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29th Jul '17 2:59:58 AM MummyGaGa
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*** Like Naoto, Makoto has a pretty serious personality, but she shows shades of this as well. During the Madarame arc (as well as the start of the Kaneshiro arc), she started following Joker around with a manga magazine that she obviously isn't reading. She is shown to scared of some "spooky" things as when the Phantom Thieves broke into the Sakura house, [[https://www.youtube.com/v/tnCFZmD0Bdg?autoplay=1&start=3289&end=3495&controls=1&version=3 this happens]]. Even in battle, one of her three possible quotes at the end of her All-Out-Attack is her shouting "FIST OF JUSTICE!" in a hilariously hammy manner.

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*** Like Naoto, Makoto has a pretty serious personality, but she shows shades of this as well. During the Madarame arc (as well as the start of the Kaneshiro arc), she started following Joker around with a manga magazine that she obviously isn't reading. She is also shown to be [[GirlsAreReallyScaredOfHorrorMovies scared of some "spooky" things things]] as when the Phantom Thieves broke into the Sakura house, [[https://www.youtube.com/v/tnCFZmD0Bdg?autoplay=1&start=3289&end=3495&controls=1&version=3 this happens]]. Even in battle, one of her three possible quotes at the end of her All-Out-Attack is her shouting "FIST OF JUSTICE!" in a hilariously hammy manner.
29th Jul '17 2:58:09 AM MummyGaGa
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*** Like Naoto, Makoto has a pretty serious personality, but she shows shades of this as well. During the Madarame arc (as well as the start of the Kaneshiro arc), she started following Joker around with a manga magazine that she obviously isn't reading. She is shown to scared of some "spooky" things as when the Phantom Thieves broke into the Sakura house, [[http://www.youtubecutter.com/watch/5c6455fa/ this happens]]. Even in battle, one of her three possible quotes at the end of her All-Out-Attack is her shouting "FIST OF JUSTICE!" in a hilariously hammy manner.

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*** Like Naoto, Makoto has a pretty serious personality, but she shows shades of this as well. During the Madarame arc (as well as the start of the Kaneshiro arc), she started following Joker around with a manga magazine that she obviously isn't reading. She is shown to scared of some "spooky" things as when the Phantom Thieves broke into the Sakura house, [[http://www.youtubecutter.com/watch/5c6455fa/ [[https://www.youtube.com/v/tnCFZmD0Bdg?autoplay=1&start=3289&end=3495&controls=1&version=3 this happens]]. Even in battle, one of her three possible quotes at the end of her All-Out-Attack is her shouting "FIST OF JUSTICE!" in a hilariously hammy manner.
29th Jul '17 2:52:22 AM MummyGaGa
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** From ''VideoGame/Persona5''
*** As a recovering shut-in, Futaba is very [[NoSocialSkills socially awkward]] and a bit of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}} to the point where it became endearing. She is also a huge fan of video games, and makes a bunch of references to them. She gets especially adorable should the player romance her, as once Joker confesses his love to her, she gets incredibly flustered around him, to the point that she completely shuts down for a good eight to nine text boxes.
*** Haru's introduction as a [[UnknownRival "rival thief"]] to the Phantom Thieves is full of it. She actually gets stage fright during her first encounter with them because she hadn't yet thought of a code name for herself and couldn't remember the script she'd prepared with Morgana beforehand.
*** Like Naoto, Makoto has a pretty serious personality, but she shows shades of this as well. During the Madarame arc (as well as the start of the Kaneshiro arc), she started following Joker around with a manga magazine that she obviously isn't reading. She is shown to scared of some "spooky" things as when the Phantom Thieves broke into the Sakura house, [[http://www.youtubecutter.com/watch/5c6455fa/ this happens]]. Even in battle, one of her three possible quotes at the end of her All-Out-Attack is her shouting "FIST OF JUSTICE!" in a hilariously hammy manner.
*** Ryuji tends to get overexcited when talking about upcoming plans for the Phantom Thieves. Ann plays the StraightMan during these moments and shuts him up before he starts yelling about being wanted criminals in public.
29th Jul '17 2:24:50 AM XFllo
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** A vast majority of the Phantom Thieves from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' ended up having shades of it.
28th Jul '17 11:47:52 PM MummyGaGa
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** A vast majority of the Phantom Thieves from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' ended up having shades of it.
30th May '17 7:07:51 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Theodore, Igor's male assistant in the PSP version (if you play as the female protagonist) is smooth and calm in the Velvet Room, but if you take him out to explore the human world, he quickly shows himself to be this, with his FishOutOfWater tendencies and his childlike wonder and uncertainty about the ways of the human world (to say nothing of him being SarcasmBlind).

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** *** Theodore, Igor's male assistant in the PSP version (if you play as the female protagonist) is smooth and calm in the Velvet Room, but if you take him out to explore the human world, he quickly shows himself to be this, with his FishOutOfWater tendencies and his childlike wonder and uncertainty about the ways of the human world (to say nothing of him being SarcasmBlind).
30th May '17 7:07:14 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* [[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':

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* [[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
30th May '17 7:06:42 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** There's [[TheStoic Lon'qu]] from ''Awakening'', who is a total badass on the battlefield and turns into a stuttering mess whenever he's near a woman.
** "[[CoolMask Marth]]!" [[spoiler:[=/=] Lucina]], who is a ''complete'' badass [[OneManArmy capable of solo'ing entire chapters]] but turns into a socially-awkward wreck of pure huggability when put into any kind of social situation.
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'', SociallyAwkwardHero Chrom tends to become a shy, nervous, adorkable mess during his romantic supports. He ''cannot'' keep his foot out of his mouth around women (especially [[PlayerCharacter Robin]]).
** Stahl from ''Awakening'' is adorkable due to his [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy ridiculously average]] NiceGuy nature (albiet one with [[BigEater a monstrous appetite]]).
** ''Awakening'' also gives us [[spoiler: Priam, the descendant of the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Hero of the Blue Flames]]]]. Of course, he's a massive badass with a great skill set, but when he starts developing feelings for a Female Robin, he starts [[LuminescentBlush blushing like mad]] and even yells "HUZZAH!" when she returns his feelings.
** [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Canas]] has everything it needs. [[NerdGlasses Nerdy monocle?]] Check. [[NoSocialSkills Talks too much with awkward pauses and casual stuttering]]? Check. Cute VerbalTic? Check (Says "Ah/Oh" before any sentence). [[{{Moe}} Overly polite and smiles all the time?]] Check.[[http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20080707162200/fireemblem/images/4/44/Canas.jpg Official artwork]] as TheKlutz? [[OverlyLongGag Check check check...]]
** Soren in ''Fire Emblem: Path Of Radiance'' if the player bothers to dig up his back story to go along with his personality.
** Erk from the seventh game is Adorkable combined with SugarAndIcePersonality
** Azel from the fourth game.
** Takumi and Leo from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblem Fates]]'' are both strong contenders. While they each try to project an aura of maturity, they are actually quite dorky. Takumi turns into a stuttering mess during his supports with [[spoiler:[[MsFanservice Camilla]]]], clearly shows his fear of the Faceless over his vehement denials, and is generally easy to fluster with compliments. Despite his perfectionist tendencies, Leo has the odd habit of accidentally wearing his clothes inside out and completely freaks out when it is brought up. In his attempts to have his older siblings praise him, he also often comes off as a starving puppy.
** Corrin from the same game. While he/she has a great amount of skill and charisma as a warrior, s/he's ''so'' socially inept but ''so'' well-meaning it comes across as endearing. And then you have him/her S-support someone and watch him/her either a) fluster his/her way through a confession or b) get extraordinary flustered by their confession.

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
''VideoGame/FireEmblem'':
** There's [[TheStoic Lon'qu]] Azelle from ''Awakening'', who ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'' is a total badass on the battlefield cute and turns into a stuttering mess whenever he's near a woman.
shy.
** "[[CoolMask Marth]]!" [[spoiler:[=/=] Lucina]], who is a ''complete'' badass [[OneManArmy capable of solo'ing entire chapters]] but turns into a socially-awkward wreck of pure huggability when put into any kind of social situation.
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'', SociallyAwkwardHero Chrom tends to become a shy, nervous, adorkable mess during his romantic supports. He ''cannot'' keep his foot out of his mouth around women (especially [[PlayerCharacter Robin]]).
** Stahl from ''Awakening'' is adorkable due to his [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy ridiculously average]] NiceGuy nature (albiet one with [[BigEater a monstrous appetite]]).
** ''Awakening'' also gives us [[spoiler: Priam, the descendant of the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Hero of the Blue Flames]]]]. Of course, he's a massive badass with a great skill set, but when he starts developing feelings for a Female Robin, he starts [[LuminescentBlush blushing like mad]] and even yells "HUZZAH!" when she returns his feelings.
** [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Canas]]
''FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'':
*** Canas
has everything it the trope needs. [[NerdGlasses Nerdy monocle?]] Check. [[NoSocialSkills Talks too much with awkward pauses and casual stuttering]]? Check. Cute VerbalTic? Check (Says "Ah/Oh" before any sentence). [[{{Moe}} Overly polite and smiles all the time?]] Check.[[http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20080707162200/fireemblem/images/4/44/Canas.jpg Official artwork]] as TheKlutz? [[OverlyLongGag Check check check...]]
*** Erk's SugarAndIcePersonality results in a lot of cuteness whenever his solemn and taciturn demeanor cracks.
** Soren in ''Fire Emblem: Path Of Radiance'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance'' if the player bothers to dig up his back story to go along with his personality.
** Erk from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'':
*** There's [[TheStoic Lon'qu]], who is a total badass on
the seventh game battlefield and turns into a stuttering mess whenever he's near a woman.
*** "[[CoolMask Marth]]!" [[spoiler:[=/=] Lucina]], who
is Adorkable combined a ''complete'' badass [[OneManArmy capable of solo'ing entire chapters]] but turns into a socially-awkward wreck of pure huggability when put into any kind of social situation.
*** SociallyAwkwardHero Chrom tends to become a shy, nervous, adorkable mess during his romantic supports. He ''cannot'' keep his foot out of his mouth around women (especially [[PlayerCharacter Robin]]).
*** Stahl is adorkable due to his [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy ridiculously average]] NiceGuy nature (albiet one
with SugarAndIcePersonality
** Azel from
[[BigEater a monstrous appetite]]).
*** There's also [[spoiler: Priam,
the fourth game.
**
descendant of the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Hero of the Blue Flames]]]]. Of course, he's a massive badass with a great skill set, but when he starts developing feelings for a Female Robin, he starts [[LuminescentBlush blushing like mad]] and even yells "HUZZAH!" when she returns his feelings.
*** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'':
***
Takumi and Leo from ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblem Fates]]'' are both strong contenders. While they each try to project an aura of maturity, they are actually quite dorky. Takumi turns into a stuttering mess during his supports with [[spoiler:[[MsFanservice Camilla]]]], clearly shows his fear of the Faceless over his vehement denials, and is generally easy to fluster with compliments. Despite his perfectionist tendencies, Leo has the odd habit of accidentally wearing his clothes inside out and completely freaks out when it is brought up. In his attempts to have his older siblings praise him, he also often comes off as a starving puppy.
** Corrin from the same game.*** Our protagonist Corrin. While he/she has a great amount of skill and charisma as a warrior, s/he's ''so'' socially inept but ''so'' well-meaning it comes across as endearing. And then you have him/her S-support someone and watch him/her either a) fluster his/her way through a confession or b) get extraordinary flustered by their confession.



* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'':
** This is the common reaction to Naoto Shirogane despite (or because of) the fact that she is a girl. Normally speaks in a very mature and intellectual fashion, but can start gushing over anything that relates to her interests in detective novels, solving mysteries, action figures and tokatsu shows; her own Dungeon in the TV World is noted as looking like something out of a sentai or tokatsu series, her Shadow appears as a sentai-ish half-cyborg, and even her Personas have that sort of motif. She also gets very easily flustered in social situations, and really gets shy if the player takes her romance path.
** Though she normally comes off as a straight-up martial arts loving BigEater {{tomboy}}, Chie Satonaka is pretty adorkable as well as you pursue her Social Link and [[TomboyWithAGirlyStreak discover her more feminine traits]]. She breaks down and starts awkwardly crying in the middle of Junes after Yosuke and the protagonist's second expedition to the TV World, she freaks out when Nanako chirps that there's a grasshopper on Chie's back, and she gets very shy and prone to blabbering during her romance scenes.
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'':
** Unexpectedly, Akihiko Sanada - who initially comes across as a cool, self-assured upperclassman and is the most sought-after boy at Gekkoukan High School - turns out to be ''completely'' adorkable when it comes to actually interacting with girls outside of SEES. The PSP re-release turns it UpToEleven by making him a possible love interest for the female protagonist.
** Shinjiro Aragaki, of all people, also turns out to have a bit of this going on thanks to a hidden love of animals and cooking shows, though he's more a gruffly SugarAndIcePersonality than outright dorky. Again, it's played up in the PSP version thanks to his Social Link in the female main character's route.
** Theodore, Igor's male assistant in the PSP version (if you play as the female protagonist) is smooth and calm in the Velvet Room, but if you take him out to explore the human world, he quickly shows himself to be this, with his FishOutOfWater tendencies and his childlike wonder and uncertainty about the ways of the human world (to say nothing of his being SarcasmBlind).
* Katsuya Suou from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'': ''Eternal Punishment'' is a cop who wonders if the penal code applies to demons, and ''he will even interrogate them as a contact option!'' Her also has a HUGE crush on [[spoiler: Maya Amano]], and because he's got a crippling case of CannotSpitItOut, he calls her [[spoiler: Ms. Amano]], even towards the end of the game.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'':
[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** Katsuya Suou from ''VideoGame/Persona2'': ''Eternal Punishment'' is a cop who wonders if the penal code applies to demons, and ''he will even interrogate them as a contact option!'' Her also has a HUGE crush on [[spoiler: Maya Amano]], and because he's got a crippling case of CannotSpitItOut, he calls her [[spoiler: Ms. Amano]], even towards the end of the game.
** ''VideoGame/Persona3'':
*** Unexpectedly, Akihiko Sanada - who initially comes across as a cool, self-assured upperclassman and is the most sought-after boy at Gekkoukan High School - turns out to be ''completely'' adorkable when it comes to actually interacting with girls outside of SEES. The PSP re-release turns it UpToEleven by making him a possible love interest for the female protagonist.
*** Shinjiro Aragaki, of all people, also turns out to have a bit of this going on thanks to a hidden love of animals and cooking shows, though he's more a gruffly SugarAndIcePersonality than outright dorky. Again, it's played up in the PSP version thanks to his Social Link in the female main character's route.
** Theodore, Igor's male assistant in the PSP version (if you play as the female protagonist) is smooth and calm in the Velvet Room, but if you take him out to explore the human world, he quickly shows himself to be this, with his FishOutOfWater tendencies and his childlike wonder and uncertainty about the ways of the human world (to say nothing of him being SarcasmBlind).
** ''VideoGame/Persona4'':
***
This is the common reaction to Naoto Shirogane despite (or because of) the fact that she is a girl. Normally speaks in a very mature and intellectual fashion, but can start gushing over anything that relates to her interests in detective novels, solving mysteries, action figures and tokatsu shows; her own Dungeon in the TV World is noted as looking like something out of a sentai or tokatsu series, her Shadow appears as a sentai-ish half-cyborg, and even her Personas have that sort of motif. She also gets very easily flustered in social situations, and really gets shy if the player takes her romance path.
** *** Though she normally comes off as a straight-up martial arts loving BigEater {{tomboy}}, Chie Satonaka is pretty adorkable as well as you pursue her Social Link and [[TomboyWithAGirlyStreak discover her more feminine traits]]. She breaks down and starts awkwardly crying in the middle of Junes after Yosuke and the protagonist's second expedition to the TV World, she freaks out when Nanako chirps that there's a grasshopper on Chie's back, and she gets very shy and prone to blabbering during her romance scenes.
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'':
** Unexpectedly, Akihiko Sanada - who initially comes across as a cool, self-assured upperclassman and is the most sought-after boy at Gekkoukan High School - turns out to be ''completely'' adorkable when it comes to actually interacting with girls outside of SEES. The PSP re-release turns it UpToEleven by making him a possible love interest for the female protagonist.
** Shinjiro Aragaki, of all people, also turns out to have a bit of this going on thanks to a hidden love of animals and cooking shows, though he's more a gruffly SugarAndIcePersonality than outright dorky. Again, it's played up in the PSP version thanks to his Social Link in the female main character's route.
** Theodore, Igor's male assistant in the PSP version (if you play as the female protagonist) is smooth and calm in the Velvet Room, but if you take him out to explore the human world, he quickly shows himself to be this, with his FishOutOfWater tendencies and his childlike wonder and uncertainty about the ways of the human world (to say nothing of his being SarcasmBlind).
* Katsuya Suou from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'': ''Eternal Punishment'' is a cop who wonders if the penal code applies to demons, and ''he will even interrogate them as a contact option!'' Her also has a HUGE crush on [[spoiler: Maya Amano]], and because he's got a crippling case of CannotSpitItOut, he calls her [[spoiler: Ms. Amano]], even towards the end of the game.
scenes.
13th May '17 1:25:24 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'', the original and Legend series incarnations. The original Spyro was [[MouthyKid headstrong and arrogant]]; despite being the [[KidAppealCharacter youngest and littlest]] dragon in the Dragon Realms, which made him a lovable KidHero. The [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro Legend series]] Spyro became even more adorkable from being voiced by Creator/ElijahWood. He was a sweet, intelligent dragon who was always willing to help anyone.[[spoiler: And this is despite learning about where he truly came from and who he truly is -- TheChosenOne. He is suddenly told that he is a rare purple dragon and it is his destiny to save the entire world! On such short notice as well, considering he just learned he was [[LastOfHisKind one of the only dragons left]] and was actually [[HappilyAdopted adopted by dragonflies!]] ]]

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* ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'', the ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'':
** The title character, in both
original and Legend series incarnations. The original Spyro was [[MouthyKid headstrong and arrogant]]; despite being the [[KidAppealCharacter youngest and littlest]] dragon in the Dragon Realms, which made him a lovable KidHero. The [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro Legend series]] Spyro became even more adorkable from being voiced by Creator/ElijahWood. He was a sweet, intelligent dragon who was always willing to help anyone.[[spoiler: And this is despite learning about where he truly came from and who he truly is -- TheChosenOne. He is suddenly told that he is a rare purple dragon and it is his destiny to save the entire world! On such short notice as well, considering he just learned he was [[LastOfHisKind one of the only dragons left]] and was actually [[HappilyAdopted adopted by dragonflies!]] ]]]]
** Bianca the bunny, who starts out as the BigBad's #2 lackey. Watching her try to act threatening in spite of her obviously meek, clumsy nature is more cute and funny than anything else. Naturally, this gets her [[MinionWithAnFInEvil a failing grade in Evil]], but makes it that much easier for her to pull a HeelFaceTurn when she realizes just ''how'' bad her boss actually is.
29th Apr '17 5:04:20 PM nombretomado
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* Hikami Itaru from ''TokimekiMemorial Girl's Side 2'', an intelligent, hard-working, glasses-wearing stickler for the rules who is quite a bit awkward when it comes to girls. If there was ever any doubt, he earns this role in an early CG when the protagonist comes across him wearing a ''very'' dorky looking helmet. When she asks, he simply says that it's part of the school rules to wear them and seems confused by the very question.

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* Hikami Itaru from ''TokimekiMemorial Girl's Side ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorialGirlsSide 2'', an intelligent, hard-working, glasses-wearing stickler for the rules who is quite a bit awkward when it comes to girls. If there was ever any doubt, he earns this role in an early CG when the protagonist comes across him wearing a ''very'' dorky looking helmet. When she asks, he simply says that it's part of the school rules to wear them and seems confused by the very question.
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