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24th May '17 4:57:19 AM Fuyumoto
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'': This trope is in full play for [[spoiler: [[NiceGuy Seimei]] and [[YamatoNadeshiko Yaobikuni]]]] near the end of the plotline, but ''especially'' [[spoiler: Seimei. His composed and [[TheStoic stoic]] mannerism is completely shattered in a moment of pure ''fury'' before his battle against the BigBad [[CreateYourOwnVillain of his own making]].]]
19th May '17 10:33:15 PM GrammarNavi
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** A common trait amongst Pegasus Knights. Due to a combination of Speed and Luck that ends up being a complete GameBreaker, they tend to kill everything in sight, but an unexpected number of Pegasus Knights in the series are ShrinkingViolets. Some shining examples include the aforementioned Sumia, the sweet, naive, and innocent Tana from ''Sacred Stones'', and the kind, supportive, motherly and peace-loving princess Caeda from ''Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light'', ''Mystery of the Emblem'', and their remakes; the latter of whom is famous for being one of the most overpowered units in the franchise in ''Shadow Dragon'''s remake (albeit thanks to her exclusive weapon).

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** A common trait amongst Pegasus Knights. Due to a combination of Speed and Luck that ends up being a complete GameBreaker, they tend to kill everything in sight, but an unexpected number of Pegasus Knights in the series are ShrinkingViolets.{{Shrinking Violet}}s. Some shining examples include the aforementioned Sumia, the sweet, naive, and innocent Tana from ''Sacred Stones'', and the kind, supportive, motherly and peace-loving princess Caeda from ''Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light'', ''Mystery of the Emblem'', and their remakes; the latter of whom is famous for being one of the most overpowered units in the franchise in ''Shadow Dragon'''s remake (albeit thanks to her exclusive weapon).



* ''VideoGame/GoldenSun'' has a few nice ones to beware:

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* ''VideoGame/GoldenSun'' has a few nice ones to beware:beware:
6th May '17 1:48:45 AM tsstevens
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** Mordin Solus. DeadlyDoctor. One of the most helpful of characters. Ex Special Tasks GGroup. One of the most ruthless party members. Easily butchered a few mercenaries that attempted to attack clinic. Hung their corpses out front as a warning to anyone else who would try.

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** Mordin Solus. DeadlyDoctor. One of the most helpful of characters. Ex Special Tasks GGroup.Group. One of the most ruthless party members. Easily butchered a few mercenaries that attempted to attack clinic. Hung their corpses out front as a warning to anyone else who would try.



** Leliana again fills this role in no longer bein a retired spy/assassin, nice if cold, and considered frightening by pretty much everyone. Perhaps the Inquisitor is the only one to cow her and only after jumping through a number of hoops, cares deeply for her friends and their cause, and jokes but seriously considers MurderIsTheBestSolution to all the world's problems.

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** Leliana again fills this role in no longer bein being a retired spy/assassin, nice if cold, and considered frightening by pretty much everyone. Perhaps the Inquisitor is the only one to cow her and only after jumping through a number of hoops, cares deeply for her friends and their cause, and jokes but seriously considers MurderIsTheBestSolution to all the world's problems.
5th May '17 6:04:36 AM tsstevens
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** Mordin is [[DeadlyDoctor a doctor]] and one of the most helpful of characters, and also one of the most ruthless party members who easily butchered a few mercenaries that attempted to attack his clinic. And hung their corpses out front as a warning to anyone else who would try,

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** Mordin is [[DeadlyDoctor a doctor]] and one Solus. DeadlyDoctor. One of the most helpful of characters, and also one characters. Ex Special Tasks GGroup. One of the most ruthless party members who easily members. Easily butchered a few mercenaries that attempted to attack his clinic. And hung Hung their corpses out front as a warning to anyone else who would try,try.


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** Leliana again fills this role in no longer bein a retired spy/assassin, nice if cold, and considered frightening by pretty much everyone. Perhaps the Inquisitor is the only one to cow her and only after jumping through a number of hoops, cares deeply for her friends and their cause, and jokes but seriously considers MurderIsTheBestSolution to all the world's problems.
1st May '17 6:05:08 PM shonengirl
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** The predecessor Rock, though. Rock would be happy to while away his days as a lab assistant. When someone tries to use robots to attack people, though, he becomes ''VideoGame/MegaMan''. He will plow through their forces, [[PowerCopying take their weapons]] to become a [[MoreDakka walking arsenal]], and dismantle everything that stands between him and the threat. Lest you think HumongousMecha will faze him, fuggedaboutit.

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** The His predecessor Rock, though. A childish, rather naive RobotKid, Rock would be happy to while away his days as a lab assistant. When someone tries to use robots to attack people, though, he becomes ''VideoGame/MegaMan''. He will plow through their forces, [[PowerCopying take their weapons]] to become a [[MoreDakka walking arsenal]], and dismantle everything that stands between him and the threat. Lest you think HumongousMecha will faze him, fuggedaboutit.



** Occurs again in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn Radiant Dawn]]''. Ilyana, a weak thunder mage will try and kill you if you don't recruit her first. Mia, a nice swordgirl, is also a pretty huge BloodKnight and can easily become the most competent sword-fighter excluding [[TheHero Ike]]. In ''Radiant Dawn'', the main character is Micaiah, a nice, quiet light mage who can sacrifice her hitpoints to heal others.[[spoiler: She's also the closest thing the Goddess of Chaos has for a human embodiment.]]

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** Occurs again in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn Radiant Dawn]]''. Ilyana, a sweet weak thunder mage mage, will try and kill you if you don't recruit her first. Mia, a nice swordgirl, is also a pretty huge BloodKnight and can easily become the most competent sword-fighter excluding [[TheHero Ike]]. In ''Radiant Dawn'', the main character is Micaiah, a nice, quiet light mage who can sacrifice her hitpoints to heal others.[[spoiler: She's also the closest thing the Goddess of Chaos has for a human embodiment.]]



** Many of the [[TheHero main character Lords]] count. They are for the most part noble, kind, self-sacrificing, peace-loving men and women who would otherwise never hurt a fly and would give anything for the happiness of others, but that doesn't stop them from commanding armies and mowing down enemies by the hundreds. And the gods help you if you mess with their companions or family. One of the best examples of this include [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Lyndis]], a kindhearted, understanding woman who never hesitates to help the two other leads and her support partners out when they're going through tough times, who is also ''ruthless'' when it comes to bandits and pirates due to a past trauma involving them, and especially after promotion becomes a speeding, double-hitting, constantly critting monster; and Marth, the 16-year-old, naive, sweet, somewhat childish prince who singlehandedly makes almost the entirety of [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight the first game]] a complete and utter joke, and while not overpowered, is a rather decent unit in later installments as well.

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** Many of the [[TheHero main character Lords]] count. They are for the most part noble, kind, self-sacrificing, peace-loving men and women who would otherwise never hurt a fly and would give anything for the happiness of others, but that doesn't stop them from commanding armies and mowing down enemies by the hundreds. And the gods help you if you mess with their companions or family. One Some of the best examples of this include [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Lyndis]], a kindhearted, understanding woman who never hesitates to help the two other leads and her support partners out when they're going through tough times, who is also ''ruthless'' when it comes to bandits and pirates due to a past trauma involving them, and especially after promotion becomes a [[FragileSpeedster speeding, double-hitting, double-hitting]], constantly critting monster; and Marth, the 16-year-old, naive, sweet, somewhat childish prince who singlehandedly makes almost the entirety of [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight the first game]] [[GameBreaker a complete and utter joke, joke]], and while not overpowered, is a rather decent unit in later installments as well.
27th Apr '17 6:49:29 AM Siempie
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* Wheatley from ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''. Normally he's a rather friendly yet dim-witted robot who tries to help you escape from the lab. That is, so long as you don't call him a "Moron". Do that, and [[BerserkButton all hell breaks loose.]]

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* Wheatley from ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''. Normally he's a rather friendly yet dim-witted robot who tries to help you escape from the lab. That is, so long as you don't call him a "Moron". moron. Do that, and [[BerserkButton ''[[BerserkButton all hell hell]] [[RageBreakingPoint breaks loose.]]loose]]''.
-->'''Wheatley:''' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I!]] AM '''''NOT'''''! A '''''[[https://youtu.be/LovYNScgReY?t=7m50s MORON!]]'''''
26th Apr '17 10:06:26 AM Abodos
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** Princess Mipha in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' is the quietest and most reserved of the Champions, yet she is reported to be very skilled with a spear and is shown to pilot a HumongousMecha designed to fight Calamity Ganon.
23rd Apr '17 10:17:09 AM nombretomado
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* The Liir from ''SwordOfTheStars'' are mainly kind, understanding {{Actual Pacifist}}s. Until you piss them off. We'd call in the survivors of [[AbusivePrecursors the last race to piss off the Liir]] as witnesses to this, but none appear to be alive as the Liir wiped them off the face of the Galaxy ([[spoiler:although they appear to be back come the sequel]]). In-game, the Liir start out extremely positively towards all races except the Zuul and are very easy to placate as long as you keep the peace with them -- but if they first get annoyed enough at you to start a war, you'll never get them to back down again: They'll come at you until you or them are dead. [[spoiler:Then the sequel rolls around, and we find out that the Suul'ka, the race that conquered the Liir and pushed them to this state of mind were their own crazed elders with powerful PsychicPowers. That's right, the AbusivePrecursors that everyone lives in fear of are the Liir themselves]].

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* The Liir from ''SwordOfTheStars'' ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'' are mainly kind, understanding {{Actual Pacifist}}s. Until you piss them off. We'd call in the survivors of [[AbusivePrecursors the last race to piss off the Liir]] as witnesses to this, but none appear to be alive as the Liir wiped them off the face of the Galaxy ([[spoiler:although they appear to be back come the sequel]]). In-game, the Liir start out extremely positively towards all races except the Zuul and are very easy to placate as long as you keep the peace with them -- but if they first get annoyed enough at you to start a war, you'll never get them to back down again: They'll come at you until you or them are dead. [[spoiler:Then the sequel rolls around, and we find out that the Suul'ka, the race that conquered the Liir and pushed them to this state of mind were their own crazed elders with powerful PsychicPowers. That's right, the AbusivePrecursors that everyone lives in fear of are the Liir themselves]].
10th Apr '17 6:05:47 AM shonengirl
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** Many of the [[TheHero main character Lords]] count. They are for the most part noble, kind, self-sacrificing, peace-loving men and women who would otherwise never hurt a fly and would give anything for the happiness of others, but that doesn't stop them from commanding armies and mowing down enemies by the hundreds. And the gods help you if you mess with their companions or family. One of the best examples of this include [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Lyndis]], a kindhearted, understanding woman who never hesitates to help the two other leads and her support partners out when they're going through tough times, who is also ''ruthless'' when it comes to bandits and pirates due to a past trauma involving them, and especially after promotion becomes a speeding, double-hitting, constantly criting monster; and Marth, the 16-year-old, naive, sweet, somewhat childish prince who singlehandedly makes almost the entirety of [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight the first game]] a complete and utter joke, and while not overpowered, is a rather decent unit in later installments as well.

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** Many of the [[TheHero main character Lords]] count. They are for the most part noble, kind, self-sacrificing, peace-loving men and women who would otherwise never hurt a fly and would give anything for the happiness of others, but that doesn't stop them from commanding armies and mowing down enemies by the hundreds. And the gods help you if you mess with their companions or family. One of the best examples of this include [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Lyndis]], a kindhearted, understanding woman who never hesitates to help the two other leads and her support partners out when they're going through tough times, who is also ''ruthless'' when it comes to bandits and pirates due to a past trauma involving them, and especially after promotion becomes a speeding, double-hitting, constantly criting critting monster; and Marth, the 16-year-old, naive, sweet, somewhat childish prince who singlehandedly makes almost the entirety of [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight the first game]] a complete and utter joke, and while not overpowered, is a rather decent unit in later installments as well.
10th Apr '17 6:04:38 AM shonengirl
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** Occurs again in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiabce Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDown Radiant Dawn]]''. Ilyana, a weak thunder mage will try and kill you if you don't recruit her first. Mia, a nice swordgirl, is also a pretty huge BloodKnight and can easily become the most competent sword-fighter excluding [[TheHero Ike]]. In ''Radiant Dawn'', the main character is Micaiah, a nice, quiet light mage who can sacrifice her hitpoints to heal others.[[spoiler: She's also the closest thing the Goddess of Chaos has for a human embodiment.]]

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** Occurs again in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiabce ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance Path of Radiance]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDown ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn Radiant Dawn]]''. Ilyana, a weak thunder mage will try and kill you if you don't recruit her first. Mia, a nice swordgirl, is also a pretty huge BloodKnight and can easily become the most competent sword-fighter excluding [[TheHero Ike]]. In ''Radiant Dawn'', the main character is Micaiah, a nice, quiet light mage who can sacrifice her hitpoints to heal others.[[spoiler: She's also the closest thing the Goddess of Chaos has for a human embodiment.]]



** Many of the [[TheHero main character Lords]] count. They are for the most part noble, kind, self-sacrificing, peace-loving men and women who would otherwise never hurt a fly and would give anything for the happiness of others, but that doesn't stop them from commanding armies and mowing down enemies by the hundreds. And the gods help you if you mess with their companions or family. One of the best examples of this include [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Lyndis]], a kindhearted, understanding woman who never hesitates to help the two other leads and her support partners out when they're going through tough times, who is also ''ruthless'' when it comes to bandits and pirates due to a past trauma involving them, and especially after promotion becomes a speeding, double-hitting, constantly criting monster; and Marth, the 16-year-old, naive, sweet, somewhat childish prince who singlehandedly makes almost all of [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight the first game]] a complete and utter joke, and while not overpowered, is a rather decent unit in later installments as well.

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** Many of the [[TheHero main character Lords]] count. They are for the most part noble, kind, self-sacrificing, peace-loving men and women who would otherwise never hurt a fly and would give anything for the happiness of others, but that doesn't stop them from commanding armies and mowing down enemies by the hundreds. And the gods help you if you mess with their companions or family. One of the best examples of this include [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade Lyndis]], a kindhearted, understanding woman who never hesitates to help the two other leads and her support partners out when they're going through tough times, who is also ''ruthless'' when it comes to bandits and pirates due to a past trauma involving them, and especially after promotion becomes a speeding, double-hitting, constantly criting monster; and Marth, the 16-year-old, naive, sweet, somewhat childish prince who singlehandedly makes almost all the entirety of [[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight the first game]] a complete and utter joke, and while not overpowered, is a rather decent unit in later installments as well.



** A common trait amongst Pegasus Knights. Due to a combination of Speed and Luck that ends up being a complete GameBreaker, they tend to kill everything in sight, but an unexpected number of Pegasus Knights in the series are ShrinkingViolets. Some shining examples include the aforementioned Sumia, the sweet, naive, and innocent Tana from ''Sacred Stones'', and the kind, supportive, motherly and peace-loving princess Caeda from ''Shadow Dragon'', ''Mystery of the Emblem'', and their remakes; the latter of whom is famous for being one of the most overpowered units in the franchise (albeit thanks to her exclusive weapon).

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** A common trait amongst Pegasus Knights. Due to a combination of Speed and Luck that ends up being a complete GameBreaker, they tend to kill everything in sight, but an unexpected number of Pegasus Knights in the series are ShrinkingViolets. Some shining examples include the aforementioned Sumia, the sweet, naive, and innocent Tana from ''Sacred Stones'', and the kind, supportive, motherly and peace-loving princess Caeda from ''Shadow Dragon'', Dragon and the Blade of Light'', ''Mystery of the Emblem'', and their remakes; the latter of whom is famous for being one of the most overpowered units in the franchise in ''Shadow Dragon'''s remake (albeit thanks to her exclusive weapon).
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