History Characters / AmericanDragonJakeLong

19th Jul '17 4:06:47 PM Fudogg2
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* ArchEnemy: Often regarded as Jake's but is actually more Lao-Shi's.

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* ArchEnemy: Often regarded As the #1 threat of the Magical World, he could be seen as Jake's but is actually this to all magical creatures. On a more Lao-Shi's.personal level, he's this for Lao-Shi, as Lao-Shi defeated him in the past.
18th Jul '17 11:06:05 AM Fudogg2
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%%* StarCrossedLovers: With Jake.

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%%* * StarCrossedLovers: With Jake.Jake. Even by the end of the series, despite Rose [[spoiler: remembering Jake]] and last being seen having a nice moment with him, there are still obstacles making it difficult for them to truly have their happily ever after.
17th Jul '17 9:11:42 PM Fudogg2
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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: "Hero of the Hourglass" shows that he is not above prejudice against humans, seeing as he didn't approve of Susan dating Jonathan because, you guessed it, he's human. Granted, he does come around after he sees Jonathan standing up to the Huntsclan.



* AntiVillain: Played with throughout the series. In season one, she's generally portrayed as a straight villain in her Huntsgirl persona. It's not until season two, after her HeelFaceTurn, that the show gives her the tragic backstory of [[spoiler: being kidnapped at birth]] to retroactively make her fit this trope. In addition, there are individual episodes in season two where she plays the role of a sympathetic antagonist: "The Love Cruise", where she tries to kill Jake because Jake shooting her with one of Cupid's love arrows has made her [[NotHimself not herself]] and "Homecoming", where she betrays Jake because she's being blackmailed, only to [[spoiler: be revealed to be GoodAllAlong at the end]].

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* AntiVillain: Played with throughout the series. In season one, she's generally portrayed as a straight villain in her Huntsgirl persona.persona, with it being through knowing her as Rose that makes Jake think there's good in her. It's not until season two, after her HeelFaceTurn, that the show gives her the tragic backstory of [[spoiler: being kidnapped at birth]] to retroactively make her fit this trope. In addition, there are individual episodes in season two where she plays the role of a sympathetic antagonist: "The Love Cruise", where she tries to kill Jake because Jake shooting her with one of Cupid's love arrows has made her [[NotHimself not herself]] and "Homecoming", where she betrays Jake because she's being blackmailed, only to [[spoiler: be revealed to be GoodAllAlong at the end]].



* HeelFaceTurn: Learning that Jake is the American Dragon is enough to show her that what she was taught about magical creatures was wrong, prompting her to do this.

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* HeelFaceTurn: Learning that Jake is the American Dragon is [[HeelRealization enough to show her that what she was taught about magical creatures was wrong, wrong]], prompting her to do this.
3rd Jul '17 6:40:06 PM Fudogg2
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* OneManArmy: In "Hong Kong Longs", he singlehandedly curbstomps all the dragons of the world.
3rd Jul '17 6:37:31 PM Fudogg2
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* ActionGirl

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* ActionGirlActionGirl: Girl has serious skills. If the scene where she curbstomps the Huntsclan members who confront her on the Huntsman's orders in "Homecoming" and her alone giving the Dark Dragon a run for his money in "Hong Kong Longs" are any indication, she may even be a borderline OneManArmy.


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* {{Tykebomb}}: The Huntsman raised and trained her from a young age to slay magical creatures.
2nd Jul '17 8:34:47 PM Fudogg2
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* CustomUniform: Her Season One Huntsclan uniform. In contrast, season two averts this, giving her a standard apprentice uniform.

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* CustomUniform: Her Season One season one Huntsclan uniform. In contrast, season two averts this, giving her a standard apprentice uniform.
2nd Jul '17 7:19:40 PM Fudogg2
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* DeaderThanDead: [[spoiler: Killed with an irreversible wish that completely wipes him from the face of the earth. Really driven home by how, after Jake wishes that Rose was never kidnapped at birth by the Huntsclan--which should mean that Rose was never there to wish for the destruction of the Huntsclan--he's still gone]].
2nd Jul '17 5:34:37 PM Fudogg2
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* AdultFear: [[spoiler: Having one of your daughters kidnapped right after her birth, with you unable to do anything to help her has got to be rough]].
2nd Jul '17 5:29:08 PM Fudogg2
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* TermsOfEndangerment: In season one, she has a tendency to refer to Jake as "dragon boy". After learning that Jake is the American Dragon and undergoing her HeelFaceTurn, she stops doing this.


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* WouldHurtAChild: There's the fact that, under his leadership, the Huntsclan Academy punishes its students by forcing them to fight a kraken, for one. Also, when he was about to use the Aztec Skulls to kill all magical creatures in "Homecoming", one of the dragons present and being restrained was an 8 year old girl.
2nd Jul '17 10:02:05 AM Eagal
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* CaptainErsatz: Of Harry Potter.
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