History Characters / StarFox

23rd Jun '16 7:59:20 PM Chytus
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* {{Badbutt}}: The way they appeared in [[Videogame/StarFox64 Star Fox 64]] as opposed to earlier games. [[{{Bowdlerise}} Especially in English,]] they are far more [[DenserAndWackier silly]] than their former portrayal, resulting in a lot of GoshDangItToHeck and {{Narm}}.

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* {{Badbutt}}: The way they appeared in [[Videogame/StarFox64 Star Fox 64]] as opposed to earlier games. [[{{Bowdlerise}} Especially in English,]] they are far more [[DenserAndWackier silly]] than their former portrayal, resulting in a lot of GoshDangItToHeck and {{Narm}}.GoshDangItToHeck.



Fox's father and the founder of the Star Fox team. He was betrayed by Pigma and killed by Andross. [[spoiler:Or was he?]]

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Fox's father and the founder of the Star Fox team. He was betrayed by Pigma and killed by Andross. [[spoiler:Or was he?]]
Andross.



* {{Badbutt}}: Much like the Star Fox team, the [[{{Bowdlerise}} English voice actors]] portrayed them in a very [[{{Narm}} narmy]] and [[DenserAndWackier silly]] fashion in ''[[Videogame/StarFox64 Star Fox 64]]'' as opposed to their original characterizations.

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* {{Badbutt}}: Much like the Star Fox team, the [[{{Bowdlerise}} English voice actors]] portrayed them in a very [[{{Narm}} narmy]] and [[DenserAndWackier silly]] fashion in ''[[Videogame/StarFox64 Star Fox 64]]'' as opposed to their original characterizations.



* LightningBruiser

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* %%* LightningBruiser



* ShoutOut: His last name is a reference to one of the bounty hunters in TheEmpireStrikesBack.

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* ShoutOut: His last name is a reference to one of the bounty hunters in TheEmpireStrikesBack.''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack.''



The peacekeeping Cornerian commander-in-chief in almost every ''Star Fox'' game. He contacts the team before each mission. [[spoiler:In ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Assault]]'', his flagship was assimiliated by aparoids with him in it, making him the boss of the Corneria stage.]] When he retired in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', Peppy Hare took his place.

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The peacekeeping Cornerian commander-in-chief in almost every ''Star Fox'' game. He contacts the team before each mission. [[spoiler:In ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Assault]]'', his flagship was assimiliated by aparoids with him in it, making him the boss of the Corneria stage.]] When he retired in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', Peppy Hare took his place.



Fara Phoenix first appeared in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic series]] for the [[VideoGame/StarFox1 first game]]. She also appeared in an early beta for the unreleased ''[[VideoGame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2]]'' as a playable character. Before the ContinuityReboot, she was Fox McCloud's love interest.

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Fara Phoenix first appeared in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic series]] for the [[VideoGame/StarFox1 first game]]. She also appeared in an early beta for the unreleased ''[[VideoGame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2]]'' as a playable character. Before the ContinuityReboot, she was Fox McCloud's [=McCloud's=] love interest.



* [[spoiler:DeathByAdaptation: Originally, he appeared to have survived the Lylat Wars. In ''Zero'', one route has him apparently killed on Corneria.]]

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* [[spoiler:DeathByAdaptation: Originally, DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler:Originally, he appeared to have survived the Lylat Wars. In ''Zero'', one route has him apparently killed on Corneria.]]



* [[LastOfHisKind Last of her Kind]]: Krystal is the SoleSurvivor of Cerinia's destruction.

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* [[LastOfHisKind Last of her Kind]]: LastOfHisKind: Krystal is the SoleSurvivor of Cerinia's destruction.



Head of the [=SharpClaw=] tribe of dinosaurs on Dinosaur Planet (later Sauria), he is a warlord in the midst of conquering Sauria for his own -- and has even managed to shatter the planet into pieces by removing its [=SpellStones=]. He is the BigBad of ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''. [[spoiler:Or Is He? He's actually being manipulated by Andross into channeling Krystal's life force with the Krazoa Spirits of the planet in a bid to revive himself as a PhysicalGod.]]

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Head of the [=SharpClaw=] tribe of dinosaurs on Dinosaur Planet (later Sauria), he is a warlord in the midst of conquering Sauria for his own -- and has even managed to shatter the planet into pieces by removing its [=SpellStones=]. He is the BigBad of ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''. [[spoiler:Or Is He? He's actually being manipulated by Andross into channeling Krystal's life force with the Krazoa Spirits of the planet in a bid to revive himself as a PhysicalGod.]]



* ParentalAbandonment and DaddysGirl: Vivian [[MissingMom died]] before Lucy reached adulthood, so Lucy only has her father Peppy.

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* ParentalAbandonment and DaddysGirl: ParentalAbandonment: Vivian [[MissingMom died]] before Lucy reached adulthood, so Lucy only has her father Peppy.
23rd Jun '16 7:19:27 PM Chytus
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* EmotionSuppression: Whenever he's fighting in his Arwing, [[HeroicSafeMode Fox is remarkably calm, even under the most extreme circumstances.]] This is especially apparent in ''[[VideoGame/StarFox64]]'', where Fox speaks purely for mission-critical reasons while everyone else is [[ComicalOverreacting reacting to the carnage in the most exaggerated fashion possible.]]

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* EmotionSuppression: Whenever he's fighting in his Arwing, [[HeroicSafeMode Fox is remarkably calm, even under the most extreme circumstances.]] This is especially apparent in ''[[VideoGame/StarFox64]]'', ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', where Fox speaks purely for mission-critical reasons while everyone else is [[ComicalOverreacting reacting to the carnage in the most exaggerated fashion possible.]]



* TechnicolorEyes: Fox was shown having brown eyes in the title screen of the original ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'', then blue eyes in the Itoh comic (though inconsistently green or blue in the first chapter), in ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', and in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee''. Since ''[[FarewellBelovedFalco Farewell]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'', Fox has had green eyes, which he's had ever since, except for one promotional ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Assault]]'' artwork where he appears to have ''both'' blue and green eyes (fading from one color to the other in the same iris, no less!). But since the green eyes became fixed, they have usually been some of the nicest hue of green imaginable. Green eyes of course exist in reality, but it's not often you see someone with such a penetrating emerald color.
* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances. [[SubvertedTrope Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] This was done because ''Star Fox Adventures'' [[DolledUpInstallment was never intended to be a Star Fox game in the first place,]] and they [[AssPull needed an excuse]] for Fox to use a MagicStaff as a weapon, instead of his [[WalkingArsenal arsenal of advanced weapons.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.

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* TechnicolorEyes: Fox was shown having brown eyes in the title screen of the original ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'', then blue eyes in the Itoh comic (though inconsistently green or blue in the first chapter), in ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', and in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee''. Since ''[[FarewellBelovedFalco ''[[Manga/FarewellBelovedFalco Farewell]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'', Fox has had green eyes, which he's had ever since, except for one promotional ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Assault]]'' artwork where he appears to have ''both'' blue and green eyes (fading from one color to the other in the same iris, no less!). But since the green eyes became fixed, they have usually been some of the nicest hue of green imaginable. Green eyes of course exist in reality, but it's not often you see someone with such a penetrating emerald color.
* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' Some dialogue in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'' implies that he's like this (specifically General Pepper expressly forbids Fox forbidding him from taking a blaster to his first Sauria to prevent him from just mission and shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances. [[SubvertedTrope Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] This was done because ''Star Fox Adventures'' [[DolledUpInstallment was never intended to be a Star Fox game in the first place,]] and they [[AssPull needed circumstances), but so far it's been an excuse]] for Fox to use a MagicStaff as a weapon, instead of his [[WalkingArsenal arsenal of advanced weapons.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.
InformedAttribute.
23rd Jun '16 4:28:46 PM MarkWilder
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* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances.

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* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances.
circumstances. [[SubvertedTrope Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] This was done because ''Star Fox Adventures'' [[DolledUpInstallment was never intended to be a Star Fox game in the first place,]] and they [[AssPull needed an excuse]] for Fox to use a MagicStaff as a weapon, instead of his [[WalkingArsenal arsenal of advanced weapons.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.
23rd Jun '16 1:48:17 PM MyFinalEdits
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* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances. [[SubvertedTrope Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] This was done because ''Star Fox Adventures'' [[DolledUpInstallment was never intended to be a Star Fox game in the first place,]] and they [[AssPull needed an excuse]] for Fox to use a MagicStaff as a weapon, instead of his [[WalkingArsenal arsenal of advanced weapons.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.

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* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances. [[SubvertedTrope Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] This was done because ''Star Fox Adventures'' [[DolledUpInstallment was never intended to be a Star Fox game in the first place,]] and they [[AssPull needed an excuse]] for Fox to use a MagicStaff as a weapon, instead of his [[WalkingArsenal arsenal of advanced weapons.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.
circumstances.
23rd Jun '16 12:07:28 PM MarkWilder
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* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances. [[AssPull Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.

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* TriggerHappy: In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to Sauria to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances. [[AssPull [[SubvertedTrope Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] This was done because ''Star Fox Adventures'' [[DolledUpInstallment was never intended to be a Star Fox game in the first place,]] and they [[AssPull needed an excuse]] for Fox to use a MagicStaff as a weapon, instead of his [[WalkingArsenal arsenal of advanced weapons.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.
23rd Jun '16 11:57:25 AM MarkWilder
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* EmotionSuppression: Whenever he's fighting in his Arwing, [[HeroicSafeMode Fox is remarkably calm, even under the most extreme circumstances.]] This is especially apparent in ''[[VideoGame/StarFox64]]'', where Fox speaks purely for mission-critical reasons while everyone else is [[ComicalOverreacting reacting to the carnage in the most exaggerated fashion possible.]]



* TriggerHappy: Some dialogue in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'' implies that he's like this (specifically General Pepper forbidding him from taking a blaster to his first Sauria mission and shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances), but so far it's been an InformedAttribute.

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* TriggerHappy: Some dialogue in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'' implies that he's like this (specifically In ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'' General Pepper forbidding him expressly forbids Fox from taking a blaster to his first Sauria mission and to prevent him from just shooting everything in sight to solve his problems, requiring him to find a different, yet suitable weapon for the circumstances), but so far it's been circumstances. [[AssPull Fox has never demonstrated this tendency on any occasion.]] Luckily, this is an InformedAttribute.
InformedAttribute, otherwise it would be a clear case of CharacterDerailment.
23rd Jun '16 11:05:31 AM MarkWilder
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The band of adventurers-for-hire after whom the series is named. Most of its members were originally trained at the [[RedShirtArmy Cornerian Academy]], but the team itself are privately-run paramilitary mercenaries. Due to a massive ContinuityReboot that started with ''Star Fox 64'', the characters' backstories have all been changed from their original form, [[MultipleChoicePast making research into their origins rather difficult.]]

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The band of adventurers-for-hire after whom the series is named. Most of its members were originally trained at the [[RedShirtArmy Cornerian Academy]], but the team itself are [[PrivateMilitaryContractors privately-run paramilitary mercenaries. mercenaries.]] Due to a massive ContinuityReboot that started with ''Star Fox 64'', the characters' backstories have all been changed from their original form, [[MultipleChoicePast making research into their origins rather difficult.]]
23rd Jun '16 11:04:01 AM MarkWilder
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* AntiHero: They are [[PriceOnTheirHead criminals with bounties on their heads,]] but when the entire Lylat System is threatened, [[EvilVersusOblivion they will put their lives on the line to save it.]] They help Star Fox fight the Aparoid Invasion in ''Star Fox Assault'', and they oppose the Anglars in ''StarFox Command''.

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* AntiHero: They are [[PriceOnTheirHead criminals with bounties on their heads,]] but when the entire Lylat System is threatened, [[EvilVersusOblivion they will put their lives on the line to save it.]] They help Star Fox fight the Aparoid Invasion in ''Star Fox Assault'', ''Videogame/StarFoxAssault'', and they oppose the Anglars in ''StarFox Command''.''Videogame/StarFoxCommand''.
22nd Jun '16 11:58:21 PM MarkWilder
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* PurpleEyes: And has the badassery to match them... er, it.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: As of ''Zero'', replacing the amethyst(s) from ''Assault'' and ''Brawl''. With the mercenary engaging in some of the most dramatic fights in the game, especially ''[[DuelBoss without]]'' his psychotic subordinates, the striking ruby color is certainly appropriate.

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* PurpleEyes: And has the badassery to match them... er, it.
His remaining eye in ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Assault]]'' and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'' is a defined purple.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: In ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', and ''VideoGame/StarFox64'' Wolf's eye is red. As of ''Zero'', it's ''ruby'' red, replacing the amethyst(s) from ''Assault'' and ''Brawl''. With the mercenary engaging in some of the most dramatic fights in the game, especially ''[[DuelBoss without]]'' his psychotic subordinates, the striking ruby color is certainly appropriate. ''Brawl''.
22nd Jun '16 11:37:16 PM MarkWilder
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* AntiHero: They helped Fox in some of the later stages of ''Star Fox Assault''. In ''Command'', they're technically criminals with bounties on their heads, but as the story goes on, they increasingly save the day.
%%* {{Badass}}
* {{Badbutt}}: Much like the Star Fox team, the [[{{Bowdlerise}} English voice actors]] portrayed them in a very [[{{Narm}} Narmy]] and [[DenserAndWackier silly]] fashion in ''[[Videogame/StarFox64 Star Fox 64]]'' as opposed to their original characterizations.

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* AntiHero: They helped Fox in some of the later stages of ''Star Fox Assault''. In ''Command'', they're technically are [[PriceOnTheirHead criminals with bounties on their heads, heads,]] but as when the story goes on, entire Lylat System is threatened, [[EvilVersusOblivion they increasingly will put their lives on the line to save it.]] They help Star Fox fight the day.
%%* {{Badass}}
Aparoid Invasion in ''Star Fox Assault'', and they oppose the Anglars in ''StarFox Command''.
* {{Badbutt}}: Much like the Star Fox team, the [[{{Bowdlerise}} English voice actors]] portrayed them in a very [[{{Narm}} Narmy]] narmy]] and [[DenserAndWackier silly]] fashion in ''[[Videogame/StarFox64 Star Fox 64]]'' as opposed to their original characterizations.



* AloofAlly: Whenever he's forced to [[EnemyMine actually work with Fox.]] He will save Fox from harm, but explicitly only [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou because he wants to kill Fox himself.]] When forced by circumstances beyond his control, he will give Fox advice and support, but only very grudgingly. Leon and Panther inform Fox that Wolf considers him a WorthyOpponent.
-->'''Fox:''' I owe you my life on that one, Wolf. Thanks.
-->'''Wolf:''' I thought I told you. I didn't come here to save you.
-->'''Fox:''' Even so...
-->'''Wolf:''' Mm.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He has his moments. After he saves Fox's life in ''Assault'', he just can't bring himself to say "You're welcome."
-->'''Fox:''' I owe you my life on that one, Wolf. Thanks.
-->'''Wolf:''' I thought I told you. I didn't come here to save you.
-->'''Fox:''' Even so...
-->'''Wolf:''' Mm.



* {{Tsundere}}: In addition to giving Fox advice and his near-HeroicSacrifice near the end after being one of Fox's biggest enemies for a while, Leon and Panther are sure that his aforementioned [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou reason for saving Fox from the aparoids]] is an excuse because he has come to respect him.



* VillainExitStageLeft: In ''Star Fox 2'' after losing all of his health.

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* VillainExitStageLeft: In ''Star Fox 2'' after losing all of his health.
Wolfen is severely damaged.
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