History Characters / StarFox

10th Aug '16 9:17:00 PM MarkWilder
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* JokerImmunity: In most cases, neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight. However, due to the DarkerAndEdgier nature of the series before the reboot, [[Videogame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2,]] [[AvertedTrope averts this trope]] for everyone [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]

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* JokerImmunity: In most cases, neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight. However, due to the DarkerAndEdgier nature of the series before the reboot, [[Videogame/StarFox2 ''[[Videogame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2,]] 2]]'' [[AvertedTrope averts this trope]] for everyone [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]
10th Aug '16 7:29:44 PM MarkWilder
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* TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare either has limited clairvoyance and clairaudience. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to identify Fara Phoenix as a hostage.

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* TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare either has is a [[PsychicPowers psychic]] with limited clairvoyance [[MySignificanceSenseIsTingling Clairvoyance and clairaudience. Clairaudience.]] When using this ability, the background always turns solid black, and he typically [[PstandardPsychicPstance raises both of his hands to the sides of his head]]. He uses this as a [[PsychicRadar radar]] radar of sorts sorts]] at least twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.[[http://66.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.com/ffc4fc1f270172f6baf77feb4a24aa27/tumblr_nw0f6jo5jx1rkrwaco3_1280.jpg warn the team about invading enemy soldiers]] on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://66.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_540.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/158c9c18a950251a05d8dfa171f2a696/tumblr_nw0ff99ODJ1rkrwaco2_540.jpg identify Fara Phoenix as a hostage.on Fox's request.]]
8th Aug '16 5:00:47 PM MarkWilder
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* AdaptationNameChange: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox Nintendo Power comic]], he is called "Fox Jr." by General Pepper.[[note]]Fox's father is unnamed in the original game and called Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. in the comic, but he is renamed James [=McCloud=] since ''Star Fox 64''.[[/note]]

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* AdaptationNameChange: In He was is called Fox [=McCloud=] Jr. in the original continuity.[[note]]The game leaves Fox's father unnamed, but the [[ComicStrip/StarFox Nintendo Power comic]], he is called "Fox Jr." by General Pepper.[[note]]Fox's father is unnamed in the original game and called comic]] revealed it to be Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. in the comic, but he is He was renamed James [=McCloud=] since in ''Star Fox 64''.[[/note]]



* IAmXSonOfY: Before Fox's father was officially named James [=McCloud=] in ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Fox's father was dubbed Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. (or "Fox Senior") in supplemental material. Fox himself was called "Junior" in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]] ([[DoNotCallMePaul although he renounces it]]).

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* IAmXSonOfY: Before Fox's father was officially named James [=McCloud=] in ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Fox's father was dubbed Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. (or "Fox Senior") in supplemental material. Fox himself was called "Junior" in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]] ([[DoNotCallMePaul although he renounces hates it]]).



** This was [[{{Retcon}} retconned]]: Fox spends a lot of time complaining that he's not getting paid nearly enough for what he's doing in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', [[NominalHero showing that he's definitely in it for the money.]]

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** This was [[{{Retcon}} retconned]]: retconned]] after the reboot: Fox spends a lot of time complaining that he's not getting paid nearly enough for what he's doing in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', [[NominalHero showing that he's definitely in it for the money.]]



* AcePilot: This is his official team designation. His stats even seem to imply that he's a more skilled pilot than Fox, though [[InformedAbility this doesn't come up during gameplay]]. Appropriately for a bird, he expressively prefers flying an Arwing, as opposed to any of the team's other options.

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* AcePilot: This is his official team designation. His stats even seem to imply that he's a more skilled pilot than Fox, though [[InformedAbility this doesn't come up during gameplay]]. Appropriately for a bird, he expressively prefers flying an Arwing, as opposed to any of the team's other tactical options.



* {{Badbutt}}: "Now it's our turn to kick some tail!"

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* {{Badbutt}}: {{Badbutt}}:
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"Now it's our turn to kick some tail!"



%%* FeatherFingers

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%%* FeatherFingers* FeatherFingers: This is how he uses the controls of his Arwing, and how he uses guns.



* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Particularly in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the comic]], Falco seems ever-concerned with opportunities to get rich. This is particularly annoying to [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules Fox]]; while they both are in it for the money, and both have a set of standards they won't cross even for cash, Falco's standards are a bit looser than Fox's are.

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* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Particularly in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the comic]], Falco seems ever-concerned with opportunities to get rich. This is particularly annoying to [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules Fox]]; while they both are in it for the money, and both have a set of standards they won't cross even for cash, Falco's standards are a bit looser than Fox's are.



%%* TroubledButCute



* UngratefulBastard: "Gee, I've been saved by Fox. How swell."

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* UngratefulBastard: ''Every single time you save him in a dogfight.''
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"Gee, I've been saved by Fox. How swell.""
--> "Mind your own business, Fox!"
-->[[SarcasmMode "I guess I should be thankful."]]
8th Aug '16 4:36:11 PM MarkWilder
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* ActionGirl: Though she makes her first appearance [[DamselInDistress as a hostage,]] she is the Arwing's chief test pilot for a reason. She is a member of Star Fox, and just like the rest of the team, [[http://oldgamemags.tumblr.com/post/135730324697/nintendo-power-51-august-1993-star-fox-comic she demonstrates an amazing level of skill.]] Her only mistake was to [[SurpriseDifficulty greatly underestimate]] the [[http://oldgamemags.tumblr.com/post/135535374319/nintendo-power-46-march-1993-star-fox-comic power of the Battle Attack Carrier,]] a mistake she never repeated in any other instance.

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* ActionGirl: Though she makes her first appearance [[DamselInDistress as a hostage,]] she is the [[AcePilot Arwing's chief test pilot pilot]] for a reason. She is a member of Star Fox, and just like the rest of the team, [[http://oldgamemags.tumblr.com/post/135730324697/nintendo-power-51-august-1993-star-fox-comic she demonstrates an amazing level of skill.]] Her only mistake was to [[SurpriseDifficulty greatly underestimate]] the [[http://oldgamemags.tumblr.com/post/135535374319/nintendo-power-46-march-1993-star-fox-comic power of the Battle Attack Carrier,]] a mistake she never repeated in any other instance.



* [[TheSixthRanger The Fifth Ranger]]: Although never stated as such, Fara more or less became a full-time member of the Star Fox team in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the comic]].
* FlirtingUnderFire: With Fox, during her first flight in the comic.

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* [[TheSixthRanger The Fifth Ranger]]: Although never stated as such, Fara more or less became a full-time member of the Star Fox team in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the comic]].
comic]], since she is also qualified to fly an Arwing.
* FlirtingUnderFire: With Fox, during her their first flight in the comic.together.



* IdenticalStranger: Fara looks just like Fox's dead mother Vixy, to the point of being virtually indistinguishable from her when she puts on one of Vixy's dresses (in spite of the two being ''different species'' no less; Fara appears to be Fennec Fox, whilst Vixy looks like a Red Fox). Even Andross confuses Fara for Vixy, which causes him to become sentimental and delusional, and apologize ''[[EngineeredPublicConfession on loudspeaker]]'' for the AccidentalMurder of Vixy that no one else knew he'd committed.

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* IdenticalStranger: Fara looks just like Fox's dead mother Vixy, to the point of being virtually indistinguishable from her when she puts on one of Vixy's dresses (in spite of the two being ''different species'' no less; Fara appears to be a Fennec Fox, whilst Vixy looks like a Red Fox). Even Andross confuses Fara for Vixy, which causes him to become sentimental and delusional, and apologize ''[[EngineeredPublicConfession on loudspeaker]]'' for the AccidentalMurder of Vixy that no one else knew he'd committed.
6th Aug '16 9:55:06 PM 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 [[PrivateMilitaryContractors privately-run paramilitary mercenaries]]. Due to at least two {{Continuity Reboot}}s and [[ComicbookAdaptation Comic Adaptations]], all characters received slight-to-moderate changes over time, [[MultipleChoicePast making research into their origins somewhat 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 [[SpaceCadetAcademy Cornerian Military Academy]], but the team itself are [[PrivateMilitaryContractors privately-run paramilitary mercenaries]]. Due to at least two {{Continuity Reboot}}s and [[ComicbookAdaptation Comic Adaptations]], all characters received slight-to-moderate changes over time, Reboot}}s, [[MultipleChoicePast making research into their origins is somewhat difficult]].
difficult]]. In the first continuity, they were {{outlaw}} [[LaResistance freedom fighters]] on Papetoon before [[ButHeGetsTheJobDone being hired as PMCs during the Lylat War due to their impressive skills]]. Since ''Videogame/StarFox64'' rebooted the franchise, they were private military contractors to begin with.
4th Aug '16 7:00:34 PM MarkWilder
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* NiceGuy: DependingOnTheWriter. In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic strip]], Fox [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules didn't care much for money]], preferring to [[JustLikeRobinHood liquidate his unneeded resources]] to [[WeHelpTheHelpless support the downtrodden.]] (This personality trait was also shown in the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foxcardfrontback.jpg Nintendo Power trading card.]]) He even avoided squeezing a rich man for money [[KeepTheReward when there was a clear opportunity to do so.]] However, since the reboot, [[NominalHero he mainly works for cash, or the survival of the Lylat system as a whole.]]
* NotAllowedToGrowOld: In the "Good-bye, Fox" ending of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', about the only difference physically in his older appearance as a father was that he started wearing sunglasses and grew a goatee of sorts on his chin.
* OfficialCouple: Fox's girlfriend and the dynamics of their relationship with each other changed with {{canon}}.
** In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic adaptation]], he had mutual affections with Fara Phoenix, the daughter of a rich spaceship magnate and chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing who assists the team in various missions.
** Since ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', he has Krystal, [[LastOfHisKind the sole survivor of the doomed planet Cerinia,]] whom he met on Dinosaur Planet. She becomes a member of Star Fox and assists in defeating the aparoids in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. Fox breaks up with her at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'' because [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Fox is worried for Krystal's safety]]. Depending on the ending, they either reunite, settle and have a child, or stay broken up.
* ParentalAbandonment: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]], Fox's parents are both gone; his mother is dead, and his father is a disembodied voice inside a SpaceWhale.

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* NiceGuy: DependingOnTheWriter. In Depending on the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic strip]], [[ContinuityReboot continuity.]] Before the reboot, Fox [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules didn't care much for money]], money,]] preferring to [[JustLikeRobinHood liquidate his unneeded resources]] to [[WeHelpTheHelpless support the downtrodden.]] (This personality trait was also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] and on [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foxcardfrontback.jpg Nintendo Power his official trading card.]]) card]]) He even avoided squeezing a rich man for money [[KeepTheReward when there was a clear opportunity to do so.]] However, since the reboot, he only [[NominalHero he mainly works for cash, or the survival of the Lylat system as a whole.]]
* NotAllowedToGrowOld: After Marcus was born, In the "Good-bye, Fox" ending of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', about the only difference physically in his older appearance as a father was that he started wearing sunglasses and grew a goatee of sorts on his chin.
* OfficialCouple: Fox's canonical girlfriend and the dynamics of their relationship with each other [[ContinuityReboot changed with {{canon}}.
** In
the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic adaptation]], continuity.]]
** Originally,
he had mutual affections was going strong with Fara Phoenix, the daughter of a rich spaceship magnate and chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing who assists Arwing. Their mutual affections were on full display in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the team in various missions.
comic.]] She goes on to become a member of Star Fox and helps defeat Andross after his return.
** Since ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', the reboot, he has Krystal, who first appeared in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''. She is [[LastOfHisKind the sole survivor of the doomed planet Cerinia,]] whom he met on Dinosaur Planet. She becomes a member of Star Fox and assists in defeating the aparoids in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. Fox breaks up with her at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'' because [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Fox is worried for Krystal's safety]]. Depending on the ending, they either reunite, settle and have a child, or stay permanently broken up.
* ParentalAbandonment: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]], Fox's parents are both gone; his mother is dead, and his father is a disembodied voice inside a SpaceWhale.trapped in AnotherDimension.



* SuperSenses / TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare either has exceptionally acute hearing and sight or limited clairvoyance and clairaudience. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to identify Fara Phoenix as a hostage.

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* SuperSenses / TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare either has exceptionally acute hearing and sight or limited clairvoyance and clairaudience. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to identify Fara Phoenix as a hostage.



* JokerImmunity: Neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight; however, if the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen near-final]] ''Videogame/StarFox2'' is any indication, [[AvertedTrope this would've originally been averted for everyone]] [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]

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* JokerImmunity: Neither In most cases, neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight; however, if dogfight. However, due to the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen near-final]] ''Videogame/StarFox2'' is any indication, DarkerAndEdgier nature of the series before the reboot, [[Videogame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2,]] [[AvertedTrope averts this would've originally been averted trope]] for everyone]] everyone [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]



* TheUnfought: According to the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Star Fox Mission File Printout]]'', the "Andross..." composed by his [[HeartDrive Core Brain]] in the [[VideoGame/StarFox1 first game]] is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself]]. This is also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] (where it is known as the "Telekinetic Amplifier"), as well as his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. This is also potentially referenced in one of the [[ActuallyADoombot final bosses]] of ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. The ''VideoGame/StarFox2'' beta, however, [[TheKidWithTheRemoteControl did not try to treat the final boss as anything other than the actual Andross.]] [[spoiler:''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' also depicted Andross as a mutated cyborg utilizing holographic illusions.]]

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* TheUnfought: In Videogame/StarFox1 and Videogame/StarFox2. According to the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Star Fox Mission File Printout]]'', the Venom's "Andross..." composed by his [[HeartDrive Core Brain]] in the [[VideoGame/StarFox1 first game]] is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself]]. This is also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] (where it is known as the "Telekinetic Amplifier"), as well as his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. This is also potentially referenced in one of the [[ActuallyADoombot final bosses]] of ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. The ''VideoGame/StarFox2'' beta, however, [[TheKidWithTheRemoteControl did not try to treat the final boss as anything other than the actual Andross.]] [[spoiler:''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' also depicted Andross as a mutated cyborg utilizing holographic illusions.]]



* NonIdleRich: She's from a rich family, is the chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing, and is basically a member of Star Fox.

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* NonIdleRich: She's from a rich family, is the chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing, and is basically a member of Star Fox.
4th Aug '16 5:07:36 PM MissConception
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* SuperSenses / TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare has either has exceptionally acute hearing and sight or limited clairvoyance and clairaudience]]. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to identify Fara Phoenix as a hostage.

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* SuperSenses / TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare has either has exceptionally acute hearing and sight or limited clairvoyance and clairaudience]].clairaudience. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to identify Fara Phoenix as a hostage.
4th Aug '16 5:05:37 PM MissConception
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Fox [=McCloud=] [[AdaptationNameChange Jr.]] is the [[PlayerCharacter main character]] of all of the ''Star Fox'' games and the leader of Star Fox.

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Fox [=McCloud=] [[AdaptationNameChange Jr.]] is the [[PlayerCharacter main character]] of all of the ''Star Fox'' games and the leader of Star Fox.
4th Aug '16 5:03:38 PM MissConception
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* AdaptationNameChange: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox Nintendo Power comic]], he is called "Fox Jr." by General Pepper.[[note]]Fox's father is unnamed in the original game and called Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. in the comic, but he is renamed James [=McCloud=] since ''Star Fox 64''.[[/note]]



* IAmXSonOfY: Before Fox's father was officially named James in ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Fox's father was dubbed Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. (or "Fox Senior") in supplemental material. Fox himself was called "Junior" and "Fox Jr." by General Pepper in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]] ([[DoNotCallMePaul although he renounces it]]).

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* IAmXSonOfY: Before Fox's father was officially named James [=McCloud=] in ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Fox's father was dubbed Fox [=McCloud=] Sr. (or "Fox Senior") in supplemental material. Fox himself was called "Junior" and "Fox Jr." by General Pepper in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]] ([[DoNotCallMePaul although he renounces it]]).



* NiceGuy: Depending on the [[ContinuityReboot continuity.]] Before the reboot, Fox [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules didn't care much for money,]] preferring to [[JustLikeRobinHood liquidate his unneeded resources]] to [[WeHelpTheHelpless support the downtrodden.]] (This personality trait was shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] and on [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foxcardfrontback.jpg his official trading card]]) He even avoided squeezing a rich man for money [[KeepTheReward when there was a clear opportunity to do so.]] However, since the reboot, he only [[NominalHero works for cash, or the survival of the Lylat system as a whole.]]
* NotAllowedToGrowOld: After Marcus was born, about the only difference physically was that he started wearing sunglasses and grew a goatee of sorts on his chin.
* OfficialCouple: Fox's canon girlfriend and the dynamics of their relationship with each other [[ContinuityReboot changed with the continuity.]]
** Originally, he was going strong with Fara Phoenix, the daughter of a rich spaceship magnate and chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing. Their mutual affections were on full display in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the comic.]] She goes on to become a member of Star Fox and helps defeat Andross after his return.
** Since the reboot, he has Krystal, [[LastOfHisKind the sole survivor of the doomed planet Cerinia,]] whom he met on Dinosaur Planet. She becomes a member of Star Fox and assists in defeating the [[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Aparoid Invasion.]] Fox breaks up with her at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'' because [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Fox is worried for Krystal's safety]]. Depending on the ending, they either reunite, settle and have a child, or stay permanently broken up.
* ParentalAbandonment: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]], Fox's parents are both gone. Vixy is dead, and Fox Sr. is a disembodied voice and occasional SpaceWhale.[[note]]Since ''Star Fox 64'', Fox's father is named James [=McCloud=] and has nothing to do with the Space Whale, and his mother [[MissingMom isn't mentioned.]][[/note]]

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* NiceGuy: Depending on DependingOnTheWriter. In the [[ContinuityReboot continuity.]] Before the reboot, [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic strip]], Fox [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules didn't care much for money,]] money]], preferring to [[JustLikeRobinHood liquidate his unneeded resources]] to [[WeHelpTheHelpless support the downtrodden.]] (This personality trait was also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] and on [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foxcardfrontback.jpg his official Nintendo Power trading card]]) card.]]) He even avoided squeezing a rich man for money [[KeepTheReward when there was a clear opportunity to do so.]] However, since the reboot, he only [[NominalHero he mainly works for cash, or the survival of the Lylat system as a whole.]]
* NotAllowedToGrowOld: After Marcus was born, In the "Good-bye, Fox" ending of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', about the only difference physically in his older appearance as a father was that he started wearing sunglasses and grew a goatee of sorts on his chin.
* OfficialCouple: Fox's canon girlfriend and the dynamics of their relationship with each other [[ContinuityReboot changed with {{canon}}.
** In
the continuity.]]
** Originally,
[[ComicStrip/StarFox comic adaptation]], he was going strong had mutual affections with Fara Phoenix, the daughter of a rich spaceship magnate and chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing. Their mutual affections were on full display in [[ComicStrip/StarFox Arwing who assists the comic.]] She goes on to become a member of Star Fox and helps defeat Andross after his return.
team in various missions.
** Since the reboot, ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', he has Krystal, [[LastOfHisKind the sole survivor of the doomed planet Cerinia,]] whom he met on Dinosaur Planet. She becomes a member of Star Fox and assists in defeating the [[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Aparoid Invasion.]] aparoids in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. Fox breaks up with her at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'' because [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Fox is worried for Krystal's safety]]. Depending on the ending, they either reunite, settle and have a child, or stay permanently broken up.
* ParentalAbandonment: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic]], Fox's parents are both gone. Vixy gone; his mother is dead, and Fox Sr. his father is a disembodied voice and occasional inside a SpaceWhale.[[note]]Since ''Star Fox 64'', Fox's father is named James [=McCloud=] and has nothing to do with the Space Whale, and his mother [[MissingMom isn't mentioned.]][[/note]]



* 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 ''[[Manga/FarewellBelovedFalco Farewell]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'', Fox has had green eyes, 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.

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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 Itoh's drawings (though inconsistently green or blue in the first chapter), in ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', and in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee''. Since ''[[Manga/FarewellBelovedFalco Farewell]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'', Fox has had green eyes, 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.



* TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare has limited [[PsychicPowers clairvoyance and clairaudience]] that he used as a [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also used it to identify Fara Phoenix, who he had never seen before.

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* SuperSenses / TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare has either has exceptionally acute hearing and sight or limited [[PsychicPowers clairvoyance and clairaudience]] that he used as a clairaudience]]. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also may have used it to identify Fara Phoenix, who he had never seen before.Phoenix as a hostage.



* JokerImmunity: In most cases, neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight. However, due to the DarkerAndEdgier nature of the series before the reboot, [[Videogame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2,]] [[AvertedTrope averts this trope]] for everyone [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]

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* JokerImmunity: In most cases, neither Neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight. However, due to dogfight; however, if the DarkerAndEdgier nature of the series before the reboot, [[Videogame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2,]] [[WhatCouldHaveBeen near-final]] ''Videogame/StarFox2'' is any indication, [[AvertedTrope averts this trope]] would've originally been averted for everyone everyone]] [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]



* TheUnfought: In Videogame/StarFox1 and Videogame/StarFox2. According to the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Star Fox Mission File Printout]]'', Venom's "Andross..." composed by his [[HeartDrive Core Brain]] is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself]]. This is also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] (where it is known as the "Telekinetic Amplifier"), as well as his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. This is also potentially referenced in one of the [[ActuallyADoombot final bosses]] of ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. [[spoiler:''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' depicted Andross as a mutated cyborg utilizing holographic illusions.]]

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* TheUnfought: In Videogame/StarFox1 and Videogame/StarFox2. According to the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Star Fox Mission File Printout]]'', Venom's the "Andross..." composed by his [[HeartDrive Core Brain]] in the [[VideoGame/StarFox1 first game]] is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself]]. This is also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] (where it is known as the "Telekinetic Amplifier"), as well as his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. This is also potentially referenced in one of the [[ActuallyADoombot final bosses]] of ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. The ''VideoGame/StarFox2'' beta, however, [[TheKidWithTheRemoteControl did not try to treat the final boss as anything other than the actual Andross.]] [[spoiler:''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' also depicted Andross as a mutated cyborg utilizing holographic illusions.]]



* NonIdleRich: She's from a rich family, is the chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing, and became a member of Star Fox.

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* NonIdleRich: She's from a rich family, is the chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing, and became is basically a member of Star Fox.



A bicephalic, primordial, cybernetic bird-dragon hybrid reigning over the planet Fortuna. In ''Command'', it inexplicably appears as one of Andross's guardians on Titania. It makes yet another appearance in ''Zero'' as the leading bioweapon on Fortuna, making it one of two bosses other than Andross and Star Wolf to appear in all three continuities.

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A bicephalic, primordial, cybernetic bird-dragon hybrid reigning over the planet Fortuna. In ''Command'', it inexplicably appears as one of Andross's guardians on Titania. It makes yet another appearance in ''Zero'' as the leading bioweapon on Fortuna, making it overall tied with the Attack Carrier as one of two most recurring bosses other than after Andross and Star Wolf to appear in all three continuities.
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Fox [=McCloud=] is the [[PlayerCharacter main character]] of all of the ''Star Fox'' games and the leader of Star Fox.

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Fox [=McCloud=] [[AdaptationNameChange Jr.]] is the [[PlayerCharacter main character]] of all of the ''Star Fox'' games and the leader of Star Fox.



* NiceGuy: DependingOnTheWriter. In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic strip]], Fox [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules didn't care much for money]], preferring to [[JustLikeRobinHood liquidate his unneeded resources]] to [[WeHelpTheHelpless support the downtrodden.]] (This personality trait was also shown in the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foxcardfrontback.jpg Nintendo Power trading card.]]) He even avoided squeezing a rich man for money [[KeepTheReward when there was a clear opportunity to do so.]] However, since the reboot, [[NominalHero he mainly works for cash, or the survival of the Lylat system as a whole.]]
* NotAllowedToGrowOld: In the "Good-bye, Fox" ending of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', about the only difference physically in his older appearance as a father was that he started wearing sunglasses and grew a goatee of sorts on his chin.
* OfficialCouple: Fox's girlfriend and the dynamics of their relationship with each other changed with {{canon}}.
** In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic adaptation]], he was going strong with Fara Phoenix, the daughter of a rich spaceship magnate and chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing. She assists the team in various missions as an unofficial fifth member of sorts.
** Since ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', he has Krystal, [[LastOfHisKind the sole survivor of the doomed planet Cerinia,]] whom he met on Dinosaur Planet. She becomes a member of Star Fox and assists in defeating the aparoids in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. Fox breaks up with her at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'' because [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Fox is worried for Krystal's safety]]. Depending on the ending, they either reunite, settle and have a child, or stay broken up.

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* NiceGuy: DependingOnTheWriter. In Depending on the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic strip]], [[ContinuityReboot continuity.]] Before the reboot, Fox [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules didn't care much for money]], money,]] preferring to [[JustLikeRobinHood liquidate his unneeded resources]] to [[WeHelpTheHelpless support the downtrodden.]] (This personality trait was also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] and on [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/foxcardfrontback.jpg Nintendo Power his official trading card.]]) card]]) He even avoided squeezing a rich man for money [[KeepTheReward when there was a clear opportunity to do so.]] However, since the reboot, he only [[NominalHero he mainly works for cash, or the survival of the Lylat system as a whole.]]
* NotAllowedToGrowOld: In the "Good-bye, Fox" ending of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'', After Marcus was born, about the only difference physically in his older appearance as a father was that he started wearing sunglasses and grew a goatee of sorts on his chin.
* OfficialCouple: Fox's canon girlfriend and the dynamics of their relationship with each other [[ContinuityReboot changed with {{canon}}.
** In
the [[ComicStrip/StarFox comic adaptation]], continuity.]]
** Originally,
he was going strong with Fara Phoenix, the daughter of a rich spaceship magnate and chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing. Their mutual affections were on full display in [[ComicStrip/StarFox the comic.]] She assists the team in various missions as an unofficial fifth goes on to become a member of sorts.
Star Fox and helps defeat Andross after his return.
** Since ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures'', the reboot, he has Krystal, [[LastOfHisKind the sole survivor of the doomed planet Cerinia,]] whom he met on Dinosaur Planet. She becomes a member of Star Fox and assists in defeating the aparoids in ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. [[VideoGame/StarFoxAssault Aparoid Invasion.]] Fox breaks up with her at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxCommand Command]]'' because [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Fox is worried for Krystal's safety]]. Depending on the ending, they either reunite, settle and have a child, or stay permanently broken up.



* TechnicolorEyes: Fox was shown having brown eyes in the title screen of the original ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'', then blue eyes in Itoh's drawings (though inconsistently green or blue in the first chapter), in ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', and in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee''. Since ''[[Manga/FarewellBelovedFalco Farewell]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'', Fox has had green eyes, 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.

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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 Itoh's drawings the Itoh comic (though inconsistently green or blue in the first chapter), in ''VideoGame/StarFox2'', and in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosMelee''. Since ''[[Manga/FarewellBelovedFalco Farewell]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures Adventures]]'', Fox has had green eyes, 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.



* SuperSenses: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare has exceptionally acute hearing and sight to the point that he could be a [[TelepathicSpacemen telepath]]. He uses this [[PsychicRadar radar of sorts]] at least twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.



* TelepathicSpacemen: In the [[ComicStrip/StarFox original comics]], Peppy Hare has limited [[PsychicPowers clairvoyance and clairaudience]] that he used as a [[PsychicRadar radar]] of sorts twice: once to warn the team about the invading enemy soldiers on the freighter to Corneria, and another to [[http://67.media.tumblr.com/08a1883f5d7f7028150226eda8c46a03/tumblr_nw1kkdwX0s1rkrwaco6_1280.jpg detect a lizard piloting Slippy's Arwing.]] He also used it to identify Fara Phoenix, who he had never seen before.



* JokerImmunity: Neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight; however, if the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen near-final]] ''Videogame/StarFox2'' is any indication, [[AvertedTrope this would've originally been averted for everyone]] [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]

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* JokerImmunity: Neither In most cases, neither Wolf nor his wingmates will die if they are shot down in a dogfight; however, if dogfight. However, due to the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen near-final]] ''Videogame/StarFox2'' is any indication, DarkerAndEdgier nature of the series before the reboot, [[Videogame/StarFox2 Star Fox 2,]] [[AvertedTrope averts this would've originally been averted trope]] for everyone]] everyone [[SoleSurvivor except Wolf himself.]]



* TheUnfought: In ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'', supposedly. According to the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Star Fox Mission File Printout]]'', Venom's "Andross..." composed by his [[HeartDrive Core Brain]] is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself]]. This is also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] (where it is known as the "Telekinetic Amplifier"), as well as his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. This is also potentially referenced in one of the [[ActuallyADoombot final bosses]] of ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. The ''VideoGame/StarFox2'' beta, however, [[TheKidWithTheRemoteControl did not try to treat the final boss as anything other than the actual Andross.]] [[spoiler:''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' also depicted Andross as a mutated cyborg utilizing hologram illusions rather than the bioweapon he appeared to be in ''Star Fox 64''.]]

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* TheUnfought: In ''[[VideoGame/StarFox1 Star Fox]]'', supposedly.Videogame/StarFox1 and Videogame/StarFox2. According to the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Star Fox Mission File Printout]]'', Venom's "Andross..." composed by his [[HeartDrive Core Brain]] is actually a [[MyselfMyAvatar remote-controlled computer designed to allow Andross to oversee Venom's army without actually being there himself]]. This is also shown in the [[ComicStrip/StarFox tie-in comic]] (where it is known as the "Telekinetic Amplifier"), as well as his trophy description in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee''. This is also potentially referenced in one of the [[ActuallyADoombot final bosses]] of ''VideoGame/StarFox64''. The ''VideoGame/StarFox2'' beta, however, [[TheKidWithTheRemoteControl did not try to treat the final boss as anything other than the actual Andross.]] [[spoiler:''VideoGame/StarFoxZero'' also depicted Andross as a mutated cyborg utilizing hologram illusions rather than the bioweapon he appeared to be in ''Star Fox 64''.holographic illusions.]]



* NonIdleRich: She's from a rich family, is the chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing, and is an informal member of the Star Fox team.

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* NonIdleRich: She's from a rich family, is the chief test pilot of the prototype Arwing, and is an informal became a member of the Star Fox team.Fox.



A bicephalic, primordial, cybernetic bird-dragon hybrid reigning over the planet Fortuna. In ''Command'', it inexplicably appears as one of Andross's guardians on Titania. It makes yet another appearance in ''Zero'' as the leading bioweapon on Fortuna, making it overall tied with the Attack Carrier as one of two most recurring bosses after Andross and Star Wolf.

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A bicephalic, primordial, cybernetic bird-dragon hybrid reigning over the planet Fortuna. In ''Command'', it inexplicably appears as one of Andross's guardians on Titania. It makes yet another appearance in ''Zero'' as the leading bioweapon on Fortuna, making it overall tied with the Attack Carrier as one of two most recurring bosses after other than Andross and Star Wolf.
Wolf to appear in all three continuities.
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