History Characters / WinnieThePooh

5th Nov '17 12:43:21 PM Psi001
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* InnocentlyInsensitive: A trademark source of plot for the entire cast; they all mean well and are rather friendly, but their childlike disposition and often scatterbrained perception of the things can make them pretty thoughtless or cause ceaseless panic and harm by accident.
5th Nov '17 12:38:45 PM Psi001
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* WouldHitAGirl: A minor example, but he has no qualms with bouncing on Kanga.

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* WouldHitAGirl: A minor example, but he has no qualms with bouncing on Kanga. Of course, as Tigger puts it [[TheGlomp "You always bounce someone you love"]].



* NotSoAboveItAll: She believes the Backson story in the 2011 movie.

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* NotSoAboveItAll: She believes takes part in the others' TooDumbToLive antics more than usual in the 2011 movie, being just as paranoid of the Backson story in the 2011 movie.as everyone else.



* CharacterDevelopment: Initially a [[{{Keet}} mindless infant]] similar to his novel counterpart, his upgraded role in the Disney adaptions has led to stories being played a lot more from his perspective, [[AscendedFanboy his idolization of Tigger being expanded upon and even gaining a surrogate "little brother" of his own]]. He has also became more emotional and aware of the surrounding issues, even acting as a CowardlyLion on occasion.

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* BreakTheCutie: Poor Roo is left in tears when Tigger angrily leaves the Hundred Acre Wood in ''The Tigger Movie''.
* CharacterDevelopment: Initially a [[{{Keet}} mindless infant]] similar to his novel counterpart, his upgraded role in the Disney adaptions has led to stories being played a lot more from his perspective, [[AscendedFanboy his idolization of Tigger being expanded upon and even gaining a surrogate "little brother" of his own]].own through Lumpy]]. He has also became more emotional and aware of the surrounding issues, even acting as a CowardlyLion on occasion.



* KidAppealCharacter - the reason for his ascended role in the Disney canon.

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* KidAppealCharacter - KidAppealCharacter: the reason for his ascended role in the Disney canon.


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* UndyingLoyalty: Even when the other animals lose patience with Tigger's antics, Roo will always look up him.
27th Oct '17 9:21:11 PM Roo
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A monster that Pooh and friends imagine when they mistake a letter Christopher Robin wrote to them as ending in "Backson" instead of "back soon", and, fearing the worst, they plan to capture it and rescue Christopher Robin. Mentioned in the original books. Made its animated debut (with [[AdaptationExpansion more detailed characterization]]) in the 2011 ''Winnie the Pooh'' film.

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A monster creature that Pooh and friends imagine Owl imagines when they mistake being asked to read a letter note from Christopher Robin wrote to them as Robin, ending in "Backson" instead of up mistaking the words "back soon", and, fearing the worst, they plan to capture it and rescue Christopher Robin. Mentioned soon" for "Backson." First mentioned in the original books. Made ''The House at Pooh Corner,'' but made its animated debut (with [[AdaptationExpansion more detailed characterization]]) in the 2011 ''Winnie the Pooh'' film.
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* AdaptationExpansion: The only thing we learn about the Backson in the novel is that it's busy with something, and that it may or may not be Spotted or Herbaceous. In the movie, we get a lot more (mis)information about the creature.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Of ''sorts.'' In the original novel, Owl and Rabbit just imagine him as a mysterious friend of Christopher Robin's, but in the Disney version Owl instead thinks he's an evil monster who's captured Christopher Robin.
27th Oct '17 8:53:14 PM Roo
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* AgeLift: While it's hard to tell exactly how old the animals are in books or cartoons, Tigger at least is ''clearly'' a lot older in the Disney version. In the books he's more clearly a child who needs someone to look after him, and who ends up adopted by Kanga. The Disney version, by contrast, lives on his own and speaks in a very adult baritone voice.

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* AgeLift: While it's hard to tell exactly how old the animals are in books or cartoons, Tigger at least is ''clearly'' a lot older in the Disney version. In the books he's more clearly a child who needs someone to look after him, and who ends up adopted by Kanga. (In ''Return to the Hundred Acre Wood'', he's unable to say how old he is, but when Rabbit guesses that he's about twelve years old he's all on board with that -- because having an age means he can have a birthday.) The Disney version, by contrast, lives on his own and speaks in a very adult baritone voice.
26th Oct '17 3:39:21 PM Roo
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* AgeLift: While it's hard to tell exactly how old the animals are in book or movie, Tigger at least is ''clearly'' a lot older in the Disney version. In the books he's more clearly a child who needs someone to look after him, and who ends up adopted by Kanga. The Disney version, by contrast, lives on his own and speaks in a very adult baritone voice.

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* AgeLift: While it's hard to tell exactly how old the animals are in book books or movie, cartoons, Tigger at least is ''clearly'' a lot older in the Disney version. In the books he's more clearly a child who needs someone to look after him, and who ends up adopted by Kanga. The Disney version, by contrast, lives on his own and speaks in a very adult baritone voice.
26th Oct '17 12:08:26 PM Roo
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* AgeLift: While it's hard to tell exactly how old the animals are in book or movie, Tigger at least is ''clearly'' a lot older in the Disney version. In the books he's more clearly a child who needs someone to look after him, and who ends up adopted by Kanga. The Disney version, by contrast, lives on his own and speaks in a very adult baritone voice.
26th Oct '17 12:03:16 PM Roo
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26th Oct '17 12:00:17 PM Roo
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26th Oct '17 11:37:59 AM Roo
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26th Oct '17 11:36:27 AM Roo
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