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20th Dec '15 11:49:20 AM ThatWhichIs
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* Mathilda/Matthew from [ [Avatar High] ] certainly counts.
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* Mathilda/Matthew from [ [Avatar High] ] [[Avatar High]] certainly counts.
20th Dec '15 11:48:05 AM ThatWhichIs
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* Mathilda/Matthew from Avatar High certainly counts.
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* Mathilda/Matthew from Avatar High [ [Avatar High] ] certainly counts.
20th Dec '15 11:43:38 AM ThatWhichIs
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* The humans from Roleplay/VoidOfTheStars
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* The humans from Roleplay/VoidOfTheStarsRoleplay/VoidOfTheStars *Mathilda/Matthew from Avatar High certainly counts.
7th Dec '15 9:23:17 AM LadWatcher
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** In another of Creator/MontyOum's creations, ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', [[ButtMonkey Jaune of all people]]. In a late episode, an [[BearsAreBadNews Ursa]], one that's bigger, stronger and more heavily-armoured than any previously encountered [[TakeThatScrappy swats down Cardin]] [[CurbStompBattle with little effort]], so Jaune steps in to try and take it down. Even though he's physically outmatched by the creature and his Aura is low, he continually throws himself at the creature and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome eventually slays it]]. He also demonstrated this willingness to throw himself into impossible odds in his hopeless duel against Cardin earlier on. *** This attitude is deconstructed with Yang in her backstory. Desperate to find her biological mother after her stepmother (and Ruby's mother) disappeared, the very little Yang took Ruby through a giant forest, bearing numerous injuries along the way, to find her mom. By time she'd reached Qrow's house, Yang was heavily wounded and exhausted to the point of near unconsciousness, just in time for a Grimm to try and kill her and Ruby, and the only reason Yang's stubbornness hadn't gotten her and Ruby killed was because of [[BigDamnHeroes Qrow killing the Grimm]], saving the two. Yang shares this story with an exhausted, rundown Blake, who was dedicating every minute of her life to finding Torchwick at the expense of her health and sanity, hoping that she would stop Blake from going too far with this trope.
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** In another of Creator/MontyOum's creations, ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', this is [[ButtMonkey Jaune of all people]]. In a late episode, an [[BearsAreBadNews Ursa]], Arc's]] greatest strength. He lacks any combat background, unlike the main cast, which makes him one that's bigger, stronger and more heavily-armoured than any previously encountered [[TakeThatScrappy swats down Cardin]] [[CurbStompBattle with little effort]], so of the weakest characters in the series. Even so, despite the visible gap of ability between Jaune steps in to try and take it down. Even though he's physically outmatched by the creature and his Aura is low, almost every opponent he continually throws himself at the creature and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome eventually slays it]]. He also demonstrated this willingness encounters, he has never backed down from a fight and, once he engages, there's no way to throw himself into impossible odds in his hopeless duel against Cardin earlier on. intimidate him or make him give up. *** This attitude is deconstructed with Deconstructed by Yang in her backstory. Desperate to find her biological mother after her stepmother (and Ruby's mother) disappeared, the very little Yang took Ruby through a giant forest, bearing numerous injuries along the way, to find her mom. By time she'd reached Qrow's house, her destination, Yang was heavily wounded and exhausted to the point of near unconsciousness, just in time for a pack of Grimm to try and kill her and Ruby, and the only reason Yang's stubbornness hadn't gotten her and Ruby killed was because of [[BigDamnHeroes Qrow killing the Grimm]], Grimm]] thus saving the two. Yang shares this story with an exhausted, rundown Blake, who was dedicating every minute of her life to finding Torchwick at the expense of her health and sanity, hoping that she would stop Blake from going too far with this trope.
22nd Nov '15 6:25:39 PM nombretomado
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* In TheSalvationWar, the First-Death humans (those who have died and are now in hell) that become main characters are basically this. Extra points because they mostly are members of the US Army. As one of its characters puts it:
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* In TheSalvationWar, ''Literature/TheSalvationWar'', the First-Death humans (those who have died and are now in hell) that become main characters are basically this. Extra points because they mostly are members of the US Army. As one of its characters puts it:
25th Oct '15 6:11:14 PM nombretomado
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* The ''ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum''. They have been led for a time by the BigBad, faced a never-ending deluge of [[Horrible/FanFic badfic]], and been driven out of their headquarters by ThePlague; however, they never stop the fight against [[MarySue Mary Sues]].
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* The ''ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum''.''WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum''. They have been led for a time by the BigBad, faced a never-ending deluge of [[Horrible/FanFic badfic]], and been driven out of their headquarters by ThePlague; however, they never stop the fight against [[MarySue Mary Sues]].
28th Dec '14 7:05:57 AM koopatheqwik
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28th Dec '14 7:05:56 AM koopatheqwik
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* Out of the many badasses inhabiting ''Roleplay/{{AJCO}}'', the ShrinkingViolet with a stammer is the most determined. Egg has been kicked down and beaten up - physically, mentally and emotionally - more times than is possible to count but ''just keeps going''. No matter how many times her attempts to help have gone sour, she will ''not stop trying to help''. She gets just that little bit stronger every time she picks herself up - she'll probably be a BadassPacifist when she's older.
24th Dec '14 7:59:43 PM DarkElfPrincess
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* [[FinalFantasyVII Tifa Lockheart]] in the fan film series ''DeadFantasy'' is an insanely awesome representation of this trope. Throughout five shorts, she has been slapped with an axe capable of downing a skyscraper, beaten to a bleeding pulp, which involved literally having the Materia knocked out of her, jumped onto a train, been slashed quite a few times, filled with arrows like it was target practice, stabbed through the arm, and chained up by kusarigama. [[spoiler: It takes Hayate's intervention to finally stop her.]]
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* [[FinalFantasyVII [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Tifa Lockheart]] in the fan film series ''DeadFantasy'' is an insanely awesome representation of this trope. Throughout five shorts, she has been slapped with an axe capable of downing a skyscraper, beaten to a bleeding pulp, which involved literally having the Materia knocked out of her, jumped onto a train, been slashed quite a few times, filled with arrows like it was target practice, stabbed through the arm, and chained up by kusarigama. [[spoiler: It takes Hayate's intervention to finally stop her.]]
20th Dec '14 3:11:08 PM troper18Lgreen
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*** This attitude is deconstructed with Yang in her backstory. Desperate to find her biological mother after her stepmother (and Ruby's mother) disappeared, the very little Yang took Ruby through a giant forest, bearing numerous injuries along the way, to find her mom. By time she'd reached Qrow's house, Yang was heavily wounded and exhausted to the point of near unconsciousness, just in time for a Grimm to try and kill her and Ruby, and the only reason Yang's stubbornness hadn't gotten her and Ruby killed was because of [[BigDamnHeroes Qrow killing the Grimm]], saving the two. Yang tells this story to an exhausted, rundown Blake, who was dedicating every minute of her life to finding Torchwick, at the expense of her health and sanity, hoping that she would stop Blake from going too far with this trope.
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*** This attitude is deconstructed with Yang in her backstory. Desperate to find her biological mother after her stepmother (and Ruby's mother) disappeared, the very little Yang took Ruby through a giant forest, bearing numerous injuries along the way, to find her mom. By time she'd reached Qrow's house, Yang was heavily wounded and exhausted to the point of near unconsciousness, just in time for a Grimm to try and kill her and Ruby, and the only reason Yang's stubbornness hadn't gotten her and Ruby killed was because of [[BigDamnHeroes Qrow killing the Grimm]], saving the two. Yang tells shares this story to with an exhausted, rundown Blake, who was dedicating every minute of her life to finding Torchwick, Torchwick at the expense of her health and sanity, hoping that she would stop Blake from going too far with this trope.
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