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14th Feb '17 3:17:33 PM ILikeRobots
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** Seliph is seen as both this and TheChosenOne in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' subseries. Being a [[ShyBlueHairedGirl Shy Blue Haired]] HumbleHero, the prospect scares him at the beginning, but he eventually lives up to it. In the backstory, the member of the Twelve Crusaders who fits the most is Blaggi the Archbishop, who not only has a Holy Weapon able to resurrect the dead (the Valkyrie Staff), but shows kindness even to the members of [[ReligionOfEvil the Lopto Sect]].

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** Seliph is seen as both this and TheChosenOne in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' subseries. ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'' and ''Videogame/FireEmblemThracia776''. Being a [[ShyBlueHairedGirl Shy Blue Haired]] HumbleHero, the prospect scares him at the beginning, but he eventually lives up to it. In the backstory, the member of the Twelve Crusaders who fits the most is Blaggi the Archbishop, who not only has a Holy Weapon able to resurrect the dead (the Valkyrie Staff), but shows kindness even to the members of [[ReligionOfEvil the Lopto Sect]].



** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has one of its protagonist, Micaiah, the Maiden of Dawn. The storyline spends quite a bit of time exploring the trope's negative sides, as the pressure of leading her country's army no matter her personal opinion weighs heavily on her shoulder. On top of that, her enemies have an entirely different opinion of her, as they face her fanatically devoted soldiers that are ready to hold their ground no matter how hopelessly outnumbered as a result of their faith in their miraculous commander...

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' has one of its protagonist, protagonists, Micaiah, the Maiden of Dawn. The storyline spends quite a bit of time exploring the trope's negative sides, as the pressure of leading her country's army no matter her personal opinion weighs heavily on her shoulder. On top of that, her enemies have an entirely different opinion of her, as they face her fanatically devoted soldiers that are ready to hold their ground no matter how hopelessly outnumbered as a result of their faith in their miraculous commander...



** And originally in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemArchanea'' games, this is a defining trait of both Marth and his childhood friend/fiancee/future wife Caeda. Marth is a compassionate Prince that is willing to forgive most transgressions of the enemy. Caeda is capable to see through the heart of many enemies and win the heart of many enemies to defecting (either that, or [[GuileHero other charms]]), she's also the main cause of why Talys has Ogma as one of its finest soldiers when Caeda protected him from abuses of his employer. Both Marth and Caeda are also protective to each other and to everyone in the army, and insist that they all fight together as one, and no one gets left behind.

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** And originally in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemArchanea'' games, ''Videogame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight'' and ''Videogame/FireEmblemMysteryOfTheEmblem'', this is a defining trait of both Marth and his childhood friend/fiancee/future wife Caeda. Marth is a compassionate Prince that is willing to forgive most transgressions of the enemy. Caeda is capable to see through the heart of many enemies and win the heart of many enemies to defecting (either that, or [[GuileHero other charms]]), she's also the main cause of why Talys has Ogma as one of its finest soldiers when Caeda protected him from abuses of his employer. Both Marth and Caeda are also protective to each other and to everyone in the army, and insist that they all fight together as one, and no one gets left behind.
14th Feb '17 1:04:29 PM ILikeRobots
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** Seliph is seen as both this and TheChosenOne in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' subvseries. Being a [[ShyBlueHairedGirl Shy Blue Haired]] HumbleHero, the prospect scares him at the beginning, but he eventually lives up to it. In the backstory, the member of the Twelve Crusaders who fits the most is Blaggi the Archbishop, who not only has a Holy Weapon able to resurrect the dead (the Valkyrie Staff), but shows kindness even to the members of [[ReligionOfEvil the Lopto Sect]].

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** Seliph is seen as both this and TheChosenOne in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' subvseries.subseries. Being a [[ShyBlueHairedGirl Shy Blue Haired]] HumbleHero, the prospect scares him at the beginning, but he eventually lives up to it. In the backstory, the member of the Twelve Crusaders who fits the most is Blaggi the Archbishop, who not only has a Holy Weapon able to resurrect the dead (the Valkyrie Staff), but shows kindness even to the members of [[ReligionOfEvil the Lopto Sect]].



*** There's the main character of ''Blazing Blade,'' Eliwood. He goes through incredible hardships and not only he manages to retain about 80% of his idealism, but he refuses to hate the BigBad even after [[spoiler: he kills his father Elbert ''and'' causes the death of his prospect love interest Ninian]] and constantly shows sweetness to his troupe.

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*** ** There's one of the main character characters of ''Blazing Blade,'' Eliwood. He goes through incredible hardships and not only he manages to retain about 80% of his idealism, but he refuses to hate the BigBad even after [[spoiler: he kills his father Elbert ''and'' causes the death of his prospect love interest Ninian]] and constantly shows sweetness to his troupe.



** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has one of its protagonist, Micaiah the maiden of dawn. The storyline spends quite a bit of time exploring the trope's negative sides, as the pressure of leading her country's army no matter her personal opinion weighs heavily on her shoulder. On top of that, her enemies have an entirely different opinion of her, as they face her fanatically devoted soldiers that are ready to hold their ground no matter how hopelessly outnumbered as a result of their faith in their miraculous commander...

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has one of its protagonist, Micaiah Micaiah, the maiden Maiden of dawn.Dawn. The storyline spends quite a bit of time exploring the trope's negative sides, as the pressure of leading her country's army no matter her personal opinion weighs heavily on her shoulder. On top of that, her enemies have an entirely different opinion of her, as they face her fanatically devoted soldiers that are ready to hold their ground no matter how hopelessly outnumbered as a result of their faith in their miraculous commander...
14th Feb '17 1:02:48 PM ILikeRobots
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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe'' has four straight-up examples, only one of them being a main character.
14th Feb '17 1:02:06 PM ILikeRobots
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* Seliph is seen as both this and TheChosenOne in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral''. Being a [[ShyBlueHairedGirl Shy Blue Haired]] HumbleHero, the prospect scares him at the beginning, but he eventually lives up to it. In the backstory, the member of the Twelve Crusaders who fits the most is Blaggi the Arch bishop, who not only has a Holy Weapon able to resurrect the death (the Valkyrie Staff) but shows kindness even to the members of [[ReligionOfEvil the Lopto Sect]].
* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe'' has four straight-up examples, only one of them being a main character.
** Princess Lilina from ''Fuuin no Tsurugi'' is always kind and compassionate, able to melt the hearts of everyone - even the brutally cynical Garret. She's specially sweet to Oujay and Gonzales, the second being an extreme {{Gonk}} who was hated by everyone.
** Nino from ''Rekka no Ken'' not only managed to defrost her best friend and prospect husband [[spoiler: Jaffar]] [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect by nursing him back to health instead of killing him]], but she's also unfailingly sweet and gentle to whoever she supports with, and cries when she has to face her adoptive family. The only person who doesn't get this privilege is Sonia, but well... [[EvilMatriarch this]] ''[[SmugSnake is]]'' [[YouKilledMyFather Sonia]] we're talking about. And Nino ''did'' seek her approval until she learnt the truth about her.
*** There's also the main character, Eliwood. He goes through incredible hardships and not only he manages to retain about 80% of his idealism, but he refuses to hate the BigBad even after [[spoiler: he kills his father Elbert ''and'' causes the death of his prospect love interest Ninian]] and constantly shows sweetness to his troupe.
** In the backstory, the Seven Heroes of the Scourging have their own All Loving Hero: Saint Elimine, their MagicalGirlWarrior and ChurchMilitant. She even founded both her own nation (Etruria) and her own religion (the Elimine church -- which still goes strong after centuries)! To drive the point even further, ''Fuuin'' mentions that according to her legend, [[spoiler: Elimine never died. Once she believed her mission in life was over, she walked up to the top of a tower in the Etrurian capital of Aquleia and calmly {{ascend|ToAHigherPlaneOfExistence}}ed to a higher plane of existence. Said place is now known as the Tower of the Saint, and it houses [[LightEmUp her spellbook (Aureola)]] and her healing staff (Holy Maiden)]].
* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'' gives us the almost unfailingly plucky, kind and sensible Princess Eirika of Renais. Even when her naivete sometimes gets the worst of her (like when [[spoiler: Fomortiis in Lyon's body tricks her into giving him the Stone of Renais]]), Eirika keeps being sweet and gentle and willing to fight for the sake of Magvel. She also shows a spiritual side when talking to the local BadassBookworm, Saleh, and comforts Princess L'Arachel when she [[spoiler: gets depressed over the death of her parents when she was a little girl]].

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Seliph is seen as both this and TheChosenOne in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral''.the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' subvseries. Being a [[ShyBlueHairedGirl Shy Blue Haired]] HumbleHero, the prospect scares him at the beginning, but he eventually lives up to it. In the backstory, the member of the Twelve Crusaders who fits the most is Blaggi the Arch bishop, Archbishop, who not only has a Holy Weapon able to resurrect the death dead (the Valkyrie Staff) Staff), but shows kindness even to the members of [[ReligionOfEvil the Lopto Sect]].
* ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe'' has four straight-up examples, only one of them being a main character.
** Princess Lilina from ''Fuuin no Tsurugi'' ''Videogame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade'' is always kind and compassionate, able to melt the hearts of everyone - even the brutally cynical Garret. She's specially sweet to Oujay and Gonzales, the second being an extreme {{Gonk}} who was hated by everyone.
** Nino from ''Rekka no Ken'' ''Videogame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'' not only managed to defrost her best friend and prospect husband [[spoiler: Jaffar]] [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect by nursing him back to health instead of killing him]], but she's also unfailingly sweet and gentle to whoever she supports with, and cries when she has to face her adoptive family. The only person who doesn't get this privilege is Sonia, but well... [[EvilMatriarch this]] ''[[SmugSnake is]]'' [[YouKilledMyFather Sonia]] we're talking about. And Nino ''did'' seek her approval until she learnt the truth about her.
*** There's also the main character, character of ''Blazing Blade,'' Eliwood. He goes through incredible hardships and not only he manages to retain about 80% of his idealism, but he refuses to hate the BigBad even after [[spoiler: he kills his father Elbert ''and'' causes the death of his prospect love interest Ninian]] and constantly shows sweetness to his troupe.
** In the backstory, backstory of ''Blazing Blade,'' the Seven Heroes of the Scourging have their own All Loving Hero: Saint Elimine, their MagicalGirlWarrior and ChurchMilitant. She even founded both her own nation (Etruria) and her own religion (the Elimine church -- which still goes strong after centuries)! To drive the point even further, ''Fuuin'' ''Binding Blade'' mentions that according to her legend, [[spoiler: Elimine never died. Once she believed her mission in life was over, she walked up to the top of a tower in the Etrurian capital of Aquleia and calmly {{ascend|ToAHigherPlaneOfExistence}}ed to a higher plane of existence. Said place is now known as the Tower of the Saint, and it houses [[LightEmUp her spellbook (Aureola)]] and her healing staff (Holy Maiden)]].
* ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'' gives us the almost unfailingly plucky, kind and sensible Princess Eirika of Renais. Even when her naivete sometimes gets the worst of her (like when [[spoiler: Fomortiis in Lyon's body tricks her into giving him the Stone of Renais]]), Eirika keeps being sweet and gentle and willing to fight for the sake of Magvel. She also shows a spiritual side when talking to the local BadassBookworm, Saleh, and comforts Princess L'Arachel when she [[spoiler: gets depressed over the death of her parents when she was a little girl]].



* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has one of its protagonist, Micaiah the maiden of dawn. The storyline spends quite a bit of time exploring the trope's negative sides, as the pressure of leading her country's army no matter her personal opinion weighs heavily on her shoulder. On top of that, her enemies have an entirely different opinion of her, as they face her fanatically devoted soldiers that are ready to hold their ground no matter how hopelessly outnumbered as a result of their faith in their miraculous commander...
* And ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' gives us Emmeryn, the Exalt of Ylisse and Chrom and Lissa's older sister, who goes to the extreme of [[spoiler:calmly walking to a cliff ''and throwing herself off it'' in front of both Chrom's troops and the Plegian armies, essentially committing suicide to stop both countries from going to war. ''And she succeeds'', becoming a folk heroine for her bravery and selflessness]].
* And originally in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia'' games, this is a defining trait of both Marth and his childhood friend/fiancee/future wife Caeda. Marth is a compassionate Prince that is willing to forgive most transgressions of the enemy. Caeda is capable to see through the heart of many enemies and win the heart of many enemies to defecting (either that, or [[GuileHero other charms]]), she's also the main cause of why Talys has Ogma as one of its finest soldiers when Caeda protected him from abuses of his employer. Both Marth and Caeda are also protective to each other and to everyone in the army, and insist that they all fight together as one, and no one gets left behind.
* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the Avatar loves his/her siblings in both sides, but is forced to choose a side. [[spoiler:Apparently, this leads to the third route where the Avatar decides not to side with either of them and reunite both Nohr and Hoshido siblings to fight against a larger threat, [[ArchnemesisDad Anankos]].]]
** Similarly, your little sisters from both sides (Sakura and Elise) are very kind-hearted with unlimited love and compassion who wants to bring the best qualities from ''everyone'' regardless if they are Nohrian or Hoshidan.

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* ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has one of its protagonist, Micaiah the maiden of dawn. The storyline spends quite a bit of time exploring the trope's negative sides, as the pressure of leading her country's army no matter her personal opinion weighs heavily on her shoulder. On top of that, her enemies have an entirely different opinion of her, as they face her fanatically devoted soldiers that are ready to hold their ground no matter how hopelessly outnumbered as a result of their faith in their miraculous commander...
* And ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' gives us Emmeryn, the Exalt of Ylisse and Chrom and Lissa's older sister, who goes to the extreme of [[spoiler:calmly walking to a cliff ''and throwing herself off it'' in front of both Chrom's troops and the Plegian armies, essentially committing suicide to stop both countries from going to war. ''And she succeeds'', becoming a folk heroine for her bravery and selflessness]].
* ** And originally in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemArchanea'' games, this is a defining trait of both Marth and his childhood friend/fiancee/future wife Caeda. Marth is a compassionate Prince that is willing to forgive most transgressions of the enemy. Caeda is capable to see through the heart of many enemies and win the heart of many enemies to defecting (either that, or [[GuileHero other charms]]), she's also the main cause of why Talys has Ogma as one of its finest soldiers when Caeda protected him from abuses of his employer. Both Marth and Caeda are also protective to each other and to everyone in the army, and insist that they all fight together as one, and no one gets left behind.
* ** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the Avatar loves his/her siblings in both sides, but is forced to choose a side. [[spoiler:Apparently, this leads to the third route where the Avatar decides not to side with either of them and reunite both Nohr and Hoshido siblings to fight against a larger threat, [[ArchnemesisDad Anankos]].]]
** Similarly, your The Avatar Corrin's little sisters from both sides (Sakura and Elise) are very kind-hearted with unlimited love and compassion who wants to bring the best qualities from ''everyone'' regardless if they are Nohrian or Hoshidan.
3rd Feb '17 7:37:56 PM CnHGirl
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* On ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' we have [[KidHero Steven]] himself, who apparently inherited it from his mother, [[PosthumousCharacter Rose Quartz]]. It is often this quality that makes the difference in the Crytal Gems' battles, as it has allowed Steven to befriend Gems, such as Lapis Lazuli or Peridot, that might otherwise have been foes. He's also been shown to empathize with the monstrous corrupted Gems that are often the MonsterOfTheWeek. He has a hard time deailng with instances when his all-loving nature was not enough to resolve a conflict, such as the final episodes of season three where Steven saw his help refused or had to fight in self-defense.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' we have [[KidHero Steven]] himself, who apparently inherited it from his mother, [[PosthumousCharacter Rose Quartz]]. It is often this quality that makes the difference in the Crytal Gems' battles, as it has allowed Steven to befriend Gems, such as Lapis Lazuli or Peridot, that might otherwise have been foes. He's also been shown to empathize with the monstrous corrupted Gems that are often the MonsterOfTheWeek. He has a hard time deailng dealing with instances when his all-loving nature was not enough to resolve a conflict, such as the final episodes of season three where Steven saw his help refused or had to fight in self-defense.self-defense. Subverted with Kevin, who is so unrepentantly disrespectful towards everyone that he is the only person, Gem or human, who Steven outright ''hates''.
** Greg is a minor example: Greg is unwilling to genuinely hold a grudge against anyone, and doesn't like the idea of Steven hating anyone, to the point where he treats "hate" it like a swear.
3rd Feb '17 6:11:10 PM ShorinBJ
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* Franchise/SpiderMan is ultimately the most lovable human being in Marvel and is the prolific easy going superhero. Throughout the entire Marvel community, he has teamed up and allied with almost every character based on his modesty, compassion, his sense of humor, and his devotion for being responsible. Plus, most stories about him when he's all grown up (considering even the main continuity Spidey, the oldest mainstream depiction, is still only about 24) depict him as "the greatest hero of all".

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* Franchise/SpiderMan is ultimately the most lovable human being in Marvel and is the prolific easy going easy-going superhero. Throughout the entire Marvel community, he has teamed up and allied with almost every character based on his modesty, compassion, his sense of humor, and his devotion for to being responsible. Plus, most stories about him when he's all grown up (considering even the main continuity Spidey, the oldest mainstream depiction, is still only about 24) depict him as "the greatest hero of all".



* ''Comicbook/XMen'': Professor Charles Xavier is the voice of existence against Magneto's voice of separation. Even after all the battles with all the villainous mutants and the all the plots by the villainous humans and even [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters the more numerous mundane everyday prejudice by]] {{muggles}} he still believes peaceful co-existence will happen. Any dark side he has is a case of DependingOnTheWriter (given the inconsistency of long-running comics and shifting AlternativeCharacterInterpretation).

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* ''Comicbook/XMen'': Professor Charles Xavier is the voice of existence coexistence against Magneto's voice of separation. Even after all the battles with all the villainous mutants and the all the plots by the villainous humans and even [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters the more numerous mundane everyday prejudice by]] {{muggles}} he still believes peaceful co-existence coexistence will happen. Any dark side he has is a case of DependingOnTheWriter (given the inconsistency of long-running comics and shifting AlternativeCharacterInterpretation).
31st Jan '17 3:37:47 AM Snicka
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29th Jan '17 6:15:22 PM imadmagician
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* Judai Yuki/Jaden Yuki of the {{Post Modern|ism}} ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''. Originally used straight and frequently [[LampshadeHanging noticed and discussed]] by characters like Sameshima, Saiou, Asuka, Ryo, and Edo; but by Season 3 the pressure of being everyone's source of strength and inspiration is finally too much for him. His TrueCompanions' dependence on him was the key the next BigBad used to kill them, and Judai's heartbreak at his failure to live up to being this character contributed to his fall to TheDarkSide. [[spoiler: It took him a lot to pull himself back from the despair.]]
* Yusei from ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' is this even more so than his predecessors, despite his quiet and more mature nature. Hs father named him after a particle that bonded other particles together, because he wanted Yusei to be able to bond people together; he did.

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* ** Judai Yuki/Jaden Yuki of the {{Post Modern|ism}} ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''. Originally used straight and frequently [[LampshadeHanging noticed and discussed]] by characters like Sameshima, Saiou, Asuka, Ryo, and Edo; but by Season 3 the pressure of being everyone's source of strength and inspiration is finally too much for him. His TrueCompanions' dependence on him was the key the next BigBad used to kill them, and Judai's heartbreak at his failure to live up to being this character contributed to his fall to TheDarkSide. [[spoiler: It took him a lot to pull himself back from the despair.]]
* ** Yusei from ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' is this even more so than his predecessors, despite his quiet and more mature nature. Hs father named him after a particle that bonded other particles together, because he wanted Yusei to be able to bond people together; he did.did.
** ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'': [[IdiotHero Yuma]] (in both the anime and manga) [[MagneticHero befriends many people]], like a Stoic blue alien, a ReformedBully, and a Number Hunter after his soul (earning Kaito's trust in both anime and manga was no cakewalk, yet he did it twice). He even attempts to redeem ([[spoiler:successfully]]) [[KnightOfCerebus Vetrix, Vector, and Kyoji]] by appealing to their better nature, and wins his duel with [[spoiler:Nash]] because he refused to hurt his friend.
27th Jan '17 11:32:37 AM LadyNorbert
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* Lily Evans in "Fanfiction/{{TheLightInTheDark}}'' fits this pretty well. There are few people she dislikes, and she is kind to nearly everyone she encounters. In fact, her kindness and loving nature arguably serve as key driving forces of the story.

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* Lily Evans in "Fanfiction/{{TheLightInTheDark}}'' "Fanfiction/TheLightInTheDark'' fits this pretty well. There are few people she dislikes, and she is kind to nearly everyone she encounters. In fact, her kindness and loving nature arguably serve as key driving forces of the story.



* Santa Claus in ''Film/ErnestSavesChristmas''. Every single thing the man does oozes sincerity, generosity, compassion, love, saintliness, and just flat-out ''Christmas''. Hell, the whole plot of the movie is he's running out of time to pick a new Santa Claus because he literally loves doing good so much that he's stretched the clock as long as it will go just so he can continue doing it.

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* Santa Claus in ''Film/ErnestSavesChristmas''. Every single thing the man does oozes sincerity, generosity, compassion, love, saintliness, and just flat-out ''Christmas''. Hell, the whole plot of the movie is that he's running out of time to pick a new Santa Claus because he literally loves doing good so much that he's stretched the clock as long as it will go just so he can continue doing it.



* ''Pendragon'' series has Bobby Pendragon. He can make friends with all of travelers in every world in a matter of minutes of meeting them and, it was said on more then one occasion he would be the only one to beat Saint Dane. [[spoiler:He does.]]

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* The ''Pendragon'' series has Bobby Pendragon. He can make friends with all of travelers in every world in a matter of minutes of meeting them and, it was said on more then one occasion he would be the only one to beat Saint Dane. [[spoiler:He does.]]



** ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' is notable as an exception, while there are usually 'right' options ([[spoiler:getting Zathrian to let go of his hate and release the werewolves from their curse]], [[spoiler:destroying the Anvil of the Void and allowing Caridin to depart from his [[AndIMustScream doomed existence]]]], [[spoiler:going out of your way to ensure that Eamon, Connor, and Isolde all survive]]), almost every choice is in [[GreyAndGrayMorality the grey area]] and many seemingly 'right' decisions (backing the honest, honorable dwarven lord over the [[spoiler:fratricidal]] tyrant of a Prince, helping a dwarven convert set up a Chantry in Orzammar) have far-reaching and negative consequences ([[spoiler: destroying dwarven civilization]], [[spoiler:setting the stage for a Chantry crusade against the dwarves]]).
** One of the [[DarkerAndEdgier saddest]] parts of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' is no matter how much of a hero Hawke becomes, they still [[spoiler:lose their family, tear [[CityOfAdventure Kirkwall]] apart twice, and set the stage for a war]].

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** ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' is notable as an exception, while exception. While there are usually 'right' options ([[spoiler:getting Zathrian to let go of his hate and release the werewolves from their curse]], [[spoiler:destroying the Anvil of the Void and allowing Caridin to depart from his [[AndIMustScream doomed existence]]]], [[spoiler:going out of your way to ensure that Eamon, Connor, and Isolde all survive]]), almost every choice is in [[GreyAndGrayMorality the grey area]] and many seemingly 'right' decisions (backing the honest, honorable dwarven lord over the [[spoiler:fratricidal]] tyrant of a Prince, helping a dwarven convert set up a Chantry in Orzammar) have far-reaching and negative consequences ([[spoiler: destroying dwarven civilization]], [[spoiler:setting the stage for a Chantry crusade against the dwarves]]).
** One of the [[DarkerAndEdgier saddest]] parts of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'' that is no matter how much of a hero Hawke becomes, they still [[spoiler:lose their family, tear [[CityOfAdventure Kirkwall]] apart twice, and set the stage for a war]].war]]. And it's ''really not their fault at all,'' but they're the one that history will blame.



* Papyrus of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is a well meaning, heroic character, never you mind that he's trying to capture you. He's friendly and compassionate to everyone (even though the Annoying Dog, well, annoys him) but he really doesn't have any inclination towards nastiness [[spoiler:even to a player in a [[KillEmAll Genocide run]]]], quite the opposite in fact: he tries to be kind to them, figuring that they must need it. Also, depending on how you play, the protagonist may be this too [[spoiler:and in their true identity of Frisk, they really are]].

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* Papyrus of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is a well meaning, heroic character, never you mind that he's trying to capture you. He's friendly and compassionate to everyone (even though the Annoying Dog, well, annoys him) but and he really doesn't have any inclination towards nastiness [[spoiler:even to a player in a [[KillEmAll Genocide run]]]], quite the opposite in fact: he tries to be kind to them, figuring that they must need it. Also, depending on how you play, the protagonist may be this too [[spoiler:and in their true identity of Frisk, they really are]].
14th Jan '17 5:57:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* Eriond in ''Literature/TheBelgariad'' and ''TheMalloreon''. He's a small child in the former, although he is very trusting and generous. (He's been raised to be a complete innocent, so that he can handle The Orb, which tends to destroy anyone who touches it with less than completely pure motives.) By ''The Malloreon'' he's grown into the position. He's very mild in temperament, and even when he gets very angry (at one point they're in a Temple of Torak and a major sacrifice ritual (human, of course) is going on all he does is put out the temple fires -- since if the hearts can't be burned, there's no way to continue the sacrifices.)

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* Eriond in ''Literature/TheBelgariad'' and ''TheMalloreon''.''Literature/TheMalloreon''. He's a small child in the former, although he is very trusting and generous. (He's been raised to be a complete innocent, so that he can handle The Orb, which tends to destroy anyone who touches it with less than completely pure motives.) By ''The Malloreon'' he's grown into the position. He's very mild in temperament, and even when he gets very angry (at one point they're in a Temple of Torak and a major sacrifice ritual (human, of course) is going on all he does is put out the temple fires -- since if the hearts can't be burned, there's no way to continue the sacrifices.)
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