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28th Apr '16 4:21:58 PM Anata
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* In the film version of ''Theatre/Hair'', Claude was turned into a relatable, conservative audience surrogate, as opposed to his radical, obnoxious stage-version conterpart.
17th Apr '16 6:44:46 AM Hinooka-Homu
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* Main character Homura Hinooka from the [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Type-Moon]] light novel series ''LightNovel/FireGirl''. It's through her that we get to witness how her world works and how and why UNPIEP, aka the Exploration Club exploring the mysterious planet Nutella, came to be in the first place. While having an audience surrogate in the {{Nasuverse}} isn't a new thing thanks to the lore and complicated systems there, what makes her stand out from most [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} other]] [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Type]][[VisualNovel/MahouTsukaiNoYoru -Moon]] [[LightNovel/{{DDD}} protagonists]] in her position is that she's the most ''relatable and comparatively normal one from among all of them''.

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* Main character Homura Hinooka from the [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Type-Moon]] light novel series ''LightNovel/FireGirl''. It's through her that we get to witness how her world works and how and why UNPIEP, aka the Exploration Club exploring the mysterious planet Nutella, came to be in the first place. While having an audience surrogate in the {{Nasuverse}} isn't a new thing thanks to the lore and complicated systems there, what makes her stand out from most [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} other]] [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Type]][[VisualNovel/MahouTsukaiNoYoru -Moon]] [[LightNovel/{{DDD}} protagonists]] in with her position is that she's the most ''relatable and comparatively normal one from among all of them''.
17th Apr '16 6:43:22 AM Hinooka-Homu
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* In ''Manga/Nisekoi'' background characters from protagonists' class will appear from time to time just to say things that male audience may as well want to say. Like expressing envy over Raku's harem or noticing how ridiculous at times is the fact that every single girl around him (except maybe Ruri) comes to like him romantically.

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* In ''Manga/Nisekoi'' ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'' background characters from protagonists' class will appear from time to time just to say things that male audience may as well want to say. Like expressing envy over Raku's harem or noticing how ridiculous at times is the fact that every single girl around him (except maybe Ruri) comes to like him romantically.romantically.
* Main character Homura Hinooka from the [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Type-Moon]] light novel series ''LightNovel/FireGirl''. It's through her that we get to witness how her world works and how and why UNPIEP, aka the Exploration Club exploring the mysterious planet Nutella, came to be in the first place. While having an audience surrogate in the {{Nasuverse}} isn't a new thing thanks to the lore and complicated systems there, what makes her stand out from most [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} other]] [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Type]][[VisualNovel/MahouTsukaiNoYoru -Moon]] [[LightNovel/{{DDD}} protagonists]] in her position is that she's the most ''relatable and comparatively normal one from among all of them''.
17th Apr '16 1:10:57 AM VVK
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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the male PeripheryDemographic. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensible girls' show with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy because he's the guy.

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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the male PeripheryDemographic.PeripheryDemographic, being TheOneGuy and all. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensible girls' show with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy because he's the guy.
15th Apr '16 2:44:33 PM Issander1
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15th Apr '16 2:41:30 PM Issander1
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* In ''Anime/Nisekoi'' background characters from protagonists' class will appear from time to time just to say things that male audience may as well want to say. Like expressing envy over Raku's harem or noticing how ridiculous at times is the fact that every single girl around him (except maybe Ruri) comes to like him romantically.

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* In ''Anime/Nisekoi'' ''Manga/Nisekoi'' background characters from protagonists' class will appear from time to time just to say things that male audience may as well want to say. Like expressing envy over Raku's harem or noticing how ridiculous at times is the fact that every single girl around him (except maybe Ruri) comes to like him romantically.
15th Apr '16 2:40:32 PM Issander1
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* In ''Anime/Nisekoi'' background characters from protagonists' class will appear from time to time just to say things that male audience may as well want to say. Like expressing envy over Raku's harem or noticing how ridiculous at times is the fact that every single girl around him (except maybe Ruri) comes to like him romantically.
14th Apr '16 12:48:43 PM VVK
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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the male PeripheryDemographic. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensible girls' show with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy specifically.

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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the male PeripheryDemographic. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensible girls' show with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy specifically.because he's the guy.
10th Apr '16 12:29:47 AM VVK
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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the male PeripheryDemographic. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensibly little girls' show about pastel ponies with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy specifically.

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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the male PeripheryDemographic. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensibly little ostensible girls' show about pastel ponies with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy specifically.
10th Apr '16 12:27:38 AM VVK
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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the PeripheryDemographic, being TheOneGuy and all.

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** Spike seems to be a surrogate for the PeripheryDemographic, being male PeripheryDemographic. Apparently, a lot of the guys watching an ostensibly little girls' show about pastel ponies with a varied cast of formidable and well-liked female protagonists still want to identify with TheOneGuy and all.specifically.
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