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31st Jan '16 7:17:03 AM Koveras
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Sorcerer}}'':What will you do to get what you want?
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31st Jan '16 7:16:53 AM Koveras
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Sorcerer}}'':What will you do to get what you want?
23rd Jan '16 1:42:52 PM StFan
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[[folder: Religion, Mythology and Folklore]] * [[KingArthur Arthurian Legend]]: Humanity's aspirations to transcend its baser instincts (lust, greed, vengeance, distrust).
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[[folder: Religion, Mythology and Folklore]] Myths & Religion]] * [[KingArthur [[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian Legend]]: Humanity's aspirations to transcend its baser instincts (lust, greed, vengeance, distrust).

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\n[[folder: Web [[folder:Web Animation]] * ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': No matter how infuriating they can be, your friends are often the only thing you can truly count on. [[/folder]] [[folder:Web Comics]]

* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': Teamwork and trust are key to victory - the more people trust each other and are willing to cooperate, the more effective they are, even the bad guys. People who cannot afford to trust their allies, [[spoiler:such as Lord Shojo]], think they don't need others to help solve their problems, [[spoiler: like Miko or V in the "Don't Split the Party" arc]], or just want to do what they want, not thinking about their teammates [[spoiler: like Belkar, and perhaps Xykon]] will get in trouble. Also, {{Deconstruction}} of Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons stereotypes by putting them in contrast with a realistic racial conflict.
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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': ** Teamwork and trust are key to victory - -- the more people trust each other and are willing to cooperate, the more effective they are, even the bad guys. People who cannot afford to trust their allies, [[spoiler:such as Lord Shojo]], think they don't need others to help solve their problems, [[spoiler: like [[spoiler:like Miko or V in the "Don't Split the Party" arc]], or just want to do what they want, not thinking about their teammates [[spoiler: like [[spoiler:like Belkar, and perhaps Xykon]] will get in trouble. trouble. ** Also, {{Deconstruction}} of Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons ''Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons'' stereotypes by putting them in contrast with a realistic racial conflict.

* ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'': Inversion/deconstruction of Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons FantasticRacism - just because some races are [[CharacterAlignment aligned]] [[AlwaysChaoticEvil as "evil" or "monsters"]] doesn't mean that humans and other player races are any better.
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* ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'': Inversion/deconstruction of Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons ''Tabletopgame/DungeonsAndDragons'' FantasticRacism - -- just because some races are [[CharacterAlignment aligned]] [[AlwaysChaoticEvil as "evil" or "monsters"]] doesn't mean that humans and other player races are any better.

[[folder: Web Original]] * ''WebAnimation/RedVsBlue'': No matter how infuriating they can be, your friends are often the only thing you can truly count on. * The Literature/WhateleyUniverse seems to be fundamentally about prejudice. In a super hero world, there's prejudice against mutants and their powers, but in a lot of ways the stories are at least as much about prejudice against [=LGBT=] people, since every one in Team Kimba is a mutant who is [=LGBT=] in some way, perhaps against their will.
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[[folder: Web [[folder:Web Original]] * ''WebAnimation/RedVsBlue'': No matter how infuriating they can be, your friends are often the only thing you can truly count on. * The Literature/WhateleyUniverse ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' seems to be fundamentally about prejudice. In a super hero world, there's prejudice against mutants and their powers, but in a lot of ways the stories are at least as much about prejudice against [=LGBT=] people, since every one in Team Kimba is a mutant who is [=LGBT=] in some way, perhaps against their will.

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1st Jan '16 9:40:00 PM otemple700
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* ''FanFic/ShowaAndVampire'' as many of them, but these four are the main ones: ** Your past isn't the key influence on your life; it's the now the counts. ** Love comes in many kind of forms: romantic love, familial love, a brotherhood-based love, and one based around sacrifice (usually of life) for the other person. ** Once you start the CycleOfRevenge, you must continue that course until your enemies are defeated - or you are. ** Humanity is defined as being able to emphasize with one another - the prime example being the vampire Moka being much more human(e) than the cyborg Dr. Gebok.
30th Nov '15 7:40:30 PM trentongm
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* ''Literature/The Mahabharata'': Stay righteous and do your duty, whether or not it seems to be helping.
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* ''Literature/The Mahabharata'': ''Literature/TheMahabharata'': Stay righteous and do your duty, whether or not it seems to be helping.
30th Nov '15 7:37:21 PM trentongm
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* {{The Mahabharata}}: Stay righteous and do your duty, whether or not it seems to be helping.
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* {{The Mahabharata}}: *''Literature/The Mahabharata'': Stay righteous and do your duty, whether or not it seems to be helping.
30th Nov '15 7:35:07 PM trentongm
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* {{The Mahabharata}}: Stay righteous and do your duty, whether or not it seems to be helping.

* The Mahabharata: The importance of doing one's moral duty, even when it is unclear who you are helping
30th Nov '15 7:29:14 PM trentongm
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** Protestantism: God's supremacy over man and the need for faith.

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* The Mahabharata: The importance of doing one's moral duty, even when it is unclear who you are helping
29th Nov '15 10:18:06 PM Josef5678
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-->-- '''DanielAmos''', "Central Theme"
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-->-- '''DanielAmos''', '''Music/DanielAmos''', "Central Theme"
28th Nov '15 9:03:33 AM laughingmanxx19
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* ''Webcomic/StrongFemaleProtagonist'': Can one person, no matter how powerful, really make a difference in the world?
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