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19th Nov '17 8:23:51 PM biyomon_0810
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* Oozora Yuujin from [[Anime/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters Digimon Universe: Applimonsters]] is a [[GenderInvertedTrope gender-inverted example]] from non-slash work, who is canonly hit by this trope. He starts as an active, sporty protagonist-like boy who frequently acts as the big damn hero for the team. Until it leads him [[spoiler:being captured, strapped to a time bomb by the enemies, and in need to be rescued by the team. After that incident, even though he isn't reduced to a load, he doesn't shine as much as he does before. It gets worse in the last arc, when he is the only one that ends up not getting any action at all, for him fully being controlled by the BigBad, and once again, has to be rescued by the protagonist.]]
5th Nov '17 8:39:31 PM ElizaAnne
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* In general, StarWars fan fiction does this to Leia very often. In the movies, she was a [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething leader of the Rebellion]] and generally quite stoic, with most of her early dialogue being snark. But fanfic, especially that focusing on Leia [[spoiler: after her home planet is destroyed,]] loves to make her an incapable, weepy mess needing comfort (usually Han Solo's or [[{{Twincest}} Luke Skywalker's]].)
1st Nov '17 9:06:26 AM lalaTKG
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** In [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/9367450/1/By-Bonds-We-Are-Bound this fanfic]], Olivia not only starts a romance with [[MasterSwordsman Lon'qu]] [[RescueRomance when he rescues her from danger]], but also passes out after he adoptive father [[EyepatchOfPower Basilio]] playfully pats her in the back [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength with a bit more force than usual.]] Olivia isn't [[FragileSpeedster the most super powerful unit]] in battle and is a ShrinkingViolet personality-wise, yeah, but she ''is'' the adoptive daughter of a badass fighter (who also has quite the confidence in her skills) and comes from [[WorldOfBadass a land of fight-happy people]] like Regna Ferox, so why is she suddenly made of tissue paper? It's also coupled with {{Wimpification}}, as [[PlayerCharacter the male Avatar]] is seen as a DistressedDude with lots of {{gayngst}} for Chrom [[spoiler: who is actually Olivia's husband ''whom he's having an affair with while Olivia cheats on him with Lon'qu''.]] Uh...

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** In [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/9367450/1/By-Bonds-We-Are-Bound this fanfic]], Olivia not only starts a romance with [[MasterSwordsman Lon'qu]] [[RescueRomance when he rescues her from danger]], but also passes out after he her adoptive father [[EyepatchOfPower Basilio]] playfully pats her in the back [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength with a bit more force than usual.]] Olivia isn't [[FragileSpeedster the most super powerful unit]] in battle and is a ShrinkingViolet personality-wise, yeah, but she ''is'' the adoptive daughter of a badass fighter (who also has quite the confidence in her skills) and comes from [[WorldOfBadass a land of fight-happy people]] like Regna Ferox, so why is she suddenly made of tissue paper? It's also coupled with {{Wimpification}}, as [[PlayerCharacter the male Avatar]] is seen as a DistressedDude with lots of {{gayngst}} for Chrom [[spoiler: who is actually Olivia's husband ''whom he's having an affair with while Olivia cheats on him with Lon'qu''.]] Uh...
28th Oct '17 3:20:01 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Videl, especially by the time of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', more or less completely drops the combative tomboy elements of her character and got DemotedToSatelliteLoveInterest after marrying Gohan.

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** Videl, especially by the time of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', The only character who more or less plays this straight is Videl. In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' she more or less completely drops the combative tomboy elements of her character and got DemotedToSatelliteLoveInterest after marrying Gohan.Gohan, though it's slightly more understandable her and Gohan's daughter Pan was conceived almost ''immediately'' after their marriage.
28th Oct '17 12:01:47 AM annette12
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* Lily, of ''Series/HannahMontana'' fame, started off as a cool skater-chick who was good at sports and very much a tomboy, despite the pilot showing her going gaga over Miley's (very girly) clothes. One episode lampshades her lack of girly tendencies after a boy asks her to the school dance. Just to be sure that the boy will like Lily even more if she dolls up, Miley makes Lily over into a glamorous fashion model...which makes the boy dump her, [[BeYourself because he liked her as she was.]] By the final season, the only real difference between Miley and Lily was that Miley was more [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] and Lily more [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} goofy]]. Lily's hobbies and fashion sense began to mimic Miley's almost exactly.
10th Oct '17 9:06:48 PM Loekman3
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** Videl, especially by the time of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', more or less completely drops the combative tomboy elements of her character after marrying Gohan.

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** Videl, especially by the time of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', more or less completely drops the combative tomboy elements of her character and got DemotedToSatelliteLoveInterest after marrying Gohan.
10th Oct '17 12:22:13 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* In {{the anime of|TheGame}} ''VideoGame/BlueDragon'', Kluke is changed from a self-confident, mature girl who's virtually raised herself since the deaths of her parents to your stereotypical damsel in distress with no explanation. She doesn't even get her powers until near the half-way point of the series.

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* In {{the anime of|TheGame}} ''VideoGame/BlueDragon'', Kluke is changed from a self-confident, mature girl who's virtually raised herself since the deaths of her parents to your stereotypical damsel in distress with no basically someone who cooks and encourages Shu without explanation. She doesn't even get her powers until near the half-way point of the series. ''After that that point'', however, she joins Shu in combat and plays a critical role in defeating General Logi.



* Completely subverted with the BadassPrincess Say'ri in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''. [[SmugSnake Excellus]] believes that revealing [[spoiler:that her older brother Yen'fay didn't betray her but instead sacrificed himself for her sake]] will completely break her to the point of stopping fighting altogether... but, [[GoneHorriblyWrong ultimately]], [[BewareTheQuietOnes it just pisses her off enough]] to [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge come after him]] and, if you let her, [[LaserGuidedKarma chop his filthy head off.]] This subversion doesn't count as {{Xenafication}}, though; as she's badass to begin with.

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* Completely subverted with the BadassPrincess Say'ri in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''. [[SmugSnake Excellus]] believes that revealing [[spoiler:that her older brother Yen'fay didn't betray her but instead sacrificed himself for her sake]] will completely break her to the point of stopping fighting altogether... but, [[GoneHorriblyWrong ultimately]], [[BewareTheQuietOnes it just pisses her off enough]] to [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge come after him]] and, if you let her, [[LaserGuidedKarma chop his filthy head off.]] This subversion doesn't count as {{Xenafication}}, though; as she's badass to begin with.
8th Oct '17 1:31:11 PM MBG
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** Videl, especially by the time of ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', more or less completely drops the combative tomboy elements of her character after marrying Gohan.


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* Aki Izayoi in ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' combined this with RedemptionDemotion and DemotedToExtra, especially after the Dark Signer arc wrapped up. In her first appearances, she was a close match to Yusei, something of TheDreaded and a PersonOfMassDestruction, and [[BrokenBird dripping with psychological problems.]] By around the halfway point of the series, almost all of this had been removed (not resolved through CharacterDevelopment, just removed) in favor of making her a smiling [[NeutralFemale benchwarmer]] with a massive skill gap between her and her male counterparts, and very little role in the story besides [[ShipTease being a potential love interest for Yusei]].
27th Sep '17 5:52:37 AM boatsnot
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* Lily, of ''Series/HannahMontana'' fame, started off as a cool skater-chick who was good at sports and very much a tomboy, despite the pilot showing her going gaga over Miley's (very girly) clothes. One episode lampshades her lack of girly tendencies after a boy asks her to the school dance. Just sure that the boy will like Lily even more if she dolls up, Miley makes Lily over into a sexy (for a kid's show) glamorous fashion model. This makes the boy dump her, because he liked her as she was. By the final season, the only real difference between Miley and Lily was that Miley was more DeadpanSnarker and Lily more {{Cloudcuckoolander}}. Lily's hobbies and fashion sense began to mimic Miley's almost exactly.

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* Lily, of ''Series/HannahMontana'' fame, started off as a cool skater-chick who was good at sports and very much a tomboy, despite the pilot showing her going gaga over Miley's (very girly) clothes. One episode lampshades her lack of girly tendencies after a boy asks her to the school dance. Just to be sure that the boy will like Lily even more if she dolls up, Miley makes Lily over into a sexy (for a kid's show) glamorous fashion model. This model...which makes the boy dump her, [[BeYourself because he liked her as she was. was.]] By the final season, the only real difference between Miley and Lily was that Miley was more DeadpanSnarker [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] and Lily more {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.[[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} goofy]]. Lily's hobbies and fashion sense began to mimic Miley's almost exactly.
22nd Sep '17 5:17:42 PM Eagal
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* This is one of the major complaints levied at ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM''. Previous entries in the franchise had portrayed Samus as an unflappable one-woman army. All that goes out the window once she meets up with her former commander and father-figure, Adam Malkovich, on the Bottle Ship. All of a sudden, she's meek, obedient, and prone to emotional breakdowns and panic attacks. While she does get to kick some ass during gameplay, none of it really matters in the grand scheme of things; the plot hands all the significant actions to other characters. Taking down the traitor in the squad? Nope, that was [[spoiler:MB, the BigBad]], and you don't even get to find out which team member it was. How about getting rid of [[spoiler:Ridley]]? Sorry, he just flees after the boss fight and gets killed offscreen by what's strongly implied to be [[spoiler:the Queen Metroid]]. Destroying [[spoiler:Sector Zero and the theoretically-unfreezable Metroids it contains]]? Too bad, Adam steals the job for himself. Well, Samus at least gets to kill the BigBad in the final boss fight, right? Yeah, about that...

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* This is one of the major complaints levied at ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM''. Previous entries in the franchise had portrayed Samus as an unflappable one-woman army. All that goes out the window once she meets up with her former commander and father-figure, Adam Malkovich, on the Bottle Ship. All of a sudden, she's meek, obedient, and prone to emotional breakdowns and panic attacks. While she does get to kick some ass during gameplay, none of it really matters in the grand scheme of things; the plot hands all the significant actions to other characters. Taking down the traitor in the squad? Nope, that was [[spoiler:MB, the BigBad]], and you don't even get to find out which team member it was. How about getting rid of [[spoiler:Ridley]]? Sorry, he just flees after the boss fight and gets killed offscreen by what's strongly implied to be [[spoiler:the Queen Metroid]]. Destroying [[spoiler:Sector Zero and the theoretically-unfreezable Metroids it contains]]? Too bad, Adam steals the job for himself. Well, Samus at least gets to kill the BigBad in the final boss fight, right? Yeah, about that...Nope.
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