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* ''Film/XMenApocalypse'': A surrogate variation occurs between Jean Grey and Professor X, who is her ParentalSubstitute. Jean is shunned by her classmates because they're afraid of her inability to fully control her powers, and Xavier, who knows all too well the isolation that telepathy can bring, is her steadfast provider of emotional support. She thus falls under "The third possible character is the socially awkward one who gets understanding and encouragement from her father" category. Before Scott's arrival, Charles is the only person at the school whom Jean feels close to, and Xavier is more attentive towards her compared to the other young mutants under his care, which parallels how he had favoured Hank over the other teenage recruits in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' because he and [=McCoy=] shared more in common. Because Jean admires her father figure, she emulates some of his behaviour (she is Professor X's JuniorCounterpart in the story).
19th Jun '16 5:28:18 AM twilicorn
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* UndergroundComics artist DoriSeda. He influenced her to become an artist herself - whether this was for better or for worse, is another question.

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* UndergroundComics artist DoriSeda.Creator/DoriSeda. He influenced her to become an artist herself - whether this was for better or for worse, is another question.


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* Music/FrankSinatra's daughters Nancy and Tina, to the point where he helped them both break into the entertainment business (mostly in the case of the former; he had a hit song with her in '67).
7th Jun '16 3:05:24 PM Morgenthaler
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%%* Emily Starr in ''{{Emily of New Moon}}.''

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%%* Emily Starr in ''{{Emily ''Literature/{{Emily of New Moon}}.''



* Elizabeth Bennet from ''PrideAndPrejudice'' is her father's favorite daughter and the two are very close. She is coincidentally her mother's ''least'' favorite child.

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* Elizabeth Bennet from ''PrideAndPrejudice'' ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' is her father's favorite daughter and the two are very close. She is coincidentally her mother's ''least'' favorite child.



* Maree-Celee from ''ThePrincess99'' has a close relationship with her father but no one knows who or where her [[MissingMom Mom]] is.
* Jessie in Creator/StephenKing's novel, ''GeraldsGame''... until her father sexually abuses her.

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* Maree-Celee from ''ThePrincess99'' ''Literature/ThePrincess99'' has a close relationship with her father but no one knows who or where her [[MissingMom Mom]] is.
* Jessie in Creator/StephenKing's novel, ''GeraldsGame''...''Literature/GeraldsGame''... until her father sexually abuses her.
3rd Jun '16 5:17:44 PM Gamermaster
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** There's also Shireen Baratheon- her first response to seeing Stannis after a while is to squeal and hug him. Stannis, for his part, tries to be a GoodParent to Shireen, but he doesn't often have time to spend with her. Shireen also gets on very well with [[NiceGuy Davos Seaworth]].

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** There's also Shireen Baratheon- her first response to seeing Stannis after a while is to squeal and hug him. Stannis, for his part, tries to be a GoodParent {{Good Parent|s}} to Shireen, but he doesn't often have time to spend with her. Shireen also gets on very well with [[NiceGuy Davos Seaworth]].
30th May '16 5:40:54 AM Anata
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* Sam, the protagonist of ''Film/ACinderellaStory'' is an example of the tomboyish variation, complete with a TomboyishName, with a WickedStepmother on top. Her happy ending includes going to Princeton, like he wanted her to, and inheriting his diner.


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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' features Luna and her father, whom she adores. While she definitely seems to have adored her mother equally, her early death eventually creates this dynamic between Luna and her father.


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* Subverted on ''Series/{{Elementary}}'' with Joan and her stepfather. She tells Sherlock how much she wanted to be like her stepfather, but his infidelity to her mother has palced him on a BrokenPedastal. Even before the pedestal was broken, they were an interesting example, as she was set on becoming a doctor (and not a writer) and a SelfMadeWoman before hand.


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** Until season 3 of Buffy, Cordelia definitely fits the trope, constantly going on about her father's fortune, and how he spoils her. After her parents lose said fortune, and she starts a life of her own, the trope is thoroughly subverted, as she barely mentions him ir her mother during her run on ''Series/{{Angel}}''.


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* ''Series/That70sShow'' has this dynamic between Red and his daughter Laurie. She is his [[TheFavorite favorite]], but has a difficult relationship with her mother. Her brother Eric, is always sparring with Red, but is a MommasBoy.
29th May '16 1:21:21 PM catmuto
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* ''Manga/LudwigRevolution'' has Katrein from the ''Frogking'' story. She clearly loves her father very much and knows that he can't always spend a whole lot of time with her, because of his duties as king and knows that his gifts to her are ways to make her happy. In turn, her father is protective of her, finding her too dear to him to arrange a marriage for her yet.
23rd May '16 12:37:55 PM rafi
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* In the manhwa, "Ragnarok", Lord Irine is often a clam, respected, dignified, and powerful ruler, but as soon as he sees his daughter, Iris, he resorts to passionate hugging, baby talk and constant spoiling of his daughter, at least when his wife is not looking.
* April Eagle/Marianne Louvre and Commander Eagle/Charles Louvre from ''Anime/SaberRiderAndTheStarSheriffs''/''Anime/SeiJuushiBismarck''.
* From ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', there is [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething Princess Amelia]], who adores and admires her father [[LargeHam Phillionel]]. It helps that her mother was killed when she was young and her sister ran away because of it.
* Rally Vincent from ''GunsmithCats''. Rally does not fit the trope exactly because she's a Daddy's Girl who's since grown up, although she still keeps the same passions for the things that her father taught her about. However, the character Jeena Smart (introduced in Chapter 44 of the manga) is an entirely conventional Daddy's Girl.
%%* Ena Ayase in ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}''.
* Reika Tamaki in ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi''. [[spoiler: Kind of a deconstruction, once we learn that one of the reasons why she's such a SpoiledBrat is how [[ParentsAsPeople her dad]], in a well-intentioned but very ill-advised move [[MyGreatestFailure born from guilt]], spoils her completely rotten. In her ADayInTheLimelight episode, she also has a ''serious'' HeroicBSOD when Onpu makes her an ArmorPiercingQuestion regarding how much Mr. Tamaki actually loves her.]]
* Yuuna from ''MahouSenseiNegima'', as seen in chapter 174 of the manga. It starts as more of a FatherIWantToMarryMyBrother type thing, although [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v28/c253/11.html a later incident]] implies that she might be [[ParentalIncest a little too fond of him]]. Completely PlayedForLaughs, tho.

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* In the manhwa, "Ragnarok", Lord Irine is often a clam, respected, dignified, Both Ayako Nishimikado and powerful ruler, but as soon as he sees his daughter, Iris, he resorts Aria Kanbara from ''Manga/AkatsukiNoAria'' want to passionate hugging, baby talk and constant spoiling of his daughter, at least be this to their common father, even when his wife Aria is not looking.
* April Eagle/Marianne Louvre and Commander Eagle/Charles Louvre from ''Anime/SaberRiderAndTheStarSheriffs''/''Anime/SeiJuushiBismarck''.
* From ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', there is [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething Princess Amelia]], who adores and admires her father [[LargeHam Phillionel]]. It helps that her mother was killed when she was young and her sister ran away because of it.
* Rally Vincent from ''GunsmithCats''. Rally does not fit the trope exactly because she's a Daddy's Girl who's since grown up, although she still keeps the same passions for the things that her father taught her about. However, the character Jeena Smart (introduced in Chapter 44 of the manga) is
[[HeroicBastard an entirely conventional Daddy's Girl.
%%* Ena Ayase in ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}''.
* Reika Tamaki in ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi''.
illegitimate child]]. [[spoiler: Kind of Aria is a deconstruction, once we learn subversion, as it turns out she is ''not'' Mr. Nishimikado's daughter; her actual dad is a foreigner man that one of Nishimikado knew years ago, and she sets out to find him after she learns the reasons why she's such a SpoiledBrat is how [[ParentsAsPeople her dad]], in a well-intentioned but very ill-advised move [[MyGreatestFailure born from guilt]], spoils her completely rotten. In her ADayInTheLimelight episode, she also has a ''serious'' HeroicBSOD when Onpu makes her an ArmorPiercingQuestion regarding how much Mr. Tamaki actually loves her.truth.]]
* Yuuna Annie Leonhart from ''MahouSenseiNegima'', as seen in chapter 174 of ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', though implied to be a rather dark example. Her feelings for her father are....[[FreudianExcuse complicated]], to say the manga. It starts as more of a FatherIWantToMarryMyBrother type thing, although [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v28/c253/11.html a later incident]] implies least. Deep affection is tainted by the fact he put her through TrainingFromHell and encouraged her to believe that HumansAreBastards.
* ''Manga/BladeOfTheImmortal'' has an extreme example in Ryo, the illegitimate daughter of disgraced samurai lord [[KnightTemplar Habaki Kagimura]]. Having a bastard child in such a rigid, honor-bound tradition as the samurai caste is a big taboo, so Ryo understands what it means for a man of her father's station to acknowledge her as his own. She responds to his necessarily distant but very real affection by dedicating herself to training as a swordsman, so
she might be [[ParentalIncest better follow and serve him. Other characters have mentioned how single-minded [[OedipusComplex Ryo's obsession]] with defending Habaki and his reputation is, [[{{Foreshadowing}} with one character noting that such a complex relationship cannot end well]].
%%* Road Kamelot of ''Manga/DGrayMan''.
* Ibuki Momoi, ''Anime/{{Dai Guard}}'''s navigator, is shown to have been this before her father died during the first [[{{Kaiju}} Heterodyne]] attack.
* From ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. Kogoro Mouri may exasperate his daughter Ran with his constant drinking, womanizing, and over all laziness, but if you call him a lousy detective or take away his business, she'll [[http://imageshack.us/f/545/rano.jpg/ do this.]] On the other hand, Kogoro is pretty much an OverprotectiveDad and [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass one of the best ways to make him act competent]] is to [[PapaWolf look at his
little too fond girl in anything similar to a wrong way.]]
** [[TsunDere Kazuha Touyama]] is the apple
of him]]. Completely PlayedForLaughs, tho.her father [[DaChief Ginshirou]]'s eye, and even when she's [[ActionGirl pretty capable of protecting herself when needed]]... '''Heaven help''' anyone who dares be rude to her. Once Heiji rudely refused Kazuha's suggestion to take a break from police work and immediately found himself at the receiving end of the ''mother'' of {{death glare}}s from Ginshirou.
* From ''Manga/DragonBall'', Chi-Chi with her father, the Ox-King.
** In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Gohan's girlfriend ([[spoiler:and later wife]]) Videl is sort-of like this to her dad, Mr. Satan/Hercule.
** Bra/Bulla from ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' has her father [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Vegeta]] wrapped around her little finger - a stark contrast with how he treats his son Trunks.



%%* Road Kamelot of ''DGrayMan''.
* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Gohan's girlfriend ([[spoiler:and later wife]]) Videl is sort-of like this to her dad, Mr. Satan/Hercule.
** From ''Manga/DragonBall'', don't forget Goku's wife, Chi-Chi with her father, the Ox-King.
** Bra/Bulla from ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' has her father [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Vegeta]] wrapped around her little finger - a stark contrast with how he treats his son Trunks.

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%%* Road Kamelot of ''DGrayMan''.
* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Gohan's girlfriend ([[spoiler:and later wife]]) Videl is sort-of like this Elysia Hughes to her dad, Mr. Satan/Hercule.
** From ''Manga/DragonBall'', don't forget Goku's wife, Chi-Chi with her father, the Ox-King.
** Bra/Bulla from ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' has
her father [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Vegeta]] wrapped around Maes, in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist.''
* Rally Vincent from ''Manga/GunsmithCats''. Rally does not fit the trope exactly because she's a Daddy's Girl who's since grown up, although she still keeps the same passions for the things that
her little finger - a stark contrast with how he treats his son Trunks.father taught her about. However, the character Jeena Smart (introduced in Chapter 44 of the manga) is an entirely conventional Daddy's Girl.



* Ibuki Momoi, ''Anime/{{Dai Guard}}'''s navigator, is shown to have been this before her father died during the first [[{{Kaiju}} Heterodyne]] attack.
* [=ChibiUsa=]/Rini of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is a perfect example, monopolizing her future father Mamoru/Darian's time and fighting over him with her future mother Usagi/Serena. Her unfortunate transformation into Black Lady even twists her innocent need for approval and love for Mamoru into a vision of her kissing him ([[Anime/SailorMoon anime]]) and her actually taking him hostage and kissing him ([[Manga/SailorMoon manga]]). Even in the future, [=ChibiUsa=] appears to have a more normal relationship with her father Endymion; while she loves her mother Neo-Queen Serenity dearly, [[WellDoneSonGuy she also idolizes her to the point of an inferiority-complex.]] Which is ''really'' not helped by [[spoiler: how Usagi/Serenity got seriously injured and then frozen in crystal in the BadFuture of Crystal Tokyo... by TakingTheBullet for Chibi-Usa during the Black Moon invasion.]]
** Usagi herself is ''very'' much a Daddy's Girl and one of the things about Mamoru she likes the most is that he ''reminds'' her of her father Kenji.
** The album ''Lunarock'' has a song called "Daddy's Girl", which could be about either Serena or Rini.

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* Ibuki Momoi, ''Anime/{{Dai Guard}}'''s navigator, [[spoiler: Tsubasa Shibahime]] from ''Manga/KareKano'' is shown to have been this before this, since her mother went the DeathByChildbirth way and her father died during the first [[{{Kaiju}} Heterodyne]] attack.
* [=ChibiUsa=]/Rini of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is a perfect example, monopolizing her future father Mamoru/Darian's time and fighting over him with her future mother Usagi/Serena. Her unfortunate transformation into Black Lady even twists her innocent need for approval and love for Mamoru into a vision of her kissing him ([[Anime/SailorMoon anime]]) and her actually taking him hostage and kissing him ([[Manga/SailorMoon manga]]). Even in the future, [=ChibiUsa=] appears to have a more normal relationship with her father Endymion; while she loves her mother Neo-Queen Serenity dearly, [[WellDoneSonGuy she also idolizes her to the point of an inferiority-complex.]] Which is ''really'' not helped by
never re-married. [[spoiler: how Usagi/Serenity got seriously injured This brings quite the trouble when Mr. Shibahime [[ParentWithNewParamour changes his mind]] and then frozen in crystal in marries an HospitalHottie who took care of Tsubasa for the BadFuture of Crystal Tokyo... by TakingTheBullet for Chibi-Usa during the Black Moon invasion.last weeks...]]
** Usagi herself is ''very'' much a Daddy's Girl and one * Yuuna from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', as seen in chapter 174 of the things about Mamoru she likes the most is manga. It starts as more of a FatherIWantToMarryMyBrother type thing, although [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v28/c253/11.html a later incident]] implies that he ''reminds'' she might be [[ParentalIncest a little too fond of him]]. Completely PlayedForLaughs, tho.
* Nina Wang in ''Anime/MaiOtome'', although it turns out that [[ParentalIncest
her of her father Kenji.
** The album ''Lunarock'' has a song called "Daddy's Girl", which could be about either Serena or Rini.
love for Sergay goes beyond daughterly love]].



* Elysia Hughes to her father Maes, in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist.''
* Nina Wang in ''Anime/MaiOtome'', although it turns out that [[ParentalIncest her love for Sergay goes beyond daughterly love]].
* From ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. Kogoro Mouri may exasperate his daughter Ran with his constant drinking, womanizing, and over all laziness, but if you call him a lousy detective or take away his business, she'll [[http://imageshack.us/f/545/rano.jpg/ do this.]] On the other hand, Kogoro is pretty much an OverprotectiveDad and [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass one of the best ways to make him act competent]] is to [[PapaWolf look at his little girl in anything similar to a wrong way.]]
** [[TsunDere Kazuha Touyama]] is the apple of her father [[DaChief Ginshirou]]'s eye, and even when she's [[ActionGirl pretty capable of protecting herself when needed]]... '''Heaven help''' anyone who dares be rude to her. Once Heiji rudely refused Kazuha's suggestion to take a break from police work and immediately found himself at the receiving end of the ''mother'' of {{death glare}}s from Ginshirou.

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* Elysia Hughes to her father Maes, Reika Tamaki in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist.''
* Nina Wang in ''Anime/MaiOtome'', although it turns out
''Anime/OjamajoDoremi''. [[spoiler: Kind of a deconstruction, once we learn that [[ParentalIncest her love for Sergay goes beyond daughterly love]].
* From ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. Kogoro Mouri may exasperate his daughter Ran with his constant drinking, womanizing, and over all laziness, but if you call him a lousy detective or take away his business, she'll [[http://imageshack.us/f/545/rano.jpg/ do this.]] On the other hand, Kogoro is pretty much an OverprotectiveDad and [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass
one of the best ways to make him act competent]] reasons why she's such a SpoiledBrat is to [[PapaWolf look at his little girl how [[ParentsAsPeople her dad]], in anything similar to a wrong way.well-intentioned but very ill-advised move [[MyGreatestFailure born from guilt]], spoils her completely rotten. In her ADayInTheLimelight episode, she also has a ''serious'' HeroicBSOD when Onpu makes her an ArmorPiercingQuestion regarding how much Mr. Tamaki actually loves her.]]
** [[TsunDere Kazuha Touyama]] is * In the apple manhwa, "Ragnarok", Lord Irine is often a clam, respected, dignified, and powerful ruler, but as soon as he sees his daughter, Iris, he resorts to passionate hugging, baby talk and constant spoiling of his daughter, at least when his wife is not looking.
* April Eagle/Marianne Louvre and Commander Eagle/Charles Louvre from ''Anime/SaberRiderAndTheStarSheriffs''/''Anime/SeiJuushiBismarck''.
* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'':
** [=ChibiUsa=]/Rini is a perfect example, monopolizing her future father Mamoru/Darian's time and fighting over him with her future mother Usagi/Serena. Her unfortunate transformation into Black Lady even twists her innocent need for approval and love for Mamoru into a vision of her kissing him ([[Anime/SailorMoon anime]]) and her actually taking him hostage and kissing him ([[Manga/SailorMoon manga]]). Even in the future, [=ChibiUsa=] appears to have a more normal relationship with her father Endymion; while she loves her mother Neo-Queen Serenity dearly, [[WellDoneSonGuy she also idolizes her to the point of an inferiority-complex.]] Which is ''really'' not helped by [[spoiler: how Usagi/Serenity got seriously injured and then frozen in crystal in the BadFuture of Crystal Tokyo... by TakingTheBullet for Chibi-Usa during the Black Moon invasion.]]
** Usagi herself is ''very'' much a Daddy's Girl and one of the things about Mamoru she likes the most is that he ''reminds'' her
of her father [[DaChief Ginshirou]]'s eye, Kenji.
** The album ''Lunarock'' has a song called "Daddy's Girl", which could be about either Serena or Rini.
* From ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', there is [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething Princess Amelia]], who adores
and even admires her father [[LargeHam Phillionel]]. It helps that her mother was killed when she's [[ActionGirl pretty capable of protecting herself when needed]]... '''Heaven help''' anyone who dares be rude to her. Once Heiji rudely refused Kazuha's suggestion to take a break from police work she was young and immediately found himself at the receiving end her sister ran away because of the ''mother'' of {{death glare}}s from Ginshirou.it.



* [[spoiler: Tsubasa Shibahime]] from ''Manga/KareKano'' is this, since her mother went the DeathByChildbirth way and her father never re-married. [[spoiler: This brings quite the trouble when Mr. Shibahime [[ParentWithNewParamour changes his mind]] and marries an HospitalHottie who took care of Tsubasa for the last weeks...]]
* ''Manga/BladeOfTheImmortal'' has an extreme example in Ryo, the illegitimate daughter of disgraced samurai lord [[KnightTemplar Habaki Kagimura]]. Having a bastard child in such a rigid, honor-bound tradition as the samurai caste is a big taboo, so Ryo understands what it means for a man of her father's station to acknowledge her as his own. She responds to his necessarily distant but very real affection by dedicating herself to training as a swordsman, so she might better follow and serve him. Other characters have mentioned how single-minded [[OedipusComplex Ryo's obsession]] with defending Habaki and his reputation is, [[{{Foreshadowing}} with one character noting that such a complex relationship cannot end well]].
* Annie Leonhart from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', though implied to be a rather dark example. Her feelings for her father are....[[FreudianExcuse complicated]], to say the least. Deep affection is tainted by the fact he put her through TrainingFromHell and encouraged her to believe that HumansAreBastards.
* Both Ayako Nishimikado and Aria Kanbara from Manga/AkatsukiNoAria want to be this to their common father, even when Aria is [[HeroicBastard an illegitimate child]]. [[spoiler: Aria is a subversion, as it turns out she is ''not'' Mr. Nishimikado's daughter; her actual dad is a foreigner man that Nishimikado knew years ago, and she sets out to find him after she learns the truth.]]

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* [[spoiler: Tsubasa Shibahime]] from ''Manga/KareKano'' is this, since her mother went the DeathByChildbirth way and her father never re-married. [[spoiler: This brings quite the trouble when Mr. Shibahime [[ParentWithNewParamour changes his mind]] and marries an HospitalHottie who took care of Tsubasa for the last weeks...]]
* ''Manga/BladeOfTheImmortal'' has an extreme example
%%* Ena Ayase in Ryo, the illegitimate daughter of disgraced samurai lord [[KnightTemplar Habaki Kagimura]]. Having a bastard child in such a rigid, honor-bound tradition as the samurai caste is a big taboo, so Ryo understands what it means for a man of her father's station to acknowledge her as his own. She responds to his necessarily distant but very real affection by dedicating herself to training as a swordsman, so she might better follow and serve him. Other characters have mentioned how single-minded [[OedipusComplex Ryo's obsession]] with defending Habaki and his reputation is, [[{{Foreshadowing}} with one character noting that such a complex relationship cannot end well]].
* Annie Leonhart from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', though implied to be a rather dark example. Her feelings for her father are....[[FreudianExcuse complicated]], to say the least. Deep affection is tainted by the fact he put her through TrainingFromHell and encouraged her to believe that HumansAreBastards.
* Both Ayako Nishimikado and Aria Kanbara from Manga/AkatsukiNoAria want to be this to their common father, even when Aria is [[HeroicBastard an illegitimate child]]. [[spoiler: Aria is a subversion, as it turns out she is ''not'' Mr. Nishimikado's daughter; her actual dad is a foreigner man that Nishimikado knew years ago, and she sets out to find him after she learns the truth.]]
''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}''.



%%* Pizzazz from the Misfits in ''JemAndTheHolograms''.



* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' series:
** The villain Killer Moth had a spoiled brat daughter named Kitten who interrupted his plans to conquer the city to make Robin take her to prom.
** Trigon tried to hold this over Raven in the 4th season finale, if only to make a cruel point that she's his biological daughter.
--->'''Trigon''': No matter what you do, you'll always be ''daddy's little girl.''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' series:
** The villain Killer Moth had a spoiled brat daughter named Kitten who interrupted his plans to conquer
''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'': Despite her constantly manipulative and trollish nature, Louise still admires and respects her father.
* Numbuh 86 from ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' despite her father being
the city to make Robin take her to prom.
** Trigon tried to hold this over Raven in the 4th season finale, if only to make a cruel point that she's his biological daughter.
--->'''Trigon''': No matter what you do, you'll always be ''daddy's little girl.''
villainous Mr. Boss.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Lisa. While her father is a complete idiot and often manages to embarrass her, she still loves him no matter what. Examples: "In Lisa's Wedding", she stops her own wedding because her British fiance was disgusted with her family (that, and he wasn't wearing her father's cufflinks. Which look like pigs.) Homer even - not once, twice - sacrificed buying an air conditioner for his family to buy Lisa a new saxophone. ''And'' he sold his ride on the Duff Blimp to enter her in a beauty pageant when she was suffering from a lack of self-esteem. Several times, she comes to realize this and loves him back.
** Maggie. In fact, her first (and thus far only, not counting non-canon episodes) spoken word throughout the series was "daddy". "And Maggie Makes Three" was very sweet when Homer was worried about having a third baby in the family, but the minute he saw her, she won his heart. Even more so since Maggie's been the only one who called him "daddy" as a baby instead of "Homer".
* Sasha Caylo from ''WesternAnimation/TitanMaximum''. Like the Pizzazz example above, her father is also unable to deal with her bullshit and just throws money at her to keep her out of his hair.
* Karai from the second ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' series has a huge blind spot when it comes to her father, Oroku Saki (a.k.a. series BigBad the Shredder), which overlaps with MyMasterRightOrWrong; even knowing the full extent of his crimes, she'll try her damnedest to keep him from harm, even if that means fighting her friends.



%%* All ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', but especially Bubbles.
* Numbuh 86 from ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' despite her father being the villainous Mr. Boss.
* There are a handful of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episodes which suggest that Candace has this relationship with her stepfather, Lawrence. They enter a father-daughter contest together and he teaches her to drive, among other situations. Unlike her mom, he doesn't think Candace is crazy and is actually aware of Phineas and Ferb's antics. He doesn't stop them, but she loves him anyway.
** Vanessa, to Doofenshmirtz. Their father-daughter relationship is somewhat strained, Doof being an incredibly embarrassing OverprotectiveDad who's divorced from Vanessa's mom, but she clearly cares a whole lot about him.
*** Doofenshmirtz goes to crazy lengths to make his daughter happy, even if he's wrong about what would make her happy. The one slam dunk he made was finding a Mary MacGuffin doll for years after Vanessa had given up looking for one and she was so happy she sang a song about how he's "Not so bad a dad after all."

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%%* All ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', but especially Bubbles.
* Numbuh 86 from ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' despite Belinda, the mayor's daughter, on ''WesternAnimation/EllaTheElephant''. She constantly mentions her father being to the villainous Mr. Boss.
* There are a handful
other characters, dotes on him, and is also fond of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episodes which suggest reminding the other characters that Candace has this he's the mayor.
%%* Princess Kneesaa from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ewoks}}''.
* Pistol on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' just loves her daddy, Pete, mainly because he's willing to spoil her a lot of the time and lets her get away with bratty behavior her mother doesn't tolerate.
* Mabel's
relationship with her stepfather, Lawrence. They enter a father-daughter contest together and he teaches great-uncle Stan in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' resembles this trope. Stan is gruff at first, but as the series progresses it becomes increasingly clear that she has him wrapped around her to drive, among other situations. Unlike her mom, he doesn't think Candace is crazy and is actually aware of Phineas and Ferb's antics. He doesn't stop them, but she loves him anyway.
** Vanessa, to Doofenshmirtz. Their father-daughter relationship is somewhat strained, Doof being an incredibly embarrassing OverprotectiveDad who's divorced from Vanessa's mom, but she clearly cares a whole lot about him.
*** Doofenshmirtz goes to crazy lengths to make his daughter happy, even if he's wrong about what would make her happy. The one slam dunk he made was finding a Mary MacGuffin doll for years after Vanessa had given up looking for one and she was so happy she sang a song about how he's "Not so bad a dad after all."
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* Pistol on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' just loves her daddy, Pete, mainly because he's willing to spoil her a lot of the time and lets her get away with bratty behavior her mother doesn't tolerate.
* ''SofiaTheFirst'': While Princess Amber was initially resentful of how her stepsister Princess Sofia was [[GreenEyedMonster more liked than her]] by practically everyone, it didn't help matters she saw her father giving Sofia a family heirloom as a welcome gift.
* Margaret from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''. The trope name is her phone's password and when we finally meet her father, they're shown to have been very close since she was a child.
* Ilana from ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan''. She talks about he used to call her "my darling" and goes through a slight HeroicBSOD when she has nightmares of him dying.
* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'': Despite her constantly manipulative and trollish nature, Louise still admires and respects her father.
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* Mabel's relationship with her great-uncle Stan in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' resembles this trope. Stan is gruff at first, but as the series progresses it becomes increasingly clear that she has him wrapped around her little finger.
* Belinda, the mayor's daughter, on ''WesternAnimation/EllaTheElephant''. She constantly mentions her father to the other characters, dotes on him, and is also fond of reminding the other characters that he's the mayor.

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* Mabel's ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''.
** Diamond Tiara is one of only two fillies paying attention to her dad's presentation during "Family Appreciation Day". Indeed, she hangs on his every word with an adoring look on her face.
** Plaid Stripes. Her father basically forces Rarity to hire her, and when Applejack turns down her idea of "spoon clothes," she goes right to him, and he wastes no time giving Applejack an earful.
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':
** Vanessa to Doofenshmirtz. Their father-daughter relationship is somewhat strained, Doof being an incredibly embarrassing OverprotectiveDad who's divorced from Vanessa's mom, but she clearly cares a whole lot about him.
*** Doofenshmirtz goes to crazy lengths to make his daughter happy, even if he's wrong about what would make her happy. The one slam dunk he made was finding a Mary MacGuffin doll for years after Vanessa had given up looking for one and she was so happy she sang a song about how he's "Not so bad a dad after all."
** There are a handful of episodes which suggest that Candace has this
relationship with her great-uncle Stan stepfather, Lawrence. They enter a father-daughter contest together and he teaches her to drive, among other situations. Unlike her mom, he doesn't think Candace is crazy and is actually aware of Phineas and Ferb's antics. He doesn't stop them, but she loves him anyway.
%%* All ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', but especially Bubbles.
* Margaret from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''. The trope name is her phone's password and when we finally meet her father, they're shown to have been very close since she was a child.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Lisa. While her father is a complete idiot and often manages to embarrass her, she still loves him no matter what. Examples: "In Lisa's Wedding", she stops her own wedding because her British fiance was disgusted with her family (that, and he wasn't wearing her father's cufflinks. Which look like pigs.) Homer even - not once, twice - sacrificed buying an air conditioner for his family to buy Lisa a new saxophone. ''And'' he sold his ride on the Duff Blimp to enter her
in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' resembles a beauty pageant when she was suffering from a lack of self-esteem. Several times, she comes to realize this trope. Stan is gruff at first, but as and loves him back.
** Maggie. In fact, her first (and thus far only, not counting non-canon episodes) spoken word throughout
the series progresses it becomes increasingly clear that was "daddy". "And Maggie Makes Three" was very sweet when Homer was worried about having a third baby in the family, but the minute he saw her, she has won his heart. Even more so since Maggie's been the only one who called him wrapped around "daddy" as a baby instead of "Homer".
* ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'': While Princess Amber was initially resentful of how
her little finger.
* Belinda, the mayor's daughter, on ''WesternAnimation/EllaTheElephant''. She constantly mentions
stepsister Princess Sofia was [[GreenEyedMonster more liked than her]] by practically everyone, it didn't help matters she saw her father to the other characters, dotes on him, and is also fond of reminding the other characters that he's the mayor.giving Sofia a family heirloom as a welcome gift.


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* Ilana from ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan''. She talks about he used to call her "my darling" and goes through a slight HeroicBSOD when she has nightmares of him dying.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' series:
** The villain Killer Moth had a spoiled brat daughter named Kitten who interrupted his plans to conquer the city to make Robin take her to prom.
** Trigon tried to hold this over Raven in the 4th season finale, if only to make a cruel point that she's his biological daughter.
--->'''Trigon''': No matter what you do, you'll always be ''daddy's little girl.''
* Karai from the second ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' series has a huge blind spot when it comes to her father, Oroku Saki (a.k.a. series BigBad the Shredder), which overlaps with MyMasterRightOrWrong; even knowing the full extent of his crimes, she'll try her damnedest to keep him from harm, even if that means fighting her friends.
* Sasha Caylo from ''WesternAnimation/TitanMaximum''. Like the Pizzazz example above, her father is also unable to deal with her bullshit and just throws money at her to keep her out of his hair.
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* TalesOfVesperia: Judith's father was the [[spoiler: inventor of the Hermes blastia, and flew around the world on Ba'ul with Judith. In a dialogue with Yuri aboard the Fiertia, Judith says that her father has a huge influence on her, and she misses him a great deal.]]

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* TalesOfVesperia: VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia: Judith's father was the [[spoiler: inventor of the Hermes blastia, and flew around the world on Ba'ul with Judith. In a dialogue with Yuri aboard the Fiertia, Judith says that her father has a huge influence on her, and she misses him a great deal.]]
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** Literature/PippiLongstocking is very close to her father Ephraim, a pirate captain. Of course, it helps that her mother died when she was a baby, so she would only know come to her father. But there still is a very close connection between them.

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** Literature/PippiLongstocking is very close to fond of her father Ephraim, a pirate captain. Of course, it helps that her mother died when she was a baby, so she would only know come to know her father. But there still is a very a close connection between them.



** Literature/RonjaTheRobbersDaughter is very close to her mother Lovis too, but still, it is her relationship with her father Mattis, that is the heart of the story. They do have a big falling out, but they still really love each other and reconcile in the end.

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** Literature/RonjaTheRobbersDaughter is very close to her mother Lovis too, but still, it is it's her relationship with her father Mattis, that is the heart of the story. They do have a big falling out, but they still really love each other and reconcile in the end.
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* Creator/AstridLindgren was herself a Daddy's girl to her father Samuel August, and quite a few of her characters are this as well:
** Literature/PippiLongstocking is very close to her father Ephraim, a pirate captain. Of course, it helps that her mother died when she was a baby, so she would only know come to her father. But there still is a very close connection between them.
** Literature/{{Madicken}} is the [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] older sister, who has developed a growing sense of social justice. So there is no wonder that she has a very special relationship with her socialist father, who happens to also be more lenient than her more uptight mother is.
** Literature/RonjaTheRobbersDaughter is very close to her mother Lovis too, but still, it is her relationship with her father Mattis, that is the heart of the story. They do have a big falling out, but they still really love each other and reconcile in the end.
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