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25th Jul '16 11:58:18 AM Someoneman
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* As of chapter 57 of ''Manga/BlackButler'', Elizabeth Middleford proved how much she deserves the [[BadassFamily Middleford title]] [[spoiler:by initially trying to hide her badass side because she didn't want Ciel to see her [[CuteBruiser "uncute"]] side, but when he is [[DistressedDude injured and unable to save her]], Elizabeth [[WaifFu leaps into the air and stabs down]] the zombies with [[DualWielding swords in both hands]]. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome "This time, I will protect you!"]] [[KnightInShiningArmor Indeed]].]]

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* As of chapter 57 of ''Manga/BlackButler'', Elizabeth Middleford proved how much she deserves the [[BadassFamily Middleford title]] [[spoiler:by initially trying to hide her badass side because she didn't want Ciel to see her [[CuteBruiser "uncute"]] side, but when he is [[DistressedDude injured and unable to save her]], Elizabeth [[WaifFu leaps into the air and stabs down]] the zombies with [[DualWielding swords in both hands]]. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome "This time, I will protect you!"]] you!" [[KnightInShiningArmor Indeed]].]]



** Near the beginning of the episode ''[[Recap/LupinIIIS2E145 "Albatross: Wings of Death"]]'', Prof. Lumbach kidnaps Fujiko and holds her hostage. Lupin and the others to attempt to rescue her, but she saves them the trouble by freeing herself and winds up saving ''them'' [[AwesomeMoments when she single-handedly takes over the plane]] ([[http://youtu.be/N__e_0KrqtE?t=7m21s at 7:21-8:47]])!

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** Near the beginning of the episode ''[[Recap/LupinIIIS2E145 "Albatross: Wings of Death"]]'', Prof. Lumbach kidnaps Fujiko and holds her hostage. Lupin and the others to attempt to rescue her, but she saves them the trouble by freeing herself and winds up saving ''them'' [[AwesomeMoments when she single-handedly takes over the plane]] plane ([[http://youtu.be/N__e_0KrqtE?t=7m21s at 7:21-8:47]])!



* In ''Series/DaiSentaiGoggleFive'': The enemy loves targeting [[TheChick Miki Momozono/Goggle Pink]] [[MonsterMisogyny to be attacked or sorts]], causing her allies to knock the attacker for her but on the other hand, she can take care of herself and proves her smarts in outwitting the enemies culminating in a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Moment Of Awesome]] where she got off from a DeathTrap of a burning book... ''alone''.

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* In ''Series/DaiSentaiGoggleFive'': The enemy loves targeting [[TheChick Miki Momozono/Goggle Pink]] [[MonsterMisogyny to be attacked or sorts]], causing her allies to knock the attacker for her but on the other hand, she can take care of herself and proves her smarts in outwitting the enemies culminating in a [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Moment Of Awesome]] where she got getting off from a DeathTrap of a burning book... ''alone''.



** Yuna from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', the sweet, shy, innocent summoner is kidnapped a couple of times and both times lead to a [[Awesome/FinalFantasyX Crowning Moment of Awesome]] on her part. [[spoiler: Escaping on her own just as her rescuers arrive and then attempting to send Seymour at the forced marriage; when that fails she jumps off a roof and escapes on an aeon.]]

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** Yuna from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', the sweet, shy, innocent summoner is kidnapped a couple of times and both times lead to a [[Awesome/FinalFantasyX Crowning Moment of Awesome]] on her part.but pulls this trope off. [[spoiler: Escaping on her own just as her rescuers arrive and then attempting to send Seymour at the forced marriage; when that fails she jumps off a roof and escapes on an aeon.]]



** Disney/{{Be|autyAndTheBeast}}lle pulls this trope off again when Xaldin kidnaps her and the rose, and forces Beast to [[SadisticChoice choose]]. [[spoiler: She elbows Xaldin in the gut and [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome grabs the rose before running back.]]]]

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** Disney/{{Be|autyAndTheBeast}}lle pulls this trope off again when Xaldin kidnaps her and the rose, and forces Beast to [[SadisticChoice choose]]. [[spoiler: She elbows Xaldin in the gut and [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome and grabs the rose before running back.]]]]]]
24th Jul '16 8:41:18 AM Alia_of
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* [[TheProtagonist]] Cecile de Troyes from ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy''. She's seventeen and slight of build, but she is also intelligent, clever, has an older brother who taught her how to pick locks with a hairpin - not to mention a powerful witch, which means that more often than not she can get out of trouble on her own.

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* [[TheProtagonist]] [[TheProtagonist Cecile de Troyes Troyes]] from ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy''. She's seventeen and slight of build, but she is also intelligent, clever, has an older brother who taught her how to pick locks with a hairpin - not to mention a powerful witch, which means that more often than not she can get out of trouble on her own.
24th Jul '16 8:40:47 AM Alia_of
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* [[TheProtagonist]] Cecile de Troyes from ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy''. She's seventeen and slight of build, but she is also intelligent, clever, has an older brother who taught her how to pick locks with a hairpin - not to mention a powerful witch, which means that more often than not she can get out of trouble on her own.
18th Jul '16 5:18:48 PM LentilSandEater
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** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100319 Lampshaded]]; nobody else was stupid enough to try and kidnap a professional hero's angry sister.

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** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100319 Lampshaded]]; DefiedTrope]]; nobody else was stupid enough to try and kidnap a professional hero's angry sister.
14th Jul '16 2:55:16 AM Doug86
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''''VideoGame/FireEmblem''
4th Jul '16 8:19:50 PM JackG
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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Donald Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, then {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]

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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Donald Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, then {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then Whereupon the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]
4th Jul '16 8:18:49 PM JackG
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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Donald Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]

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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Donald Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and then {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]
4th Jul '16 8:17:56 PM JackG
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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Daffy Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]

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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Daffy Donald Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]
4th Jul '16 8:17:36 PM JackG
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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWoman. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Daffy Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]

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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWoman.MarsNeedsWomen. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Daffy Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]
4th Jul '16 8:17:02 PM JackG
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* A sequence in the ''[[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disneyland]]'' episode "Mars and Beyond" parodies pulp SpaceOpera, introducing TheHero (a pipe-smoking egghead) and his SexySecretary who gets kidnapped by a robot because MarsNeedsWoman. She endures numerous perils while fleeing an assortment of hideous aliens [[RuleOfFunny and Daffy Duck]], all while the supposed 'hero' of the story is obliviously puffing away on his pipe, pondering arcane equations. Finally she dons a superheroine costume, outwits the Martians with her cunning, and {{jetpack}}s back to Earth and the office just in time to take a letter from her egghead boss stating that in his opinion there is no life on Mars. [[TemptingFate Then the robot appears and abducts him instead.]]
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