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14th May '18 3:45:01 PM caivu
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* Honor Guest, aka ComicBook/TheSilencer, is of Polynesian descent and has naturally blonde hair.
10th May '18 10:48:18 PM Kurogane7
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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Killer Bee, his brother the Raikage, and some other people from the Hidden Cloud Village seem to have dark skin and white hair. (Omoi, Killer Bee, and the Raikage are all depicted in color splash pages with pale blonde hair).

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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Killer Bee, his brother the Raikage, and some other people from the Hidden Cloud Village seem to have dark skin and white hair. (Omoi, Killer Bee, and the Raikage are all depicted in color splash pages with pale blonde hair). Some like Karui on the other hand, fall under the category of DarkSkinnedRedHead.
17th Apr '18 8:35:42 PM SilverInferno3
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** [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/shokugeki_akira.jpg Hayama Akira]] also fits this to a degree, although his hair is actually silvery-white rather than blonde, but the trope still applies. Also note his bright green eyes.


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* Xehanort, Ansem Seeker of Darkness, and Xemnas of ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' all sport a signature look of dark skin, silver hair and golden eyes.
17th Apr '18 2:38:21 PM dotchan
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* Proof that this trope is OlderThanYouThink, ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'' (which draws more from folk legends than actual history) describes Zhuge Liang's wife Huang Yueying as dark-skinned and pale-haired--[[UnbuiltTrope and thus, by Chinese beauty standards, ugly as sin]].
1st Apr '18 11:01:09 AM Lullabee
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Cousin of the DarkSkinnedRedhead, opposite of RavenHairIvorySkin and the EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette. If the series is matching HairColors to personalities, the Dark-Skinned Blond is often a DumbBlonde if female (whereas the DarkSkinnedRedhead is often hotheaded). The trope may have some relation to the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganguro Ganguro]] fashion trend that took over Japan for part of TheNineties, consisting of bleached hair and an artificial tan. There are also many Dark-Skinned Blond males, though there aren't really any discernible stereotypes associated with them in Japanese works, except that bleached hair is often seen as a sign of delinquency.

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Cousin of the DarkSkinnedRedhead, opposite of RavenHairIvorySkin and the EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette. If the series is matching HairColors to personalities, the Dark-Skinned Blond is often a DumbBlonde if female (whereas the DarkSkinnedRedhead is often hotheaded). The trope may have some relation to the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganguro Ganguro]] fashion trend that took over Japan for part of TheNineties, consisting of bleached hair and an artificial tan. There are also many Dark-Skinned Blond males, though there aren't really any discernible stereotypes associated with them in Japanese works, except that [[DelinquentHair bleached hair hair]] is often seen as a sign of delinquency.
[[JapaneseDelinquents delinquency]].
30th Mar '18 12:39:28 AM Abodos
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** Many of the Gorons in the series have fair hair (or rather, rock formations that they carve into "haircuts") in addition to having dark yellowish-brown skin.

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** Many of the Gorons in the series have fair hair (or rather, rock formations that they carve into "haircuts") in addition to having dark yellowish-brown skin. This is especially true in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', where you encounter Gorons with nearly pitch-black skin but the same light hair as the others.
8th Mar '18 4:56:22 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* Musume Ronshaku and her friends from ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', as part of their GyaruGirl fashion style, though it's likely to be artificial.
5th Mar '18 12:21:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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* There's an ''entire culture'' of characters with dark skin and fair hair in ''SuikodenTierkreis'': the Magedom of Janam. Plotting the personalities and appearances of [[ProperLady Manaril]], [[TheWisePrince Shams]], [[KnightInShiningArmor Asad]], and sundry supported characters between the Dark-Skinned Blond and the DarkSkinnedRedhead is an exercise left to the reader, but the end result is undeniable: Janam and its swarthy, light-haired natives seem downright [[IncrediblyLamePun ''otherworldly'']].

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* There's an ''entire culture'' of characters with dark skin and fair hair in ''SuikodenTierkreis'': ''VideoGame/SuikodenTierkreis'': the Magedom of Janam. Plotting the personalities and appearances of [[ProperLady Manaril]], [[TheWisePrince Shams]], [[KnightInShiningArmor Asad]], and sundry supported characters between the Dark-Skinned Blond and the DarkSkinnedRedhead is an exercise left to the reader, but the end result is undeniable: Janam and its swarthy, light-haired natives seem downright [[IncrediblyLamePun ''otherworldly'']].
22nd Feb '18 11:29:19 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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The trope also shows up with some frequency in Western works (either animated or live action), where it will either take the form of a very tan-skinned blond or a non light skinned person with bleached hair. These characters will often play the role of either TheDitz (often a ValleyGirl) or the JerkJock; in fact, the "arrogant, tanned, blond villain" has been a stock character in ProfessionalWrestling almost from its inception (see below). More benign examples may appear as {{Surfer Dude}}s since you can easily acquire a tan from extended exposure to the sun on the beach.

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The trope also shows up with some frequency in Western works (either animated or live action), where it will either take the form of a very tan-skinned blond or a non light skinned person with bleached hair. These characters will often play the role of either TheDitz (often a ValleyGirl) or the JerkJock; in fact, the "arrogant, tanned, blond villain" has been a stock character in ProfessionalWrestling almost from its inception (see below). More benign examples may appear as {{Surfer Dude}}s Dude}}s, since you can easily acquire a gnarly tan from extended exposure to the sun on the beach.
20th Feb '18 4:20:36 AM OrangenChan
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Tia Harribel, the Tercera Espada (third most powerful Arrancar) in the service of Lord Aizen.

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Tia Tier Harribel, the Tercera Espada (third most powerful Arrancar) in the service of Lord Aizen.


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** In the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' remake, ''Echoes: Shadows of Valentia'', Boey is given white hair and has a skin tone a shade or two darker than most of the other characters.
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