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24th Feb '18 2:35:50 PM Drope
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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'': Benson is just slightly ahead of Muscle Man for the title of most important character after the main duo, Mordecai and Rigby.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'': Benson is just slightly ahead of Muscle Man for the title of most important character after the main duo, Mordecai and Rigby. In the last season, however, this role goes to Pops.
23rd Feb '18 6:43:35 PM PaulA
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* Lois Lane in [Film/SupermanTheMovie Superman I]], Film/SupermanII and Film/SupermanReturns, Gus Gorman in Film/SupermanIII and Lacy Warfield in Film/SupermanIV, with Superman/Clark Kent as the main protagonist of the series. In ''Film/ManOfSteel'', Lois returns to being this, while [[PosthumousCharacter Jor-El]] is the tritagonist in this case.
* Zaltar in Supergirl, with Kara/Supergirl as the main protagonist and Ethan as the tritagonist.

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* Lois Lane in [Film/SupermanTheMovie Superman I]], Film/SupermanII ''Film/SupermanTheMovie'', ''Film/SupermanII'' and Film/SupermanReturns, ''Film/SupermanReturns'', Gus Gorman in Film/SupermanIII ''Film/SupermanIII'' and Lacy Warfield in Film/SupermanIV, ''Film/SupermanIVTheQuestForPeace'', with Superman/Clark Kent as the main protagonist of the series. In ''Film/ManOfSteel'', Lois returns to being this, while [[PosthumousCharacter Jor-El]] is the tritagonist in this case.
* Zaltar in Supergirl, ''Film/{{Supergirl}}'', with Kara/Supergirl as the main protagonist and Ethan as the tritagonist.
23rd Feb '18 5:10:04 AM Skyblade743
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** The Custom Character has taken up this mantel in ''VideoGame/SonicForces'', going as far to [[spoiler:save the entire Resistance from an artificial sun.]]
20th Feb '18 12:09:16 PM rossbparks
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* Luv in ''Film/BladeRunner2049'' depending on your perspective. We have a distorted point of view from K that Luv is psychotic and loyal to Wallace, but from Luv's possible perspective, K is a Blade Runner who murders her own kind and has been assigned to kill the child of Rachel and Deckard. She is also clearly disturbed by Wallace's actions and like K has the ability to lie unlike most of the other Replicants. It is possible that she is trying to save the baby from both Wallace and K, and sees herself as the Messiah for the Replicants.
9th Feb '18 5:54:05 PM Drope
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*** Amethist becomes by far the most prominent gem during Season 3, even getting to [[spoiler:fuse with Steven]].
9th Feb '18 5:46:33 PM Drope
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** In regards to Mordecai and Rigby, both are in fact equally as important as the other, with Mordecai having plotlines regarding his love life while Rigby gets far more CharacterDevelopment plots due to being a more flawed character. In-universe though, Rigby is viewed as this to Mordecai, solely because the latter is more mature and sane.

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** In regards to Mordecai and Rigby, both are in fact equally as important as the other, with Mordecai having plotlines regarding his love life while Rigby gets far more CharacterDevelopment plots due to being a more flawed character. In-universe though, Rigby is viewed as this to Mordecai, solely because the latter is the more mature and sane.adult of the two.
9th Feb '18 5:44:47 PM Drope
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** In regards to Mordecai and Rigby, both are in fact equally as important as the other, with Mordecai having plotlines regarding his love life while Rigby gets far more CharacterDevelopment plots due to being a more flawed character. In-universe though, Rigby is viewed as this to Mordecai, solely because the latter is more mature and sane.
9th Feb '18 5:31:31 PM Drope
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** Katsuki Bakugou plays this role to Midoriya. They are the only two characters who receive consitent focus through all arcs of the manga, while the other main characters, Iida, Uraraka and Todoroki are prone to falling OutOfFocus in some arcs. Bakugou is also the only one Midoriya told to that his Quirk is actually borrowed and has consistently gone through CharacterDevelopment.
** All Might is the most important character in the setting as a whole, as his relationship with Midoriya and his own story are both major focuses in most of the series. The main villain group are also more personally connected to All Might than any other hero character, even Midoriya.

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** Katsuki Bakugou plays this role to Midoriya. They are the only two characters who receive consitent consistent focus through all arcs of the manga, while the other main characters, Iida, Uraraka and Todoroki are prone to falling OutOfFocus in some arcs. Bakugou is also the only one Midoriya told to that his Quirk is actually borrowed and has consistently gone through CharacterDevelopment.
** All Might is the most important character in the setting as a whole, as his relationship with Midoriya and his own story are both major focuses in for most of the series. The main villain group are also more personally connected to All Might than any other hero character, even Midoriya.
9th Feb '18 5:29:51 PM Drope
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* ''Manga/BokuNoHeroAcademia'':
** Katsuki Bakugou plays this role to Midoriya. They are the only two characters who receive consitent focus through all arcs of the manga, while the other main characters, Iida, Uraraka and Todoroki are prone to falling OutOfFocus in some arcs. Bakugou is also the only one Midoriya told to that his quirk is actually borrowed and has consistently gone through CharacterDevelopment.
** The Tritagonist role is juggled between character among arcs, with [[TheAce Todoroki]], [[ClassRepresentative Iida]], [[ActionGirl Uraraka]] and [[WorldsBestWarrior Mirio]] all having held the role at least once. In the big scheme of things, however, All Might serves as this, as he mentors Midoriya (and several other students including Bakugou). While Midoriya and Bakugou's story however is of how they rise as heroes, All Might faces the unavoidable and approaching end of his career and possibly even of his life.


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* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'':
** Katsuki Bakugou plays this role to Midoriya. They are the only two characters who receive consitent focus through all arcs of the manga, while the other main characters, Iida, Uraraka and Todoroki are prone to falling OutOfFocus in some arcs. Bakugou is also the only one Midoriya told to that his Quirk is actually borrowed and has consistently gone through CharacterDevelopment.
** All Might is the most important character in the setting as a whole, as his relationship with Midoriya and his own story are both major focuses in most of the series. The main villain group are also more personally connected to All Might than any other hero character, even Midoriya.
** The Tritagonist role is juggled between character among arcs, with [[TheAce Todoroki]], [[ClassRepresentative Iida]], [[ActionGirl Uraraka]] and [[WorldsBestWarrior Mirio]] all having held the role at least once.
9th Feb '18 5:23:03 PM Drope
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':[[TheLancer Jake the shape-shifting dog]] plays this with his adoptive brother Finn, while [[BigGood Princess Bubblegum]], serves as the tritagonist. Ice King and Marceline are tetragonists.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':[[TheLancer ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'': [[TheLancer Jake the shape-shifting dog]] plays this with his adoptive brother Finn, while [[BigGood Princess Bubblegum]], serves as the tritagonist. Ice King and Marceline are tetragonists.
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