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28th Aug '17 11:45:48 AM fruitstripegum
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* Yaya Higuchi from ''Manga/{{Othello}}'' has been tollerating all her life being bullied and being toyed with by her supposed friends, without ''ever'' following her own wishes. Her cosplay hobby helped her to escape reality, but once this is discovered, she develops the Nana personality. However, since her original personality isn't aware of Nana's existence, she thinks she's going crazy and losing her memory, making her even more pitiful. [[spoiler: By the end of the manga, she learns to stand for herself.]]

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* Yaya Higuchi from ''Manga/{{Othello}}'' has been tollerating tolerating all her life being bullied and being toyed with by her supposed friends, without ''ever'' following her own wishes. Her cosplay hobby helped her to escape reality, but once this is discovered, she develops the Nana personality. However, since her original personality isn't aware of Nana's existence, she thinks she's going crazy and losing her memory, making her even more pitiful. [[spoiler: By the end of the manga, she learns to stand up for herself.]]
27th Aug '17 2:16:11 PM zoopyDoopy
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* Yugi Moto of ''Manga/YuGiOh'' starts out as one, particularly in the early episodic period. He frequently does as bullies tell him to instead of getting help, even when the situation escalates to the point when he could get hurt. One chapter has him forced to sell tickets for a bully classmate's concert. The bully classmate is a terrible singer, so Yugi can't sell a single ticket. Yugi then volunteers to take tickets from another classmate, so he has even more he can't sell. He does all this knowing not selling a ticket will earn him a beating, but promises to watch the classmate's concert himself to make up for it. Yugi growing to stand up for himself is the major arc of his character development.
25th Aug '17 5:06:22 PM GrammarNavi
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* In the universe of ''FanFic/PokémonResetBloodlines'', the spin-off ''Charmander Gaiden''- looking at the life lived by Ash's future Charizard in this new reality when he was still a Charmander- depicts Charmander as this, basically allowing his trainer Damien to treat him like his losses and failures are all his personal fault, constantly blaming himself for his perceived inability to protect his first trainer from a flock of Spearow.

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* In the universe of ''FanFic/PokémonResetBloodlines'', ''FanFic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', the spin-off ''Charmander Gaiden''- looking at the life lived by Ash's future Charizard in this new reality when he was still a Charmander- depicts Charmander as this, basically allowing his trainer Damien to treat him like his losses and failures are all his personal fault, constantly blaming himself for his perceived inability to protect his first trainer from a flock of Spearow.
17th Aug '17 9:58:07 AM WildKatGirl
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* Lily Pad from ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'' doesn't say anything if you put a plant on top of him, and keeps all his thoughts inside.
17th Aug '17 9:55:35 AM WildKatGirl
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* Lithuania in ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' seems to border on this- he's sweet, humble, obedient, and pretty happy considering how much he gets bossed about, esspecially by BadBoss Russia and [[HeterosexualLifePartners best friend]] Poland.

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* Lithuania in ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' seems to border on this- he's sweet, humble, obedient, and pretty happy considering how much he gets bossed about, esspecially especially by BadBoss Russia and [[HeterosexualLifePartners best friend]] Poland.
4th Aug '17 2:36:26 PM MarcusSLazarus
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* In the universe of ''FanFic/PokémonResetBloodlines'', the spin-off ''Charmander Gaiden''- looking at the life lived by Ash's future Charizard in this new reality when he was still a Charmander- depicts Charmander as this, basically allowing his trainer Damien to treat him like his losses and failures are all his personal fault, constantly blaming himself for his perceived inability to protect his first trainer from a flock of Spearow.
4th Aug '17 5:26:59 AM Greystone101
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* King Tommen Baratheon on ''Series/GameOfThrones'' isn't a bad king because he makes bad decisions. He's a bad king because he can't make any decisions. Virtually everyone pushes him around.

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* King Tommen Baratheon on ''Series/GameOfThrones'' isn't a bad king because he makes bad decisions. He's a bad king because he can't make any decisions. Virtually everyone pushes him around. This comes about due to the decision to [[AgeLift age]] him up from being a nine year old, where his lack of independent decision-making was understandable.
2nd Aug '17 10:40:01 AM Grudgeal
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* In ''Manga/VinlandSaga'', this is the personality of [[spoiler:Thorfinn]], a slave in the second arc living on Ketill's farm. [[spoiler:After having his [[{{Revenge}} purpose in life]] killed during the first arc]], he has simply resigned himself to a life devoid of meaning and barely emotes beyond downcast politeness.

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* In ''Manga/VinlandSaga'', this is the personality of [[spoiler:Thorfinn]], a slave in the second arc living on Ketill's farm. [[spoiler:After having his [[{{Revenge}} purpose in life]] killed during the first arc]], he has simply resigned himself to a life devoid of meaning and barely emotes beyond downcast politeness. [[spoiler:Much of the second arc involves Thorfinn finding a way out of this funk and becoming a new man.]]
2nd Aug '17 10:39:13 AM Grudgeal
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* In ''Manga/VinlandSaga'', this is the personality of [[spoiler:Thorfinn]], a slave in the second arc living on Ketill's farm. [[spoiler:After having his [[{{Revenge}} purpose in life]] killed during the first arc]], he has simply resigned himself to a life devoid of meaning and barely emotes beyond downcast politeness.
14th Jul '17 10:16:20 AM Njein
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* [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Prince Hans]]]] in ''Film/{{Frozen}}''. [[spoiler:Being the youngest of thirteen sons meant that he was an easy target for [[BigBrotherBully his older brothers (especially Rudi and Runo, who bully Hans the most) to pick on]], and [[TheBabyOfTheBunch growing up the smallest and most forgettable of his clan]] wound up being [[FreudianExcuse the source of his issues]]. He's been been the victim of countless pranks (especially where [[BigBrotherBully three of his brothers pretended he was "invisible" for]] ''[[BigBrotherBully two straight years]]''), not to mention being pummeled, thrown off moving carts or being shoved in the mud numerous times despite repeatedly asking his brothers to stop it. And in one case, they even threw ''glass'' at him just for daydreaming. Plus, his father is an extremely stone-cold and unfeeling man who regards his youngest son with nothing but utter contempt and disgust for being a "weakling" against his older sons. By the time he's a young adult, [[DespairEventHorizon Hans has already given up fighting back as it just makes their physical abuse worse]], and is forced to use violence against his father's subjects despite his objections. But by doing this, this only accelerated his father's emotional abuse even more by saying Hans should "learn a thing or two" from his brothers.]]

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* [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Prince Hans]]]] in ''Film/{{Frozen}}''. ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. [[spoiler:Being the proverbial BlackSheep of his family and the youngest of thirteen sons meant that he was an easy target for [[BigBrotherBully his older brothers (especially Rudi and Runo, who bully Hans the most) to pick on]], and [[TheBabyOfTheBunch growing up the smallest and most forgettable of his clan]] wound up being [[FreudianExcuse the source of his issues]]. He's been been the victim of countless pranks (especially where [[BigBrotherBully three of his brothers pretended he was "invisible" for]] ''[[BigBrotherBully two straight years]]''), not to mention being pummeled, thrown off moving carts or being shoved in the mud numerous times despite repeatedly asking his brothers to stop it. And in one case, they even threw ''glass'' at him just for daydreaming. Plus, his father is an extremely stone-cold and unfeeling man who regards his youngest son with nothing but utter contempt and disgust for being a "weakling" against his older sons. By the time he's a young adult, [[DespairEventHorizon Hans has already given up fighting back as it just makes their physical abuse worse]], and is forced to use violence against his father's subjects despite his objections. But by doing this, this only accelerated his father's emotional abuse even more by saying Hans should "learn a thing or two" from his brothers.]]
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