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15th Jun '18 2:30:10 PM MasterN
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As for the animals, they will all be [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute cute]] in most examples. This usually does not extend to AlwaysChaoticEvil species, and virtually never towards the villain. Sometimes it does, though, developing some very interesting hero-villain interactions. Sometimes the heroine [[TheBeastmaster has such influence over the wild creatures that they will perform small tasks for her.]] In the case of gods or saints, [[FertileFeet flowers will spring up at their feet]].

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As for the animals, they will all be [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute cute]] in most examples. This usually does not extend to AlwaysChaoticEvil species, and virtually never towards the villain.BigBad. Sometimes it does, though, developing some very interesting hero-villain interactions. Sometimes the heroine [[TheBeastmaster has such influence over the wild creatures that they will perform small tasks for her.]] In the case of gods or saints, [[FertileFeet flowers will spring up at their feet]].
15th Jun '18 2:28:43 PM MasterN
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A character, often but not AlwaysFemale and the hero of the piece, is shown to be almost supernaturally innocent, sweet, altruistic, or any combination thereof, by the way that [[WoodlandCreatures all manner of wild forest creatures]] flock to her. Deer will shyly eat out of her hand, chipmunks will frolic at her feet, and birds will alight on her finger, shoulder or head (and not void their bowels while doing so). If the character is male (usually in reference to St. Francis of Assisi being the patron saint of animals) he will instead be shown as wise, calm and kind-hearted. Any other person approaching will break the spell and send the timid woodland animals fleeing, but not before they witness the supernatural wonder of his or her loving heart in action.

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A character, often but not AlwaysFemale and the hero {{The Hero}}(ine) of the piece, is shown to be almost supernaturally innocent, sweet, altruistic, or any combination thereof, by the way that [[WoodlandCreatures all manner of wild forest creatures]] flock to her. Deer will shyly eat out of her hand, chipmunks will frolic at her feet, and birds will alight on her finger, shoulder or head (and not void their bowels while doing so). If the character is male (usually in reference to St. Francis of Assisi being the patron saint of animals) he will instead be shown as wise, calm and kind-hearted. Any other person approaching will break the spell and send the timid woodland animals fleeing, but not before they witness the supernatural wonder of his or her loving heart in action.
10th Jun '18 12:51:35 PM LavonPapillon1
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* In ''Fanfic/AWandForSteven'', Steven is the only character who's friendly demeanor transcends his own house, being happily invited to the other house's tables for lunch.
2nd Jun '18 3:41:04 PM Ninamarie124
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* ''Disney/SofiaTheFirst''; the fact that her Amulet lets her talk to them helps.

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* ''Disney/SofiaTheFirst''; ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'': the fact that her Amulet lets her talk to them helps.
26th May '18 11:58:08 AM ReconditePanine
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* The gnomes from Literature/BaldmoneySneezewortDodderAndCloudberry, especially Dodder.
20th May '18 4:00:00 AM Maxwell99
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** ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', naturally since he was raised [[FarmBoy on a farm]] Clark loves a lot of animals: dogs like Hank (The Kent's dog) and Krypto the ''Superdog'' as well as horses like Comet the ''Superhorse''. Supes even [[FluffyTamer keeps]] alien creatures in containers inside the Fortress of Solitude since his [[ThouShallNotKill "no-killing"]] code "usually" keeps from harming anything even if they invade Earth. However the same cannot be said for the poor Kryptonian dragon, Superman encountered in ComicBook/New52 who Clark killed mercilessly.

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** ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'', naturally since he was raised [[FarmBoy on a farm]] Clark loves a lot of animals: dogs like Hank (The Kent's dog) and Krypto the ''Superdog'' as well as horses like Comet the ''Superhorse''. Supes even [[FluffyTamer keeps]] alien creatures in containers inside the Fortress of Solitude since his [[ThouShallNotKill "no-killing"]] no-killing]] code "usually" keeps from harming anything even if they invade Earth. Earth.
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However the same cannot be said for the poor Kryptonian space dragon, which Superman encountered in ComicBook/New52 who Clark killed mercilessly.



*** It's important to note at this time Wolverine swore he never harm anyone again [[spoiler: since he been [[MercyKill forced]] had to kill Jean but losing his bear buddy is enough to set him off.

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*** It's important to note at this time Wolverine swore he never harm anyone again [[spoiler: since he been [[MercyKill forced]] had to kill Jean but losing his bear buddy is enough to set him off.off]].
20th May '18 3:49:28 AM Maxwell99
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** Damian Wayne of all people is this, developing an animal-collecting habit. He has a dog (Titus), a cat (Alfred), a cow (Bat-Cow), and a weird big red demon thing. He declared himself a vegetarian after adopting Bat-Bow, who now alternates between the Batcave and the manor grounds and has stopped at least one bad guy.



*** [[spoiler: There's [[TearJerker tear jerking]] moment in a Whatif scenario where Catwoman after living a life time with married to Batman finds a kitten in the Batmobile after Bruce dies of old age. On the kitten's collar there's a final [[DeadManWriting letter]] from "''the Bat to the Cat''"]].

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*** [[spoiler: There's [[TearJerker tear jerking]] moment in a Whatif WhatIf scenario where Catwoman after living a life time with married to Batman finds a kitten in the Batmobile after Bruce dies of old age. On the kitten's collar there's a final [[DeadManWriting letter]] from "''the Bat to the Cat''"]].



** Damian Wayne of all people is this, developing an animal-collecting habit. He has a dog (Titus), a cat (Alfred), a cow (Bat-Cow), and a weird big red demon thing. He declared himself a vegetarian after adopting Bat-Bow, who now alternates between the Batcave and the manor grounds and has stopped at least one bad guy.
20th May '18 3:45:04 AM Maxwell99
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** Chopper is a friend to (almost) all living creatures, fitting since as a talking Reindeer [[RidiculouslyCuteCritters he's one of them]] though since he ate the Human-Human fruit he technically belongs to both species, Chopper's animals communication ability also is very useful for the heroes at times. Chopper dislikes carnivorous creatures however.

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** Chopper is a friend to (almost) all living creatures, fitting since as a talking Reindeer [[RidiculouslyCuteCritters [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter he's one of them]] though since he ate the Human-Human fruit he technically belongs to both species, Chopper's animals communication ability also is very useful for the heroes at times. Chopper dislikes carnivorous creatures however.



*** Ashitaka is more up-beat version of this, he rides elk and hesitates before killing the demon boar that attacks his village and gets a [[EvilHand cursed arm]] as result. Even when his cursed arm urges him to kill the Forest Spirit, he plunges his arm to water resisting to murderous intent, Ashitaka earns the respect of Moro, San and the other wolves and animals though the Boar God Okkoto is pissed when the Forest Spirit chooses to revive Ashitaka since he is a human.

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*** Ashitaka is more up-beat version of this, he rides elk and hesitates before killing the demon boar that attacks his village and gets a [[EvilHand cursed arm]] as result. Even when his cursed arm urges him to kill the Forest Spirit, he plunges his arm to into water resisting to the murderous intent, Ashitaka earns the respect of Moro, San and the other wolves and animals though the Boar God Okkoto is pissed when the Forest Spirit chooses to revive Ashitaka since ''since he is a human.human''.
20th May '18 3:39:26 AM Maxwell99
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** Apis from the {{Filler}} Warship island arc, her Devil Fruit power Whisper-Whisper Fruit grants her [[SpeaksFluentAnimal the ability to talk to them]], so naturally she befriends [[FluffyTamer a dragon]].



** Nefeltari Vivi as Princess of course is this trope, besides from her constant companion Carue the massive spot-billed duck she adores the creatures of her kingdom except the extremely dangerous ones; Vivi is also very protective of them as she knocked Luffy, Zoro and Sanji down when they tried to eat the Sea Cat as the creature scared is to her culture.
** Chopper is a friend to (almost) all living creatures, fitting since as a talking Reindeer [[RidiculouslyCuteCritters he's one of them]] though since he ate the Human-Human fruit he technically belongs to both species, Chopper's animals communication ability also is very useful for the heroes at times. Chopper dislikes carnivorous creatures however.



** The titular and fierce ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'' aka San is dark and tragic version of this trope, having been thrown at feet of [[NobleWolf Moro the Wolf God]] by her parents she was [[RaisedByWolves raised]] as part of the wolf pack. San despises her own kind and ferociously attacks the [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans]] who hurt the forest and animals, not until [[TheHero Ashitaka]] shows up does she change her mind about at least one human. [[spoiler: At the movie San refuses to return to humanity despite loving Ashitaka as the humans killed Forest Spirit and though she and Ashitaka returned peace to the land San says she will never forgive the human race]].

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** The titular and fierce ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'' aka San is dark and tragic version of this trope, having been thrown at feet of [[NobleWolf Moro the Wolf God]] by her parents she was [[RaisedByWolves raised]] as part of the wolf pack. San despises her own kind and ferociously attacks the [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans]] who hurt the forest and animals, not until [[TheHero Ashitaka]] shows up does she change her mind about at least one human. [[spoiler: At the end of the movie San refuses to return to humanity despite loving Ashitaka as the humans killed Forest Spirit and though she and Ashitaka returned peace to the land San says she will never forgive the human race]].
17th May '18 2:11:50 PM DiamondJim
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* ''Series/WonderWoman'': Wonder Woman talks with dogs and birds several times. In "The Girl from Ilandia", she gives telepathic commands to the eponymous Ilandian's rescued dog, Tiger. He is apparently imbued by Wonder Woman with the intelligence to understand fairly complex orders and carry them out. Tiger even tracks down [[SecretIdentity Diana Prince]] rather than Wonder Woman, [[TheNoseKnows although he did it by scent]].
--> '''Wonder Woman:''' Tiger, you take care of her and if she's in trouble you come and find me. Understand?
--> '''Tiger:''' ''barks (and later carries out these orders to the letter)''
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