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21st Jun '16 9:52:32 AM Shishkahuben
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** Jesus is also frequently associated with children and animals. Both as a child, with the barnyard animals in the manger, extending to adulthood, where He is often depicted caring for sheep, to drive the shepherd metaphor home.
30th May '16 7:32:17 AM DonaldthePotholer
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** Hareta from Diamond and Pearl Adventure actually ''lived'' with Pokémon for most of his life, and can even make a Gallade owned by Commander Saturn ''smile at him''.



** Nurse Joy from the mainstream series fits the profile, which is sort of a prerequisite, seeing as she's the Pokémon equivalent of a veterinarian. Of course, there's Ash; if a Pokémon doesn't like him right away, it usually will eventually. He's even [[PalsWithJesus befriended Arceus itself]]. Some other protagonists fit too, like Brock, who has been known to convince wild Pokémon to approach when they're hurt, and who has expressed interest in becoming a Pokémon doctor.

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* And on the Anime/{{Pokemon}} Anime side:
** Nurse Joy from the mainstream series fits the profile, Joy, which is sort of a prerequisite, seeing as she's the Pokémon equivalent of a veterinarian. veterinarian.
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Of course, there's Ash; [[TheHero Ash]]: if a Pokémon doesn't like him right away, it usually will eventually. He's even [[PalsWithJesus befriended Arceus itself]]. Some other protagonists fit too, like
** In the ''X & Y'' arc, we have [[TokenMiniMoe Bonnie]], who finds practically ''all'' Pokemon cute and would've gotten '''[[Main/TyrannosaurusRex a Tyrantrum]]''' as her second Pokemon [[YankTHeDogsChain were in not for the fact it was already owned by a research group]].
** There's also
Brock, who has been known to convince wild Pokémon to approach when they're hurt, and who has expressed interest in becoming a Pokémon doctor. doctor.
* Hareta from ''Manga/PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure'' actually ''lived'' with Pokémon for most of his life, and can even make a Gallade owned by Commander Saturn ''smile at him''.
25th May '16 10:17:11 PM Gamermaster
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* Caro of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' worked for the Wildlife Preservation Division before the events of the third season. [[AllThereInTheManual In the manga]] that showed her time there, we see her surrounded by birds she had befriended (Not in [[DefeatMeansFriendship that way]]), with her superiors talking about how her nature as a [[SummonMagic summoner]] lets her connect with animals easily.

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* Caro of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' worked for the Wildlife Preservation Division before the events of the third season. [[AllThereInTheManual In the manga]] that showed her time there, we see her surrounded by birds she had befriended (Not in [[DefeatMeansFriendship that way]]), with her superiors talking about how her nature as a [[SummonMagic summoner]] lets her connect with animals easily.
16th May '16 2:01:42 PM Doug86
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* ''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian'': In "Beyond the Black River," "Zogar boasted that he could summon wild beasts to do his bidding." Then, he inverts just about all the other traits usually associated with it.

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* ''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian'': ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'': In "Beyond the Black River," "Literature/BeyondTheBlackRiver," "Zogar boasted that he could summon wild beasts to do his bidding." Then, he inverts just about all the other traits usually associated with it.
13th May '16 11:46:29 PM Doug86
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* In Colleen [=McCullough=]'s ''MastersOfRome'' series has a {{Badass}} male example. Quintus Sertorius, a renegade Roman general and brilliant tactician possess an uncanny ability to attract and tame wild animals (including an eagle at one point.) A barbarian tribe even considers him a servant of the gods after observing him feed a skittish albino fawn from his hand.

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* In Colleen [=McCullough=]'s ''MastersOfRome'' ''Literature/MastersOfRome'' series has a {{Badass}} male example. Quintus Sertorius, a renegade Roman general and brilliant tactician possess an uncanny ability to attract and tame wild animals (including an eagle at one point.) A barbarian tribe even considers him a servant of the gods after observing him feed a skittish albino fawn from his hand.
11th May '16 1:40:34 PM erforce
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* Subverted in ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', where Cameron says this line after attempting to get a bird to land on her.

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* Subverted in ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', where Cameron says this line after attempting to get a bird to land on her.
10th Apr '16 11:24:14 AM Pokegirl15150
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* Edward Elric in ''Manga/FullMetalAlchemist''. He calls combining animals with alchemy "the most depraved sort of alchemy there is" (though that is more from their [[spoiler: traumatic experience involving Nina, an alchemist's daughter, being turned into one]]) and Al mentions that he and his brother would always bring in stray animals a lot and beg to keep them as children. Al even spends the entire episode trying to look for a place to keep the cat. When Wrath is fooling around with a mouse and trying to torture him, Ed tells him that animals aren't his play-things and makes him release it.

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* Edward Alphonse Elric in ''Manga/FullMetalAlchemist''. He calls combining animals with alchemy "the most depraved sort of alchemy there is" (though that is more from their [[spoiler: traumatic experience involving Nina, an alchemist's daughter, being turned into one]]) and Al mentions that he and his brother would always bring in stray animals a lot and beg to keep them as children. Al even spends the entire episode trying to look for a place to keep the cat. When Wrath is fooling around with a mouse and trying to torture him, Ed tells him that animals aren't his play-things and makes him release it.
6th Apr '16 1:28:13 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/SakuraWars: ''[[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove So Long, My Love]]''[='=]s Diana has a specific bond to birds; they flock to her and she can't stand to see them harmed, and faints when served Fried Chicken at a Harlem Church. Coqulicot from the third game lives in a circus and is a variation on this Trope.

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* ''VideoGame/SakuraWars: ''[[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove [[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove So Long, My Love]]''[='=]s Diana has a specific bond to birds; they flock to her and she can't stand to see them harmed, and faints when served Fried Chicken at a Harlem Church. Coqulicot from the third game lives in a circus and is a variation on has this Trope.sort of relationship with the animals under her care.
6th Apr '16 1:27:34 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/SakuraWars V''[='=]s Diana has a specific bond to birds; they flock to her and she can't stand to see them harmed, and faints when served Fried Chicken at a Harlem Church. Coqulicot from the Third Game lives in a circus and is a variation on this Trope.

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* ''VideoGame/SakuraWars V''[='=]s ''VideoGame/SakuraWars: ''[[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove So Long, My Love]]''[='=]s Diana has a specific bond to birds; they flock to her and she can't stand to see them harmed, and faints when served Fried Chicken at a Harlem Church. Coqulicot from the Third Game third game lives in a circus and is a variation on this Trope.
27th Mar '16 4:38:50 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** Numbuh One seems to have a way with animals too in "Operation: F.E.R.A.L., where he befriends [[EverythingsBetterWithMoneys a herd of Rainbow Monkeys]] (''large'' ones) and at the end of the episode, sics them on the [[TheDragon Delightful Children.]]

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** Numbuh One seems to have a way with animals too in "Operation: F.E.R.A.L., where he befriends [[EverythingsBetterWithMoneys [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys a herd of Rainbow Monkeys]] (''large'' ones) and at the end of the episode, sics them on the [[TheDragon Delightful Children.]]
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