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* If she was not busy {{bro|kenBird}}oding, [[Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure Yuri Tsukikage/Cure Moonlight]] gets along very well to children that's below junior high age and is protective on them, a sign that she's not just your typical AloofAlly. When she warms up and eventually join the team, there's also an episode where the team got into a daycare, and Yuri absolutely stole the 'caring' spotlight from the owner, tending and getting along with the children better than her. This unfortunately causes the owner to get turned into a Desertrian.

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* If she was not busy {{bro|kenBird}}oding, [[Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure Yuri Tsukikage/Cure Moonlight]] gets along very well to with children that's that're below junior high age and is protective on of them, a sign that she's not just your typical AloofAlly. When she warms up and eventually join joins the team, there's also an episode where the team got get into a daycare, and Yuri absolutely stole steals the 'caring' spotlight from the owner, tending and getting along with the children better than her. This unfortunately causes the owner to get turned into a Desertrian.



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* {{Franchise/Batman}}. He's not the touchy-feely sort that usually dominates this trope, but he definitely seems to have shades of it--possibly because his own childhood was cut off in such a nightmarish manner.

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* {{Franchise/Batman}}. He's not the touchy-feely sort that usually dominates this trope, but he definitely seems to have shades of it--possibly it -- possibly because his own childhood was cut off in such a nightmarish manner.



** He shows similar tendencies in the graphic novel ''Comicbook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' and several other sources; most likely due to his orphaning at such a young age. He does NOT like people to mess with kids.

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** He shows similar tendencies in the graphic novel ''Comicbook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' and several other sources; sources, most likely due to his orphaning at such a young age. He does NOT like people to mess with kids.



** In the ''[[ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand No Man's Land]]'' novel, he tells Gordon that he won't interfere if [[spoiler:he kills Joker. Joker just shot Sarah, Gordon's wife. However, he also just kidnapped and violently endangered 30-something babies]]. In that same arc, Poison Ivy also fulfills this trope. She takes over the Gotham City Park, but winds up [[PetTheDog making it a refuge for all the children orphaned in the earthquake]]. When the police try to force her out, and are willing to destroy the whole place if they have to in order to defeat her monstrous plants she [[spoiler:[[Heartwarming/BatmanNoMansLand eventually turns herself in without a fight so that one of the children can get urgently needed medical attention]]]].
** Batman practically runs an orphanage with the way he keeps taking on kids under his [[{{Pun}} wing.]] The list includes: [[BigBrotherMentor Dick/Robin/Nightwing]], [[HandicappedBadass Barbara/Batgirl/Oracle]], [[MiddleChildSyndrome Jason/Robin II]], [[BadassBookworm Tim/Robin III/Red Robin]], [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Damian/Robin V]], [[TechnicalPacifist Cassandra/Batgirl II]], and [[PluckyGirl Stephanie/Spoiler/Robin IV/Batgirl III]]. Even in the world of ''The Dark Knight Returns'', where [[FromBadToWorse it got worse]] with Dick, Batman still has Carrie Kelly as Robin "DKR." Cynics might point out that all of the aforementioned kids Batman takes in become Robin or/and Batgirl at some point, but Batman has fostered kids temporarily and returned them to normal life. Possibly the best known example of this is in the "You Should've Seen Him" story (Batman #423). Batman finds a brother and sister orphan pair dumpster diving to survive, and works as Bruce to reunite them with a surviving relative. In most cases, the kids ''insist'' on joining Batman's crimefighting crusade over his protests. He provides them training, support, and equipment to maximize their chances of survival.

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** In the ''[[ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand No Man's Land]]'' novel, he tells Gordon that he won't interfere if [[spoiler:he kills Joker. Joker, Joker having just shot Sarah, Gordon's wife. However, he also just kidnapped and violently endangered 30-something babies]]. In that same arc, Poison Ivy ComicBook/PoisonIvy also fulfills this trope. She takes over the Gotham City Park, but winds up [[PetTheDog making it a refuge for all the children orphaned in the earthquake]]. When the police try to force her out, and are willing to destroy the whole place if they have to in order to defeat her monstrous plants she [[spoiler:[[Heartwarming/BatmanNoMansLand eventually turns herself in without a fight so that one of the children can get urgently needed medical attention]]]].
** Batman practically runs an orphanage with the way he keeps taking on kids under his [[{{Pun}} wing.]] The list includes: [[BigBrotherMentor Dick/Robin/Nightwing]], [[HandicappedBadass Barbara/Batgirl/Oracle]], [[MiddleChildSyndrome Jason/Robin II]], [[BadassBookworm Tim/Robin III/Red Robin]], [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Damian/Robin V]], [[TechnicalPacifist Cassandra/Batgirl II/Orphan II]], and [[PluckyGirl Stephanie/Spoiler/Robin IV/Batgirl III]]. Even in the world of ''The Dark Knight Returns'', where [[FromBadToWorse it got worse]] with Dick, Batman still has Carrie Kelly as Robin "DKR." Cynics might point out that all of the aforementioned kids Batman takes in become Robin or/and Batgirl at some point, but Batman has fostered kids temporarily and returned them to normal life. Possibly the best known example of this is in the "You Should've Seen Him" story (Batman #423). Batman finds a brother and sister orphan pair dumpster diving to survive, and works as Bruce to reunite them with a surviving relative. In most cases, the kids ''insist'' on joining Batman's crimefighting crusade over his protests. He provides them training, support, and equipment to maximize their chances of survival.



** It usually involves his seeing them as his own kids that he was unable to protect. In one of his more awesome moments, he's tasked with retrieving a little girl in Russia whose blood contains an experimental supervirus along another Special Forces guy, slaughtering the Russians sent to prevent that from happening. After he escapes (in a nuclear missile), he boards the pickup submarine and refuses to let anyone approach her, resulting in the virus decaying until it's unusable. When Frank is greeted by a large army unit and the general behind the operation, the soldiers are rather iffy about shooting him. Then Nick Fury (who gave him the mission in the first place) stands next to Frank, and the soldiers give up.
** In another story, Frank is just getting ready to snipe a crime boss from a shooter's nest he'd set up in an alley off Times Square when he hears a noise and turns around to see a little girl asking if he can please help her find her dad. Frank's on a tight schedule because the crime boss won't be in the open for long, but stows his gun immediately and helps the girl. While walking through Times Square he holds her hand, lets her ride on his shoulders, buys her a doll, and keeps her very close. Even when he has to take his eyes off her in order to check his target, he always asks her a question to get her talking so that her voice will let him know where she is. This whole time, he is having ''very'' strong flashback memories to being with his own daughter before she died. When they finally find her father in an area that's a little off the beaten path, they run to each other. The dad looks up to Frank, thanking him profusely and saying that he'd just looked away from her for a minute, then just about ''shits his pants'' when he realizes he's looking a scarred, heavily muscled and grim-faced man who's wearing a skull t-shirt and unslinging a sniper rifle. Frank tells the man to stand up and hold still, then uses his shoulder to rest his rifle in order to get a better shot at the crime boss. Frank shoots the crime boss while the man tightly hugs his daughter in order to keep her from seeing what is going on. His mission accomplished and the girl safe, he stows his rifle back under his coat and starts to walk away. Then he pauses, turns around, and tells her father one last thing: "Never look away, ''not even for a minute.''"

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** It usually involves his seeing them as his own kids that he was unable to protect. In one of his more awesome moments, he's tasked with retrieving a little girl in Russia whose blood contains an experimental supervirus along with another Special Forces guy, slaughtering the Russians sent to prevent that from happening. After he escapes (in a nuclear missile), he boards the pickup submarine and refuses to let anyone approach her, resulting in the virus decaying until it's unusable. When Frank is greeted by a large army unit and the general behind the operation, the soldiers are rather iffy about shooting him. Then Nick Fury (who gave him the mission in the first place) stands next to Frank, and the soldiers give up.
** In another story, Frank is just getting ready to snipe a crime boss from a shooter's nest he'd set up in an alley off Times Square when he hears a noise and turns around to see a little girl asking if he can please help her find her dad. Frank's on a tight schedule because the crime boss won't be in the open for long, but stows his gun immediately and helps the girl. While walking through Times Square he holds her hand, lets her ride on his shoulders, buys her a doll, and keeps her very close. Even when he has to take his eyes off her in order to check his target, he always asks her a question to get her talking so that her voice will let him know where she is. This whole time, he is having ''very'' strong flashback memories to being with his own daughter before she died. When they finally find her father in an area that's a little off the beaten path, they run to each other. The dad looks up to Frank, thanking him profusely and saying that he'd just looked away from her for a minute, then just about ''shits his pants'' when he realizes he's looking at a scarred, heavily muscled and grim-faced man who's wearing a skull t-shirt and unslinging a sniper rifle. Frank tells the man to stand up and hold still, then uses his shoulder to rest his rifle in order to get a better shot at the crime boss. Frank shoots the crime boss while the man tightly hugs his daughter in order to keep her from seeing what is going on. His mission accomplished and the girl safe, he stows his rifle back under his coat and starts to walk away. Then he pauses, turns around, and tells her father one last thing: "Never look away, ''not even for a minute.''"



* Franchise/{{Superman}}, in spades. {{Kid hero}}es, like all three Robins, think Superman is extremely cool because he never talks down to them the way many heroes do to their grown-up pals' "sidekicks". Pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}} (and in a few of the myriad of ComicBook/PostCrisis retcons), it might stem from Superman having once been a KidHero himself (as ComicBook/{{Superboy}}).

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}, in spades. {{Kid hero}}es, like all the first three Robins, think Superman is extremely cool because he never talks down to them the way many heroes do to their grown-up pals' "sidekicks". Pre-ComicBook/{{Crisis|on Infinite Earths}} (and in a few of the myriad of ComicBook/PostCrisis retcons), it might stem from Superman having once been a KidHero himself (as ComicBook/{{Superboy}}).



** Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} has a tendency to take on a mentor/big-brother role to the younger members of the team. Starting with Kitty Pryde, then Jubilee, and then Comicbook/{{X 23}} and Armour, as well as a Team up with the Comicbook/PowerPack and 5-year-old Katie Power. All his mentoring storylines were combined into Rogue for ''Film/XMen1''. Case in point, when his rivalry with Cyclops boiled over in ''Schism'' and they came to blows, it was over the issue of getting the younger X-Men involved in combat (most specifically, involving Laura and Elixir in X-Force); with Cyclops willing to allow it but Wolverine dead-set against it. In the wake of the event, Wolverine took his half of the X-Men and re-established the school for young mutants that the group originally had been.
** ComicBook/EmmaFrost was a villain for years. The main thing that led to her HeelFaceTurn, and her chief saving grace, is that she cares deeply about any children placed in her care--partly because her own childhood was lousy, but mainly because she feels overwhelming guilt for the death of the Hellions, the Hellfire Club's answer to the Comicbook/NewMutants, who were under her command when they died. She even snapped and killed her older sister, Adrienne, after she caused the death of Synch, one of Emma's students from ''ComicBook/GenerationX''.

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** Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} has a tendency to take on a mentor/big-brother role to the younger members of the team. Starting with Kitty Pryde, then Jubilee, and then Comicbook/{{X 23}} and Armour, as well as a Team team up with the Comicbook/PowerPack and 5-year-old Katie Power. All his mentoring storylines were combined into Rogue for ''Film/XMen1''. Case in point, when his rivalry with Cyclops boiled over in ''Schism'' and they came to blows, it was over the issue of getting the younger X-Men involved in combat (most specifically, involving Laura and Elixir in X-Force); with Cyclops willing to allow it but Wolverine dead-set against it. In the wake of the event, Wolverine took his half of the X-Men and re-established the school for young mutants that the group originally had been.
** ComicBook/EmmaFrost was a villain for years. The main thing that led to her HeelFaceTurn, and her chief saving grace, is that she cares deeply about any children placed in her care--partly care -- partly because her own childhood was lousy, but mainly because she feels overwhelming guilt for the death of the Hellions, the Hellfire Club's answer to the Comicbook/NewMutants, who were under her command when they died. She even snapped and killed her older sister, Adrienne, after she caused the death of Synch, one of Emma's students from ''ComicBook/GenerationX''.



** Seeley Booth of is very fond of children and doesn't take lightly to cases involving child death or child abuse (this makes sense as he was physically abused by his dad.)

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** Seeley Booth of is very fond of children and doesn't take lightly to cases involving child death or child abuse (this makes sense as he was physically abused by his dad.)



* The Halliwell's on ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' are all shown to be very fond of children, such as when they willingly take in an abandoned infant to protect him from a vengeful ghost, and being open and supportive of their young neighbor Jenny for the short time she lived next door. Other examples include Prue going to the rescue of a young witch when he signals for help and acts as a guardian and mentor. Piper helps a young fire starter to accept and learnt to control his magic while protecting him from demonic bounty hunters. Paige worked for Child Services and was shown to be very affected by the plight of some of her cases. But of them all Phoebe seemed to be the most compassionate, comforting a hospital bound boy, getting a little girl being hunted by trolls to safety and using her empathy to understand her infant nephews struggles.

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* The Halliwell's Halliwells on ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' are all shown to be very fond of children, such as when they willingly take in an abandoned infant to protect him from a vengeful ghost, and being open and supportive of their young neighbor Jenny for the short time she lived next door. Other examples include Prue going to the rescue of a young witch when he signals for help and acts as a guardian and mentor. Piper helps a young fire starter to accept and learnt to control his magic while protecting him from demonic bounty hunters. Paige worked for Child Services and was shown to be very affected by the plight of some of her cases. But of them all Phoebe seemed to be the most compassionate, comforting a hospital bound boy, getting a little girl being hunted by trolls to safety and using her empathy to understand her infant nephews struggles.



** Very little is known of the mysterious Zaphikiel, the mightiest of [[CouncilOfAngels the Hebdomad]] and one of the most powerful of celestial beings. One thing that ''is'' known about him is that he takes custody the souls of murdered infants and those that died as a result of miscarriage, faithfully protecting what he sees as innocence in purest form.

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** Very little is known of the mysterious Zaphikiel, the mightiest of [[CouncilOfAngels the Hebdomad]] and one of the most powerful of celestial beings. One thing that ''is'' known about him is that he takes custody of the souls of murdered infants and those that died as a result of miscarriage, faithfully protecting what he sees as innocence in purest form.
16th Feb '18 10:50:53 AM XFllo
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** Despite his JerkassFacade, one of the best ways to get Ichigo [[KnightTemplarBigBrother really mad]] at you [[HotBlooded really fast]] is to pick on a little kid, and that applies pretty equally to humans, ghosts, and Hollows; witness his protectiveness of Nel in the Hueco Mundo arc. He's also a lot less gruff and snarky than usual around young children.

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** Despite his JerkassFacade, him pretending to be a jerk, one of the best ways to get Ichigo [[KnightTemplarBigBrother really mad]] at you [[HotBlooded really fast]] is to pick on a little kid, and that applies pretty equally to humans, ghosts, and Hollows; witness his protectiveness of Nel in the Hueco Mundo arc. He's also a lot less gruff and snarky than usual around young children.



* David Fisher from ''Series/SixFeetUnder'' is great with kids, for instance he immediately bonds with Kieth's niece Taylor, he's glad whenever he can hold a baby or Barb's children immediately take a liking to him. Little Michaela is clearly troubled and tells him she's glad to have him in her family, and he replies he's glad to have her in his family as well. He's also distressed when an insensitive woman scolds her daughter who cries for her deceased alcoholic father when they went to arrange a funeral. He ''longs'' to have kids of his own because he's a family man.
** In the final season, he and Keith adopt two boys.

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* David Fisher from ''Series/SixFeetUnder'' is great with kids, for instance he immediately bonds with Kieth's niece Taylor, he's glad whenever he can hold a baby or Barb's children immediately take a liking to him. Little Michaela is clearly troubled and tells him she's glad to have him in her family, and he replies he's glad to have her in his family as well. He's also distressed when an insensitive woman scolds her daughter who cries for her deceased alcoholic father when they went to arrange a funeral. He ''longs'' to have kids of his own because he's a family man.
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man. In the final season, he and Keith adopt two boys.
6th Feb '18 11:01:52 PM ZeroSD
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* Although one couldn't exactly call him a "friend" to children, Don Rafael Montero from ''Film/TheMaskOfZorro'' [[WouldntHurtAChild demands that all the children be removed from the courtyard where he's ordered several executions to take place]].
6th Feb '18 1:22:54 PM MasterFuzzy
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** [[RedBaron "Gentleman"]] Johnny Marcone is a ruthless and highly ambitious [[TheMafia mafia boss]], who is usually all about business and profit. Harm a child on his turf, however, and he will spare no expense in tracking you down and murdering you until you ''die''. You should count yourself lucky if he stops there.

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** [[RedBaron "Gentleman"]] Johnny Marcone is a ruthless and highly ambitious [[TheMafia mafia boss]], who is usually all about business and profit. Every book he's in has at least one mention of his evil acts and a reminder of how he's a cold, ruthless man who ''earned'' his place [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority at the head of Chicago's crime scene]]. Harm a child on his turf, however, and he will spare no expense in tracking you down and murdering you until you ''die''. You should count yourself lucky if he stops there.
27th Jan '18 9:10:55 AM DaibhidC
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* Xan the witch in ''The Girl Who Drank The Moon'', who dedicates herself to saving the babies the people of the Protectorate inexplicably leave in the woods to die once a year. (The Protectorate are under the impression they're sacrificing a child to the evil witch so she won't attack them.)

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* Xan the witch in ''The Girl Who Drank The the Moon'', who dedicates herself to saving the babies the people of the Protectorate inexplicably leave in the woods to die once a year. (The Protectorate are under the impression they're sacrificing a child to the evil witch so she won't attack them.)
27th Jan '18 9:10:12 AM DaibhidC
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* Xan the witch in ''The Girl Who Drank The Moon'', who dedicates herself to saving the babies the people of the Protectorate inexplicably leave in the woods to die once a year. (The Protectorate are under the impression they're sacrificing a child to the evil witch so she won't attack them.)
27th Jan '18 12:58:04 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': Emil, who has more than a few traits of JerkWithAHeartOfGold, is quite doting his three BrattyHalfPint younger cousins. In return, his cousins are very happy to get a surprise visit from him and very disappointed when he has to leave almost as soon as he came.

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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': Emil, who has more than a few traits of JerkWithAHeartOfGold, is quite doting towards his three BrattyHalfPint younger cousins. In return, his cousins are very happy to get a surprise visit from him and very disappointed when he has to leave almost as soon as he came.
25th Jan '18 7:46:03 AM RedScharlach
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* Subverted by a one off villain from ''Comicbook/GhostRider''. She had a good reputation with children and many of them came over to her house to play. How she kept this reputation when kids kept disappearing isn't explained. [[spoiler: After being crippled she sells her soul to a demon that she uses to hunt down more children.]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}'' loves babies and [[CuteKitten kittens.]] This is exaggerated in [[Film/{{Hellboy}} the movies]], but he's just a squishy NiceGuy. Who doesn't see many children and is adorably awkward when he does interact with them; usually on the order of 'hey, kid, don't do that. You'll die.

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* Subverted by a one off one-off villain from ''Comicbook/GhostRider''. She had a good reputation with children and many of them came over to her house to play. How she kept this reputation when kids kept disappearing isn't explained. [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After being crippled she sells her soul to a demon that she uses to hunt down more children.]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}'' loves babies and [[CuteKitten kittens.]] This is exaggerated in [[Film/{{Hellboy}} the movies]], but he's just a squishy NiceGuy. Who doesn't see many children and is adorably awkward when he does interact with them; usually on along the order lines of 'hey, "hey, kid, don't do that. You'll that, you'll die."



** Joshua, a.k.a. [[spoiler: Jesus]], in the sequel, who's gently, kindly, and helps talk Harry through a lot of his problems, specifically stating - when Harry notes that he could be doing more important things - that he will never have anything more important to do than comfort a child in pain. Considering who he really is, this is not particularly surprising.

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** Joshua, a.k.a. [[spoiler: Jesus]], in the sequel, who's gently, gentle, kindly, and helps talk Harry through a lot of his problems, specifically stating - when Harry notes that he could be doing more important things - that he will never have anything more important to do than comfort a child in pain. Considering who he really is, this is not particularly surprising.



* Tarma, from the ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Vows and Honor]]'' series by Creator/MercedesLackey. According to Kethry, children have run up to Tarma for protection while their merc unit is storming a town ... and gotten it. She is probably one of the top three non-magical badasses in the series and has a voice like a chain smoker, a face like an angry hawk, and a bond with her goddess that renders her effectively asexual. She rides a really scary looking horse, and is always accompanied by a sentient being who looks like a giant wolf. And she still has an instant rapport with children, whether for playing, protection, or nurturing. Fortunately, [[HeterosexualLifePartners Kethry]] produces plenty of kids for her to help raise during their teaching careers.

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* Tarma, from the ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Vows and Honor]]'' series by Creator/MercedesLackey. According to Kethry, children have run up to Tarma for protection while their merc unit is storming a town ...town... and gotten it. She is probably one of the top three non-magical badasses in the series and has a voice like a chain smoker, a face like an angry hawk, and a bond with her goddess that renders her effectively asexual. She rides a really scary looking horse, and is always accompanied by a sentient being who looks like a giant wolf. And she still has an instant rapport with children, whether for playing, protection, or nurturing. Fortunately, [[HeterosexualLifePartners Kethry]] produces plenty of kids for her to help raise during their teaching careers.



** This is pretty much true of all the residents of Pretty Lake as there are mostly only children left, but special mention goes to GentleGiant, Gord, and KnightTemplar ,Melissa, for taking care of the youngest children in town.

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** This is pretty much true of all the residents of Pretty Lake as there are mostly only children left, but special mention goes to GentleGiant, Gord, and KnightTemplar ,Melissa, KnightTemplar, Melissa, for taking care of the youngest children in town.



** Mr Bevis from "Mr Bevis" loves to play with the children in the street, has children Christmas Carolers come into the office and who is also building a replica of a old iron ship for a kid. His guardian angel says that this part of his personality must go if he is to be successful; in the end he decides to be the same, happier in the knowledge that he likes who he is and wouldn't want to change.

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** Mr Bevis from "Mr Bevis" loves to play with the children in the street, has children Christmas Carolers come into the office and who is also building a replica of a an old iron ship for a kid. His guardian angel says that this part of his personality must go if he is to be successful; in the end he decides to be the same, happier in the knowledge that he likes who he is and wouldn't want to change.



* Anya, the Children's Librarian in ''Webcomic/GroovyKinda'' is a legend with her storytimes. The children love her so much that their parents (and the folks who run the orphanage) are willing to overlook her 15 year old boyfriend, Jacob.

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* Anya, the Children's Librarian in ''Webcomic/GroovyKinda'' is a legend with her storytimes. The children love her so much that their parents (and the folks who run the orphanage) are willing to overlook her 15 year old 15-year-old boyfriend, Jacob.



** Princess Luna, after seeing how much the kids enjoy Nightmare Night, un-canceled it. She also helps watch over the fillies and colts of Equestria's dreams, coming into them and helping them deal with nightmares. She's done this on separate occasions for each of the Cutie Mark Crusaders, helping them overcome their doubts to become better ponies. Also in [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E10ARoyalProblem A Royal Problem]], she becomes depressed after she learns she inadvertedly caused local school fillies to be unable to raise enough money for a field trip. She even has a nightmare about it later, with one of the fillies tearfully asking her "Why don't you want us to go on our field trip?" It scared her so badly that [[GeniusBonus her teeth start to fall out]].

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** Princess Luna, after seeing how much the kids enjoy Nightmare Night, un-canceled it. She also helps watch over the fillies and colts of Equestria's dreams, coming into them and helping them deal with nightmares. She's done this on separate occasions for each of the Cutie Mark Crusaders, helping them overcome their doubts to become better ponies. Also in [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E10ARoyalProblem A Royal Problem]], she becomes depressed after she learns she inadvertedly inadvertently caused local school fillies to be unable to raise enough money for a field trip. She even has a nightmare about it later, with one of the fillies tearfully asking her "Why don't you want us to go on our field trip?" It scared her so badly that [[GeniusBonus her teeth start to fall out]].



* [[MeaningfulName Ash Firin]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' may be a horribly burned pyromaniac with a creepy voice, but when he met a little girl who was brought into Superjail by mistake, he instantly gets attached to her, throws the inmate who wanted to burn her into the incinerator and starts being his parental figure. He also inadvertedly named her Cancer (pronounced San-sehr) mistaking the medical bracelet in her arm for her name.

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* [[MeaningfulName Ash Firin]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' may be a horribly burned pyromaniac with a creepy voice, but when he met a little girl who was brought into Superjail by mistake, he instantly gets attached to her, throws the inmate who wanted to burn her into the incinerator and starts being his parental figure. He also inadvertedly inadvertently named her Cancer (pronounced San-sehr) mistaking the medical bracelet in her arm for her name.



* Similar to Jackson, Creator/LewisCarroll was very well known for spending any time he wasn't busy writing (and occasionally time he was) playing with the local children in his garden. And like Jackson, this has given rise to the rumor that his interest in them was more of a pedophillic nature as opposed to a friendly one, especially due to his collecting of naked photos of them once they were finished playing. However, it has been mostly agreed upon that it was more just part of the era of the 1800s that children often played with little to no clothes on, as few could afford play clothes and dirtying their dress clothes would ruin them. It is also reported that Carroll always asked the respective child's parents' consent before photographing them.

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* Similar to Jackson, Creator/LewisCarroll was very well known for spending any time he wasn't busy writing (and occasionally time he was) playing with the local children in his garden. And like Jackson, this has given rise to the rumor that his interest in them was more of a pedophillic pedophilic nature as opposed to a friendly one, especially due to his collecting of naked photos of them once they were finished playing. However, it has been mostly agreed upon that it was more just part of the era of the 1800s that children often played with little few to no clothes on, as few could afford play clothes and dirtying their dress clothes would ruin them. It is also reported that Carroll always asked the respective child's parents' consent before photographing them.
23rd Jan '18 6:48:02 AM Rytex
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* ''FanFic/TaleOfSolaron''. Solaron is like this all the time, despite being a large venomous {{Snake Pe|ople}}rson.
* ''Harry Potter and the Mind'', speaking of Alastor Moody, said that "little children saw through the crust and thought him wonderful -- mostly because he talked to them as equals and took them seriously when other adults dismissed them."

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* ''FanFic/TaleOfSolaron''. Solaron is like this all In ''FanFic/TheApprenticeTheStudentAndTheCharlatan'', Nova Shine gets along really well with the time, despite being a large venomous {{Snake Pe|ople}}rson.
* ''Harry Potter and
foals of Celestia's School for Gifted Unicorns. Twilight notes how tender the Mind'', speaking of Alastor Moody, said that "little children saw through the crust and thought him wonderful -- mostly because he talked to them as equals and took them seriously when other adults dismissed them."moment is, considering they came here for vastly more anger-inducing reasons.



* Elise the Indominus Rex from ''FanFic/ItsNotTheRaptorDNA'' is very gentle and caring around children, which is part of what brought her aggression level index down to [[{{Irony}} green.]] {{Justified}} by Elise having a human mind due to the human DNA used in her creation.



* ''Harry Potter and the Mind'', speaking of Alastor Moody, said that "little children saw through the crust and thought him wonderful -- mostly because he talked to them as equals and took them seriously when other adults dismissed them."
* Elise the Indominus Rex from ''FanFic/ItsNotTheRaptorDNA'' is very gentle and caring around children, which is part of what brought her aggression level index down to [[{{Irony}} green.]] {{Justified}} by Elise having a human mind due to the human DNA used in her creation.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' fanfiction series, ''FanFic/NegaverseChronicles'', the Negaverse version of Quackerjack definitely qualifies. Even after he goes crazy, harming kids angers him and he likes to make kids happy when he encounters them.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' fanfiction series, ''FanFic/NegaverseChronicles'', the Negaverse version of Quackerjack definitely qualifies. Even after he goes crazy, harming kids angers him and he likes to make kids happy when he encounters them.
* In ''Fanfic/WalkingInCircles'', [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Evelyn Trevelya]] loves children. On her third encounter with Solas, she was trying to coax an elven child out of his hiding spot and then protected him from Grieves. Her main job in the tower is to teach the younger apprentices, including secretly preparing them to survive their Harrowing. And when she becomes Herald, children in Haven flock to her with gifts of flowers and herbs which she accepts unlike everything else that she turned away.
** Itís deconstructed later when her love for children and seeing the younger mages being slaughtered or Tranquilized is what pushes her [[spoiler: to side with Solas in his plan of taking down the Veil]].


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* ''FanFic/TaleOfSolaron''. Solaron is like this all the time, despite being a large venomous {{Snake Pe|ople}}rson.
* In ''Fanfic/WalkingInCircles'', [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Evelyn Trevelya]] loves children. On her third encounter with Solas, she was trying to coax an elven child out of his hiding spot and then protected him from Grieves. Her main job in the tower is to teach the younger apprentices, including secretly preparing them to survive their Harrowing. And when she becomes Herald, children in Haven flock to her with gifts of flowers and herbs which she accepts unlike everything else that she turned away.
** Itís deconstructed later when her love for children and seeing the younger mages being slaughtered or Tranquilized is what pushes her [[spoiler: to side with Solas in his plan of taking down the Veil]].
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* Takuya Yamashiro, the Spider-Man of the [[Series/SpiderManJapan Japanese live-action series]], is shown to be good with kids and several episodes involve him helping out less fortunate children. For instance, the fifth episode of the series has him befriend an orphaned boy and donate his blood to save his life.
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