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2nd Jan '17 4:06:13 PM Xtifr
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* Sarah Gibb makes {{Rapunzel}} this in her picture book. [[spoiler:which does explain how she, and the blinded prince, survived in the wilderness; the WoodlandCreatures helped.]]

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* Sarah Gibb makes {{Rapunzel}} Literature/{{Rapunzel}} this in her picture book. [[spoiler:which does explain how she, and the blinded prince, survived in the wilderness; the WoodlandCreatures helped.]]
23rd Dec '16 12:42:16 AM Luppercus
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* Radagast the Brown in ''Film/TheHobbit'', a wizard that loves all animals and has a deep conection to them.


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** Also the wizard Radagast the Brown, he even is mentioned to have fail his mission because he loved animal too much which distracted him from fighting Sauron.
12th Dec '16 12:42:00 PM infernape612
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', Azura's son Shigure can attract woodland critters with his singing. In the Child Scramble DLC, if Azura married Takumi, their other son Kiragi can also attract woodland critters with his singing.[[spoiler:.. [[SubvertedTrope at which point he shoots them in the face with his bow.]]]]
8th Dec '16 5:03:34 AM CnHGirl
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** James interestingly enough is one of these, completely in spite of him technically being a bad guy. It probably helps that he's more of a PunchClockVillain and sucks at his job anyway. All of his Pokemon absolutely adore him, he in turn dotes on his Pokemon like a fussy dad, and on more than one occasion he has legitimately captured Pokemon just by asking them nicely if he could.
2nd Dec '16 1:28:38 PM Dravencour
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* 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 a chimera]]) 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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* 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 a chimera]]) chimera along with her dog Alexander by her own horrible father]]) 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.
18th Nov '16 7:51:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* Kusanagi in ''Manga/X1999'' (manga and TV series, the movie leaves it out) is a rare male example. A [[{{Badass}} 6-feet bulk of a paratrooper sergeant]] hearing trees talk, feeding pigeons and befriending cats.

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* Kusanagi in ''Manga/X1999'' (manga and TV series, the movie leaves it out) is a rare male example. A [[{{Badass}} 6-feet bulk of a paratrooper sergeant]] sergeant hearing trees talk, feeding pigeons and befriending cats.



* In Colleen [=McCullough=]'s ''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.

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* In Colleen [=McCullough=]'s ''Literature/MastersOfRome'' series has a {{Badass}} 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.
18th Nov '16 4:49:26 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** Harley has gone so far as to volunteer at pet shelters during the Christmas issue of her own comic. (Getting the police to help her - whether they like it or not.) Unfortunately, she sometimes doles out DisproportionateRetribution this way, such as tying up a neglectful dog owner behind her motorcycle
6th Nov '16 4:52:47 AM Clegane
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* Played straight in "Wildwood Boys" by James Carlos Blake. Bllody Bill Anderson is this to horses and dogs.

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* Played straight in "Wildwood Boys" by James Carlos Blake. Bllody Bloody Bill Anderson is this to horses and dogs.
6th Nov '16 1:51:23 AM Clegane
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* Played straight in "Wildwood Boys" by James Carlos Blake. Bllody Bill Anderson is this to horses and dogs.
16th Oct '16 3:46:47 PM Redaka
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** "The Best Night Ever" reveals that it's actually SeriousBusiness for her. She becomes determined to make friends with all the animals in the Gala's Garden [[{{Yandere}} whether they like it or not.]]
-->'''Fluttershy''': You're...going to LOVE ME!
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