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6th Dec '17 1:40:01 PM kazokuhouou
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* First appearing in ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys2'', The Puppet will viciously attack whoever makes the mistake of letting him out of his box. However, it is revealed in [[VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys3 the sequel]] that he was actually the BigGood all along, and was nevertheless a bit cranky from [[spoiler:being stopped from trying to save the souls trapped in the Animatronics]].

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* First appearing in ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys2'', The Puppet will viciously attack whoever makes the mistake of letting him out of his box. However, it is revealed in [[VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys3 the sequel]] that he was actually the BigGood all along, and was nevertheless a bit cranky from [[spoiler:being stopped from trying to save the souls trapped in the Animatronics]].Animatronics.]] Lefty from ''VideoGame/FreddyFazbearsPizzeriaSimulator'' will also attack the protagonist if allowed into the pizzeria, however [[spoiler:Lefty is revealed to be a disguised Puppet, and it's strongly hinted that the reason the Puppet's attacking the protagonist is a case of mistaken identity.]]
16th Nov '17 2:13:39 PM pinkdalek
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** The Fourth Doctor also had some very "alien" moments, like showing no emotion over the death of an InnocentBystander. (Though by no means the norm for him, there was still a large gap between himself and his previous, more "human" incarnations.)

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** The Fourth Doctor also had some very "alien" moments, like showing no emotion over the death of an InnocentBystander. (Though by no means the norm for him, there was still a large gap between himself and his previous, more "human" incarnations.)) Creator/RobertHolmes's primary concept for him was "Olympian detachment", which he contrasted heavily with the villains in his era (most of them being completely overinvested in minutiae, and [[EvilIsHammy hopeless at controlling their emotions]]).
31st Oct '17 1:26:18 PM TheFallofElDorado
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* CaptainSmoothAndSergeantRough (Sergeant Rough)

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* CaptainSmoothAndSergeantRough (Sergeant Rough)CaptainSmoothAndSergeantRough: The Sergeant Rough.



* DrillSergeantNasty (if they are heroically aligned or their superiors are not GeneralRipper)

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* DrillSergeantNasty (if DrillSergeantNasty: If they are heroically aligned or their superiors are not GeneralRipper)GeneralRipper.



* PragmaticHero
* RedEyesTakeWarning (if they are the good guys)

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* PragmaticHero
PragmaticHero: Whereas a {{Pragmatic Villain|y}} will do good deeds because it will benefit them in the long run, a Pragmatic Hero will do terrible things for the same exact reason.
* RedEyesTakeWarning (if RedEyesTakeWarning: If they are the good guys)guys.



* WhatTheHellHero (People call TheHero out and blame them for their actions)

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* WhatTheHellHero (People WhatTheHellHero: People call TheHero out and blame them for their actions)actions.
27th Oct '17 5:39:17 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* In ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'', protagonist John Rumford is incorruptible and completely loyal to the good cause, but not always the most friendly or socially smooth person in the setting. And he can be [[GoodIsNotSoft more than a little brutal]] on the bad guys, too.
25th Oct '17 8:10:09 PM kjabril91
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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[InferioritySuperiorityComplex aggressive JerkassFacade façade]].

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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[InferioritySuperiorityComplex aggressive JerkassFacade aggressive]] [[JerkassFacade façade]].
25th Oct '17 8:09:22 PM kjabril91
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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[Inferiority Superiority Complex aggressive JerkassFacade façade]].

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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[Inferiority Superiority Complex [[InferioritySuperiorityComplex aggressive JerkassFacade façade]].
25th Oct '17 8:02:52 PM kjabril91
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* ByronicHero



* GrumpyBear
* HairTriggerTemper

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* GrumpyBear
GrumpyBear: A mean-spirited hero wears JadeColoredGlasses while living in a rose-colored environment, and is usually TheCynic.
* HairTriggerTemperHairTriggerTemper: A hotheaded hero has a bad temper, but is still good to the core. Relates to the trope above.



* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[JerkassFacade aggressive façade]].

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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[JerkassFacade [[Inferiority Superiority Complex aggressive JerkassFacade façade]].
25th Oct '17 8:59:20 AM 313Bluestreak
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* AdaptationalJerkass: Heroic characters can be a jerk in another adaptation.

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* AdaptationalJerkass: Heroic characters can be a jerk jerks in another adaptation.



* GentleTouchVsFirmHand (the Firm Hand)

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* GentleTouchVsFirmHand (the Firm Hand)GentleTouchVsFirmHand: While the former is about treating others nicely, the latter is about treating others harshly.
21st Oct '17 4:47:04 PM kjabril91
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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[{{Jerkass}} hostile]] to do "nice" things for others, due to being [[JerkassFacade gung-ho]] to hide insecurities about their size.

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* TheNapoleon: When a hero is too [[{{Jerkass}} [[HairTriggerTemper hostile]] to do "nice" things for others, be "nice", due to being short stature with an [[JerkassFacade gung-ho]] to hide insecurities about their size.aggressive façade]].
10th Oct '17 9:14:46 PM PetroleumJerry
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--> '''Madam Kovarian:'' The anger of a good man is not a problem: good men have too many rules.

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--> '''Madam Kovarian:'' Kovarian:''' The anger of a good man is not a problem: good men have too many rules.
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