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24th Nov '17 6:24:43 PM lexicon
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Tommen and Myrcella are sweet, innocent blond children despite all the negative influences around them.
** Brienne is the gender-flip version of the heroic male characters that typically fall under this trope.
** While her hair color is nominally closer to [[MysticalWhiteHair silver]] than gold, Daenerys, being a blonde and one of the more heroic and personable characters on the show, is an archetypical example of this trope.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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''Series/GameOfThrones'': Tommen and Myrcella are sweet, innocent blond children despite all the negative influences around them.
** Brienne is the gender-flip version of the heroic male characters that typically fall under this trope.
** While her hair color is nominally closer to [[MysticalWhiteHair silver]] than gold, Daenerys, being a blonde and one of the more heroic and personable characters on the show, is an archetypical example of this trope.
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24th Nov '17 1:08:36 PM Chasem
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** While her hair color is nominally closer to [[MysticalWhiteHair silver]] than gold, Daenerys, being a blonde and one of the more heroic and personable characters on the show, is an archetypical example of this trope.
14th Nov '17 2:20:41 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* The teen hero ''Literature/MichaelVey'' who is one of the sweetest, nicest, {{Adorkable}} characters in the series. He has his {{Berserk Button}}s and can be pushed, but he is [[EasilyForgiven very]] [[InsaneForgiveness forgiving]] and despite growing more experienced and smarter over the series never loses his kind spirit and never crosses over to becoming the more cynical PragmaticHero.

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* The teen hero ''Literature/MichaelVey'' who is one of the sweetest, nicest, {{Adorkable}} characters in the series. He has his {{Berserk Button}}s and can be pushed, but he is [[EasilyForgiven very]] [[InsaneForgiveness very forgiving]] and despite growing more experienced and smarter over the series never loses his kind spirit and never crosses over to becoming the more cynical PragmaticHero.
13th Nov '17 9:51:45 AM WillKeaton
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* "[[http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/eng/child/ch010.htm The Twa Sisters]]" Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} has a beautiful and innocent blond girl murdered by her evil sister. A harp is made of her bones, and her golden hair is used for the strings. The magic harp sings out an accusation of her murderer.

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* "[[http://www.[[http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/eng/child/ch010.htm The "The Twa Sisters]]" Sisters"]] Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} has a beautiful and innocent blond girl murdered by her evil sister. A harp is made of her bones, and her golden hair is used for the strings. The magic harp sings out an accusation of her murderer.
25th Aug '17 6:18:39 PM TomServo3000
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** Kenny (who was shown to be blond in TheMovie) is a ambivalent example. Despite his perverted sense of humor, heavily swearing, drug use and being a sexually precocious 10 year old, he is also depicted as heroic (especially in [[spoiler:his Mysterion persona]]),very empathetic when it comes to his friends and sister and smart. Many of his deaths have been acts of heroic self-sacrifice (like in TheMovie when he wishes for everything to be back to normal despite knowing he'll go to hell in the process). He also parodies this trope as "[[WholesomeCrossdresser Princess Kenny]]" by using a long blonde female wig ([[StylisticSuck badly]]) to dress up as a typical example of this trope (especially [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda Princess Zelda]]), but [[spoiler: turns out to be a ''villain'' in this persona]] in''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.

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** Kenny (who was shown to be blond in TheMovie) is a ambivalent example. Despite his perverted sense of humor, heavily swearing, drug use and being a sexually precocious 10 year old, he is also depicted as heroic (especially in [[spoiler:his Mysterion persona]]),very empathetic when it comes to his friends and sister and smart. Many of his deaths have been acts of heroic self-sacrifice (like in TheMovie when he wishes for everything to be back to normal despite knowing he'll go to hell in the process). He also parodies this trope as "[[WholesomeCrossdresser Princess Kenny]]" by using a long blonde female wig ([[StylisticSuck badly]]) to dress up as a typical example of this trope (especially [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda Princess Zelda]]), but [[spoiler: turns out to be a ''villain'' in this persona]] in''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.in ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.
10th Aug '17 2:25:14 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': Much like her comic book counterpart, Supergirl is kind, sweet, pure and blond-haired, which makes her stand out among other [[KnightTemplar Regime]] members, who happen to be dark-haired and are brutal and cynical. She initially serves as the TokenGoodTeammate for the group since she is LockedOutOfTheLoop about their previous crimes, but after learning about them, she promptly turns on them and joins the actual good guys.
10th Aug '17 1:30:32 PM Kimelea
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* ''VisualNovel/TheLetter'' has Hannah Wright, a blond and beautiful woman, who is nice to pretty much everyone (at least initially). [[spoiler:Averted with Lady Charlotte, who, while also blond and beautiful, was a horrible person and whose actions were the very reason the mansion became haunted in the first place.]]

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* ''VisualNovel/TheLetter'' has Hannah Wright, a blond and beautiful woman, woman who is nice to pretty much everyone (at least initially). [[spoiler:Averted with Lady Charlotte, who, while also blond and beautiful, was a horrible person and whose actions were the very reason the mansion became haunted in the first place.]]
10th Aug '17 1:22:54 PM Kimelea
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* ''VisualNovel/TheLetter'' has Hannah Wright, a blond and beautiful woman, who is nice to pretty much everyone (at least initially). [[spoiler:Averted with Lady Charlotte, who, while also blond and beautiful, was a horrible person and whose actions were the very reason the mansion became haunted in the first place.]]
14th Jun '17 10:23:36 AM crazysamaritan
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* [[SpoonyBard Elan]] in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is apparently extremely attractive, in part due to this trope, although it's hard to tell from the stick-figure art. He also fits very well in terms of personality, being the sweetest and most innocent major character in the comic (as well as [[DumbBlonde not too bright]] aside from his GenreSavvy).

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* [[SpoonyBard Elan]] in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is apparently extremely attractive, in part due to this trope, although it's hard to tell from the stick-figure art. He also fits very well in terms of personality, being is the sweetest and most innocent major character in the comic (as well as [[DumbBlonde not too bright]] aside from his GenreSavvy).comic.
3rd Jun '17 4:05:25 AM jormis29
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* In the ''WesternaAnimation/RegalAcademy'' episode "Astoria and the Beanstalk," Astoria uses this trope to prove to the others that the giant is actually good, since he has long, blonde hair that he takes very good care of.

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* In the ''WesternaAnimation/RegalAcademy'' ''WesternAnimation/RegalAcademy'' episode "Astoria and the Beanstalk," Astoria uses this trope to prove to the others that the giant is actually good, since he has long, blonde hair that he takes very good care of.
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