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26th May '16 12:51:49 PM Willbyr
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* [[spoiler:Quark]] in ''VirtuesLastReward.'' [[spoiler:Tenmyouji]] found him abandoned as an infant during a thunderstorm, and although he initially tried to find a better home for the baby, he ended up raising the child as his own. The two have a deeply loving relationship, and in the game's GoldenEnding, it's strongly implied that [[spoiler:Tenmyouji, AKA [[NotAsYouKnowThem Junpei]], doesn't ''want'' the BadFuture to change because he loves his adoptive grandson.]]

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* [[spoiler:Quark]] in ''VirtuesLastReward.''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward.'' [[spoiler:Tenmyouji]] found him abandoned as an infant during a thunderstorm, and although he initially tried to find a better home for the baby, he ended up raising the child as his own. The two have a deeply loving relationship, and in the game's GoldenEnding, it's strongly implied that [[spoiler:Tenmyouji, AKA [[NotAsYouKnowThem Junpei]], doesn't ''want'' the BadFuture to change because he loves his adoptive grandson.]]
20th May '16 7:39:37 AM ThatBitterTase
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*** Rem's last words to Vash in the anime are "Vash, Knives o--" and then she is seen mouthing something drowned out by the pneumatic door. Apparently this was meant to be understood as ''sewa o shimasu''; all translations have the sentence as, "Vash, take care of Knives!"

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*** Rem's last words to Vash in the anime are "Vash, Knives o--" and then she is seen mouthing something drowned out by the pneumatic door. Apparently this was meant to be understood as ''sewa o shimasu''; all translations have the sentence as, "Vash, take care of Knives!"Knives!" Note that the original Japanese is somewhat ambivalent as to just ''what'' Rem wanted Vash to do; the translation works well, given that "take care of" could be read as a DeadlyEuphemism.
19th May '16 6:29:51 PM DarkHunter
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* The Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Togepi is typically acquired as a gift from an NPC or by trading (i.e., adoption), and has a base happiness rating of 70, giving it a massive head start on most other Pokemon that need happiness to evolve.

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* The Franchise/{{Pokemon}} ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
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Togepi is typically acquired as a gift from an NPC or by trading (i.e., adoption), and has a base happiness rating of 70, giving it a massive head start on most other Pokemon that need happiness to evolve.


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** In a human examples, in ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' post-game, there's [[spoiler:Emma, a teenaged street urchin who is taken in by Looker. It isn't clear whether he legally adopts her or not, but he gives her a home, and provides her with education and living expenses, and even leaves his entire "detective agency" to her at the end of the sidequest. Emma's comments in private suggest that she sees him as a father figure, and she's greatly saddened when he leaves Kalos.]]
9th May '16 12:03:57 AM Vios
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* In ''VisualNovel/ReflectionsOnTheRiver'', Prince Shun was adopted into the royal family from a neighbouring kingdom, and seems happy enough with his situation despite having been demoted to SpareToTheThrone. However, it's somewhat illusory, and some paths through the game end with him deciding to leave. The king and queen may have given him a life of luxury, but they didn't do it for his sake, and expect unquestioning obedience in return for their "charity". If Shun [[spoiler:tells them that they wronged the protagonist, they call it treason]].
8th May '16 10:13:22 PM Gamermaster
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** Vivio ends up adopted by [[HasTwoMommies Fate and Nanoha]]. She considers them both her mothers, though [[HideYourLesbians the series is still very hesitant to call the a couple]].

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** Vivio ends up adopted by [[HasTwoMommies Fate and Nanoha]]. She considers them both her mothers, though [[HideYourLesbians the series is still very hesitant to call the them a couple]].
8th May '16 2:17:29 PM thylacine
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* In "WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog", Sonic meets Tails when the fox is just a baby, orphaned and looking for a family. Sonic then adopts Tails as a brother and becomes his caretaker.

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* In "WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog", WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog, Sonic meets Tails when the fox is just a baby, orphaned and looking for a family. Sonic then adopts Tails as a brother and becomes his caretaker.
8th May '16 1:59:01 PM thylacine
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* In "WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog", Sonic meets Tails when the fox is just a baby, orphaned and looking for a family. Sonic then adopts Tails as a brother and becomes his caretaker.
** One episode, "Tails' New Home," focuses on Sonic trying to give Tails a stable life and a new family in concern of his safety. Tails, however, is perfectly happy living with the blue blur.
--->'''Sonic:''' Sorry for all of the trouble, squirt. I was just trying to find you a real family.
--->'''Tails:''' I got a real family. I got the best!
--->'''Sonic:''' Yeah? Where?
--->'''Tails:''' A family is just people who care about each other more than anyone else, right?
--->'''Sonic:''' Right.
--->'''Tails:''' You're it! You're my mom, you're my dad, and you're my picket fence!


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* Cookie, one of the main characters and BruiserWithASoftCenter in ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010'', grows attached to and becomes a mother to a puppy named Cupcake. Cupcake adores Cookie, and lovingly calls her "Cookie Mommy".
-->'''Cupcake:''' Where are we going, Cookie Mommy? To the park, to the beach?
-->'''Cookie:''' No, sugar, we're going to see some nice dogs who will find you your perfect person.
-->'''Cupcake:''' But I don't want a "perfect person". I just want you, Cookie Mommy.
3rd May '16 10:10:00 PM Adept
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* Jesse in ''FreeWilly'' eventually bonds with his foster parents, Glenn and Annie. In the sequel, he refers to Glenn as "my dad."

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* Jesse in ''FreeWilly'' ''Film/FreeWilly'' eventually bonds with his foster parents, Glenn and Annie. In the sequel, he refers to Glenn as "my dad."
3rd May '16 7:16:40 PM Pichu-kun
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** Many Giftia are this, being androids who are are taken in by humans as companions. For example, the girl in episode 1 was raised by a woman she considers her grandchild. It made her death [[OutlivingTheOffspring all the sadder]].
** Episode 4 introduces the concept of children [[RaisedByRobots raised by Giftia]]. Tsukasa and Isla have to retrieve a Giftia who is raising a boy after [[PromotedToParent their parents passed away]]. [[spoiler:Michiru]] was also raised by a Giftia father.

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** Many Giftia are this, being androids who are are taken in by humans as companions. For example, the girl in episode 1 was raised by a woman she considers her grandchild. It made her death [[OutlivingTheOffspring [[OutlivingOnesOffspring all the sadder]].
** Episode 4 introduces the concept of children [[RaisedByRobots raised by Giftia]]. Tsukasa and Isla have to retrieve a Giftia who is raising a boy after [[PromotedToParent [[PromotionToParent their parents passed away]]. [[spoiler:Michiru]] was also raised by a Giftia father.
3rd May '16 7:14:37 PM Pichu-kun
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* Rin in ''Manga/BunnyDrop''. At least in the anime and the live action movie. In the manga post-timeskip, it's made clear she does not see Daikichi as her dad [[spoiler:and has fallen in love with him]].

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* Rin in ''Manga/BunnyDrop''.''Manga/BunnyDrop'' is adopted by her fathers grandson after his death. At least in the anime and the live action movie. In the manga post-timeskip, it's made clear she does not see Daikichi as her dad [[spoiler:and has fallen in love with him]].


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* ''Anime/PlasticMemories'':
** Many Giftia are this, being androids who are are taken in by humans as companions. For example, the girl in episode 1 was raised by a woman she considers her grandchild. It made her death [[OutlivingTheOffspring all the sadder]].
** Episode 4 introduces the concept of children [[RaisedByRobots raised by Giftia]]. Tsukasa and Isla have to retrieve a Giftia who is raising a boy after [[PromotedToParent their parents passed away]]. [[spoiler:Michiru]] was also raised by a Giftia father.
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