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28th Jul '15 4:38:42 PM jeez
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People prefer to hear about someone from their group having success and being a Hero.

Townspeople prefer stories about how a local boy made good. City folk want to hear about how great a person from their city is, not someone from the other city with the rival football team.

Nations prefer to have Heroes from their country rather than other nations, even when the scene is set in another country. This results in Japanese media having Japanese Heroes, French Movies have French Heroes, and Russian shows have Russian Heroes.

Same goes for Americans tending to be the Hero in American shows... unless it's a Brit: Englishman, Scotsman, or Irishman. For some reason Americans seem to love British heroes. (It is the accent. Everybody loves a good British accent.)

Whatever the country, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in Egyptian and Mesopotamian myths and legends. It's often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.

In case of a MultinationalTeam expect TheLeader to be from the country that produced the show.

It is so common, (and commonly averted), that we ask that neither aversions or straight examples be listed. Only list inversions. If it's even logically possible to subvert this, list those too. For in story cases, look [[AHeroToHisHometown here]].

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'''Inverted Examples:'''

* Inverted in ''CodeGeass'' in which the main character Lelouch is Britannian (specifically a member of the royal family, essentially a lineage of white people from the British Isles; it's a long story...) and the Japanese resistance rely on him.
* ''NikolaiDante'' is British, but most of the characters are Russian. While there are [[IstanbulNotConstantinople Britannian]] soldiers in the Russian army, the only one among the Rudhinshtein Irregulars is a foppish coward.

'''Subverted Examples:'''

* ''Film/YoungAdult'': Mavis is sure she's the hometown girl made good, back to fix everyone she grew up with (clear, for example, in her speech to Matt) and [[ManicPixieDreamGirl rescue her high-school sweetheart from his loveless marriage]]. [[{{Deconstruction}} This is incorrect.]]
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People prefer to hear about someone from their group having success and being a Hero.

Townspeople prefer stories about how a local boy made good. City folk want to hear about how great a person from their city is, not someone from the other city with the rival football team.

Nations prefer to have Heroes from their country rather than other nations, even when the scene is set in another country. This results in Japanese media having Japanese Heroes, French Movies have French Heroes, and Russian shows have Russian Heroes.

Same goes for Americans tending to be the Hero in American shows... unless it's a Brit: Englishman, Scotsman, or Irishman. For some reason Americans seem to love British heroes. (It is the accent. Everybody loves a good British accent.)

Whatever the country, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in Egyptian and Mesopotamian myths and legends. It's often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.

In case of a MultinationalTeam expect TheLeader to be from the country that produced the show.

It is so common, (and commonly averted), that we ask that neither aversions or straight examples be listed. Only list inversions. If it's even logically possible to subvert this, list those too. For in story cases, look [[AHeroToHisHometown here]].

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'''Inverted Examples:'''

* Inverted in ''CodeGeass'' in which the main character Lelouch is Britannian (specifically a member of the royal family, essentially a lineage of white people from the British Isles; it's a long story...) and the Japanese resistance rely on him.
* ''NikolaiDante'' is British, but most of the characters are Russian. While there are [[IstanbulNotConstantinople Britannian]] soldiers in the Russian army, the only one among the Rudhinshtein Irregulars is a foppish coward.

'''Subverted Examples:'''

* ''Film/YoungAdult'': Mavis is sure she's the hometown girl made good, back to fix everyone she grew up with (clear, for example, in her speech to Matt) and [[ManicPixieDreamGirl rescue her high-school sweetheart from his loveless marriage]]. [[{{Deconstruction}} This is incorrect.]]
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3rd Apr '15 11:55:50 AM ChaoticNovelist
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Nations prefer to have Heroes from their country rather than other nations, even when the scene is set in another country. This results in Japanese media having Japanese Heroes, French Movies have French Heroes, and Russian shows have a Russian leading the FiveManBand.

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Nations prefer to have Heroes from their country rather than other nations, even when the scene is set in another country. This results in Japanese media having Japanese Heroes, French Movies have French Heroes, and Russian shows have a Russian leading the FiveManBand.
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Whatever the country though, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in Egyptian and Mesopotamian myths and legends. Often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.

In case of a MultinationalTeam expect the leader to be from the country that produced the show.

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Whatever the country though, country, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in Egyptian and Mesopotamian myths and legends. Often It's often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.

In case of a MultinationalTeam expect the leader TheLeader to be from the country that produced the show.



* Inverted in ''CodeGeass'' in which the main character Lelouch is Britannian (specifically a member of the royal family, essentially a lineage of white people from the British Isles; [[TakeOurWordForIt it's a long story]]...) and the Japanese resistance rely on him.

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* Inverted in ''CodeGeass'' in which the main character Lelouch is Britannian (specifically a member of the royal family, essentially a lineage of white people from the British Isles; [[TakeOurWordForIt it's a long story]]...story...) and the Japanese resistance rely on him.
17th Sep '13 10:54:48 AM eedwardgrey3
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Townspeople prefer stories about how a local boy made good. City folk what to hear about how great a person from their city is, not someone from the other city with the rival football team.

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Townspeople prefer stories about how a local boy made good. City folk what want to hear about how great a person from their city is, not someone from the other city with the rival football team.
22nd Dec '12 2:50:39 PM JulietA2
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Nations prefer to have Heroes from their country rather then other nations, even when the scene is set in another country.. This results in Japanese media having Japanese Heroes, French Movies have French Heroes, and Russian shows have a Russian leading the FiveManBand.

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Nations prefer to have Heroes from their country rather then than other nations, even when the scene is set in another country..country. This results in Japanese media having Japanese Heroes, French Movies have French Heroes, and Russian shows have a Russian leading the FiveManBand.
2nd Apr '12 9:21:55 PM MSPachina
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'''Subverted Examples:'''

* ''Film/YoungAdult'': Mavis is sure she's the hometown girl made good, back to fix everyone she grew up with (clear, for example, in her speech to Matt) and [[ManicPixieDreamGirl rescue her high-school sweetheart from his loveless marriage]]. [[{{Deconstruction}} This is incorrect.]]
13th Mar '12 8:20:22 PM Cider
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It is so common, (and commonly averted), that we ask that neither aversions or straight examples be listed. Only list inversions. If it's even logically possible to subvert this, list those too. For in story cases, try [[AHeroToHisHometown here]].

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It is so common, (and commonly averted), that we ask that neither aversions or straight examples be listed. Only list inversions. If it's even logically possible to subvert this, list those too. For in story cases, try look [[AHeroToHisHometown here]].
18th Feb '12 11:15:06 AM Cider
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It is so common, (and commonly averted), that we ask that neither aversions or straight examples be listed. Only list inversions. If it's even logically possible to subvert this, list those too.

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It is so common, (and commonly averted), that we ask that neither aversions or straight examples be listed. Only list inversions. If it's even logically possible to subvert this, list those too.
too. For in story cases, try [[AHeroToHisHometown here]].
18th Dec '11 6:53:10 PM ArcadesSabboth
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Whatever the country though, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in Greek, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian myths and legends. Often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.

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Whatever the country though, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in Greek, Egyptian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian myths and legends. Often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.
31st Oct '11 9:16:44 PM ArcadesSabboth
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Whatever the country though, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in all sorts of Mythology and legends. Often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.

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Whatever the country though, expect media produced there to be about Heroes from there. This is OlderThanDirt, as can be seen in all sorts of Mythology Greek, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian myths and legends. Often a consequence of CreatorProvincialism.
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