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19th May '17 2:43:55 PM creader
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* [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Steven Universe]]. Officially, he's the Crystal Gems' CombatMedic. However, his greatest strength has been shown to be his ability to befriend everybody he meets. To date, this includes the entirety of Beach City, a [[spoiler: Corrupted]] Gem Monster, a mirror, [[spoiler: an enemy engineer]], and [[spoiler: a mindless amalgam of Gem corpses]].
3rd May '17 2:33:37 PM shokoshu
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* Charma, a DC character, sorta fits both this trope (if you are male) and it's [[ZeroPercentApprovalRating opposite]] (if you are a female).
10th Apr '17 5:44:38 PM eroock
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20th Mar '17 5:50:24 PM TroperBeDoper
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' actually has a form of this in the Imperium of Man. If only because less than devout worship of the Emperor tends to result is fates worse than death at the hands of the Inquistion if lucky, and Chaos or worse if not.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' actually has a form of this in the Imperium of Man. If only because less than devout worship of the Emperor tends to result is fates worse than death at the hands of the Inquistion if lucky, and Chaos or worse if not.
14th Mar '17 12:38:34 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Renly Baratheon is ''so'' popular among the Stormlanders that they ''all'' swear fealty to him instead of Stannis, even though the bannermen are technically committing treason. (Although Renly is the Lord of Storm's End--and therefore the liege lord of the Stormlands--Stannis as the eldest surviving male member of the family is now the head of House Baratheon, and Renly is duty-bound to obey him.) [[spoiler:After Renly's sudden demise, Davos reports to Stannis that all the men grieve for his younger brother.]]

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Renly Baratheon is ''so'' popular among the Stormlanders that they ''all'' swear fealty to him instead of Stannis, even though the bannermen are technically committing treason. (Although Renly is the Lord of Storm's End--and therefore the liege lord of the Stormlands--Stannis as the eldest surviving male member of the family is now the head of House Baratheon, and Renly is duty-bound to obey him.) [[spoiler:After Renly's sudden demise, Davos reports to Stannis that all the men grieve for his younger brother.]]


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** The Starks are highly popular with their vassals and smallfolk, especially Ned Stark whose name even compels respect from the likes of Robett Glover, embittered by Robb Stark's ShockingDefeatLegacy. This is almost certainly why Stannis tries to win Ned Stark’s bastard son, Jon Snow to his campaign to win the North. In exchange for Jon leaving the Night's Watch and bending the knee to him, Stannis makes Jon an offer of legitimization and lordship of Winterfell but Jon declines out of his Stark sense of duty.
1st Mar '17 11:17:49 PM superkeijikun
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* Hancock in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' is the "mayor" of [[WretchedHive Goodneighbor]], a position he earned by killing the previous tyrannical slumlord after taking the clothes and namesake of the historical John Hancock. Most of the citizenry of Goodneighbor adore him for his charisma and relaxed, down-to-earth nature. Those who don't, as Bobbi No-Nose describes, are typically too scared to say anything about it.
27th Feb '17 8:22:54 AM Allronix
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** Franchise/TheFlash, arguably, has it the best of all of them, though. Wally West was seen as a working man's hero, not as high above everyone as Superman, not as dark and brooding as Batman. The public identity helped. Heck, ''all'' the Flashes were loved, as Central City built a Flash Museum!

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** Franchise/TheFlash, arguably, has it the best of all of them, though. Wally West was seen as a working man's hero, not as high above everyone as Superman, not as dark and brooding as Batman. The public identity helped. Heck, ''all'' the Flashes were loved, as Central City built a Flash Museum!Museum! Even funnier? Even most of the the RoguesGallery that The Flash family do battle with at least ''respect'' the Flashes, sometimes to the point of FriendlyEnemy.
12th Feb '17 11:39:56 PM Nylsa
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* In ''Literature/{{Masques}}'', Geoffrey ae'Magi has this. People who have never even seen him immediately try to strangle their own friends if those friends say something negative about the ae'Magi. [[spoiler: He achieved this by enchanting everyone, and is, in fact, the BigBad]]

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* In ''Literature/{{Masques}}'', ''Masques'', Geoffrey ae'Magi has this. People who have never even seen him immediately try to strangle their own friends if those friends say something negative about the ae'Magi. [[spoiler: He achieved this by enchanting everyone, and is, in fact, the BigBad]]
12th Feb '17 2:27:51 PM LadyNorbert
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* One of the villains of the Fanfic/ElementalChessTrilogy notes, in ''The Game of Three Generals'', that Riza has this standing with the people of Central City because they feel so terrible about her situation. [[spoiler:She's pregnant, her only living relative has been murdered, and her husband has been accused of the crime.]] Even he himself somewhat pities her, since he actually kind of likes her.



* Most Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es who actually ''are'' princesses. It's most pronounced in the beginning of ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. When the pregnant Queen is sick and dying, her husband, the guards, and damn near ''the entire civilian population'' set out to the mainland to search for the magic flower that can save her. Subsequently, their daughter, Rapunzel, a bright ray of sunshine in every sense of the word, is equally beloved and revered by everyone she meets, [[spoiler: and she's just as popular as her parents when she is finally freed from Mother Gothel and reclaims her birthright]].

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* Most Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es who actually ''are'' princesses.
** Invoked by name during Princess Aurora's proclamation day, when the fairies are giving her their blessings. Maleficent states that "the princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her." If nothing else, it proves true with regard to the woodland creatures, who are devoted to her as she grows up.
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It's most pronounced in the beginning of ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. When the pregnant Queen is sick and dying, her husband, the guards, and damn near ''the entire civilian population'' set out to the mainland to search for the magic flower that can save her. Subsequently, their daughter, Rapunzel, a bright ray of sunshine in every sense of the word, is equally beloved and revered by everyone she meets, [[spoiler: and she's just as popular as her parents when she is finally freed from Mother Gothel and reclaims her birthright]].



* In ''Film/IMarriedAWitch'', titular witch Jennifer is in love with Wallace Wooley, a candidate for governor. She uses her magic powers to make EVERYONE in the state vote for him. He is horrified.

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* In ''Film/IMarriedAWitch'', titular witch Jennifer is in love with Wallace Wooley, a candidate for governor. She uses her magic powers to make EVERYONE ''everyone in the state state'' vote for him. He is horrified.



** Narnian royalty in general tends to be this. They're pretty much all described as being [[ModestRoyalty modest]] and [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething willing to do what they must to protect the land]]. [[spoiler:Even when the last king of Narnia is overthrown, it's only done out of fear of Aslan's wrath and not because the animals don't love him.]]
* Queen Ehlana is said to have this in ''Literature/TheElenium'' and its sister series ''Literature/TheTamuli'' by virtue of her intelligence, her kindness, and [[spoiler:being willing to avoid the incest that plagued the previous generation of royals]].

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** Narnian royalty in general tends to be this. They're pretty much all described as being [[ModestRoyalty modest]] and [[RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething willing to do what they must to protect the land]]. [[spoiler:Even when the last king of Narnia is overthrown, it's only done out of fear of Aslan's wrath and - not because the animals don't love him.]]
* Queen Ehlana is said to have this in ''Literature/TheElenium'' and its sister sequel series ''Literature/TheTamuli'' by virtue of her intelligence, her kindness, and [[spoiler:being willing to avoid the incest that plagued the previous generation of royals]].



* The Starks in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', the people of the North are very loyal to them, and declare war on the Lannisters for Neds death. Even with [[spoiler: Robb killed in the Red Wedding by the Frey's and Boltons]], several Northern houses are planning to turn against them both by siding with Stannis, and place a Stark, any Stark left, as liege lord again. Even the mountain clans side with Stannis to avenge the Starks.

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* The Starks in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' have this; the people of the North are very loyal to them, and declare war on the Lannisters for Neds Ned's death. Even with [[spoiler: Robb killed in the Red Wedding by the Frey's and Boltons]], several Northern houses are planning to turn against them both by siding with Stannis, and place a Stark, any Stark left, as liege lord again. Even the mountain clans side with Stannis to avenge the Starks.



** In Civilization V, they celebrate with increased population growth. Yes, they love their ruler so much they copulate for him/her.

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** In Civilization V, ''Civilization V'', they celebrate with increased population growth. Yes, they love their ruler so much they copulate for him/her.



* King Ludwig as he was depicted in the ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight'' games. When the final part of his ThanatosGambit fails and he is carted off to prison, he entrusts the final piece of ThePlan to a local woman, having enough faith that his loyal subject will fulfil his final request - and she does.

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* King Ludwig as he was depicted in the ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight'' games. When the final part of his ThanatosGambit fails and he is carted off to prison, he entrusts the final piece of ThePlan to a local woman, having enough faith that his loyal subject will fulfil fulfill his final request - and she does.



* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', depending on how you choose to play the Warden, you can achieve this with any or all of your nine potential companions. The right combination of gifts, dialogue options, and morality choices can lead to this result. Of course, since four of your companions are also possible {{Love Interest}}s, this can additionally lead to some TriangRelations.
** This then lends itself to the royalty aspect of the trope, as it is possible for the Warden to become [[spoiler: King-Consort of Ferelden (by marrying the widowed Queen Anora) or Queen (by marrying the HiddenBackupPrince Alistair). In the latter case, the epilogue notes that the royal couple become extremely popular, in part because the people can see how very HappilyMarried they are]].

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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', depending on how you choose to play the Warden, you can achieve this with any or all of your nine potential companions. The right combination of gifts, dialogue options, and morality choices can lead to this result. Of course, since four of your companions are also possible {{Love Interest}}s, this can additionally lead to some TriangRelations.
TriangRelations, even unintentionally.
** This then lends itself to the royalty aspect of the trope, as it is possible for the Human Noble Warden to become [[spoiler: King-Consort of Ferelden (by marrying the widowed Queen Anora) or Queen (by marrying the HiddenBackupPrince Alistair). In the latter case, the epilogue notes that the royal couple become extremely popular, in part because the people can see how very HappilyMarried they are]].



* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Mage![[PlayerCharacter Hawke]], though technically an illegal apostate mage, is essentially beyond the Templars' reach after ending the Qunari siege on the city of Kirkwall at the end of Act II and gaining the entire city's adoration. Warrior and Rogue Hawke would also have this as well, but they're merely de facto political rivals to Knight Commander Meredith, instead of additionally being technically illegal by merely existing outside Templar control.

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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Mage![[PlayerCharacter Hawke]], though technically an illegal apostate mage, is essentially beyond the Templars' reach after ending the Qunari siege on the city of Kirkwall at the end of Act II 2 and gaining the entire city's adoration. Warrior and Rogue Hawke would also have fall under this trope as well, well and for the same reason, but they're merely de facto political rivals to Knight Commander Knight-Commander Meredith, instead of additionally being technically illegal by merely existing outside Templar control.control.
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', it's not possible for the Inquisition itself to reach this trope (although they come darn close) simply because they have so much power that they're somewhat terrifying. The Inquisitor him/herself, however, is this for the members of the Inquisition, who are incredibly loyal and are willing to march to their own deaths to support their leader. It takes a bit of hard work to achieve this with all of the companions, many of whom have very opposing viewpoints, but it can be done.



* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore has earned the love of all of his subjects due to his benevolent rule and approachable personality. [[spoiler:The only monster who hates him is his ex-wife Toriel, who viciously disagreed with his actions following the death of their two children.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore has earned the love of all of his subjects due to his benevolent rule and approachable personality. [[spoiler:The only monster who hates him is his ex-wife Toriel, who viciously disagreed with his actions following the death of their two children.]]



** Even Mrs. Finster (who practically ''hates'' children) likes him.

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** Even Mrs.Ms. Finster (who practically ''hates'' children) likes him.



** Princess Celestia gets so much respect that the moment she shows up, even [[{{Pride}} Rainbow]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Dash]] and [[GenkiGirl Pinkie]] [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Pie]] genuflected in silent reverence - while [[TheHero Twilight]] [[MagicKnight Sparkle]], the only one who had personal familiarity with her, went for a hug. Might have something to do with her being a [[PhysicalGod physical goddess]]. Later episodes though show that many of her subjects are a little intimidated by her, and frequently fuss about making a good impression (always needlessly), and that Twilight has SuperOCD about never letting her down EVER. Celestia herself is always a bit perturbed by this, preferring to know her subjects more personally.

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** Princess Celestia gets so much respect that the moment she shows up, even [[{{Pride}} Rainbow]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Dash]] and [[GenkiGirl Pinkie]] [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Pie]] genuflected in silent reverence - while [[TheHero Twilight]] [[MagicKnight Sparkle]], the only one who had personal familiarity with her, went for a hug. Might have something to do with her being a [[PhysicalGod physical goddess]].{{physical god}}dess. Later episodes though show that many of her subjects are a little intimidated by her, and frequently fuss about making a good impression (always needlessly), and that Twilight has SuperOCD about never letting her down EVER. Celestia herself is always a bit perturbed by this, preferring to know her subjects more personally.



* [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Steven Universe]]. Officially, he's the Crystal Gem's CombatMedic. However, his greatest strength has been shown to be his ability to befriend everybody he meets. To date, this includes the entirety of Beach City, a [[spoiler: Corrupted]] Gem Monster, a mirror, [[spoiler: an enemy engineer]], and [[spoiler: a mindless amalgam of Gem corpses]].

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* [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Steven Universe]]. Officially, he's the Crystal Gem's Gems' CombatMedic. However, his greatest strength has been shown to be his ability to befriend everybody he meets. To date, this includes the entirety of Beach City, a [[spoiler: Corrupted]] Gem Monster, a mirror, [[spoiler: an enemy engineer]], and [[spoiler: a mindless amalgam of Gem corpses]].
26th Jan '17 2:11:49 PM skidoo23
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** Margaery Tyrell pretty much establishes this in King's Landing as she lines up to become first Joffrey's, then Tommen's wife and quickly becomes a FriendToAllChildren and others in need, effectively becoming Game of Thrones' equivalent to the Duchess of Cambridge.
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