History Main / IAmXSonOfY

18th Apr '18 5:55:50 PM ultimomant
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** In ''Anime/FusionReborn'', the Great Saiyaman reintroduces himself to the resurrected Freeza as "Son of Goku, guardian of all that is good - Gohan."
** Also appears in ‘’Anime/BojackUnbound’’, where in the English Dub as Gohan ascends to Super Saiyan 2, “I know your kind, you think you can just waltz in and take our planet...But you forgot one thing—I’M MY FATHER’S SON!”

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** In ''Anime/FusionReborn'', ''Anime/DragonBallZFusionReborn'', the Great Saiyaman reintroduces himself to the resurrected Freeza as "Son of Goku, guardian of all that is good - Gohan."
** Also appears in ‘’Anime/BojackUnbound’’, ''Anime/DragonBallZBojackUnbound'', where in the English Dub as Gohan ascends to Super Saiyan 2, “I know your kind, you think you can just waltz in and take our planet...But you forgot one thing—I’M MY FATHER’S SON!”SON!”
* In ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha'', before their final duel, Achilles declares himself, "Achilles, son of Peleus" and Chiron declares himself, "Chiron, son of Chronus".
14th Apr '18 6:49:02 PM JackG
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'''Thor:''' Surtur! Son of... a bitch! You're still alive!

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'''Thor:''' Surtur! Son of... a bitch! You're still alive!alive! I thought my father killed you half a million years ago.
14th Apr '18 6:45:41 PM JackG
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'''Lone Star:''' Oh, that's all we needed -- a Druish princess.\\

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'''Lone Star:''' Oh, that's all we needed -- a [[JewishAmericanPrincess Druish princess.princess]].\\
5th Apr '18 7:20:02 PM karstovich2
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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton. For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne; he did ''not'' sleep around a lot, but rather had a steady mistress whom he couldn't marry because she was an Irish actress and he was, well, the Duke of Clarence in 1791 (they had ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings ten]]'' children).

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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton.ton; the most famous of this lot are the Dukes of Grafton and their family, including Captain Robert [=FitzRoy=] (the commander of HMS ''Beagle'', who hired Creator/CharlesDarwin essentially as a conversation partner, putting Darwin on the voyage of his lifetime). For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne; he did ''not'' sleep around a lot, but rather had a steady mistress whom he couldn't marry because she was an Irish actress and he was, well, the Duke of Clarence in 1791 (they had ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings ten]]'' children).
2nd Apr '18 8:44:42 PM karstovich2
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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton. For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne; he did ''not'' sleep around a lot, but rather had a steady mistress whom he couldn't marry because she was an actress and he was, well, the Duke of Clarence in the early 19th century (they had ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings ten]]'' children).

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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton. For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne; he did ''not'' sleep around a lot, but rather had a steady mistress whom he couldn't marry because she was an Irish actress and he was, well, the Duke of Clarence in the early 19th century 1791 (they had ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings ten]]'' children).
2nd Apr '18 8:41:01 PM karstovich2
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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton. For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne.

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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton. For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne.throne; he did ''not'' sleep around a lot, but rather had a steady mistress whom he couldn't marry because she was an actress and he was, well, the Duke of Clarence in the early 19th century (they had ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings ten]]'' children).
2nd Apr '18 8:38:38 PM karstovich2
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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." (This use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton; on the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]].)

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* A slight tweak are the "Fitz" names, which originally meant "son of" (it's a Norman variation of the French word ''fils'') but was later appropriated to mean "''illegitimate'' son of." (This Please note that this use came into play ''after'' most of the larger families, such as the Fitzgeralds of Ireland, were founded, so no, there wasn't some Gerald who was sleeping around a ton; on ton. On the other hand, someone named [=FitzRoy=] is almost certainly a descendant of an illegitimate child of a king, very probably [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfStuart Charles II]].)II]], who ''did'' sleep around a ton. For another example, anyone named "[=FitzClarence=]" or "Fitzclarence" is very probably a descendant of [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfHanover William IV]], who was Duke of Clarence before ascending to the throne.
23rd Mar '18 4:56:12 PM nighttrainfm
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'''Thor:''' Surtur! Son of... a bitch! How are you?

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'''Thor:''' Surtur! Son of... a bitch! How are you?You're still alive!
23rd Mar '18 4:54:46 PM nighttrainfm
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** ''Film/BlackPanther2018'': Announcing one's name and lineage is SeriousBusiness for Wakandans (which ties directly to the ArcWords "Who are you?"). Early in the movie, T'Challa says this during his coronation tribal combat to affirm his worthiness. Halfway through, Erik Stevens "Killmonger" dramatically introduces himself as [[spoiler:N'Jadaka, son of N'Jobu to publicly reveal his royal lineage]]. Interestingly, it seems one can only formally introduce himself in a conversation when asked to, as Killmonger himself patiently waits and tries to goad others into asking his name.

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** ''Film/BlackPanther2018'': Announcing one's name and lineage is SeriousBusiness for Wakandans (which ties directly to the ArcWords "Who are you?"). Early in the movie, T'Challa says this during his coronation tribal combat to affirm his worthiness. Halfway through, Erik Stevens "Killmonger" Stevens dramatically introduces himself as [[spoiler:N'Jadaka, son of N'Jobu N'Jobu, to publicly reveal his royal lineage]]. lineage.]] Interestingly, it seems one can only formally introduce himself in a conversation when asked to, as Killmonger himself patiently waits and tries to goad others into asking his name.
13th Mar '18 9:57:07 AM ultimomant
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** ''Film/BlackPanther2018': Announcing one's name and lineage is SeriousBusiness for Wakandans (which ties directly to the ArcWords "Who are you?"). Early in the movie, T'Challa says this during his coronation tribal combat to affirm his worthiness. Halfway through, Erik Stevens "Killmonger" dramatically introduces himself as [[spoiler:N'Jadaka, son of N'Jobu to publicly reveal his royal lineage]]. Interestingly, it seems one can only formally introduce himself in a conversation when asked to, as Killmonger himself patiently waits and tries to goad others into asking his name.

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** ''Film/BlackPanther2018': ''Film/BlackPanther2018'': Announcing one's name and lineage is SeriousBusiness for Wakandans (which ties directly to the ArcWords "Who are you?"). Early in the movie, T'Challa says this during his coronation tribal combat to affirm his worthiness. Halfway through, Erik Stevens "Killmonger" dramatically introduces himself as [[spoiler:N'Jadaka, son of N'Jobu to publicly reveal his royal lineage]]. Interestingly, it seems one can only formally introduce himself in a conversation when asked to, as Killmonger himself patiently waits and tries to goad others into asking his name.
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