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8th Mar '17 6:52:48 AM WaxingName
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* The Monsters in the Underground in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' ultimately just want to be free of their sealed existence under Mt. Ebott, and many of them are willing to capture and kill a human child to make that possible.
26th Feb '17 7:08:45 AM Drgonzo
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* A running theme of the ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' series. The villains in each series are trying to win their freedom from some kind of "system", be it genetics, cultural oppression, or government demands, or the AI that winds up secretly ruling the world.

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* A running theme of the ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' series. The villains in each series game are trying to win their freedom from some kind of "system", be it genetics, cultural oppression, or government demands, or the AI that winds up secretly ruling the world.
26th Feb '17 7:08:22 AM Drgonzo
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* A running theme of the ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' series. The villains in each series are trying to win their freedom from some kind of "system", be it genetics, cultural oppression, or government demands, or the AI that winds up secretly ruling the world.
3rd Feb '17 8:14:24 AM ectostar
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If characters have to obtain the ability to be free, compare EarnYourHappyEnding. If TheMasquerade blocks freedom, it may be obtained by TheUnmasquedWorld

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If characters have to obtain the ability to be free, compare EarnYourHappyEnding. If TheMasquerade blocks freedom, it may be obtained by TheUnmasquedWorld
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27th Nov '16 3:09:35 PM nombretomado
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* Runaways Shasta, Bree, Aravis, and Hwin in ''TheHorseAndHisBoy'' -- Shasta and the horses are running away from slavery, Aravis from an ArrangedMarriage.

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* Runaways Shasta, Bree, Aravis, and Hwin in ''TheHorseAndHisBoy'' ''Literature/TheHorseAndHisBoy'' -- Shasta and the horses are running away from slavery, Aravis from an ArrangedMarriage.
23rd Nov '16 3:48:15 PM ILikeRobots
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** [[{{Trickster}} Hong Kong]] declares that he wants to live on his own in one strip, much to his brother [[ImmortalImmaturity China's]] horror. China begs and pleads with him to change his mind, and ''does'' get him to stay...under [[EmbarrassingAnimalSuit one condition]].
2nd Sep '16 8:32:32 AM Willbyr
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* ''OnePiece'' is a series that is about dreams and freedom,, expressed through piracy. This is especially apparent with the [[MagneticHero transformative qualities of the protagonist]]. Of course, for ''major'' characters, this seems to translate to "leave whatever the hell you're doing and [[RuleOfCool do something unexpected]]". The emphasis on dreams goes both ways: with villains, the protagonist doesn't kill them, but leaves them alive [[AFateWorseThanDeath to watch their hopes and dreams crumble around them.]]

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* ''OnePiece'' ''Manga/OnePiece'' is a series that is about dreams and freedom,, expressed through piracy. This is especially apparent with the [[MagneticHero transformative qualities of the protagonist]]. Of course, for ''major'' characters, this seems to translate to "leave whatever the hell you're doing and [[RuleOfCool do something unexpected]]". The emphasis on dreams goes both ways: with villains, the protagonist doesn't kill them, but leaves them alive [[AFateWorseThanDeath to watch their hopes and dreams crumble around them.]]



* In ''ShamanKing'', many characters seek the power of the greatest spirit in order to fulfill their dreams, though Yoh, the protagonist, seeks it in order to not be bothered by having to work for anything anymore. To him, it's logical to work himself to death (literally) if it means freedom later in life. Some characters are so caught up in the concept of needing the Great Spirit to accomplish their goal that they forget they could do it anyway.
* Some of the [[SealedInsideAPersonShapedCan Tailed-Beast Hosts]] from ''{{Naruto}}'' seek freedom from the stigma of being the hosts of demons, and thus the requirement of being war machines. Killer Bee, host of the Eight-Tails, fakes his death so he can get away from his responsibilities.

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* In ''ShamanKing'', ''Manga/ShamanKing'', many characters seek the power of the greatest spirit in order to fulfill their dreams, though Yoh, the protagonist, seeks it in order to not be bothered by having to work for anything anymore. To him, it's logical to work himself to death (literally) if it means freedom later in life. Some characters are so caught up in the concept of needing the Great Spirit to accomplish their goal that they forget they could do it anyway.
* Some of the [[SealedInsideAPersonShapedCan Tailed-Beast Hosts]] from ''{{Naruto}}'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' seek freedom from the stigma of being the hosts of demons, and thus the requirement of being war machines. Killer Bee, host of the Eight-Tails, fakes his death so he can get away from his responsibilities.
25th Jun '16 11:31:40 AM eroock
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-->--'''Genie,''' ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''

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-->--'''Genie,''' -->-- '''Genie,''' ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''
9th Jun '16 7:40:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''SamuraiJack'' faced a viking warrior cursed by Aku. The man was mystically bound by his stone surroundings, and could not die unless he was killed in battle. Being an excellent warrior as well as a stone giant, actually finding a warrior skilled enough to defeat him in honorable combat (so as to join his fallen brethren in Valhalla) and break the curse of eternal-life-within-stone was near-impossible until Jack came along.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' animated series had the Genosha story arc, where mutants were enslaved to use their powers for labor. They were told they'd be released when the work was done. [[BlatantLies Yeah...]]

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* ''SamuraiJack'' ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' faced a viking warrior cursed by Aku. The man was mystically bound by his stone surroundings, and could not die unless he was killed in battle. Being an excellent warrior as well as a stone giant, actually finding a warrior skilled enough to defeat him in honorable combat (so as to join his fallen brethren in Valhalla) and break the curse of eternal-life-within-stone was near-impossible until Jack came along.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series had the Genosha story arc, where mutants were enslaved to use their powers for labor. They were told they'd be released when the work was done. [[BlatantLies Yeah...]]
19th Apr '16 1:57:46 PM erazor0707
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* ''Fanfic/SoulEaterTroubledSouls'': After a certain point in the Cobra Island Arc, Crona grows sick and tired of Medusa because she/he comes to the conclusion she will continue to haunt everyone unless he/she does something about it personally. Only then will Crona believe he/she will be free from Medusa's hold, and this is the driving motivation behind the final confrontation with her.
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