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4th May '16 3:08:04 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* While not prominent, both Arima and Miyazaki develop them early on in ''KareKano''. One arc deals with what happens when Yukino's turns against her.

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* While not prominent, both Arima and Miyazaki develop them early on in ''KareKano''.''Manga/KareKano''. One arc deals with what happens when Yukino's turns against her.
18th Apr '16 9:38:39 AM Willbyr
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* The {{Pokemon}} games will give you your own personal fan club after meeting certain requirements like beating the Elite Four and [[GottaCatchEmAll catching all Pokémon.]]

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* The {{Pokemon}} ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games will give you your own personal fan club after meeting certain requirements like beating the Elite Four and [[GottaCatchEmAll catching all Pokémon.]]
13th Apr '16 1:14:24 PM Nazetrime
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* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' there is a guild called Gaea Admirers that formed for the sole purpose of helping out Gaea, whom they believe to be a DoubleAgent loyal to the Coalition, while Gaea herself in the Empire. The MauveShirt among them, Meuhmeuh, tends to appear out of nowhere if he considers Gaea needs his help. [[spoiler:They give Gaea a place to go when she does an opportunistic Face Heel Turn.]]

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* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' there is a guild called Gaea Admirers that formed for the sole purpose of helping out Gaea, whom they believe to be a DoubleAgent loyal to the Coalition, while Gaea herself in the Empire. The MauveShirt recurring character among them, Meuhmeuh, tends to appear out of nowhere if he considers Gaea needs his help. [[spoiler:They give Gaea a place to go when she does an opportunistic Face Heel Turn.]]
13th Apr '16 1:11:55 PM Nazetrime
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* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' there is a guild called Gaea Admirers that formed for the sole purpose of helping out Gaea, whom they believe to be a DoubleAgent loyal to the Coalition, while Gaea herself in the Empire. [[spoiler:They give Gaea a place to go when she does an opportunistic Face Heel Turn.]]

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* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' there is a guild called Gaea Admirers that formed for the sole purpose of helping out Gaea, whom they believe to be a DoubleAgent loyal to the Coalition, while Gaea herself in the Empire. The MauveShirt among them, Meuhmeuh, tends to appear out of nowhere if he considers Gaea needs his help. [[spoiler:They give Gaea a place to go when she does an opportunistic Face Heel Turn.]]
13th Apr '16 1:00:53 PM Nazetrime
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* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' there is a guild called Gaea Admirers that formed for the sole purpose of helping out Gaea, whom they believe to be a DoubleAgent loyal to the Coalition, while Gaea herself in the Empire. [[spoiler:They give Gaea a place to go when she does an opportunistic Face Heel Turn.]]
11th Apr '16 1:58:05 PM Willbyr
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* In the first episode of ''NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu'', we're treated with the InstantFanClub of the titular character, who proceed to clobber the male protagonist for chasing her, even though it's just to clear up some misunderstanding.

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* In the first episode of ''NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu'', ''LightNovel/NogizakaHarukaNoHimitsu'', we're treated with the InstantFanClub of the titular character, who proceed to clobber the male protagonist for chasing her, even though it's just to clear up some misunderstanding.
14th Mar '16 5:35:23 PM Prfnoff
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* There's one for Tsukasa in ''[[StrawberryOneHundredPercent Ichigo100%]]'', who won't even allow her one-time-and-possibly-again-depending-on-how-the-plot-unfolds semi-boyfriend talk to her without him disguising as one of them and slipping through the crowd. It's a rather organized fanclub at that, complete with identification numbers and hierarchy.

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* There's one for Tsukasa in ''[[StrawberryOneHundredPercent Ichigo100%]]'', ''Manga/StrawberryOneHundredPercent'', who won't even allow her one-time-and-possibly-again-depending-on-how-the-plot-unfolds semi-boyfriend talk to her without him disguising as one of them and slipping through the crowd. It's a rather organized fanclub at that, complete with identification numbers and hierarchy.
25th Dec '15 5:53:11 PM nombretomado
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* In the SilverAge, ComicBook/JimmyOlsen had a club of bowtie-wearing dweebs who hung on his every word. As creepy as it sounds.

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* In the SilverAge, UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}, ComicBook/JimmyOlsen had a club of bowtie-wearing dweebs who hung on his every word. As creepy as it sounds.
12th Nov '15 5:50:32 PM nombretomado
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* Also pre-Crisis, {{Robin}}, whilst attending Hudson University as Dick Grayson, had his own on-campus fan-club, and occasionally attended meetings of the self named (at least one hopes so) Robin-Rooters, whose members were mostly female, but not exclusively so. They even designed new costumes for him, which they then had made up for him to wear, which he did.

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* Also pre-Crisis, {{Robin}}, ComicBook/{{Robin}}, whilst attending Hudson University as Dick Grayson, had his own on-campus fan-club, and occasionally attended meetings of the self named (at least one hopes so) Robin-Rooters, whose members were mostly female, but not exclusively so. They even designed new costumes for him, which they then had made up for him to wear, which he did.
5th Nov '15 4:44:41 PM nombretomado
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* The ''RanmaOneHalf'' fanfic ''GirlDays'' has fun with this. When Ranma starts attending Furinkan High as a girl as part of the Girl Days training, a bunch of fan clubs almost immediately break out. One, the Ranma-chan club, is a group of girls devoted to Ranma remaining a girl; another, the Ranma-kun club, are girls who want their male Ranma back, no matter the cost. A third, a group of guys, have deluded themselves into thinking Ranma will go out on a date with them. Ranma and her friends simply call this club 'The Idiots'. And once Shampoo starts attend school as well, she gets her own fan club.

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* The ''RanmaOneHalf'' ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' fanfic ''GirlDays'' has fun with this. When Ranma starts attending Furinkan High as a girl as part of the Girl Days training, a bunch of fan clubs almost immediately break out. One, the Ranma-chan club, is a group of girls devoted to Ranma remaining a girl; another, the Ranma-kun club, are girls who want their male Ranma back, no matter the cost. A third, a group of guys, have deluded themselves into thinking Ranma will go out on a date with them. Ranma and her friends simply call this club 'The Idiots'. And once Shampoo starts attend school as well, she gets her own fan club.
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