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9th Jun '16 12:28:08 PM LoisB.Fan
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* Alice Dare and Josephine Jerome in ''Mars Evacuees'' by Sophia MacDougall. Sent to Mars as cadets to fight in a war against aliens invading Earth, they wind up only having a few months of training. They learned their lessons well.
4th Jun '16 2:57:50 PM CaptEquinox
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* Lessa of the ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'' definitely counts. She survived a Hold-wide massacre at the age of 10, and went on to murder at least one, probably more, Stewards put in control of the Hold by Fax before she hit her teen years. And began to systematically wreck the Hold's prosperity so Fax got no profit from his conquest. She succeeded so admirably that by the time she's pulled out of there ten years later, Ruatha Hold is a wasteland.

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* Lessa of the ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'' definitely counts. She survived a Hold-wide massacre at the age of 10, and went on to use her PsychicPowers to murder at least one, probably more, Stewards put in control of the Hold by Fax before she hit her teen years. And began to systematically wreck Under her psychic control, the Hold's prosperity was systematically wrecked so Fax got no profit from his conquest. She succeeded so admirably that by the time she's pulled out of there ten years later, Ruatha Hold is a wasteland.
28th May '16 6:23:42 PM WillKeaton
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* [[Manga/CardcaptorSakura Tomoyo Daidouji]] gets this treatment in the later chapters Shadow Crystal Mage's epic crossover fic [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6095074/10/Takamachi_Nanoha_of_2814 Takamachi Nanoha of 2814]]. It boggles the mind, doesn't it?

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* [[Manga/CardcaptorSakura Tomoyo Daidouji]] gets this treatment in the later chapters Shadow Crystal Mage's epic crossover fic [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6095074/10/Takamachi_Nanoha_of_2814 Takamachi Nanoha of 2814]]. 2814.]] It boggles the mind, doesn't it?
19th May '16 2:16:11 PM Laevatein
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* [[https://www.buzzfeed.com/javiermoreno/this-9-year-old-girl-completed-a-24-hour-obstacle-course-des?utm_term=.lyGR4DjB7#.dppARWvBZ Milla Star Bizzotto]] who at 9 years old finished BattleFrog’s 24-hour Xtreme race. Designed by a Navy SEAL, it consists of a 36 mile run, an 8 kilometer swim, and 25 obstacles that include a rope climb, crawling under barbed wire and climbing a 12-foot wall – each of which she had to do six times, over six laps.

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* [[https://www.buzzfeed.com/javiermoreno/this-9-year-old-girl-completed-a-24-hour-obstacle-course-des?utm_term=.lyGR4DjB7#.dppARWvBZ Milla Star Bizzotto]] who at 9 years old finished BattleFrog’s [=BattleFrog=]’s 24-hour Xtreme race. Designed by a Navy SEAL, it consists of a 36 mile run, an 8 kilometer swim, and 25 obstacles that include a rope climb, crawling under barbed wire and climbing a 12-foot wall – each of which she had to do six times, over six laps.
19th May '16 2:15:30 PM Laevatein
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* [[https://www.buzzfeed.com/javiermoreno/this-9-year-old-girl-completed-a-24-hour-obstacle-course-des?utm_term=.lyGR4DjB7#.dppARWvBZ Milla Star Bizzotto]] who at 9 years old finished BattleFrog’s 24-hour Xtreme race. Designed by a Navy SEAL, it consists of a 36 mile run, an 8 kilometer swim, and 25 obstacles that include a rope climb, crawling under barbed wire and climbing a 12-foot wall – each of which she had to do six times, over six laps.
25th Apr '16 12:33:47 PM StFan
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* Amy Rose from ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog. Went from being a BrattyHalfPint to HUMILIATING the Iron King, a MadeOfIron bruiser of a warlord who had previously proved impervious to Sonic's high speed attacks, in each of their encounters and flattening a massive war machine in one hit.
* Susie Derkins from ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' is implied to play lacrosse and routinely beats Calvin senseless whenever he hits her with a snowball/water balloon.

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* Amy Rose from ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog. ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog''. Went from being a BrattyHalfPint to HUMILIATING the Iron King, a MadeOfIron bruiser of a warlord who had previously proved impervious to Sonic's high speed attacks, in each of their encounters and flattening a massive war machine in one hit.
* Susie Derkins from ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' is implied to play lacrosse and routinely beats Calvin senseless whenever he hits her with a snowball/water balloon.
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* Inverted in ''ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye'' - the excitable, impulsive, and remarkably badass Whirl is one of the tallest characters on the crew, but his ''human avatar'' turns out to be a cute, pig-tailed pre-teen girl - outfitted with dual semis and an eyepatch, of course.

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* Inverted in ''ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye'' - ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'': the excitable, impulsive, and remarkably badass Whirl is one of the tallest characters on the crew, but his ''human avatar'' turns out to be a cute, pig-tailed pre-teen girl - -- outfitted with dual semis and an eyepatch, of course.



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* Susie Derkins from ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' is implied to play lacrosse and routinely beats Calvin senseless whenever he hits her with a snowball/water balloon.
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* ''TheMadScientistWars'', we have two-year old Maxwell Eta, the youngest member of the [[BadassFamily Tinker Clan]]. Technically a badass ''Shota'', but seeing as how an attempt to enroll him in Preschool ended in him staging a ''successful'' rebellion, complete with forcing the Superintendent to sign a loyalty oath... he ''has'' to count.

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* ''TheMadScientistWars'', ''Fanfic/TheMadScientistWars'', we have two-year old Maxwell Eta, the youngest member of the [[BadassFamily Tinker Clan]]. Technically a badass ''Shota'', but seeing as how an attempt to enroll him in Preschool ended in him staging a ''successful'' rebellion, complete with forcing the Superintendent to sign a loyalty oath... he ''has'' to count.



“Have I mentioned that you are TERRIFYING when you get angry?” Clock idly commented, and Vista just grinned.

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“Have "Have I mentioned that you are TERRIFYING when you get angry?” angry?" Clock idly commented, and Vista just grinned.
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-->'''Tallahassee:''' You got taken hostage by a little girl?
-->'''Columbus:''' She was like a crouching tiger...
-->'''Tallahassee:''' She's twelve!

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-->'''Tallahassee:''' You got taken hostage by a little girl?
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'''Columbus:'''
She was like a crouching tiger...
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tiger...\\
'''Tallahassee:'''
She's twelve!



* Rachel from the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' novels becomes quite the {{Badass}} by the end of the series. Trained by the BadassNormal of the series, it's hard to see how she couldn't be.
** By the eighth book, most specifically. Nothing quite like [[spoiler:confusing the hell out of the captive wizard by waving with a happy little grin when you're posing as someone under threat of death if he doesn't cooperate. Oh, and that soldier standing behind you? Yeah, that's your BadassNormal adoptive father, so flip him a few knives for him to fight with...from UNDER YOUR SKIRT.]]
* Although she's not a prominent character, a girl named Kym in ''ReturnOfTheEmperor'' is a major example. She uses her looks (and her weapons) to knock out unsuspecting men and steal their stuff. She is used as part of the base for a smear campaign against Dusable's moron of a ruler.

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* Rachel from the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' novels becomes quite the {{Badass}} by the end of the series. Trained by the BadassNormal of the series, it's hard to see how she couldn't be.
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be. By the eighth book, most specifically. Nothing quite like [[spoiler:confusing the hell out of the captive wizard by waving with a happy little grin when you're posing as someone under threat of death if he doesn't cooperate. Oh, and that soldier standing behind you? Yeah, that's your BadassNormal adoptive father, so flip him a few knives for him to fight with... from UNDER YOUR SKIRT.]]
* Although she's not a prominent character, a girl named Kym in ''ReturnOfTheEmperor'' ''Literature/ReturnOfTheEmperor'' is a major example. She uses her looks (and her weapons) to knock out unsuspecting men and steal their stuff. She is used as part of the base for a smear campaign against Dusable's moron of a ruler.



* In Creator/NealStephenson's [[PostCyberpunk post-cyberpunk]] novel ''Literature/TheDiamondAge'', one of the many convoluted subplots revolves around a [[TheTriadsAndTheTongs Shanghai crime boss]] whose suspected child trafficking activities turn out to be actually a large-scale plan to save unwanted baby girls from certain death and provide them with an education only high-class children can dream of. Through clever planning he also gets his hands on a mass-produced version of an electronic GreatBigBookOfEverything, that was supposed to be a unique item for the granddaughter of the [[{{Fiction500}} richest man on earth]]. Being Chinese, they also were all trained in [[WaifFu martial arts]]. In the end, it all comes down to Shanghai going to hell with a large scale civil war with ethnic cleansing, suicide bombings, and all the other ugly things. But then [[spoiler:the day is saved by massive armies of twelve year old girls marching in huge columns from the countryside and putting down all resistance in a matter of hours.]]
** Don't forget Nell. [[spoiler:She received the original of the GreatBigBookOfEverything, and the engineer who made it -- and was later blackmailed into providing the many given to the trafficked girls -- altered the plans for those copies to make them subservient to the original...so when Nell shows up, she immediately has a fanatically-loyal army of badass gangster-killing twelve-year-old girls at her absolute command.]]

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* In Creator/NealStephenson's [[PostCyberpunk post-cyberpunk]] novel ''Literature/TheDiamondAge'', one ''Literature/TheDiamondAge'':
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of the many convoluted subplots revolves around a [[TheTriadsAndTheTongs Shanghai crime boss]] whose suspected child trafficking activities turn out to be actually a large-scale plan to save unwanted baby girls from certain death and provide them with an education only high-class children can dream of. Through clever planning he also gets his hands on a mass-produced version of an electronic GreatBigBookOfEverything, that was supposed to be a unique item for the granddaughter of the [[{{Fiction500}} richest man on earth]]. Being Chinese, they also were all trained in [[WaifFu martial arts]]. In the end, it all comes down to Shanghai going to hell with a large scale civil war with ethnic cleansing, suicide bombings, and all the other ugly things. But then [[spoiler:the day is saved by massive armies of twelve year old girls marching in huge columns from the countryside and putting down all resistance in a matter of hours.]]
** Don't forget Nell. [[spoiler:She received the original of the GreatBigBookOfEverything, and the engineer who made it -- and was later blackmailed into providing the many given to the trafficked girls -- altered the plans for those copies to make them subservient to the original...so when Nell shows up, she immediately has a fanatically-loyal army of badass gangster-killing twelve-year-old girls at her absolute command.]]



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3rd Apr '16 1:15:28 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/{{Wonderful}}'': Missy "Vista" Biron is thirteen. She's a super-hero capable of distorting space. In episode 13, she uses her power to avert cannonballs.
-->The tank fired the next shot, and Vista made space curl. The shell did a loop in the air, before coming back down upon the tank. It managed to dodge out of the way, but the ensuing explosion made the tank tumble over.\\
“Have I mentioned that you are TERRIFYING when you get angry?” Clock idly commented, and Vista just grinned.
20th Mar '16 11:57:43 AM Tightwire
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* Inverted in ''ComicBook/MoreThanMeetsTheEye'' - the excitable, impulsive, and remarkably badass Whirl is one of the tallest characters on the crew, but his ''human avatar'' turns out to be a cute, pig-tailed pre-teen girl - outfitted with dual semis and an eyepatch, of course.
5th Mar '16 7:48:04 PM tytoman
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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'': Anise Tatlin, at thirteen years old, is a full-fledged sergeant of the [[ChurchMilitant Oracle Knights]] who serves as the personal bodyguard to the head of her order, thanks in part to a size-shifting doll that [[MarionetteMaster she uses as a battle mount]]. Her predecessor and counterpart among the QuirkyMinibossSquad is Arietta the Wild, who also fits this trope as a dangerous combination of Beast Master and Mage.
29th Feb '16 2:48:52 PM margdean56
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* In Creator/NealStephenson's [[PostCyberpunk post-cyberpunk]] novel ''Literature/TheDiamondAge'', one of the many convoluted subplots revolves around a [[TheTriadsAndTheTongs Shanghai crime boss]] whose suspected child trafficking activities turn out to be actually a large scale plan to save unwanted baby girls from certain death and provide them with an education only high class children can dream of. Through clever planning he also gets his hand on a mass-produced version of an electronic GreatBigBookOfEverything, that was supposed to be a unique item for the granddaughter of the [[{{Fiction500}} richest man on earth]]. Being Chinese, they also were all trained in [[WaifFu martial arts]]. In the end, it all comes down to Shanghai going to hell with a large scale civil war with ethnic cleansing, suicide bombings, and all the other ugly things. But then [[spoiler:the day is saved by massive armies of twelve year old girls marching in huge columns from the countryside and putting down all resistance in a matter of hours.]]

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* In Creator/NealStephenson's [[PostCyberpunk post-cyberpunk]] novel ''Literature/TheDiamondAge'', one of the many convoluted subplots revolves around a [[TheTriadsAndTheTongs Shanghai crime boss]] whose suspected child trafficking activities turn out to be actually a large scale large-scale plan to save unwanted baby girls from certain death and provide them with an education only high class high-class children can dream of. Through clever planning he also gets his hand hands on a mass-produced version of an electronic GreatBigBookOfEverything, that was supposed to be a unique item for the granddaughter of the [[{{Fiction500}} richest man on earth]]. Being Chinese, they also were all trained in [[WaifFu martial arts]]. In the end, it all comes down to Shanghai going to hell with a large scale civil war with ethnic cleansing, suicide bombings, and all the other ugly things. But then [[spoiler:the day is saved by massive armies of twelve year old girls marching in huge columns from the countryside and putting down all resistance in a matter of hours.]]
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