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** It's implied that Laharl and Sicily's mother, the Queen, was a LoveFreak herself before she died. According to Laharl and Etna, she would give her son lectures on love that were similar to Flonne's. The reason Laharl is so obstinate when it comes to love, or even any positive feelings, is because of her HeroicSacrifice.
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%%* Hotaru from ''Manga/DotHackLegendOfTheTwilight''.
%%* Haiji from ''Manga/AiKora''.
* Akari from ''Manga/{{ARIA}}'' fits this trope like a single glove, though ''the entire show itself'' could also be argued to qualify.
* Stomped into the dirt and ground under [[Creator/JunjiIto Junji Ito's]] heel in the story ''Army Of One''. The titular group preaches that everyone is friends and should join hearts and love each other... by killing people and sewing them together in increasingly and creatively brutal fashions. Turns out it's [[spoiler: Natsuko somehow doing it all by herself.]]
--> '''Radio:''' Gather round, people! All together now! Nobody likes a lonely only! Everyone's your friend, everyone's your friend, when you join hearts and sing - Army of One, we're an Army of One! Everybody join hands now, everybody join hearts now, Army of Oooooone!!
* ''America'' from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' is a good candidate for this - though he's mostly got a [[AmericaSavesTheDay hero complex]]. He does mention [[spoiler:getting back ''Lithuania'' and ''Poland'' together for justice]] in a pretty famous comic strip in which [[spoiler:America and Lithuania are lying in bed and talking about the men in their lives]], and anyway - a 'hero' complex has everything to do with love and justice. Though does preaching that they'll save love and justice count?
* Elmer C. Albatross of ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' is a hardcore example, to the point where his behavior often stops being annoying and becomes seriously disturbing (such as when he cheerfully encouraged a young girl to smile after her fiancee was murdered right in front of her). This is probably because he [[TheAntiNihilist doesn't see any inherent meaning or morality in the world]], so instead he just wants everyone to be happy.
* Riruka Dokugamine from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is something of an example, as she proclaims her Fullbring ability to be ThePowerOfLove. Her power is supposedly compatible with anything she loves (which are mostly stuffed animals and other cute girly things). [[spoiler:She's also the TokenGoodTeammate among the Fullbringers.]] However, she has some {{tsundere}} tendencies that prevent her from being a complete example.
* Bojiggler from ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'' takes this trope to its logical extreme--one minute he's preaching about love and peace and how much he hates hurting people; the next he's beating or blasting the everloving shit out of people for ''no reason at all!''
* From the same creator comes [[spoiler:Saika]] of ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'', a [[spoiler:sword]] who just wants to love anyone and everyone. Of course, since she's [[spoiler:an EmpathicWeapon that "breeds" by cutting people]], [[TheVirus this dream can only end in disaster.]]
* Sherry from ''Manga/FairyTail''. While not the standard (she was initially a villain), her first appearance consists of her simply talking about love.
-->'''Sherry''': We'll throw them into eternal darkness. In other words... ''love''.
-->'''Sherry''': Reitei sama will never love me now!
** Her cousin Chelia, in the timeskip, shares the same sentiment.
* Fran Madaraki of ''Manga/FrankenFran'' is a self-described "lover of love" and frequently performs procedures that she believes will bring couples together. Although she's far from incompetent-- she may be the second best surgeon in the world, after her creator-- she's extremely naive and her medical ethics are questionable at the very best.
* Albert from ''Anime/{{Gankutsuou}}'' becomes this somewhat, after getting convinced that what matters most for people to marry for is love. Initially, it was Maximilien who thought this way more, but he later became more understanding after hearing Franz tell him that marrying the one you love isn't always the way to bring them happiness. So instead, [[WideEyedIdealist Albert]] becomes the one more obsessed with it than Maximilien. Because of his fixation on the idea of [[ThePowerOfLove true love]], he starts questioning his own ArrangedMarriage with Eugenie, and frequently talks about how he wishes to truly experience love...
* Winner Sinclair from ''Manga/{{Karin}}'' is a spoof, often rattling off words that make no sense in Japanese (he's Romanian) but have something to do with love or determination or whatnot. Nobody takes him seriously. The kicker is, the KnightTemplar's his grandfather.
* Yuuri from ''LightNovel/KyoKaraMaoh'', who becomes king of the Demons and sets out to end thousands of years of racism by reaching out the Humans with compassion and never distrusting anyone, ever. Because he has such [[UndyingLoyalty good]] [[TrueCompanions support]], it works. Mostly.
* Miss Crangela from {{Manhwa/LetDai}} is quite a realistic example.
* [[spoiler:Shinka]] in the animated version of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' was one when she was in the MsImagination stage. While she grew out of it and saw that as OldShame, she still shows traces of it now.
* In ''LightNovel/MagiciansAcademy'', specifically episode 5 introduces [[spoiler:Hapshiel]] who loves everyone and wants to share this. Seeing as [[spoiler:he's invincible as well as dense as a plank and a bisexual masochist he doesn't really know how to stop loving people.]]



* Princess Amelia in ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' is probably the best example from that series.
** With her father, Prince Phil, being an ''even more'' over-the-top gender-flipped version.

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* Princess Amelia In ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico'' Yurika's overriding and outspoken faith in ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' is probably True Love and Justice ([[ClingyJealousGirl especially True Love]]) accounts for about 50% of the best example from that series.
** With
"Ditz" in her father, Prince Phil, GeniusDitz personality. The other half is just being an ''even more'' over-the-top gender-flipped version.generally {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.



* Strike Man from ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' really ''is'' incompetent, and is played for laughs.
* Winner Sinclair from ''Manga/{{Karin}}'' is a spoof, often rattling off words that make no sense in Japanese (he's Romanian) but have something to do with love or determination or whatnot. Nobody takes him seriously. The kicker is, the KnightTemplar's his grandfather.
* Usagi Tsukino, of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' fame, has the exact personality traits described above, although most people tend to see her in a simple MagicalGirlWarrior role, or from a [[MessianicArchetype Messiah]] mold, as the series flat-out names her the Messiah.
** Aino Minako, or Sailor Venus, would be another obvious choice - going on about love as much as Sailor Moon, because she's aware she's an incarnation of the goddess Venus/Aphrodite or at least connected to her. She tries to play this up but fails at it as her being unlucky in love despite this is a recuring theme throughout her manga, ''Manga/CodenameSailorV.''
* Hotaru from ''Manga/DotHackLegendOfTheTwilight''.



* [[ThePollyanna Fuura Kafuka]] from ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei''; also extremely [[TheDitz ditzy]] and played for every drop of satire the series can wring out of her.
** Do note that on a few rare occasions, hints are dropped that this behavior is [[StepfordSmiler nothing but an act]], and we should actually be [[BewareTheNiceOnes VERY afraid of Kafuka.]]

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* [[ThePollyanna Fuura Kafuka]] Duck/Ahiru from ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei''; also extremely [[TheDitz ditzy]] ''Anime/PrincessTutu'' -- even more so (if such a thing is possible) when she's in Tutu form. More importantly, she's much more eloquent and played for every drop of satire the series can wring out of her.
** Do note that on a few rare occasions, hints are dropped that this behavior is [[StepfordSmiler nothing but an act]], and we should actually be [[BewareTheNiceOnes VERY afraid of Kafuka.]]
persuasive about it.



* Anzu/Tea Mazaki of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' seems hardly able to speak about anything but ThePowerOfFriendship. She wasn't as bad in the original Japanese; Anzu allowed herself to be a bit more cynical.
** Parodied in the Abridged Series with her trying to fix a lightning bolt to the head with friendship.
** [[MoralityPet Mokuba]] is also portrayed this way in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'', desperately trying to make friends in what amounts to a cast of JerkAss actors. In the original, Mokuba only obsessed over his [[PromotionToParent Promoted To Parent]] big brother.
* In ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico'' Yurika's overriding and outspoken faith in True Love and Justice ([[ClingyJealousGirl especially True Love]]) accounts for about 50% of the "Ditz" in her GeniusDitz personality. The other half is just being generally {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.
* Every single character in ''Manga/WeddingPeach'' who's on the good side is a LoveFreak, including the one who got a ([[ThePowerOfLove magically forced]]) HeelFaceTurn.
* Akari from ''{{Manga/ARIA}}'' fits this trope like a single glove, though ''the entire show itself'' could also be argued to qualify.

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* Anzu/Tea Mazaki Usagi Tsukino, of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' seems hardly able ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' fame, has the exact personality traits described above, although most people tend to speak see her in a simple MagicalGirlWarrior role, or from a [[MessianicArchetype Messiah]] mold, as the series flat-out names her the Messiah.
** Aino Minako, or Sailor Venus, would be another obvious choice - going on
about anything but ThePowerOfFriendship. She wasn't love as bad in the original Japanese; Anzu allowed herself to be a bit more cynical.
** Parodied in the Abridged Series with her trying to fix a lightning bolt to the head with friendship.
** [[MoralityPet Mokuba]] is also portrayed this way in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'', desperately trying to make friends in what amounts to a cast of JerkAss actors. In the original, Mokuba only obsessed over his [[PromotionToParent Promoted To Parent]] big brother.
* In ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico'' Yurika's overriding and outspoken faith in True Love and Justice ([[ClingyJealousGirl especially True Love]]) accounts for about 50%
much as Sailor Moon, because she's aware she's an incarnation of the "Ditz" in goddess Venus/Aphrodite or at least connected to her. She tries to play this up but fails at it as her GeniusDitz personality. The other half is just being generally {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.
* Every single character
unlucky in ''Manga/WeddingPeach'' who's on the good side love despite this is a LoveFreak, including the one who got a ([[ThePowerOfLove magically forced]]) HeelFaceTurn.
recuring theme throughout her manga, ''Manga/CodenameSailorV.''
* Akari [[ThePollyanna Fuura Kafuka]] from ''{{Manga/ARIA}}'' fits ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei''; also extremely [[TheDitz ditzy]] and played for every drop of satire the series can wring out of her.
** Do note that on a few rare occasions, hints are dropped that
this trope like behavior is [[StepfordSmiler nothing but an act]], and we should actually be [[BewareTheNiceOnes VERY afraid of Kafuka.]]
* Kazehana, from ''Manga/{{Sekirei}}'', is somewhat of
a single glove, though ''the entire show itself'' could more mature example. While she starts out as a BrokenBird nursing a broken heart, and becomes the CoolBigSis of the group.....she's also be argued prone to qualify.interrupting serious moments by squealing about how wonderful ~love~ is. Musubi and [[spoiler: Yume]] play it more straight, giving speeches about ThePowerOfLove. Of course, since love is the source of a Sekirei's true power, this makes them somewhat GenreSavvy.



* Albert from ''Anime/{{Gankutsuou}}'' becomes this somewhat, after getting convinced that what matters most for people to marry for is love. Initially, it was Maximilien who thought this way more, but he later became more understanding after hearing Franz tell him that marrying the one you love isn't always the way to bring them happiness. So instead, [[WideEyedIdealist Albert]] becomes the one more obsessed with it than Maximilien. Because of his fixation on the idea of [[ThePowerOfLove true love]], he starts questioning his own ArrangedMarriage with Eugenie, and frequently talks about how he wishes to truly experience love...
* Duck/Ahiru from ''Anime/PrincessTutu'' -- even more so (if such a thing is possible) when she's in Tutu form. More importantly, she's much more eloquent and persuasive about it.
* Haiji from ''Manga/AiKora''.

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* Albert from ''Anime/{{Gankutsuou}}'' becomes this somewhat, after getting convinced that what matters most for people to marry for President Lory Takarada of ''Manga/SkipBeat'' is in love with love. Initially, He likes to spread and preach about the wonders of love whenever he can and believes in it was Maximilien who thought this way more, but he later more than anything else in the world. He's so infamous for his dedication to love and romance that everybody in his company is well aware of it.
* Princess Amelia in ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' is probably the best example from that series. Her love of justice
became more understanding after hearing Franz tell him that marrying the one you love isn't always the way to bring them happiness. So instead, [[WideEyedIdealist Albert]] becomes the one more obsessed with it than Maximilien. Because of his fixation on the idea of [[ThePowerOfLove true love]], he starts questioning his own ArrangedMarriage with Eugenie, and frequently talks about how he wishes to truly experience love...
* Duck/Ahiru from ''Anime/PrincessTutu'' -- even more so (if
such a thing is possible) when she's defining trait in Tutu form. More importantly, she's much more eloquent the anime and persuasive about it.
* Haiji from ''Manga/AiKora''.
early manga that, for a while, she became reviled by a lot of fans.
** With her father, Prince Phil, being an ''even more'' over-the-top gender-flipped version.



* Sherry from ''Manga/FairyTail''. While not the standard (she was initially a villain), her first appearance consists of her simply talking about love.
-->'''Sherry''': We'll throw them into eternal darkness. In other words... ''love''.
-->'''Sherry''': Reitei sama will never love me now!
** Her cousin Chelia, in the timeskip, shares the same sentiment.
* Fran Madaraki of ''Manga/FrankenFran'' is a self-described "lover of love" and frequently performs procedures that she believes will bring couples together. Although she's far from incompetent-- she may be the second best surgeon in the world, after her creator-- she's extremely naive and her medical ethics are questionable at the very best.
* Elmer C. Albatross of LightNovel/{{Baccano}} is a hardcore example, to the point where his behavior often stops being annoying and becomes seriously disturbing (such as when he cheerfully encouraged a young girl to smile after her fiancee was murdered right in front of her). This is probably because he [[TheAntiNihilist doesn't see any inherent meaning or morality in the world]], so instead he just wants everyone to be happy.
* From the same creator comes [[spoiler:Saika]] of ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'', a [[spoiler:sword]] who just wants to love anyone and everyone. Of course, since she's [[spoiler:an EmpathicWeapon that "breeds" by cutting people]], [[TheVirus this dream can only end in disaster.]]

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* Sherry from ''Manga/FairyTail''. While not Every single character in ''Manga/WeddingPeach'' who's on the standard (she was initially a villain), her first appearance consists of her simply talking about love.
-->'''Sherry''': We'll throw them into eternal darkness. In other words... ''love''.
-->'''Sherry''': Reitei sama will never love me now!
** Her cousin Chelia, in the timeskip, shares the same sentiment.
* Fran Madaraki of ''Manga/FrankenFran''
good side is a self-described "lover of love" and frequently performs procedures that she believes will bring couples together. Although she's far from incompetent-- she may be LoveFreak, including the second best surgeon in the world, after her creator-- she's extremely naive and her medical ethics are questionable at the very best.
* Elmer C. Albatross of LightNovel/{{Baccano}} is a hardcore example, to the point where his behavior often stops being annoying and becomes seriously disturbing (such as when he cheerfully encouraged a young girl to smile after her fiancee was murdered right in front of her). This is probably because he [[TheAntiNihilist doesn't see any inherent meaning or morality in the world]], so instead he just wants everyone to be happy.
* From the same creator comes [[spoiler:Saika]] of ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'', a [[spoiler:sword]]
one who just wants to love anyone and everyone. Of course, since she's [[spoiler:an EmpathicWeapon that "breeds" by cutting people]], [[TheVirus this dream can only end in disaster.]]got a ([[ThePowerOfLove magically forced]]) HeelFaceTurn.



* In ''LightNovel/MagiciansAcademy'', specifically episode 5 introduces [[spoiler:Hapshiel]] who loves everyone and wants to share this. Seeing as [[spoiler:he's invincible as well as dense as a plank and a bisexual masochist he doesn't really know how to stop loving people.]]
* Yuuri from ''LightNovel/KyoKaraMaoh'', who becomes king of the Demons and sets out to end thousands of years of racism by reaching out the Humans with compassion and never distrusting anyone, ever. Because he has such [[UndyingLoyalty good]] [[TrueCompanions support]], it works. Mostly.
* ''America'' from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' is a good candidate for this - though he's mostly got a [[AmericaSavesTheDay hero complex]]. He does mention [[spoiler:getting back ''Lithuania'' and ''Poland'' together for justice]] in a pretty famous comic strip in which [[spoiler:America and Lithuania are lying in bed and talking about the men in their lives]], and anyway - a 'hero' complex has everything to do with love and justice. Though does preaching that they'll save love and justice count?
* Riruka Dokugamine from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is something of an example, as she proclaims her Fullbring ability to be ThePowerOfLove. Her power is supposedly compatible with anything she loves (which are mostly stuffed animals and other cute girly things). [[spoiler:She's also the TokenGoodTeammate among the Fullbringers.]] However, she has some {{tsundere}} tendencies that prevent her from being a complete example.
* [[spoiler:Shinka]] in the animated version of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' was one when she was in the MsImagination stage. While she grew out of it and saw that as OldShame, she still shows traces of it now.
* Miss Crangela from {{Manhwa/LetDai}} is quite a realistic example.
* Kazehana, from ''{{Sekirei}}'', is somewhat of a more mature example. While she starts out as a BrokenBird nursing a broken heart, and becomes the CoolBigSis of the group.....she's also prone to interrupting serious moments by squealing about how wonderful ~love~ is. Musubi and [[spoiler: Yume]] play it more straight, giving speeches about ThePowerOfLove. Of course, since love is the source of a Sekirei's true power, this makes them somewhat GenreSavvy.
* President Lory Takarada of ''Manga/SkipBeat'' is in love with love. He likes to spread and preach about the wonders of love whenever he can and believes in it more than anything else in the world. He's so infamous for his dedication to love and romance that everybody in his company is well aware of it.
* Stomped into the dirt and ground under [[Creator/JunjiIto Junji Ito's]] heel in the story ''Army Of One''. The titular group preaches that everyone is friends and should join hearts and love each other... by killing people and sewing them together in increasingly and creatively brutal fashions. Turns out it's [[spoiler: Natsuko somehow doing it all by herself.]]
--> '''Radio:''' Gather round, people! All together now! Nobody likes a lonely only! Everyone's your friend, everyone's your friend, when you join hearts and sing - Army of One, we're an Army of One! Everybody join hands now, everybody join hearts now, Army of Oooooone!!
* Bojiggler from ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'' takes this trope to its logical extreme--one minute he's preaching about love and peace and how much he hates hurting people; the next he's beating or blasting the everloving shit out of people for ''no reason at all!''

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* In ''LightNovel/MagiciansAcademy'', specifically episode 5 introduces [[spoiler:Hapshiel]] who loves everyone and wants to share this. Seeing as [[spoiler:he's invincible as well as dense as a plank and a bisexual masochist he doesn't Strike Man from ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' really know how to stop loving people.]]
* Yuuri from ''LightNovel/KyoKaraMaoh'', who becomes king of the Demons
''is'' incompetent, and sets out to end thousands of years of racism by reaching out the Humans with compassion and never distrusting anyone, ever. Because he has such [[UndyingLoyalty good]] [[TrueCompanions support]], it works. Mostly.
* ''America'' from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''
is a good candidate played for this - though he's mostly got a [[AmericaSavesTheDay hero complex]]. He does mention [[spoiler:getting back ''Lithuania'' and ''Poland'' together for justice]] in a pretty famous comic strip in which [[spoiler:America and Lithuania are lying in bed and talking laughs.
* Anzu/Tea Mazaki of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' seems hardly able to speak
about the men in their lives]], and anyway - a 'hero' complex has everything to do with love and justice. Though does preaching that they'll save love and justice count?
* Riruka Dokugamine from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is something of an example, as she proclaims her Fullbring ability to be ThePowerOfLove. Her power is supposedly compatible with
anything she loves (which are mostly stuffed animals and other cute girly things). [[spoiler:She's also the TokenGoodTeammate among the Fullbringers.]] However, she has some {{tsundere}} tendencies that prevent her from being a complete example.
* [[spoiler:Shinka]]
but ThePowerOfFriendship. She wasn't as bad in the animated version of ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' was one when she was original Japanese; Anzu allowed herself to be a bit more cynical.
** Parodied
in the MsImagination stage. While she grew out of it and saw that as OldShame, she still shows traces of it now.
* Miss Crangela from {{Manhwa/LetDai}} is quite
Abridged Series with her trying to fix a realistic example.
* Kazehana, from ''{{Sekirei}}'', is somewhat of a more mature example. While she starts out as a BrokenBird nursing a broken heart, and becomes
lightning bolt to the CoolBigSis of the group.....she's head with friendship.
** [[MoralityPet Mokuba]] is
also prone to interrupting serious moments by squealing about how wonderful ~love~ is. Musubi and [[spoiler: Yume]] play it more straight, giving speeches about ThePowerOfLove. Of course, since love is the source of a Sekirei's true power, portrayed this makes them somewhat GenreSavvy.
* President Lory Takarada of ''Manga/SkipBeat'' is
way in love with love. He likes ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'', desperately trying to spread and preach about the wonders of love whenever he can and believes in it more than anything else in the world. He's so infamous for his dedication to love and romance that everybody in his company is well aware of it.
* Stomped into the dirt and ground under [[Creator/JunjiIto Junji Ito's]] heel in the story ''Army Of One''. The titular group preaches that everyone is
make friends and should join hearts and love each other... by killing people and sewing them together in increasingly and creatively brutal fashions. Turns out it's [[spoiler: Natsuko somehow doing it all by herself.]]
--> '''Radio:''' Gather round, people! All together now! Nobody likes
what amounts to a lonely only! Everyone's your friend, everyone's your friend, when you join hearts and sing - Army cast of One, we're an Army of One! Everybody join hands now, everybody join hearts now, Army of Oooooone!!
* Bojiggler from ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'' takes this trope to its logical extreme--one minute he's preaching about love and peace and how much he hates hurting people;
JerkAss actors. In the next he's beating or blasting the everloving shit out of people for ''no reason at all!''original, Mokuba only obsessed over his [[PromotionToParent Promoted To Parent]] big brother.



* Amore in ''WesternAnimation/TheWinxClub''. She is the Pixie of Love, obsessed over love and tries to push couples closer together. Plus, the anem Amore means "Love" in Italian.

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* Amore in ''WesternAnimation/TheWinxClub''.''WesternAnimation/WinxClub''. She is the Pixie of Love, obsessed over love and tries to push couples closer together. Plus, the anem Amore means "Love" in Italian.
31st May '16 9:59:17 AM rafi
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* Optimus Prime started out like this in ''TransformersAnimated'' with his "we're all just cogs in the Autobot machine" speech. He got over it very, very quickly around the time they got attacked by Megatron.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans''' Starfire.
* The Franchise/CareBears are the embodiment of this trope, though Love-A-Lot Bear shows this the most.



* Heart Throb from the original ''MyLittlePony'' cartoon.

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* The Franchise/CareBears are the embodiment of this trope, though Love-A-Lot Bear shows this the most.
* Heart Throb from the original ''MyLittlePony'' cartoon.''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePony'' cartoon.
* Optimus Prime started out like this in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' with his "we're all just cogs in the Autobot machine" speech. He got over it very, very quickly around the time they got attacked by Megatron.


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* Amore in ''WesternAnimation/TheWinxClub''. She is the Pixie of Love, obsessed over love and tries to push couples closer together. Plus, the anem Amore means "Love" in Italian.
29th Apr '16 12:18:14 AM SSJMagus
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** In one of the alternate endings in Disgaea D2, she has so much love that she unleashes some sort of ultimate love attack and causes Barbara to retreat out of inability to fight the love. Unfortunately, she can't stop causing whatever effect she's making, resulting in unleashing so much angelic power and love that she accidentally turns the entire Netherworld into a second Celestia (think "Heaven"). Not only does this entirely negate every single thing the main characters were working for, but it results in Flonne personally apologizing to every demon in the Netherworld.

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** In one of the alternate endings in Disgaea D2, she has so much love that she unleashes some sort of ultimate love attack and causes Barbara to retreat out of inability to fight the love. Unfortunately, she can't stop causing whatever effect she's making, resulting in unleashing so much angelic power and love that she accidentally turns the entire Netherworld into a second Celestia (think "Heaven"). Not only does this entirely negate every single thing the main characters were working for, but it results in Flonne personally apologizing to every demon in the Netherworld.Netherworld...while still trying to promote love to them.
15th Mar '16 9:14:09 AM nighttrainfm
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* Might Guy of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is perpetually ranting about love and springtime and [[HotBlood passionate, flaming youth]] (In a completely non-sexual way, believe it or not), and is eagerly imitated by his [[BadassNormal star pupil, Rock Lee]] -- this bizarre behavior leads some to believe that a sort of [[HoYay Zeus-Ganymede dynamic]] exists between the two, but this is merely conjecture. He even persuades said student to undergo a risky operation by promising to 'follow' him if he doesn't survive. Then they tearfully embrace.

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* Might Guy of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' is perpetually ranting about love and springtime and [[HotBlood [[HotBlooded passionate, flaming youth]] (In a completely non-sexual way, believe it or not), and is eagerly imitated by his [[BadassNormal star pupil, Rock Lee]] -- this bizarre behavior leads some to believe that a sort of [[HoYay Zeus-Ganymede dynamic]] exists between the two, but this is merely conjecture.Lee]]. He even persuades said student to undergo a risky operation by promising to 'follow' him if he doesn't survive. Then they tearfully embrace.
10th Mar '16 8:17:41 PM nombretomado
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* Casey from [[Main/MSFHighForum MSF]] [[Main/MSFHighIRC High's]] forums and irc games.

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* Casey from [[Main/MSFHighForum [[Roleplay/MSFHighForum MSF]] [[Main/MSFHighIRC [[Webcomic/MSFHighIRC High's]] forums and irc games.



* The CareBears are the embodiment of this trope, though Love-A-Lot Bear shows this the most.

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* The CareBears Franchise/CareBears are the embodiment of this trope, though Love-A-Lot Bear shows this the most.
1st Feb '16 12:36:20 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* The {{Pokemon}} Luvdisc is [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Luvdisc_(Pokémon) apparently one.]]

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* The {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Luvdisc is [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Luvdisc_(Pokémon) apparently one.]]



*** Also, the incredibly rare Pokemon Manaphy has the power to connect with ''anyone's'' heart. You'd think he'd be N's perfect companion were he not introduced a generation earlier.

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*** Also, the incredibly rare Pokemon Pokémon Manaphy has the power to connect with ''anyone's'' heart. You'd think he'd be N's perfect companion were he not introduced a generation earlier.
19th Jan '16 8:12:53 PM Adept
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* In "[[MacademiWasshoi Magician's Academy]]" specifically episode 5 introduces [[spoiler:Hapshiel]] who loves everyone and wants to share this. Seeing as [[spoiler:he's invincible as well as dense as a plank and a bisexual masochist he doesn't really know how to stop loving people.]]

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* In "[[MacademiWasshoi Magician's Academy]]" ''LightNovel/MagiciansAcademy'', specifically episode 5 introduces [[spoiler:Hapshiel]] who loves everyone and wants to share this. Seeing as [[spoiler:he's invincible as well as dense as a plank and a bisexual masochist he doesn't really know how to stop loving people.]]
19th Dec '15 3:47:25 PM Pichu-kun
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* Shrignold and his peers from ''[[Creator/ThisIsIt Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 3]]'' come off as this. They sing to Yellow Guy a song about love. [[spoiler:They're really a part of a cult where they worship Malcom, a giant stone head they see as the king of love and who gets mad if they don't feed him gravel. At first they seem to adore love in general - friendship, family, etc - however later it's shown their views on love are [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain very narrow]], referring to only romance between men and women. They try to force Yellow Guy into their cult.]]
28th Nov '15 11:29:48 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Scrubs}}'', psychiatrist [[ThePollyanna Molly]] [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Clock]] believed that love and happiness motivated everybody on some level, and resident bastards Dr. Cox and Kelso couldn't convince her that [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike "People are bastard coated bastards with bastard filling."]] They try to break her spirit by being mean to her, though when she fakes being upset they feel bad about it and prove to her that what she said about people being good on the inside was right.

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* In ''{{Scrubs}}'', ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', psychiatrist [[ThePollyanna Molly]] [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Clock]] believed that love and happiness motivated everybody on some level, and resident bastards Dr. Cox and Kelso couldn't convince her that [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike "People are bastard coated bastards with bastard filling."]] They try to break her spirit by being mean to her, though when she fakes being upset they feel bad about it and prove to her that what she said about people being good on the inside was right.
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