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19th Jan '17 1:43:50 PM HeSupplanted
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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has every single child (and most of the adults) motherless, even the peripheral schoolmates. We know the story behind the central characters', and eventually it becomes clear why this is: [[spoiler: an Evangelion can only work if the soul, or part of the soul, of the pilot's mother, is in its core (barring other circumstances, such as Kaworu being able to control Unit-02 due to having the soul of Adam, the being it was cloned from), and all of the children in the school class are potential classmates - meaning their mothers are all dead or insane, due to being either fully absorbed into a Core, like Shinji's mother, or having part of their soul torn out and placed into one, like Asuka's mother (also implied to have happened to Rei, although the soul in Unit-00 is of the [[CloningBlues first version]] of her, the implication being that her soul was split in half, one half going into the core and the other into Rei II). [[FridgeHorror This raises horrifying questions]]; Ritsuko refers to 'preparing replacement cores' after Asuka's sync rates fall, suggesting they have [[NightmareFuel multiple cores containing mothers' souls in storage somewhere, probably the mothers of children in the class]] - ''how many cores do they have?'' How many women are dead or insane, and did they allow this to happen, as is very heavily suggested to be the case with Yui Ikari as part of her [[ThePlan plan]], or were they unwillingly or unknowingly put through this process?]]

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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has every single child (and most of the adults) motherless, even the peripheral schoolmates. We know find out the story behind each of the central characters', and eventually it becomes clear why this is: [[spoiler: an Evangelion can only work if the soul, or part of the soul, of the pilot's mother, is in its core (barring other circumstances, such as Kaworu being able to control Unit-02 due to having the soul of Adam, the being it was cloned from), and all of the children in the school class are potential classmates - meaning classmates. This means their mothers are all dead or insane, due to being either fully absorbed into a Core, like Shinji's mother, or having part of their soul torn out and placed into one, like Asuka's mother (also implied to have happened to Rei, although the soul in Unit-00 is of the [[CloningBlues first version]] of her, the implication being that her soul was split in half, one half going into the core and the other into Rei II).II). This links into the show's Freudian themes and exploration of parent-child relationships; [[ExtremeDoormat Shinji]] and [[JerkassWoobie Asuka]] are both heavily affected by the loss of their mothers, although Shinji's psychological issues stem far more from being abandoned by his [[DisappearedDad father]] shortly after his mother's 'death'. [[FridgeHorror This raises horrifying questions]]; Ritsuko refers to 'preparing replacement cores' after Asuka's sync rates fall, suggesting they have [[NightmareFuel multiple cores containing mothers' souls in storage somewhere, probably the mothers of children in the class]] - ''how many cores do they have?'' How many women are dead or insane, and did they allow this to happen, as is very heavily suggested to be the case with Yui Ikari as part of her [[ThePlan plan]], or were they unwillingly or unknowingly put through this process?]]
19th Jan '17 1:39:27 PM HeSupplanted
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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has every single child (and most of the adults) motherless, even the peripheral schoolmates. We know the story behind the central characters', and we're shown enough to guess the reason (it isn't pretty).

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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has every single child (and most of the adults) motherless, even the peripheral schoolmates. We know the story behind the central characters', and we're shown enough to guess eventually it becomes clear why this is: [[spoiler: an Evangelion can only work if the reason (it isn't pretty).soul, or part of the soul, of the pilot's mother, is in its core (barring other circumstances, such as Kaworu being able to control Unit-02 due to having the soul of Adam, the being it was cloned from), and all of the children in the school class are potential classmates - meaning their mothers are all dead or insane, due to being either fully absorbed into a Core, like Shinji's mother, or having part of their soul torn out and placed into one, like Asuka's mother (also implied to have happened to Rei, although the soul in Unit-00 is of the [[CloningBlues first version]] of her, the implication being that her soul was split in half, one half going into the core and the other into Rei II). [[FridgeHorror This raises horrifying questions]]; Ritsuko refers to 'preparing replacement cores' after Asuka's sync rates fall, suggesting they have [[NightmareFuel multiple cores containing mothers' souls in storage somewhere, probably the mothers of children in the class]] - ''how many cores do they have?'' How many women are dead or insane, and did they allow this to happen, as is very heavily suggested to be the case with Yui Ikari as part of her [[ThePlan plan]], or were they unwillingly or unknowingly put through this process?]]
16th Jan '17 2:35:56 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Ace's aforementioned mother, Portgas D. Rouge, was introduced in the story [[spoiler: immediately prior to Ace's execution. There it was revealed that to prevent Ace from being found by the government (who sought him out because of his father), Rouge managed to delay giving birth and remained pregnant for ''twenty months'' [[MamaBear to protect her son.]] [[DeathByChildbirth An act that ultimately killed her]].]]
** Other Straw Hats hit by the Missing Mom are Usopp, Nami and Sanji. The death of Usopp's mother by illness started him on his tendency for lying. Nami's biological mother is never shown but it's safe to assume she died in the war 18 years ago, and her later adoptive mother Bellemere sacrificed herself to save her and her sister Nojiko. As for Sanji, his mother died when he was very young from [[spoiler:a drug she took to try and prevent Judge's plans to modify his children's genes and turn them into {{Tykebomb}}s. It sadly only worked on Sanji, and the drug's aftereffects eventually killed her, but she died with no regrets, happy that Sanji grew up into such a kind child.]]

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** Ace's aforementioned mother, Portgas D. Rouge, was introduced in the story [[spoiler: immediately prior to Ace's execution. There it was revealed that to prevent Ace from being found by the government (who sought him out because of his father), Rouge [[LongestPregnancyEver managed to delay giving birth birth]] and remained pregnant for ''twenty months'' [[MamaBear to protect her son.]] [[DeathByChildbirth An act that ultimately killed her]].]]
** Other Straw Hats hit by the Missing Mom are Usopp, Nami and Sanji. The death of Usopp's mother by illness started him on his tendency for lying. Nami's biological mother is never shown but it's safe to assume she died in the war 18 years ago, and her later adoptive mother Bellemere sacrificed herself to save her and her sister Nojiko. As for Sanji, his mother [[spoiler: Sora]] died when he was very young from [[spoiler:a drug she took to try and prevent Judge's plans to modify his children's genes and turn them into {{Tykebomb}}s. It sadly only worked on Sanji, and the drug's aftereffects made her an IllGirl and eventually killed her, but she died with no regrets, happy that Sanji grew up into such a kind child.]]



* In ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', Kaoru's mother is so missing that she doesn't get mentioned ''at all''. Her father not being a part of the story is explained and is actually plot relevant: He was drafted into the army and then killed, leaving Kaoru to try to handle the family business alone. In fact, the mother of every other cast member whose parentage is discussed at all is deceased, as are most of their fathers. [[spoiler: In the ([[CanonDiscontinuity Watsuki-disowned]] ''Seishouhen'' OAV Kaoru explains to Kenshin that Mrs. Kamiya died of illness when she was very young; she adds that the very day she died her father ''immediately'' came back to handling the dojo, and she resented him for refusing to grieve for his dead wife.]]

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* In ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', Kaoru's mother is so missing that she doesn't get mentioned ''at all''. Her father not being a part of the story is explained and is actually plot relevant: He was drafted into the army and then killed, leaving Kaoru to try to handle the family business alone. In fact, the mother of every other cast member whose parentage is discussed at all is deceased, as are most of their fathers. [[spoiler: In the ([[CanonDiscontinuity Watsuki-disowned]] ''Seishouhen'' OAV Kaoru explains to Kenshin that Mrs. Kamiya died of illness when she was very young; she adds that the very day she died her father ''immediately'' came back to handling the dojo, and she resented him for refusing to grieve for his dead wife.]]]]; no details in the actual canon have openly contradictyed.)



* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', a large percent of the cast are orphans. However, the absence of mothers is a major theme uniting many characters and having strong influence over the course of the story. Of particular note are the deaths of Kaneki's mother, [[SacrificialLamb Ryouko Fueguchi]], Hikari Kirishima, Kasuka Mado, and Ukina.

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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', a large percent of the cast are orphans. However, the absence of mothers is a major theme uniting many characters and having strong influence over the course of the story. Of particular note are the deaths of Kaneki's mother, [[SacrificialLamb Ryouko Fueguchi]], Hinami Fueguchi's mother Ryouko]], Hikari Kirishima, Kasuka Mado, and Ukina.Ukina ([[spoiler: aka the mother of Eto/the One-Eyed Owl]]).



* ''Manga/KareKano'':
** Tsubasa's mother fell victim to DeathByChildbirth, which is why she [[ParentWithnewParamount reacts badly to her dad remarrying at first]].
** Soichirou's mother was ''horribly'' abusive and as a consequence his father sent him to live with his uncle and aunt instead. [[spoiler: And later in the manga, she actually ''returns''...]]



** In the earliest version published by Creator/TheBrothersGrimm, Snow White has no step-mother - the horrific treatment she receives comes directly from ''her own biological mother''. Ditto for Literature/HanselAndGretel. It's likely that such stories wound up axing the real mother and putting a step-mother in their place because the concept of a mother conspiring against her own children came to be seen as too disturbing.

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** In the earliest version published by Creator/TheBrothersGrimm, Snow White has no step-mother - the horrific treatment she receives comes directly from ''her own biological mother''. Ditto for Literature/HanselAndGretel. It's likely that such stories wound up axing the real mother and putting a step-mother in their place because the concept of [[OffingTheOffspring a mother conspiring against her own children children]] came to be seen as too disturbing.



** Seisen Gen 2: [[spoiler: If you got the girls from Gen 1 to get married and have kids, almost all of them except for Edain become Missing Moms. Ayra disappears after Belhalla and it's not clear if she still lives or not, though the Oosawa manga says she did kick the bucket; Ferry is crowned as the Queen of Silesse since Lewyn is gone and his mother Rahna is dead, but dies of illness a little before Gen 2 kicks off; Tailto is pretty much taken hostage by her family alongside Tinny and so abused by her sister-in-law that she falls victim to DeathByDespair (and if she isn't married, her sister Ethnia follows the same role to ''her'' kids); Sylvia leaves her kids in an orphanage and disappears; Raquesis is at first by Nanna's side, but later she disappears in the Yied Desert when trying to visit her son Delmud, though she`s implied to be still alive; and finally Briggid is rendered amnesiac and lost after Belhalla, reappearing in ''Thracia'' as the still amnesiac Evayle]]. As corollary, [[spoiler:Deirdre is revealed to have been killed...by her own son Julius, possessed by the god Loptyr]].
** ''Thracia 776'': Aside from [[spoiler:Leif and Nanna]]'s mothers, we have [[spoiler:Mareeta's mother, who fell to DeathByChildbirth; Misha's mom Deet'var, who was an enemy slain by Sigurd's troops; Sara's mother, who died of grief some time after Sara's birth since Manfroy killed her husband in front of her; Saias's mother Liza, once a MagicKnight at the service of Saias's father aka the aforementioned Arvis, who died protecting him from the Loptyr sect; and, ultimately, Karin's conversation with Ced alludes to Queen Ferry's recent death]].

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** Seisen Gen 2: [[spoiler: If you got the girls from Gen 1 to get got married and have had kids, almost all of them except for Edain become Missing Moms. Ayra disappears after Belhalla and it's not clear if she still lives or not, though the Oosawa manga says she did kick the bucket; Ferry is crowned as the Queen of Silesse since Lewyn is gone and his mother Rahna is dead, but dies of illness a little before Gen 2 kicks off; Tailto is pretty much taken hostage by her family alongside Tinny and so abused by her sister-in-law that she falls victim to DeathByDespair (and if she isn't married, her sister Ethnia follows the same role to ''her'' kids); Sylvia leaves her kids in an orphanage and disappears; Raquesis is at first by Nanna's side, but later she disappears in the Yied Desert when trying to visit her son Delmud, though she`s implied to be still alive; and finally Briggid is rendered amnesiac and lost after Belhalla, reappearing in ''Thracia'' as the still amnesiac Evayle]]. As corollary, [[spoiler:Deirdre is revealed to have been killed...by her own son Julius, possessed by the god Loptyr]].
** ''Thracia 776'': Aside from [[spoiler:Leif and Nanna]]'s mothers, we have there's [[spoiler:Mareeta's mother, who fell to DeathByChildbirth; Misha's mom Deet'var, who was an enemy slain by Sigurd's troops; Sara's mother, who died of grief some time after Sara's birth since Manfroy killed her husband in front of her; Saias's mother Liza, once a MagicKnight at the service of Saias's father aka the aforementioned Arvis, who died protecting him from the Loptyr sect; and, ultimately, Karin's conversation with Ced alludes to Queen Ferry's recent death]].



** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fates]]'', many characters have missing moms. To be specific, the Avatar's mother Mikoto was seen as the ruling Queen of Hoshido but [[spoiler:died protecting him/her as early as Chapter 5]], causing his/her draconic powers to awaken. It's later revealed that the rest of the Hoshido siblings are [[spoiler:born from the previous Queen, making the Avatar Mikoto's only child, though she ''was'' their ParentalSubstitute.]] In the case of the Nohr siblings, they each have [[spoiler:separate mothers who died fighting over Garon, making them half-siblings. Azura's own mother, Shenmei, became Garon's second Queen but died defending the kingdom and was resurrected to serve Anakos in the third route.]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fates]]'', many characters have missing moms. To be specific, the Avatar's mother Mikoto was seen as the ruling Queen of Hoshido but [[spoiler:died protecting him/her as early as Chapter 5]], causing his/her draconic powers to awaken. It's later revealed that the rest of the Hoshido siblings are [[spoiler:born from the previous Queen, making the Avatar Mikoto's only child, though she ''was'' their ParentalSubstitute.ParentalSubstitute and mother figure.]] In the case of the Nohr siblings, they each have [[spoiler:separate mothers who died fighting over Garon, Garon (save for Xander's mother Queen Katerina, who died when he was a little boy), making them half-siblings. Azura's own mother, Shenmei, Lady Arete, became Garon's second Queen but died defending the kingdom and was resurrected to serve Anakos Anankos in the third route.]]
12th Jan '17 9:57:02 AM totoofze47
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', Luffy's mother hasn't been shown yet and it's unknown whether she's still even alive. Ace reveals that he took his mother's maiden name Portgas as his own since he refuses to acknowledge his father's side of the family and he states that he "owes her a great debt." It's unknown as of yet whether Luffy knows/remembers his mother, especially given his response to hearing about his father was "I have a dad?". But his family has a tendency to pop out of the woodwork at the most unexpected times.

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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', ''Manga/OnePiece'':
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Luffy's mother hasn't been shown yet and it's unknown whether she's still even alive. Ace reveals that he took his mother's maiden name Portgas as his own since he refuses to acknowledge his father's side of the family and he states that he "owes her a great debt." It's unknown as of yet whether Luffy knows/remembers his mother, especially given his response to hearing about his father was "I have a dad?". But his family has a tendency to pop out of the woodwork at the most unexpected times.



** Other Straw Hats hit by the Missing Mom are Usopp and Nami. The death of Usopp's mother by illness started him on his tendency for lying. Nami's biological mother is never shown but it's safe to assume she died in the war 18 years ago, and her later adoptive mother Bellemere sacrificed herself to save her and her sister Nojiko.

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** Other Straw Hats hit by the Missing Mom are Usopp Usopp, Nami and Nami.Sanji. The death of Usopp's mother by illness started him on his tendency for lying. Nami's biological mother is never shown but it's safe to assume she died in the war 18 years ago, and her later adoptive mother Bellemere sacrificed herself to save her and her sister Nojiko. As for Sanji, his mother died when he was very young from [[spoiler:a drug she took to try and prevent Judge's plans to modify his children's genes and turn them into {{Tykebomb}}s. It sadly only worked on Sanji, and the drug's aftereffects eventually killed her, but she died with no regrets, happy that Sanji grew up into such a kind child.]]
7th Jan '17 7:18:43 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/FakingIt'': Lauren's mom apparently died sometime in the past, since she mentions enjoying Christmas partly due to fond memories of spending the holiday together with her.
27th Dec '16 9:36:49 PM Maryloohoo
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* In the musical version of ''Theater/TheLightPrincess'', Althea, the eponymous princess, and her love interest, Prince Digby, both lose their mothers when they are children. Their very opposite reactions to their grief are what cause most of the conflict in the show.
27th Dec '16 4:04:42 PM FuzzyBoots
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* ''TheSecretGarden'': Mary's mother passed her off to the servants right after she was born to keep her quiet and out of the way, and never so much as looked at her since.

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* ''TheSecretGarden'': ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': Mary's mother passed her off to the servants right after she was born to keep her quiet and out of the way, and never so much as looked at her since.


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* In ''Literature/DrawingABlank'', Carlton's mother died of cancer well before the events of the book. Since then, his step-mother left the family due to emotional neglect from his father.
25th Dec '16 2:29:29 PM UnattendedDreamer
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** Toklo's mother abandoned him after his sickly brother Tobi died.

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** Toklo's mother abandoned him after his sickly brother Tobi died. *MissingMom:
*''Literature/ATasteOfHoney'': has two cases of this :
** Aqib's mother died when he was young.
**[[spoiler: His wife later leaves him and his daughter, Lucretia, to live and study with the Asheans. So she also becomes a Missing Mom.]]
21st Dec '16 6:11:17 PM cherrychels
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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' In the trilogy, if that mom was a GoodMother, she's probably dead [[spoiler: or going to die in some point of the story]]. If she's still alive, she's a MyBelovedSmother.

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* ''Literature/ShoShanYLaDamaOscura'' In the trilogy, if that the mom was a GoodMother, [[GoodParent good mother]], she's probably dead [[spoiler: or [[spoiler:or was going to die in some point of the story]]. If she's still alive, she's a MyBelovedSmother.



* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' Jon Snow is raised in by his father Ned Stark alongside his half-siblings as Ned's [[HeroicBastard illegitimate son]], never being told who his mother is while growing up. At least three different possible mothers have been brought up by characters in story. [[spoiler:The most popular theory is that Jon's mother is Lyanna Stark, the younger sister of Ned Stark (making Jon Ned's nephew) and his biological father is Rhaegar Targaryen. Rhaegar died in battle before Jon was born while Lyanna (Ned's younger sister) [[DeathByChildbirth died after giving birth to him]] and she asks Ned to make a promise to her. After this, [[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned brings Jon home to raise and love as his own son and protect him]] from the fatal wrath of the Baratheon regime by hiding Jon's real parentage because King Robert Baratheon wanted anyone with Targaryen blood dead.]].

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire,'' Jon Snow is raised in by his father Ned Stark alongside his half-siblings as Ned's [[HeroicBastard illegitimate son]], never being told who his mother is while growing up. At least three different possible mothers have been brought up by characters in story. [[spoiler:The most popular theory is that Jon's mother is Lyanna Stark, the younger sister of Ned Stark (making Jon Ned's nephew) and his biological father is Rhaegar Targaryen. Rhaegar died in battle before Jon was born while Lyanna (Ned's younger sister) [[DeathByChildbirth died after giving birth to him]] and she asks Ned to make a promise to her. After this, [[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned brings Jon home to raise with him]], raises and love loves Jon as his own son son, and protect him]] protects him from the fatal wrath of the Baratheon regime by hiding Jon's his real parentage by claiming him as his own illegitimate son because King Robert Baratheon wanted anyone with Targaryen blood dead.]].
21st Dec '16 6:07:06 PM cherrychels
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* ''Film/KramerVsKramer'' features the rare instance of actually showing the mom leave the family. The movie's a little more evenly keeled then most films featuring ParentalAbandonment as it shows the father at first being a career-obsessed yuppy who was little concerned with her needs or family life. The movie still doesn't excuse her for walking out on her son so she can have some "me" time.

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* ''Film/KramerVsKramer'' features the rare a rarely portrayed instance of actually showing the mom leave mother leaving the family. The movie's a little family, wherein the mother Joanna leaves her son Billy with his father and her husband, Ted. This movie is more evenly keeled then even-keeled than most films featuring ParentalAbandonment as it shows the father at first Ted initially being a career-obsessed yuppy workaholic executive who was little concerned didn't have much involvement with the home-life or the raising of their son while Joanna, a struggling house-wife, experiences the need to find herself and asks for a divorce. The film focuses on the re-adjustment of Ted's life, where he learns to raise Billy on his own and they develop a close father-son rapport. A year and a half later, Joanna returns to take Billy back but Ted refuses and a custody battle ensues. [[spoiler:Joanna is awarded custody on the assumption that a child is best raised by the mother but, despite wanting Billy, she realizes that her needs or family life. The movie still doesn't excuse her for walking out on her son so she can have some "me" time.son's true home is with Ted and decides not to take custody away from him.]]



* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' Jon Snow is raised in his father Ned Stark's home as a bastard, never being told who his mother is while growing up. At least three different possible mothers have been brought up by characters in story. [[spoiler:The trope still applies even if the most popular theory for his parents is true. In that case, he's an orphan as well: his father Rhaegar Targaryen died in battle, and his mother Lyanna Stark (Ned's younger sister) [[DeathByChildbirth died after giving birth to him]]]].

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' Jon Snow is raised in by his father Ned Stark's home Stark alongside his half-siblings as a bastard, Ned's [[HeroicBastard illegitimate son]], never being told who his mother is while growing up. At least three different possible mothers have been brought up by characters in story. [[spoiler:The trope still applies even if the most popular theory for his parents is true. In that case, he's an orphan as well: Jon's mother is Lyanna Stark, the younger sister of Ned Stark (making Jon Ned's nephew) and his biological father is Rhaegar Targaryen Targaryen. Rhaegar died in battle, and his mother battle before Jon was born while Lyanna Stark (Ned's younger sister) [[DeathByChildbirth died after giving birth to him]]]].him]] and she asks Ned to make a promise to her. After this, [[TheGreatestStoryNeverTold Ned brings Jon home to raise and love as his own son and protect him]] from the fatal wrath of the Baratheon regime by hiding Jon's real parentage because King Robert Baratheon wanted anyone with Targaryen blood dead.]].



* In ''Literature/LesMiserables'', Cosette's biological father abandons her mother, Fantine, forcing Fantine into poverty and leading her to arrange for Cosette to live with an innkeeping family in the country, unaware that they force Cosette into CinderellaCircumstances. Their demands for money force Fantine into selling her hair and teeth and then finally entering into prostitution and dying from tuberculosis. Fortunately, Cosette's full ParentalAbandonment doesn't last for long- she's rescued by TheHero, Jean Valjean, who raises her with great love as his own daughter and teaches her to revere her mother as a kind of angel, without traumatizing her with the sadder details of Fantine's downfall.

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* In ''Literature/LesMiserables'', Cosette's biological father abandons her mother, Fantine, forcing Fantine into poverty and leading her poverty. Their dire circumstances lead Fantine to arrange for her daughter Cosette to live with an innkeeping inn-keeping family in the country, country in an effort to provide Cosette with a better life, unaware that they they'll force Cosette into CinderellaCircumstances. Their demands for money force Fantine into selling her hair and teeth and then finally then, finally, entering into prostitution and dying to pay the inn-keepers for housing her daughter. As a result, Fantine eventually dies from tuberculosis. Fortunately, Cosette's full ParentalAbandonment doesn't last for long- she's rescued by TheHero, Jean Valjean, who raises her with great love as his own daughter and teaches her to revere her mother as a kind of angel, without traumatizing her with the sadder details of Fantine's downfall.



** [[spoiler: Sarah and Helena's surrogate mom, until the penultimate episode of season 1.]]

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** [[spoiler: Sarah and Helena's surrogate mom, until she is revealed in the the penultimate episode of season 1.]]
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