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21st Jul '16 8:15:44 AM bogstein
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** Castiel acts as this for Meg in Seasons 7-8. This is the only time in which he shows affection for her; when Castiel is severely depressed after [[spoiler: absorbing Sam's mental illness]] in season 7, and while he is [[spoiler: being mind-controlled by the angel Naomi]] in season 8. Once Castiel is back to full power and recovering from his depression, this trope disappears, [[spoiler: mainly because Meg dies before she can interact with her Morality Pet once he's back to full power and no longer proper "pathetic" Morality Pet material]].

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** Castiel acts as this for Meg in Seasons 7-8. This is the only time in which he shows affection for her; starts when Castiel is severely depressed after [[spoiler: absorbing Sam's mental illness]] in season 7, and while he is [[spoiler: being mind-controlled by the angel Naomi]] in season 8. Once Castiel is back It comes to full power and recovering from his depression, this trope disappears, a head in season 8, episode 17 when [[spoiler: mainly because Meg dies before she can interact with to buy Castiel and the Winchesters some time]]. She refers to Castiel as her Morality Pet once he's back to full power and no longer proper "pathetic" Morality Pet material]]."unicorn."
20th Jul '16 11:20:27 PM DivineDeath
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** Both Stark sisters play this role to Sandow Clegane at different points.

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** Both Stark sisters play this role to Sandow Sandor Clegane at different points.
15th Jul '16 12:37:56 PM Onlythrice
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* Mr. Mumbles of ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'' is a more literal example. She's Dan's pet cat and the only thing in his life that he doesn't act like a {{Jerkass}} toward. In her debut episode her PuppyDogEyes persuaded him to adopt her and softened him up enough to release the other animals as he was blowing up their shelter.
5th Jul '16 2:15:28 PM mkmlp
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* [[RobotBuddy ED-E]], The Courier's first companion in Machinima/CouriersMindRiseOfNewVegas, often tries to act as The Courier's moral anchor. Though the latter is ''very'' annoyed by this, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold he usually listens.]]
2nd Jul '16 2:41:14 AM Andygal
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** Lysandre in ''VideoGamePokemonXAndY'' might not have a Pokémon what evolves through happiness, but he has a Mega Gyarados in his team. Story-wise, Mega Evolution can only be achieved if the trainer and the Pokémon have deep enough of a bond with each other. Shauna even says that the two of them must work close together for them to share such power.

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** Lysandre in ''VideoGamePokemonXAndY'' ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' might not have a Pokémon what evolves through happiness, but he has a Mega Gyarados in his team. Story-wise, Mega Evolution can only be achieved if the trainer and the Pokémon have deep enough of a bond with each other. Shauna even says that the two of them must work close together for them to share such power.
13th Jun '16 6:00:33 PM creader
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** Very often Finn is a slightly {{Downplayed}} version of this trope towards Jake. On several occasions, Jake would do some really questionable, sometimes despicable, or just really boneheaded things when left to his own devices - includes stealing, being randomly mean to people and bragging about his misdemeanors - and only stops being a jerk when Finn reasons him.

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** Very often Finn is a slightly {{Downplayed}} {{downplayed}} version of this trope towards Jake. On several occasions, Jake would do some really questionable, sometimes despicable, or just really boneheaded things when left to his own devices - includes stealing, being randomly mean to people and bragging about his misdemeanors - and only stops being a jerk when Finn reasons with him.
13th Jun '16 10:25:26 AM FlashRebel
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** Very often Finn is a slightly {{Downplayed}} version of this trope towards Jake. On several occasions, Jake would do some really questionable, sometimes despicable, or just really boneheaded things when left to his own devices - includes stealing, being randomly mean to people and bragging about his misdemeanors - and only stops being a jerk when Finn reasons him.
10th Jun '16 10:27:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* In DeanKoontz' ''Frankenstein'' series, Mr. Lyss is humanized by the time he spends with Nummy, who he admits is the only person he's ever met that he doesn't hate. [[spoiler:At the end he visits the grave of the grandmother who raised Nummy, whom Lyss had never met, and thanks her for the greatest gift he's ever received.]]

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* In DeanKoontz' Creator/DeanKoontz' ''Frankenstein'' series, Mr. Lyss is humanized by the time he spends with Nummy, who he admits is the only person he's ever met that he doesn't hate. [[spoiler:At the end he visits the grave of the grandmother who raised Nummy, whom Lyss had never met, and thanks her for the greatest gift he's ever received.]]
8th Jun '16 9:52:12 AM Willbyr
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* Tsugumi of ''{{Ever17}}'' was probably coming off a little too strong on the {{jerkass}} and a little weak on the BrokenBird. Plus they needed a way to suddenly make her get along better with Takeshi, so they introduced Chami the Djungarian Hamster. He's named Chami because he's charming.

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* Tsugumi of ''{{Ever17}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}'' was probably coming off a little too strong on the {{jerkass}} and a little weak on the BrokenBird. Plus they needed a way to suddenly make her get along better with Takeshi, so they introduced Chami the Djungarian Hamster. He's named Chami because he's charming.
2nd Jun '16 3:24:01 PM LadyNorbert
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