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31st Mar '17 10:25:40 AM chopshop
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* The Lost Light in ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' is seen as being as much a character as any of the crew. Which makes it all the more distressing when, in the season 2 finale, [[spoiler: Getaway and his mutineers steal it and strand the crew on Necroworld.]] Season 3's plot revolves almost entirely around [[spoiler: chasing Getaway down and getting it back.]]

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* This has been true of the TARDIS in ''Series/DoctorWho'' for years. You can actually see a gradual process of treating it as a simple "capsule" to the Doctor's longest, truest companion over the length of the series. Then, finally, we got to meet her, and it was one of the most [[TearJerker tear-jerking]], [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] episodes ever.

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* This has been true of the TARDIS in ''Series/DoctorWho'' for years. You can actually see a gradual process of treating it as a simple "capsule" to the Doctor's longest, truest companion over the length of the series. Then, finally, we got to meet her, and it was one of the most [[TearJerker tear-jerking]], [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] episodes ever.




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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{MegasXLR}}'' Coop seemed to care about his giant robot like it was alive, even saying he loves it.

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* This has been true of the TARDIS in ''Series/DoctorWho'' for years. You can actually see a gradual process of treating it as a simple "capsule" to the Doctor's longest, truest companion over the length of the series. Then, finally, we got to meet her, and it was one of the most [[TearJerker tear-jerking]], [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming heartwarming]] episodes ever.


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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{MegasXLR}}'' Coop seemed to care about his giant robot like it was alive, even saying he loves it.

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23rd Oct '16 3:02:39 AM Morgenthaler
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See SpaceshipGirl for when the ship is literally a character. [[IThoughtItMeant Do not confuse with]] [[Film/{{Spaceballs}} Spaceball One]].

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May overlap with CargoShip in weirder cases. See SpaceshipGirl for when the ship is literally a character. [[IThoughtItMeant Do not confuse with]] [[Film/{{Spaceballs}} Spaceball One]].
23rd Oct '16 2:56:52 AM Morgenthaler
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4th Jun '15 10:27:08 AM erforce
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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' Franchise - The destruction of the DMC time machine at the end of the third film has been known to cause some viewers to shed a tear or two.

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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' Franchise - The destruction of the DMC time machine at the end of the [[Film/BackToTheFuturePartIII third film film]] has been known to cause some viewers to shed a tear or two.
5th Feb '15 12:04:09 PM Jake
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As any Navy verteran will tell you, especially if they had to watch theirs sink, this is often TruthInTelevision.
16th Nov '13 1:15:09 AM Kollega
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This trope describes a situation in a work of fiction, in which a prominent vehicle used by characters in the story is itself endowed with the qualities of being a character in the eyes of the audience. This is especially probable if said vehicle is essential to the advancement of the plot of the work or the actions of the main characters. Such endowment is represented by sorrow or grief in the event of the destruction of said vehicle. See SpaceshipGirl for when the ship is literally a character.

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This trope describes a situation in a work of fiction, in which a prominent vehicle used by characters in the story is itself endowed with the qualities of being a character in the eyes of the audience. This is especially probable if said vehicle is essential to the advancement of the plot of the work or the actions of the main characters. Such endowment is represented by sorrow or grief in the event of the destruction of said vehicle.

See SpaceshipGirl for when the ship is literally a character.character. [[IThoughtItMeant Do not confuse with]] [[Film/{{Spaceballs}} Spaceball One]].
29th Jul '13 3:14:00 AM Leaufai
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* ''Series/{{Star Trek Voyager}}'' - USS Voyager. In the Year of Hell episode, Captain Janeway even considers Voyager as family, equal to the rest of the crew.
9th Apr '13 4:03:06 PM JackTheHammer
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* ''Franchise/MassEffect'' - The ''Normandy'' in all three games. Its destruction at the start of the second game comes as a PlayerPunch to many, but fortunately it is rebuilt as the bigger and better SR-2 variant.
10th Feb '13 9:36:53 PM BoxerAndCrewSocks
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' treats its vessels this way. The destruction of [[spoiler:the Going Merry]] is one of the most [[TearJerker emotionally powerful]] scenes.
2nd Feb '13 6:33:46 PM GiantSpaceChinchilla
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