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15th Sep '16 8:50:51 PM PaulA
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'', Eagle Free lives at one with nature and understands the ways of animals to the extent that he can tell them what to do. When Prez first encounters him, he's leading a group of forest animals against a corrupt developer's construction machinery.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Prez|1973}}'', Eagle Free lives at one with nature and understands the ways of animals to the extent that he can tell them what to do. When Prez first encounters him, he's leading a group of forest animals against a corrupt developer's construction machinery.
7th Sep '16 9:07:19 PM whereismytea
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* In ''Manga/Brave10'', the Sanada ninja leader UsefulNotes/SarutobiSasuke was abandoned in a forest and [[RaisedByWolves lived there]] until UsefulNotes/SanadaYukimura recruited him. He still spends most of his time there.
10th Aug '16 9:26:35 AM Ambaryerno
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* Not exactly "Hero," but ''Comicbook/AllNewXMen'' reveals that the Hand has an environmentalist wing...called [[IncrediblyLamePun the Green Thumb]].
8th Jul '16 12:17:19 PM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/{{Kurokami}}'' : Kakuma and his twin sister, Makana, are two of the last surviving members of the Hiba Clan of Tera Guardians. Though it's just the two of them, they remain committed to protecting their Clan's Tera Stone and the surrounding forest.

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* ''Manga/{{Kurokami}}'' ''Manga/BlackGod'' : Kakuma and his twin sister, Makana, are two of the last surviving members of the Hiba Clan of Tera Guardians. Though it's just the two of them, they remain committed to protecting their Clan's Tera Stone and the surrounding forest.
7th Jul '16 11:13:38 AM kyrtuck
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* ''VideoGame/Diablo2'' gives us the Druid class, who fights with the summoned spirits of plants and animals, elemental attacks of wind or fire, or by shapeshifting himself into a wolf or bear.
26th Jun '16 1:36:05 PM DaibhidC
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* Kevin Sack, Lord Blackstock, in ''Comicbook/{{Planetary}}'' was a blatant pastiche of Tarzan, with a name riffing on Ka-Zar's (Sack = Plunder). As with everything in ''Planetary'' it gets a bit deconstructed; the DeliberateValuesDissonance of the MightyWhitey not having ... relations ... with the locals is played up, and it's implied that he may have had ''less'' of a problem with [[BestialityIsDepraved his animal companions]].

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* Kevin Sack, Lord Blackstock, in ''Comicbook/{{Planetary}}'' was a blatant pastiche of Tarzan, with a name riffing on Ka-Zar's (Sack = Plunder). As with everything in ''Planetary'' it gets a bit deconstructed; the DeliberateValuesDissonance ValuesDissonance of the MightyWhitey not having ... relations ... with the locals is [[DeliberateValuesDissonance played up, up]], and it's implied that he may have had ''less'' of a problem with [[BestialityIsDepraved his animal companions]].
26th Jun '16 1:34:21 PM DaibhidC
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* Ka-Zar from MarvelComics is a bit of a Tarzan CaptainErsatz (born the son of nobleman Lord Robert Plunder, lost in the jungle and raised by animals) except he was raised by ''sabre-toothed tigers'' and is the resident Nature Hero of the Marvel Universe's LostWorld, the Savage Land.
* Kevin Sack, Lord Blackstock, in ''Comicbook/{{Planetary}}'' was a blatant pastiche of Tarzan, with a name riffing on Ka-Zar's (Sack = Plunder). As with everything in ''Planetary'' it gets a bit deconstructed; the DeliberateValuesDissonance of the MightyWhitey not having ... relations ... with the locals is played up, and it's implied that he may have had ''less'' of a problem with [[BestialityIsDepraved his animal companions]].
25th Jun '16 9:57:49 PM nombretomado
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* Most ranger and druid characters from the ''BaldursGate'' series, including Jaheira, Minsc, Kivan, Valygar and Cernd. Faldorn was this in the first game, but underwent a FaceHeelTurn and became an extremist that ended up doing more damage to her local grove than she was saving it from.

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* Most ranger and druid characters from the ''BaldursGate'' ''Franchise/BaldursGate'' series, including Jaheira, Minsc, Kivan, Valygar and Cernd. Faldorn was this in the first game, but underwent a FaceHeelTurn and became an extremist that ended up doing more damage to her local grove than she was saving it from.
25th Jun '16 3:39:42 PM WillKeaton
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** In the new edition, the Ranger has deemphasized this, becoming a mix of archer and the DualWielding swordsman. On the other side, there's now an entire power source (Primal) for NatureHero characters: Shaman, Barbarian, Druid and Warden. The PHB3 added the Seeker class, whose skill at ranged weapons invokes the Ranger of earlier editions.

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** In the new edition, the Ranger has deemphasized this, becoming a mix of archer and the DualWielding swordsman. On the other side, there's now an entire power source (Primal) for NatureHero characters: Shaman, Barbarian, Druid and Warden. The PHB3 [=PHB3=] added the Seeker class, whose skill at ranged weapons invokes the Ranger of earlier editions.
25th Jun '16 3:39:16 PM WillKeaton
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* Fitzchivalry Farseer from "Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings" fits this trope for much of his life, having bonded with a wolf and living off the land, far away from other humans.

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* Fitzchivalry Farseer from "Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings" ''Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings'' fits this trope for much of his life, having bonded with a wolf and living off the land, far away from other humans.
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