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24th May '17 7:33:52 AM TheNerfGuy
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Jean Mannon and Cliff Turner are civilised versions of this trope.
19th May '17 11:23:03 PM Neromenian
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Jean Mannon and Cliff Turner are civilised versions of this trope.
5th Mar '17 9:37:33 AM nombretomado
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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.

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* Ka-Zar from MarvelComics Creator/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.
10th Feb '17 6:46:40 AM erforce
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* The upcoming [=PS4=] game ''VideoGame/WiLD'' puts players in the shoes of a Neolitic shaman who can possess animals.
* ''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.

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* The upcoming [=PS4=] game ''VideoGame/WiLD'' puts players in the shoes of a Neolitic shaman who can possess animals.
* ''VideoGame/Diablo2'' ''VideoGame/DiabloII'' 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.
30th Dec '16 5:10:58 PM nombretomado
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* In DCUniverseOnline the Nature power set turns the PlayerCharacter that uses it into a NatureHero, at least in terms of powers. One of its skill sets allows the player to [[{{Animorphism}} turn into different types of animals]] and the other [[GreenThumb grants control of plants]].

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* In DCUniverseOnline ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'' the Nature power set turns the PlayerCharacter that uses it into a NatureHero, at least in terms of powers. One of its skill sets allows the player to [[{{Animorphism}} turn into different types of animals]] and the other [[GreenThumb grants control of plants]].
23rd Dec '16 9:31:57 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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Often has WildHair, and either dresses in furs or {{Garden Garment}}s.

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Often has WildHair, and either dresses in furs [[PeltsOfTheBarbarian furs]] or {{Garden Garment}}s.
16th Dec '16 12:07:36 PM DannWoolf
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* Not exactly "Hero," but ''Comicbook/AllNewXMen'' reveals that the Hand has an environmentalist wing...called [[IncrediblyLamePun the Green Thumb]].

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* Not exactly "Hero," but ''Comicbook/AllNewXMen'' reveals that the Hand has an environmentalist wing... called [[IncrediblyLamePun the Green Thumb]].
12th Nov '16 6:17:42 PM nombretomado
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* Bunduki and Dawn from the ''Bunduki'' novels by JTEdson.

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* Bunduki and Dawn from the ''Bunduki'' novels by JTEdson.Creator/JTEdson.
4th Nov '16 9:48:24 PM ProfessorDetective
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Subtrope of NatureLover. See also JunglePrincess, MountainMan, WildChild. [[MotherNatureFatherScience Contrast]] with ScienceHero.

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Subtrope of NatureLover. See also JunglePrincess, MountainMan, WildChild.WildChild, and ForestRanger. [[MotherNatureFatherScience Contrast]] with ScienceHero.



* Sul from ''Webcomic/KissWood'' becomes one with the help of Ahbon. Originally a NatureLover, Sul is transported to an endless and hostile forest and he learns to adapt to survive. He already had the WildHair to begin with.

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* Sul from ''Webcomic/KissWood'' becomes one with the help of Ahbon. Originally a NatureLover, Sul is transported to an endless and hostile forest and he learns to adapt to survive. He already had the WildHair WildHair, to begin with.



** 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 the archer and the DualWielding swordsman. On the other side, there's now an entire power source (Primal) for NatureHero characters: Shaman, Barbarian, Druid Druid, and Warden. The [=PHB3=] added the Seeker class, whose skill at ranged weapons invokes the Ranger of earlier editions.



* ''Literature/{{Ketrin}}'' fits this trope to some extent. He is telepathically linked to his wolflike companions and wants to save both them and humanity from an evil force - when he isn't being [[TakenForGranite worshipped as a paralysed idol]], that is. (NB: stories contain sexual content).

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* ''Literature/{{Ketrin}}'' fits this trope to some extent. He is telepathically linked to his wolflike companions and wants to save both them and humanity from an evil force - when he isn't being [[TakenForGranite worshipped worshiped as a paralysed paralyzed idol]], that is. (NB: stories contain sexual content).



* Fluttershy in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. She lives on the edge of the woods, has a special talent for communicating with animals, and has saved the lives of her friends and the Cutie Mark Crusaders utilizing this talent.

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* Fluttershy in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. She lives on the edge of the woods, has a special talent for communicating with animals, animals and has saved the lives of her friends and the Cutie Mark Crusaders utilizing this talent.
27th Oct '16 5:07:57 AM LentilSandEater
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* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} subverts the trope in that his childhood was as a rich boy, but he then became an orphan wandering with his sort-of girlfriend, before retreating fully into the wilderness after she was killed. He's never lost his bestial side since.
** Except for that one time when a psychic assault reverted his mentality back to that of the little pampered rich boy. He quickly went back to normal after drinking some beer, thank God.

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* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} subverts inverts the trope in that his childhood was as a rich boy, but he then became an orphan wandering with his sort-of girlfriend, before retreating fully into the wilderness after she was killed. He's never lost his bestial side since.
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since. Except for that one time when a psychic assault reverted his mentality back to that of the little pampered rich boy. He quickly went back to normal after drinking some beer, thank God.
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