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5th Dec '16 9:32:42 PM Zaptech
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** Raven, representing Nurture, fully embraced the tribe's [[TheSocialDarwinist Social Darwinist]] ways. She rejoined them as soon as she could and is implied to even be their leader. She has had basically no contact with her Daughter, Yang, and has explicitly told Qrow that she will not save Yang's life again after saving her once in season two, fully believing that if Yang falls in battle, then she deserves to die.

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** Raven, representing Nurture, fully embraced the tribe's [[TheSocialDarwinist Social Darwinist]] ways. She rejoined them as soon as she could and is implied to even be their leader. She has had basically no contact with her Daughter, Yang, and has explicitly told Qrow that she will not save Yang's life again after saving her once in season two, fully believing that if Yang falls in battle, then she deserves to die.
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5th Dec '16 9:11:10 PM KhaosKyuubi
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* ''WebAnimation/RWBY'' plays with this with the characters of Qrow and Raven Brawnwen, with them representing Nature and Nurture respectively. Both were raised by a tribe of bandits, and later joined regular society to study at Beacon Academy. They had been pretty obviously separated from society at large, as evidenced by the fact that Taiyang was able to trick Qrow into wearing a skirt by telling him it was a kilt.

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* ''WebAnimation/RWBY'' ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' plays with this with the characters of Qrow and Raven Brawnwen, with them representing Nature and Nurture respectively. Both were raised by a tribe of bandits, and later joined regular society to study at Beacon Academy. They had been pretty obviously separated from society at large, as evidenced by the fact that Taiyang was able to trick Qrow into wearing a skirt by telling him it was a kilt.
5th Dec '16 9:10:42 PM KhaosKyuubi
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* {{''RWBY''}} plays with this with the characters of Qrow and Raven Brawnwen, with them representing Nature and Nurture respectively. Both were raised by a tribe of bandits, and later joined regular society to study at Beacon Academy. They had been pretty obviously separated from society at large, as evidenced by the fact that Taiyang was able to trick Qrow into wearing a skirt by telling him it was a kilt.

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* {{''RWBY''}} ''WebAnimation/RWBY'' plays with this with the characters of Qrow and Raven Brawnwen, with them representing Nature and Nurture respectively. Both were raised by a tribe of bandits, and later joined regular society to study at Beacon Academy. They had been pretty obviously separated from society at large, as evidenced by the fact that Taiyang was able to trick Qrow into wearing a skirt by telling him it was a kilt.
5th Dec '16 9:09:55 PM KhaosKyuubi
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* {{''RWBY''}} plays with this with the characters of Qrow and Raven Brawnwen, with them representing Nature and Nurture respectively. Both were raised by a tribe of bandits, and later joined regular society to study at Beacon Academy. They had been pretty obviously separated from society at large, as evidenced by the fact that Taiyang was able to trick Qrow into wearing a skirt by telling him it was a kilt.
** Qrow, representing Nature, eventually turned his back on the bandit tribe, and is presented as having a deeply-ingrained sense of morality, and has become a loving, if somewhat gruff and extremely blunt, uncle to Ruby and Yang. Treating them with affection, and rescuing them whenever they got out of their depth, such as when Yang put Ruby in a wagon and went looking for her mother, Raven, and nearly got herself and Ruby killed as a result, before Qrow pulled a BigDamnHeroes saved them.
** Raven, representing Nurture, fully embraced the tribe's [[TheSocialDarwinist Social Darwinist]] ways. She rejoined them as soon as she could and is implied to even be their leader. She has had basically no contact with her Daughter, Yang, and has explicitly told Qrow that she will not save Yang's life again after saving her once in season two, fully believing that if Yang falls in battle, then she deserves to die.
4th Sep '16 12:11:14 AM Raidrik
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* A subject in Godzilla Junior's character arc in ''Fanfic/TheBridge''. Junior is the third [[LegacyCharacter "Godzilla"]] behaves ''very'' different from his predecessors, being a heroic soul who's saved millions of human lives by acting as their protector from malign kaiju. However there is a fear the things that are similar between him and his father and grandfather, such as a sense of revenge and a temper, which could cause him to TurnOutLikeHisFather. Junior himself is aware of this and is scared by the prospect he might be destined to go down that path. [[spoiler: Ultimately though, nurture wins because of Junior's close tie to his [[RaisedByHumans mother]], Dr. Azusa Gojo; who points out that some similarities doesn't put him on a predetermined path and he has plenty of differences that make him who he is. It's clear when Junior learns to forgive a former enemy rather than seek revenge, he takes more after Azusa than Godzilla Senior.]]
29th Jul '16 10:10:19 AM JJHIL325
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* One of the major differences that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing, [[RealityEnsues Starlight still shows early warning signs of her older self's equalistic and fanatical behavior]], and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.

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* One of the major differences that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because spending her upbringing entire foal hood in her an abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a large support network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing, [[RealityEnsues Starlight still shows demonstrates early warning signs of her older self's equalistic and fanatical behavior]], behavior]] during ''Integration'', and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.
28th Jul '16 11:59:53 AM JJHIL325
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* One of the key plot points that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], Starlight still shows early warning signs of her older self's equalistic and fanatical behavior, and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.

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* One of the key plot points major differences that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], upbringing, [[RealityEnsues Starlight still shows early warning signs of her older self's equalistic and fanatical behavior, behavior]], and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.
28th Jul '16 9:43:46 AM JJHIL325
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* One of the key plot points that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], Starlight still shows early warning signs of her older self's maniac and fanatical behavior, and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.

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* One of the key plot points that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], Starlight still shows early warning signs of her older self's maniac equalistic and fanatical behavior, and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.
28th Jul '16 9:41:38 AM JJHIL325
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* One of the key plott points that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her personsl student]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], Starlight demonstrates some of the early warning signs of the original's OCD and fanatical behavior, and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.

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* One of the key plott plot points that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her personsl student]].apprentice]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], Starlight demonstrates some of the still shows early warning signs of the original's OCD her older self's maniac and fanatical behavior, and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.
28th Jul '16 9:36:57 AM JJHIL325
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* One of the key plott points that makes the ''Fanfic/AftermathOfTheGames'' universe an AU to the MLP:FIM Canon is that Twilight ends up in charge of raising a filly version of Starlight Glimmer because [[spoiler: unlike her canon counterpart, Starlight [[RedemptionRejection refused to surrender and atone for her actions]] during "The Cutie Re-Mark", so Twilight [[ShootTheDog was left with no choice]] but to [[{{Retgone}} wipe her out of existence]] by convincing the nine-year-old Starlight to run away from her OrphanageOfFear and become her personsl student]]. Twilight and everybody in the know about the filly's origins agrees that part of the reason why the original Starlight became a major psychopath was because her upbringing in her abusive orphanage prevented her from learning how to connect properly with other ponies, so they take extra care to raise her in a loving enviroment and build her a network of ponies that she's able to trust so she gets on the right path. However, [[RealityEnsues because mental illnesses are a mix of both genetics and upbringing]], Starlight demonstrates some of the early warning signs of the original's OCD and fanatical behavior, and Twilight fears the possibility that nothing she can do will make a difference.



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