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14th May '18 10:27:05 PM SteelEdge
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** Sigurd's nephew Prince Leif, and his friend's sister's daughter Princess Nanna lived almost their entire lives in exile.
14th May '18 8:38:31 PM MadAnthony94
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* Turn up from time to time in ''Manga/OnePiece''. Case in point: Cavendish (banished because he was so beautiful that he wrecked the local dating scene for everyone else), Riku Dold and family (framed for raids on local villages), Wapol (up and left when his kingdom was besieged by pirates), and [[spoiler: Sanji]].
14th May '18 2:53:22 AM SebastianGray
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* In the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' GaidenGame ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'' the crazy hired gun Mad Donna was formally known as D’onne Ulanti, twelfth daughter of the patriarch of House Ultanti. Years after she fled to the Underhive, bounty hunters employed by her family are still after her due to her bloody escape from the Spire. In game terms this means that any gang fighting against an opponent who hired Donna has a 1 in 6 chance of being accompanied by a free BountyHunter hired gun.

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* In the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' GaidenGame ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'' the crazy hired gun Mad Donna was formally known as D’onne Ulanti, twelfth daughter of the patriarch of House Ultanti.Ulanti. Years after she fled to the Underhive, bounty hunters employed by her family are still after her due to her bloody escape from the Spire. In game terms this means that any gang fighting against an opponent who hired Donna has a 1 in 6 chance of being accompanied by a free BountyHunter hired gun.
17th Apr '18 8:12:03 PM karstovich2
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* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'': A number of Russian émigrés appear in Series 4 (1922-23). Lady Rose gets involved in a charity to help the émigrés who had been resettled in York, and invites them to Downton to see some of the Tsarist memorabilia Lord Grantham's father, the 6th Earl of Grantham, had brought back from the wedding of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna in St. Petersburg in 1874. The émigrés all marvel at the items, except one--Prince Igor Kuragin, who (as it turns out) had been involved in a romantic affair with the Dowager Countess during the wedding and was only prevented from running away with her by her husband's physical intervention.

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* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'': A number of Russian émigrés appear in Series 4 (1922-23). Lady Rose gets involved in a charity to help the émigrés who had been resettled in York, and invites them to Downton to see some of the Tsarist memorabilia Lord Grantham's father, the 6th Earl of Grantham, had brought back from the wedding of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna in St. Petersburg in 1874. The émigrés all marvel at the items, except one--Prince Igor Kuragin, who (as it turns out) had been involved in a romantic affair with the Dowager Countess during the wedding and was only prevented from running away with her by her husband's physical intervention. The marvel he's after is the Dowager Countess herself (who has to fight her feelings to turn him down).
17th Apr '18 8:10:49 PM karstovich2
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* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'': A number of Russian émigrés appear in Series 4 (1922-23). Lady Rose gets involved in a charity to help the émigrés who had been resettled in York, and invites them to Downton to see some of the Tsarist memorabilia Lord Grantham's father, the 6th Earl of Grantham, had brought back from the wedding of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna in St. Petersburg in 1874. The émigrés all marvel at the items, except one--Prince Igor Kuragin, who (as it turns out) had been involved in a romantic affair with the Dowager Countess during the wedding and was only prevented from running away with her by her husband's physical intervention.
16th Mar '18 2:56:04 PM gb00393
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** Viserys and Daenerys are the last scions of their deposed dynasty and are served by the exiled lord Jorah Mormont and later by the exiled knight Ser Barristan Selmy.

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** Viserys and Daenerys are the last scions of their deposed dynasty and are served by the exiled lord Jorah Mormont and later by the exiled knight Ser Barristan Selmy. They have been on the run for most of their lives and Daenerys expects to never truly find a home to settle down in after her work is done though it is a wish that is possibly greater than upholding her family's legacy.
11th Mar '18 1:15:33 PM ShinyAegislash
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* Many nobles in the FireEmblem series become disenfranchised and hunted before either joining or forming a massive army to reclaim their kingdoms, starting from the original [[TheHero Marth]], and later reflected by supporting Characters in the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Tellius]] universe in Elincia of Crimea and later Sanaki of Begnion. Other examples are Virion and Say'ri in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'' (both run out by Walhart's forces) and the [[PlayerCharacter Avatar]] in the ''Revelations'' path of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fates]]'' [[spoiler:after being unable to choose a side to fight on.]]

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* Many nobles in the FireEmblem series become disenfranchised and hunted before either joining or forming a massive army to reclaim their kingdoms, starting from the original [[TheHero Marth]], and later reflected by supporting Characters in the [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Tellius]] universe in Elincia of Crimea and later Sanaki of Begnion. Other examples are Virion and Say'ri in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Awakening]]'' (both run out by Walhart's forces) and the [[PlayerCharacter Avatar]] in the ''Revelations'' ''Revelation'' path of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fates]]'' [[spoiler:after being unable to choose a side to fight on.]]
28th Feb '18 8:00:11 AM H2SO4
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* Aang of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', as well as, Zuko and Iroh later in the series.

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* Aang of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', as well as, Zuko and Iroh later in the series. Of course as the Avatar, he is of ''much'' higher value than the latter two.
21st Feb '18 7:55:38 AM JustTroper
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NobleRussianEmigre is a subtrope relatively common in 20-century Western fiction, especially Cold War-era novels: it is a Russian citizen (often a nobleman) who escaped the Bolsheviks and becomes the West's ally in taking down the Soviet regime.

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NobleRussianEmigre HeroicRussianEmigre is a subtrope relatively common in 20-century Western fiction, especially Cold War-era novels: it is a Russian citizen (often a nobleman) who escaped the Bolsheviks and becomes the West's ally in taking down the Soviet regime.
21st Feb '18 7:55:19 AM JustTroper
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NobleRussianEmigre is a subtrope relatively common in 20-century Western fiction, especially Cold War-era novels: it is a Russian citizen (often a nobleman) who escaped the Bolsheviks and becomes the West's ally in taking down the Soviet regime.
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