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29th Jan '18 2:08:59 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Ridley from ''VideoGame/RadiataStories'' is type 2: A snobby BlueBlood knight, who is followed on her missions by other knights to make sure she doesn't get hurt. After a key event, she mellows into the first type; polite and sweet VIP among her new allies, with an IdiotHero declaring his life's mission is porotecting her.

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* Ridley from ''VideoGame/RadiataStories'' is type 2: A snobby BlueBlood knight, who is followed on her missions by other knights to make sure she doesn't get hurt. After a key event, she mellows into the first type; polite and sweet VIP among her new allies, with an IdiotHero declaring his life's mission is porotecting protecting her.
29th Jan '18 2:03:08 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Sara Crewe in ''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', before [[FallenPrincess she falls on hard times.]]
* Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking''.
* Annagramma Hawkin, Tiffany Aching's social nemesis in the young adult ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books, embodies the second version of this trope. Subverted in ''Wintersmith'', where it's revealed that [[spoiler: her family isn't rich at all]] and she actually starts to learn from experience.

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* %%%%* Sara Crewe in ''Literature/ALittlePrincess'', before [[FallenPrincess she falls on hard times.]]
* %%%* Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking''.
* Annagramma Hawkin, Tiffany Aching's social nemesis in the young adult ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books, embodies the second version of this trope. Subverted It is subverted in ''Wintersmith'', where it's revealed that [[spoiler: her family isn't rich at all]] and she actually starts to learn from experience.experience.
*''Literature/JourneyTochaos'':
**Being Nolien's sister, Hailey is a Heleti blue blood. Her posh manners and StealthInsult training drive Tiza crazy [[spoiler: until they become best friends]].
** While exploring Dengel's castle lair in Ceiha, Eric meets "Asuna", [[spoiler: the animated skull of one of his Dengel's students]]. He notes that she has the demeanor of a haughty lady and imagines what she would look and act like in the past; dressed in finery and ordering her father-figure's soul-bound slaves to perform tasks for her.
27th Jan '18 3:55:47 PM nombretomado
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In [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseLanguage the original Japanese]], expect all types of ojou to use the more formal [[JapanesePronouns first-person pronoun]] "''watakushi''" rather than the more casual (and [[UsefulNotes/GenderAndJapaneseLanguage feminine-only]]) "''atashi''," and to make heavy use of the "''wa''" feminine emphasis particle at the end of their sentences.

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In [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseLanguage the original Japanese]], expect all types of ojou to use the more formal [[JapanesePronouns [[UsefulNotes/JapanesePronouns first-person pronoun]] "''watakushi''" rather than the more casual (and [[UsefulNotes/GenderAndJapaneseLanguage feminine-only]]) "''atashi''," and to make heavy use of the "''wa''" feminine emphasis particle at the end of their sentences.
24th Dec '17 12:16:12 PM Starshock
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* Jackie Kennedy. Her first husband was president John F. Kennedy and her second husband was Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis. She was known for her style, charm, dignity, and love of high culture.
26th Nov '17 6:17:16 PM nombretomado
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In [[JapaneseLanguage the original Japanese]], expect all types of ojou to use the more formal [[JapanesePronouns first-person pronoun]] "''watakushi''" rather than the more casual (and [[UsefulNotes/GenderAndJapaneseLanguage feminine-only]]) "''atashi''," and to make heavy use of the "''wa''" feminine emphasis particle at the end of their sentences.

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In [[JapaneseLanguage [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseLanguage the original Japanese]], expect all types of ojou to use the more formal [[JapanesePronouns first-person pronoun]] "''watakushi''" rather than the more casual (and [[UsefulNotes/GenderAndJapaneseLanguage feminine-only]]) "''atashi''," and to make heavy use of the "''wa''" feminine emphasis particle at the end of their sentences.
24th Nov '17 11:50:04 AM nombretomado
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In [[JapaneseLanguage the original Japanese]], expect all types of ojou to use the more formal [[JapanesePronouns first-person pronoun]] "''watakushi''" rather than the more casual (and [[GenderAndJapaneseLanguage feminine-only]]) "''atashi''," and to make heavy use of the "''wa''" feminine emphasis particle at the end of their sentences.

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In [[JapaneseLanguage the original Japanese]], expect all types of ojou to use the more formal [[JapanesePronouns first-person pronoun]] "''watakushi''" rather than the more casual (and [[GenderAndJapaneseLanguage [[UsefulNotes/GenderAndJapaneseLanguage feminine-only]]) "''atashi''," and to make heavy use of the "''wa''" feminine emphasis particle at the end of their sentences.
24th Nov '17 10:14:32 AM petewarrior
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* ''[[Anime/{{GirlsUndPanzer}} Girls und Panzer]]''
** The Nishizumi sisters live in a BigFancyHouse and are treated as ojous at home and by the Nishizumi-ryu students.
** Hana Isuzu also lives in a BigFancyHouse, uses the ''watakushi'' first-person pronoun, and [[{{YamatoNadeshiko}} practices traditional flower arranging]] besides tank-do.
14th Nov '17 2:57:05 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** The latest Ojou in the series is Momiji Oouka, who is mostly the IceQueen type with ''very'' slight dashes of RichBitch.

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** The latest Ojou in the series is Momiji Oouka, who is mostly mixes the IceQueen type with ''very'' slight dashes and SpoiledBrat types (she's more of RichBitch.the first in the manga, and more of the second in the 21-th NonSerialMovie).
28th Oct '17 9:37:05 AM luisedgarf
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* ''ComicBook/AlbedoErmaFelnaEDF'' had many of them of both genders, including the titular protagonist. This is quite justified because, while being an American comic, the storytelling is [[{{Animesque}} definitely not]]:
** As mentioned previously, the titular Erma Felna is basically a military version of this trope. She is a descendant of a prestigious family of soldiers that dates back centuries, and her personality usually gives that vibe, not to mention that, in times of peace, she is usually a very educated and formal woman, albeit, when she was a child, she was a RoyalBrat, especially towards her younger brother. On the other hand, she could be a deconstruction of this, as she could be quite mercurial, vindictive at times, and prone to explosive outburst, not to mention she doesn't receive any kind of special privileges for being one, not that she cares of this anyways. Heck, she is even addressed with the [[TranslationConvention in-universe term]] of ''ojou-sama'' by the resident MasterComputer, The Net.
** Her mother Eda is a much classical ojou than her own daughter, albeit this is very most justified, as she is an ActualPacifist with a utter hatred for war. She even sits in [[SeizaSquirm seiza pose]] for drinking tea.
** Teka Ardehad is also another classical example of an ojou. In this case this is even more justified because she hails from a royal family and also because [[spoiler:she is a clone from Erma]].
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6th Oct '17 2:31:07 PM Laukku
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* Mio Shimazu from ''VisualNovel/YuNo'' is a {{Tsundere}} variant, complete with OjouRinglets. She's the daughter of the town mayor.
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