History Main / PapaWolf

23rd Jan '16 9:57:53 AM Mavado
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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} BITCH!]]]]'''

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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} '''[[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch BITCH!]]]]'''
14th Jan '16 9:40:32 AM bannermanner
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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} son of a BITCH!]]]]'''

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[[caption-width-right:300: [[Film/{{Aliens}} Get away from her, you]] '''[[Film/{{Aliens}} son of a BITCH!]]]]'''
19th Aug '15 10:51:23 AM ChaoticNovelist
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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple. ParentsInDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids.

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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple. ParentsInDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids.
28th Jan '15 4:18:45 PM barretxiii
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->[[TooDumbToLive Good luck.]]

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->[[TooDumbToLive Good ->''[[TooDumbToLive Good]]'' ''[[TemptingFate luck.]]]]''
1st Jan '15 1:05:25 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[LiamNeeson Bryan Mills]]''', ''Film/{{Taken}}''

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-->-- '''[[LiamNeeson '''[[Creator/LiamNeeson Bryan Mills]]''', ''Film/{{Taken}}''
22nd Mar '14 10:06:21 PM rjung
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* PapaWolf/{{Pinball}}
4th Mar '14 2:44:59 PM Catbert
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This is the [[SpearCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] to MamaBear. When Mama Bear and Papa Wolf ''[[BattleCouple team up]]'', no force on earth can stop them.


Not named "Papa Bear" (sorry, [[Series/TheColbertReport Stephen Colbert]]) because in RealLife, bears do not make good fathers. Plus, it also happens to be the name of a certain BumblingDad in [[Literature/TheBerenstainBears a children's book series]]. The male wolves, on the other hand, will react to their offspring or mate being threatened in very much the same way a female bear will. Plus, they are [[BigBadassWolf big and badass]].

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This is the [[SpearCounterpart Spear Counterpart]] to MamaBear. When Mama Bear MamaBear and Papa Wolf ''[[BattleCouple team up]]'', no force on earth can stop them.


Not named "Papa Bear" (sorry, [[Series/TheColbertReport Stephen Colbert]]) because in RealLife, bears do not make good fathers. Plus, it also happens to be the name of a certain BumblingDad in [[Literature/TheBerenstainBears a children's book series]]. The male wolves, on the other hand, will react to their offspring or mate being threatened in very much the same way a female bear will. Plus, they are [[BigBadassWolf big and badass]].
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7th Feb '14 4:27:34 PM Elenor
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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there.

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Remember when adding examples that this is a male only trope. The female equivalent is "MamaBear" so all {{Distaff Counterpart}}s should be placed there.
there. When MamaBear and PapaWolf team up, it's a BattleCouple. ParentsInDistress is the inversion, when Papa needs to be bailed out by the kids.
19th Jan '14 1:55:47 AM jaydude
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* PapaWolf/WebVideo
3rd Jan '14 7:40:53 AM ANTMuddle
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Often Papa Wolf incidents serve as a way to reveal that a NonActionGuy is really a RetiredBadass or a CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass. In contrast to an OverprotectiveDad a Papa Wolf is always portrayed heroically because the latter is defending their kids from genuine threats instead of imagined ones.

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Often Papa Wolf incidents serve as a way to reveal that a NonActionGuy is really a RetiredBadass or a CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass. In contrast to an OverprotectiveDad (who sometimes ''thinks'' he's this), a Papa Wolf is always portrayed heroically because the latter is defending their kids from genuine threats instead of imagined ones.
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