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30th Apr '17 10:23:38 AM ShiningwingX
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** And again with Eleanor Bishop, who joins the team after [[spoiler: Ziva leaves, following the death of her father and subsequent revenge]]. Every member of the Team Gibbs takes to her very quickly, including Gibbs himself (justified, as he was suffering a minor HeroicBSOD at the time, and was thus more vulnerable). Of particular note, is Tony Dinozzo who took [[spoiler: Ziva's departure]] harder than anyone, but still was just as welcoming to Ellie as all the others. Interesting in that Ellie actually realizes this, and is rather upset that everyone is going so easy on her.
29th Apr '17 6:37:30 PM nombretomado
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* One of many reasons that Shirayuki Berii of ''TokyoMewMew a la mode'' is marked as a CanonSue. The TrueCompanions are generally inclusive and friendly, but Berii makes them practically worship her before they even ''speak'' to her.

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* One of many reasons that Shirayuki Berii of ''TokyoMewMew ''Manga/TokyoMewMew a la mode'' is marked as a CanonSue. The TrueCompanions are generally inclusive and friendly, but Berii makes them practically worship her before they even ''speak'' to her.
23rd Apr '17 12:05:47 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Davos with Jon Snow, who he becomes staunchly supportive of after Stannis is killed, despite prior interactions being limited and not overly friendly.
18th Nov '16 4:59:01 PM eroock
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9th Aug '16 3:53:19 PM nombretomado
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* H.G.Wells in the last episodes of season two on {{Warehouse 13}}.She joins the team suddenly in one episode, treated as family the next, before she betrays them in the season finale.
* Averted in DeadLikeMe with Daisy. It takes the rest of the reapers quite a while to get used to her.

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* H.G. Wells in the last episodes of season two on {{Warehouse 13}}.''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}''. She joins the team suddenly in one episode, treated as family the next, before she betrays them in the season finale.
* Averted in DeadLikeMe ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' with Daisy. It takes the rest of the reapers quite a while to get used to her.
4th Jul '16 7:35:00 AM ThatBitterTase
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* ''FireEmblem''. This happens so much, it is a wonder that the hero's group doesn't pick up any spies. [[spoiler: Reports are, the only spies in the series (Nasiar and Orsen) are the few characters that don't meet the heroes this way.]] In ''FireEmblem'', however, in the games where you're merceneries everybody seems to think it perfectly normal to end up killing your old friends (in Gatrie's words) 'because of their poor choice in employers', so maybe it follow that it's normal to befriend the people who were trying to kill you.

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* ''FireEmblem''. This happens so much, it is a wonder that the hero's group doesn't pick up any spies. [[spoiler: Reports are, the only spies in the series (Nasiar and Orsen) are the few characters that don't meet the heroes this way.]] In ''FireEmblem'', however, ]]
** Justified
in ''Shadow Dragon''; the games where you're merceneries everybody seems people you recruit from the enemy are either conscripts forced to think it perfectly normal fight against you (and thus willing to end up killing your old friends (in Gatrie's words) 'because of their poor choice in employers', so maybe it follow join you given even the vaguest excuse), prisoners (who have no reason to bite the hand that it's normal to befriend saved them), or friends/family of the people who recruit them (who have someone to vouch for their trustworthiness). The people who join you ''without'' being recruited, meanwhile, were trying to kill you.either hired by people backing the heroes or FireForgedFriends.
26th Mar '16 8:54:30 AM nombretomado
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* Oliver in ''{{Coupling}}''. Goes on a blind date with one of the main characters and it doesn't work out. In subsequent episodes he gets involved in the six-way phone call, and Jane later invites him to Sally's dinner party and Susan's antenatal class. By his fifth episode he's having regular drinks with Steve and Patrick, in [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Jeff's old seat]].

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* Oliver in ''{{Coupling}}''.''Series/{{Coupling}}''. Goes on a blind date with one of the main characters and it doesn't work out. In subsequent episodes he gets involved in the six-way phone call, and Jane later invites him to Sally's dinner party and Susan's antenatal class. By his fifth episode he's having regular drinks with Steve and Patrick, in [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Jeff's old seat]].
18th Mar '16 11:50:45 PM Hossmeister
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15th Feb '16 4:43:06 PM intastiel
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* Naturally, this is a rather common trope in fan fiction, particularly crossovers.
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28th Jan '16 9:32:15 PM Chabal2
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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/WingsOfLiberty'': Matt Horner and Tychus Findlay continuously clash with each other throughout the game, as the former has been Raynor's {{Lancer}} for four years and the latter his BigGuy best friend years ago before being thrown into prison. Raynor trusts both, [[spoiler:but Matt was right: Tychus was only released from prison to get close to Raynor and kill Kerrigan.]]
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