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9th Jul '17 11:00:51 PM Jupree
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* ''Film/BigFatLiar'' is about this. It's about Jason Sheppard going to L.A. to prove to his parents he wrote the paper. This is a case of shattering the "cried wolf" thing, since Jason was a habitual liar.
29th Jun '17 12:46:26 PM DannyVElAcme
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* Kamina in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' is the sort of person who inspires this in everyone he meets, whether they like it or not.

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* Kamina in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' is the sort of person who inspires this in everyone he meets, whether they like it or not. On the flip side of that, [[UndyingLoyalty Kamina's trust in Simon is his defining trait]].
24th Jun '17 8:00:34 PM TheSinful
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7798790/18/Promises-of-a-Wandering-Hero Promises of a Wandering Hero]]'', while the residents of the [[Manga/LoveHina Hinata Inn]] are wary after learning Keitaro=/=[[LightNovel/FateStayNight Shirou]] killed Sarah's mother, after hearing the [[MercyKill circumstances]] behind it, they decide to give him the benefit of the doubt, noting that he's never done anything to actually betray their trust before. Meanwhile, Haruka doesn't even ask the circumstances despite having been good friends with the woman. She simply asks if Shirou made it as painless as possible, and concludes that he must have had a good reason for it.[[note]]The official reason is the woman had contracted a form of rabies, become violently aggressive, and would die in a few hours anyway. What really happened is she'd run afoul of a curse that turned her into a TechnicallyLivingZombie[[/note]]

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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7798790/18/Promises-of-a-Wandering-Hero Promises of a Wandering Hero]]'', while the residents of the [[Manga/LoveHina Hinata Inn]] are wary after learning Keitaro=/=[[LightNovel/FateStayNight Keitaro/[[LightNovel/FateStayNight Shirou]] killed Sarah's mother, after hearing the [[MercyKill circumstances]] behind it, they decide to give him the benefit of the doubt, noting that he's never done anything to actually betray their trust before. Meanwhile, Haruka doesn't even ask the circumstances despite having been good friends with the woman. She simply asks if Shirou made it as painless as possible, and concludes that he must have had a good reason for it.[[note]]The official reason is the woman had contracted a form of rabies, become violently aggressive, and would die in a few hours anyway. What really happened is she'd run afoul of a curse that turned her into a TechnicallyLivingZombie[[/note]]
24th Jun '17 8:00:01 PM TheSinful
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7798790/18/Promises-of-a-Wandering-Hero Promises of a Wandering Hero]]'', while the residents of the [[Manga/LoveHina Hinata Inn]] are wary after learning Keitaro=/=[[LightNovel/FateStayNight Shirou]] killed Sarah's mother, after hearing the [[MercyKill circumstances]] behind it, they decide to give him the benefit of the doubt, noting that he's never done anything to actually betray their trust before. Meanwhile, Haruka doesn't even ask the circumstances despite having been good friends with the woman. She simply asks if Shirou made it as painless as possible, and concludes that he must have had a good reason for it.[[note]]The official reason is the woman had contracted a form of rabies, become violently aggressive, and would die in a few hours anyway. What really happened is she'd run afoul of a curse that turned her into a TechnicallyLivingZombie[[/note]]
17th Jun '17 7:39:46 PM Steven
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* Trust is a massive issue that Batman has in ''VideoGame/Injustice2'', which is understandable considering how his best friend Superman turned against him. Batman is told by his aide that he needs to expand his circle of trust if he wants to get anything done. Batman eventually starts to trust the Flash and the Green Lantern (both of them had defected to Superman's regime in the previous game and later repented for it) with his plans to deal with Brainiac. Batman eventually admits that he needs Superman to save the day, which would mean trusting him to not backstab him again. [[spoiler: The whole thing is subverted in the very end where after Brainiac is defeated, Batman and Superman have a spat over whether or not Brainiac should live or die. Batman never fully trusted Superman at all (with the gold kryptonite dagger being proof of that) because he knew he'd still go back to his old ways of using fear and power to put criminals in line and Superman proved him right. In the end, Batman trusted Superman enough to stop Brainiac, but didn't trust him enough to actually learn his lesson from the previous game where he used his powers to oppress people. If you side with Batman in the final segment of the game, the ending shows him placing his trust in Supergirl, who had upheld her moral values a lot better than Superman did.]]
11th May '17 9:06:01 AM mouschilight
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* In the ''Manga/ViolinistOfHameln'' the 'Trust' between Hamel and Flute is exactly what stops him from [[spoiler: turning completely into a Mazoku.]] Also, Trust is what gives Flute the power to [[spoiler: stand up and hold Mazoku!Hamel's hand, smiling- ''after being stabbed by him''.]]
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' was hated by nearly everyone in the village since birth, with [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe the exceptions]] of [[BigGood the Third Hokage]], [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[NiceGirl Hinata]]. If Naruto didn't have their trust--especially [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata's]] as the series progressed--things may have been a lot worse. Just look at what happened to [[OmnicidalManiac Gaara]].

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* In the ''Manga/ViolinistOfHameln'' the 'Trust' between Hamel and Flute is exactly what stops him from [[spoiler: turning completely into a Mazoku.]] Also, Trust is what gives Flute the power to [[spoiler: stand up and hold Mazoku!Hamel's hand, smiling- ''after smiling--''after being stabbed by him''.]]
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' was hated by nearly everyone in the village since birth, with [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe the exceptions]] of the [[BigGood the Third Hokage]], [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[NiceGirl Hinata]]. If Naruto didn't have their trust--especially [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata's]] as the series progressed--things may have been a lot worse. Just look at what happened to [[OmnicidalManiac Gaara]].
8th May '17 10:20:54 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' was hated by nearly everyone in the village since birth, with [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe the exceptions]] of [[BigGood the Third Hokage]], [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[NiceGirl Hinata]]. If Naruto didn't have their trust--especially [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]]'s as the series progressed--things may have been a lot worse. Just look at what happened to [[OmnicidalManiac Gaara]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' was hated by nearly everyone in the village since birth, with [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe the exceptions]] of [[BigGood the Third Hokage]], [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[NiceGirl Hinata]]. If Naruto didn't have their trust--especially [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]]'s Hinata's]] as the series progressed--things may have been a lot worse. Just look at what happened to [[OmnicidalManiac Gaara]].
8th May '17 10:20:06 PM mouschilight
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---> '''Ed:''' The colonel might be a bastard, but he's trustworthy.

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---> --> '''Ed:''' The colonel might be a bastard, but he's trustworthy.
8th May '17 10:19:42 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' was hated by nearly everyone in the village since birth, with the exceptions of [[ParentalSubstitute Iruka]] and [[NiceGirl Hinata]]. If Naruto didn't have either of their trust--especially [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata's]] as the series progressed--things may have been a lot worse. Just look at what happened to [[OmnicidalManiac Gaara]].
** Also Chouji. Constantly teased for his weight, but reveals during a major fight that if you insult Shikamaru (the one who actually believed in him), [[BerserkButton he will kick your ass.]]

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' was hated by nearly everyone in the village since birth, with [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe the exceptions exceptions]] of [[ParentalSubstitute Iruka]] [[BigGood the Third Hokage]], [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[NiceGirl Hinata]]. If Naruto didn't have either of their trust--especially [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata's]] Hinata]]'s as the series progressed--things may have been a lot worse. Just look at what happened to [[OmnicidalManiac Gaara]].
** Also Chouji. Constantly teased for his weight, but reveals during a major fight that if you insult Shikamaru [[HeterosexualLifePartners Shikamaru]] (the only one who actually believed in him), [[BerserkButton he will kick your ass.]]ass]].
23rd Apr '17 5:25:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'' "...Okay. I trust you. No...I should say...trust me, Guy." I guess the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' [[RuleOfThree loves this trope.]] In this case, it's what keeps Luke and Guy together throughout the game, despite the fact that their pasts ''severely'' complicate their friendship. Guy trusts Luke enough to [[spoiler: return to him, even after the rest of the party abandons Luke for destroying Akzeriuth,]] and it's reciprocated enough that Luke later [[spoiler: allows Guy to stay with the party, despite the fact that Guy's original intention was to kill him.]]

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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'' "...Okay. I trust you. No...I should say...trust me, Guy." I guess the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' [[RuleOfThree loves this trope.]] In this case, it's what keeps Luke and Guy together throughout the game, despite the fact that their pasts ''severely'' complicate their friendship. Guy trusts Luke enough to [[spoiler: return to him, even after the rest of the party abandons Luke for destroying Akzeriuth,]] and it's reciprocated enough that Luke later [[spoiler: allows Guy to stay with the party, despite the fact that Guy's original intention was to kill him.]]
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