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11th Aug '16 3:42:51 PM LuciaMoore
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** Furthermore, [[spoiler:throughout the game, the protagonist wears a blue and magenta striped shirt. If you get the "genocide" (bad) ending, it reveals that the ultimate villain, the 'Fallen Child', looks nearly identical to the protagonist, but wears a yellow and mint green shirt of similar design.]]
31st Jul '16 2:08:09 PM OctoDojo
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* Captain Olimar from ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}'' have a yellow spacesuit with red accents. In the third game, he even has two blue buttons on his suit. This trope is even further supported by the red, yellow and blue Pikmin types he has been assisted by since the series' beginning.
** Olimar's companion Louie has a similar spacesuit, but with blue accents instead of red.
27th Jul '16 11:56:38 AM OctoDojo
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* {{Pocahontas}}: The Powhatan tribe members wears yellow-beige clothing with some red or blue details. Most of the settlers, especially John Smith, are dressed in blue. And among them are the purple-clad Governor Ratcliffe, [[{{Pun}} already showing his true colors...]]
23rd Jul '16 10:19:58 PM Thunderchin
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* '''VideoGame/DukeNukem''' is a PrimaryColorChampion, with red tanktop and blue jeans punctuated with a golden upside-down trefoil belt buckle and blonde hair. His [[BlingBlingBang gold-plated 1911 pistol]] is an optional accessory.
23rd Jul '16 3:06:48 PM Drope
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** Subverted with the three main members of the villainous Shadaloo organization: M. Bison, Balrog and Vega. They all wear red and blue, with varying degrees of yellow as well (depending on the entry). In Bison's case, the blue on his clothes has become darker as the series has went on, almost making him RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver.

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** Subverted with the three main members of the villainous Shadaloo organization: M. Bison, Balrog and Vega. They all wear red and blue, with varying degrees of yellow as well (depending on the series' entry). In Bison's case, the blue on his clothes has become darker as the series has went on, almost making him RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver.
23rd Jul '16 3:05:23 PM Drope
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** Subverted with the three main members of the villainous Shadaloo organization: M. Bison, Balrog and Vega. They all wear red and blue, with varying degrees of yellow as well (depending on the entry). In Bison's case, the blue on his clothes has become darker, almost making him RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver.

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** Subverted with the three main members of the villainous Shadaloo organization: M. Bison, Balrog and Vega. They all wear red and blue, with varying degrees of yellow as well (depending on the entry). In Bison's case, the blue on his clothes has become darker, darker as the series has went on, almost making him RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver.
23rd Jul '16 3:04:24 PM Drope
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* ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' has both Ryu and Ken, especially the latter with his red gi, blonde hair and blue Hadoukens. Ryu has his red bandanna and gloves plus the same blue Hadoukens, but no yellow. This is relevant as Ryu tends to flirt with his DarkSide every now and then whereas Ken doesn't have this problem.

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* ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' has both ''Franchise/StreetFighter'':
** Both
Ryu and Ken, especially the latter with his red gi, blonde hair and blue Hadoukens. Ryu has his red bandanna and gloves plus the same blue Hadoukens, but no yellow. This is relevant as Ryu tends to flirt with his DarkSide every now and then whereas Ken doesn't have this problem.problem.
** Subverted with the three main members of the villainous Shadaloo organization: M. Bison, Balrog and Vega. They all wear red and blue, with varying degrees of yellow as well (depending on the entry). In Bison's case, the blue on his clothes has become darker, almost making him RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver.
14th Jul '16 5:35:20 AM Nepeta
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* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies'', Phoenix Wright, the titular character and main hero, wears a blue suit and red tie, with a yellow pin and chain. [[ChromaticArrangement This can also be extended to him and his two assistants as a whole]]--Phoenix being the blue aspect, Apollo the red aspect, and Athena the yellow aspect.

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* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies'', Phoenix Wright, the titular character and main hero, wears a blue suit and red magenta tie, with a yellow pin and chain. [[ChromaticArrangement This can also be extended extended]] to him and his two assistants the [[BeautyBrainsandBrawn Wright Anything Agency]] as a whole]]--Phoenix whole--[[TheSmartGuy Phoenix]] being the blue aspect, Apollo [[HotBlooded Apollo]] the red aspect, and Athena [[GenkiGirl Athena]] the yellow aspect.
13th Jul '16 2:18:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Franchise/XMen dress code changes it up a bit by being blue and yellow with red accents (such as the X insignia or just leaving out their [[RedHeadedHero red hair.]]) Notably three of the most prominent characters all do this in some way, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} typically has a red belt. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} has the red bar in his visor, and is sometimes depicted with his reddish brown hair out. Jean Grey also does the yellow and blue costume, red hair variation before she becomes the Phoenix. Then she trades the blue with green as she drifts into Villain / AntiHero territory.

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* The Franchise/XMen dress code changes it up a bit by being blue and yellow with red accents (such as the X insignia or just leaving out their [[RedHeadedHero red hair.]]) ) Notably three of the most prominent characters all do this in some way, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} typically has a red belt. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} has the red bar in his visor, and is sometimes depicted with his reddish brown hair out. Jean Grey also does the yellow and blue costume, red hair variation before she becomes the Phoenix. Then she trades the blue with green as she drifts into Villain / AntiHero territory.
10th Jul '16 5:43:34 PM nombretomado
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* ChronoTrigger: Crono - Fiery red hair, a blue tunic, and a yellow kerchief ensures you won't lose sight of him. He's the hero, and for most of the game a required party member.
* VideoGame/DillonsRollingWestern: Dillon, the old west hero and titular character, is a yellow armadillo with a bright red shell and blue scarf. The scarf has some thin yellow patterns on it too.

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* ChronoTrigger: ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'': Crono - Fiery red hair, a blue tunic, and a yellow kerchief ensures you won't lose sight of him. He's the hero, and for most of the game a required party member.
* VideoGame/DillonsRollingWestern: ''VideoGame/DillonsRollingWestern'': Dillon, the old west hero and titular character, is a yellow armadillo with a bright red shell and blue scarf. The scarf has some thin yellow patterns on it too.
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