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2nd Feb '16 4:16:59 AM MeikyuButterfly
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* Teddie from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' was originally a [[spoiler: mindless Shadow. After becoming self-aware]] he lived all on his own and isolated, until the Investigation Team, especially Yosuke and Yu, started to pretty much raise him. He's been acting as somewhat of a little brother figure to Yosuke (thus mirroring Nanako and her relationship to Yu) ever since.
29th May '15 4:45:04 PM LovePsychothefirst
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* ''Anime/BloodPlus'' has Saya [[spoiler: a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Chiropteran]] raised by humans and thus firmly on their side.]]
12th May '15 4:43:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* Irys from ''{{Gamera}} 3: Incomplete Struggle'' is raised by a human girl named Ayana. It's later subverted in that [[spoiler:Irys never saw Ayana as its mother and was instead manipulating her so it could become strong enough to absorb her and fight Gamera.]]

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* Irys from ''{{Gamera}} 3: Incomplete Struggle'' ''Film/Gamera3AwakeningOfIrys'' is raised by a human girl named Ayana. It's later subverted in that [[spoiler:Irys never saw Ayana as its mother and was instead manipulating her so it could become strong enough to absorb her and fight Gamera.]]
10th May '15 10:43:14 AM SharleeD
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* In ''WatershipDown'', General Woundwort was orphaned as a baby when a weasel killed his mother, and was taken in by a kindly local man. It's likely his later hyper-aggressiveness stems from the trauma of watching his mother being eaten and the stress of growing up apart from other rabbits.




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* In ''WatershipDown'', General Woundwort was orphaned as a baby when a weasel killed his mother, and was taken in by a kindly local man. It's likely his later hyper-aggressiveness stems from the trauma of watching his mother being eaten and the stress of growing up apart from other rabbits.
10th May '15 10:42:28 AM SharleeD
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* ''Film/FlyAwayHome'', loosely based on a true story, tells of how a girl who raises orphaned geese which imprint on her, then learns to fly an ultralight so she can guide them to a wildlife sanctuary.

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* ''Film/FlyAwayHome'', loosely based on a true story, tells of how a girl who raises raised orphaned geese which imprint imprinted on her, then learns learned to fly an ultralight so she can could guide them to a wildlife sanctuary.
10th May '15 10:41:01 AM SharleeD
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* ''Film/FlyAwayHome'', loosely based on a true story, tells of how a girl who raises orphaned geese which imprint on her, then learns to fly an ultralight so she can guide them to a wildlife sanctuary.
28th Mar '15 8:17:32 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted with Brian from ''FamilyGuy''. While he is treated like part of the family, he's only considered the family pet rather than a surrogate son to Lois and Peter.

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* Subverted with Brian from ''FamilyGuy''.''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. While he is treated like part of the family, he's only considered the family pet rather than a surrogate son to Lois and Peter.
30th Jan '15 9:56:28 PM sgamer82
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* Thrall from the ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' franchise is an orc raised by humans as a slave. He eventually returns to his own kind and becomes their leader.

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* Thrall from the ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' franchise is an orc raised by humans as a slave. He eventually returns to his own kind and becomes their leader.
leader. The difference in upbringing makes itself known from time to time; such as in ''Warlords of Draenor'' when the orc Draka is surprised that Thrall didn't bring his mate with him to battle the Iron Horde. Thrall insisted she StayInTheKitchen with their little ones, and admits he hadn't considered the more orcish idea that war is when it's ''most'' vital to have family close by.
20th Nov '14 6:17:38 AM Koveras
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* In {{Pathfinder}}, elves who are raised by humans are known as "the Forlorn" because [[Really700YearsOld their long lifespans]] mean they will see all their friends and loved ones age and die while they remain young. Merisiel, the iconic Rogue, is such a one.

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* In {{Pathfinder}}, ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', elves who are raised by humans are known as "the Forlorn" because [[Really700YearsOld their long lifespans]] mean they will see all their friends and loved ones age and die while they remain young. Merisiel, the iconic Rogue, is such a one.
24th Oct '14 3:09:20 PM Vampygirl63
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* Godzilla Junior in ''Film/GodzillaVsMechagodzillaII''. Had quite the effect too, turning into a protective GentleGiant as we saw him grow up over the Heisei saga.
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