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19th Apr '16 4:36:43 AM HighOctaneAwesome
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** Several of the other heroes also have red hair, such as Penny, Pyrrha, and Nora.
17th Apr '16 2:31:23 PM Leid
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* In ''[[FanFic/CissneisPath Cissnei's Path]]'', a VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII fanfic, Cissnei is one of the main protagonists and travels with the main group.
8th Apr '16 7:41:25 PM Panther50
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%%* ''Film/RedSonja''.

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%%* * ''Film/RedSonja''.



%%* Danielle the archer, in ''TheFlightOfDragons''.
%%* The Mad Hatter in Creator/TimBurton's ''Film/AliceInWonderland''.
* All of Creator/JohnWayne's characters (because Wayne himself was a redhead in RealLife). Also true with Creator/ChuckNorris!!!
%%* ''Film/RunLolaRun'': Lola's hair is fiery red.
%%* Scarlet from ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra''.
%%* Will Scarlet from ''Film/RobinHood2010''
%%* Tauriel from ''Film/TheHobbitTheDesolationOfSmaug'' and ''Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies''.

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%%* * Danielle the archer, in ''TheFlightOfDragons''.
%%* * The Mad Hatter in Creator/TimBurton's ''Film/AliceInWonderland''.
* All of Creator/JohnWayne's characters (because Wayne himself was a redhead in RealLife). Also true with Creator/ChuckNorris!!!
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Creator/ChuckNorris!!!* ''Film/RunLolaRun'': Lola's hair is fiery red.
%%* * Scarlet from ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra''.
%%* * Will Scarlet from ''Film/RobinHood2010''
%%* * Hamish, William Wallace's boyhood friend and one of his deputies in the fight against the English in ''Film/BraveHeart''.
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Tauriel from ''Film/TheHobbitTheDesolationOfSmaug'' and ''Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies''.
5th Apr '16 10:20:01 PM Eievie
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->''"Although he seems no more than a simple innkeeper, we know there's more to him than that - he has red hair for a start, and under Article Five of the Fantasy Literature Act of 1972 it is illegal to have a redhead in a fantasy novel who isn't Totally Special ([[Literature/HarryPotter Ron Weasley]] slipped through the net due to the Sidekick Exemption Clause)."''

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->''"Although he seems no more than a simple innkeeper, we know there's more to him than that - he that--he has red hair for a start, and under Article Five of the Fantasy Literature Act of 1972 it is illegal to have a redhead in a fantasy novel who isn't Totally Special ([[Literature/HarryPotter Ron Weasley]] slipped through the net due to the Sidekick Exemption Clause)."''



Compare HeroesWantRedheads. Contrast EvilRedhead, RedheadedBully, RedHeadedStepchild. Compare & contrast YouGottaHaveBlueHair.

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Compare HeroesWantRedheads. (And if a redheaded hero wants a redhead, it's LookalikeLovers.) Contrast EvilRedhead, RedheadedBully, RedHeadedStepchild. Compare & contrast YouGottaHaveBlueHair.



* If that Comicbook/Gen13 one-off counts, ''ComicBook/TheAuthority's'' Midnighter - though you wouldn't know it, as (on the rare occasions he's seen without his mask) every artist gives him a different colour. WordOfGod says he just likes to dye it. Caitlin Fairchild of ''ComicBook/{{Gen13}}'' is a more consistent example of this, as well as being the resident SignificantGreenEyedRedhead.

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* If that Comicbook/Gen13 one-off counts, ''ComicBook/TheAuthority's'' Midnighter - though Midnighter--though you wouldn't know it, as (on the rare occasions he's seen without his mask) every artist gives him a different colour. WordOfGod says he just likes to dye it. Caitlin Fairchild of ''ComicBook/{{Gen13}}'' is a more consistent example of this, as well as being the resident SignificantGreenEyedRedhead.



* Several Creator/RobertAHeinlein protagonists - most notably, Lazarus Long (nee Woodrow Wilson Smith) (biggest role was in ''Literature/TimeEnoughForLove'', he did appear in later Heinlein works) and his mother, Maureen Johnson Smith (most prominent in ''Literature/ToSailBeyondTheSunset'', she plays a minor role in several earlier Heinlein novels). And many were redheaded ''twins''; ''Literature/TheRollingStones'', ''Time for the Stars'', Laz and Lor from ''Literature/TimeEnoughForLove''. Other adventurous or heroic redheads include Podkayne of Mars, one of his more popular Juvenile characters, "Slipstick" Libby, Hazel Stone, and a long list of others.

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* Several Creator/RobertAHeinlein protagonists - most protagonists--most notably, Lazarus Long (nee Woodrow Wilson Smith) (biggest role was in ''Literature/TimeEnoughForLove'', he did appear in later Heinlein works) and his mother, Maureen Johnson Smith (most prominent in ''Literature/ToSailBeyondTheSunset'', she plays a minor role in several earlier Heinlein novels). And many were redheaded ''twins''; ''Literature/TheRollingStones'', ''Time for the Stars'', Laz and Lor from ''Literature/TimeEnoughForLove''. Other adventurous or heroic redheads include Podkayne of Mars, one of his more popular Juvenile characters, "Slipstick" Libby, Hazel Stone, and a long list of others.



* Several from the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', including four from the Skywalker family/bloodline alone: Mara Jade Skywalker (Luke's wife and the reason there's redheads in the bloodline at all - [[GreenEyes green-eyed]]), Ben Skywalker (her son and the kid in the former article image; this is {{lampshade|Hanging}}d at [[Literature/LegacyOfTheForce one point]] - blue-eyed), Kol Skywalker (her great-grandson - green-eyed, again), Tenel Ka (Jacen's wife and current ruler of Hapes), and Allana (Jacen and Tenel's daughter - [[GrayEyes gray-eyed]]).

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* Several from the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', including four from the Skywalker family/bloodline alone: Mara Jade Skywalker (Luke's wife and the reason there's redheads in the bloodline at all - [[GreenEyes all--[[GreenEyes green-eyed]]), Ben Skywalker (her son and the kid in the former article image; this is {{lampshade|Hanging}}d at [[Literature/LegacyOfTheForce one point]] - blue-eyed), point]]--blue-eyed), Kol Skywalker (her great-grandson - green-eyed, great-grandson--green-eyed, again), Tenel Ka (Jacen's wife and current ruler of Hapes), and Allana (Jacen and Tenel's daughter - [[GrayEyes daughter--[[GrayEyes gray-eyed]]).



* ''Literature/The39Clues'': Amy Cahill - although hers is more "reddish-brown".

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* ''Literature/The39Clues'': Amy Cahill - although Cahill--although hers is more "reddish-brown".



** Turlough, at the beginning, had more than a touch of EvilRedhead before he decided to not kill the Doctor after all -- even if he had been tricked into agreeing to do it. (And with him it was actually enforced-John Nathan-Turner made the naturally blond Mark Strickson dye his hair so Turlough wouldn't be mistaken for the Doctor, played by the blond Peter Davison, in long shots).

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** Turlough, at the beginning, had more than a touch of EvilRedhead before he decided to not kill the Doctor after all -- even all--even if he had been tricked into agreeing to do it. (And with him it was actually enforced-John Nathan-Turner made the naturally blond Mark Strickson dye his hair so Turlough wouldn't be mistaken for the Doctor, played by the blond Peter Davison, in long shots).



* From the ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'' series - Farseer Macha in the original and Taldeer in ''Winter Assault'' (although hers is red rather than auburn). After that, long hair seemed to go out of fashion, so you can't tell for the helmets, but the trope makes a return in ''Dawn of War II'' where the Eldar farseers, again, have red hair. [[CrapsackWorld As much as]] [[EvilVersusEvil anyone]] [[CrapsackWorld in Warhammer 40k]] [[VillainProtagonist can be considered]] [[BlackAndGrayMorality a hero, anyway]].

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* From the ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'' series - Farseer series--Farseer Macha in the original and Taldeer in ''Winter Assault'' (although hers is red rather than auburn). After that, long hair seemed to go out of fashion, so you can't tell for the helmets, but the trope makes a return in ''Dawn of War II'' where the Eldar farseers, again, have red hair. [[CrapsackWorld As much as]] [[EvilVersusEvil anyone]] [[CrapsackWorld in Warhammer 40k]] [[VillainProtagonist can be considered]] [[BlackAndGrayMorality a hero, anyway]].
5th Apr '16 7:14:43 PM Panther50
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* Chloe in ''Film/TheLastWitchHunter'' a good witch who helps Kaulder the last witchhunter to save the world from the evil witches.
4th Apr '16 1:24:08 AM Tron80
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* In ''Fanfic/{{Wonderful}}'', red-haired Emma Barnes is a heroine and one of the allies of the main character. Her "cape" name is "Wonder Star".
2nd Apr '16 3:01:57 PM wootzits
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** Rinko, the heroine of the first season, has unnatural red hair.

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** Rinko, the heroine of the first season, ''Anime/{{Jewelpet 2009}}'', has unnatural red hair.
30th Mar '16 5:23:29 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* Zack from ''VideoGame/ZackAndWikiQuestForBarbarosTreasure'' is one of the DarkSkinnedBlonde variety.
25th Mar '16 9:08:00 PM KirbyHead
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* Both Big Pete and Little Pete in ''Series/TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete.''
25th Mar '16 5:49:32 PM Panther50
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* Penn Zero from ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero''. Being a hero is in his job description. Also counts for his mother, Vonnie Zero.
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