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19th Dec '15 4:55:40 PM 100pointonepercent
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* Trace from ''VideoGame/AxiomVerge'' tries to talk his way out of boss fights and tries to negotiate with the [[MissionControl Rusalki]] to avoid killing [[BigBad Athetos]]. Especially made apparent after defeating the Gir-Tab Variant and [[spoiler:the dying Athetos clone]].
1st Dec '15 10:11:20 AM Mikeline
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for [[Well-IntentionedExtremist the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage,]] he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for [[Well-IntentionedExtremist [[WellIntentionedExtremist the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage,]] he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]
1st Dec '15 10:09:57 AM Mikeline
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for [[WellIntencionedExtremist the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage,]] he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for [[WellIntencionedExtremist [[Well-IntentionedExtremist the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage,]] he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]
1st Dec '15 10:08:21 AM Mikeline
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage, he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for [[WellIntencionedExtremist the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage, rage,]] he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]]] --> Asgore: Truthfully... I do not want power. I do not want to hurt anyone. I just wanted everyone to have hope...
1st Dec '15 10:01:32 AM Mikeline
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*In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', Asgore is this. He is discribed as a "big fuzzy pushover" who hates violence, [[spoiler: and if it weren't for the promise he made to his subjects when in a fit of rage, he wouldn't have to fight you. When in battle, he can't even bring himself to look at you, instead looking at the ground. He feels a lot of regret for his actions, to the point that he destroys the Mercy button at the beggining of the fight not to stop you from running away, but because he thinks he doesn't deserve your mercy.]]
19th Nov '15 11:23:20 AM Ninetails2000
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* Cream the Rabbit of ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' is a prime candidate. She's a gentle, caring young girl who hates violence and will try to resolve any conflict without it. When forced to fight however, she and her pet Chao Cheese can seriously lay the smack-down on some robots. Somewhat averted in ''VideoGame/SonicChronicles'' where all of her special abilities [[WhiteMage revolve around healing and buffing the party.]] [[GameBreaker Though that doesn't keep her from being a horrifyingly powerful asset when paired up with a tank like Knuckles or Omega.]]
10th Nov '15 1:13:18 PM StFan
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* Most of the Autobots in the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' franchise don't want to be warriors. Makes sense since most of them were built for civilian purposes. Optimus Prime in particular always has humble origins: dock worker, data clerk, desk jockey police officer, etc. (except in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', where he's a washout cadet who mistakenly thinks WarIsGlorious which ends after his first taste of real war with the Decepticons) He hates war and only fights because the Decepticons have to be stopped no matter the cost. In ''ComicBook/TransformersRobotsInDisguise'' he takes advantage of an opportunity to leave Cybertron and explore the universe so he can abandon his identity as "Optimus Prime" forever and rediscover "Orion Pax".
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* Most of the Autobots in the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' franchise don't want to be warriors. Makes sense since most of them were built for civilian purposes. Optimus Prime in particular always has humble origins: dock worker, data clerk, desk jockey police officer, etc. (except in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', where he's a washout cadet who mistakenly thinks WarIsGlorious which ends after his first taste of real war with the Decepticons) He hates war and only fights because the Decepticons have to be stopped no matter the cost. In ''ComicBook/TransformersRobotsInDisguise'' ''ComicBook/TheTransformersRobotsInDisguise'' he takes advantage of an opportunity to leave Cybertron and explore the universe so he can abandon his identity as "Optimus Prime" forever and rediscover "Orion Pax".
16th Oct '15 9:57:19 AM Willbyr
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* ''SaintSeiya'' has Andromeda Shun, who after four seasons and at least three movies refuses to give up on the idea of non-violently settling problems, and talking to his enemies in the hopes of reasoning with them. He has the unfortunate tendency to combine this noble character with MartyrWithoutACause and almost ''giving away his life'' on a few occasions... but when push comes to shove and the enemy proves they are a monster, he ''will'' fight and kill them if need be. To his credit, he's caused at least one HeelFaceTurn among his opponents, and [[spoiler: held back and ''throttled'' a [[DemonicPossession body stealing god]] through sheer love of peace]]. * ''MahouSenseiNegima'': So how's the teaching job going, Negi? As the series progresses, he's getting less and less reluctant, getting [[SuperpoweredEvilSide dangerously close]] to the edge.
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* ''SaintSeiya'' ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' has Andromeda Shun, who after four seasons and at least three movies refuses to give up on the idea of non-violently settling problems, and talking to his enemies in the hopes of reasoning with them. He has the unfortunate tendency to combine this noble character with MartyrWithoutACause and almost ''giving away his life'' on a few occasions... but when push comes to shove and the enemy proves they are a monster, he ''will'' fight and kill them if need be. To his credit, he's caused at least one HeelFaceTurn among his opponents, and [[spoiler: held back and ''throttled'' a [[DemonicPossession body stealing god]] through sheer love of peace]]. * ''MahouSenseiNegima'': ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'': So how's the teaching job going, Negi? As the series progresses, he's getting less and less reluctant, getting [[SuperpoweredEvilSide dangerously close]] to the edge.

* Hiiragi in ''PsychoStaff'' is this. Also, [[IJustWantToBeNormal he just wants to be normal]] and hates fighting. * ''VisionOfEscaflowne'': Van Fanel is constantly told he needs to attack more aggressively -- [[BerserkButton at first...]]
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* Hiiragi in ''PsychoStaff'' ''Manga/PsychoStaff'' is this. Also, [[IJustWantToBeNormal he just wants to be normal]] and hates fighting. * ''VisionOfEscaflowne'': ''Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne'': Van Fanel is constantly told he needs to attack more aggressively -- [[BerserkButton at first...]]
13th Oct '15 3:19:47 AM WillBGood
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* Camaris in ''Literature/MemorySorrowAndThorn'', a classic KnightInShiningArmor and one of the [[{{Badass}} greatest heroes]] the land of Osten Ard has ever known, hates battle, fights only when compelled, and prays for the souls of his vanquished foes. It helps that he's such a [[ShroudedInMyth fearsome warrior]] that no sane enemy would take the field against him. This duality leads him to copious amounts of angst, including a full-scale HeroicBSOD; once he snaps out of it (twenty years later), he becomes a ShellShockedSenior, but no less of a {{Badass}}.
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* Camaris in ''Literature/MemorySorrowAndThorn'', a classic KnightInShiningArmor and one of the [[{{Badass}} greatest heroes]] the land of Osten Ard has ever known, hates battle, fights only when compelled, and prays for the souls of his vanquished foes. It helps that he's such a [[ShroudedInMyth fearsome warrior]] that no sane enemy would take the field against him. This duality leads him to copious amounts of angst, including a full-scale HeroicBSOD; once he snaps out of it (twenty years later), he becomes a ShellShockedSenior, ShellShockedVeteran, but no less of a {{Badass}}.
1st Oct '15 4:11:36 PM nombretomado
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* Piffany in ''{{Nodwick}}'' is perhaps [[TastesLikeDiabetes nauseatingly]] [[NiceGuy nice]], but can and will fight alongside her teammates when faced with the forces of naughtiness. * ''OurLittleAdventure'': Julie, the [[TheHero heroic]] protagonist hates fighting, especially humans and other humanoid races. She got deeply annoyed when her friends celebrated her popping her 'kill cherry' in [[http://danielscreations.com/ola/comics/ep0099.html this comic page]].
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* Piffany in ''{{Nodwick}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Nodwick}}'' is perhaps [[TastesLikeDiabetes nauseatingly]] [[NiceGuy nice]], but can and will fight alongside her teammates when faced with the forces of naughtiness. * ''OurLittleAdventure'': ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure'': Julie, the [[TheHero heroic]] protagonist hates fighting, especially humans and other humanoid races. She got deeply annoyed when her friends celebrated her popping her 'kill cherry' in [[http://danielscreations.com/ola/comics/ep0099.html this comic page]].
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