History Main / RoyalWe

18th Jun '17 4:33:43 PM nombretomado
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*** [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Victoria Her article]] at ThatOtherWiki has a photo of her smiling, with the caption, "Victoria amused."

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*** [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Victoria Her article]] at ThatOtherWiki Wiki/ThatOtherWiki has a photo of her smiling, with the caption, "Victoria amused."
10th Jun '17 3:41:03 PM nombretomado
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* Vanellope of ''WesternAnimation/WreckItRalph'' uses this term jokingly while mock-knighting Ralph. [[spoiler:Serves as foreshadowing for TheReveal that she's a princess]].

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* Vanellope of ''WesternAnimation/WreckItRalph'' ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' uses this term jokingly while mock-knighting Ralph. [[spoiler:Serves as foreshadowing for TheReveal that she's a princess]].
10th Jun '17 7:49:53 AM Sylderon
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* In the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewel_Voice_Broadcast Jewel Voice Broadcast]], a pre-recorded speech broadcast on NHK radio on August 15 1945, Emperor Hirohito announced that Japan would accept the Potsdam Declaration and cease hostilities. It was most likely the first time the voice of the ''Mikado'' had been heard by his common subjects and was replete with courtly language, classical Japanese, and this trope.
4th Jun '17 12:11:31 PM nombretomado
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The "Editorial We" is similar, meaning "I, speaking for this newspaper." You'll sometimes see something a lot like this used on TVTropes, meaning "I, speaking for ThisVeryWiki."[[labelnote:*]]This is NOT, under ANY circumstances, to be used to refer to the editor's personal opinions, ONLY for statements regarding administrative policy and the like.[[/labelnote]] There's also the "Judicial We," which, particularly used in an opinion by a judge sitting alone, means "I, speaking for this court," and the "Lawyer's We," meaning, "I, speaking for my client(s)." A contrasting term is the "Patronizing We" or Nurse's We ("How are we feeling today?"), which means "you".

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The "Editorial We" is similar, meaning "I, speaking for this newspaper." You'll sometimes see something a lot like this used on TVTropes, Wiki/TVTropes, meaning "I, speaking for ThisVeryWiki."[[labelnote:*]]This is NOT, under ANY circumstances, to be used to refer to the editor's personal opinions, ONLY for statements regarding administrative policy and the like.[[/labelnote]] There's also the "Judicial We," which, particularly used in an opinion by a judge sitting alone, means "I, speaking for this court," and the "Lawyer's We," meaning, "I, speaking for my client(s)." A contrasting term is the "Patronizing We" or Nurse's We ("How are we feeling today?"), which means "you".
3rd Jun '17 1:27:48 PM nombretomado
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[[caption-width-right:210:{{Wii}} ''[[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfWindsor are]]'' [[UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria amused]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:210:{{Wii}} [[caption-width-right:210:UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} ''[[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfWindsor are]]'' [[UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria amused]].]]
27th May '17 2:20:30 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''Webcomic/CodeNameHunter'' Queen Moraine only uses the royal "we" when things are [[http://www.codenamehunter.com/archive/comic/2012/01/16 getting serious.]]
28th Apr '17 10:01:38 AM SullenFrog
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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Sunrider}}'', PACT dictator Veniczar Arcadius refers to himself exclusively in plurals, using “we” instead of “I” and “ours” instead of “mine”. [[spoiler:This is one of several traits foreshadowing the reveal that [[SamusIsAGirl she]] is [[IAmLegion a collective]] of hive-minded clones rather than an individual]].
17th Mar '17 9:08:36 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
** In the series' {{Backstory}} and some [[InGameNovel In-Game Novels]], Tiber Septim, founder of the 3rd Tamriellic Empire and Septim Dynasty, who [[DeityOfHumanOrigin ascended to godhood as the 9th Divine, Talos]], upon his death, was known to speak in this fashion, albeit inconsistently. He tended to do it when giving a command that he personally disliked but was for the betterment of the empire, such as [[GoodGirlsAvoidAbortion ordering Barenziah's child by him to be magically aborted]].
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'''s ''Tribunal'' expansion, King [[MagnificentBastard Hlaalu Helseth]] speaks like this.
6th Feb '17 7:23:21 AM benda
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* The scholars and scientists are sometimes prone to do this in their articles, especially in post-Soviet countries (the underlying logic is that the paper, even if written by just one person, was approved by some editors and/or reviewers).

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* The scholars and scientists are sometimes prone to do this in their articles, articles and books, especially in post-Soviet countries (the underlying logic is that the paper, even if written by just one person, was approved by some editors and/or reviewers).
6th Feb '17 7:23:02 AM benda
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* The scholars and scientists are sometimes prone to do this, especially in post-Soviet countries (the underlying logic is that the paper, even if written by just one person, was approved by some editors and/or reviewers).

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* The scholars and scientists are sometimes prone to do this, this in their articles, especially in post-Soviet countries (the underlying logic is that the paper, even if written by just one person, was approved by some editors and/or reviewers).
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