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13th Jun '16 2:14:11 PM Arcana4th
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* ''WebComic/CheckPlease'' has Jack Zimmermann, in the beginning, since he was kind of mean to Bittle even after everybody on the team receive him with open arms. His story his revealed early on in the comic, as a recovered addict with anxiety and a deep need for his father's approval(no matter the fact that his father is actually very caring and supporting). He gets better after that, specially after he and Bittle take classes together.
12th Jun '16 10:49:11 AM Cathy2708
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* Katherine Brooks, the [[DeanBitterman principal]] of Queen's Academy in ''[[Literature/AnneOfGreenGables Anne of Avonlea]]''. She hates teaching, but as a plain, single woman who is determined to be independent, she has no other options, locking her into a career that is slowly sucking the life from her. Anne's relentless goodwill towards her eventually breaks through the sour shell, and a visit to Green Gables goes a long way towards easing the sad inside.

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* Katherine Brooks, the [[DeanBitterman principal]] of Queen's Academy in ''[[Literature/AnneOfGreenGables Anne of Avonlea]]''.Windy Poplars]]''. She hates teaching, but as a plain, single woman who is determined to be independent, she has no other options, locking her into a career that is slowly sucking the life from her. Anne's relentless goodwill towards her eventually breaks through the sour shell, and a visit to Green Gables goes a long way towards easing the sad inside.
20th May '16 10:45:57 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'': When Asuka opens up to Shinji, he realizes that she is and has always been very hurt and broken, but she's been hiding it since she was a child. Later on, he and Misato talk about her issues.
-->"She's been keeping all that inside of her for a very long time, I'd imagine," she said in her most tender voice. "She never has been the outgoing sort. Not with her feelings. I guess she was so hurt that all she could do was build a wall around her heart."
5th May '16 8:28:45 AM ironballs16
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* ''Series''TheTwilightZone1959'' had Fitzgerald Fortune in the episode "A Piano in the House", where the titular player-piano could bring out the "true self" of someone whose "true" personality fit the music being played. He delights in using it to humiliate a heavyset, jovial woman named Marge at a dinner party, then wants to play something that would "call forth the devil" - except his wife swaps out the planned song for Brahms' "Lullaby". This song effects Fitzgerald himself, [[spoiler: revealing that, at his heart, he's actually a "[[https://youtu.be/ntfYJGf4cq8 small frightened boy, that only likes to hurt people]]", lashing out at anyone he feels envious of]].

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* ''Series''TheTwilightZone1959'' ''Series/TheTwilightZone1959'' had Fitzgerald Fortune in the episode "A Piano in the House", where the titular player-piano could bring out the "true self" of someone whose "true" personality fit the music being played. He delights in using it to humiliate a heavyset, jovial woman named Marge at a dinner party, then wants to play something that would "call forth the devil" - except his wife swaps out the planned song for Brahms' "Lullaby". This song effects Fitzgerald himself, [[spoiler: revealing that, at his heart, he's actually a "[[https://youtu.be/ntfYJGf4cq8 small frightened boy, that only likes to hurt people]]", lashing out at anyone he feels envious of]].
5th May '16 8:16:32 AM ironballs16
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* ''Series''TheTwilightZone1959'' had Fitzgerald Fortune in the episode "A Piano in the House", where the titular player-piano could bring out the "true self" of someone whose "true" personality fit the music being played. He delights in using it to humiliate a heavyset, jovial woman named Marge at a dinner party, then wants to play something that would "call forth the devil" - except his wife swaps out the planned song for Brahms' "Lullaby". This song effects Fitzgerald himself, [[spoiler: revealing that, at his heart, he's actually a "[[https://youtu.be/ntfYJGf4cq8 small frightened boy, that only likes to hurt people]]", lashing out at anyone he feels envious of]].
3rd May '16 9:34:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Lu, the main protagonist in ''Literature/{{Murderess}}'', was [[spoiler:[[MosesInTheBullrushes sent to Earth from Greywall’d in her infancy]]]] and grew up repeatedly switching schools and being betrayed by the friends she made, and having all of her questions about her heritage ignored. At the beginning of the book, while she might not be actively mean, she does give people {{Death Glare}}s to keep them at arm’s length and is often fairly [[LittleMissSnarker snarky]].

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* Lu, the main protagonist in ''Literature/{{Murderess}}'', was [[spoiler:[[MosesInTheBullrushes [[spoiler:[[MosesInTheBulrushes sent to Earth from Greywall’d in her infancy]]]] and grew up repeatedly switching schools and being betrayed by the friends she made, and having all of her questions about her heritage ignored. At the beginning of the book, while she might not be actively mean, she does give people {{Death Glare}}s to keep them at arm’s length and is often fairly [[LittleMissSnarker snarky]].
28th Apr '16 2:07:05 AM WillBGood
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* Darth Vader from StarWars this cyborg on the outside was a cruel, deceptive, power hungry monster who would kill his officers for simple crime of failing him. Was really on the inside a broken slave to his master and "friend" Sheev Palpatine longing for the protection of his son Luke even if it meant cutting his son's hand off and trying to push him to the Dark Side he believed this to be a better fate than death for his son, it only took his son's cries of pain to free himself from Palpatine's control

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* Darth Vader from StarWars this cyborg on ''Franchise/StarWars'': On the outside was outside, a cruel, deceptive, power hungry monster who would kill his officers for the simple crime of failing him. Was really on On the inside a inside? A broken slave to his master and "friend" Sheev Palpatine longing for the protection of Palpatine. In a twisted way, he tried to protect his son Luke even if it meant cutting his son's hand off and trying to push him to the Dark Side he believed this to be a better fate (rather than death for his son, it only took his son's have Palpatine kill him). Lukes's cries of pain to are what lets him free himself from Palpatine's control
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2nd Apr '16 7:48:25 PM N1KF
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* The main character of ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' fits this to a tee.

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%% * The main character of ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' fits this to a tee.
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27th Feb '16 12:14:29 PM eternallyfab
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* The main character of ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' fits this to a tee.
2nd Dec '15 2:29:04 PM WeebFire
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* Hinamori Amu, from ''Anime/ShugoChara''. Amu is known for being rough, blunt, and sometimes downright rude, with a fashion style that resembles punk. However in the very first episode, she's revealed to be soft, intimidated, and girly deep down, and throughout the show, constantly regrets her rough attitude and rude comments. This is the basis of the show's premise.

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* Hinamori Amu, from ''Anime/ShugoChara''. Amu is known for being rough, blunt, and sometimes downright rude, with a fashion style that resembles punk. However However, in the very first episode, she's revealed to be soft, intimidated, and girly deep down, and throughout the show, constantly regrets her rough attitude and rude comments. This is the basis of the show's premise.
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