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31st Mar '18 3:23:01 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* The source of Argus Filch's crankiness in ''Fanfic/TheParselmouthOfGryffindor'' seems to be his resentment at the way everyone treats him for being a Squib.
21st Feb '18 6:39:48 PM CnHGirl
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* Haymitch Abernathy from Literature/TheHungerGames would qualify for this trope; [[spoiler: after all, the president had Haymitch's loved ones killed for defying him]]. It would only make sense that he would refuse to take in people.

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* Haymitch Abernathy from Literature/TheHungerGames would qualify for this trope; [[spoiler: after all, the president had Haymitch's loved ones killed for defying him]]. On top of that, he's the official coach to the tributes from his district. For years he's been responsible for training kids for a fight to the death that, statistically, they have no hope of surviving, and there's not really anything he can do about it. It would only make sense that he would refuse to take in people.
21st Feb '18 2:40:48 PM BunnyStar
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* Max from ''WebAnimation/CampCamp'' is a mouthy little, cynical JerkAss, who often gives others a hard time for little to no reason, but underneath it all, is a child lashing out, because his uncaring parents dumped him at a run down summer camp, [[ParentalNeglect just so they don't have to deal with him]]; as often as he tries to escape from Camp Campbell[[note]] at least early on[[/note]], he never talks about going home, or mentions his family at all. In "Parents' Day", he brags that his parents don't care about showing up to stupid camp events - however, as the episode goes on, it becomes increasingly clear that Max's parents aren't showing up because they really ''don't'' care about him [[spoiler: and didn't even bother to write what activity for him participate in.]].

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* Max from ''WebAnimation/CampCamp'' is a mouthy little, cynical JerkAss, who often gives others a hard time for little to no reason, but underneath it all, is just a child lashing out, because his uncaring parents dumped him at a run down summer camp, [[ParentalNeglect just so they don't have to deal with him]]; as often as he tries to escape from Camp Campbell[[note]] at least early on[[/note]], he never talks about going home, or mentions his family at all. In "Parents' Day", he brags that his parents don't care about showing up to stupid camp events - however, as the episode goes on, it becomes increasingly clear that Max's parents aren't showing up because they really ''don't'' care about him [[spoiler: and didn't even bother to write what activity for him participate in.]].
21st Feb '18 2:39:06 PM BunnyStar
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* Kiazuki from ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures'' acts like a Tsundere to hide her misery about her failure to protct her moon from the BigBad.

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* Kiazuki from ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures'' acts like a Tsundere {{Tsundere}} to hide her misery about her failure to protct her moon from the BigBad.
21st Feb '18 2:38:41 PM BunnyStar
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* Kiazuki from ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures acts like a Tsundere to hide her misery about her failure to protct her moon from the BigBad.

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* Kiazuki from ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures'' acts like a Tsundere to hide her misery about her failure to protct her moon from the BigBad.
21st Feb '18 2:37:43 PM BunnyStar
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* Kiazuki from ''WebAnimation/HanazukiFullOfTreasures acts like a Tsundere to hide her misery about her failure to protct her moon from the BigBad.
16th Feb '18 5:02:15 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Tormund Giantsbane calls Sandor "The Hound" Clegane on this trope.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Tormund Giantsbane calls ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sandor "The Hound" Clegane on Clegane's unpleasant personality is rooted from the traumatic incident in his youth that literally burned all the idealism out of him, as well as the lingering guilt for some of the things he has done in life. Tormund Giantsbane outright calls him this trope.
13th Feb '18 2:42:46 PM Kotomikun
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** Kyouko initially seems to be a mean, selfish girl who believes that {{Magical Girl}}s should use their powers for their own purposes, and never to help others. But as the series progresses, it's revealed ''why'' she acts this way: [[spoiler: Her family fell into destitution after her preacher father was excommunicated and when he found out that his followers increased and came back was due to Kyoko's Magical Girl powers from her wish compelled by Kyubey and not from people actually believing in him, he killed his family and himself and only she survived]], which resulted in her the inability to trust anyone. It is only when she learns about the {{Awful Truth}}s of being a Magical Girl and when she saves Sayaka from Homura that she starts to get over her sourness, [[spoiler:which culminates in her performing a MercyKill to witch!Sayaka and sacrificing herself so Sayaka wouldn't be alone.]]

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** Kyouko initially seems to be a mean, selfish girl who believes that {{Magical Girl}}s should use their powers for their own purposes, and never to help others. But as the series progresses, it's revealed ''why'' she acts this way: [[spoiler: Her family fell into destitution after her preacher father was excommunicated and when he found out that his followers increased and came back was due to Kyoko's Magical Girl powers from her wish compelled by Kyubey and not from people actually believing in him, he killed his family and himself and only she survived]], which resulted in her the inability to trust anyone. It is only when she learns about the {{Awful Truth}}s of being a Magical Girl and when she saves Sayaka from Homura that she starts to get over her sourness, [[spoiler:which culminates in her performing a MercyKill to witch!Sayaka and sacrificing herself so Sayaka wouldn't be alone.]]
13th Feb '18 2:15:43 PM Kotomikun
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This character is harsh and mean. They are, abrasive and cruel, but in truth they're just depressed and fearful, trying to intimidate people into [[IWorkAlone leaving them alone]]. Like a hedgehog, this character bristles with spikes in order [[TheyreCalledPersonalIssuesForAReason to protect themselves]]. Intimacy scares them, and perhaps [[NeverBeHurtAgain they've been hurt before]].

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This character is harsh and mean. They are, are abrasive and cruel, but in truth they're just depressed and fearful, trying to intimidate people into [[IWorkAlone leaving them alone]]. Like a hedgehog, this character bristles with spikes in order [[TheyreCalledPersonalIssuesForAReason to protect themselves]]. Intimacy scares them, and perhaps [[NeverBeHurtAgain they've been hurt before]].



* Kyoko Sakura in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica''. At first, she seems to be a mean, selfish girl who believes that {{Magical Girl}}s should use their powers for their own purposes. But as the series progresses, it's revealed ''why'' she acts this way: [[spoiler: Her family fell into destitution after her preacher father was excommunicated and when he found out that his followers increased and came back was due to Kyoko's Magical Girl powers from her wish compelled by Kyubey and not from people actually believing in him, he killed his family and himself and only she survived]], which resulted in her the inability to trust anyone. It is only when she learns about the {{Awful Truth}}s of being a Magical Girl and when she saves Sayaka from Homura that she starts to get over her sourness, [[spoiler:which culminates in her performing a MercyKill to witch!Sayaka and sacrificing herself so Sayaka wouldn't be alone.]]

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* Kyoko Sakura in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica''. At first, she ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'':
** Kyouko initially
seems to be a mean, selfish girl who believes that {{Magical Girl}}s should use their powers for their own purposes.purposes, and never to help others. But as the series progresses, it's revealed ''why'' she acts this way: [[spoiler: Her family fell into destitution after her preacher father was excommunicated and when he found out that his followers increased and came back was due to Kyoko's Magical Girl powers from her wish compelled by Kyubey and not from people actually believing in him, he killed his family and himself and only she survived]], which resulted in her the inability to trust anyone. It is only when she learns about the {{Awful Truth}}s of being a Magical Girl and when she saves Sayaka from Homura that she starts to get over her sourness, [[spoiler:which culminates in her performing a MercyKill to witch!Sayaka and sacrificing herself so Sayaka wouldn't be alone.]]
** Homura is also this, for different reasons. For a while she seems to be an arrogant loner who wants to prevent Kyubey from contracting any new magical girls, so she will have less competition. That is, until she suddenly breaks down in tears after narrowly averting one of Madoka's attempts to become a magical girl. Her backstory later explains that she really only cares about stopping Madoka, specifically, from making a contract because [[spoiler:she has experienced the horrific aftermath of that scenario [[GroundhogDayLoop many times]]. It often leads to the end of the world, and always leads to the end of Madoka; [[AlwaysSaveTheGirl the latter concerns Homura much more than the former]]. She very much [[IJustWantToHaveFriends wants to be friends with everyone]], but she drove them away after a few time-loops because they [[CassandraTruth didn't believe her warnings]] and because repeatedly getting close to them only to see them all die or become witches was too painful. She adopted her too-cool-for-you persona as a coping mechanism.
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12th Feb '18 11:59:56 AM TrendingToon1
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** [[spoiler: turns out Diamond Tiara, the usual bully, is this in reality as it's a side effect of being raised in impossible standards and is treated badly by her mother. This gets her the sympathy of her usual victims and this causes her to get a HeelFaceTurn to the side of good after she tells her mother off.]]

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** [[spoiler: turns Turns out Diamond Tiara, the usual bully, is this in reality as it's a side effect of being raised in impossible standards and is treated badly by her mother. This gets her the sympathy of her usual victims and this causes her to get a HeelFaceTurn to the side of good after she tells her mother off.]]
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