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5th May '17 8:07:46 AM RedRoverRedRover
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** Tywin Lannister is a proud, dignified, and humorless man characterized by his aura of perfection and ruthlessness in pursuit of his House's well-being.

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** Tywin Lannister is a proud, dignified, and humorless man characterized by his aura of perfection and ruthlessness in pursuit of his House's well-being. [[spoiler:It's utter bullshit as he sleeps with prostitutes and like his children can only rarely be seen without alcohol.]]
23rd Apr '17 12:25:26 AM Octavian
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* Viigand from ''Theatre/{{Chess}}''. No interest in sex, parties, or really anything outside of chess - a strong distinction is drawn between him and fallible, human [[TheHero Anatoly]]. However, Viigand is just a pawn of [[BigBad Molokov]], who is every bit as human as Anatoly.
9th Apr '17 6:55:57 PM nombretomado
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* Chiri from SayonaraZetsubouSensei is straight edge (her HotForTeacher tendencies not withstanding) with SuperOCD, and eventually turns into a complete psycho over the course of the series.

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* Chiri from SayonaraZetsubouSensei ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' is straight edge (her HotForTeacher tendencies not withstanding) with SuperOCD, and eventually turns into a complete psycho over the course of the series.
28th Mar '17 4:29:17 PM eroock
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This could be a conscious choice, to keep their mind clear and free from distraction and addiction; it could also just be their natural temperament (making them a good contrast to a HotBlooded hero or any passionate protagonist).

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This could be a conscious choice, to keep their mind clear and free from distraction and addiction; it could also just be their natural temperament (making them a [[PoliteVillainsRudeHeroes good contrast contrast]] to a HotBlooded hero or any passionate protagonist).
19th Mar '17 11:33:56 PM angie710
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* Mayo Sakaki from the 3rd OVA to ''Manga/FushigiYuugi''. She doesn't drink or use drugs, her grades are at least average, she's one of the best players on the Yotsubadai girls' basketball team, and she is presumably [[VirginPower a virgin]]. Yet she very nearly destroys ''an entire universe'' just to get her HappilyEverAfter with Tamahome.

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* Mayo Sakaki from the 3rd OVA to ''Manga/FushigiYuugi''. She doesn't drink or use drugs, her grades are at least average, she's one of the best players on the Yotsubadai girls' basketball team, and she is presumably [[VirginPower a virgin]]. (Although she ''does'' become [[TeenPregnancy pregnant out of wedlock at the age of 16]], it is a MysticalPregnancy, not the result of sex on Mayo's part.) Yet she very nearly destroys ''an entire universe'' just to get her HappilyEverAfter with Tamahome.
19th Mar '17 11:30:59 PM angie710
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* Mayo Sakaki from the 3rd OVA to ''Manga/FushigiYuugi''. She doesn't drink or use drugs, her grades are at least average, she's one of the best players on the Yotsubadai girls' basketball team, and she is presumably [[VirginPower a virgin]]. Yet she very nearly destroys ''an entire universe'' just to get her HappilyEverAfter with Tamahome.
4th Mar '17 2:15:20 PM gb00393
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** Roose Bolton refuses alcohol twice, saying that it "dulls the senses". Although he is not nearly as creepy in the show as in the books, it is still quite apparent that he's a cold-blooded monster, who advocates the flaying of prisoners, and who later goes on to [[spoiler: betray his king, stabbing him in the heart at a wedding]].

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** Roose Bolton refuses alcohol twice, saying that it "dulls the senses". Although he is not nearly as creepy in the show as in the books, it is still quite apparent that he's a cold-blooded monster, who advocates the flaying of prisoners, and who later goes on to [[spoiler: betray his king, stabbing him in the heart at a wedding]].wedding, with his not-drinking brought up in the very episode where he commits said betrayal - "The Rains of Castamere"]]. Jaime Lannister discusses the trope in "The Bear and the Maiden Fair", commenting of his not-drinking, "You know how suspicious that seems to most people, don't you?"


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** Tywin Lannister is a proud, dignified, and humorless man characterized by his aura of perfection and ruthlessness in pursuit of his House's well-being.
8th Jan '17 1:07:15 PM Rhodes7
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* ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' book 35 gives us the Controller William Roger Tennant a talk show host and philanthropist, who is described several times as irritatingly perfect. And deep down inside is a frustrated warrior sick of maintaining this easy-going friend-to-all charade.
3rd Oct '16 2:55:55 PM FarseerLolotea
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** {{Fanon}}, furthermore, tends to interpret him as a [[EvilVegetarian vegetarian]] (which is, admittedly, a [[JustifiedTrope logical extension]] of his Air Nomad ForeignCultureFetish), [[SingleTargetSexuality completely single-target]] for P'Li, and the only [[BombThrowingAnarchists Red]] [[RenegadeSplinterFaction Lotus]] operative who [[TheTeetotaler won't touch alcohol]].

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** {{Fanon}}, furthermore, tends to interpret him as a [[EvilVegetarian vegetarian]] (which is, admittedly, a [[JustifiedTrope logical extension]] of his Air Nomad ForeignCultureFetish), [[SingleTargetSexuality completely single-target]] for P'Li, and the only [[BombThrowingAnarchists Red]] [[RenegadeSplinterFaction Lotus]] operative who [[TheTeetotaler won't touch alcohol]].alcohol]] (although, considering his [[Creator/HenryRollins voice actor]], that last may instead be an [[ActorAllusion allusion]]).
11th Sep '16 9:26:52 AM Hanz
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* The soft-spoken Zaheer from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' reveres the culture of the Air Nomads; a people that try to separate themselves from earthly concerns. In fact, the full realization of his powers come from letting go of ''all'' his worldlu attachments [[spoiler: the last one of which was his girlfriend, when she is killed nearby.]]

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* The soft-spoken Zaheer from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' reveres the culture of the Air Nomads; a people that try to separate themselves from earthly concerns. In fact, the [[EnlightenmentSuperpowers full realization of his powers powers]] come from letting go of ''all'' his worldlu worldly attachments [[spoiler: the last one of which was his girlfriend, when she is killed nearby.]]
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