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5th Jun '16 3:42:17 PM nombretomado
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** Clara Oswald started as a mundane teacher who happened to share the appearance with two other girls in different time periods. Over the course of her run, she slowly became the Doctor's DistaffCounterpart and was ultimately revealed to be the one behind all his victories. In "Listen", she meets the Doctor as a kid and inspires him courage. In her final episode, [[spoiler:she's is implied to be the "hybrid" the Doctor was fleeing when he left Gallifrey and then she leaves him with her own TARDIS and companion]]. Unsurpisingly just like Rose and River, she's a BaseBreaker.

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** Clara Oswald started as a mundane teacher who happened to share the appearance with two other girls in different time periods. Over the course of her run, she slowly became the Doctor's DistaffCounterpart and was ultimately revealed to be the one behind all his victories. In "Listen", she meets the Doctor as a kid and inspires him courage. In her final episode, [[spoiler:she's is implied to be the "hybrid" the Doctor was fleeing when he left Gallifrey and then she leaves him with her own TARDIS and companion]]. Unsurpisingly Unsurprisingly just like Rose and River, she's a BaseBreaker.



* Chuck from ''PushingDaisies'' is definitely this. The main protagonist Ned is defined by his adoration for Chuck after he brings her back in the first episode. She also can do NO wrong, as evidenced by the many times she defies common sense and Ned's directions and yet is always immediately forgiven (for a perfect example see "The Legend of Merle [=McQuoddy=]"). And many times, through some convoluted series of events, her behavior that at the time was ignorant and risky actually ends up being ''beneficial'' in the end, just to prove how awesome she is. The rest of the cast are also completely defined by her existence and love her despite the trouble she causes them. Admittedly, it can be argued that it's because of the complications she brings to the group that she so seems to affect their lives - however closer scrutiny simply shows that Chuck can do no wrong and is the most completely lovable beautiful person that ever lived (twice).

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* Chuck from ''PushingDaisies'' ''Series/PushingDaisies'' is definitely this. The main protagonist Ned is defined by his adoration for Chuck after he brings her back in the first episode. She also can do NO wrong, as evidenced by the many times she defies common sense and Ned's directions and yet is always immediately forgiven (for a perfect example see "The Legend of Merle [=McQuoddy=]"). And many times, through some convoluted series of events, her behavior that at the time was ignorant and risky actually ends up being ''beneficial'' in the end, just to prove how awesome she is. The rest of the cast are also completely defined by her existence and love her despite the trouble she causes them. Admittedly, it can be argued that it's because of the complications she brings to the group that she so seems to affect their lives - however closer scrutiny simply shows that Chuck can do no wrong and is the most completely lovable beautiful person that ever lived (twice).
4th Jun '16 1:09:00 PM Morgenthaler
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* Robert Langdon from ''[[TheDaVinciCode Angels and Demons]]'' is described this way at the opening of one of the books. "He was not classically handsome" followed shortly by "tall", "dark hair", "piercing eyes", "voice was like chocolate for the ears" and "swims thirty laps of the pool every day". [[spoiler: And he gets the stunningly hot love interest at the end of it.]]

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* Robert Langdon from ''[[TheDaVinciCode Angels and Demons]]'' ''Literature/AngelsAndDemons'' is described this way at the opening of one of the books. "He was not classically handsome" followed shortly by "tall", "dark hair", "piercing eyes", "voice was like chocolate for the ears" and "swims thirty laps of the pool every day". [[spoiler: And he gets the stunningly hot love interest at the end of it.]]



* Ayla of the ''EarthsChildren'' series is the epitome of this trope. Ayla believes she is ugly [[JustifiedTrope because]] she [[RaisedByNatives grew up among Neanderthals]], whose beauty standards are different. However, she's described in ways that would look pretty to a modern reader, and once she meets other modern humans they find her not just normal-looking but a stunning beauty. Beside looks, most of her other "[[InformedFlaw flaws]]" are things only the Neanderthals disapprove of.

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* Ayla of the ''EarthsChildren'' ''Literature/EarthsChildren'' series is the epitome of this trope. Ayla believes she is ugly [[JustifiedTrope because]] she [[RaisedByNatives grew up among Neanderthals]], whose beauty standards are different. However, she's described in ways that would look pretty to a modern reader, and once she meets other modern humans they find her not just normal-looking but a stunning beauty. Beside looks, most of her other "[[InformedFlaw flaws]]" are things only the Neanderthals disapprove of.
8th May '16 6:05:57 AM captainpat
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** However, she does possess one, [[BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two,]] very...prominent features which are never out of favour.

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** However, she does possess one, [[BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two,]] two, very...prominent features which are never out of favour.
29th Apr '16 3:46:29 PM Silverblade2
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** Clara Oswald started as a mundane teacher who happened to share the appearance with two other girls in different time periods. Over the course of her run, she slowly became the Doctor's DistaffCounterpart and was ultimately revealed to be the one behind all his victories. In "Listen", she meets the Doctor as a kid and inspires him courage. In her final episode, [[spoiler:she's is implied to be the "hybrid" the Doctor was fleeing when he left Gallifrey and then she leaves him with her own TARDIS and companion]]. Unsurpisingly just like Rose and River, she's a BaseBreaker.
11th Mar '16 11:00:51 PM MsChibi
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Will often appear hand-in-hand with HollywoodHomely in visual media. Also consider AntiSue, a more deliberate attempt to avoid making a character into a MarySue.

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Will often appear hand-in-hand with HollywoodHomely in visual media. Also consider AntiSue, a more deliberate attempt to avoid making a character into a MarySue. See also CanonSue.
6th Mar '16 3:12:43 PM hamza678
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* Carlie Cooper of Spider-Man infamy. More than once she's been described as "perfect." And any complaints she has against any of the main cast are instantly regarded as totally justified, including getting on Spider-Man's case for not revealing his identity to her. The fact that she is named after Joe Quesada's daughter and came in right after the ComicBook/OneMoreDay debacle specifically to replace Peter Parker's love interest (and wife) for decades doesn't help her reputation with the fans. At all. After getting handed to another author [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap and breaking up with Peter some readers find her more bearable.]]
* Alunÿs from the French comic book ''Les légendes de Troy - L'expédition d'Alunÿs'' is this full stop. She starts out as one of the very first female students in a magic school, in which she often gets lots of insults from her collegues for the obvious reasons. Then all of a sudden she wants to take part in an expedition that is for more respected students (which she naturally can not take part of) only to manipulate and force the members to take her as part of the membership. As the story progresses the crew is taken hostage by a pirate ship and she gets to talk with every member of the ship crew that took them hostage, after which every pirate regrets that they took them hostage (even though it only lasted like one conversation per pirate) and sets the expedition crew freely on a new and improved ship. She also ends up being the force needed to not screw up the expedition before reaching the goal (which by the end gets screwed up by the incopetence of the other people of the ship) and at the end of the story it is revealed that she became a pirate, despite never showing competence in pirating. Considering that the comic book has {{Fanservice}} shots about her she is probably written as she is due to AuthorAppeal.

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* Carlie Cooper of Spider-Man ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' infamy. More than once she's been described as "perfect." And any complaints she has against any of the main cast are instantly regarded as totally justified, including getting on Spider-Man's case for not revealing his identity to her. The fact that she is named after Joe Quesada's daughter and came in right after the ComicBook/OneMoreDay debacle specifically to replace Peter Parker's love interest (and wife) for decades doesn't help her reputation with the fans. At all. After getting handed to another author [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap and breaking up with Peter some readers find her more bearable.]]
* Alunÿs from the French comic book ''Les légendes de Troy - L'expédition d'Alunÿs'' is this full stop. She starts out as one of the very first female students in a magic school, in which she often gets lots of insults from her collegues for the obvious reasons. Then all of a sudden she wants to take part in an expedition that is for more respected students (which she naturally can not take part of) only to manipulate and force the members to take her as part of the membership. As the story progresses the crew is taken hostage by a pirate ship and she gets to talk with every member of the ship crew that took them hostage, after which every pirate regrets that they took them hostage (even though it only lasted like one conversation per pirate) and sets the expedition crew freely on a new and improved ship. She also ends up being the force needed to not screw up the expedition before reaching the goal (which by the end gets screwed up by the incopetence incompetence of the other people of the ship) and at the end of the story it is revealed that she became a pirate, despite never showing competence in pirating. Considering that the comic book has {{Fanservice}} shots about her she is probably written as she is due to AuthorAppeal.
29th Feb '16 2:04:04 AM batty3108
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** However, she does possess one, [[BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two]] rather...prominent features which are never out of favour.

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** However, she does possess one, [[BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two]] rather...two,]] very...prominent features which are never out of favour.
29th Feb '16 2:03:23 AM batty3108
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** However, she does possess one, [BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two]] rather...prominent features which are never out of favour.

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** However, she does possess one, [BuxomIsBetter [[BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two]] rather...prominent features which are never out of favour.
29th Feb '16 2:02:49 AM batty3108
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* Deliberately toyed with in the ''Discworld'' novel, 'The Truth', in the form of Sacharissa Cripslock. She is described as being eclectically pretty; the individual features of her face are absolutely perfect... albeit, from the point of view of different time periods and their associated fashions. 100 years ago, her eyes would have launched a dozen ships; 200 years ago her nose would have made a famous artist bite his paintbrush in half; 300 years ago her chin would have had sculptures weeping in joy. Add it all together, though, and she is just 'reasonably pretty' by modern Ankh-Morpork standards.

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* Deliberately toyed with in the ''Discworld'' novel, 'The Truth', in the form of Sacharissa Cripslock. She is described as being eclectically pretty; the individual features of her face are absolutely perfect... albeit, from the point of view of different time periods and their associated fashions. 100 years ago, her eyes would have launched a dozen ships; 200 years ago her nose would have made a famous artist bite his paintbrush in half; 300 years ago her chin would have had sculptures sculptors weeping in joy. Add it all together, though, and she is just 'reasonably pretty' by modern Ankh-Morpork standards.standards.
** However, she does possess one, [BuxomIsBetter or, rather, two]] rather...prominent features which are never out of favour.
7th Feb '16 12:38:09 PM Quanyails
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* Kirito from Sword Art Online is a perfect example of this. While not being particularly special in real life, he is one of the 1,000 beta testers of Sword Art Online, and he is able to face any challenge with ease, Brutal and powerful in combat to the point [[CommonMarySueTraits where he disguises his power in fear of being persecuted, he is also seen as attractive by both males and females in the series,]] while lamenting upon his status as a [[IneffectualLoner "Beater"]]. He possesses amazing power in every game he gets dragged into, and he is calm and collected in every situation, even when he finds out that [[spoiler: Sword Art Online is lethal, and kills the players IRL if they die in-game]]. His closest female companion and love interest, [[spoiler: Asuna]] is powerful, but she does not [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter actually contribute to the plot]] other than to be an amazing cook, failing her as an [[FauxActiongirl Action girl]].

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* Kirito from Sword Art Online ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'' is a perfect example of this. While not being particularly special in real life, he is one of the 1,000 beta testers of Sword Art Online, and he is able to face any challenge with ease, Brutal and powerful in combat to the point [[CommonMarySueTraits where he disguises his power in fear of being persecuted, he is also seen as attractive by both males and females in the series,]] while lamenting upon his status as a [[IneffectualLoner "Beater"]]. He possesses amazing power in every game he gets dragged into, and he is calm and collected in every situation, even when he finds out that [[spoiler: Sword ''Sword Art Online Online'' is lethal, and kills the players IRL if they die in-game]]. His closest female companion and love interest, [[spoiler: Asuna]] is powerful, but she does not [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter actually contribute to the plot]] other than to be an amazing cook, failing her as an [[FauxActiongirl Action girl]].
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