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29th Apr '17 7:10:25 PM Jeduthun
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* In a likely TropeMaker, Creator/VincentVanGogh famously made several spectacularly vibrant paintings of [[https://www.vangoghmuseum.nl/en/collection/s0031V1962 sunflowers]]. Personality-wise, though, Van Gogh himself was [[TheWoobie not always so cheerful]].
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29th Apr '17 4:40:56 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[GenkiGirl Hikari Hinomoto]]''' in her ImageSong "''[[MeaningfulName Happy! Sparky!]]''", ''[[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial 2]]''

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-->-- '''[[GenkiGirl Hikari Hinomoto]]''' in her ImageSong "''[[MeaningfulName Happy! Sparky!]]''", ''[[TokimekiMemorial ''[[VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial 2]]''



* In ''TokimekiMemorial 2'', Hikari Hinomoto, the heroine of the game and [[ChildhoodFriendRomance childhood friend]] of the main protagonist, is the game's resident GenkiGirl, and her symbolic flower is the sunflower. She's regulary shown holding sunflowers in official arts. She also fits the adoration symbolism, as she can be quite the ClingyJealousGirl if the protagonist sets his eyes on other girls, most notably their CoolBigSis Kasumi, and is more prone to "bomb" him out of jealousy and yearning than other girls.

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* In ''TokimekiMemorial ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial 2'', Hikari Hinomoto, the heroine of the game and [[ChildhoodFriendRomance childhood friend]] of the main protagonist, is the game's resident GenkiGirl, and her symbolic flower is the sunflower. She's regulary shown holding sunflowers in official arts. She also fits the adoration symbolism, as she can be quite the ClingyJealousGirl if the protagonist sets his eyes on other girls, most notably their CoolBigSis Kasumi, and is more prone to "bomb" him out of jealousy and yearning than other girls.



** In the same series, the first ''TokimekiMemorial'' has Yumi Saotome getting the sunflower [[http://acenoctali.free.fr/f-fe4/images/tokimemo-flowers2.jpg as her symbolic flower]]. She too is the GenkiGirl of her game, and also has [[ClingyJealousGirl the highest bombing rate between all the girls]].

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** In the same series, the first ''TokimekiMemorial'' ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'' has Yumi Saotome getting the sunflower [[http://acenoctali.free.fr/f-fe4/images/tokimemo-flowers2.jpg as her symbolic flower]]. She too is the GenkiGirl of her game, and also has [[ClingyJealousGirl the highest bombing rate between all the girls]].
18th Apr '17 4:14:38 PM morenohijazo
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* Standing near a sunflower in ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' gives PlayerCharacters the "Happy" buff, which slightly increases their movement speed and lowers enemy spawn ratio. They are also apparently "happy" enough to serve as a barrier to TheCorruption.

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* Standing near a sunflower in ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' gives PlayerCharacters the "Happy" buff, which slightly increases their movement speed and lowers enemy spawn ratio. They are also apparently "happy" enough to serve as a barrier to TheCorruption.the Corruption.
25th Mar '17 11:17:36 PM Sonofstranger
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* Subverted with Juniper Woods in ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies''. She always wears at least one sunflower, but is [[{{Moe}} incredibly meek and often sickly]]. If she gets too nervous or excited, she starts coughing and uses her sunflower as an inhaler.
15th Mar '17 6:56:42 PM secretfan14
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* In ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'', a short story is dedicated to [[{{Dojikko}} Tessa]] spending some holidays at a peaceful farm in a remote location of Japan. She lives there some of the most wonderful moments in her life, and in the manga, one of the last shots of the story is [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming herself in the middle of a large sunflower field, smiling happily]].

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* In ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'', a short story is dedicated to [[{{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl Tessa]] spending some holidays at a peaceful farm in a remote location of Japan. She lives there some of the most wonderful moments in her life, and in the manga, one of the last shots of the story is [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming herself in the middle of a large sunflower field, smiling happily]].
6th Dec '16 3:06:34 PM mzytryck01
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* Averted in Myth/ClassicalMythology. Clytie was a maiden who fell in love with Helios, the sun god. He would have nothing to do with her, so she spent all her days sitting outside watching him cross the sky. Eventually she wasted away and became a sunflower, always turning to watch the sun. (Different versions of the myth name different heliotropic or sunfollowing flowers.)

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* Averted in Myth/ClassicalMythology. Clytie was a maiden who fell in love with Helios, the sun god. He would have nothing to do with her, so she spent all her days sitting outside watching him cross the sky. Eventually she wasted away and became a sunflower, always turning to watch the sun.sun, and shedding tears (ie dropping seeds) over his rejection. (Different versions of the myth name different heliotropic or sunfollowing flowers.)
25th Nov '16 4:10:26 PM Quanyails
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* As you'd might expect, this trope is present in VisualNovel/SharinNoKuni. Played with, though, as the titular "sunflower girl" is the antithesis of this trope [[spoiler: at first]].

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* As you'd might expect, this trope is present in VisualNovel/SharinNoKuni.''VisualNovel/SharinNoKuni''. Played with, though, as the titular "sunflower girl" is the antithesis of this trope [[spoiler: at first]].
19th Nov '16 8:34:12 PM JMQwilleran
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* ''Anime/{{Himawari}}!'', and its [[CharacterTitle similarly-named main character]], both mean "sunflower", and the symbolism of the flower is especially prominent, as Himawari herself is the happy-go-lucky go-getter sort of heroine who wants to save everybody.

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* ''Anime/{{Himawari}}!'', ''Anime/{{Himawari}}'', and its [[CharacterTitle similarly-named main character]], both mean "sunflower", and the symbolism of the flower is especially prominent, as Himawari herself is the happy-go-lucky go-getter sort of heroine who wants to save everybody.
16th Nov '16 4:26:28 PM Qamikace
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* Standing near a sunflower in ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' gives PlayerCharacters the "Happy" buff, which slightly increases their movement speed and lowers enemy spawn ratio. They are also apparently "happy" enough to serve as a barrier to TheCorruption.
9th Sep '16 5:12:16 PM Andrewjpet12
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* In the UsefulNotes/TarotCards, sunflowers appear in some versions of The Sun, representing happiness, optimism, and accomplishment.[[/folder]]
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