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9th Jan '17 8:47:42 AM johnnye
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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] with Val in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', the sister-in-law to Mance Rayder, the King-Beyond-The-Wall. Members of Stannis Baratheon's court regard her as a "wildling princess," despite the fact the the Free Folk have no concept of RoyalBlood, and Val's relation to Mance doesn't affect her own status at all. Attempts to convince the southern nobles that an ArrangedMarriage is incompatible with the wildlings AsskickingEqualsAuthority approach end in failure.

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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] with Val in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', the sister-in-law to Mance Rayder, the King-Beyond-The-Wall. Members of Stannis Baratheon's court regard her as a "wildling princess," despite the fact the the Free Folk have no concept of RoyalBlood, and Val's relation to Mance doesn't affect her own status at all. Attempts to convince the southern nobles that an ArrangedMarriage is incompatible with the wildlings AsskickingEqualsAuthority approach end in failure. The trope is also {{exploited}} -- if some nobles want to believe that her hand is a valuable prize, Stannis is perfectly happy to let them compete for it.
31st Dec '16 5:08:17 PM jamespolk
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* Various interpretations of ''Literature/MutinyOnTheBounty'' frequently has Fletcher Christian fall in love with her. TruthInTelevision, however, as he did take a native wife as did many of the other men.

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* Various interpretations of ''Literature/MutinyOnTheBounty'' ''[[Literature/TheBountyTrilogy Mutiny on the Bounty]]'' frequently has Fletcher Christian fall in love with her. TruthInTelevision, however, as he did take a native wife as did many of the other men.
16th Dec '16 6:12:56 AM Santoand
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* [[spoiler: Blake]] from RWBY, the daughter of the chieftain of [[spoiler:Menagerie]]. However, it's a much more civilized society than most uses of this trope. Instead of violent attacks, [[spoiler:Sun is subject to intimidation but is still allowed to say.]] But her father is still ''very'' vocal about how he feels about the friendship.

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* [[spoiler: Blake]] from RWBY, ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the daughter of the chieftain of [[spoiler:Menagerie]]. However, it's a much more civilized society than most uses of this trope. Instead of violent attacks, [[spoiler:Sun is subject to intimidation but is still allowed to say.]] But her father is still ''very'' vocal about how he feels about the friendship.
5th Dec '16 7:10:15 AM haxxr
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5th Dec '16 7:09:31 AM haxxr
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*[[spoiler: Blake]] from RWBY, the daughter of the chieftain of [[spoiler:Menagerie]]. However, it's a much more civilized society than most uses of this trope. Instead of violent attacks, [[spoiler:Sun is subject to intimidation but is still allowed to say.]] But her father is still ''very'' vocal about how he feels about the friendship.
** And Kali, her mother, ''likes'' him regardless of his awkward antics.
29th Nov '16 3:22:19 PM TheTardisThief
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* The title character of Disney's ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the daughter of the chief of her village, but the film subverts this trope somewhat by having no love interest for Moana.
18th Nov '16 7:40:05 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** While Katara is the daughter of a chief of the southern tribe, she's never referred to as "Princess" and doesn't seem to have all that much interest in finding a husband. Her main priorities are learning how to Waterbend and helping Aang save the world (though he ''does'' have a crush on her and they get together eventually). However, this is mostly likely because the southern tribe isn't deeply into tradition, as the Northern tribe's Princess Yue most definitely plays this trope for all it's worth. The Southern Water Tribe appears to be democratic, while the Northern Water Tribe seems to be a Monarchy.

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** While Katara is the daughter of a chief of the southern tribe, she's never referred to as "Princess" and doesn't seem to have all that much interest in finding a husband. Her main priorities are learning how to Waterbend and helping Aang save the world (though he ''does'' have a crush on her and they get together eventually). However, this is mostly likely because the southern tribe isn't deeply into tradition, as the Northern tribe's Princess Yue most definitely plays this trope for all it's worth. The Southern Water Tribe appears to be democratic, while the Northern Water Tribe seems to be a Monarchy. This may be due to simple attrition; the Southern tribe is down to a few dozen people in a fishing village at this point, plus the remaining warriors on campaign, while the Northern tribe is still a populous city.
18th Nov '16 7:36:06 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* Kida from ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' played completely straight. While she is quite spirited, she doesn't do terribly much until she is merged with the crystal that powers Atlantis. She of course gets together with the first white boy she sees, Milo.

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* Kida from ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' played completely straight. While she is quite spirited, she doesn't do terribly much until she is merged with the crystal that powers Atlantis. She of course gets together with the first white boy she sees, Milo. We're told she's a deadly warrior known for her dispassionate kills of trespassers, but none of that comes across on-screen.
7th Nov '16 3:36:37 PM 0nyx
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** While Katara is the daughter of the chief of the southern tribe, she's never referred to as "Princess" and doesn't seem to have all that much interest in finding a husband. Her main priorities are learning how to Waterbend and helping Aang save the world (though he ''does'' have a crush on her and they get together eventually). However, this is mostly likely because the southern tribe isn't deeply into tradition, as the Northern tribe's Princess Yue most definitely plays this trope for all it's worth. The Southern Water Tribe appears to be democratic, while the Northern Water Tribe seems to be a Monarchy.

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** While Katara is the daughter of the a chief of the southern tribe, she's never referred to as "Princess" and doesn't seem to have all that much interest in finding a husband. Her main priorities are learning how to Waterbend and helping Aang save the world (though he ''does'' have a crush on her and they get together eventually). However, this is mostly likely because the southern tribe isn't deeply into tradition, as the Northern tribe's Princess Yue most definitely plays this trope for all it's worth. The Southern Water Tribe appears to be democratic, while the Northern Water Tribe seems to be a Monarchy.
28th Oct '16 1:51:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] with Val in ASongOfIceAndFire, the sister-in-law to Mance Rayder, the King-Beyond-The-Wall. Members of Stannis Baratheon's court regard her as a "wildling princess," despite the fact the the Free Folk have no concept of RoyalBlood, and Val's relation to Mance doesn't affect her own status at all. Attempts to convince the southern nobles that an ArrangedMarriage is incompatible with the wildlings AsskickingEqualsAuthority approach end in failure.

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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] with Val in ASongOfIceAndFire, ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', the sister-in-law to Mance Rayder, the King-Beyond-The-Wall. Members of Stannis Baratheon's court regard her as a "wildling princess," despite the fact the the Free Folk have no concept of RoyalBlood, and Val's relation to Mance doesn't affect her own status at all. Attempts to convince the southern nobles that an ArrangedMarriage is incompatible with the wildlings AsskickingEqualsAuthority approach end in failure.
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