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19th Nov '17 7:40:39 AM Synchronicity
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* The issue-ridden Sohmas from ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' who need someone to make their lives better.

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* The issue-ridden Sohmas Sohma family from ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' are a very large, dysfunctional, and (literally) cursed family who need someone to make their lives better.
7th Nov '17 10:17:54 AM zealots
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* In ''VideoGame/EccoTheDolphin: Defender of the Future'', The Clan are a subspecies of evolved, hyper-aggressive dolphins sporting RedEyesTakeWarning and SpikesOfVillainy. They are the result of dolphins with Ambition and Intelligence, but no Compassion, Wisdom or Humility.
20th Oct '17 2:52:20 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Many ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to shinobi clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), others pass down secret clan techniques or specialize in specific skills, and the rest seem to be just extended families who happen to all be ninjas. With the exception of the Uchiha (whose Hat is copying people [[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]) and the Senju (whose Hat is [[MasterOfAll being good at multiple techniques]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their skill at close-ranged combat and their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.

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* Many ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to shinobi clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), others pass down secret clan techniques or specialize in specific skills, and the rest just seem to be just extended families who whose members all happen to all be ninjas. With the exception of the Uchiha (whose Hat is copying people [[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]) and the Senju (whose Hat is [[MasterOfAll being good at multiple techniques]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their skill at close-ranged combat and their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.
20th Oct '17 2:50:47 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to shinobi clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), others pass down secret clan techniques or specialize in specific skills, and the rest seem to be just extended families who happen to all be ninjas. With the exception of the Uchiha (whose Hat is copying people [[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]) and the Senju (whose Hat is [[MasterOfAll being good at multiple techniques]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their skill at close-ranged combat and their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.

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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to shinobi clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), others pass down secret clan techniques or specialize in specific skills, and the rest seem to be just extended families who happen to all be ninjas. With the exception of the Uchiha (whose Hat is copying people [[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]) and the Senju (whose Hat is [[MasterOfAll being good at multiple techniques]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their skill at close-ranged combat and their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.vision.
** While shinobi clans did constantly war against each other for most of recorded history, the successful unification of multiple clans into various "Hidden Villages" approximately a century before the start of the series means that most ninjas nowadays are primarily loyal to their village instead of their clan, though clan conflict still breaks out from time to time.
20th Oct '17 2:32:33 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), while others pass down secret clan techniques, and others are just traditions (symbiotic relationships with animals and spirits). With the exception of Uchiha, whose Hat is copying people ([[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.

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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to shinobi clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), while others pass down secret clan techniques, techniques or specialize in specific skills, and others are the rest seem to be just traditions (symbiotic relationships with animals and spirits). extended families who happen to all be ninjas. With the exception of Uchiha, whose the Uchiha (whose Hat is copying people ([[ComboPlatterPowers [[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]), fire]]) and the Senju (whose Hat is [[MasterOfAll being good at multiple techniques]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their skill at close-ranged combat and their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.
19th Oct '17 12:35:01 PM BeerBaron
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'': The traditional Dunmer Great Houses are a combination of blood relatives and adopted members. Each House has its own specialty: House Telvanni is led by [[EvilSorcerer ancient wizards]], House Hlaalu is for [[ProudMerchantRace merchants]] and [[CorruptCorporateExecutive thieves]], and House Redoran is the [[ProudWarriorRace warrior house]]. Two other Houses are mentioned but not (properly) seen, due to not having a Vvardenfell presence: House Indoril (tightly bound up with [[CorruptChurch the Temple]], so effectively a house for rulers, administrators, and priests) and House Dres (traditionalist slavers). The BigBad of the game is the titular head of "the sixth house," House Dagoth, which had been forcibly dissolved after his ([[TheRashomon perceived]]) treachery thousands of years ago.

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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'': The In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, most notably seen in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' (and to a lesser extent, ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'''s ''Dragonborn'' DLC) - the traditional [[OurElvesAreBetter Dunmer (Dark Elf)]] Great Houses are a combination of blood relatives and adopted members. members which have grown out of the original Chimeri tribes who settled Morrowind thousands of years ago. Each House has its own specialty: House Telvanni is led by [[EvilSorcerer [[TheMagocracy ancient wizards]], House Hlaalu is for [[ProudMerchantRace merchants]] and [[CorruptCorporateExecutive thieves]], and House Redoran is the [[ProudWarriorRace warrior house]]. Two other Houses are mentioned but not (properly) seen, due to not having a Vvardenfell presence: House Indoril (tightly bound up with [[CorruptChurch the Temple]], so effectively a house for rulers, administrators, and priests) and House Dres (traditionalist slavers). The BigBad of the game ''Morrowind'' is the titular head of "the sixth house," House Dagoth, which had been forcibly dissolved after his ([[TheRashomon perceived]]) treachery thousands of years ago.
13th Oct '17 11:21:03 PM SomberCaelifera
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The transition from nuclear family to clan is gradual, but you know it when you have a clan at hand. These families often consist of [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many family branches and generations]], are called collectively "The Foobars", or pompously, "House (of) Foobar". They might have their own family mythos, and the members often [[InTheBlood resemble each other in looks and personality]]. Two such clans can engage in [[FeudingFamilies lengthy wars]].

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The transition from nuclear family to clan is gradual, but you know it when you have a clan at hand. These families often consist of [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters many family branches and generations]], are called collectively "The Foobars", or or, more pompously, "House (of) Foobar". They might have their own family mythos, and the members often [[InTheBlood resemble each other in looks and personality]]. Two such clans can engage in [[FeudingFamilies lengthy wars]].
3rd Sep '17 1:19:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''AmeliaPeabody'': Egyptologist Amelia Peabody and her husband Radcliffe Emerson are the founders of a clan, including their son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, Emerson's brother and his wife (Amelia's best friend), and, through the marriage of a niece with the grandson of their Egyptian foreman, a large chunk of an Egyptian village. Oh, and there's the bastard half-brother and his liaisons.

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* ''AmeliaPeabody'': ''Literature/AmeliaPeabody'': Egyptologist Amelia Peabody and her husband Radcliffe Emerson are the founders of a clan, including their son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, Emerson's brother and his wife (Amelia's best friend), and, through the marriage of a niece with the grandson of their Egyptian foreman, a large chunk of an Egyptian village. Oh, and there's the bastard half-brother and his liaisons.
3rd Jul '17 11:44:20 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), while others pass down secret clan techniques, and others are just traditions (symbiotic relationships with animals and spirits). With the exception of Uchiha, whose Hat is copying people ([[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. For example, the page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.

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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), while others pass down secret clan techniques, and others are just traditions (symbiotic relationships with animals and spirits). With the exception of Uchiha, whose Hat is copying people ([[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. For example, the The page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.
3rd Jul '17 11:43:32 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called Kekkei Genkai meaning bloodline limit), while others pass down secret clan techniques, and others are just traditions (symbiotic relationships with animals and spirits). Only a few recurring characters ''don't'' belong to a specialized clan, thus they are usually BadassNormal. With the exception of Uchiha, whose Hat is copying people ([[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques.

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* Many ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' characters belong to clans, the more notable ones having their own symbol. Some clans have special abilities exclusive to them [[InTheBlood genetically]] (called Kekkei Genkai meaning bloodline limit), "Kekkei Genkai" or "Bloodline Limit"), while others pass down secret clan techniques, and others are just traditions (symbiotic relationships with animals and spirits). Only a few recurring characters ''don't'' belong to a specialized clan, thus they are usually BadassNormal.spirits). With the exception of Uchiha, whose Hat is copying people ([[ComboPlatterPowers and breathing fire]]), we hardly ever see any member of these clans using anything but their clan techniques. For example, the page image is of the Hyuga clan, who are famed for their Byakugan eyes which have three-hundred-fifty-nine-degree telescopic x-ray vision.
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