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18th Mar '17 7:33:05 PM nombretomado
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* There's a ''color'' dedicated to this trope in Franchise/NeoPets, and it's gray. The Gray Faerie usually is portrayed with a cloud over her head, and never, ever says anything cheerful. Fandom has determined that both the faerie, pets and items are just all emo, as there's no reason to do so in such utopic setting.

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* There's a ''color'' dedicated to this trope in Franchise/NeoPets, Website/{{Neopets}}, and it's gray. The Gray Faerie usually is portrayed with a cloud over her head, and never, ever says anything cheerful. Fandom has determined that both the faerie, pets and items are just all emo, as there's no reason to do so in such utopic setting.
13th Mar '17 10:40:08 AM arkholt
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* ''Webcomic/TheBirdFeeder'' has Lewis, who is a crow, and who is definitely quite the downer. At the very least, he always ''looks'' sad. When any of the other characters become sad or morose, they are assumed to have been hanging around Lewis too much.
28th Feb '17 8:00:59 PM ironballs16
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* "Sad Larry" of CyanideAndHappiness is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

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* "Sad Larry" of CyanideAndHappiness ''WebAnimation/CyanideAndHappiness'' is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
28th Feb '17 8:00:31 PM ironballs16
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* "Sad Larry" of CyanideAndHappiness is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
28th Dec '16 8:37:15 AM bobwolf
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* ''{{Trolls}}'': The Bergens are an entire race of Eeyores. They're perpetually depressed and grouchy, with a Bergen being shown hardheartedly burying himself alive. Eating Trolls is the only way a Bergen can feel happiness, and they only do that once a year. [[spoiler: Eventually the Trolls convince the Bergens that they can feel happiness on their own, thanks to a little bit of the PowerOfLove for the king.]]
4th Nov '16 2:36:24 PM HiddenWindshield
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This character exists solely to bring everybody down, but not in the DeadpanSnarker sense; they are defined entirely by their complete inability to be happy for more than a few seconds at a time, an emotional state that usually arises from their only --[[{{Wangst}} occasionally]] --[[DarkAndTroubledPast justified]] suspicion that they are the ButtMonkey of the [[CosmicPlaything entire universe]]. They are the walking AnthropomorphicPersonification of clinical depression. However, the few moments that they ''are'' [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness happy]] can be a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}.

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This character exists solely to bring everybody down, but not in the DeadpanSnarker sense; they are defined entirely by their complete inability to be happy for more than a few seconds at a time, an emotional state that usually arises from their only --[[{{Wangst}} occasionally]] --[[DarkAndTroubledPast ''[[{{Wangst}} occasionally]]'' [[DarkAndTroubledPast justified]] suspicion that they are the ButtMonkey of the [[CosmicPlaything entire universe]]. They are the walking AnthropomorphicPersonification of clinical depression. However, the few moments that they ''are'' [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness happy]] can be a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}.
4th Oct '16 4:53:14 PM DimensionalShambler
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%% * Hope from the internet comedy podcast ''Hope Is Emo'' is an example.

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%% * Hope from the internet comedy podcast ''Hope Is Emo'' is, well... emo.
* Website/{{Reddit}} has its cheerful little subreddit r/2meirl4meirl, which
is an example.mostly reposting suicidal, extremely self-loathing, and nihilistic reposts from Tumblr and elsewhere, mixed in with pleas to kill them. It's like Shinji Ikari, Marvin the Paranoid Android, and Eeyore ruining all your favorite tumblr posts.
20th Jul '16 5:16:43 PM nombretomado
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** Andrew Marshall co-wrote ''TheBurkissWay'', the big radio rival to [=h2g2=]. His persona as "Marvin" was part of a running rivalry between the two hit shows, although people who met him in pubs could confirm he really ''was'' a gloomy pessimist hovering on the brink of depression. He responded by writing an impenetrably boring genius called ''Different Adams'' into his radio show. He went on to write ''2point4Children'' and the TV series, later movie, about WW3, ''WhoopsApocalypse''

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** Andrew Marshall co-wrote ''TheBurkissWay'', ''Radio/TheBurkissWay'', the big radio rival to [=h2g2=]. His persona as "Marvin" was part of a running rivalry between the two hit shows, although people who met him in pubs could confirm he really ''was'' a gloomy pessimist hovering on the brink of depression. He responded by writing an impenetrably boring genius called ''Different Adams'' into his radio show. He went on to write ''2point4Children'' and the TV series, later movie, about WW3, ''WhoopsApocalypse''
25th Jun '16 3:30:01 AM VVK
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* In VideoGame/{{MARDEK}}, Miserable Old Martin, one of Legion's four souls, constantly grumbles about everything.
%% * The titular character from VideoGame/{{Omori}} is a big one.
* Xan from ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' is a clinically depressed elven mage, and ironically, an EnsembleDarkhorse for his almost comically pessimistic outlook on life. Every time you click him, he's likely to say something like "Oh, what is the point?" The first game's characters tend to be simple archetypes, so you could say Xan just ''is'' this trope.
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25th Jun '16 3:24:35 AM VVK
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* Xan from ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' is a clinically depressed elven mage, and ironically, an EnsembleDarkhorse for his almost comically pessimistic outlook on life. Every time you click him, he's likely to say something like "Oh, what is the point?"

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* Xan from ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' is a clinically depressed elven mage, and ironically, an EnsembleDarkhorse for his almost comically pessimistic outlook on life. Every time you click him, he's likely to say something like "Oh, what is the point?"point?" The first game's characters tend to be simple archetypes, so you could say Xan just ''is'' this trope.
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