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16th Dec '17 3:02:44 PM kjnoren
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* A large part of ''Literature/PrincessHolyAura'' is about five very different girls from different backgrounds becoming friends and becoming better people due to that.
22nd Nov '17 8:04:39 PM 313Bluestreak
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* In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'', the power of friendship restored the Chaos Emeralds' power after they've been drained by Perfect Chaos, giving Sonic the means to go [[SuperMode Super]] in order to stop the rampaging beast from destroying the world.

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* The ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' series seems keen on the theme of friendship.
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In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'', the power of friendship restored the Chaos Emeralds' power after they've been drained by Perfect Chaos, giving Sonic the means to go [[SuperMode Super]] in order to stop the rampaging beast from destroying the world.


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** Displayed in ''VideoGame/SonicForces''. When Eggman is shocked that Sonic and the [[CharacterCustomization Avatar character]] got out of Null Space, Sonic explains that he had help from said Avatar. In the second instance, Infinite scorns the idea of friendship, but Sonic [[ShutUpHannibal shuts him up]] by telling him the help of his friends has brought him this far to stop him and that his power influenced by the Phantom Ruby is the real illusion.
5th Nov '17 9:48:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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24th Oct '17 10:35:11 AM 44ever
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16th Oct '17 5:48:48 PM nombretomado
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* {{Wrestling/Kane}} and {{Daniel Bryan}} (Hell No) are doing this right now albeit partially zigzagged (I AM THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS, etc.)

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* {{Wrestling/Kane}} and {{Daniel Bryan}} Wrestling/DanielBryan (Hell No) are doing this right now do this, albeit partially zigzagged (I AM THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS, etc.)
15th Oct '17 10:06:14 AM Generality
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods'' both discuss ''and'' deconstruct this trope. [[spoiler:Goku is able to reach Super Saiyan God level by gaining the power of five other Saiyans and he's ''really'' thankful for that. However, Goku is a guy who trains constantly and the fact that he didn't gain this form on his own upsets him because he didn't do it on his own.]]

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* Generally this is averted in ''Franchise/DragonBall'', making it an UnbuiltTrope for {{shonen}} series later to come. Although supporting characters can delay or subdue the villain, ultimately Goku is TheOnlyOne who can defeat them for good.
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''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods'' both discuss discusses ''and'' deconstruct deconstructs this trope. [[spoiler:Goku is able to reach Super Saiyan God level by gaining the power of five other Saiyans and he's ''really'' thankful for that. However, Goku is a guy who trains constantly and the fact that he didn't gain this form on his own upsets him because he didn't do it on his own.]]]]
** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', the Tournament of Power enforces this trope: Goku is part of a team of ten fighters ([[DefeatMeansFriendship all of whom are former rivals of his]]), and the tournament rules mean that good teamwork is critical to success. It takes Goku a while to really understand this, and even then his tendency to go it alone puts his team at a disadvantage at several points in the competition.
7th Oct '17 4:39:15 PM nombretomado
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* The basic premise of ''BlackHoleHigh'' seems to be that, at least within the AppliedPhlebotinum field of the school, character flaws trump physics. In the second episode, it ''makes perfect logical sense'' that realizing that your friends care for you can cure invisibility.

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* The basic premise of ''BlackHoleHigh'' ''Series/BlackHoleHigh'' seems to be that, at least within the AppliedPhlebotinum field of the school, character flaws trump physics. In the second episode, it ''makes perfect logical sense'' that realizing that your friends care for you can cure invisibility.
7th Oct '17 12:24:37 AM SamuraiGal
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* During the 2016 presidential election, in response to the alleged fearmongering by Donald Trump's presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton's campaign tried to invoke this trope with the slogan "Love trumps hate" as a call for unity. [[AmbiguousSyntax Unfortunately, some people thought this sounded like]] [[LoveToHate "Love Trump's hate"]], i.e. accepting that fearmongering.
10th Sep '17 10:19:00 AM nombretomado
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* Crucial to the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series. Sora's Keyblade, and indeed all keyblades, seem drawn to individuals with strong hearts and emotions, including -- and especially -- friendship. But magic and normal combat also seems to operate under this trope; DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} and all of Sora's various friends triumph repeatedly through their bonds with each other.

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* Crucial to the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series. Sora's Keyblade, and indeed all keyblades, seem drawn to individuals with strong hearts and emotions, including -- and especially -- friendship. But magic and normal combat also seems to operate under this trope; DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} and all of Sora's various friends triumph repeatedly through their bonds with each other.
8th Sep '17 7:08:11 AM Njein
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* ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': This is what enables [[Film/JamesBond]] to defeat the BigBad. [[spoiler:While Blofeld may have toadies and lackeys with him that are held in line with fear, 007 is always surrounded by close friends and TrueCompanions such as M, Q, Tanner and Moneypenny who are willing to help him even in dire situations.]]

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* ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': This is what enables [[Film/JamesBond]] [[Film/JamesBond James Bond]] to defeat the BigBad. [[spoiler:While Ernst Stavro Blofeld may have toadies and lackeys with him that are held kept in line with fear, 007 is always surrounded by close friends and TrueCompanions such as M, Q, Tanner and Moneypenny who are willing to help him even in dire situations.]]
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