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15th May '16 1:35:33 PM KingZeal
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Compare DecoyProtagonist and SupportingProtagonist.

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Compare DecoyProtagonist and SupportingProtagonist. This trope tends to run on SurvivorshipBias, since we care more about them than other characters.
21st May '15 6:50:56 PM eroock
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Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of the protagonist. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story is about, but to a lesser extent than the protagonist; in other words, a secondary main character.

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Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of the protagonist. Unless there is NoAntagonist altogether. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story is about, but to a lesser extent than the protagonist; in other words, a secondary main character.character.

Compare DecoyProtagonist and SupportingProtagonist.
12th Aug '14 5:48:20 PM Mr.Movie
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'''The Protagonist''' is the principal character of a story. [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] TheHero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who the protagonist is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an OmnipresentTrope.

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'''The Protagonist''' is the principal character of a story. story, [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] usually]] TheHero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who the protagonist is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an OmnipresentTrope.
OmnipresentTrope. As a result, this page only defines the term.
15th Oct '13 8:51:02 PM CleverPun
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'''The Protagonist''' is the principal character of a story. [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] TheHero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who the protagonist is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an {{Omnipresent Trope}}s.

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'''The Protagonist''' is the principal character of a story. [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] TheHero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who the protagonist is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an {{Omnipresent Trope}}s.
OmnipresentTrope.
5th Apr '13 1:53:05 PM RobinZimm
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TheProtagonist is the principal character of a story. [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] TheHero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an {{Omnipresent Trope}}s.

Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of {{the protagonist}}. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story is about, but to a lesser extent than {{the protagonist}}; in other words, a secondary {{main character}}.
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TheProtagonist '''The Protagonist''' is the principal character of a story. [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] TheHero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} the protagonist is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an {{Omnipresent Trope}}s.

Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of {{the protagonist}}. the protagonist. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story is about, but to a lesser extent than {{the protagonist}}; the protagonist; in other words, a secondary {{main character}}.
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main character.
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17th Jan '13 12:46:05 PM TropeEater
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TheProtagonist is the principal character of a story. Many are {{Hero Protagonist}}s but not all of them are. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in the vast majority of all fiction, marking it as one of the rare OmnipresentTropes.


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TheProtagonist is the principal character of a story. Many are {{Hero Protagonist}}s [[HeroProtagonist Usually]] TheHero, but not all of them are.always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in the vast majority of pretty much all fiction, marking making it as one of the rare OmnipresentTropes.

an {{Omnipresent Trope}}s.



25th Jul '12 8:02:29 PM 69BookWorM69
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TheProtagonist is the principal character of a story. Many are {{Hero Protagonist}}s but not all of them are. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the stories POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in the vast majority of all fiction, marking it as one of the rare OmnipresentTropes.


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TheProtagonist is the principal character of a story. Many are {{Hero Protagonist}}s but not all of them are. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the stories story's POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. This is present in the vast majority of all fiction, marking it as one of the rare OmnipresentTropes.

7th Dec '11 12:34:02 PM FastEddie
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TheProtagonist is the {{main character}} of a story. Most are {{Hero Protagonist}}s but not all of them are. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the stories POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. Present in the vast majority of all fiction, marking it as one of the rare OmnipresentTropes.

One might say that in RealLife, YOU are {{the protagonist}}, at least from the POV of your own consciousness.

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TheProtagonist is the {{main character}} principal character of a story. Most Many are {{Hero Protagonist}}s but not all of them are. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a VillainProtagonist, TheHero, or simply an InnocentBystander, and whatever the stories POV may be, you can generally tell who {{the protagonist}} is because the story is ''about'' them. Present This is present in the vast majority of all fiction, marking it as one of the rare OmnipresentTropes.

One might say that in RealLife, YOU are {{the protagonist}}, at least from the POV of your own consciousness.
10th Aug '11 8:19:34 PM shiro_okami
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Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of {{the protagonist}}. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story revolves around, but to a lesser extent than {{the protagonist}}; in other words, a secondary {{main character}}.

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Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of {{the protagonist}}. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story revolves around, is about, but to a lesser extent than {{the protagonist}}; in other words, a secondary {{main character}}.
10th Aug '11 8:17:44 PM shiro_okami
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Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally central to the story but is important because they oppose the actions of {{the protagonist}}. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story revolves around, but to a lesser extent than {{the protagonist}}; in other words, a secondary {{main character}}.

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Compare and contrast TheAntagonist, who is equally central to the story but is important because they oppose the actions of {{the protagonist}}. Also see {{Deuteragonist}}, the other character whom the story revolves around, but to a lesser extent than {{the protagonist}}; in other words, a secondary {{main character}}.
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