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27th Mar '18 1:28:07 PM stuthehistoryguy
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* Pick a US military helicopter. The Iroquois (better known as the Huey). The Black Hawk. The Apache. The Chinook. There's a reason for those names.

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* Pick a US military helicopter. The Iroquois (better known as the Huey). The Black Hawk. The Apache. The Chinook. [[WorthyOpponent There's a reason for those names.names]].
11th Mar '18 3:29:16 PM WillKeaton
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of "Little Girl, Big Trouble."[[note]]Her best friend remains "[[RedheadsAreUncool Ginger With Freckles]]", however.[[/note]].

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of "Little Girl, Big Trouble."[[note]]Her best friend remains "[[RedheadsAreUncool Ginger With Freckles]]", however.[[/note]].
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11th Mar '18 3:28:37 PM WillKeaton
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of ''{{Little Girl, Big Trouble}}''.[[note]]Her best friend remains ''[[RedheadsAreUncool {{Ginger With Freckles}}]]'', however. [[/note]].

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of ''{{Little "Little Girl, Big Trouble}}''.[[note]]Her Trouble."[[note]]Her best friend remains ''[[RedheadsAreUncool {{Ginger "[[RedheadsAreUncool Ginger With Freckles}}]]'', however. [[/note]].
Freckles]]", however.[[/note]].
2nd Mar '18 10:42:55 AM Henker
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* ''Film/BoneTomahawk'' attempts to avoid the UnfortunateImplications of this trope by making the antagonists a group of inbred cave dwelling "troglodytes" that other Native Americans find savage and monstrous. The one Native American character in the film, "The Professor", is shown to be well-read and respected among his community.
23rd Feb '18 5:45:21 PM AgProv
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of ''{{Little Girl, Big Trouble}}''.[[note]]Her best friend remains ''{{Ginger With Freckles}}'', however. [[/note]].

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of ''{{Little Girl, Big Trouble}}''.[[note]]Her best friend remains ''{{Ginger ''[[RedheadsAreUncool {{Ginger With Freckles}}'', Freckles}}]]'', however. [[/note]].
23rd Feb '18 5:43:46 PM AgProv
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' continuum, the fictions ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5315107/1/Small-medium-large-headache Small Medium, Large Headache]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5242627/1/Rincewind-among-the-Redskins Rincewind Among the Redskins]]'' expand on the throwaway joke from ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' which gives spirit medium Mrs Cake a Red Indian spirit guide, the hapless drunk One-Man-Bucket. Terry Pratchett places the Discworld's Red Indians in Howondaland, his [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Africa. In an attempt to resolve and expand on this, author[[Creator/AAPessimal A.A. Pessimal]] wrote a tale of how the Indian peoples of Howondaland fight and defeat a certain General Ruster, in a plot owing much to the movie ''Film/LittleBigMan'', with the wizard Rincewind cast in the Dustin Hoffman role. Another Pessimal fic homages medium Tracy Potts in ''Literature/GoodOmens'' by giving her an Apache spirit guide, who has a fairly direct, [[Literature/TheManitou Manitou]]-like resemblance to Creator/GrahamMasterton's Misquamacus. Mayhem ensues as Mrs. Cake and One-Man-Bucket confront the dread spirit of the heap powerful medicine man in a plot owing something to Masterton's horror fiction.
fiction. The normally retiring and elusive - but definitely not shy - Apache people, a tribe reputed to give lessons in being nasty to the Elves, are encountered in the tale ''Gap Year Adventures'' by a brave and intrepid traveller. who gets the Apache honorific of ''{{Little Girl, Big Trouble}}''.[[note]]Her best friend remains ''{{Ginger With Freckles}}'', however. [[/note]].
15th Dec '17 11:48:15 AM Fireblood
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* ''Videogame/SunsetRiders'' has Chief Scalpem, a late boss and enforcer of [[EvilBrit Sir Richard Rose]] who resembles a stereotypical KnifeNut Native American war chief, crown of feather and all. Native Americans also appears as enemies all over his stage, wielding both knives and bows. The Genesis version leaves most of this untouched but the SNES port removes all the Indian enemies and changes the boss' name to Chief Wigwam.

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* ''Videogame/SunsetRiders'' has Chief Scalpem, a late boss and enforcer of [[EvilBrit Sir Richard Rose]] who resembles a stereotypical KnifeNut Native American war chief, crown of feather feathers and all. Native Americans also appears as enemies all over his stage, wielding both knives and bows. The Genesis version leaves most of this untouched but the SNES port removes all the Indian enemies and changes the boss' name to Chief Wigwam.
14th Dec '17 2:06:55 PM Unregistered
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* ''Videogame/SunsetRiders'' has Chief Scalpem, a late boss and enforcer of [[EvilBrit Sir Richard Rose]] who resembles a stereotypical KnifeNut Native American war chief, crown of feather and all. Native Americans also appears as enemies all over his stage, wielding both knives and bows. The Genesis version leaves most of this untouched but the SNES port removes all the Indian enemies and changes the boss' name to Chief Wigwam.
6th Dec '17 3:36:15 PM nombretomado
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* In North America, the Pawnee are the only ones who practiced HumanSacrifice, of virgins from neighboring groups, but [[LesCollaborateurs since they were allies of the U.S.]], they were typically portrayed more sympathetically. They underwent a meta-FaceHeelTurn in the movies around the time the Sioux underwent a meta-HeelFaceTurn. This was brought UpToEleven in ''DancesWithWolves'', when Pawnee warriors attack ''even their white allies'', which would have been suicidally stupid.

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* In North America, the Pawnee are the only ones who practiced HumanSacrifice, of virgins from neighboring groups, but [[LesCollaborateurs since they were allies of the U.S.]], they were typically portrayed more sympathetically. They underwent a meta-FaceHeelTurn in the movies around the time the Sioux underwent a meta-HeelFaceTurn. This was brought UpToEleven in ''DancesWithWolves'', ''Film/DancesWithWolves'', when Pawnee warriors attack ''even their white allies'', which would have been suicidally stupid.
6th Dec '17 12:19:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''VideoGame/GameAndWatch: Fire Attack'' makes no effort to hide that the enemies trying to burn down your fort are supposed to be Native Americans, with the opposing Mr. Game & Watches wearing comically huge feathered headbands and your player character wearing a cowboy hat.

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* ''VideoGame/GameAndWatch: ''UsefulNotes/GameAndWatch: Fire Attack'' makes no effort to hide that the enemies trying to burn down your fort are supposed to be Native Americans, with the opposing Mr. Game & Watches wearing comically huge feathered headbands and your player character wearing a cowboy hat.
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