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24th Oct '16 9:44:30 PM nombretomado
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* [[TropeNamer Spock]] from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''. GeneRoddenberry went on record saying that Spock is an idealized version of himself, as he'd always bemoaned his own passionate and hot-tempered nature.

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* [[TropeNamer Spock]] from ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''. GeneRoddenberry Creator/GeneRoddenberry went on record saying that Spock is an idealized version of himself, as he'd always bemoaned his own passionate and hot-tempered nature.
5th Oct '16 5:31:18 PM ANTMuddle
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* Spock in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries'' has Spock in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''.this role, of course.
5th Oct '16 5:26:30 PM ANTMuddle
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He's likely to advocate ShootTheDog.

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He's likely to advocate ShootTheDog.
This character type is ShootTheDog personified.
23rd Sep '16 1:25:59 AM Zoriax91
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** ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' introduces Izuru Kamukura, who makes all of the above look hotheaded. [[spoiler:He used to be a perfectly ordinary guy, until he accepted to subject himself to an operation in order to become as talented as the other Ultimates. The end result: he acquired ''every'' talent, but his emotions are completely gone and he has no drive other than acquire other talents]].
5th Sep '16 11:17:04 AM permeakra
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** Celestia, the BigGood of the series, more than once put the main cast (whom she is said to tresure) in a dangerous position with a gentle smile, sometimes without telling them so. Of course, given her position and age it is somewhat expected...
4th Sep '16 11:48:03 AM BattleMaster
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** Prowl, more so in the comic (which is why it's here). IDW's take [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructs]] this- Prowl's lack of empathy and DidWhatIHadToDo attitude alienate him from the rest of the Autobots, even those who were previously his friends. During ComicBook/TransformersRobotsInDisguise and ComicBook/TransformersCombinerWars, it's show that his "logical" behavior isn't even that logical- he's motivated as much by a desire for revenge and lingering mental instability over his torture by the Decepticons and being made a part of Devastator.

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** Prowl, more so in the comic (which is why it's here). IDW's take [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructs]] this- Prowl's lack of empathy and DidWhatIHadToDo IDidWhatIHadToDo attitude alienate him from the rest of the Autobots, even those who were previously his friends. During ComicBook/TransformersRobotsInDisguise and ComicBook/TransformersCombinerWars, it's show that his "logical" behavior isn't even that logical- he's motivated as much by a desire for revenge and lingering mental instability over his torture by the Decepticons and being made a part of Devastator.
4th Sep '16 11:47:10 AM BattleMaster
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* Prowl in the original ''{{Transformers}}'' series, more so in the comic (which is why it's here). Shockwave, too, though he's a villain. Typically it's considered his strength, as he can remain emotionally detached and not get distracted like Megatron or Starscream are prone to doing. Subverted in IDW's ''Spotlight: Shockwave'', when he's unable to figure out a logical reason for why the Dinobots attacked him and begins losing the fight, only to realize that their reason is illogical: they're after revenge and he's only able to turn the fight around by deliberately activating an illogical [[TheBerserker rage mode]].

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* Prowl in the original ''{{Transformers}}'' series, ''{{Franchise/TheTransformers}}'':
** Prowl,
more so in the comic (which is why it's here). here). IDW's take [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructs]] this- Prowl's lack of empathy and DidWhatIHadToDo attitude alienate him from the rest of the Autobots, even those who were previously his friends. During ComicBook/TransformersRobotsInDisguise and ComicBook/TransformersCombinerWars, it's show that his "logical" behavior isn't even that logical- he's motivated as much by a desire for revenge and lingering mental instability over his torture by the Decepticons and being made a part of Devastator.
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Shockwave, too, though he's a villain. Typically it's considered his strength, as he can remain emotionally detached and not get distracted like Megatron or Starscream are prone to doing. Subverted in IDW's ''Spotlight: Shockwave'', when he's unable to figure out a logical reason for why the Dinobots attacked him and begins losing the fight, only to realize that their reason is illogical: they're after revenge and he's only able to turn the fight around by deliberately activating an illogical [[TheBerserker rage mode]].
14th Aug '16 9:51:04 AM bionichamster
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** Maurice Chausson always puts the needs of NLA above the needs of any individual person [[spoiler:even to the point of leaving his own son on Earth]]. The only reason he shows Team Elma preferential treatment is that they're just [[TheAce so damn good at their jobs]] that losing any of them would be equivalent to losing 20 other [=BLADEs=].
8th Aug '16 6:08:43 PM jormis29
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* Alchemical {{Exalted}} have a trait called "Clarity" that tracks how much of this personality they accumulate; as they grow in Clarity, they become increasingly focused on pragmatic and efficient solutions and will place lower priority on compassionate activity, at the cost of becoming increasingly less emotional and having difficulty relating to other people (they also have some Charms that can harness Clarity to grant increased cognitive ability). Clarity is reduced by prolonged meaningful interaction with normal human beings (or, in the case of some Alchemicals, immersion in memories from their [[PastLifeMemories past lives]]).
* Among the Primarchs of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', there was Ferrus Manus on the Imperial side and Perturabo among the traitors. Both tended to be the most dispassionate and calculating Primarchs, and their Legions followed suit - although Perturabo's claim is a little weakened by his towering [[TheResenter resentment]] and susceptibility to [[MoodSwinger brief spasms of uncontrollable fury]].
* Adeptus Mechanicus supporting character tends to be this to whatever Inquisitor, Space Marine or Imperial Guard protagonist they follow around, especially if they have had the cybernetic surgical procedures of Clear Thoughts, excising the parts of their brains capable of emotions.

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* Alchemical {{Exalted}} ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' have a trait called "Clarity" that tracks how much of this personality they accumulate; as they grow in Clarity, they become increasingly focused on pragmatic and efficient solutions and will place lower priority on compassionate activity, at the cost of becoming increasingly less emotional and having difficulty relating to other people (they also have some Charms that can harness Clarity to grant increased cognitive ability). Clarity is reduced by prolonged meaningful interaction with normal human beings (or, in the case of some Alchemicals, immersion in memories from their [[PastLifeMemories past lives]]).
* Among the Primarchs of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', 40000}}''
** Among the Primarchs,
there was Ferrus Manus on the Imperial side and Perturabo among the traitors. Both tended to be the most dispassionate and calculating Primarchs, and their Legions followed suit - although Perturabo's claim is a little weakened by his towering [[TheResenter resentment]] and susceptibility to [[MoodSwinger brief spasms of uncontrollable fury]].
* ** Adeptus Mechanicus supporting character tends to be this to whatever Inquisitor, Space Marine or Imperial Guard protagonist they follow around, especially if they have had the cybernetic surgical procedures of Clear Thoughts, excising the parts of their brains capable of emotions.
4th Aug '16 1:53:52 PM ultimomant
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* Spock in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''
* Wind Whistler of ''Franchise/MyLittlePony''

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* Spock in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''
''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''.
* Wind Whistler of ''Franchise/MyLittlePony''''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends''.



* [[{{Fembot}} Big Brain]] from an episode of ''[[Franchise/CareBears Adventures in Care-a-Lot]]''

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* [[{{Fembot}} Big Brain]] from an episode of ''[[Franchise/CareBears Adventures in Care-a-Lot]]''Care-a-Lot]]''.
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