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27th Nov '16 1:34:58 PM nombretomado
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* Kings Caspian and Tirian in ''{{The Chronicles of Narnia}}''. [[spoiler: Also, King Rilian ,once he's rescued and succeeds Caspian.]]

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* Kings Caspian and Tirian in ''{{The ''Literature/{{The Chronicles of Narnia}}''. [[spoiler: Also, King Rilian ,once he's rescued and succeeds Caspian.]]
28th Oct '16 2:25:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''GoldenSunDarkDawn'', Prince Amiti of Ayuthay joins your party as a WarriorPrince in hopes that [[InvokedTrope the adventure and experience will make him]] [[LampshadeHanging a wiser prince]]. It works; he goes from being [[TheIngenue painfully naiive]] to being [[CharacterDevelopment much more understanding]]... [[IncrediblyLamePun Insightful]], even.

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* In ''GoldenSunDarkDawn'', ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'', Prince Amiti of Ayuthay joins your party as a WarriorPrince in hopes that [[InvokedTrope the adventure and experience will make him]] [[LampshadeHanging a wiser prince]]. It works; he goes from being [[TheIngenue painfully naiive]] to being [[CharacterDevelopment much more understanding]]... [[IncrediblyLamePun Insightful]], even.
1st Oct '16 5:41:17 AM Argon2
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He might start out being the RebelPrince or ShelteredAristocrat. TheEvilPrince is his opposite (and sometimes [[CainAndAbel his brother]]). See also TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask.

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He might start out being the RebelPrince or ShelteredAristocrat. TheEvilPrince is his opposite (and sometimes [[CainAndAbel his brother]]). Contemporary variants often overlap with DorkKnight[=s=]. See also TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask.
29th Aug '16 9:56:36 AM Willbyr
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* KimbaTheWhiteLion has most of these character traits.

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* KimbaTheWhiteLion Manga/KimbaTheWhiteLion has most of these character traits.
12th Jul '16 7:56:06 PM Chytus
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* Alexander of Scotland in ''IvanhoeTheKingsKnight.''

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* Alexander of Scotland in ''IvanhoeTheKingsKnight.''WesternAnimation/IvanhoeTheKingsKnight.''



* Lord Louis Mountbatten. He was one of the last RealLife {{Warrior Prince}}s to actually command in battle (Harry, good luck to him, was only a subaltern). He was a cousin of royalty, but he did reasonably well leading British forces in battle during World War II (a war which had many curiously old-fashioned elements including a few aristocratic leaders), and he had the personality of a Wise Prince.
** In {{Canada|Eh}}, he's actually thought of as TheNeidermeyer because of his association with the absolutely disastrous Allied assault on Dieppe.
** He didn't lead well in battle and the Dieppe raid that he planned was disastrous; he only got by thanks to connections, not competence.
%% * UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln, anyone? (At least the way he's usually remembered.)
28th Jun '16 1:24:32 AM PaulA
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* Gwydion from LloydAlexander's ''PrydainChronicles'', though he doesn't fit some of the later bits.
** Also Adaon in ''The Black Cauldron'' .

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* Gwydion from LloydAlexander's ''PrydainChronicles'', Creator/LloydAlexander's ''Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain'':
** Prince Gwydion,
though he doesn't fit some of the later bits.
** Also Adaon in ''The Black Cauldron'' .Cauldron''.
7th Jun '16 2:51:56 PM Morgenthaler
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* Cuneglas in ''TheWarlordChronicles''. The most level headed character in the main cast, the nicest by a long way. With the fairly pessimistic nature of the series, the one time he loses his head, he dies in a duel.

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* Cuneglas in ''TheWarlordChronicles''.''Literature/TheWarlordChronicles''. The most level headed character in the main cast, the nicest by a long way. With the fairly pessimistic nature of the series, the one time he loses his head, he dies in a duel.



* ''LordPeterWimsey'' may qualify. He's just a noble, not royal, but he's responsible, intelligent, and has shell-shock from World War I and general doubts of self-worth to give him the air of melancholy.

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* ''LordPeterWimsey'' ''Literature/LordPeterWimsey'' may qualify. He's just a noble, not royal, but he's responsible, intelligent, and has shell-shock from World War I and general doubts of self-worth to give him the air of melancholy.



* Faramir in ''{{Lord of the Rings}}''. Not so much in the movie adaptation.

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* Faramir in ''{{Lord ''Literature/{{Lord of the Rings}}''. Not so much in the movie adaptation.



* Terem Rathai from ''{{The Assassins of Tamurin}}''.

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* Terem Rathai from ''{{The ''Literature/{{The Assassins of Tamurin}}''.



* Hector is the {{Ur Example}} in ''{{The Iliad}}.''

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* Hector is the {{Ur Example}} in ''{{The ''Literature/{{The Iliad}}.''



* The 2012 BBC version of ''HenryV'' turns Henry into something like this. He starts out rather fresh-faced and dashing, but becomes increasingly worn down by the weight of his decisions. He's depicted as a brave but sometimes unsure leader who is very earnestly trying to do the right thing by his people. Then he dies.

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* The 2012 BBC version of ''HenryV'' ''Series/HenryV'' turns Henry into something like this. He starts out rather fresh-faced and dashing, but becomes increasingly worn down by the weight of his decisions. He's depicted as a brave but sometimes unsure leader who is very earnestly trying to do the right thing by his people. Then he dies.
25th May '16 8:15:32 PM Willbyr
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* ''All'' princes in ''CodeGeass'' try their best to ''look'' like this but arguably only Ulysses really means it. Ironic, seeing how he is the heir apparent [[spoiler:and never ascends to the throne]]. The rest of the princes fall somewhere between TheEvilPrince and The AntiHero Prince.

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* ''All'' princes in ''CodeGeass'' ''Anime/CodeGeass'' try their best to ''look'' like this but arguably only Ulysses really means it. Ironic, seeing how he is the heir apparent [[spoiler:and never ascends to the throne]]. The rest of the princes fall somewhere between TheEvilPrince and The AntiHero Prince.



* Post-HeelFaceTurn, [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Gaara]] from ''{{Naruto}}'' has grown into this disposition [[WiseBeyondTheirYears after years]] of being Sunagakure's Fifth Kazekage, to the point that he's far more rational and composed than his fellow and older Kages.

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* Post-HeelFaceTurn, [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Gaara]] from ''{{Naruto}}'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has grown into this disposition [[WiseBeyondTheirYears after years]] of being Sunagakure's Fifth Kazekage, to the point that he's far more rational and composed than his fellow and older Kages.



* Shi Ryuuki from ''SaiunkokuMonogatari'' matures to this over time, as he faces his responsibilities as TheEmperor.

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* Shi Ryuuki from ''SaiunkokuMonogatari'' ''LightNovel/SaiunkokuMonogatari'' matures to this over time, as he faces his responsibilities as TheEmperor.
16th Mar '16 8:50:12 PM LadyNorbert
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* Prince Vince of the Neitherworld has grown into this by the time of the [[Fanfic/{{Cinderjuice}} Contractually Obligated Chaos series]].



* Ahkmenrah from ''Film/NightAtTheMuseum'', and probably the reason why his parents would rather give Egypt to him rather than his older brother Kahmunrah.

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* Ahkmenrah from ''Film/NightAtTheMuseum'', and probably the reason why his parents would rather give Egypt to him rather than instead of his older brother Kahmunrah.



* Creator/AlecGuinness played a few of these characters, notably ''The Swan'', ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' and ''Cromwell''.

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* Creator/AlecGuinness played a few of these characters, notably ''The Swan'', ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia,'' and ''Cromwell''.



* Kings Caspian and Tirian in ''{{The Chronicles of Narnia}}''. [[spoiler: Also, King Rilian once he's rescued and succeeds Caspian]]

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* Kings Caspian and Tirian in ''{{The Chronicles of Narnia}}''. [[spoiler: Also, King Rilian once ,once he's rescued and succeeds Caspian]]Caspian.]]



* Marie Antoinette in ''TheBadQueen'' tries to invoke wisdom in her daughter [[ShelteredAristocrat Marie-Therese]] and help her gain a more realistic and compassionate view of the world by making the orphaned daughter of a servant the princess's companion who gets to share in all privileges the royal child does.

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* Marie Antoinette in ''TheBadQueen'' tries to invoke wisdom in her daughter daughter, the Madame Royale [[ShelteredAristocrat Marie-Therese]] Marie-Therese]], and help her gain a more realistic and compassionate view of the world by making world. To that end, she makes the orphaned daughter of a servant the princess's companion who gets companion, and allows the girl to share in all privileges the royal child does.which Madame Royale enjoys.



* Former Crown Prince [[CoolOldGuy Iroh]] of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. And he spends the series trying to mold [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor Prince Zuko]] into this, as well. [[spoiler: He succeeds.]]

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* Former Crown Prince [[CoolOldGuy Iroh]] of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. And ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is this himself, and he spends the series trying to mold [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor Prince Zuko]] into this, as well. [[spoiler: He succeeds.]]



* Alexander of Scotland in IvanhoeTheKingsKnight.

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* Alexander of Scotland in IvanhoeTheKingsKnight.
''IvanhoeTheKingsKnight.''



* Lord Louis Mountbatten. He was one of the last RealLife {{Warrior Prince}}s to actually command in battle (Harry, good luck to him, was only a subaltern). He was a cousin of royalty but he did reasonably well leading British forces in battle during World War II(a war which had many curiously old-fashioned elements including a few aristocratic leaders). He had the personality of a [[TheWisePrince Wise Prince]].

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* Lord Louis Mountbatten. He was one of the last RealLife {{Warrior Prince}}s to actually command in battle (Harry, good luck to him, was only a subaltern). He was a cousin of royalty royalty, but he did reasonably well leading British forces in battle during World War II(a II (a war which had many curiously old-fashioned elements including a few aristocratic leaders). He leaders), and he had the personality of a [[TheWisePrince Wise Prince]].Prince.



** He didn't lead well in battle and the Dieppe raid that he planned was disastrous, he only got by thanks to connections not competence.

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** He didn't lead well in battle and the Dieppe raid that he planned was disastrous, disastrous; he only got by thanks to connections connections, not competence.
13th Mar '16 1:18:16 AM GrammarNavi
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* Prince Tryffin in TeresaEdgerton's second ''{{Celydonn}}'' trilogy, since he learned something from the events of the first trilogy.

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* Prince Tryffin in TeresaEdgerton's Creator/TeresaEdgerton's second ''{{Celydonn}}'' trilogy, since he learned something from the events of the first trilogy.
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