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26th Jul '17 1:57:54 PM K
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar character no matter which side you choose (though under different circumstances in different routes). If you choose Nohr, Kaze is the TokenEnemyMinority, due to overhearing how the Avatar wishes to end the conflict by reforming Nohr from within [[spoiler:and his latent guilt for not preventing their kidnapping in the first place]]. If you choose Hoshido, it will be Silas and the Avatar's personal servants, Jakob and Felicia.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar character no matter which side you choose (though under different circumstances in different routes). If you choose Nohr, Kaze is the TokenEnemyMinority, due to overhearing how the Avatar wishes to end the conflict by reforming Nohr from within [[spoiler:and his latent guilt for not preventing their kidnapping in the first place]]. If you choose Hoshido, it will be Silas and the Avatar's personal servants, Jakob and Felicia.Felicia, whose personal loyalty to the Avatar trumps their nationalism. Silas in particular has to deal with a lot of anti-Nohrian suspicion in his interactions with his Hoshidan comrades, while Kaze's easygoing charm spares him the worst of it. Both are considered extremely trustworthy and likable by both sides.
26th Jul '17 1:52:13 PM K
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. In both ''Conquest'' and ''Birthright'', Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar. If you side with Nohr, Kaze will defect from Hoshido after he overhears the Avatar explain how they want to effect change from within. If you side with Hoshido, Silas will be sent to attack the Avatar at Fort Jinya, and will defect from Nohr after the battle, due to his affection for the Avatar.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. In both ''Conquest'' and ''Birthright'', Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar. Avatar character no matter which side you choose (though under different circumstances in different routes). If you side with choose Nohr, Kaze will defect from Hoshido after he overhears is the TokenEnemyMinority, due to overhearing how the Avatar explain how they want wishes to effect change end the conflict by reforming Nohr from within. within [[spoiler:and his latent guilt for not preventing their kidnapping in the first place]]. If you side with choose Hoshido, Silas it will be sent to attack Silas and the Avatar at Fort Jinya, Avatar's personal servants, Jakob and will defect from Nohr after the battle, due to his affection for the Avatar.Felicia.
26th Jul '17 2:01:48 AM K
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In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. In both ''Conquest'' and ''Birthright'', Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar. If you side with Nohr, Kaze will defect from Hoshido after he overhears the Avatar explain how they want to effect change from within. If you side with Hoshido, Silas will be sent to attack the Avatar at Fort Jinya, and will defect from Nohr after the battle, due to his affection for the Avatar.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. In both ''Conquest'' and ''Birthright'', Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar. If you side with Nohr, Kaze will defect from Hoshido after he overhears the Avatar explain how they want to effect change from within. If you side with Hoshido, Silas will be sent to attack the Avatar at Fort Jinya, and will defect from Nohr after the battle, due to his affection for the Avatar.
26th Jul '17 2:01:16 AM K
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In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', you choose which of the two warring countries to side with, and so, who the TokenEnemyMinority is depends on which version you're playing. In both ''Conquest'' and ''Birthright'', Hoshidan Ninja Kaze and Nohrian Cavalier Silas will join the Avatar. If you side with Nohr, Kaze will defect from Hoshido after he overhears the Avatar explain how they want to effect change from within. If you side with Hoshido, Silas will be sent to attack the Avatar at Fort Jinya, and will defect from Nohr after the battle, due to his affection for the Avatar.
22nd Jun '17 12:36:17 PM DarkHunter
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* In addition to Lelouch/Zero himself, [[TheEmpire Britannian]] TV producer Diethard Ried from ''Anime/CodeGeass'' fits this trope for The Black Knights, [[LaResistance the Japanese rebels/terrorists]] that are trying to [[OccupiersOutOfOurCountry overthrow Britannia]]. Instead of believing in their cause, Diethard is a WildCard who joins because he worships Zero and he finds amusement in them.

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* In addition to Lelouch/Zero himself, [[TheEmpire Britannian]] TV producer Diethard Ried from ''Anime/CodeGeass'' fits this trope for The Black Knights, [[LaResistance the Japanese rebels/terrorists]] that are trying to [[OccupiersOutOfOurCountry overthrow Britannia]]. Instead of believing in their cause, Diethard is a WildCard who joins because he worships Zero and he finds amusement in them. As for Zero, the Black Knights are aware that he isn't Japanese, but don't realize that he's actually Brittanian (Lelouch revealed his identity to an extremely high-ranking Japanese man well-trusted by the Black Knights, who assured them that Zero was on their side).
5th Jun '17 8:46:06 PM PaulA
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* Illya Kuryakin in ''Series/TheManFromUncle'', who turned out to be a friendly Russian spy. {{Justified|Trope}} because the agency they worked against [[EnemyMine was hated by both the free world and the communist bloc]]. Quickly promoted to joint protagonist after positive fan reaction, so ceased to be 'token'. He later moved to Scotland, went to medical school, became a medical examiner and works for ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' (actor David [=McCallum=] really is Scottish).

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* Illya Kuryakin in ''Series/TheManFromUncle'', who turned out to be a friendly Russian spy. {{Justified|Trope}} because the agency they worked against [[EnemyMine was hated by both the free world and the communist bloc]]. Quickly promoted to joint protagonist after positive fan reaction, so ceased to be 'token'. He later moved to Scotland, went to medical school, became a medical examiner and works for ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' (actor David [=McCallum=] really is Scottish).
24th Mar '17 4:18:50 AM UltimateLazer
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[[caption-width-right:350:The leader of the Japanese [[LaResistance rebels/terrorists]] trying to [[OccupiersOutOfOurCountry overthrow]] [[TheEmpire Britannia]] is... a Britannian. Did we mention that ''another'' Britannian is the head of PR?]]
20th Mar '17 2:38:08 AM UltimateLazer
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* In addition to Lelouch/Zero himself, [[TheEmpire Britannian]] TV producer Diethard Reid from ''Anime/CodeGeass'' fits this trope for The Black Knights, a [[LaResistance Japanese rebel faction]]. Instead of believing in their cause, Diethard is a WildCard who joins because he worships Zero and he finds amusement in them.

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* In addition to Lelouch/Zero himself, [[TheEmpire Britannian]] TV producer Diethard Reid Ried from ''Anime/CodeGeass'' fits this trope for The Black Knights, a [[LaResistance the Japanese rebel faction]].rebels/terrorists]] that are trying to [[OccupiersOutOfOurCountry overthrow Britannia]]. Instead of believing in their cause, Diethard is a WildCard who joins because he worships Zero and he finds amusement in them.
6th Feb '17 10:08:33 PM CountDorku
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', one of the playable characters is Krieg, who is a Psycho. In gameplay, you will kill hundreds of Psychos - every two-bit bandit gang seems to have a bunch of them to run around throwing axes at you. Krieg is the only one who's semi-consistently portrayed in a relatively positive fashion.
5th Jan '17 1:00:23 PM TheUnknownUploader
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