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29th Jan '16 2:42:32 PM Ohio9
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* In ''Manga/InuYasha'', Kagome's mother, brother, and grandfather are totally unsurprised when they learn the well in their shrine is a time portal to the 16th century, as well as learning that supernatural demons exist. They also don't seem to be concerned about Kagome skipping school to go to a place where she nearly gets killed on a regular basis.

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* In ''Manga/InuYasha'', Kagome's mother, brother, and grandfather are totally unsurprised when they learn the well in their shrine is a time portal to the 16th century, as well as learning that supernatural demons exist. They also don't seem to be concerned about Kagome skipping school to go to a place where she nearly gets killed on a regular basis.
29th Jan '16 2:40:56 PM Ohio9
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* In ''Manga/InuYasha'', Kagome's mother, brother, and grandfather are totally unsurprised when they learn the well in their shrine is a time portal to the 16th century, as well as learning that supernatural demons exist. They also don't seem to be concerned about Kagome skipping school to go to a place where she nearly gets killed on a regular basis.
21st Jan '16 7:52:37 PM PaulA
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* The first of Creator/JohnBrunner's ''The Traveller in Black'' stories has a 20th-century Londoner called Bernard Brown find himself, for some reason which is never fully explained, trapped in the stories' setting of a far-distant past where magic still works. He makes his way to the nearest city where he gets treated as a god. [[spoiler: He manages to defeat the ''real'' god of a rival city by using the kind of calm and logical approach which the people of his adopted city prize most highly.]] ** It's fairly strongly implied, though never stated explicitly, that the Traveller brings Bernard to the city so that he will do precisely that,[[spoiler: thereby sating a sudden mad desire on behalf of the people of the city to have a god -- any god -- and returning them to their normal level-headed ways]]. This unexpected change in the city's collective behavior can be interpreted as a move made by the forces of Chaos, but that requires reading between the lines. *** It's the explicit granting of a wish to teach a lesson. It's the Traveler's way of dealing with bad situations by being a literal genie to those who ask him for favors.
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* The first of Creator/JohnBrunner's ''The Traveller in Black'' ''Literature/TheTravellerInBlack'' stories has a 20th-century Londoner called Bernard Brown find himself, for some reason which is never fully explained, trapped in himself transported to the stories' setting of a far-distant past where magic still works. He makes his way to the nearest city where he gets treated as a god. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He manages to defeat the ''real'' god of a rival city by using the kind of calm and logical approach which the people of his adopted city prize most highly.]] ** ]] It's fairly strongly implied, though never stated explicitly, that the Traveller brings Bernard to the city so that he will do precisely that,[[spoiler: thereby that, [[spoiler:thereby sating a sudden mad desire on behalf of the people of the city to have a god -- any god -- and returning them to their normal level-headed ways]]. This unexpected change in the city's collective behavior can be interpreted as a move made by the forces of Chaos, but that requires reading between the lines. *** It's the explicit granting of a wish to teach a lesson. It's the Traveler's way of dealing with bad situations by being a literal genie to those who ask him for favors. ways]].
10th Jan '16 7:40:37 PM AshlynNyx
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* This seems to be the mindset of everyone that lives in [[Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale Night Vale]]. Even [[ScienceHero Carlos]] eventually got used to the town's weirdness, as shown in "Lazy Day", where he takes advantage of everyone and everything (including body organs and ''gravity itself'') lazying off by doing various household chores (including cleaning out his gutters while gravity was gone).
24th Dec '15 11:45:53 AM erforce
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* Agent John Meyers in the first ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'' film, an FBI agent who gets transferred to the "nonexistent" Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense. He's chosen by Professor Bruttenholm specifically to be Hellboy's [[TheConscience conscience and moral helper.]] Too bad he's [[spoiler: PutOnABus in the sequel.]]
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* Agent John Meyers in the first ''Film/{{Hellboy}}'' film, an FBI agent who gets transferred to the "nonexistent" Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense. He's chosen by Professor Bruttenholm specifically to be Hellboy's [[TheConscience conscience and moral helper.]] Too bad he's [[spoiler: PutOnABus in [[Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy the sequel.sequel]].]]
8th Dec '15 4:13:17 AM rafi
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* Kyon from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya''. He does have one thing that sets him apart from everyone else: [[spoiler:[[TrustPassword He's John Smith]]]]. This fact puts him in BadassNormal territory, because it allows him to control Haruhi, Yuki's boss, and almost anyone who knows of Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. It also explains why Haruhi gravitated towards him: [[spoiler:he's the reason she came to North High to begin with (she just doesn't know it yet)]]. * ''MahouSenseiNegima'''s Asakura; she's one of the first girls to discover Negi's magical abilities, yet never gained any sort of magic or kung fu abilities of her own until near the end of the series, and it was an emergency situation. Despite that, she was still able to be more or less self-sufficient when she was forced to fend for herself in the Magic World. ** Jonny [[BossSubtitles "Blazing Rumbling Trucker"]] Raidein is one in the Magic World arc, being nearly the only non-empowered person in the crew. He helps out Ala Alba purely because he's friends with some of the girls, and takes the whole "saving the world" thing in stride.
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* Kyon OnlySaneMan Furuichi from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya''. He does have one thing that sets him apart from everyone else: [[spoiler:[[TrustPassword He's John Smith]]]]. This fact puts him in BadassNormal territory, because it allows him to control Haruhi, Yuki's boss, ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' eventually becomes one, and almost anyone who knows of Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. It also explains why Haruhi gravitated towards him: [[spoiler:he's the reason she came to North High to begin with (she just doesn't know it yet)]]. * ''MahouSenseiNegima'''s Asakura; she's one of the first girls to discover Negi's magical abilities, yet never gained any sort of magic or kung fu abilities of her own until near the end of the series, and it was an emergency situation. Despite that, she was still able to be more or less self-sufficient when she was forced to fend for herself in the Magic World. ** Jonny [[BossSubtitles "Blazing Rumbling Trucker"]] Raidein is one in the Magic World arc, being nearly the only non-empowered person in the crew. He helps out Ala Alba purely because he's friends with some of the girls, and takes the whole "saving the world" thing in stride.gets MistakenForBadass as a result.

* Nenene Sumiregawa and Drake Anderson from ''Anime/ReadOrDie''. * Kaede from ''NininGaShinobuden''. She apparently spends a good chunk of her free time hanging around a ninja mansion despite being an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. * Ataru Moroboshi of ''UruseiYatsura''. Though, this might be subverted as time goes on, as he seems to gain an inhuman level of super-speed (whether running away from trouble or running after a woman) and a comic invulnerability that would make Daffy Duck proud. * Nabiki Tendo of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. For the most part she's unfazed by the [[GenderBender gender-bending]], [[ShapeShifter shape-shifting]], and [[MartialArtsAndCrafts martial arts insanity]] surrounding her, getting involved only to the degree that she can [[HonestJohnsDealership make money]] from it. Her sister Kasumi is an even better example. She's never even fazed at the insanity surrounding her family, to the point where she constantly refers to Ranma's various mortal enemies as his "friends." * Haruhi Fujioka, from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', who starts out utterly weirded out by the bishonen antics of the aforementioned club, but gradually learns to cope, even enjoy herself a bit. * Naru Osaka, from ''Anime/SailorMoon,'' in both senshi and youma knowledge. It rendered her the nickname of [[FanNickname Youma Bait]]; to a lesser extent, Umino fits this trope. * Kawachi from ''YakitateJapan'' is [[CantCatchUp an average guy]] stuck in a world of overly-dramatic bakers who break out [[CrazyAwesome all sorts of crazy recipes and techniques]] and get entangled in [[SeriousBusiness life-or-death]] [[CookingDuel bread-making contests]]. * Bulma in ''Manga/DragonBall''. Krillin and Vegeta's daughters, Marron and Bra respectively, later on. * Everyone in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime that follows Ash and Pikachu.[[labelnote:*]]Yes, this includes the TeamRocket trio[[/labelnote]] This is [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt especially]] [[CapturedSuperEntity evident]] [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu in the]] [[PalsWithJesus movies]]. The Japanese name of the guy from the first [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Unova]] Gym that follows Ash (Dent) seems more likely a coincidence than a LampshadeHanging, though. * Played with in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' when Ed finds himself surrounded by Homunculi and chimeras and humorously realizes that he, as the only normal human, is the minority, even though it's hard to consider cybernetic limbs and alchemy as ''normal.'' * OnlySaneMan Furuichi from ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' eventually becomes one, and gets MistakenForBadass as a result. * Oz from ''PandoraHearts'' takes pride in his ability to accept the oddities he encounters and adapt to them. This manga is one big AliceAllusion MindScrew, so having that kind of adaptability deserves some applause. [[spoiler: Subverted when his true origins are revealed.]]

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* Nenene Sumiregawa Bulma in ''Manga/DragonBall''. Despite seeing powerful enemies that can blow up planets, she doesn't see it as a big deal and Drake Anderson calmly goes about her techy business until really strange or out-of-this-world happens. Not even Vegeta's temper-tantrums faze her. Especially so during the Androids saga, where she seems even more unfazed than the heroes themselves at all the powerful villains going around. She even actively follows the heroes when Frieza shows up again twice, just because she wants to finally catch a glimpse of him. * Played with in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' when Ed finds himself surrounded by Homunculi and chimeras and humorously realizes that he, as the only normal human, is the minority, even though it's hard to consider cybernetic limbs and alchemy as ''normal.'' * Kyon from ''Anime/ReadOrDie''. ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya''. He does have one thing that sets him apart from everyone else: [[spoiler:[[TrustPassword He's John Smith]]]]. This fact puts him in BadassNormal territory, because it allows him to control Haruhi, Yuki's boss, and almost anyone who knows of Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. It also explains why Haruhi gravitated towards him: [[spoiler:he's the reason she came to North High to begin with (she just doesn't know it yet)]]. * ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'''s Asakura; she's one of the first girls to discover Negi's magical abilities, yet never gained any sort of magic or kung fu abilities of her own until near the end of the series, and it was an emergency situation. Despite that, she was still able to be more or less self-sufficient when she was forced to fend for herself in the Magic World. ** Jonny [[BossSubtitles "Blazing Rumbling Trucker"]] Raidein is one in the Magic World arc, being nearly the only non-empowered person in the crew. He helps out Ala Alba purely because he's friends with some of the girls, and takes the whole "saving the world" thing in stride. * Kaede from ''NininGaShinobuden''.''Manga/NininGaShinobuden''. She apparently spends a good chunk of her free time hanging around a ninja mansion despite being an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent. * Ataru Moroboshi Haruhi Fujioka, from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', who starts out utterly weirded out by the bishonen antics of ''UruseiYatsura''. Though, the aforementioned club, but gradually learns to cope, even enjoy herself a bit. * Oz from ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' takes pride in his ability to accept the oddities he encounters and adapt to them. This manga is one big AliceAllusion MindScrew, so having that kind of adaptability deserves some applause. [[spoiler: Subverted when his true origins are revealed.]] * Everyone in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime that follows Ash and Pikachu.[[labelnote:*]]Yes, this might be subverted as time goes on, as he includes the TeamRocket trio[[/labelnote]] This is [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt especially]] [[CapturedSuperEntity evident]] [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu in the]] [[PalsWithJesus movies]]. The Japanese name of the guy from the first [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Unova]] Gym that follows Ash (Dent) seems to gain an inhuman level of super-speed (whether running away from trouble or running after more likely a woman) and coincidence than a comic invulnerability that would make Daffy Duck proud. LampshadeHanging, though. * Nabiki Tendo of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. For the most part she's unfazed by the [[GenderBender gender-bending]], [[ShapeShifter shape-shifting]], and [[MartialArtsAndCrafts martial arts insanity]] surrounding her, getting involved only to the degree that she can [[HonestJohnsDealership make money]] from it. Her sister Kasumi is an even better example. She's never even fazed at the insanity surrounding her family, to the point where she constantly refers to Ranma's various mortal enemies as his "friends." * Haruhi Fujioka, %%* Nenene Sumiregawa and Drake Anderson from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'', who starts out utterly weirded out by the bishonen antics of the aforementioned club, but gradually learns to cope, even enjoy herself a bit. ''Anime/ReadOrDie''. * Naru Osaka, from ''Anime/SailorMoon,'' in both senshi and youma knowledge. It rendered her the nickname of [[FanNickname Youma Bait]]; to a lesser extent, Umino fits this trope. * Ataru Moroboshi of ''Manga/UruseiYatsura''. Though, this might be subverted as time goes on, as he seems to gain an inhuman level of super-speed (whether running away from trouble or running after a woman) and a comic invulnerability that would make Daffy Duck proud. * Kawachi from ''YakitateJapan'' ''Manga/YakitateJapan'' is [[CantCatchUp an average guy]] stuck in a world of overly-dramatic bakers who break out [[CrazyAwesome all sorts of crazy recipes and techniques]] and get entangled in [[SeriousBusiness life-or-death]] [[CookingDuel bread-making contests]]. * Bulma in ''Manga/DragonBall''. Krillin and Vegeta's daughters, Marron and Bra respectively, later on. * Everyone in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime that follows Ash and Pikachu.[[labelnote:*]]Yes, this includes the TeamRocket trio[[/labelnote]] This is [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt especially]] [[CapturedSuperEntity evident]] [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu in the]] [[PalsWithJesus movies]]. The Japanese name of the guy from the first [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Unova]] Gym that follows Ash (Dent) seems more likely a coincidence than a LampshadeHanging, though. * Played with in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' when Ed finds himself surrounded by Homunculi and chimeras and humorously realizes that he, as the only normal human, is the minority, even though it's hard to consider cybernetic limbs and alchemy as ''normal.'' * OnlySaneMan Furuichi from ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' eventually becomes one, and gets MistakenForBadass as a result. * Oz from ''PandoraHearts'' takes pride in his ability to accept the oddities he encounters and adapt to them. This manga is one big AliceAllusion MindScrew, so having that kind of adaptability deserves some applause. [[spoiler: Subverted when his true origins are revealed.]]contests]].
8th Dec '15 4:07:25 AM rafi
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* Finn from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', due to being the [[spoiler:former]] last human in his time, spends his time with his magical stretching dog, Jake, a vampire, candy, and other wacky things. * Sokka from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is this being the only non-bender in the group (before [[ActionGirl Suki]] joined mid-season 3) and actually coped quite well thanks to meat and sarcasm. * Ben and Gwen Tennyson in the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'', pilot episode. In fact they only freak out for a couple minutes, as Ben had turned into a living candle and had accidentally started a forest fire. After Grandpa Max explained that Ben was an alien they calmed down quickly. ** Julie Yamamoto in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', while she only finds out in the last 5-10 minutes of the episode she found out in. She had caught Ben in his Jet-ray mode and when questioned she said she thought it was "cool". And then she gets a pet that doubles as a CoolShip. * In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', the PoorlyDisguisedPilot for Crash Nebula reveals the eponymous hero was like this once: the only human in an intergalactic school. Once he gets the powerful space suit he begins to get less so.

* The humans in all series of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}.'' They exist to ''not'' be awesome next to all of the cool robots. In fact, the most annoying humans have been some of the ones designated to be more equal to the Transformers themselves. Except for [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Sari]], but she's [[RobotGirl unusual]]. ** However, the fleshies of WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime seem to hold up quite well next to their co-stars, as each has perpetrated his/her fair share of [[BadassNormal badassery]].
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* The humans ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' has the father of David Xanatos, who meets Goliath and Demona before being taken on a time travel trip a thousand years. Dude never even blinks at the crazy stuff he sees. ** Elisa counts as well, she's a normal cop in all series the NYPD who keeps up with the stuff she and the clan are up against. * ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' has the eponymous character in this role. * Candace in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. In spite of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}.'' They exist to ''not'' be awesome next to all her neurotic tendencies, she has seen so many astounding things over the course of the cool robots. In fact, the most annoying humans have been some of the ones designated to be more equal to the Transformers themselves. Except show that they rarely surprise her anymore. Particularly in later seasons, there's an ironic trend for [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Sari]], but she's [[RobotGirl unusual]]. ** However, the fleshies of WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime seem her to hold up quite well next remain relatively calm in real crises, in contrast to their co-stars, as each has perpetrated his/her fair share of [[BadassNormal badassery]].her typical overreacting.

* Ben and Gwen Tennyson in the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'', pilot episode. In fact they only freak out for a couple minutes, as Ben had turned into a living candle and had accidentally started a forest fire. After Grandpa Max explained that Ben was an alien they calmed down quickly. ** Julie Yamamoto in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', while she only finds out in the last 5-10 minutes of the episode she found out in. She had caught Ben in his Jet-ray mode and when questioned she said she thought it was "cool". And then she gets a pet that doubles as a CoolShip. * In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', the PoorlyDisguisedPilot for Crash Nebula reveals the eponymous hero was like this once: the only human in an intergalactic school. Once he gets the powerful space suit he begins to get less so.
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* Ben Connie from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', she's a little shocked when she learns new things about the Gems sometimes but her shock always lasts about 0.02 seconds. A good example being when [[spoiler:Lapis Lazuli steals the ocean, Connie doesn't know about Lapis's ability to attack with water-dopplegangers and Gwen Tennyson in has never fought with the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'', pilot episode. In fact they only freak out for a couple minutes, as Ben had turned into a living candle Gems before, but she runs right in anyway and had accidentally started a forest fire. After Grandpa Max explained that Ben was an alien they calmed down quickly. ** Julie Yamamoto in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', while she only finds out in even saves Steven when the last 5-10 minutes tower falls.]] * The humans in all series of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}.'' They exist to ''not'' be awesome next to all of the episode she found out in. She had caught Ben in his Jet-ray mode and when questioned she said she thought it was "cool". And then she gets a pet that doubles as a CoolShip. * cool robots. In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', fact, the PoorlyDisguisedPilot most annoying humans have been some of the ones designated to be more equal to the Transformers themselves. Except for Crash Nebula reveals [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Sari]], but she's [[RobotGirl unusual]]. ** However, the eponymous hero was like this once: the only human in an intergalactic school. Once he gets the powerful space suit he begins fleshies of WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime seem to get less so.hold up quite well next to their co-stars, as each has perpetrated his/her fair share of [[BadassNormal badassery]].

* ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' has the eponymous character in this role. * Sokka from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is this being the only non-bender in the group (before [[ActionGirl Suki]] joined mid-season 3) and actually coped quite well thanks to meat and sarcasm. * ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' has the father of David Xanatos, who meets Goliath and Demona before being taken on a time travel trip a thousand years. Dude never even blinks at the crazy stuff he sees. ** Elisa counts as well, she's a normal cop in the NYPD who keeps up with the stuff she and the clan are up against. * Finn from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', due to being the [[spoiler:former]] last human in his time, spends his time with his magical stretching dog, Jake, a vampire, candy, and other wacky things. * Connie from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', she's a little shocked when she learns new things about the Gems sometimes but her shock always lasts about 0.02 seconds. A good example being when [[spoiler:Lapis Lazuli steals the ocean, Connie doesn't know about Lapis's ability to attack with water-dopplegangers and has never fought with the Gems before, but she runs right in anyway and even saves Steven when the tower falls.]]
7th Dec '15 3:01:44 PM DeisTheAlcano
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** In his time, Agent PhilCoulson meets a [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Super]] [[SuperSoldier Soldier]], a guy in [[ComicBook/IronMan Powered]] [[PoweredArmor Armor]], a [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse]] [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor god]], and a [[HulkingOut green]] [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk rage monster]] while still remaining a slightly jaded DeadpanSnarker. Though he's [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee a bit less blase]] about the SuperSoldier. For example: He had to recall one of his fellow SHIELD agents, Natasha Romanov, interrupting her in the middle of her [[YouJustToldMe unique inter]][[WoundedGazelleGambit rogation style]]. She tells him to hold over the phone, while she summarily curb-stomps her captors... while Coulson is on the other end of the line hearing the whole fight and acting as if he's listening to boring hold music.
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** In his time, Agent PhilCoulson Phil Coulson meets a [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Super]] [[SuperSoldier Soldier]], a guy in [[ComicBook/IronMan Powered]] [[PoweredArmor Armor]], a [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse]] [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor god]], and a [[HulkingOut green]] [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk rage monster]] while still remaining a slightly jaded DeadpanSnarker. Though he's [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee a bit less blase]] about the SuperSoldier. For example: He had to recall one of his fellow SHIELD agents, Natasha Romanov, interrupting her in the middle of her [[YouJustToldMe unique inter]][[WoundedGazelleGambit rogation style]]. She tells him to hold over the phone, while she summarily curb-stomps her captors... while Coulson is on the other end of the line hearing the whole fight and acting as if he's listening to boring hold music.
22nd Nov '15 10:24:28 AM MsChibi
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* [[SatelliteCharacter Matt]] from ''Manga/DeathNote''. He knows nothing about killer notebooks, but unquestioningly goes along for the ride when Mello chases after Kira.
5th Nov '15 5:47:43 PM nombretomado
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* Nabiki Tendo of ''RanmaOneHalf''. For the most part she's unfazed by the [[GenderBender gender-bending]], [[ShapeShifter shape-shifting]], and [[MartialArtsAndCrafts martial arts insanity]] surrounding her, getting involved only to the degree that she can [[HonestJohnsDealership make money]] from it. Her sister Kasumi is an even better example. She's never even fazed at the insanity surrounding her family, to the point where she constantly refers to Ranma's various mortal enemies as his "friends."
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* Nabiki Tendo of ''RanmaOneHalf''.''Manga/RanmaOneHalf''. For the most part she's unfazed by the [[GenderBender gender-bending]], [[ShapeShifter shape-shifting]], and [[MartialArtsAndCrafts martial arts insanity]] surrounding her, getting involved only to the degree that she can [[HonestJohnsDealership make money]] from it. Her sister Kasumi is an even better example. She's never even fazed at the insanity surrounding her family, to the point where she constantly refers to Ranma's various mortal enemies as his "friends."
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