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8th Jan '18 7:16:42 AM Codefreak5
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The second game has two: The Elder (no name given) who is the de facto leader of your home village and fairly secular, and Hakunin, the old shaman who's invested in more spiritual matters.

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The **The second game has two: The Elder (no name given) who is the de facto leader of your home village and fairly secular, and Hakunin, the old shaman who's invested in more spiritual matters.
25th Dec '17 3:49:01 AM Mooncalf
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The second game has two: The Elder (no name given) who is the de facto leader of your home village and fairly secular, and Hakunin, the old shaman who's invested in more spiritual matters.
18th Nov '17 4:53:41 PM WillKeaton
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* In the manga version of Manga/{{Akira}}, Lady Mikayo becomes this after taking in refugees in the wake of [[spoiler: Akira's AngstNuke wrecking Neo Tokyo]]. Eventually, she evolves into the de jure leader opposing [[spoiler: Tetsuo]]

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* In the manga version of Manga/{{Akira}}, ''Manga/{{Akira}},'' Lady Mikayo becomes this after taking in refugees in the wake of [[spoiler: Akira's AngstNuke wrecking Neo Tokyo]]. Eventually, she evolves into the de jure leader opposing [[spoiler: Tetsuo]]
18th Nov '17 4:53:32 PM WillKeaton
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* In the manga version of {{Akira}}, Lady Mikayo becomes this after taking in refugees in the wake of [[spoiler: Akira's AngstNuke wrecking Neo Tokyo]]. Eventually, she evolves into the de jure leader opposing [[spoiler: Tetsuo]]

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* In the manga version of {{Akira}}, Manga/{{Akira}}, Lady Mikayo becomes this after taking in refugees in the wake of [[spoiler: Akira's AngstNuke wrecking Neo Tokyo]]. Eventually, she evolves into the de jure leader opposing [[spoiler: Tetsuo]]
30th Jul '17 11:57:53 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Mother Abagail in Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel ''Literature/TheStand'' . Although the community of Boulder has a [[DisasterDemocracy democratically elected government]], everyone still respects her for her age and wisdom nonetheless.

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* Mother Abagail in Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel ''Literature/TheStand'' .''Literature/TheStand''. Although the community of Boulder has a [[DisasterDemocracy democratically elected government]], everyone still respects her for her age and wisdom nonetheless.
11th May '17 6:25:08 PM yarrunmace
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* In the manga version of {{Akira}}, Lady Mikayo becomes this after taking in refugees in the wake of [[spoiler: Akira's AngstNuke wrecking Neo Tokyo]]. Eventually, she evolves into the de jure leader opposing [[spoiler: Tetsuo]]



* Bard of Esgaroth in ''Literature/TheHobbit''. The democratically elected Master of the village of Laketown is cowardly, miserly, and is tricky with words. Bard, though initially not taken very seriously by the people at large due to his [[CassandraTruth tendency to forecast dire things]], comes to be admired by all after [[spoiler: he kills Smaug.]] Later, the people choose to follow Bard rather than the Master, and Bard becomes King of Esgaroth, and his line holds this office for many generations. Granted, Laketown is a prosperous community and not quite a wasteland community, but it lies on the very edge of the Desolation of Smaug in the shadow of the Lonely Mountain.
22nd Apr '17 5:24:28 PM nombretomado
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* Talgeyl in ''SuikodenV'' plays this almost perfectly straight. Sadly, he's too pessimistic about his town's future to even ask for help when TheHero shows up, though he does later take a turn TrainingThePeacefulVillagers.

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* Talgeyl in ''SuikodenV'' ''VideoGame/SuikodenV'' plays this almost perfectly straight. Sadly, he's too pessimistic about his town's future to even ask for help when TheHero shows up, though he does later take a turn TrainingThePeacefulVillagers.
22nd Dec '16 6:51:11 PM Xtifr
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* Tom Barnard from Kim Stanley Robinson's ''The Wild Shore'' is the only member of the post-apocalyptic South Orange County community who remembers the Old Days before TheWar.

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* Tom Barnard from Kim Stanley Robinson's Creator/KimStanleyRobinson's ''The Wild Shore'' is the only member of the post-apocalyptic South Orange County community who remembers the Old Days before TheWar.
1st Dec '16 4:39:07 AM Morgenthaler
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** A more important character, Shuu, is also a Wasteland Elder, albeit more {{Badass}} than most.

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** A more important character, Shuu, is also a Wasteland Elder, albeit more {{Badass}} badass than most.
1st Aug '16 8:58:13 AM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/AVeryLongRopeToTheTopOfTheSky'': The tribal Somnians have "Grandpa."
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