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19th Nov '17 10:17:49 PM BentusiAvatar
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** Also of note is [[VideoGame/FireEmblemThracia776 Leif]] [[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenalogyOfTheHolyWar Faris Klaus]]. He starts at the same age that Roy does, and while initially a lot more naive than Roy, he becomes a very effective leader in fighting for the liberation of the people of [[CrapsackWorld Judgral]].

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** Also of note is [[VideoGame/FireEmblemThracia776 Leif]] [[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenalogyOfTheHolyWar [[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Faris Klaus]]. He starts at the same age that Roy does, and while initially a lot more naive than Roy, he becomes a very effective leader in fighting for the liberation of the people of [[CrapsackWorld Judgral]].
11th Nov '17 3:51:29 PM Excelsior123
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* On ''WesternAnimationReadyJetGo'', the kids all seem to be this, especially Mitchell, who is little but can build an exact copy of Saturn V.

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* On ''WesternAnimationReadyJetGo'', ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'', the kids all seem to be this, especially Mitchell, who is little but can build an exact copy of Saturn V.
11th Nov '17 3:51:09 PM Excelsior123
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* On ''WesternAnimationReadyJetGo'', the kids all seem to be this, especially Mitchell, who is little but can build an exact copy of Saturn V.
13th Oct '17 11:05:49 AM Jake
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* ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry'': Physically, Shinji and Asuka are teenagers. Mentally, they're in their early twenties, and they have the emotional maturity of a person at least 10 years older than that.

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* ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry'': Physically, Shinji and Asuka are teenagers. Mentally, they're in their early twenties, and they have the emotional maturity of a person at least 10 years older than that. With everything they'd been through, [[HadToBeSharp it was a choice between growing up fast or not getting to grow up at all.]]
9th Sep '17 9:44:12 PM nombretomado
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* Chuck Downfield of ''[[BackyardSports Backyard Football]]''. He's [[YoungerThanTheyLook nine years old]], but knows exactly what to do with football plays.

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* Chuck Downfield of ''[[BackyardSports Backyard Football]]''.''VideoGame/BackyardFootball''. He's [[YoungerThanTheyLook nine years old]], but knows exactly what to do with football plays.



* In the [[Franchise/DotHack .hack]] series, Wiseman. At the time of the original games, he's ten years old. You would ''never'' guess this from his efficient, calculating, highly intelligent on-line persona.
** Sakaki in .hack//GU is a similar case: an elementary school student who is on the governing council of one of the largest Guilds in the game and is constantly giving speeches about morality to people much older than he is. [[spoiler:He also tries to TakeOverTheWorld through AIDA in order to enforce his standards of morality on everyone.]]

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* In the [[Franchise/DotHack .hack]] ''Franchise/DotHack'' series, Wiseman. At the time of the original games, he's ten years old. You would ''never'' guess this from his efficient, calculating, highly intelligent on-line persona.
** Sakaki in .hack//GU in ''VideoGame/DotHackGU'' is a similar case: an elementary school student who is on the governing council of one of the largest Guilds in the game and is constantly giving speeches about morality to people much older than he is. [[spoiler:He also tries to TakeOverTheWorld through AIDA in order to enforce his standards of morality on everyone.]]
9th Sep '17 1:28:14 AM SeptimusHeap
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** The first time we see the 9-year-old heroine Nanoha she's pondering the direction and purpose of her life. Later, when she discovers her powers, she almost immediately takes a responsible view of them akin to Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}}, except her wakeup call was ''property damage'' rather than the death of a loved one. Her parents also don't seem to mind their daughter taking time off from school to chase after magical artifacts.

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** The first time we see the 9-year-old heroine Nanoha she's pondering the direction and purpose of her life. Later, when she discovers her powers, she almost immediately takes a responsible view of them akin to Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}}, Comicbook/SpiderMan, except her wakeup call was ''property damage'' rather than the death of a loved one. Her parents also don't seem to mind their daughter taking time off from school to chase after magical artifacts.
16th Aug '17 12:14:10 PM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', all of the students with the exception of [[CheerfulChild Butters]] have shown to be consistently more intelligent than the adults especially in the later episodes and understand many complex things. The basis of the main plot of the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" is Cartman feeling too mature for his friends ([[IgnorantOfTheirOwnIgnorance He isn't.]]) and attempting to make friends with adults. [[{{Shotacon}} It worked far too well.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', all of the students with the exception of [[CheerfulChild Butters]] have shown to be consistently more intelligent than the adults especially in the later episodes and understand many complex things. The basis of the main plot of the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" is Cartman feeling too mature for his friends ([[IgnorantOfTheirOwnIgnorance He isn't.]]) and attempting to make friends with adults. [[{{Shotacon}} It worked far too well.]]
5th Aug '17 6:49:04 AM KingNine
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* Haru from ''Manga/{{Beastars}}'' is more mature than the average third year student especially in regards to relationships and intimacy. As Juno puts it.
-->"Why is this bunny so mature? [...] She talks like a grown-up, but sounds like a child."
16th Jul '17 11:44:52 AM StFan
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* Zodon from ''ComicBook/PS238'', due to his [[ImpossiblyHighIQ four-digit IQ]], has the mental age of a ''very'' cynical thirty-year-old in a seven-year-old body and most of his actions tend to fly over the heads of his classmates as a result. Another offender would be Victor Vonfogg, who is just about as smart (but more prone to stereotypical EvilGenius behavior).

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* Zodon from ''ComicBook/PS238'', ''ComicBook/PS238'':
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due to his [[ImpossiblyHighIQ four-digit IQ]], has the mental age of a ''very'' cynical thirty-year-old in a seven-year-old body and most of his actions tend to fly over the heads of his classmates as a result. result.
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Another offender would be Victor Vonfogg, who is just about as smart (but more prone to stereotypical EvilGenius behavior).



* Huey, Dewey and Louie, the nephews of DonaldDuck, frequently come across this way in the stories of Creator/CarlBarks. Of course, next to ill-tempered, irresponsible, immature "Unca Donald" and even greedy, miserly, tunnel-visioned [[ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck Uncle Scrooge]], it doesn't take much to be the most responsible ones in the room, especially when aided by a HiveMind and a GreatBigBookOfEverything.

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* Huey, Dewey and Louie, the nephews of DonaldDuck, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, frequently come across this way in the stories of Creator/CarlBarks. Of course, next to ill-tempered, irresponsible, immature "Unca Donald" and even greedy, miserly, tunnel-visioned [[ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck Uncle Scrooge]], it doesn't take much to be the most responsible ones in the room, especially when aided by a HiveMind and a GreatBigBookOfEverything.



* Layla Miller from ''Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}''. [[CatchPhrase She knows stuff]]. It was eventually revealed that she's like that because [[spoiler: her future self loaded her memories into the brain of her present self]].
* Damian Wayne from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', son of Bruce and Talia al-Ghul, starts out as your average BrattyHalfPint. Slowly, beginning in ''Batman and Robin'', under the constant tutelage of Dick Grayson and after being given a couple of lessons in teamwork by Tim Drake, sheds his brash cockiness, evolving into an overtly serious, competent but gloomy hero. Basically, a little clone of his daddy. Stephanie Brown, the third ''Batgirl'' (not counting Helena Bertinelli) comes actually to pity his utter inability to act his age anymore, being a ten-year-old kid unable to play or interact with other children, but deadly competent in crimefighting and investigation, with snarker-tendencies.
* [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bruce Wayne]] himself, in several renditions of the mythos, is known to have ''never smiled again'' after the unfortunate death of his parents, shedding his childhood at once to hasten his growth into the deadly crime-fighter we know currently. Lampshaded in the animated retelling of the mythos, ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', where, after [[FountainOfYouth temporarily being turned into children by a magical spell]], ComicBook/WonderWoman merrily quips how it was kind of nice to be a kid again. Batman simply shrugs, and shatters her joyful spirit by muttering "I haven't been a kid since I was eight years old."

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* Layla Miller from ''Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}''.''Comicbook/XFactor''. [[CatchPhrase She knows stuff]]. It was eventually revealed that she's like that because [[spoiler: her future self loaded her memories into the brain of her present self]].
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Damian Wayne from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', Wayne, son of Bruce and Talia al-Ghul, starts out as your average BrattyHalfPint. Slowly, beginning in ''Batman and Robin'', under the constant tutelage of Dick Grayson and after being given a couple of lessons in teamwork by Tim Drake, sheds his brash cockiness, evolving into an overtly serious, competent but gloomy hero. Basically, a little clone of his daddy. Stephanie Brown, the third ''Batgirl'' (not counting Helena Bertinelli) comes actually to pity his utter inability to act his age anymore, being a ten-year-old kid unable to play or interact with other children, but deadly competent in crimefighting and investigation, with snarker-tendencies.
* [[Franchise/{{Batman}} ** Bruce Wayne]] Wayne himself, in several renditions of the mythos, is known to have ''never smiled again'' after the unfortunate death of his parents, shedding his childhood at once to hasten his growth into the deadly crime-fighter we know currently. Lampshaded in the animated retelling of the mythos, ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', where, after [[FountainOfYouth temporarily being turned into children by a magical spell]], ComicBook/WonderWoman merrily quips how it was kind of nice to be a kid again. Batman simply shrugs, and shatters her joyful spirit by muttering "I haven't been a kid since I was eight years old."



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* Huey Freeman in ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'', moreso than the show below. Especially as time goes on and his character is fleshed out. To the point where his lawyer neighbor often comes to him for poignant, intellectual conversation instead to his political-activist wife.
* Linus from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' is often a good source of advice.
* Calvin of ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''. He has [[BookDumb no grasp of basic math]], [[BrilliantButLazy zero work ethic]], and a severe case of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADD]], but often shows a grasp of complex philosophical principles.
* Little Orphan Annie shocks adults in her world with her pluck, charisma and knowledge of business and philosophy. Plus thanks to training while the ward of Daddy Warbucks, a substantial knowledge of boxing and karate.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' fanfic, ''FanFic/NeverHadAFriendLikeMe'', [[OriginalCharacter Amanda]] often cleans the house while her parents are away and can prepare basic meals for herself despite only being 8. She also figures out that Timmy has Fairy Godparents after less than two days of knowing him (though to be fair, she had the advantage of actually knowing that Fairies do exist) and has the self-restraint and responsibility not to make a wish for two months when most adults immediately start recklessly making wishes as well as recognizing that magic is not a cure-all solution (pointing out that she doesn't want friends who only put up with her because she used magic). [[JerkassGenie Norm]] even [[{{Lampshade}} remarks]] that Amanda is smarter and more mature then most [[AdultsAreUseless adults]] he's met. This is something of a deconstruction however as the reason she's so responsible is because of the [[ParentalNeglect severe neglect her parents]] treat her with, meaning she had to grow up early to cope with her family life.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' fanfic, fanfic ''FanFic/NeverHadAFriendLikeMe'', [[OriginalCharacter Amanda]] often cleans the house while her parents are away and can prepare basic meals for herself despite only being 8. She also figures out that Timmy has Fairy Godparents after less than two days of knowing him (though to be fair, she had the advantage of actually knowing that Fairies do exist) and has the self-restraint and responsibility not to make a wish for two months when most adults immediately start recklessly making wishes as well as recognizing that magic is not a cure-all solution (pointing out that she doesn't want friends who only put up with her because she used magic). [[JerkassGenie Norm]] even [[{{Lampshade}} remarks]] that Amanda is smarter and more mature then most [[AdultsAreUseless adults]] he's met. This is something of a deconstruction however as the reason she's so responsible is because of the [[ParentalNeglect severe neglect her parents]] treat her with, meaning she had to grow up early to cope with her family life.



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* Huey Freeman in ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'', moreso than the show below. Especially as time goes on and his character is fleshed out. To the point where his lawyer neighbor often comes to him for poignant, intellectual conversation instead to his political-activist wife.
* Linus from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' is often a good source of advice.
* Calvin of ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''. He has [[BookDumb no grasp of basic math]], [[BrilliantButLazy zero work ethic]], and a severe case of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADD]], but often shows a grasp of complex philosophical principles.
* Little Orphan Annie shocks adults in her world with her pluck, charisma and knowledge of business and philosophy. Plus thanks to training while the ward of Daddy Warbucks, a substantial knowledge of boxing and karate.

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* Huey Freeman This is a usual portrayal of child Venerables, Blesseds and/or Saints in ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'', moreso than the show below. Especially as time goes on Roman Catholic Church. Examples: Saint Maria Goretti (12), Saint Agnes of Rome (13), Saint Domenico Savio (15), Sts. Francisco and Jacinta Marto (11 and 9, respectively), Venerable Antonietta "Nennolina" Meo (''7''), etc.
* For that matter, just remember 12-year-old Jesus
and his character is fleshed out. To behavior in the point Scriptures, when Mary and Joseph lost track of him. When found, he told her that she needn't have worried, and asked why they hadn't checked his father's house first. Mary and Joseph found Jesus ''discoursing with grown men on the scripture'' when they finally checked the temple after three days of searching.. He was exactly where his lawyer neighbor often comes He knew He had to him for poignant, intellectual conversation instead to his political-activist wife.
be: in His Father's house. (Luke 2:49)
* Linus David (before he even became King) could be interpreted as this.
* Invoked by Elihu
from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' is often a good source of advice.
* Calvin of ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''. He has [[BookDumb no grasp of basic math]], [[BrilliantButLazy zero work ethic]],
the Literature/BookOfJob:
--> "I am young in years,
and a severe case of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADD]], but often shows a grasp of complex philosophical principles.
* Little Orphan Annie shocks adults in her world with her pluck, charisma and knowledge of business and philosophy. Plus thanks
you are old; that is why I was fearful, not daring to training while tell you what I know ... But it is the ward spirit in a person, the breath of Daddy Warbucks, a substantial knowledge of boxing and karate.the Almighty, that gives them understanding. It is not only the old who are wise ... Therefore I say: Listen to me; I too will tell you what I know."



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* This is a usual portrayal of child Venerables, Blesseds and/or Saints in the Roman Catholic Church. Examples: Saint Maria Goretti (12), Saint Agnes of Rome (13), Saint Domenico Savio (15), Sts. Francisco and Jacinta Marto (11 and 9, respectively), Venerable Antonietta "Nennolina" Meo (''7''), etc.
* For that matter, just remember 12-year-old Jesus and his behavior in the Scriptures, when Mary and Joseph lost track of him. When found, he told her that she needn't have worried, and asked why they hadn't checked his father's house first. Mary and Joseph found Jesus ''discoursing with grown men on the scripture'' when they finally checked the temple after three days of searching.. He was exactly where He knew He had to be: in His Father's house. (Luke 2:49)
* David (before he even became King) could be interpreted as this.
* Invoked by Elihu from the Literature/BookOfJob:
--> "I am young in years, and you are old; that is why I was fearful, not daring to tell you what I know ... But it is the spirit in a person, the breath of the Almighty, that gives them understanding. It is not only the old who are wise ... Therefore I say: Listen to me; I too will tell you what I know."
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* Elisabetta Barbados, the (13-year-old) Child Empress as is known, in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy''. Not only she governs the largest empire of the game's setting but is also very good at fencing, being said she'll overtake her mentor Kisidan -a badass himself-.

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* Elisabetta Barbados, the (13-year-old) Child Empress as is known, in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy''. Not only she governs the largest empire of the game's setting but is also very good at fencing, being said she'll overtake her mentor Kisidan -a -- a badass himself-.himself.



* In both [[WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}} the original series]] and [[WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp the spin-off]], Susie Carmichael's shown to be very mature for her age--at only three years old, she was already fluent in French ''and'' knew where human babies really came from (which she told Angelica, but Angelica didn't believe her). However, taking into consideration how Susie's mom, Lucy, is a [[SuperDoc doctor]] (and one of the specialities she practices is obstetrics), the latter probably shouldn't come as too much of a surprise.
** Susie's older brother, Edwin, is a much better example.
* Lisa Simpson on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', and this has quite often been a plot point of the show. In fact, one episode had Mayor Quimby surprised that she's a child, saying that he always thought she was a midget--Lisa explains that she ''isn't'' and that the preferred term is "little person."
** All of the elementary School kids (except Ralph Wiggum) seem fairly mature for their mature for their age--although not all are as mature as Lisa.

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* In both [[WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}} the original series]] ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' series and [[WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp the spin-off]], spin-off ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'', Susie Carmichael's shown to be very mature for her age--at only three years old, she was already fluent in French ''and'' knew where human babies really came from (which she told Angelica, but Angelica didn't believe her). However, taking into consideration how Susie's mom, Lucy, is a [[SuperDoc doctor]] (and one of the specialities she practices is obstetrics), the latter probably shouldn't come as too much of a surprise.
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surprise. Susie's older brother, Edwin, is a much better example.
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Lisa Simpson on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Simpson, and this has quite often been a plot point of the show. In fact, one episode had has Mayor Quimby surprised that she's a child, saying that he always thought she was a midget--Lisa midget -- Lisa explains that she ''isn't'' and that the preferred term is "little person."
** All of the elementary School kids (except Ralph Wiggum) seem fairly mature for their mature for their age--although age -- although not all are as mature as Lisa.



* Mac from ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', who's become more mature to counteract his freewheeling and borderline JerkAss friend, Bloo.

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* Mac from ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', who's become more mature to counteract his freewheeling and borderline JerkAss {{Jerkass}} friend, Bloo.



** Speaking of which, Katara is probably the best example of this. From a very young age, she has had to act as a mother to her family and her brother, and her actions and reactions throughout the series reflect this very strongly. Though she occasionally has "childish" instances (half the time just to make a point), the series treats her as the group's mother figure and caretaker. Take this dialogue from the very first episode:
--->'''Katara''': ''(while penguin sledding)'' I haven't done this since I was a kid!
--->'''Aang''': You still ''are'' a kid!
** Considering Katara's background, that line becomes particularly [[TearJerker poignant and bittersweet]].

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** Speaking of which, Katara is probably the best example of this. From a very young age, she has had to act as a mother to her family and her brother, and her actions and reactions throughout the series reflect this very strongly. Though she occasionally has "childish" instances (half the time just to make a point), the series treats her as the group's mother figure and caretaker. Take this dialogue from the very first episode:
--->'''Katara''': ''(while penguin sledding)'' I haven't done this since I was a kid!
--->'''Aang''': You still ''are'' a kid!
** Considering
episode. (Considering Katara's background, that line becomes particularly [[TearJerker poignant and bittersweet]].)
--->'''Katara:''' ''[while penguin sledding]'' I haven't done this since I was a kid!\\
'''Aang:''' You still ''are'' a kid!



* Jeremie Belpois of ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' is not just the leader of the FiveManBand, but devises all the planning and strategies in the fight against XANA, sometimes even keeping ahead of the malevolent AI. Hence, even for a TeenGenius, he proves much more mature and serious that could be expected from any 11/12-year-old. At least, as long as Aelita isn't directly involved...then he can get emotional and show his true age.

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* Jeremie Jérémie Belpois of ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' is not just the leader of the FiveManBand, but devises all the planning and strategies in the fight against XANA, sometimes even keeping ahead of the malevolent AI.A.I. Hence, even for a TeenGenius, he proves much more mature and serious that could be expected from any 11/12-year-old. At least, as long as Aelita isn't directly involved... then he can get emotional and show his true age.



* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', all of the students with the exception of [[CheerfulChild Butters]] have shown to be consistently more intelligent than the adults especially in the later episodes and understand many complex things.
** The basis of the main plot of the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" is Cartman feeling too mature for his friends ([[IgnorantOfTheirOwnIgnorance He isn't.]]) and attempting to make friends with adults. [[{{Shotacon}} It worked far too well.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', all of the students with the exception of [[CheerfulChild Butters]] have shown to be consistently more intelligent than the adults especially in the later episodes and understand many complex things.
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things. The basis of the main plot of the episode "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" is Cartman feeling too mature for his friends ([[IgnorantOfTheirOwnIgnorance He isn't.]]) and attempting to make friends with adults. [[{{Shotacon}} It worked far too well.]]



* Members of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' sometimes show signs of this trope, which can ironically imply that they can be more mature than some of the villians they face.
** Especially Numbuhs 1 and 5. They've both been in life-threatening situations too many times to count, Numbuh 5's got the wisdom of somebody at least twice her age, and Numbuh 1 has a relationship with his girlfriend that some grown men would envy. ''They're both 10-11 years old''. Numbuh 5's arguably the most mature of the main characters, especially taking into consideration how she's often the OnlySaneWoman.

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* Members of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' sometimes show signs of this trope, which can ironically imply that they can be more mature than some of the villians villains they face.
** Especially Numbuhs 1 One and 5. Five. They've both been in life-threatening situations too many times to count, count. Numbuh 5's Five's got the wisdom of somebody at least twice her age, and Numbuh 1 One has a relationship with his girlfriend that some grown men would envy. ''They're both 10-11 years old''. Numbuh 5's Five's arguably the most mature of the main characters, especially taking into consideration how she's often the OnlySaneWoman.



* In Nick's new [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]], Leonardo is responsible for the lives of his three brothers, the protection of his home and sensei, and occasionally the fate of the city. He's ''fifteen years old'' (no older than the rest of his brothers).

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* In Nick's new [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 Teenage ''WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]], Turtles|2012}}, Leonardo is responsible for the lives of his three brothers, the protection of his home and sensei, and occasionally the fate of the city. He's ''fifteen years old'' (no older than the rest of his brothers).
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** In ''The Black Cauldron'', he briefly becomes this through magical aid. Gwydion predicts that if Taran manages to live long enough, he'll earn the real deal; and as noted above, numerous painful sacrifices eventually lead to him being this on his own.
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