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10th Aug '16 6:27:10 PM Winterbornbree
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** An old man in the episode "Free the Future", while Android 18 was blowing things up after getting angered with Android 17 for killing a boy she thought was cute, attempted to shoot Android 17 (as that boy was in fact his son). It failed, because Android 17 was resistant to gunfire, and needed saving by the time Trunks arrived.

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** An old man in the episode "Free the Future", while Future". While Android 18 was blowing things up after getting angered with Android 17 for killing a boy she thought was cute, the old man attempted to shoot Android 17 (as that boy was in fact his son). It failed, because Android 17 was resistant to gunfire, and needed saving by the time Trunks arrived.
28th Jul '16 2:48:44 PM lolface123
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** When a traumatized and nearly dead [[spoiler: Future Trunks]] reappears in the present timeline of ''Dragon Ball Super'', Vegeta's reaction crosses somewhere between shock and outright [[TranquilFury enraged that someone went after his son.]] And once Vegeta finds out exactly what [[spoiler: Black Goku]] has done to his [[spoiler: Future]] wife and son, he's more than willing to [[ItsPersonal rip him to pieces]].

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** When a traumatized and nearly dead [[spoiler: Future Trunks]] reappears in the present timeline of ''Dragon Ball Super'', Vegeta's reaction crosses somewhere between shock and outright [[TranquilFury enraged that someone went after his son.]] And once Vegeta finds out exactly what [[spoiler: Black Goku]] has done to his [[spoiler: Future]] wife and son, he's more than willing to [[ItsPersonal rip him him]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge to pieces]].
26th Jul '16 12:51:04 PM Willbyr
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* While not a biological father, Sousou/Cao Cao from ''IkkiTousen'' is this towards his friends. So much, that his SuperpoweredEvilSide took full control of him whenever he saw them in danger. It first happened with [[spoiler:his UnluckyChildhoodFriend Chuukou (he thought the bullies at their judo club were attempting to rape her)]], and later with [[spoiler:his {{Bash Brother|s}} Kakouton (who lost his eye while shielding him))]]. And in the anime series, he also recruited [[spoiler: Myousai]] by protecting her from a rapist and offering her a chance to be his subordinate and fighter instead of [[spoiler: a ChildSoldier.]]

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* While not a biological father, Sousou/Cao Cao from ''IkkiTousen'' ''Manga/IkkiTousen'' is this towards his friends. So much, that his SuperpoweredEvilSide took full control of him whenever he saw them in danger. It first happened with [[spoiler:his UnluckyChildhoodFriend Chuukou (he thought the bullies at their judo club were attempting to rape her)]], and later with [[spoiler:his {{Bash Brother|s}} Kakouton (who lost his eye while shielding him))]]. And in the anime series, he also recruited [[spoiler: Myousai]] by protecting her from a rapist and offering her a chance to be his subordinate and fighter instead of [[spoiler: a ChildSoldier.]]
2nd Jul '16 9:25:59 PM karategal
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** When a traumatized and nearly dead [[spoiler: Future Trunks]] reappears in the present timeline of ''Dragon Ball Super'', Vegeta's reaction crosses somewhere between shock and outright [[TranquilFury enraged]] [[PapaWolf that someone went after his son.]] And once Vegeta finds out exactly what [[spoiler: Black Goku]] has done to his [[spoiler: Future]] wife and son, he's more than willing to [[ItsPersonal rip him to pieces]].

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** When a traumatized and nearly dead [[spoiler: Future Trunks]] reappears in the present timeline of ''Dragon Ball Super'', Vegeta's reaction crosses somewhere between shock and outright [[TranquilFury enraged]] [[PapaWolf enraged that someone went after his son.]] And once Vegeta finds out exactly what [[spoiler: Black Goku]] has done to his [[spoiler: Future]] wife and son, he's more than willing to [[ItsPersonal rip him to pieces]].
30th Jun '16 10:34:00 PM karategal
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** When a traumatized and nearly dead [[spoiler: Future Trunks]] reappears in the present timeline of ''Dragon Ball Super'', Vegeta's reaction crosses somewhere between shock and outright [[TranquilFury enraged]] [[PapaWolf that someone went after his son.]] And once Vegeta finds out exactly what [[spoiler: Black Goku]] has done to his [[spoiler: Future]] wife and son, he's more than willing to [[ItsPersonal rip him to pieces]].
21st Jun '16 2:01:31 PM Willbyr
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* ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' gives us a number of examples. The most prominent ones are [[BadassGrandpa Hayato Furinji]], who's a Grandpa Wolf for his biological granddaughter Miu and also for Kenichi to a degree; Sakaki Shio and Apachai Hopachai, two of the Ryozanpakou masters who train Kenichi and will go all-out to protect him if he's in serious trouble; and most recently [[spoiler:''the BigBad himself'', Saiga Furinji, who joined Kenichi's group in disguise to [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes rescue the kidnapped Miu, his daughter]].]]

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* ''KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'' gives us a number of examples. The most prominent ones are [[BadassGrandpa Hayato Furinji]], who's a Grandpa Wolf for his biological granddaughter Miu and also for Kenichi to a degree; Sakaki Shio and Apachai Hopachai, two of the Ryozanpakou masters who train Kenichi and will go all-out to protect him if he's in serious trouble; and most recently [[spoiler:''the BigBad himself'', Saiga Furinji, who joined Kenichi's group in disguise to [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes rescue the kidnapped Miu, his daughter]].]]



* Despite being the hero of ''LoneWolfAndCub'', Ogami Itto averts this trope. He considers his four-year old son to be something more akin to a [[TrueCompanions True Companion]] than a child in need of protection. While he will walk through hell to help his battle buddy, as any samurai should, death in the line of duty is a professional hazard, and not something to be shied away from. Not even if you're four.

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* Despite being the hero of ''LoneWolfAndCub'', ''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub'', Ogami Itto averts this trope. He considers his four-year old son to be something more akin to a [[TrueCompanions True Companion]] {{True Companion|s}} than a child in need of protection. While he will walk through hell to help his battle buddy, as any samurai should, death in the line of duty is a professional hazard, and not something to be shied away from. Not even if you're four.
26th May '16 11:50:45 AM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Pluto}}'', love for his child broke through a robot's [[ThreeLawsCompliant aversion to killing]], and was then used against him to kill him.

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* In ''{{Pluto}}'', ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'', love for his child broke through a robot's [[ThreeLawsCompliant aversion to killing]], and was then used against him to kill him.
25th May '16 10:52:02 AM lolface123
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28th Mar '16 9:15:53 AM ObsidianFire
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' gives us the tragic deconstruction of [[spoiler:[[BareFistedMonk Yukyuzan Anji]] from the Juppongatana]]. There was a [[FriendToAllLivingThings peaceful, gentle Buddhist monk]] who sheltered the children of rebels against the Meiji Government. The villagers didn't like it, [[MoralEventHorizon so they ambushed the monk, injured him and burnt the orphanage along with the children, killing them all.]] Poor monk [[FreakOut snapped]], subjected himself to TrainingFromHell for five years and bloodily killed all the villagers responsible with his own bare hands. [[spoiler:And that's how Anji [[StartOfDarkness joined]] [[BigBad Makoto Shishio]], since the ''very'' GenreSavvy Shishio let him [[MoralityPet have credibility to spare lives if he wished so]] in return for recruiting him. And he did it, saving Misao from Usui's stab InTheBack at one point.]]

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' gives us the tragic deconstruction of [[spoiler:[[BareFistedMonk Yukyuzan Anji]] from the Juppongatana]]. There was a [[FriendToAllLivingThings peaceful, gentle Buddhist monk]] who sheltered the children of rebels against the Meiji Government. The villagers didn't like it, [[MoralEventHorizon so they ambushed the monk, injured him and burnt the orphanage along with the children, killing them all.]] Poor monk [[FreakOut snapped]], subjected himself to TrainingFromHell for five years and bloodily killed all the villagers responsible with his own bare hands. [[spoiler:And that's how Anji [[StartOfDarkness joined]] [[BigBad Makoto Shishio]], since the ''very'' GenreSavvy Shishio let him [[MoralityPet have credibility to spare lives if he wished so]] in return for recruiting him. And he did it, saving Misao from Usui's stab InTheBack at one point.]]



* In an odd example, the titular HumongousMecha from ''Anime/SpaceRunawayIdeon''. Its NewPowersAsThePlotDemands are almost always activated by children being in danger. Some of the DangerouslyGenreSavvy characters even try to deliberately utilize this.

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* In an odd example, the titular HumongousMecha from ''Anime/SpaceRunawayIdeon''. Its NewPowersAsThePlotDemands are almost always activated by children being in danger. Some of the DangerouslyGenreSavvy smarter characters even try to deliberately utilize this.
25th Mar '16 8:53:13 AM Willbyr
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* ''DragonBall'' and its sequels have a lot of dads, but the grand master of this trope is Piccolo, to the point where his constant and epically badass rescues of his pupil Gohan become something of a RunningGag.

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* ''DragonBall'' ''Manga/DragonBall'' and its sequels have a lot of dads, but the grand master of this trope is Piccolo, to the point where his constant and epically badass rescues of his pupil Gohan become something of a RunningGag.
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