History PetTheDog / VideoGames

19th Jun '16 3:24:55 PM Zuxtron
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* Dio from ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. Although not shiown in game, WordOfGod has said that the cold-hearted, murderous terrorist once saved a stray cat.

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* Dio from ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. Although not shiown shown in game, WordOfGod has said that the cold-hearted, murderous terrorist once saved a stray cat. cat.
* Frank from VideoGame/LifeIsStrange provides a rather literal example. Although he is presented as a dangerous and violent drug dealer who often threatens Max and Chloe in his quest to get the money he is owed, it is shown that he has a soft spot for dogs. Talking to a certain police officer can reveal that he once rescued a bunch of fight dogs, one of which he kept as his pet and companion. Another, less literal example, is if [[spoiler:you get on his good side during the confrontation in episode 4 and convince him to help you find Rachel.]] If you do that, he'll also [[spoiler:give Chloe her gun back if he took it during an earlier episode.]]
30th May '16 12:52:19 AM Doug86
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** In the Sengoku ending of WarriorsOrochi, [[GenkiGirl Xiao]] [[MoeBlob Qiao]] gets upset when the three main characters (Nobunaga, Uesugi Kenshin, and Takeda Shingen) start trading not-so-veiled threats at each other, so Nobunaga chuckles and pats her on the head. (ItsAllThereInTheManual - Xiao Qiao reminds him of his sister Oichi.)

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** In the Sengoku ending of WarriorsOrochi, [[GenkiGirl Xiao]] [[MoeBlob Qiao]] gets upset when the three main characters (Nobunaga, Uesugi Kenshin, and Takeda Shingen) start trading not-so-veiled threats at each other, so Nobunaga chuckles and pats her on the head. (ItsAllThereInTheManual (It's AllThereInTheManual - Xiao Qiao reminds him of his sister Oichi.)



* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': In the [[ItsAllThereInTheManual supplemental comics]], the otherwise morally questionable mercenaries draw the line when children are involved, and always act kindly towards them. (Even if, in the case of BLU Spy, "acting kindly" means [[spoiler: teaching a little kid how to use an icicle as a weapon so he doesn't get kidnapped]].)

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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': In the [[ItsAllThereInTheManual [[AllThereInTheManual supplemental comics]], the otherwise morally questionable mercenaries draw the line when children are involved, and always act kindly towards them. (Even if, in the case of BLU Spy, "acting kindly" means [[spoiler: teaching a little kid how to use an icicle as a weapon so he doesn't get kidnapped]].)
18th Apr '16 8:40:53 AM Godzillafan93
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*** Dean Domino is also this. He's a complete and total bastard (and an unrepentant one too) but if you're decent to him in spite of this, what is potentially a boss fight turns into the two of you actively working together to escape a death-trap riddled theater. Upon encountering Domino for the first time here, he's genuinely happy to see you, exclaiming "Hey, partner! Nice to see a friendly face!" before explaining how to help him. His epilogue, should you have befriended him, is also this, since it suggests some part of him really does feel bad for the things he's done.
29th Feb '16 3:24:06 PM dayday2121
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**Another much more surprising one is on one certain quest involving a [[spoiler: ghoul child]] one of the many things he's a FantasticRacist about, if brought along he reassures the [[spoiler:child]] that he'll help him [[spoiler: find his parents]] and seems very concern over his safety.
31st Jan '16 1:02:08 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* Travis Touchdown of ''NoMoreHeroes'', a perverted, BloodKnight {{Otaku}}, has a thing for cats. He owns a Scottish Fold, Jeane, which he can interact with in both games and one of the jobs in the first game has him finding runaway cats.

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* Travis Touchdown of ''NoMoreHeroes'', ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'', a perverted, BloodKnight {{Otaku}}, has a thing for cats. He owns a Scottish Fold, Jeane, which he can interact with in both games and one of the jobs in the first game has him finding runaway cats.
22nd Jan '16 9:08:51 PM nowaymanguy
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* Dio from ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. Although not shiown in game, WordOfGod has said that the cold-hearted, murderous terrorist once saved a stray cat.
3rd Jan '16 9:03:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'': At the end of the Normal Path, [[spoiler: Gig admits his regret over everything Drazil made him do, taking responsibility since he still enjoyed what he did even though his personality was changed.]]

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* ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'': ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'': At the end of the Normal Path, [[spoiler: Gig admits his regret over everything Drazil made him do, taking responsibility since he still enjoyed what he did even though his personality was changed.]]
31st Dec '15 4:44:46 AM thatmadork
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** Even ''you'' can get a few. You will be very likely playing as some form of AntiHero, anyway. For example, with a high Charisma score, you can play with the [[BarbarianTribe Boomer]] children and give them toys. Regardless of your [[KarmaMeter alignment]].

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** Even ''you'' can get a few. You will be very likely playing as some form of AntiHero, anyway. For example, with a high Charisma score, you can play with the [[BarbarianTribe Boomer]] children and give them toys. Regardless of your [[KarmaMeter alignment]].#
* Quite literally in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', Paladin Danse is an utmost supporter of the Brotherhood of Steel and their ideals, and shows nothing but sneering condescension (if not outright hostility) to your other companions when switching them out. When you switch out [[CanineCompanion Dogmeat]] for him, however:
-->'''Dogmeat''': ''(sad whimper)''
-->'''Danse''': Don't worry, boy. I'll make sure this soldier comes home alive.
22nd Dec '15 10:30:31 AM case
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'': During the game's final story, [[spoiler:Eggman sets aside his rivalry with Sonic and company to stop the ARK from crashing into the earth. While the credits roll, we see Eggman having a friendly conversation with Tails about how he used to idolize his grandfather (the man responsible for almost destroying the world this time).]]

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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''
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''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'': During the game's final story, [[spoiler:Eggman sets aside his rivalry with Sonic and company to stop the ARK from crashing into the earth. While the credits roll, we see Eggman having a friendly conversation with Tails about how he used to idolize his grandfather (the man responsible for almost destroying the world this time).]]
** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'': Again in the final story, [[spoiler:Eggman assists Sonic's friends in bringing him back to life to stop the end of all existence.]]
** ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'': Eggman falls off a cliff as a consequence of trying to keep Sonic safe (they're teaming up against a bigger threat), [[spoiler:though in this case, he had engineered his sacrifice so he would be able to surprise Sonic later on after the bigger threat was taken care of.
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18th Dec '15 11:15:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' has a GiantMook named Lenny, who is a recurring foe on the first disc. On the second disc, however, one {{Sidequest}} reveals that he spends considerable amounts of time petting the dog. Among other things: he saved an old woman from muggers, he sent one mook with an ailing mother to report to their boss and thus saved him from certain death on the next mission, and he made a poor thief self-sufficient by teaching him math (which helped him get a job).

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* ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' has a GiantMook named Lenny, who is a recurring foe on the first disc. On the second disc, however, one {{Sidequest}} reveals that he spends considerable amounts of time petting the dog. Among other things: he saved an old woman from muggers, he sent one mook with an ailing mother to report to their boss and thus saved him from certain death on the next mission, and he made a poor thief self-sufficient by teaching him math (which helped him get a job).
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