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24th Apr '16 3:52:28 AM erforce
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* Jen Tate in ''{{Primal}}''.

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* Jen Tate in ''{{Primal}}''.''VideoGame/{{Primal}}''.
24th Apr '16 3:51:44 AM erforce
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* Johnny Cage, perhaps best demonstrated in MortalKombat9. He was lured to the tournament under the impression that it was a publicity stunt and fights- and ''defeats''- both Reptile and Baraka fully believing them to be guys in makeup. On top of that, he [[spoiler: outlives TheChosenOne and is one of the game's few survivors]].

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* Johnny Cage, perhaps best demonstrated in MortalKombat9.''VideoGame/MortalKombat9''. He was lured to the tournament under the impression that it was a publicity stunt and fights- and ''defeats''- both Reptile and Baraka fully believing them to be guys in makeup. On top of that, he [[spoiler: outlives TheChosenOne and is one of the game's few survivors]].
2nd Mar '16 8:25:37 AM pinkdalek
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* Bartz in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' is even introduced to us as a handsome young wanderer going wherever the wind takes him with a trusty animal companion by his side (if a chocobo instead of the archetypical dog). He mostly ends up saving the multiverse because he fell into it, and while he's got an occasionally cynical side it's mostly to say the sort of things [[AudienceSurrogate the player might be thinking]].
27th Oct '15 8:56:17 AM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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* Johnny Cage, perhaps best demonstrated in MortalKombat9. He was lured to the tournament under the impression that it was a publicity stunt and fights- and ''defeats''- both Reptile and Baraka fully believing them to be guys in makeup.

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* Johnny Cage, perhaps best demonstrated in MortalKombat9. He was lured to the tournament under the impression that it was a publicity stunt and fights- and ''defeats''- both Reptile and Baraka fully believing them to be guys in makeup. On top of that, he [[spoiler: outlives TheChosenOne and is one of the game's few survivors]].
27th Oct '15 8:53:25 AM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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27th Oct '15 8:53:06 AM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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* Johnny Cage, perhaps best demonstrated in MortalKombat9. He was lured to the tournament under the impression that it was a publicity stunt and fights- and ''defeats''- both Reptile and Baraka fully believing them to be guys in makeup.
24th Oct '15 6:42:46 PM nombretomado
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* The main characters of ''ThePrinceOfTennis'' {{Dating Sim}}s often fall into this trope and NaiveEverygirl. In ''Gakuensai no Oujisama'', the main kid was a normal second-year girl who happened to be chosen as the one organizing the SchoolFestival with the tennis boys...

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* The main characters of ''ThePrinceOfTennis'' ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' {{Dating Sim}}s often fall into this trope and NaiveEverygirl. In ''Gakuensai no Oujisama'', the main kid was a normal second-year girl who happened to be chosen as the one organizing the SchoolFestival with the tennis boys...
5th Aug '15 2:56:26 PM Prfnoff
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* The Jester class in VideoGame/DragonQuest3 (known as the Goof-Off in the NES version) and almost every Dragon Quest game thereafter. They are almost always either uncontrollable or very weak or both in battle, and ''every stat'' is a DumpStat except for Luck, which is where all those points went. Their high luck, however, enables them to have much stronger a chance of inflicting a critical hit when they ''do'' successfully attack, and to have a greater chance of a win in the gambling minigames if you can't or don't want to do SaveScumming. Also, in most of the games, after a certain point, they are the only class that can become a Sage (healing AND attack magic) without a special item.

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* The Jester class in VideoGame/DragonQuest3 ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIII'' (known as the Goof-Off in the NES version) and almost every Dragon Quest ''Franchise/DragonQuest'' game thereafter. They are almost always either uncontrollable or very weak or both in battle, and ''every stat'' is a DumpStat except for Luck, which is where all those points went. Their high luck, however, enables them to have much stronger a chance of inflicting a critical hit when they ''do'' successfully attack, and to have a greater chance of a win in the gambling minigames if you can't or don't want to do SaveScumming. Also, in most of the games, after a certain point, they are the only class that can become a Sage (healing AND attack magic) without a special item.
7th Apr '15 5:13:27 AM MrUnderhill
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* In "Franchise/KingdomHearts", [[TheHero Sora]] makes a remarkably good case for this. He was [[TheUnchosenOne never meant to wield a keyblade]] and his standard operating procedure has been to just wander around the worlds [[ChronicHeroSyndrome righting wrongs and beating up bad guys whenever he finds them]]. Characters on both the good and bad sides have noticed how often he [[SpannerInTheWorks screws up their plans]] and [[BeyondTheImpossible makes the impossible seem not only possible, but effortless]], just by [[WildCard being in the right place at the right time and doing what he does best.]]

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* In "Franchise/KingdomHearts", ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', [[TheHero Sora]] makes a remarkably good case for this. He was [[TheUnchosenOne never meant to wield a keyblade]] keyblade]], he runs almost entirely on ThePowerOfFriendship mixed with dumb luck, and his standard operating procedure has been to just wander around the worlds [[ChronicHeroSyndrome righting wrongs and beating up bad guys whenever he finds them]]. Characters on both the good and bad sides have noticed how often he [[SpannerInTheWorks screws up their plans]] and [[BeyondTheImpossible makes the impossible seem not only possible, but effortless]], just by [[WildCard being in the right place at the right time and doing what he does best.]]
7th Apr '15 5:11:35 AM MrUnderhill
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* In "Franchise/KingdomHearts", [[TheHero Sora]] makes a remarkably good case for this. He was [[TheUnchosenOne never meant to wield a keyblade]] and his standard operating procedure has been to just wander around the worlds [[ChronicHeroSyndrome righting wrongs and beating up bad guys whenever he finds them]]. Characters on both the good and bad sides have noticed how often he [[SpannerInTheWorks screws up their plans]] and [[BeyondTheImpossible making the impossible seem not only possible, but effortless]], just by [[WildCard being in the right place at the right time and doing what he does best.]]

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* In "Franchise/KingdomHearts", [[TheHero Sora]] makes a remarkably good case for this. He was [[TheUnchosenOne never meant to wield a keyblade]] and his standard operating procedure has been to just wander around the worlds [[ChronicHeroSyndrome righting wrongs and beating up bad guys whenever he finds them]]. Characters on both the good and bad sides have noticed how often he [[SpannerInTheWorks screws up their plans]] and [[BeyondTheImpossible making makes the impossible seem not only possible, but effortless]], just by [[WildCard being in the right place at the right time and doing what he does best.]]
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