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erics
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05:21:44 PM Feb 29th 2012
I think the Real Life examples need pics to back them up, since most of us only picture them when they were older and grey-haired
Stoogebie
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08:34:55 PM Aug 29th 2011
edited by Stoogebie
It says on the main page that heroic redheads tend more toward lighter/red-blonde hair, while villains veer more toward darker/auburn hair. If that's the case, then couldn't a trope exist for Red Headed Heroes (and maybe villains too) whose hair color is a literal shade of red? I don't know, it seems like an idea.
Caerith
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02:40:40 AM Jun 18th 2011
I could've sworn this article was once much longer, with a page quote, and a commentary on the media depiction of redheads over time. Was I mistaken?
Nobody
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04:13:37 PM Mar 9th 2011
How is this a trope? It's not a trope, it's just someone's hair color.
Stoogebie
08:08:32 PM Jan 1st 2012
It is a trope. Hair of Gold pretty much goes anywhere from "fair hair=good person" to "protagonist/hero who just happens to be a blond". This trope however, refers to characters who...well, it's Exactly What It Says on the Tin. Could be the hero is Hot-Blooded, could be a Sub-Trope of Law of Chromatic Superiority, or hell, maybe the author likes red hair.

Still, it's a trope.
efsfsefsdf
10:05:07 AM Jul 9th 2012
I agree with nobody. A red headed hero isn't special.
Statalyzer
09:34:46 PM Mar 13th 2013
I agree with efsfsefsdf agreeing with nobody. This is People Sit on Chairs except more like People Have Hair That Has Color.
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