09:06:23 AM Dec 23rd 2011
How is P4's protagonist helping his investigation team members with their inner feelings count as this trope? Any violence in those paths tend not to have any extrapolating of the friends' moves. Same for Lyner from Ar tonelico, and I suppose there are other examples mistakenly listed :/ I'll remove those example entries until I see some reasoning behind it. It seems they were added because the "Warrior Therapists" in questions were badass and were able to learn more about others' more hidden details, but there is never any violence towards them from the protagonists.
04:46:47 AM Jul 10th 2011
Almost certainly not an example: a teacher hitting a student is not a warrior extrapolating his opponent's character from his moves. [[folder: Real Life ]]
- This can be a popular teaching method in various kinds of Buddhism. Some Zen monks became downright notorious for whaling on students on the quest for enlightenment. Smacking a student is often considered a perfectly legitimate and meritorious teaching method, and a great way to respond to: a stupid question, a stupid answer, a stupid expression, a stupid prank, and even a stupid unspoken thought. You have to keep on your toes around those monks!
11:23:19 PM Apr 13th 2010
Okay, so I go to this page, "Warrior The Rapist," expecting some sort of evil version or other similar counterpart to the "Warrior Therapist." As it turns out, these pages are identical at a casual glance, yet there's nothing about alternate titles with either of them, so they're actually two different pages that are exactly the same for some reason (except for the title). So, should Warrior The Rapist get deleted as redundant, or should somebody take advantage of this serendipitous accident as a possible new trope title?
06:20:37 AM Apr 14th 2010
If Warrior The Rapist gets deleted, so does Warrior Therapist. It's the same title, just capitalized differently.
11:13:47 AM Apr 14th 2010
Ah, "The Problem with Pen Island." I see it now. Still darned wierd to have that come up as a separate entry on a search, though.
03:20:37 PM Apr 9th 2010