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theAdeptrogue
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03:06:16 AM Sep 25th 2013
May I remove the Jesus example from the Religion folder? Good Is Not Nice does not equate evil. And why should His "just" and "merciful" aspects be defined as separate anyway?
Candi
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11:50:33 PM Sep 19th 2013
  • C.S. Friedman's Coldfire Trilogy has Gerald Tarrant, a dark-sword wielding WHPB vampire, who, despite being evil, is still the novel's anti-hero.
    • Except that his hair is COMPLETELY BLACK FOR HIS ENTIRE EXISTANCE. But yeah, other than that....

There appears to be some dispute. Could those who know the work help figure out if this is an example or not?
noparlpf
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06:10:43 PM May 18th 2013
How about Accelerator from Toaru Majutsu no Index? http://toarumajutsunoindex.wikia.com/wiki/Accelerator
SeptimusHeap
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04:42:34 AM Mar 20th 2013
edited by SeptimusHeap
themaniacinthemailbox
11:21:09 AM Apr 30th 2013
Who's the new trope image?
Larkmarn
12:15:44 PM Apr 30th 2013
Looks like the main Mini-Sephiroth from Advent Children.
Kairu
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05:54:39 PM Oct 18th 2012
Shouldn't it be "Bishounen"? The phrase "pretty boy" in english sounds kind of awkward and weird..
Stoogebie
09:00:24 AM Apr 5th 2013
edited by Stoogebie
Way, way too many people who insist on English and/or don't know Japanese enough to understand the word "bishonen". Besides, bishonen literally means "pretty boy" anyway, so I think it works.

My issue is with the rename. It's non-gender-specific, and while a White-Haired Pretty Girl can be evil (ie: Icy from Winx Club, and please don't ask me why I know that), it's more common among male characters.
Sweekun
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06:25:29 PM Apr 5th 2012
What about Takaya Sakaki from Persona 3 and Dave Strider from Homestuck?
dogurasu
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10:22:58 PM Jun 28th 2011
Couldn't the Red Mage from the original Final Fantasy be thought of as a White-Haired Pretty Boy/Girl? Between his/her style of dress and, of course, his/her long white hair... Though, since s/he is a Warrior of Light, s/he is never a villain...
lexicon
11:08:55 PM Jan 6th 2013
I don't know how a character doesn't have gender, but being a Warrior of Light sounds like a White-Haired Pretty Girl. Being a mage (magic user) just supports it further.
narrateeth
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04:56:34 PM May 9th 2011
The Elric-ish villain from Game of Thrones miniseries, who sold his sister off to the Conan type.
LORd
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07:26:10 AM Mar 14th 2010
edited by LORd
Ignore the guy at the top left. And the doll at the bottom right, who belongs in her own section (as do a few others).

Pulled the old trope image because it was attracting a bit too much natter and put a shot of Kaworu from the new Rebuild of Evangelion trailer in place. I hope we can all agree on him to be the quintessential white-haired (okay, Depending on the Artist) anime bishonen?
Stoogebie
09:02:32 AM Apr 5th 2013
Wait, sans that chick at the bottom, those are all guys? (Some of them had me a little confused there...

I dunno, it could go in the Image Links section.
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