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* BigBad: Commander Seagrid.

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* HappilyAdopted: Gusuke.

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The 22nd installment of the long running ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' films. In this story Nobita learns about humanoid birds sighted in Africa and decides to learn to fly on his own. But after an unsuccessful practice round, Nobita, Doraemon, and Shizuka (who had lost her pet canary) meet a young humanoid bird named Gusuke who is from a world known as Birdopia and got stranded flying his makeshift airplane. After the trio help Gusuke fix his airplane and his about to go home, Gian and Suneo grab onto the plane and end up in Birdopia with him. Nobita, Doraemon, and Shizuka follow them to this new world populated by humanoid birds, where the gang learn of a plot to free all birds in the real world by destroying mankind.

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The 22nd installment of the long running ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' ''Manga/{{Doraemon}}'' films. In this story Nobita learns about humanoid birds sighted in Africa and decides to learn to fly on his own. But after an unsuccessful practice round, Nobita, Doraemon, and Shizuka (who had lost her pet canary) meet a young humanoid bird named Gusuke who is from a world known as Birdopia and got stranded flying his makeshift airplane. After the trio help Gusuke fix his airplane and his about to go home, Gian and Suneo grab onto the plane and end up in Birdopia with him. Nobita, Doraemon, and Shizuka follow them to this new world populated by humanoid birds, where the gang learn of a plot to free all birds in the real world by destroying mankind.


* TheOwlKnowingOne: Professor Hou, a great horned owl.

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* TheOwlKnowingOne: Professor Hou, a great horned owl.owl.
* ScavengersAreScum: The main antagonistic bird is a vulture, with crows for henchman. Downplayed in that the vulture is a WellIntentionedExtremist and the crows are likely JustFollowingOrders.
* ShownTheirWork:
** The ostriches have only claw on the inner toe, just like real ostriches.
** While wearing the albatross hat, Gian has to take a running start during take-off. When taking off from land, albatrosses must run to build up gusts for lifting their long wings.
* ToothyBird: The bird-people often show gritting teeth. [[spoiler:Possibly justified in that they're evolved birds.]]
* UnpleasantAnimalCounterpart: The main heroic bird is an eagle, while the main antagonist is a vulture.
* WouldHurtAChild: Seagrid sentences Gian and Suneo to execution just because they're human.
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* HappilyAdopted: Gusuke.

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* HappilyAdopted: Gusuke.Gusuke.
* IAmNotWeasel: Subverted for once when the crow soldiers and an ostrich taxi properly identify Doraemon as a cat (to his joy), but then played straight when Professor Hou called him a tanuki.
* KickTheDog: Seagrid and Babylon mock Gusuke for participating the Icarus Rally when he won't fly on his own.
* NobleBirdOfPrey: Icarus, a large and powerful eagle who allies with the heroes in the final battle. [[spoiler:Gusuke is revealed to be also an eagle, since he's Icarus's long-lost son.]]
* NotSoExtinct: It turns out moas are not extinct but taken to Birdopia so that their populations can recover.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: [[spoiler:Phoenicia is a large dragon-like creature. He doesn't show [[BreathWeapon fire-breathing]] until he gets accidentally evolved by the Transgression Beam.]]
* TheOwlKnowingOne: Professor Hou, a great horned owl.


* AcrophobicBird: Gusuke is afraid of flying due to the trauma falling when he was a hatchling. [[spoiler:He gets over this to save Nobita from Phoenicia, with encouragement from Icarus.]]

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* AcrophobicBird: Gusuke is afraid of flying due to the trauma falling when he was a hatchling. [[spoiler:He gets over this to save Nobita from Phoenicia, with encouragement from Icarus.]]]]
* AnimalStereotypes: You can expect the bird-people to be based on how their species is stereotyped. Which is why the eagle is heroic, the owl is wise, the stork helps with childbirth, and the villains are a vulture, a falcon, and crows.
* BigBad: Commander Seagrid.
* CreepyCrows: The soldiers of Commander Seagrid are all crows, led by a particularly menacing captain.
* TheDragon: Babylon, a falcon who is Seagrid's lieutenant.
* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: Humanoid penguins are among the inhabitants of Birdopia.
* EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Seagrid intends to use the giant, destructive Phoenicia as way to get revenge on the humans. Too bad the creature does not listen to him, especially after getting hit by the Transgression Beam.]]
* FantasticRacism: Commander Seagrid hates humans, due to them shooting him in the wing rendering him flightless. The crow soldiers also don't seem to be fond of cats, calling them "enemy to all birds".
* HappilyAdopted: Gusuke.

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The 22nd installment of the long running ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' films. In this story Nobita learns about humanoid birds sighted in Africa and decides to learn to fly on his own. But after an unsuccessful practice round, Nobita, Doraemon, and Shizuka (who had lost her pet canary) meet a young humanoid bird named Gusuke who is from a world known as Birdopia and got stranded flying his makeshift airplane. After the trio help Gusuke fix his airplane and his about to go home, Gian and Suneo grab onto the plane and end up in Birdopia with him. Nobita, Doraemon, and Shizuka follow them to this new world populated by humanoid birds, where the gang learn of a plot to free all birds in the real world by destroying mankind.

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!!''Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves'' contains the following tropes:
* AcrophobicBird: Gusuke is afraid of flying due to the trauma falling when he was a hatchling. [[spoiler:He gets over this to save Nobita from Phoenicia, with encouragement from Icarus.]]

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