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* SmallRoleBigImpact: He disappears after the two first chapters, but without him, Geppetto would have not built Pinocchio.


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* TurnTheOtherCheek: Despite being killed by Pinocchio, he still tries to warn him about the Fox and the Cat and lets him live in a cabin.


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* FaceOfAThug: He is terrifying, but he hides a positive side.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: The five coins still have an impact on the story after he is long gone.
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** That's because the lie he told was more to 'be polite' and not worry Geppetto - it even echos a lie that Geppetto told early on.


* CantTakeCriticism: At least at the beginning, he did not take kindly that the Cricket scolded him.



* CassandraTruth: Pinocchio refuses to believe him when he tries to convince him about the conseuqences of a hedonistic life and the true colors of the Fox and the Cat.

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* CassandraTruth: Pinocchio refuses to believe him when he tries to convince him about the conseuqences consequences of a hedonistic life and the true colors of the Fox and the Cat.


* GoodParents: Although he doesn't get along with children, he does his best to be a good father to Pinocchio. He gives him the pears he intended to eat as a breakfast, he made him clothes of newspaper and crumps of bread (Geppetto is extremely poor) and sells his coat to buy him an alphabet for the school. He is willing to

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* GoodParents: Although he doesn't get along with children, he does his best to be a good father to Pinocchio. He gives him the pears he intended to eat as a breakfast, he made him clothes of newspaper and crumps of bread (Geppetto is extremely poor) and sells his coat to buy him an alphabet for the school. He Furthermore, he is willing to wander the world to find his son.


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* GagNose: He even has a nickname for it.
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* GrumpyOldMan: A minor example, and that trait gets weakened with time.
* KindheartedCatLover: Implied; there is a cat inb Geppetto's old house.
* MoralityChain: He is the one influencing Pinocchio to be good without being present.

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* GrumpyOldMan: A minor example, and that example; he is polite enough to adress people, but is short-tempered. That trait gets weakened with time.
time since he is still the nicest character of the novel.
* KindheartedCatLover: Implied; there is a cat inb in Geppetto's old house.
* MoralityChain: He is the one influencing Pinocchio to be good without even being present.



* CassandraTruth: Pinocchio refuses to believe him when he tries to convince him about the conseuqences of a hedonistic life and the true colors of the Fox and the Cat.



* ObfuscatingDisability: Both fake handicaps. The Fox feigns to have a limp and the Cat feigns to be blind. At the end, they become handicapped for real.

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* ObfuscatingDisability: Both fake handicaps. The Fox feigns to have a limp and the Cat feigns to be blind.blind; they do so to beg money. At the end, they become handicapped for real.

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* MoralityChain: He is the one influencing Pinocchio to be good without being present.


* KindheartedCatLover: Implied; he has a cat that leaves the scene because

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* KindheartedCatLover: Implied; he has there is a cat that leaves the scene because inb Geppetto's old house.


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* MoralityPet: Pinocchio loves the Fairy. He cries when he thought she is dead and sacrifices the money for a jacket when he hears she is ill.


* DitzyGenius: A proficient student and a good worker, but he is a HorribleJudgeOfCharacter.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: He trusts the Fox and the cat even when there are clues that indicate that they're evil.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is a jerk at the start, but his willingness to sacrifice for Mangiafuoco's puppets and his crying for the Fairy's supposed death demonstrates that he is a good guy deep down.

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* DitzyGenius: A proficient student and a good worker, but he is a HorribleJudgeOfCharacter.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Pinocchio has many flaws, but willingness to accept bribes is not one of those. Two weasels learn it the hard way.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: He trusts the Fox and the cat Cat even when there are many clues that indicate that they're evil.
evil. Later, the same happens with some classmates, despite warnings of his teacher.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is a jerk at the start, but his willingness to sacrifice for Mangiafuoco's puppets and his crying for the Fairy's supposed death demonstrates that he is a good guy deep down. He is good in esence, but his will is weak and almost always takes the wrong decision.



* GoodParents: Although he doesn't get along with children, he does his best to be a good father to Pinocchio. He gives him the pears he intended to eat as a breakfast, he made him clothes of newspaper and crumps of bread (Geppetto is extremely poor) and sells his coat to buy him an alphabet for the school.

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* GoodParents: Although he doesn't get along with children, he does his best to be a good father to Pinocchio. He gives him the pears he intended to eat as a breakfast, he made him clothes of newspaper and crumps of bread (Geppetto is extremely poor) and sells his coat to buy him an alphabet for the school. He is willing to


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* KindheartedCatLover: Implied; he has a cat that leaves the scene because


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* CatsAreMean: The Cat is a conman and a murderer.


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* ObfuscatingDisability: Both fake handicaps. The Fox feigns to have a limp and the Cat feigns to be blind. At the end, they become handicapped for real.
* WouldHurtAChild: Their willingness to kill Pinocchio shows that they are not above murdering children.


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[[folder:The Fairy With Turquoise Hair]]
* ParentalSubstitute: She acts as Pinocchio's maternal figure and adopts him as a son while Geppetto gets trapped in the Shark.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: She is blue-haired.
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the Disney version, some Live-Action versions and another adaptations, his misbehavior is driven by naivete rather than evil.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the Disney version, some Live-Action versions and another adaptations, his misbehavior is driven by naivete rather than evil.selfishness.


* DitzyGenius: A proficient tudent and a good worker, but he is a HorribleJudgeOfCharacter.

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* DitzyGenius: A proficient tudent student and a good worker, but he is a HorribleJudgeOfCharacter.

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* GoodParents: Although he doesn't get along with children, he does his best to be a good father to Pinocchio. He gives him the pears he intended to eat as a breakfast, he made him clothes of newspaper and crumps of bread (Geppetto is extremely poor) and sells his coat to buy him an alphabet for the school.


* AesopAmnesia: He keeps forgetting his morals, even after suffering too much.



* PlotArmor: It's really a mirale that he has survived all of the awful things of his world.

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* PlotArmor: It's really a mirale miracle that he has survived all of the awful things of his world.



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* BitchInSheepsClothing: They feign to be kindhearted people with handicaps, but they're con artists.
* FalseFriend: They fake to be kind to Pinocchio to steal his money and they even try to kill him.
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* GrumpyOldMan: A minor example, and that trait gets weakened with time.


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* UnexplainedRecovery: Pinocchio accidentally kills him, but he revives without explanation in the Fairy's house.


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