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* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel they're staying in and Amy openly and emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the Poke Dimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. They come to the conclusion that they don't really have a choice about it due to circumstances, but they use it as a motivation to fight Mr. X, instead of a begrudgement.

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* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel they're staying in and Amy openly and emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the Poke Dimension]] Dimension compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. They come to the conclusion that they don't really have a choice about it due to circumstances, but they use it as a motivation to fight Mr. X, instead of a begrudgement.

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[[labelnote:Note for people from the group]]This page, like the Main page, is for examples from the Original Series and the group as a whole. Please don't just post up things from your own story willy-nilly. If you think there's a case to expand it to spin-off stories, that is something to be debated on the dA group and not here.[[/labelnote]]


* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their staying in and Amy emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the Poke Dimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. Brandon then agrees, but gently explains why they ''don't'' have a choice. Still, it's a scene of genuine character openness and emotion.

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* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their they're staying in and Amy openly and emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the Poke Dimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. Brandon then agrees, but gently explains why They come to the conclusion that they ''don't'' don't really have a choice. Still, it's choice about it due to circumstances, but they use it as a scene motivation to fight Mr. X, instead of genuine character openness and emotion.a begrudgement.


* While watching Brandon training in Chapter 3, Starr suddenly runs off crying and when Brandon chases her down she says watching him reminded her of her missing brother Ryan, who didn't escape capture by Pokextinction. Brandon then tells her frankly that he misses his family a lot too, but now they're ''all'' family together and can rely on each other instead. And then they hug it out.

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* While watching Brandon training in Chapter 3, 3 Starr suddenly runs off crying crying, and when Brandon chases her down she says explains that watching him reminded her of her missing brother Ryan, who didn't escape capture by Pokextinction. Brandon then tells her frankly that he misses his family a lot too, but now they're ''all'' family together and can rely on each other instead. And then they hug it out.


* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their staying in and Amy emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the PokeDimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. Brandon then agrees, but gently explains why they ''don't'' have a choice. Still, it's a scene of genuine character openness and emotion.

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* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their staying in and Amy emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the PokeDimension]] Poke Dimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. Brandon then agrees, but gently explains why they ''don't'' have a choice. Still, it's a scene of genuine character openness and emotion.


** And then, even though it's not in the main series, Cameron then slowly but caringly and heartwarmingly brings Sakato out of his shell and shows him there's more to life than training and avenging his friend Connor.
* While watching Brandon training in Chapter 3, Starr suddenly runs off crying. When Brandon chases her down she says watching him reminded her of her missing brother Ryan, who didn't escape capture by Pokextinction. Brandon then tells her that he misses his family a lot too, but now they're ''all'' family together. And then they hug it out.

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** And then, even though it's not in the main series, then Cameron then slowly but caringly and heartwarmingly brings Sakato out of his shell and shows him there's more to life than training and avenging his friend Connor.
* While watching Brandon training in Chapter 3, Starr suddenly runs off crying. When crying and when Brandon chases her down she says watching him reminded her of her missing brother Ryan, who didn't escape capture by Pokextinction. Brandon then tells her frankly that he misses his family a lot too, but now they're ''all'' family together.together and can rely on each other instead. And then they hug it out.

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[[labelnote:Note for people from the group]]This page, like the Main page, is for examples from the Original Series and the group as a whole. Please don't just post up things from your own story willy-nilly. If you think there's a case to expand it to spin-off stories, that is something to be debated on the dA group and not here.[[/labelnote]]


* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their staying in and Amy emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the PokeDimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice.

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* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their staying in and Amy emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the PokeDimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice. Brandon then agrees, but gently explains why they ''don't'' have a choice. Still, it's a scene of genuine character openness and emotion.

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* When Brandon arrives at Long Island, Cameron Taylor the Hippopotas is the Chew Toy of the MSN Gang. Brandon stands up for him, and they develop a strong friendship from there.
** And then, even though it's not in the main series, Cameron then slowly but caringly and heartwarmingly brings Sakato out of his shell and shows him there's more to life than training and avenging his friend Connor.
* While watching Brandon training in Chapter 3, Starr suddenly runs off crying. When Brandon chases her down she says watching him reminded her of her missing brother Ryan, who didn't escape capture by Pokextinction. Brandon then tells her that he misses his family a lot too, but now they're ''all'' family together. And then they hug it out.
* Before their battle in Chapter 7, Brandon and William chat about William's motivation for joining the Elite Four. The reason? In memory of his deceased friend, who was originally a bully who picked on him constantly but then became his closest friend after [[DefeatMeansFriendship William managed to beat him in battle.]]
-->'''William:''' It's nothing to cry about. I will battle strong for him.
* Everyone - literally ''all'' his friends - being there to check up on Brandon constantly after his battle with Rikuto put him into a coma that he wouldn't have survived if he wasn't an Energy Chaneller. And bear in mind that his friends didn't ''know'' he was an Energy Chaneller.
* The MSN Gang's CerebusRetcon in Chapter 8. Genuine, heartfelt character development about how much it genuinely hurts Nat to be the bully no-one likes and constantly get battered by Asula, and then how the three of the MSN are, to each other, a band of brothers against the world. Even Brandon is touched in-story, and these are the people who beat him to pulp barely five chapters earlier.
* Amy's uplifting auditorium speech in the same chapter, urging people to do their best no matter what seems to happen.
* And another one with Amy, on a similar theme (possibly even an IronicEcho): In Chapter 16, she and Brandon sit on top of the hotel their staying in and Amy emotionally tells him how good life must be in [[spoiler: the PokeDimension]] compared to Long Island and how she wouldn't go back if she had the choice.

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