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** And in the second book, there's Alex Fierro, who got kicked out for being trans. [[spoilers He and Alex both bond over their shared homelessness which might've contributed to their later relationship.]]

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** And in the second book, there's Alex Fierro, who got kicked out for being trans. [[spoilers He and Alex both bond over their shared homelessness which might've contributed to their later relationship.]]

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* A rare middle grade example, [[Literature/MagnusChaseandtheGodsofAsgard Magnus Chase]] was homeless for two years before he died and resurrected in Vahalla. ItMakesSenseInContext.
** And in the second book, there's Alex Fierro, who got kicked out for being trans. [[spoilers He and Alex both bond over their shared homelessness which might've contributed to their later relationship.]]


* Sakuya from ''Anime/DancougarNova'' was homeless and unemployed before being recruited to pilot the titular SuperRobot, and stays that way for a few episodes. Pointing out that he is, or was homeless is also something of a catchphrase for him. Gets a little ridiculous after a while.
%%* Ren and Rai from ''Manga/{{Diabolo}}'' qualify.



* Sakuya from ''Anime/DancougarNova'' was homeless and unemployed before being recruited to pilot the titular SuperRobot, and stays that way for a few episodes. Pointing out that he is, or was homeless is also something of a catchphrase for him. Gets a little ridiculous after a while.
%%* Ren and Rai from ''Manga/{{Diabolo}}'' qualify.



* ''ComicBook/{{Shazam}}'''s Billy Batson starts out as a homeless [[OrphansOrdeal orphan]] who, depending on the version, was either kicked out or ran away from an abusive foster home. [[ThePollyanna Despite this]], he also turns out to be [[PurityPersonified so pure of heart]] that he's [[TheChosenOne chosen]] to become the superhero Captain Marvel. Eventually, this leads to him getting off the streets and HappilyAdopted.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Shazam}}'''s Billy Batson starts out as [[ComicBook/TheAuthority Apollo and Midnighter]] spent many years after their escape from [[ManipulativeBastard Henry Bendix]] living in abandoned warehouses and being damn grateful that they didn't have to eat or sleep much. They were still [[BattleCouple fighting crime]], though, and it caught the attention of the new and improved Stormwatch, who helped them out. Then along comes Jenny Sparks with a proposition...
* There was a time in the 1960s where ComicBook/CaptainAmerica lived in a series of seedy hotels, before taking to the open road on his motorcycle. It made for an interesting metaphor about the state of country at the time, but it was more than a little annoying to read him bemoaning his lack of home and family, when all he had to do was join Comicbook/{{the Avengers}} again and move into their mansion.
* Comicbook/TheCrow wears found clothing (boots from a dumpster, etc.) and lives in an abandoned building. The fact that the apartment was his former home only adds dramtatic signifance to its current state of squalor.
* D-Man of the MarvelUniverse (once sidekick to ComicBook/CaptainAmerica) was
homeless [[OrphansOrdeal orphan]] who, depending on the version, due to a mental illness. Last time he was either kicked out or ran away from an abusive foster home. [[ThePollyanna Despite this]], seen, he also turns out to be [[PurityPersonified so pure of heart]] that he's [[TheChosenOne chosen]] to become the superhero Captain Marvel. Eventually, this leads to him was getting off the streets and HappilyAdopted. treatment.
* Access from ''DC vs. Marvel'' (or vice-versa) not only is homeless, at least in his own future, he doesn't even have a home ''universe''.



* Access from ''DC vs. Marvel'' (or vice-versa) not only is homeless, at least in his own future, he doesn't even have a home ''universe''.
* The indie comic ''Street Angel'' played this up with one issue of the book (which is normally about defeating government-issue ninjas or wacky threats like that) dedicated to the main character scrounging for food.

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* Access from ''DC vs. Marvel'' (or vice-versa) not only is homeless, [[ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}} John Constantine]] (who still [[UnscrupulousHero more or less]] qualified as a hero at the time) ended up down and out in London for a while during a long HeroicBSOD caused by someone close to him getting killed at least in partly through his own future, he doesn't even have a home ''universe''.
* The indie comic ''Street Angel'' played this up with one issue of the book (which is normally about defeating government-issue ninjas or wacky threats like that) dedicated to the main character scrounging for food.
negligence. [[DoomMagnet Again.]]



* The titular character in ''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo'', naturally, considering the fact that he's a {{Ronin}}
* D-Man of the MarvelUniverse (once sidekick to ComicBook/CaptainAmerica) was homeless due to a mental illness. Last time he was seen, he was getting treatment.
* ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'''s Rorschach lives in squalor and has poor personal hygiene.

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* The titular character in ''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo'', naturally, considering ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has to move pretty frequently among the fact that safehouses he's a {{Ronin}}
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established around the area. They are often abandoned buildings, storage units, or even little used access areas of the MarvelUniverse (once sidekick to ComicBook/CaptainAmerica) was homeless due to a mental illness. Last time he was seen, he was getting treatment.
* ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'''s Rorschach lives in squalor and has poor personal hygiene.
[[SinisterSubway New York Subway]].



* ''ComicBook/RelativeHeroes'' is a team made up of siblings who went on the run from the government after their parents' deaths mostly to prevent their eclectic family from being split up, and to keep one brother in particular from being taken by the D.E.O.. They have no home and are constantly on the move to try to keep ahead of their pursuers.
* ''ComicBook/{{Shazam}}'''s Billy Batson starts out as a homeless [[OrphansOrdeal orphan]] who, depending on the version, was either kicked out or ran away from an abusive foster home. [[ThePollyanna Despite this]], he also turns out to be [[PurityPersonified so pure of heart]] that he's [[TheChosenOne chosen]] to become the superhero Captain Marvel. Eventually, this leads to him getting off the streets and HappilyAdopted.
* ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' couldn't exactly get a job and rent an apartment, what with being dead and all that. Early on he befriended some homeless man and spent his time living with and defending them.
* ''ComicBook/SquadronSupreme'' vol. 3 also has a homeless incarnation of liberty (or something along those lines).
* The indie comic ''Street Angel'' played this up with one issue of the book (which is normally about defeating government-issue ninjas or wacky threats like that) dedicated to the main character scrounging for food.



* There was also a time in the 1960s where ComicBook/CaptainAmerica lived in a series of seedy hotels, before taking to the open road on his motorcycle. It made for an interesting metaphor about the state of country at the time, but it was more than a little annoying to read him bemoaning his lack of home and family, when all he had to do was join Comicbook/{{the Avengers}} again and move into their mansion.
* Comicbook/TheCrow wears found clothing (boots from a dumpster, etc.) and lives in an abandoned building. The fact that the apartment was his former home only adds dramtatic signifance to its current state of squalor.
* Franchise/TheDCU's Uncle Sam was homeless for at least a little while.
* ''ComicBook/SquadronSupreme'' vol. 3 also has a homeless incarnation of liberty (or something along those lines).



* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has to move pretty frequently among the safehouses he's established around the area. They are often abandoned buildings, storage units, or even little used access areas of the [[SinisterSubway New York Subway]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' couldn't exactly get a job and rent an apartment, what with being dead and all that. Early on he befriended some homeless man and spent his time living with and defending them.
* [[ComicBook/TheAuthority Apollo and Midnighter]] spent many years after their escape from [[ManipulativeBastard Henry Bendix]] living in abandoned warehouses and being damn grateful that they didn't have to eat or sleep much. They were still [[BattleCouple fighting crime]], though, and it caught the attention of the new and improved Stormwatch, who helped them out. Then along comes Jenny Sparks with a proposition...
* ''ComicBook/RelativeHeroes'' is a team made up of siblings who went on the run from the government after their parents' deaths mostly to prevent their eclectic family from being split up, and to keep one brother in particular from being taken by the D.E.O.. They have no home and are constantly on the move to try to keep ahead of their pursuers.
* [[ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}} John Constantine]] (who still [[UnscrupulousHero more or less]] qualified as a hero at the time) ended up down and out in London for a while during a long HeroicBSOD caused by someone close to him getting killed at least partly through his own negligence. [[DoomMagnet Again.]]

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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has to move pretty frequently among Franchise/TheDCU's Uncle Sam was homeless for at least a little while.
* The titular character in ''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo'', naturally, considering
the safehouses fact that he's established around the area. They are often abandoned buildings, storage units, or even little used access areas of the [[SinisterSubway New York Subway]].
a {{Ronin}}.
* ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' couldn't exactly get a job ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'''s Rorschach lives in squalor and rent an apartment, what with being dead and all that. Early on he befriended some homeless man and spent his time living with and defending them.
* [[ComicBook/TheAuthority Apollo and Midnighter]] spent many years after their escape from [[ManipulativeBastard Henry Bendix]] living in abandoned warehouses and being damn grateful that they didn't have to eat or sleep much. They were still [[BattleCouple fighting crime]], though, and it caught the attention of the new and improved Stormwatch, who helped them out. Then along comes Jenny Sparks with a proposition...
* ''ComicBook/RelativeHeroes'' is a team made up of siblings who went on the run from the government after their parents' deaths mostly to prevent their eclectic family from being split up, and to keep one brother in particular from being taken by the D.E.O.. They have no home and are constantly on the move to try to keep ahead of their pursuers.
* [[ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}} John Constantine]] (who still [[UnscrupulousHero more or less]] qualified as a hero at the time) ended up down and out in London for a while during a long HeroicBSOD caused by someone close to him getting killed at least partly through his own negligence. [[DoomMagnet Again.]]
has poor personal hygiene.



* In ''Fanfic/AmazingFantasy'', Peter is homeless after being forcibly transported to Izuku's universe. He initially has to live out of an abandoned construction site, but moves to an abandoned amusement park on the outskirts of Musutafu after being ambushed by the Prowler.
* ''Fanfic/BlackkatsReverse'', all Kurama has is the clothes on his back and what little money he makes doing odd jobs. Due being the run from various pursuers trying to capture him and take back the abused children he kidnapped, Kurama is constantly running from place to place trying to find shelter.



* ''Fanfic/BlackkatsReverse'', all Kurama has is the clothes on his back and what little money he makes doing odd jobs. Due being the run from various pursuers trying to capture him and take back the abused children he kidnapped, Kurama is constantly running from place to place trying to find shelter.



* In ''Fanfic/AmazingFantasy'', Peter is homeless after being forcibly transported to Izuku's universe. He initially has to live out of an abandoned construction site, but moves to an abandoned amusement park on the outskirts of Musutafu after being ambushed by the Prowler.



* Rambo in the original ''Film/FirstBlood'' is a homeless Vietnam Vet, wandering across the country to find one of his old war buddies in hopes of finding one person that understands what he's going through. Unfortunately, all he finds is trouble...
* ''Film/TheFisherKing'' (the Terry Gilliam film) fits this well.



* ''Film/TheFisherKing'' (the Terry Gilliam film) fits this well.

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* ''Film/TheFisherKing'' (the Terry Gilliam film) fits this well.''Film/HoboWithAShotgun'' The nameless hobo manages to pick up a shotgun in a pawnshop to fight off some robbers that try and rob it. Then after killing them pays for the shotgun with what meager funds he has to fight off the rest of criminal scum he can find.



* Rambo in the original ''Film/FirstBlood'' is a homeless Vietnam Vet, wandering across the country to find one of his old war buddies in hopes of finding one person that understands what he's going through. Unfortunately, all he finds is trouble...
* ''Film/HoboWithAShotgun'' The nameless hobo manages to pick up a shotgun in a pawnshop to fight off some robbers that try and rob it. Then after killing them pays for the shotgun with what meager funds he has to fight off the rest of criminal scum he can find.



* In ''Literature/DragonBones'', Ward becomes homeless when he has to flee from his own castle to avoid being taken to an asylum for insane nobles. After some adventures his "make camp in the wilderness" homelessness is upgraded to the status of an esteemed guest, as he's still a nobleman and thus has connections. As castle Hurog is not just his home, it is also a place of magical power, Ward suffers from quite severe homesickness; he mentions that there are empty spaces in his souls where Hurog's magic is supposed to be. (The fact that [[GeniusLoci Oreg's]] magic can temporarily fill those empty spaces contributes to the HoYay between the two.)
* Albanac, in Creator/AlanGarner's ''The Moon of Gomrath''. In modern (1960's) Britain, when the vast majority of the human race have forgotten they share the world with Elves, Dwarfs, and the peoples and things of Magic, he is one of the few humans who remember the old ways and remain in full communion with the Old Paths. Taken to be a tramp or a dreamer or a gipsy, he provides Colin and Susan with a guide to the ways of the magical world. Seemingly killed in a battle with the things of evil, he is translated fully into the other world leaving no body behind. There is a strong hint that just as Susan will grow to be a white witch and a Priestess of the Old Magic, Colin will follow in his footsteps and become the next Albanac, the human hero in the magic place.



* Albanac, in Creator/AlanGarner's ''The Moon of Gomrath''. In modern (1960's) Britain, when the vast majority of the human race have forgotten they share the world with Elves, Dwarfs, and the peoples and things of Magic, he is one of the few humans who remember the old ways and remain in full communion with the Old Paths. Taken to be a tramp or a dreamer or a gipsy, he provides Colin and Susan with a guide to the ways of the magical world. Seemingly killed in a battle with the things of evil, he is translated fully into the other world leaving no body behind. There is a strong hint that just as Susan will grow to be a white witch and a Priestess of the Old Magic, Colin will follow in his footsteps and become the next Albanac, the human hero in the magic place.

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* Albanac, in Creator/AlanGarner's ''The Moon of Gomrath''. In modern (1960's) Britain, when ''Literature/UrbanDragon'', Arkay and Rosario begin the vast majority of series living on the human race have forgotten they share streets of Indianapolis. They manage to get themselves a home, but by the world with Elves, Dwarfs, and the peoples and things fifth book, Arkay is living out of Magic, he is one of the few humans who remember the old ways and remain in full communion with the Old Paths. Taken to be a tramp or a dreamer or a gipsy, he provides Colin and Susan with a guide to the ways of the magical world. Seemingly killed in a battle with the things of evil, he is translated fully into the other world leaving no body behind. There is a strong hint that just as Susan will grow to be a white witch and a Priestess of the Old Magic, Colin will follow in his footsteps and become the next Albanac, the human hero in the magic place.car.



* In ''Literature/DragonBones'', Ward becomes homeless when he has to flee from his own castle to avoid being taken to an asylum for insane nobles. After some adventures his "make camp in the wilderness" homelessness is upgraded to the status of an esteemed guest, as he's still a nobleman and thus has connections. As castle Hurog is not just his home, it is also a place of magical power, Ward suffers from quite severe homesickness; he mentions that there are empty spaces in his souls where Hurog's magic is supposed to be. (The fact that [[GeniusLoci Oreg's]] magic can temporarily fill those empty spaces contributes to the HoYay between the two.)
* In ''Literature/UrbanDragon'', Arkay and Rosario begin the series living on the streets of Indianapolis. They manage to get themselves a home, but by the fifth book, Arkay is living out of a car.



* Jim Rockford of ''Series/TheRockfordFiles'' lives in a crappy little trailer.
* Parodied on ''Series/ThatMitchellAndWebbLook'', with "The Surprising Adventures of Sir Digby Chicken-Caesar." Although he claims to be a GentlemanAdventurer fighting a never-ending battle against his unknown nemesis, "some bastard who is presumably responsible," he and his sidekick are in fact deluded hobos who randomly attack people and rob them.
* Sam and Dean Winchester of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' travel across the country, fighting monsters and staying in cheap motels. The closest thing they have to a home is [[ParentalSubstitute Bobby's]] house. This changes in season 8, but only because they're Men of Letters legacies and no one else can claim the bunker.



* Jim Rockford of ''Series/TheRockfordFiles'' lives in a crappy little trailer.
* Sam and Dean Winchester of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' travel across the country, fighting monsters and staying in cheap motels. The closest thing they have to a home is [[ParentalSubstitute Bobby's]] house. This changes in season 8, but only because they're Men of Letters legacies and no one else can claim the bunker.
* Parodied on ''Series/ThatMitchellAndWebbLook'', with "The Surprising Adventures of Sir Digby Chicken-Caesar." Although he claims to be a GentlemanAdventurer fighting a never-ending battle against his unknown nemesis, "some bastard who is presumably responsible," he and his sidekick are in fact deluded hobos who randomly attack people and rob them.



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* Harriet from ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'' does technically have a home, but is [[ExcessiveMourning so traumatised]] by the death of her parents that she can't step foot over the landing. So that she isn't forced onto the street, her psychiatrist made arrangements for her to sleep in a spare room at the high school.
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* Throughout a good portion of ''VideoGame/BeyondTwoSouls'', Jodie lives as a homeless fugitive, moving from place to place and trying to keep a low profile. She's on the run in the first place because she [[spoiler:technically [[RogueAgent went rogue]], furiously cutting ties with the CIA after learning she'd been manipulated into assassinating an African president.]] A chapter of the game - aptly titled "Homeless" - has her reduced to begging on the streets in the dead of winter, almost too tired to care anymore. Thankfully, a small group of other homeless people take her in.
* Kaim, the protagonist from ''VideoGame/LostOdyssey'', is an amnesiac immortal mercenary whose memories return in the form of dreams as the player progresses in the game. He's had homes in the past, but being immortal, he has outlived most everyone he ever knew. He moves from place to place regularly, to avoid revealing he is immortal, or forging close bonds that will inevitably be broken.



* Kaim, the protagonist from ''VideoGame/LostOdyssey'', is an amnesiac immortal mercenary whose memories return in the form of dreams as the player progresses in the game. He's had homes in the past, but being immortal, he has outlived most everyone he ever knew. He moves from place to place regularly, to avoid revealing he is immortal, or forging close bonds that will inevitably be broken.

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* Kaim, the protagonist In ''VideoGame/SpiderManPS4'', [[spoiler:Peter]] is eventually evicted from ''VideoGame/LostOdyssey'', is an amnesiac immortal mercenary whose memories return in the form of dreams as the player progresses in the game. his apartment due to missing his payments on his apartment. He's had homes forced to sleep on a couch at F.E.A.S.T. in the past, but being immortal, meantime as he has outlived most everyone he ever knew. He moves from place tries to place regularly, to avoid revealing he is immortal, or forging close bonds that will inevitably be broken.sort out his life going forward.



* Throughout a good portion of ''VideoGame/BeyondTwoSouls'', Jodie lives as a homeless fugitive, moving from place to place and trying to keep a low profile. She's on the run in the first place because she [[spoiler:technically [[RogueAgent went rogue]], furiously cutting ties with the CIA after learning she'd been manipulated into assassinating an African president.]] A chapter of the game - aptly titled "Homeless" - has her reduced to begging on the streets in the dead of winter, almost too tired to care anymore. Thankfully, a small group of other homeless people take her in.
* In ''VideoGame/SpiderManPS4'', [[spoiler:Peter]] is eventually evicted from his apartment due to missing his payments on his apartment. He's forced to sleep on a couch at F.E.A.S.T. in the meantime as he tries to sort out his life going forward.



* A variant occurred in ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'': one of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's old comrades spent the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII living rough so he could secretly watch over the facility where Cap and the Red Skull were imprisoned.
* By virtue of being on the run, the G.I. Joes are forced to become this trope in ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades''.



* Wander and Sylvia in ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' are always traveling to different planets. It's justified as Wander is a space nomad.

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* Wander and Sylvia in ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' By virtue of being on the run, the G.I. Joes are always traveling forced to different planets. It's justified as Wander is a space nomad.become this trope in ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades''.


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* A variant occurred in ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'': one of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's old comrades spent the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII living rough so he could secretly watch over the facility where Cap and the Red Skull were imprisoned.
* Wander and Sylvia in ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' are always traveling to different planets. It's justified as Wander is a space nomad.

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* In ''Fanfic/AmazingFantasy'', Peter is homeless after being forcibly transported to Izuku's universe. He initially has to live out of an abandoned construction site, but moves to an abandoned amusement park on the outskirts of Musutafu after being ambushed by the Prowler.


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* [[ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}} John Constantine]] (who still [[UnscrupulousHero more or less]] qualified as a hero at the time) ended up down and out in London for a while during a long HeroicBSOD caused by someone close to him getting killed at least partly through his own negligence. [[DoomMagnet Again.]]


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* ''Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'''s Billy Batson starts out as a homeless [[OrphansOrdeal orphan]] who, depending on the version, was either kicked out or ran away from an abusive foster home. [[ThePollyanna Despite this]], he also turns out to be [[PurityPersonified so pure of heart]] that he's [[TheChosenOne chosen]] to become the superhero Captain Marvel. Eventually, this leads to him getting off the streets and HappilyAdopted.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Shazam}}'''s ''ComicBook/{{Shazam}}'''s Billy Batson starts out as a homeless [[OrphansOrdeal orphan]] who, depending on the version, was either kicked out or ran away from an abusive foster home. [[ThePollyanna Despite this]], he also turns out to be [[PurityPersonified so pure of heart]] that he's [[TheChosenOne chosen]] to become the superhero Captain Marvel. Eventually, this leads to him getting off the streets and HappilyAdopted.



* ''ThePunisher'' has to move pretty frequently among the safehouses he's established around the area. They are often abandoned buildings, storage units, or even little used access areas of the [[SinisterSubway New York Subway]].
* ''Comicbook/{{Spawn}}'' couldn't exactly get a job and rent an apartment, what with being dead and all that. Early on he befriended some homeless man and spent his time living with and defending them.

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* ''ThePunisher'' ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'' has to move pretty frequently among the safehouses he's established around the area. They are often abandoned buildings, storage units, or even little used access areas of the [[SinisterSubway New York Subway]].
* ''Comicbook/{{Spawn}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' couldn't exactly get a job and rent an apartment, what with being dead and all that. Early on he befriended some homeless man and spent his time living with and defending them.



* In ''WebVideo/RWBYAbridged'', fourteen year old Ruby Rose accidentally lets it slip to her older sister Yang, that she has been living on the streets of a crime-ridden "CityOfAdventure", where she routinely has to fight off dangerous criminals to survive with no real source of income. Yang is understandably concerned.



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* ''Webcomic/{{MAGISA}}'' -- [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/38 Claudita]] doesn't have a home. Poor girl.

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* ''Webcomic/{{MAGISA}}'' ''Webcomic/MagIsa'' -- [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/38 Claudita]] doesn't have a home. Poor girl.



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* In ''WebVideo/RWBYAbridged'', fourteen year old Ruby Rose accidentally lets it slip to her older sister Yang, that she has been living on the streets of a crime ridden "CityOfAdventure", where she routinely has to fight off dangerous criminals to survive with no real source of income. Yang is understandably concerned.
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* ''Fanfic/BlackkatsReverse'', all Kurama has is the clothes on his back and what little money he makes doing odd jobs. Due being the run from various pursuers trying to capture him and take back the abused children he kidnapped, Kurama is constantly running from place to place trying to find shelter.


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* In ''VideoGame/SpiderManPS4'', [[spoiler:Peter]] is eventually evicted from his apartment due to missing his payments on his apartment. He's forced to sleep on a couch at F.E.A.S.T. in the meantime as he tries to sort out his life going forward.

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* In ''Fanfic/FromMuddyWaters'', Izuku has no home to go back to after All For One discovers and abducts Inko. After this, Izuku is forced to live out of a manga cafe and eat meals from the corner store. He frequently runs into difficulties explaining where he's going home to, usually claiming that his mother is stuck at work because of a hardass boss. [[spoiler:The owner of the manga cafe, Hakucho, eventually catches onto this and offers him a room upstairs and meals out of sympathy.]]
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* ''Film/HoboWithAShotgun'' The nameless hobo manages to pick up a shotgun in a pawnshop to fight off some robbers that try and rob it. Then after killing them pays for the shotgun with what meager funds he has to fight off the rest of criminal scum he can find.


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* ''ComicBook/RelativeHeroes'' is a team made up of siblings who went on the run from the government after their parents' deaths mostly to prevent their eclectic family from being split up, and to keep one brother in particular from being taken by the D.E.O.. They have no home and are constantly on the move to try to keep ahead of their pursuers.

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