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* PoliteVillainsRudeHeroes: The hero in question is very rebellious towards the very system created by the villains with good public relations.


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->'''Mon Mothma:''' On your own from the age of fifteen. Reckless, aggressive, and undisciplined.\\
'''Jyn Erso:''' This is a rebellion, isnít it? I rebel.
-->-- ''Film/RogueOne'' ([[MissingTrailerScene teaser trailer]])


* DefiantStrip: Removing your cloths as an act of defiance or protest.

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* DefiantStrip: Removing your cloths clothes as an act of defiance or protest.

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* DefiantStrip: Removing your cloths as an act of defiance or protest.


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* RebelPrince: A prince who doesn't like being a prince and defies societal or familial expectations of his title.



* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: How one views the rebels depends on what side your on.

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* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: How one views the rebels depends on what side your you're on.


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* RebelPrince: A prince who doesn't like being a prince and defies societal or familial expectations of his title.


See AReluctantIndex where characters do things even though they don't want to do it. See also TerrorismTropes.

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See AReluctantIndex where characters do things even though they don't want to do it. See also MilitaryAndWarfareTropes and TerrorismTropes.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: A woman dates or is attracted to a man specifically because he's a rebel (sometimes as an act of rebellion herself).
* CoolPeopleRebelAgainstAuthority: Characters who disobey and/or disrespect authority figures are depicted as cool.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: A woman dates or is attracted to a man specifically because he's a rebel (sometimes as an act of rebellion herself).
* CoolPeopleRebelAgainstAuthority: Characters who disobey and/or disrespect authority figures are depicted as cool.
[[AC: Political Rebels]]



* CultDefector: A person who defects from a religious cult.
* CulturalRebel: A character who rebels against the norms of their culture.
* DatingWhatDaddyHates: A person (usually a teen girl) intentionally pursues a relationship with someone their parents don't approve of.



* ForbiddenFruit: Being told you can't have or do something makes you want to have or do it even more.
* FormerTeenRebel: A character who was rebellious as a teen but mellowed out when they got older.



* TheLastDJ: A character who values their personal integrity over career advancement, even if it means being demoted or fired.



* RebelRelaxation: Rebellious characters tend to lean against a flat surface with their arms folded.
* RebelliousPrincess: A princess who doesn't like being a princess and defies societal or familial expectations of her title.



* RebelliousSpirit: A character whose dislike of following rules or being told what to do is a major personality trait.



* RuleAbidingRebel: Outwardly, they appear to be a rebel, but in practice they're rather conventional.



* SneakingSnacks: Stealing snack foods you're not supposed to have.



* StrictParentsMakeSneakyKids: Children of overly-strict parents simply get better at hiding illicit activities from their parents.



* TemptingCookieJar: A hard-to-reach jar or container of cookies that a character tries to get even though they're not supposed to have them.



* VelvetRevolution: A peaceful and non-violent revolution.
* VoiceOfTheResistance: The public face and spokesperson of a resistance movement.



* VampireRefugee: A vampire (or werewolf, zombie etc.) infectee fights to retain their humanity and find a cure (often going head-to-head with the one who infected them).
* VelvetRevolution: A peaceful and non-violent revolution.
* TheVoiceOfAGeneration: A rebel who speaks for a generation that can't talk for themselves.
* VoiceOfTheResistance: The public face and spokesperson of a resistance movement.


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* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: How one views the rebels depends on what side your on.


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[[AC: Social Rebels]]
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: A woman dates or is attracted to a man specifically because he's a rebel (sometimes as an act of rebellion herself).
* CoolPeopleRebelAgainstAuthority: Characters who disobey and/or disrespect authority figures are depicted as cool.
* CultDefector: A person who defects from a religious cult.
* CulturalRebel: A character who rebels against the norms of their culture.
* DatingWhatDaddyHates: A person (usually a teen girl) intentionally pursues a relationship with someone their parents don't approve of.
* ForbiddenFruit: Being told you can't have or do something makes you want to have or do it even more.
* FormerTeenRebel: A character who was rebellious as a teen but mellowed out when they got older.
* TheLastDJ: A character who values their personal integrity over career advancement, even if it means being demoted or fired.
* RebelRelaxation: Rebellious characters tend to lean against a flat surface with their arms folded.
* RebelliousPrincess: A princess who doesn't like being a princess and defies societal or familial expectations of her title.
* RebelliousSpirit: A character whose dislike of following rules or being told what to do is a major personality trait.
* RuleAbidingRebel: Outwardly, they appear to be a rebel, but in practice they're rather conventional.
* SneakingSnacks: Stealing snack foods you're not supposed to have.
* StrictParentsMakeSneakyKids: Children of overly-strict parents simply get better at hiding illicit activities from their parents.
* TemptingCookieJar: A hard-to-reach jar or container of cookies that a character tries to get even though they're not supposed to have them.
* VampireRefugee: A vampire (or werewolf, zombie etc.) infectee fights to retain their humanity and find a cure (often going head-to-head with the one who infected them).
* TheVoiceOfAGeneration: A rebel who speaks for a generation that can't talk for themselves.

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* TheVoiceOfAGeneration: A rebel who speaks for a generation that can't talk for themselves.

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* RichKidTurnedSocialActivist: An idealistic person from a wealthy family who helps the poor personally and acknowledges the unfairness of the society and who often advocates for systemic change. May be done to defy and annoy their parents and other authority figures.

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* TheSmartOneTurnsTraitor: The smartest or wisest of a group defects, deciding to use their intellect against the cause of their former group.

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* WeAreStrugglingTogether: The rebels struggle to have a successful revolution because they can't cooperate with each other.

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* GladiatorRevolt: Gladiators rebel against those that force them to fight.


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* SlaveLiberation: Type 1 (freeing other people's slaves, sometimes by force) and Type 3 (the slaves free themselves, sometimes via an uprising).

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