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    Hetalia Characters - Fanon tropes 

Fem North Italy

Fem Germany

Fem Japan

  • A-Cup Angst: She appears to be rather flat-chested compared to many other nations on this page, and many fanworks have her being self-conscious about her lack of assets compared to other female nations'.

Fem America

Fem England

Fem France

  • Brainy Brunette: In Fanon, her brown hair is used as a sign of knowledgeability and culture.
  • Cool Big Sis: In Fanon. She is also said to be protective of Canada (or his female version), as he used to be her former charge.
  • Gratuitous French: Oh, so much in fanworks. Ma chere, anyone?

Fem Russia

  • Cute and Psycho: Is often portrayed as one in fanon, like her male counterpart.

Fem China

Fem Canada

Fem South Italy

  • Boobs of Steel: Subverted. Romana has been said to be a better fighter than her male counterpart, but a group sketch shows she certainly doesn't have big breasts. Fanon on the other hand loves to play this trope straight.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Is usually portrayed with one in Fanon.

Fem Spain

Fem Austria

Fem Prussia

Male Hungary

Male Belgium

Fem Sweden

Fem Finland

Fem Switzerland

Fem Denmark

  • Hidden Buxom: Some fans portray her having a large chest, and invoke this trope as a happy medium from her bifauxnen design.
  • The Lad-ette: Is usually portrayed as such in Fanon.

Male Belarus

  • Single-Target Sexuality: Fanworks like to play this up to parallel Belarus' obsession with Russia.
  • Yandere: Pixiv fanart picked up on this a bit even before the first day he was revealed finished. One can also assume he's yandere for fem!Russia, but YMMV. The type of yandere tends to differ, though: contrasting with the canon Belarus being "let's get married, let's get married, let's get married, LET'S GET MARRIED" (obsessive type), male!Belarus tends to be more passive-aggressive and say "I'm the only one good enough for you, Sister, so let's get marriedmarriedmarried" instead (possessive type).

Male Ukraine

  • Team Dad: He's usually portrayed this way in fanworks.

Male(?) South Korea

Male Taiwan

  • Keet/Tsundere: Is given this personality in fanwork, specially if he's portrayed alongside Fem!Japan or Fem!China. With Fem!Hong kong, he tends to be the Nice Guy to her Tsundere.

Fem Hong Kong

Male Vietnam

Joan of Arc

King Frederick II of Prussia

  • Subordinate Excuse: A small but very loyal part of the fandom thinks Prussia felt this way towards him.

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    Thomas the Tank Engine Nightmare fuel 
  • To add to that, it was never explained how Douglas got to Sodor in the first place, but however it happened, Donald had to smuggle his twin over to Sodor. Both of them would probably have had some very narrow escapes along the way.
    • WMG? Fridge Horror?
  • It depends on who you ask but Albert might've been a cavalier engine who also came to grief a lot. Eventually the manager got back at him by using his parts to mend the other engines [and he died from getting scrapped].
    • What does the first sentence mean? Albert was careless and caused a lot of trouble?

    Chaos;Child tropes? 
  • Ominous Multiple Screens: In the hospital basement, where unethical human experimentation used to occur, Aloof Dark-Haired Girl X uses the multiple screens of the computer system to search for information.
  • Psychic-Assisted Suicide: The first of the "Return of the New Gen Madness" incidents, "Don't Look at Me" is/may be this. The man is made to slice up and eat his own arm (believing it to be cheese) while livestreaming, and subsequently dies of shock and blood loss.

    Roleplay Characters: Players 

  • Actionized Sequel: As a sequel to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Village seems to take its pacing from 4: Ethan can sprint and parry enemies after a successful block, which allows him to kick enemies away and give the player more breathing room. He was also given more expert reloading animations, letting him reload a magazine quicker, as well as giving him auto and semi-auto guns in his arsenal. To compensate, there are more enemies to deal with at once, they're faster and more agile than the lumbering Molded, and ammo is far more plentiful: it can be outright purchased (in limited amounts) from the merchant, something even the actionized 4, 5 and 6 didn't have.

  • Adult Fear:
    • The game fully runs on this in the beginning of the game where Chris kills Mia that's actually Miranda, but she survives, and takes Rose. Ethan is completely terrified of losing his daughter to the point that he will stop at nothing, not even the aristocrats, to save his baby daughter. And then he finds out that she was cut into pieces.
    • A lot of the terror of the second major area, Donna Benevento's house, hits different if you're a new parent yourself. A lot of it plays off of Ethan's natural doubts surrounding pregnancy and childbirth, down to Angie accusing him of abusing Rose.

  • Ambiguous Situation: Exactly how much time passes after the ending is unknown. While Rose appears to be a teenager/young woman, her predecessor Eveline had Rapid Aging as part of her condition, and the agent's taunts imply Rose has the same or similar powers and condition.

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  • Big "WHY?!": This is Ethan's reaction to Chris killing Mia due to not knowing that it's Mother Miranda disguised as Mia. He has a similar reaction when the Duke inform him that Miranda cut his baby into multiple pieces and gave one to each of the four lords.

  • Dead All Along: This game reveals that Ethan has been dead ever since the prologue of 7 when Jack knocked him out.

  • Moral Myopia: When the nobles have the upper-hand, they all look at Ethan as though he were a piece of property that they could torture and kill at their leisure. When he manages to prove resourceful enough to both survive them and even kill them, they change their tune to that of him being a heartless invader who has no business being there regardless of the fact that they kidnapped his infant daughter, hacked her to pieces and intend to use her as part of Miranda's ritual.

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