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Meanwhile, by a not untypical Double Standard , male prodigies, geniuses etc. Morathi the Hag Sorceress was the wife of Aenarion, first and mightiest of the Phoenix Kings, but her magical prowess, political ambitions and the hold she has over her son Malekith are entirely down to her own dark obsessions and abilities. I know that I havent done any new Imagines and there has been a reason for that. Though the same could be argued for the men. This isn't the case at all, and she remains an important character, which her parents are Cathy Glass is a ranking officer in the New U. He can levitate himself just fine, but needs her to carry him around to get from place to place without disturbing anyone.

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This was a problem Charmcaster had during Ben I will be keeping this site up until December 31, , Then I will be closing the site. Zig-zagged in A Song of Ice and Fire. All in all, Yui is definitely the central person in the series, even though she'd been dead for years when it starts. UNIT members in Season - the Brigadier, a slightly stupid but surprisingly effective military commander with an excellent track record; Benton and Yates, both competent soldiers one of whom gets slowly promoted due to his own competence over the course of his run ; the Doctor, an Impossible Genius , gifted scientist and brave adventurer who has saved the world and the Brigadier countless times - and Jo Grant, a ditzy blonde in a miniskirt who's only on the force at all because the Brigadier agreed to pull strings for her rich uncle, and only a companion because the Doctor found her too cute to crush her feelings.

He put his arms around me so I was facing him, which made my face heat up a little and made me realise that he was significantly taller than I was, and we just stood on it as we went around in gentle circles. They tasted like whiskey and cigarettes, and there was just something about that which made me want to kiss harder, hoping it would never end.

But, of course, it had to. The carousel ground to a stop, jerking us out of our passionate nirvana back into the real world. David was wearing his trademark smirk, and I could feel myself doing the same. Just as I was about to head inside to the phone and check with Sam that it actually was today I was supposed to be going, a blue Ford convertible pulled up, with a tall lady with short brown hair, who I assumed was his mom, and Sam sitting inside. He gestured me over, and I ran to it, opening the door.

Lucy let us get out and head inside while she parked the car around the back. It was a large, two-storey wooden building complete with decking at the front, which housed various statues and other paraphernalia. He lead me inside to a spacious dining room with a long table, which was already covered with food that smelled absolutely delicious.

Lucy came in behind us, followed by a tall man wearing a a striped shirt and large glasses, who I instantly didn't trust, and a boy a few years older than me with dark brown curly hair and baby blue eyes, like Sam's. We sat down, Sam sitting beside me, and the food turned out to be as delicious as it smelled. Lucy lead the small talk, which was quite plain until it took a rather interesting turn.

Sam nearly choked on a mouthful of potato, and I felt my face heat up to near-boiling point. Max looked interested, and Michael just smirked. You two just seem very close to each other. Once we were finished, and I had complemented a very modest Lucy on her outstanding cooking skills, I said goodbye to everyone except her and Sam, who were going to drop me home.

Michael came too, as he was going out, so Sam and I sat in the back. The ride home was mostly similar to the ride on the way there, except that I mostly spoke to Sam this time. Once we pulled up, I thanked Lucy and Michael, who I'd spoken briefly to and seemed like a nice enough guy, although a man of few words, and got out, only to be followed by Sam.

My heart felt like it was going to stop. His lips were soft, and tasted like oranges and cherries. He wrapped his arms around me, his eyes closed, and we kissed for what seemed like forever. Maybe it was my imagination, but I thought I heard Lucy cheer when we pulled away. David took me to the cave again the next night, and the main thing I was interested in was seeing Marko. There was a bitter wind blowing, so I was glad to get into the shelter of the cave.

Surprisingly, there was no sign of him anywhere, to my disappointment. I sat down and chatted with the others for a bit, about this and that, but was constantly looking over my shoulder in the direction of the door. Eventually, my curly haired boy strolled through the doorway, a box of Chinese in his gloved hands. Nice to see you! He nodded in response. Marko kept his arm around me the whole time we were eating, which I was delighted about.

He smelled amazing, and the food was better than I expected. Marko turned back to me, and, taking my hand, he lead me outside to the cool night air. Today in Ireland the Prince of Wales will visit the spot where, nearly 36 years ago, the man he revered more than anyone else in the world was blown to bits by an IRA bomb. Well, something was done — but not something that Charles had intended. A shabby political deal was stitched up which has put the ringmasters of the murderous organisation into senior political roles and garlanded them with civilised respectability.

Down on the very same August day in that the holidaying Mountbatten and his family were slaughtered, is, likewise, branded on his memory. So yesterday was never going to be easy, even if, arguably, the handshake was worth it if it leads to long-term peace. Even so, the Prince has privately previously told friends: Nor, it must be said, was Gerry Adams ready to apologise to the Prince. And how could Prince Charles be expected to forget that four years after his Uncle Dickie was killed, that same IRA council sent an assassin to England with orders to kill both him and Princess Diana.

The mission failed thanks to a tip-off. Countless numbers of her subjects were deeply offended on her behalf. The tension is palpable as the Prince approaches a stony-faced Adams in Galway. But the Prince soon put him at ease. Just five years before his state visit to Britain in , President Mobutu of Zaire was known to have had a political opponent, Pierre Mulele, tortured. His eyes were pulled out of their sockets and his limbs amputated while the poor man was still alive — all carried out as a public execution.

When you add tyrant butchers such as Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania, invited to Britain in , and Idi Amin of Uganda, who came in and , you begin to understand how she has nobly learnt to grit her teeth and meet some the most appalling figures of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Because Charles had such a tricky relationship with his own disciplinarian father, Prince Philip, he was very close to Earl Mountbatten, who fired his imagination, encouraged his dreams and with whom he could openly discuss girls. Prince Charles with his great-uncle and godfather Earl Mountbatten, left and right at a polo match in For years, royal aides have been aware of the deep-seated pain that Charles right has never managed to shed over the murder of the great-uncle left who was his mentor and guide.

He has always wanted to go to Classiebawn Castle, the Mountbatten family retreat in Co. Sligo, but he was dreading it, too, having for so long mourned his dearest confidant. It was Uncle Dickie who first took out a subscription for him of the Eagle comic when he was boarding at Cheam prep school. Hugely grateful, the Prince wrote to his great-uncle: Taking time out from his onerous post-war duties, Mountbatten wrote back to his great-nephew: During these early years away at school, nothing mattered more to the young Charles than the attention and affection of his great-uncle.

Charles admired him to the point of hero-worship. Charles admired Lord Mountbatten pictured to the point of hero-worship. On one occasion, Mountbatten, who had in vain urged the Queen and Prince Philip to have something done about them, told the young Prince: Only Mountbatten could make such a comment to Charles without seriously upsetting him. Inevitably, he wrote to Mountbatten about it, saying: The Prince was unable to talk intimately to his father about such matters, but he found it easy with Uncle Dickie.

With him, he could talk man-to-man about girls. Indeed, in , when Charles was 26, Mountbatten wrote to his great-nephew: But for a wife he should choose a suitable and sweet-charactered girl before she meets anyone else she might fall for. As Charles grew up, their bond became stronger than ever. He felt that Uncle Dickie was the only person in the world who really understood him. And over a period of five years, the couple saw each other regularly.

A year later Earl Mountbatten was dead, killed as he was setting lobster pots from his fishing boat, Shadow V. The former Viceroy of India was Even now, the shock of his death for Prince Charles can never be understated.

As he wrote in his diary at the time: Almost a year later, the Prince met Lady Diana Spencer at a barbecue and mentioned the murder of Mountbatten. How he would have mourned the sad end of that marriage.

The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Saturday, Mar 17th 5-Day Forecast. Prince still seethes over the murder of his idol: Share this article Share. I have to say: Maybe I need to learn things the hard way.

But I am learning! I know you're doing fine. That's what I want to talk about. You made one of your worst mistakes ever with Air Force One, but you bounced back from it and did some real good in Washington. And I don't want you feeling like you're in my shadow. In Quest for Camelot , there is an entire song devoted to the heroine talking about how she wants to be a knight because of her father, titled, On My Father's Wings. Then she gender-flips it, dragging a guy she meets into the quest.

Of course, whether she could have survived without him is In The Princess and the Frog ; it's obvious to the viewer that Tiana achieves her goals with hard work, sacrifice, and dedication to her dream, but every character in the movie that knows about Tiana's father constantly links her success to his influence, including Tiana herself.

Eventually this is even added on to as shown at the end, when she finally does set up her restaurant it is shown to be green and frog-themed and named "Tiana's Palace", clearly based off of her experience as a frog that she spent with her prince. In an earlier scene where she imagines her restaurant, it is done up in the yellow style her father had planned on using.

Anna Valerious of Van Helsing is introduced as a daughter and sister, is motivated by the absence of the brother, and her function in the story is as a Love Interest to the male lead. And she's a Faux Action Girl to boot! Similarly, , made by the same director , has about the same useless females whose purposes are to become the male characters' source of Morality Pet in the impending doom.

All of them are either wives, lovers, mothers, or daughters. Electra may talk a lot about her father, and becomes the owner of his oil company through heritage, but then it turns out that it was her mother's family that built up his wealth in the first place. Mary of Hancock is introduced to us as the manager's wife, but later turns into a subversion as she has her own personal characterization.

When she explains the background behind her powers however, it turns out that their relationship was problematic because someone needed Hancock to go on being immortal and save the world The Physical Gods are Brought Down to Normal when two are close together , and that he and Mary were only paired up by convention - he is the important one making it a double subversion.

In West Side Story there were girls in the Jets, but they were only there as the girlfriends of some of the more important male characters, with the exception of Anybodys , who wants to be a Jet and fight alongside the rest of them but is treated as an Annoying Younger Sibling.

After the rumble she seems to be accepted into the gang. Her name is the definition of this trope. Later on this turns out to be an inversion, as all the men try to play her as a puppet because, ultimately, a great deal of their power rests solely on Victoria liking them. Albert goes behind her back because he feels useless and knows that every iota of his respect in the British court stems from his relationship with Victoria.

In the end, the solution isn't for either of them to ignore or manipulate the other, but for Victoria to rule with Albert serving as a trusted, competent advisor, in a partnership that requires both of them. In Lost in Space we meet Dr. Judy Robinson and no surprise, she's the daughter of Professor John Robinson. However, it turned her into The Chick with little to do in a scifi setting.

Justified in period pieces like The Duchess and The Mask of Zorro where historically the woman could not have been important unless related to an important man. Stella Bridger of The Italian Job is the safe cracker and a necessary part of the team, but she is also the daughter of Charlie's mentor and got chosen for the job for that reason.

In The Sinking Of Japan the heroine's sole motivation to become a firewoman is because her father was one. Winnie in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is one of the more extreme examples; she has no other purpose aside from being something that Jake and Gekko barters with. Might cross into Deconstruction territory since the entire point of the movie is to show how corruption works.

The Bowler aka Baby Bowler from Mystery Men happens to own a bowling ball haunted by her murdered father. He can levitate himself just fine, but needs her to carry him around to get from place to place without disturbing anyone.

It's especially glaring because, while the rest of the heroes have to come to terms with their true powers and learn to believe in themselves , she doesn't actually have any powers to believe in, and specifically joins because her father made her.

She'd rather go back to graduate school. In the Alice in Wonderland , Alice Kingsley doesn't have an identity until she claims herself to be her father's daughter. She then goes on to run her father's company according to his vision instead of accepting a wedding proposal, so while it looks like sister's doin' it for herself, there's still a man to thank for her position.

Lampshaded in Agent Carter ]: Of course, he's ignoring the fact that she just accomplished a violent mission recommended for a team of agents by herself. He's also ignoring the fact that Peggy was a Major in the British Army and part of the Strategic Science Reserve before there was a Captain America, and it was thanks to her encouragement that Cap made the jump from "performing monkey" to "badass superhero.

Angelica Teach from Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is motivated throughout the film by devotion to her father Blackbeard. In Thor , Jane Foster is the daughter of an astrophysicist, mentored by her late father's colleague. She only has access to any knowledge of Asgard or Asgardian technology by way of her romantic relationship with Thor, and it's not-so-subtly implied that her primary interest in continuing her research is to reconnect with him.

Of course, it's Thor , so that last part is understandable. The seven known burn marks on the House of Black's family tapestry fit this trope. The four males were stricken from the family tree for various reasons, the three females were all stricken from it because of whom they married a Muggle, a Weasley and a Muggleborn, respectively.

It should be noted that Bellatrix and McGonagall, the two main female characters who don't have children, do become successful in their chosen fields; Bellatrix is Voldemort's Dragon and one of the most formidable Death Eaters, while McGonagall is Head of Gryffindor and later Head of Hogwarts. We are told through Pottermore how she inherited her magical powers from her mother and shared many of her mother's favorite activities when she went to Hogwarts.

While her father was mentioned a few times, very little is given on his influence for her. However, most of Bellatrix's actions are driven by Fantastic Racism and her obsessive love for Voldemort. Dracula gives the ladies the same treatment: Juliet Butler in the Artemis Fowl books could be an example of this trope - as well as the related trope if she were more of a character. She doesn't seem to have a problem with this - in "The Eternity Code," she takes on Artemis as her Principal because she's explicitly trying to fill her brother's shoes.

She does utilize her own ingenuity as well as some awesome tricks she picked up from Professional Wrestling and lucha libre to become her own fighter, but whenever she is mentioned by other characters, it is always in the context of her relationship to Butler. The Star Wars Expanded Universe plays this to the hilt with the Imperial Natasi Daala , who rose to her position in an Empire that discriminated against women because Grand Moff Tarkin took her as his lover.

And honestly, she was a General Failure. In Death Star Tarkin claims that he just allowed her to get past that prejudice and her successes were her own, but this is also the book where he kept having her snuck out to the Death Star for liaisons. And then she got brain damaged, which might explain her Informed Ability in the Jedi Academy Trilogy. It should be noted, however, that Daala's military tactics were said to be genius in land-based tactical combat, and she was then given command of a handful of Star Destroyers and expected to turn in the same results via space combat, which can easily explain her mishandling of the combat situations she was in during the Jedi Academy Trilogy.

Marasiah Fel, the first female ruler of the Fel Empire, got her position because, well, she was in the Fel Dynasty. Pretty obvious that this would be how it works in a hereditary monarchy, but still a clear example. Her father held that position before her, and she was one of his top agents. She was a bit too good at her job for her father's comfort, who grew paranoid that she might try and take over his job. So he sent her on a suicide mission that would make her look like incompetent, a traitor, or would outright kill her.

Ysanne noticed, survived, turned the tables on her dad and had him arrested for treason and executed within an hour of her return to Coruscant rumor is that she executed him herself , which earned her a Klingon Promotion from The Emperor.

Being psychic, the Emperor clearly knew she was lying about her father, but was impressed enough that he let her go through with it. Leia's entire life has revolved around the men in it. She was spirited away to protect her from her birth father, she only got involved in politics and the Rebellion thanks to her adopted father, she first learned of her Force powers through her twin brother, she nearly married herself off to a Prince in order to cement an Alliance treaty, and by the time that she finally settles down with Han and starts a family, her entire life is wrapped around what her husband, brother, or children are doing.

She really only comes in to clean up their messes. On the other hand, when she and Han get married, she's the one who continues her career. Han only comes out of retirement for special occasions, while Leia gets elevated to Chief of State of the entire New Republic, thus heading up a government that spans most of the known galaxy. Even Mara Jade, one of the most badass Action Girls there is, has her entire backstory closely tied to the Emperor. Even after he's dead her only goal in life is to avenge her master.

Meetra Surik, the canonical protagonist of Knights of the Old Republic 2, is perhaps the most prominent case that averts it to some degree, if not entirely. While she served under Revan in the Maladorian Wars, for the run of the game everything she does is of her own volition or due to the influence of Kreia, her elderly female mentor for learning the Force.

There are certainly men in her life but she wields more influence on them than they wield on her. After the events of the game, she teams up with Revan to try and prevent the Sith Empire from coming to threaten known space.

Her actions have a major impact on all galactic civilization and after her death she helps Revan by acting as a Spirit Advisor. Dan Brown 's Love Interests are all like this. They're both competent, no doubt, but from the moment they meet the Author Avatar , that is all but forgotten. Basically, they're the hot scientists who only get to tag along because the key victims happened to have raised them.

Conina of Discworld does her best to avoid this, fighting her father's influences as a barbarian, and not always succeeding. Of course since those violent impulses come in handy it's probably a good thing. Lady Sybil has aspects of this while also being something of an inversion. She does come from a powerful family, but up until he met Sybil, Vimes had been captain of the Night Watch, only because no one else wanted the job, and he wasn't getting promoted because his mouth kept running away from his brain.

Once he met Sybil, he started his way up the ladder of success. Played straight with Susan Sto Helit. Her being Death's granddaughter is her most defining trait and the biggest reason that makes her extraordinary and a relevant character Apart from Galadriel, the women of The Lord of the Rings fall into this. She also eventually ends up with Faramir. Still, Galadriel is a hell of an aversion, and her husband is something of an inversion. The one line the poor schmuck got in the films was to ask where Gandalf is, and Galadriel corrects him without even bothering to make eye contact.

This is a big source of criticism for the Twilight series. Bella Swan has virtually no identity beyond Edward Cullen. The few details we are given about her are there to emphasize her relationship with him they both like Clair de Lune , they both like Jane Austen, etc except for her housekeeping skills, which we're told were developed to take care of her mother, but are mostly employed out of necessity because of her incompetent father. Rosalie's defining character trait throughout most of the books is that she is jealous that she does not have Edward's affections.

In the Twilight Illustrated Guide , we find out that the main reason she became a vampire was because Carlisle had hoped she would be a wife for Edward.

Esme's backstory is how she met Carlisle and was smitten with him as a teenager, was abused by her husband as an adult, and was saved and turned into a vampire by Carlisle. Alice was only saved from James and the asylum she was locked in because of a male vampire on the staff. Leah also spends the entire series being defined by being the bitchy ex-fiance of Sam. Victoria spends the whole series with no identity beyond being James's mate, which also serves as her only motivation for serving as the villainess for the next two books.

Similarly, Irena's only identifying characteristic in Breaking Dawn is her grieving for the loss of Laurent, and Jane is always shown as a sister and as Aro's servant. Kate's entire character development in Breaking Dawn centers around her forming a relationship with Garrett. Antoninia in Belisarius Series is complex version. She is certainly not shuffled into the kitchen , but her achievements are only possible because she has "respectableized" herself by marrying a great general who is willing to treat her as an equal partner.

Deconstructed in The Hunger Games. While Katniss is the protagonist and certainly one of the more competent tributes, the game is really about playing to the audience, something that Katniss is incapable of doing on her own.

The solution is to deliberately invoke this trope, and pretend that she is the star-crossed lover of the other tribute from her district, the charismatic Peeta. Though played straight in that she gained the skills that make her so competent from either her late father or her male friend Gale.

Vorkosigan Saga centers around an aristocratic society so naturally everyone's success is family. But women are more in the background of vor society, and their main power is influence which some vor women know how to wield competently. More odd is Cordelia who in her native land was a Bold Explorer but on Barrayar was satisfied to be a properly maternal if rather eccentric vor woman. Miles is the closest to a self-made character in the series as he made himself a mercenary warlord in an area too far away from his planet for anyone to know about his princely lineage and used that to do covert ops for his native planet until he rose high in power and prestige.

Of the four other major roles, two are Love Interests , one is a sister, and even the most powerful woman in the series only exists to give the vampires and vampaneze a possibility to have children - the inability to do so on their own is given as an explanation why women are ridiculously underrepresented among them, invoking this trope on a collective scale as well.

Zig-zagged in A Song of Ice and Fire. The story makes it clear that everybody gets their power from their connections, regardless of gender, with a couple of significant exceptions.

Littlefinger , one of the only truly Self Made Men in the series, points out that all of Queen Cersei's power comes from either her family connections or temporary youth and beauty and none from political savvy, and Cersei herself openly resents her reliance on male relatives.

On the other hand, Olenna, the "Queen of Thorns", is no more reliant on her relations than any of the men other than Littlefinger and Varys, and manages to near-openly rule her House with an iron fist, and Daenerys succeeds or fails despite her male connections as often as because of them.

Shallan initially seems like a pretty standard example. A naive Country Mouse who spent her entire life sheltered by her father, she is thrust into the world when her brothers need her to steal a relic to keep their family from collapsing after their father's death. She constantly downplays her own achievements and relies on the friendship and aid of others to survive. Subverted when it turns out that the theft was her idea from the start, and she's the one who killed her father in the first place.

After she killed her mother in self defense as a child and her father took the blame, she basically became the head of household, deftly moving between her family members to keep them sane—so deftly, in fact, that not even she realized how much good she was doing.

In the second book, following advice from Jasnah and a conwoman named Tyn, she manages to infiltrate a spy organization, refound an order of magical knights, and save hundreds of thousands of lives, all by herself. By the end, she's probably the most important person in the book. Cersei Lannister feels like she is suffering under this in the male dominated Westerosi society, but Tywin bluntly tells her the real reason for her lack of power and influence beyond her family name is that she isn't as capable as she thinks she is; it can also be surmised that at least some of her apparent jealousy at Brienne of Tarth is how Brienne is by all appearances a relatively self-made woman whose family name isn't nearly as important to who Brienne became and what she achieved.

Tony attributes Ziva's job as being due to her father's high position in Mossad. He's partially correct, in that Ziva's father trained her from birth to do the job she does. In Season 7, she removes herself completely from her father's influence and goes back to Gibbs.

It's also shown that while her father has become an important character, he wouldn't be if not for Ziva. Then again, she might not be as important as she is in the story if she wasn't Ari's half-sister and handler in Mossad. We get another unwilling example in EJ Barret. It's strongly implied that her uncle being SecNav contributed to her getting her position, but she doesn't like or accept this.

Robin enters the group as Ted's Love Interest. However, she breaks out of this mold in season 3 Lampshaded beforehand in the pilot episode, when Ted reveals that the girl being described, who seemed to be the titular mother, was actually their Aunt Robin , and while several of her subplots have to do with her various romantic interests, this is true for all the characters on this show, male or female.

Robin is probably the character whose subplots are the least dependent on other characters. Invoked in-universe for Lily, whose reason for her second thoughts about marrying Marshall, and her subsequent decision to leave for San Francisco, is because she's been with him since her first day of college and doesn't know who she is outside of her relationship with him. In '' Pretty Little Liars where almost everything is gender reversed Toby, Ezra, and Paige are only a part of the group because they are love interests and don't provide a skill set.

Caleb was brought into the group because of his hacking skills against the wishes of his girlfriend Hanna. He joined despite his romantic ties to the group. Mrs Onedin in The Onedin Line. Justified in that the marriage was her idea as a way to seal a business alliance and both parties profited equally. That '70s Show had three major female characters. Donna and Jackie were either dating or being fought over by the boys, and Kitty is Eric's mom. In Blue Bloods they are a police dynasty so everyone's success is family including the daughter Erin who is a DA.

However it is less from pulling strings and more from tradition. Criminal Minds plays with this when they introduce Emily Prentiss. The first thing we learn about her is that her parents are diplomats, and the audience and, it's implied, the characters assume that this is how she got her job.

This isn't the case at all, and she remains an important character, which her parents are This is slowly expanding as the girls get more Character Development and more opportunities to show that they have lives beyond the walls of Leonard and Sheldon's apartment. All three of them find success in their own fields either on their own or through each other, and they often have scenes and plot threads to themselves.

Once she starts making money as a sales rep, Penny even immediately pays back her debt to Leonard and becomes financially independent. Deep Space Nine has many women on it: This becomes most troubling when Jadzia Dax, one of the show's main characters, eventually becomes little more than Worf's fiancee and later his wife.

After that, she was only one half of a couple, and definitely the lesser half. Quark's mother is an interesting case because she very much is a Self Made Woman, in fact she's worth more than both her sons combined which is no mean feat in a society where females aren't actually allowed to do business.

Then there's her eventual ascension to become the power behind the throne. But her role within the story is still entirely secondary to her sons'. None of these women stand still for their men and while they may compromise in the long run they have their own lives and keep them. Kira, Jadzia Dax, Kasidy and Ishka also excel in male-dominated fields with little evidence that it was any specific man who inspired them or male family member.

Kira was a freedom fighter alongside men and women while her father was a farmer. Jadzia and Kasidy have no reference to important male figures and Ishka had to battle to attain her status against men. And, of course, when you have a male relative of a main character who doesn't live on Deep Space 9 , they also tend to remain minor. In fact, Quark's mom gets a much bigger role than Sisko's dad.

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Whether she crosses over sometimes to Real Women Don't Wear Dresses or not is up to the individual, but The Nostalgia Chick gets mighty pissed whenever the lead female denies responsibility like not fulfilling duty as royalty or not taking a prestigious position with The Emperor because of a man boyfriend and father, respectively.

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Technically, most of the characters owe their position in the army to the usually male main character, because the main character recruited them. Her reason for being able to hold arms is also because she was trained by her brothers who died several years before the game started. Doe exists only as consort to John Doe, her husband.

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