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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A character becomes celebrated for heroism. He says he didn't do anything special. Problem is, it isn't false modesty this time. He really didn't do anything special.
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Megas XLR: A team of Sailor Senshi Sendups mistook Jamie for a great hero and put him up against a powerful monster without letting him get in a word of objection edgewise. Jamie seemingly kills it by accident while trying to run away, but actually just makes it come back stronger in a few hours.
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The title character of Eric. He had intended to summon a demon from the Dungeon Dimensons to grant his wish. He ends up rescuing Rincewind instead.
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In Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell, Johnny Gat and Kinzie Kensington descend into Hell only to rescue the Boss, who has been kidnapped by Satan. In doing so, they end up inadvertently foiling Satan's plan to invade and conquer Heaven.
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In an episode of Good Luck Charlie, Teddy ditches class to prove that she is not a goody-goody, which she is being called by everyone at school. However, when she is there she stops a pickpocket and is awarded a medal of honor in school the next day, and the class cheers her on by calling out "GG", short for goody-goody.
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In the PAW Patrol episode "Ultimate Rescue: Pups Save A Movie Monster", the titular movie monster gets out of control and starts blasting fire everywhere, prompting the PAW Patrol to go on a mission to put the fires out. In the end, the monster breaks down. So now how are they going to finish the movie? Believe it or not, it was actuallyDaring Danny X who saved the movie. He had been following the pups on their mission and recorded the whole thing on his helmet camera.
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In The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries episode "A Night Louse at the White House", Scooby's parents Mumsy Doo and Dada Doo fly over to the White House solely to bring him his galoshes to make sure he dresses warmly. Mumsy Doo ends up unintentionally helping Mystery, Inc. capture the episode's criminals when she knocks them out by dropping Scooby's galoshes onto their heads.
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Carr Benedict in Allison & Lillia agrees to take sole credit for the history-changing discovery made by Allison and Wil, when he was only present because he'd been trying to shoot them. The newly-promoted Major Carr finds the resulting mass adulation and jealousy deeply uncomfortable. His reckless actions in the next adventure (which he secretly hopes will bring his rank down a notch or two) only cement his heroic reputation.
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In the Angel episode "Harm's Way", negotiations with some demons go sour and they demand a sacrifice or else they will declare war. Harmony, who had no idea what was going on and was in the middle of a fight with a rival vampire, appears and then stakes the vampire. The demons consider that satisfactory and continue the negotiations.
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The Simpsons:
In "Homer Defined" had Homer save the town from nuclear doom by using eeny-meeny-miney to find the right button. He is then lauded as a national hero. He later manages to recreate his blunder, but the townsfolk figure out he had no idea what he was doing, and his "reward" this time is inspiring the term "pulling a Homer".
Similarly, in "Little Big Girl" Bart accidentally puts out a fire when using fire extinguishers to propel himself forward along the road... his intention was just a cheap thrill, but the material from said fire extinguishers put out a fire that he encountered along the way.
The image is from "Moe Baby Blues", where Moe saves Maggie (who had been launched from the Simpsons' car in a traffic accident) just as he was about to jump off the Springfield Bridge. Also a heartwarming moment when Maggie kisses Moe and Moe smiles, saying "Life don't seem so hard no more".
Homer again in "Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood" when he and Bart go on a Father/Son camping trip with the Junior Campers. Homer is The Load all the way, losing their map and getting himself, Bart, and the Flanderses lost at sea. He only ends up saving the day when his keen sense of smell and the Krusty Burger map he brought along led them to food and rescue. It also turned out that the "correct" path led the campers who went down it to be attacked by mountain men, a bear, and eventually a psycho killer lurking in an abandoned campground.
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The Very Secret Diary: Ginny's friend Emma has absolutely no idea that Ginny is being possessed and forced to attack Muggle-borns. She simply believes Ginny's frightened and unable to sleep much because of all the attacks, which then leads to her nodding off during the day and sometimes sleepwalking. So, when Ginny asks her to keep an eye on her, and stop her if she starts to wander off, she agrees. Little does she know, her interference, on multiple occasions, prevents Tom from being able to use Ginny to enact a full-scale massacre.
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has Jeffrey Mace introduced as a super-strong Inhuman who gained fame when he was photographed holding up a wall to save the life of a woman when a conference was bombed. He's made head of SHIELD and helps the organization out. However, a mission exposes that Mace is not an Inhuman and has no powers. His "saving" of that woman was actually him tripping over her trying to save his own skin and a reporter just happened to get a photograph at the perfect time and angle to make it look like Mace was holding up a wall. The President and Glen Talbot thus pushed him to take on the role for public morale. In reality, Mace hated the whole act and is ready to announce the truth but Coulson (who saw Mace risk his life to help others) urges him to keep it up in public while Coulson handles the real SHIELD activities.
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F Troop "The end of the Civil War was near; When quite accidentally; A hero who sneezed abruptly seized; Retreat and reversed it to victory."
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The Avengers - Hardball was recruited into the Initiative when he used his powers to save a little girl from being hit by an armored car — at least, that's what it looked like to witnesses. In reality Hardball was trying to rob the armored car. The rescue was a coincidence. This is one of the first hints that Hardball is a bit too amoral for a superhero-in-training.
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Duck Dodgers is this to the Martian Queen (and only the Martian Queen). Whether it's a well-timed teleporter malfunction, or bending over at just the right moment, whenever he's around her, circumstances conspire to make him look like a badass.
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Les Misérables: Thénardier. First, when he accidentally saves Georges Pontmercy's life, and then again, in his attempt to blackmail Marius.
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Batman Black and White: In the comedic "Batsman: Swarming Scourge of the Underworld", many of Batsman's successes are accidents like falling through a skylight and landing on a villain he had no idea would be there. Some of them do appear to be the result of genuine skill (unless those were also happy accidents that he was quick-witted enough to claim he'd intended all along).
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Classic Disney Shorts: In "Two-Gun Goofy", Goofy is a bumbling cowboy who gets on the wrong side of bank robber "Pistol" Pete. After suffering a series of slapstick injuries thanks to several Coincidental Dodges and other coincidences, Pete decides he's had enough and locks himself in the town jail to get away from Goofy, who is hailed as a hero and made the town's new sherriff.
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In fact, a lot of Goku's decisions throughout the Dragon Ball mythos end up working out this way. For example, letting Piccolo and Vegeta live in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z when he and his friends had them each dead to rights resulted in him gaining two of his greatest allies. Recognizing Gohan's potential and very stealthily guiding him to being the one to beat Cell resulted in Android 18 being spat out and, following Cell's post-self-destruct Zenkai, Vegeta being triggered into a rampage by Cell killing Future Trunks, who the Prince had barely given indication to care about prior. Saving Hercule, Dende, and a dog instead of his sons, Present Trunks, and Piccolo when Kid Buu destroyed Earth provided the keys to Vegeta's plan to use a Spirit Bomb to defeat Buu as well as made things easier for Gohan and Videl's budding romance. Waiting and watching Beerus fight before attacking him again on Earth allowed for Beerus dope slaping Bulma to happen, which triggered Vegeta's furious first encroachment onto godly-tier power. In fact, one can gauge the likelihood of a stupid decision working out by whether or not it was Goku that did it.
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In Footloose, the hero is challenged to a Game of Chicken in a tractor, and finds himself the accidental victor as his shoelaces get stuck in the gearing, preventing him from bailing out.
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Harry Potter is credited with defeating Voldemort as a baby, when it was really his mother's love that saved Harry and destroyed Voldemort's body. Allowing Harry to grow up without all that pressure is one of the main reasons Dumbledore arranges for him to live with Muggle Foster Parents (even if said foster family went a little too far the other way.)
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the nervous Ron is applauded for making a save with his foot during practice. When Harry mentions this right before the first match of the year, Ron tells him that he fell off the broom and kicked it accidentally. Harry quickly quips, "Well, a few more accidents like that and the match is in the bag."
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In Toriko, Zebra is hailed as a hero by a small desert village since his earlier rampages ended the war that ravaged the village. And by eating 26 species to extinction, he inadvertently saved the ecosystems said species were destroying.
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This trope is the title of the first Jack Blank book (in the second publishing run, the original title was Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation), and an accurate description of what Jack did in the first chapter. He's considered a hero for beating Revile the Undying, when all he did was blow up a school generator when he panicked and Revile got caught in the blast. He didn't even know he was a technopath at the time.
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In Dumband Dumber, as Harry's leg catches fire when he's talking to another traveller at the gas station, Lloyd is trapped in a bathroom stall with Sea Bass, a trucker they ripped off hours before. As Sea Bass gets ready to rape, and then kill, Lloyd, Harry bursts into the stall and unknowingly knocks out Sea Bass while trying to put out the fire on his leg, and demands an explanation as to why Lloyd is in the stall with another man.
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Quite often the The Incredible Hulk isn't actually trying to do something heroic, but he often does a lot of good with his powers anyway.
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Kitano, the protagonist of Angel Densetsu, half the time manages to do this by just being around and not understanding what's happening. The other half, however, he's actually saving the day.
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Everything Rincewind ever did in the Discworld novels that didn't involve running away like his backside was on fire.
Except for the one time that he mans up, in Sourcery. But it's okay! The statue, as a reward, gets downgraded to a plaque, gets downgraded to a certificate, gets downgraded to a fine.
It's implied that although a coward he may be, Rincewind also grew up on the streets of Morpork - and Survived. Which is why he chose a half-brick in a sock as his weapon against the greatest Sourcerer to ever live. There's also the fact that at heart he's not as selfish as he lets on and will stick up for those he truly cares about.
Also in The Light Fantastic and Interesting Times, although he is still trying to run away in Interesting Times. He just finds the save-everybody MacGuffin while he's at it.
In The Light Fantastic, he beats up the bringer of the apocalypse. With his bare hands, but that's partly because he was pissed off at Trymon for laughing at him, which brought up memories of years of humiliation at the Unseen University.
As Lord Vetinari remarks in The Last Hero, "[T]he thing about saving the world, gentlemen and ladies, is that it inevitably includes whatever you happen to be standing on." One of Rincewind's enduring character traits is his willingness to "heroically" face almost certain death whenever the alternative is facing absolutely certain death.
The title character of Eric. He had intended to summon a demon from the Dungeon Dimensons to grant his wish. He ends up rescuing Rincewind instead.
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Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster:
Godzilla and Rodan's battle destroys a power line tower and triggers a blackout, mere seconds before Princess Selina would have been fatally electrocuted.
A stray blast from King Ghidorah triggers an avalanche that buries the assassins' car and kills all but one of them. Later, another stray blast causes the final assassin to fall to his death.
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Also in The Light Fantastic and Interesting Times, although he is still trying to run away in Interesting Times. He just finds the save-everybody MacGuffin while he's at it.
In The Light Fantastic, he beats up the bringer of the apocalypse. With his bare hands, but that's partly because he was pissed off at Trymon for laughing at him, which brought up memories of years of humiliation at the Unseen University.
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He Was a Quiet Man: Bob Maconel was planning on Going Postal in his office building, but a similarly withdrawn co-worker beats him to it by roughly a minute. Bob shoots the co-worker with the gun he was carrying at that moment, and is suddenly hailed by his company and the media as a hero.
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In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the nervous Ron is applauded for making a save with his foot during practice. When Harry mentions this right before the first match of the year, Ron tells him that he fell off the broom and kicked it accidentally. Harry quickly quips, "Well, a few more accidents like that and the match is in the bag."
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Played with in the movie Accidental Hero (also known as simply Hero): the actual person who saves the people from a burning plane is a Jerkass who has one moment of decency (a plane crashes in front of him and he grudgingly helps the victims get out). The bum who (falsely) takes credit for said rescue is otherwise the kind of person you'd believe to be a hero and uses his reputation to help other people. There's enough gray area between them for the audience to decide which (or both) is the true hero.
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Spinning Silver: Gorek's act of simply burying his wife and stillborn children under a tree with latent magic ends up empowering it with their essence, giving it the power to grant some wishes to his surviving family members when they pray before it.
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Irresponsible Captain Tylor - While he does not really become celebrated (although he gets quite the reputation amongst the enemy), Justi Ueki Tylor does seem to hit both flavors often.
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Quantum and Woody's first case was an investigation into the murder of Ed Palmer's wife. They follow clues all around the world until they captured Terrence Magnum, a global financier with a stolen computer chip that could decrypt military codes. Unfortunately, he had nothing to do with the murder — Mrs. Palmer was killed by her husband, as the police had originally surmised.
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In the first Yes! Pretty Cure 5 movie, the Big Bad has the MacGuffin in hand... but it's not complete, so it can't grant any wishes. Blame Urara, who still had that last Pinky and hadn't put it in yet.
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In Silent Hill, beating a god to death with a pipe tends to be an objective the player character achieves while pursuing a different goal, though how heroically that turns out for the characters depends on which of the Multiple Endings you get.
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This is the only reason anyone in Inspector Gadget accepts the title character as an Inspector. However, he's so clueless that he believes the hype and never realizes for himself that he's not really the hero. Then again, his bumbling often genuinely does help save the day, usually in a Spanner in the Works fashion.
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In The Lost Fleet, Commander John Geary was a commander of a small task force patroling a system near the Syndicate Worlds space. When the Syndics invaded The Alliance, one of the first attacks was on the convoy going through the system. Sending all but his ship to the jump point, Geary turns his ship towards the incoming Syndics in order to hold them off long enough to let the others escape. He evacuates the crew and himself jumps into a cryopod before his ship is destroyed. While the act is definitely heroic, when he wakes up nearly 100 years later, he finds out that the Alliance has turned him to a great hero who will someday return to lead the fleet to a glorious victory over the Syndics. The Alliance-Syndic war has continued without stopping for all this time, with both sides being too large to be easily defeated. Heavy attrition of experienced personnel has resulted in Attack! Attack! Attack! being the only fleet tactic familiar to the fleet with personal glory of ship commanders being the most important thing in battle. Geary is now a full captain with the legendary nickname "Black Jack". However, when someone points out his heroic Last Stand, he explains that this was his only battle to date, and he lost it.
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Berlin Syndrome: A little boy looking for someone to help his hurt brother interrupts Andi right when he was almost certainly about to kill Clare.
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In One-Punch Man, the reason why King is ranked as high as he is in the Hero Association, despite being a normal guy with below-average strength and no powers (asides from maybe Super-Luck and Inhumanly threatening presence, the actual source material is not clear about it), is that he just happens to be nearby in a lot of incidents where Saitama defeated the bad guys, and bystanders credited King because he looks more like a hero than Saitama. However, because of his false reputation, he has actually been able to save the day on his own—some bad guys flee or surrender the moment they see him.
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The "Recall" short from Overwatch is a retroactive example of this. When Winston sends out the recall signal for all Overwatch agents, it was also transmitted to the long abandoned Eco-point Antarctica. Waking up Sole Survivor of the outpost, Mei, mere days before the station power would have died and left her to freeze with the others.
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On The Venture Bros., Col. Bud Manstrong is celebrated as a hero, but actually blacked out from a handjob while piloting the crashing Gargantua-1 back to Earth.
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In Analog Control'’s Let's Play of Fable, main character Arseface was a Nominal Hero at best and a Chaotic Evil villain at worst, but managed to reject and destroy the evil Sword of Aeons… because MJTR hit the attack button one time too many while making a joke. The hosts take the stance that pure accident is the only way Arseface could ever have actually saved the world.
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Goosebumps Series 2000: In "The Haunted Car", an evil ghost named Becka possesses a car and kidnaps a boy named Mitchell, going on a joyride intending to eventually kill him. They pass by his house and find it is on fire. Mitchell realizes that if he hadn't been kidnapped, he would have gone home and likely have been killed by the fire. Becka gets so pissed off that she lets him go and leaves.
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In yet another Deep Space Nine episode, a Klingon warrior attacks Quark in a drunken rage, and accidentally falls on his own knife. People assume that Quark killed him in self-defense, and instead of denying it, he milks the publicity for all it's worth... until it lands him in the middle of a series of Klingon political intrigues.
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One of the early episodes of Arthur has a Cat Up a Tree leap into Buster's arms to eat his ice cream, due to it having fish, thus becoming a hero. He lets the hero stuff go to his head and Arthur and friends decide recreate the scenario via robotic cat to prove he is no hero. It succeeds, much to the disappointment of Buster, but then he (intentionally) saves Arthur and Francine from a runaway piano. Here We Go Again!.
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In the World of Mana series, being the chosen hero tends to happen by accident:
Dawn of Mana: Keldy just wanted to find the Guardian Beast to save his Doomed Hometown...except he ends up having to clean up the very mess he helped make when Ritzia ends up possessed by the Sealed Evil in a Can instead.
Secret of Mana: The Boy just wanted to cut some tall grass...though you do find out later that he comes from a heroic lineage.
Whatever party you choose in Trials of Mana, the fairy just picks them to bond with because they happened to be there.
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Make a Wish: "Mr. Black", where young Mister Potter is simply "a guy on vacation" while the bad guys are dying like flies whenever he's in the vague vicinity.
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This happened to Doofenshmirtz in an episode of Phineas and Ferb when he accidentally saved a falling kitten when he tripped coming out of the store. As a result, everyone (including his enemies) believes him to be defecting to the good side. He even attempted to get rid of the news footage of the event to save his reputation.
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In Chapter 4 of Bendy and the Ink Machine, Ink Bendy saves Henry Stein by killing the Projectionist right when he was about to kill Henry. Seeing as he is surprised when he sees Henry after killing the Projectionist and who he is, it's likely it was an accident.
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Accidental Hero of the Galaxy: Given that it's Mass Effect done in the style of Ciaphas Cain, this is to be expected. Shepard in this missed the last shuttle off Elysium and when the Batarians attacked tried to run, inadvertently causing the Batarians to follow him back to Alliance reinforcements, which allowed them to win the day. Since then, he's been stuck with an evergrowing reputation for heroism he feels he doesn't deserve.
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There's an element of this in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, after Dorothy's house squishes the Wicked Witch of the East, and it's the key to the plot. Without squishing the Wicked Witch of the East Dorothy would never have acquired the Silver/Ruby Slippers and incurred the wrath of the Wicked Witch of the West. Nor would the Wizard have assumed she was powerful enough to destroy the WWW and thus never would have sent her there.
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Green Lantern: The Animated Series: In the episode "Steam Lantern", Gil Broome (a.k.a. Steam Lantern) is revered as the hero that saved his alternate Earth from the Anti-Monitor. He eventually confesses that he's a fraud. Duke Nigel Fortonberry had opened a dimensional rift that transported the Anti-Monitor into another universe. At the same moment, Steam Lantern fired an energy blast at the Anti-Monitor that had no effect whatsoever — but because Gil was visible to the crowd of onlookers and Duke Nigel was not, everyone assumed that Gil's attack caused the Anti-Monitor's departure, and he received all the credit.
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Kaeloo: In Episode 104, when Stumpy is trying to escape from Olaf's Mecha-Mooks, who are clinging onto him, he sticks his fingers into an electric socket. Somehow, the electricity passing through all of them gives him control over them, and he uses the army to rescue the others (who are being held prisoner by Olaf).
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In Space Brothers, Mutta accidentally foils a robbery and briefly becomes a celebrity.
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The Pony POV Series has an example in Clover's story in the 7 Dreams/Nightmares collection: Clover's about to be killed by her Big Bad, the Diamond Dog Fluffy the Terrible (yes, really) in a shack atop the Canterhorn mountain, when the dragon Bahamut just happens to land right on top of them (he literally didn't notice the shack until after he crushed it), sending Fluffy off the side of the mountain to his death.
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Audrey, Wait!: The media latches on to Audrey as the subject of infamous Break-Up Song, "Audrey, Wait!", turning her into a celebrity for no real reason other than inspiring the song. Not "heroic" in the traditional sense, but Audrey uses the media attention to good ends.
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Disney Mouse and Duck Comics examples:
Mickey's pal Goofy has been an accidental hero so often that it became a cliche in 1960s comics. Goofy would set out to engage in some hobby or sport, capture a small-time crook by mistake, and then use the inevitable reward money toward the hobby. Every. Single. Time.
This is how Fethry became the superhero Red Bat: he and Donald, journalists for the story, were infiltrating a masked party thrown by various rich people, Donald wearing a Beagle Boy-sized gorilla costume and Fethry wearing a red and grey bat costume, and when the Beagle Boys actually robbed the place disguised as gorillas and mistook Donald for one of them he tried to save his cousin-and a few blunders later the Red Bat had defeated the Beagle Boys with the help of a headless gorilla.
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Lost: in "Through the Looking Glass," Jack is called a hero for pulling a woman and her son from a burning car. When the woman regains consciousness, she reveals that the reason she crashed was she was looking at Jack, who was about to jump off a bridge at the time.note The Irony being that even though he was the one to pull them from the car, it was her who saved him by being there right at that moment.
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In Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest, the player's army is getting ready to invide the Taika Empire. The empress, Qin Shi Huang, is at the same time suffering from a debilitating disease and taking what she believes to be medicine but is actually liquid mercury. The player's army circulates some false rumors that Qin Shi Huang has taken a turn for the worse, causing her advisor, Sun Tzu, to return to the capital. Sun Tzu arrives and accidentally breaks Qin Shi Huang's medicine bottle just as she was about to take an extra large dose, causing both parties to inadvertently save her life. Since the game is fueled by Defeat Means Friendship, it averts Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!.
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In an episode of Recess, TJ gets a black eye and won't tell anyone how he got it. The other kids convince themselves that he got it performing some heroic feat or other and is just too modest to admit it. After initial protests TJ quickly starts enjoying the hero life, even getting a parade in his honour. When he's asked to tell the tale of how he got his black eye at the parade, however, his conscience finally kicks in and he admits the truth - He was square-dancing, and his partner knocked into him.
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In the Batman: The Animated Series episode "The Man Who Killed Batman", a very small-time thug, "Sid the Squid", working as a lookout somehow managed to accidentally "kill" Batman, which makes him a hero and a big-shot to Gotham City's underground. It also earns him the wrath of both Joker and Rupert Thorne, who thinks Sid has been "playing dumb" and wants to depose him. Batman is actually still alive, however, and saves Sid and collars Thorne. Sid gets sent to a big prison outside of Gotham City limits, where he is still treated as a hero for almost killing Batman — and making both Thorne and the Joker look like fools.
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In Army of Darkness Ash both invokes and subverts this trope at different times.
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In one episode of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Jimmy and the gang are tasked to steal a special egg that contains a powerful element for a machine that will be used to control the world. During this heist, Carl accidentally mixes up the real egg with an identical fake one and is forced to choose which to pull down. When they return with the egg, their client betrays them and turns out to be a Mobile-Suit Human of Professor Calamitous. Fortunately, the egg they possessed was the same fake one and the Professor's machine gets destroyed.
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Dragon Ball Super plays around with this one. Zen-Oh had previously expressed desire to hold a martial arts tournament between all 12 universes, but he didn't actually get on it until several story arcs later when Goku reminded him of the idea. However, in the meantime he'd also decided that he wanted to cut down on the number of universes, so it was announced that any team who lost in the tournament would have their universe destroyed. People from the other 11 universes instantly blamed Goku and saw him as a heartless villain. However, Vados points out that they shouldn't hate Goku, since by reviving the tournament idea he actually gave the universes a fighting chance, and otherwise Zen-Oh would have just destroyed them, end of story. For his part, Goku doesn't care either way, though he's okay with people thinking he's evil if it means he gets a good fight out of it.
In fact, a lot of Goku's decisions throughout the Dragon Ball mythos end up working out this way. For example, letting Piccolo and Vegeta live in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z when he and his friends had them each dead to rights resulted in him gaining two of his greatest allies. Recognizing Gohan's potential and very stealthily guiding him to being the one to beat Cell resulted in Android 18 being spat out and, following Cell's post-self-destruct Zenkai, Vegeta being triggered into a rampage by Cell killing Future Trunks, who the Prince had barely given indication to care about prior. Saving Hercule, Dende, and a dog instead of his sons, Present Trunks, and Piccolo when Kid Buu destroyed Earth provided the keys to Vegeta's plan to use a Spirit Bomb to defeat Buu as well as made things easier for Gohan and Videl's budding romance. Waiting and watching Beerus fight before attacking him again on Earth allowed for Beerus dope slaping Bulma to happen, which triggered Vegeta's furious first encroachment onto godly-tier power. In fact, one can gauge the likelihood of a stupid decision working out by whether or not it was Goku that did it.
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In Mulan, Mushu writes a fake message from General Li saying that Shang's new troops are needed on the front lines all so Mulan would get a chance to fight in the war. Turns out that it was desperately true as the village the general's troops had garrisoned had been annihilated by the Huns, leaving no one alive — not even the general — among the civilians or the army. And had Shang's troops not been in the mountains, the Huns would have made it to the capital city without a problem.
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Subverted in All-American Girl, where the main character believes she's this but, in fact, she really did do something heroic.
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Dawn of Mana: Keldy just wanted to find the Guardian Beast to save his Doomed Hometown...except he ends up having to clean up the very mess he helped make when Ritzia ends up possessed by the Sealed Evil in a Can instead.
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The Boondocks had one in the form of Tobias Lynchwater, aka Catcher Freeman. The true story surrounding him is that he wrote the first ever screenplay and showed it to his master George (who's also his illegitimate father) before informing him of a revolt by his fellow slaves. However, the revolt happened a week earlier than they said, much to Tobias' displeasure. He picked up a gun and meant to shoot the rebel leader Thelma, but ended up accidentally shooting the colonel instead because they kept moving. With everyone looking to him, Tobias just decided to roll with it and made it look like it was on purpose, thus starting the Catcher Freeman legend.
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Leisure Suit Larry 2: Looking for Love (in Several Wrong Places): Larry Laffer meets a Latin American woman at a music store, and tries to talk in Spanish with her. Problem is, he took Spanish at high school, and doesn't understand the girl... but the girl thought that his badly spoken phrases were secret codes, and thought he was the Soviet agent she was waiting for. She gives him a Peruvian onklunk with a hidden microfilm for the evil Dr. Nonookee; Larry, incapable to understand, thought it was a gift. And so, Larry is chased around by several Soviet spies and agents of the KGB, without even being aware of it (that is, unless they capture him, and dies). Finally, the onlunk is broken when Larry falls in the middle of a jungle. Poor Larry: he saved the world, and the only thing he received for it was a bush with killer bees...
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In The Meg what ultimately stops the threat of the Megalodon menacing the humans is a horde of great white, tiger, bull, and great hammerhead sharks reacting on instinct to the blood the wounded Megalodon gave off and dog piling the giant shark in a feeding frenzy to tear it to pieces.
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In one U.S. Acres segment of Garfield and Friends, the normally cowardly Wade accidentally saves the day, and as a result becomes rather arrogant for his so-called heroism — until, of course, he is faced with a situation where he must save the day again.
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Archie Comics: The superhero Bob Phantom created an identity in order to get close to superheroes and learn enough about them for his exposé book. In his first appearance, however, he is mistaken for a genuine superhero, and, worse still, ends up helping another hero save the day!
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Malcolm in the Middle episode "Boys at Ranch" had the boy's fireworks show a drunk and lost Hal and Otto the way back home.
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Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja: Bash de-stunk one of his fellow students when he broke said student's musical instrument but he only broke it because he didn't like its shape.
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In One Piece, Usopp manages to fulfill both flavors at once in Dressrosa when he is force-fed the Tatababasco-laced bon-bon, causing Usopp to freak out from its spiciness and morph his face so grotesquely that his adversary falls unconscious from shock, undoing her curse on thousands of people, some of whom had been waiting for her defeat for a decade. From the perspective of anyone outside the small room where the battle took place, however, it looked and sounded like Usopp was kicking major butt and emerged victorious after it went quiet.
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In Laughter in Paradise, timid bank clerk Herbert Russell has to hold up his bank manager with a toy pistol while wearing a mask in order to inherit 50,000 pounds. When he finally works up the courage to do so, he storms into the office yelling "Reach for the sky!", and startles two real hold-up men into dropping their guns. A later radio interview reveals that he is being rewarded by being promoted to branch manager.
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The Men from the Ministry episode "Counter Spies" has General Assistance Department arrest of couple of shop-owners in Hackney for ridiculously small irregularities in their products that go against the norms set out by EEC, and accidentally blowing the cover of two Soviet spies, allowing MI5 to catch them.
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Legends of the Dead Earth: In the Green Lantern Annual #5 story "Nobler in the Mind", the badly wounded Green Lantern El'qa Squa Zreenah arrives on Qualar IV and intends to recruit one of the natives, a race of giant chickens, to fight the deadly Statejian fleet in orbit. Unfortunately, the population are extremely skittish and therefore unsuitable to become Green Lanterns. Believing that he will soon die, El'qa has the ring search for someone on Qualar IV with no fear. The ring locates such a person but warns El'qa that he is not going to like it. The chosen individual, Perdoo, is erratic, disinterested in his environment and easily distracted, particularly by his appreciation for flitterbys. However, he manages to defeat the Statejians, someone that no one else in recorded history has ever been able to do, without even realising it. El'qa later learns that Perdoo felt no fear in any circumstances as he was an inmate in an insane asylum and was therefore unaware of his surroundings.
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Scooby-Doo
In The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries episode "A Night Louse at the White House", Scooby's parents Mumsy Doo and Dada Doo fly over to the White House solely to bring him his galoshes to make sure he dresses warmly. Mumsy Doo ends up unintentionally helping Mystery, Inc. capture the episode's criminals when she knocks them out by dropping Scooby's galoshes onto their heads.
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!: In "Where There's a Will, There's a Wraith", Scooby is included in a rich man's will for saving that man's life. It's eventually revealed that Scooby was just trying to get a piece of jerky from the man's pockets and the life-saving was accidental.
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On The Fairly OddParents, Timmy and his fairies find themselves in a magical duel with Remy Buxaplenty. Cosmo inadvertently winds the first challenge, rescuing Timmy from a gorilla, by poofing up some bananas for himself, which the gorilla takes in exchange for Timmy.
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Victoria's protagonist, USMC Captain John Rumford, is this initially, owing his early reputation to what essentially amounts to a politically incorrect prank, for which he gets cashiered. However, the story grows in the telling until Rumford becomes almost a legendary figure of integrity and anti-PC defiance in the military community, and a band of ex-military vigilantes elect him as their leader largely because of this. That said, Rumford then proves himself suited for the position, using his irregular warfare skills to take on the gangsters and corrupt political machines they are fighting, thus graduating into a more genuine hero. He begins by organizing a public demonstration of concerned citizens against them, then moves on to violent action against corrupt public officials when peaceful measures prove ineffective.
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Ralph Hinkley/Hanley from The Greatest American Hero was this up until the end of the series when his character was completely derailed and he became famous for being a super-hero. Earlier in the series, with rare exceptions, he avoided the hero role that was thrust upon him.
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Forrest Gump is of a sort. Forrest ran back into the combat zone to try and find Bubba, only to be called upon by other soldiers to rescue them, which he did by carrying them to the river. What he did was technically heroic but he didn't intend to save 4 others and be awarded the Medal of Honor.
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In an episode of Living Single, Maxine is in line at the bank, when suddenly a robber pulls out gun and starts making demands. At that same time Kyle, whom Maxine has a habit of arguing with, runs into the bank since he's in a hurry to take care of some business. As he sprints into the bank, he fails to notice the robber, accidentally bumps into him, trips him, and the guard is able to apprehend him, and Kyle is labeled a hero on the evening news.
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In the early Spider-Man story involving the Living Brain, the two crooks who tried to steal the Brain knock themselves out after running into Flash Thompson. Flash's classmates assume he stopped them, and ignore him when he tries to explain what really happened.
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Secret of Mana: The Boy just wanted to cut some tall grass...though you do find out later that he comes from a heroic lineage.
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In My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!, Catarina leaps from a tree, tensely tells a group of bullies to move aside, smiles gallantly at the victim of their bullying and then leaves before she has a chance to thank her. Or at least that's what it looks like to Sophia when in truth Catarina was simply rushing to get to the bathroom right now before she wet herself after a dog chased her up the tree in the first place and didn't have the faintest idea that Sophia had needed help.
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In Warhammer 40,000, Sandy Mitchell's Commissar Ciaphas Cain, HERO OF THE IMPERIUM! claims that this is basically what he is in his memoir (ie. the novels and short stories). It's only partly true. In his first short story he was nothing but, credited with saving the day while allegedly scouting for and finding a Tyranid flanking attack — when he was actually trying to desert; and saving his future aide, by charging to protect him from a horde of Tyranids — when in reality, he was simply running from more, larger Tyranids in the other direction. Since then, a combination of his survival skills, extreme good luck, and diplomatic abilities has resulted in him getting out of one hairy situation after another, with his reputation as a HERO OF THE IMPERIUM snowballing. However, only some of this had him accidentally being a hero. Other times, he'd do it on purpose, even if it was only because his own skin was among those needing to be "heroically" saved, or because of his being Slave to PR. He did like that reputation.
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In the Pokémon Chronicle "We're No Angels", Jessie, James, and Meowth are mistaken for a fictional superhero team by the people of a backwater village. They set the record straight by wrecking what they think is a robot protecting the villagers - only to be told the mecha was about to destroy the village fields.
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Beetle Bailey: When Beetle of all people receives a medal for being an exemplary worker. It starts when he gives his usual kind of lip ("I could do that, if I wanted to") to Sarge "asking" him to clean up some graffiti. Sarge gets angry and gives a violence-laden order for him to want to do it, then. When he's cleaning the wall, Killer happens by and asks why he's doing it, to which Beetle replies with angry sarcasm that it's because he wants to. The General also happens to walk by and is impressed by this dedication.
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An episode of Jimmy Two-Shoes had Jimmy stop a thief that was stealing Lucius' treasures because his was in the middle of having a Priceless Ming Vase fight with Beezy.
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The Mariachi in El Mariachi came into town just to find a place to play music and get some cash. Instead, when his guitar case is switched with a guitar case full of weapons owned by an infamous hit man, the villains and the Distressed Damsel mistake him for the hit man. Dumb luck allows him to kill the hit squad sent after him, elevating him to legend status.
Though after the tragedy of the movie's end, the Mariachi would undergo a transformation over time into the gunslinging vengeance-driven badass that we would see in Desperado, a figure more than worthy of the legend.
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In the first chapter of Whistle!!, the main character switches schools and is mistaken for a soccer star by his new team. He doesn't have the confidence to correct them, causing him to be outed embarrassingly when they actually make him play, and he's terrible.
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In True Lies while fighting Aziz's forces on the uninhabited island on the Florida Keys, Harry, a government super spy, gets captured by a muscular goon, as another half dozen goons rush him, Harry yells at Hellen, his wife, to shoot. Not knowing how to handle a gun, the Mac-10 she was holding falls out her hands, and as it bounces down a flight of stairs, the MaC-10 takes out all the goons. Once the magazine is empty, she give Harry a surprised thumbs up.
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Except for the one time that he mans up, in Sourcery. But it's okay! The statue, as a reward, gets downgraded to a plaque, gets downgraded to a certificate, gets downgraded to a fine.
It's implied that although a coward he may be, Rincewind also grew up on the streets of Morpork - and Survived. Which is why he chose a half-brick in a sock as his weapon against the greatest Sourcerer to ever live. There's also the fact that at heart he's not as selfish as he lets on and will stick up for those he truly cares about.
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In Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf: Mighty Little Defenders episode 16, the goats are given a surprise visit by Worley and Wolffy gets the idea to close the door behind him to ensure the goats don't escape. He inadvertently crushes Worley's tail with the door, and when the goats cheer him on for it he decides to play along by barking frantically (since he's a dog) at Worley.
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Fantasy of Utter Ridiculousness: Marisa was able to blast away Suika with a massive Master Spark right before the oni could finish off Megas. The problem? Marisa had been stuck in her house beneath a junk pile at the time, and the Master Spark was an attempt to free herself.
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Whatever party you choose in Trials of Mana, the fairy just picks them to bond with because they happened to be there.
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Johnny English is based on this. Johnny English does end up actually doing something heroic (save the Queen from an assassination attempt), but by doing something really stupid rather than by doing something awesome. He gets a knighthood, since this is comedy. Usually Rowan Atkinson's characters think they are this, but aren't (usually they're too inept to actually be heroic).
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In the Police Squad! episode The Butler Did It (a.k.a. A Bird In The Hand), a gunman holds three police officers hostage in a room at a police station. Suddenly, Frank Drebin opens the door, hitting the gunman and allowing the police officers to apprehend him. note  This scene was recreated in the second The Naked Gun movie with "Weird Al" Yankovic as the gunman.
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In Amistad, when they speak with the leader of the Africans through a translator, they learn that he isn't all that confident about "leading" anyone: he became leader of the group because he killed an attacking lion with a thrown stone some time back. He doesn't feel deserving of the acclaim he got for this achievement because the stone was lucky shot that just happened to hit the lion's head in such a way as to kill it; he'd thrown it out of desperation and panic in the heat of the moment.
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In the South Park episode "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods", Cartman, furious that no-one saw him on TV, knocks over the mind controlling Planetarium projector in a fit of rage, inadvertently saving Stan and Kyle and wiping the mind of the Planetarium owner.
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In the Warrior Cats graphic novel Rise of Scourge, we learn that Big Bad Scourge became the ruthless warlord he was in part by trying to live up to a reputation for toughness he got for beating up two dogs. One of these incidents was a complete fabrication and in the other the dog became afraid of Scourge's shadow and ran off while Scourge was yowling at him. Of course, Scourge apparently did kill a few dogs for real later.
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Godzilla's actions in the final act of Godzilla (2014) saved countless lives; killing the Mutos saved what remains of San Francisco and stops what could have been a global epidemic of their species.
Although the film leaves it an open question how much Godzilla does that intentionally and how much it's just instinct, so this may or may not be a subversion.
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In Wario Land 3, Wario saves his own world and unknowingly breaks Rudy the Clown's curse on the music box world's inhabitants by defeating him purely in self-defence. The inhabitants, thinking this was intentional, reward him with freedom and all the treasure he found on his quest, which is exactly what he was after from the very beginning.
This is in fact a recurring theme in his games, going on adventures to steal treasure only to defeat a villain who's often much worse than he is. In Wario Land 4 he broke into the Golden Pyramid to steal its treasure, only to inadvertently defeat the Golden Diva and save Princess Shokora. In Wario World he destroyed the Black Jewel out of revenge for destroying his castle and turning his treasure into monsters, only to inadvertently save the world from its wrath. In Wario: Master of Disguise he stole Count Cannoli's magic wand to hijack his show and get a wish from the Wishstone, only to accidentally save both his world and the TV one by defeating Terrormisu over not getting a wish. In Wario Land: Shake It! he journeys into the Shake Dimension and defeats the tyrannical Shake King just so he could get his hands on the Bottomless Coin Sack.
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This is in fact a recurring theme in his games, going on adventures to steal treasure only to defeat a villain who's often much worse than he is. In Wario Land 4 he broke into the Golden Pyramid to steal its treasure, only to inadvertently defeat the Golden Diva and save Princess Shokora. In Wario World he destroyed the Black Jewel out of revenge for destroying his castle and turning his treasure into monsters, only to inadvertently save the world from its wrath. In Wario: Master of Disguise he stole Count Cannoli's magic wand to hijack his show and get a wish from the Wishstone, only to accidentally save both his world and the TV one by defeating Terrormisu over not getting a wish. In Wario Land: Shake It! he journeys into the Shake Dimension and defeats the tyrannical Shake King just so he could get his hands on the Bottomless Coin Sack.
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Firefly:
In the episode "Jaynestown," Jayne is idolized by the citizens of a small town who herald him as the hero who robbed their oppressor and gave them the money. What the locals do not know is that the robbery was just that: a robbery. Jayne had every intention of keeping the money, but his ship was damaged and he had to throw the money out the window in order to escape. In fact, he was so determined to keep that money that he actually threw his partner out of the ship first. The spurned partner returns, minus an eye, and reveals the sordid truth, but this does not stop a local man from taking a shotgun blast meant for Jayne. There's even a song that the locals composed in celebration of his "heroics," an excerpt of which can be found on the quote page.
Jayne also denounces heroes in and of themselves in a fit of grief after said townsman is killed, saying there's no people like that. "There's just people like me."
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In its sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, when Eli Mills confronts our heroes Owen, Claire and Maisie with two armed guards at his side and reveals how Maisie is actually a clone of Lockwood's daughter (potentially hoping to convince the former two to surrender Maisie to him), the Indoraptor comes out of nowhere and mauls both of the guards to death, allowing the heroes to escape.
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Youtube prankster Remi Gaillard decided as a prank to fly a banner that said GO HOME FUCKING TOURISTS ♥RG over a beach crowded with tourists for a giggle. The lifeguards found it hilarious and decided to stay after hours, meaning they were still on-hand to provide first-aid for a tourist who fainted and required medical attention (they didn't faint because of the banner). That's fate, indeed:
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A blind Peter becomes one in the Family Guy episode "Blind Ambition", when he pulls Horace out of the Drunken Clam without knowing it was on fire.
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In The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, Granny is praised far and wide as a master detective, and she herself thinks she is. While by no means incompetent, as she always makes the final deductions herself, it's Sylvester chasing Tweety Bird around wherever they're located that causes the necessary evidence or information to fall straight into Granny's hands—she has never once fully solved a case by herself.
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Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!: In "Where There's a Will, There's a Wraith", Scooby is included in a rich man's will for saving that man's life. It's eventually revealed that Scooby was just trying to get a piece of jerky from the man's pockets and the life-saving was accidental.
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The Lord of the Rings fanfiction Nine Men and a Little Lady has Gollum, who inadvertently saves the day by eating Mary Sue, having mistaken her references to her "precious" as meaning the Ring.
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The entire series Hong Kong Phooey was built on this trope. In earlier episodes, the titular character often lucked into his heroic acts, and in later episodes, his faithful pet cat was responsible for orchestrating the events that led to his heroism. All the while, the entire cast, the titular character included, believe him to be a skilled superhero.
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The heroes of the parody westerns The Paleface (Bob Hope) and The Shakiest Gun in the West (Don Knotts) are the second variety of this trope. Both men succeed in "saving" a convoy of covered wagons, but the real heroes are their girlfriends (secretly US agents in disguise).
Nearly every movie starring Bob Hope or Don Knotts is a story of protagonists that are this trope. A lot of the Danny Kaye movies fit this trope too.
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In Paladin's Quest, Chezni starts his journey because he was duped by his "friend" Duke, actually Zaygos, the Emperor of the Southern continent, into activating Dal Gren.
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In an episode of Frasier, Bulldog enjoys this status when he grabs Roz and spins her away from danger when their coffee shop hangout is attacked by a gunman. In actuality, Bulldog thinks that someone pulling out his wallet is the gunman and spins Roz towards him, using her as a human shield. The rest of the episode features Bulldog being lauded with praise for being a hero while Frasier tries to convince him to come clean - starting with simply asking him and escalating into more and more elaborate attempts to guilt-trip him. Of course, him being Bulldog, none of this works. Things finally return to normal when Frasier's dad yells "He's got a gun!" at a banquet in Bulldog's honor, causing him to repeat his actions, whereupon he is berated by all the guests there. It turns out, however, that Frasier's dad doesn't really care about right and wrong in this case, he just wanted Frasier to shut up about it.
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In an episode of Friends, the male characters go to a seedy part of town with Phoebe's then-boyfriend Gary. While there, what sounds like a gunshot is heard, and Joey jumps on top of Ross, apparently protecting him with his body. He's hailed as a hero, even though it turns out it was just a car backfiring, because he didn't know it wasn't a gunshot. When Chandler gets upset because Joey protected Ross instead of him, however, Joey admits he was actually protecting a sandwich.
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In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Arthur becomes a hero to a race of alien birds for showing them not to take any nonsense from their machines by throwing away a cup of revolting tea substitute a Nutrimatic device had given him.
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Happy Heroes: In Season 2 episode 42, Big M. and Little M. are mistaken by Happy S. to have saved the president of planet Xing Xing from other criminals. They were actually trying to capture the president themselves and only fended off the other criminals because they weren't amused with them acting on the idea first.
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Don Martin's Captain Klutz begins his career (such as it is) by landing on top of an escaping robber following a bungled suicide attempt.
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