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* [[Badass and Child Duo]] requires The Badass to have been a Badass from the very beginning, and at all times, but [[Papa Wolf]] can be any kind of person weak or strong who will become badass when their children are threatened.
 
* [[Badass and Child Duo]] requires The Badass to have been a Badass from the very beginning, and at all times, but [[Papa Wolf]] can be any kind of person weak or strong who will become badass when their children are threatened.
* In [[Badass and Child Duo]], The Badass is responsible for one child, usually not related to them in anyway, while the [[Papa Wolf]]'s children are usually their own kids, their friends or loved ones' kid(s), and/or their kid's friend(s).
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* In [[Badass and Child Duo]], The Badass is responsible for one child, usually not related to them in anyway, while the [[Papa Wolf]]'s children are usually their own kids and/or their kid's friends.
 
* The [[Papa Wolf]] becomes badass usually for a specific situation, and may be a one-off thing, while [[Badass and Child Duo]] actually requires that the child constantly be in danger for more or less the entire work so as to invoke the Badasses skills.
 
* The [[Papa Wolf]] becomes badass usually for a specific situation, and may be a one-off thing, while [[Badass and Child Duo]] actually requires that the child constantly be in danger for more or less the entire work so as to invoke the Badasses skills.
 
* [[Papa Wolf]] has no personality or age requirements or common attributes, while [[Badass and Child Duo]] does for both the Protector and Protectee, in particular the child must actually be a child or early adolescent, while the [[Papa Wolf]]'s children can be of any age, even adults.
 
* [[Papa Wolf]] has no personality or age requirements or common attributes, while [[Badass and Child Duo]] does for both the Protector and Protectee, in particular the child must actually be a child or early adolescent, while the [[Papa Wolf]]'s children can be of any age, even adults.

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