History Characters / VForVendetta

16th May '16 1:34:00 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In The comic V is a NominalHero or an AntiVillain, while in the film V is more a PragmaticHero.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In The the comic V is a NominalHero or an AntiVillain, while in the film V is more a PragmaticHero.



** In the novel of the film, it was also helped by the case of when V killed Prothero and the PedophilePriest, seeing his government's hypocrisy as illegal drugs and kiddy porn was supposedly banned and destroyed when Norsefire took control yet these high ranking members have tons of it.

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** In the novel of the film, comic, it was also helped by the case of when V killed Prothero and the PedophilePriest, seeing his government's hypocrisy as illegal drugs and kiddy porn was supposedly banned and destroyed when Norsefire took control yet these high ranking members have tons of it.



** Even moreso in the novel of the film, as the police discovered a large collection of child pornography at his place -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards banned completely and supposedly destroyed after the ascension of Norsefire]].

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** Even moreso in the novel of the film, comic, as the police discovered a large collection of child pornography at his place -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards banned completely and supposedly destroyed after the ascension of Norsefire]].
14th May '16 11:56:40 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* BreakTheCutie Invoked [[spoiler:by V, who believes that for her to break out of her rut and become his successor, she first has to be broken down until she has nothing, so that she can be remade/remake herself]]

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* BreakTheCutie BreakTheCutie: Invoked [[spoiler:by V, who believes that for her to break out of her rut and become his successor, she first has to be broken down until she has nothing, so that she can be remade/remake herself]]
16th Apr '16 6:44:45 AM lolface123
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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Many of the names on his kill list are those who tormented him at Larkhill.


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* TranquilFury: It's very certain that the events surrounding how he came to be have touched a nerve, but he keeps it very low-key.
26th Mar '16 7:45:41 PM JackG
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* IncestSubtext: In the novel Eve attaches herself to various father figures as ReplacementGoldfish for her DisappearedDad. The trope is even lampshaded in her NightmareSequence, where she sleeps with her own father.

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* IncestSubtext: In the novel Eve Evey attaches herself to various father figures as ReplacementGoldfish for her DisappearedDad. The trope is even lampshaded in her NightmareSequence, where she sleeps with her own father.
26th Mar '16 7:42:14 PM JackG
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* IncestSubtext: In the novel Eve attaches herself to various father figures as ReplacementGoldfish for her DisappearedDad. The trope is even lampshaded in her NightmareSequence, where she sleeps with her own father.
26th Mar '16 12:17:53 AM JackBone
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* VillainousBreakdown: Helen has two towards the end of the comics. The first occurs when [[spoiler: she comes home to find Alistair dead and her mortally wounded husband lying on the floor of the lounge room with the tape of her affair with Alistair. She proceeded to yell at and belittle Conrad for ruining her plans before abandoning him to die of his wounds]]. The second occurs when she encounters [[spoilers:Finch and tries to convince him to work with her. When Finch refuses Helen is reduced to shrieking and ranting while he quietly leaves her behind]].

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* VillainousBreakdown: Helen has two towards the end of the comics. The first occurs when [[spoiler: she comes home to find Alistair dead and her mortally wounded husband lying on the floor of the lounge room with the tape of her affair with Alistair. She proceeded to yell at and belittle Conrad for ruining her plans before abandoning him to die of his wounds]]. The second occurs when she encounters [[spoilers:Finch [[spoiler:Finch and tries to convince him to work with her. When Finch refuses Helen is reduced to shrieking and ranting while he quietly leaves her behind]].
26th Mar '16 12:17:06 AM JackBone
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** Even moreso in the novel of the film, as the police discovered a large collection of child pornography at his place -- banned completely and supposedly destroyed after the ascension of Norsefire.

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** Even moreso in the novel of the film, as the police discovered a large collection of child pornography at his place -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards banned completely and supposedly destroyed after the ascension of Norsefire.Norsefire]].



* HoistByHisOwnPetard: Her use of sex as a weapon led her to [[spoiler:cheat on her husband. When he finds out he kills her lover and gets mortally wounded himself, ruining her plans to control the government. It could also be a case of LaserGuidedKarma; Helen used sex as a weapon to ruthlessly manipulate people and control her downtrodden husband, by the end she's reduced to selling sexual favours to survive]].

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: HoistByHisOwnPetard[=/=]LaserGuidedKarma: Her use of sex as a weapon led her to [[spoiler:cheat on her husband. When he finds out he kills her lover and gets mortally wounded himself, ruining her plans to control the government. It could also be a case of LaserGuidedKarma; Helen Later Helen, who used sex as a weapon to ruthlessly manipulate people and control her downtrodden husband, by the end she's is reduced to selling sexual favours favors to survive]].



* VillainousBreakdown: Helen has two towards the end of the comics. The first occurs when [[spoiler: she comes home to find Alistair dead and her mortally wounded husband lying on the floor of the lounge room with the tape of her affair with Alistair. She proceeded to yell at and belittle Conrad for ruining her plans before abandoning him to die of his wounds]]. The second occurs when she encounters [[spoilers:Finch and tries to convince him to work with her. When Finch refuses Helen is reduced to shrieking and ranting while he quietly leaves her behind]].



* KnifeNut: He has a definite fondness for blades, as he used a sword to kill Gordon and [[spoiler:when he turned on Creedy, he used a knife or razor in what is implied to be a truly horrific and sadistic fashion.]]

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* KnifeNut: He has a definite fondness for blades, as he used a sword to kill Gordon and [[spoiler:when he turned on Creedy, he used a knife or razor in what is implied to be a truly horrific and sadistic fashion. This also came into play against Conrad, see MutualKill below.]]
* MutualKill: [[spoiler:Though Conrad manages to surprise Alistair by ambushing the latter with a spanner while he's watching a video of himself and Helen, Harper manages to seriously wound Conrad with his razor. However Conrad beats Alistair to death with the spanner before bleeding out himself.
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25th Mar '16 11:55:58 PM JackBone
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Alistair establishes himself sitting in a sleazy bar, talking with one of his co-workers about his new job working for [[StateSec the Finger]], gloating about when he [[OffstageVillainy used his newfound power to arrest a married couple, beat up the husband, then perform a strip search on the man's wife and feel her up]].

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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Alistair establishes himself is introduced sitting in a sleazy bar, talking with one of his co-workers about his new job working for [[StateSec the Finger]], gloating Finger]]. During the conversation he bragged about when he [[OffstageVillainy used using his newfound new-found power to arrest a married couple, beat up the husband, then perform a strip search on the man's wife and feel her up]].
15th Feb '16 6:59:58 PM redandready45
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** In the film, he offhandedly abuses his power to put the 1812 Overture (the music V played while destroying the Old Bailey) on the blacklist, simply because "[He] never wants to hear it again."

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** In the film, he offhandedly abuses his power to put the 1812 Overture (the music V played while destroying the Old Bailey) on the blacklist, simply because "[He] never wants to hear it again."" [[spoiler: He later ''murders'' Gordon for making fun of him]].
21st Jan '16 5:57:13 PM 43110
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* DragonInChief: In the film.[[spoiler: He is revealed to be not only the mastermind behind the Norsefire Party's seizure of power but the official Party Leader directly in charge of the regime's day-to-day administration.]]

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* DragonInChief: In the film.[[spoiler: He is revealed to be not only the mastermind behind the Norsefire Party's seizure of power but the official Party Leader directly in charge of the regime's day-to-day administration.]]
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