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16th Aug '17 6:50:22 PM VisitorAlex
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': In the first half of [[GrandFinale season 5]], Jack is wearing a dark armor with horns and a mask with a very devilish look resembling a Japanese ''Oni''. Also, in the promotional picture, Jack has a very menacing KubrickStare, all topped off with him being covered in blood. Of course, Jack still manages to be a rather heroic man depite his fatal flaws.
12th Jun '17 5:39:33 PM ading
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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'':
** Pottsfield is populated by creepy-looking villagers in pumpkin costumes [[spoiler:who are actually skeletons]]. One of them states that "people don't usually just pass through Pottsfield", and the episode initially sets us up to believe that the village has some kind of totalitarian state or black magic that forcibly prevents people from wanting to leave, but it's really just a genuinely fun place where people don't usually want to leave quickly. Their leader, Enoch, is a little strict, but [[spoiler:ultimately proves to be a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who is perfectly willing to let Greg and Wirt go home once they've been fairly punished for destroying other people's property]].
** The Beast has a lot of DarkIsEvil traits, but his [[TheDragon Dragon]] [[spoiler:Adelaide]] is melted by the night sky, and he himself is [[spoiler:ultimately killed by blowing out his lantern, leaving the screen completely black]].
** [[spoiler:Auntie Whispers]] looks like an evil hag, but is actually a very kind woman who was telling the truth about [[spoiler:protecting Lorna from "the evil spirit"]].
23rd May '17 4:25:45 PM Spanks
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** Twilight Sparkle, having mostly dark colors of lavender and purple, in addition to a name that refers to a time period of night. She is unquestionably TheHero of the series.

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** Twilight Sparkle, having mostly dark colors of lavender and purple, in addition to a name that refers to a time period of night. She is unquestionably TheHero undoubtedly the loving and friendly [[TheHero hero]] and central protagonist of the entire series.
22nd May '17 8:40:43 AM Spanks
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** [spoiler:Starlight Glimmer]] officially becomes this post HeelFaceTurn, being dominantly purple. However, she has a much brighter pastel shade of purple in her coat and mane than Twilight Sparkle.

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** [spoiler:Starlight [[spoiler:Starlight Glimmer]] officially becomes this post HeelFaceTurn, being dominantly purple. However, she has a much brighter pastel shade of purple in her coat and mane than Twilight Sparkle.
22nd May '17 8:39:58 AM Spanks
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** Twilight Sparkle, having mostly dark colors of lavender and purple, in addition to a name that refers to a time period of night. She is unquestionably TheHero of the series.



** Twilight Sparkle herself qualifies, having mostly dark colors of lavender and purple, in addition to a name that refers to a time period of night, yet being undeniably on the side of good... even during her [[SanitySlippage less than stable times]].


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** [spoiler:Starlight Glimmer]] officially becomes this post HeelFaceTurn, being dominantly purple. However, she has a much brighter pastel shade of purple in her coat and mane than Twilight Sparkle.
9th May '17 3:08:33 AM Shadowgazer
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** Irwin, too, as is expected for the {{Adorkable}} NonActionGuy [[HybridMonster offspring]] of [[{{Dhampyr}} Dracula's son]] and a {{Mummy}}. More noticeable in ''Underfist'', where he gain superpowers and a costume that could best be described as {{Goth}} meets Ancient Egypt and unlike previous episodes he acts heroically and decently.

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** Irwin, too, as is expected for the {{Adorkable}} NonActionGuy [[HybridMonster offspring]] of [[{{Dhampyr}} Dracula's son]] and a {{Mummy}}. More noticeable in ''Underfist'', where he gain superpowers and a costume that could best be described as {{Goth}} meets Ancient Egypt and unlike previous episodes where he abused the powers that he got, he acts heroically and decently.
9th May '17 2:56:33 AM WillBGood
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** In the 2002 animated series episode "King Randor", Adam and Man-At-Arms travel to the underground land of Subternia to negotiate between two races, one of which is a fearsome-looking tribe of bat people that a freaked Adam nearly pulls his sword on before Duncan stops him. Despite their appearance they're very friendly towards the visitors and Randor is greeted warmly by their king Lord Dactus. There's a funny moment of NotSoDifferent when Adam expresses disbelief that Dactus is really their king and Dactus gently calls him on it.

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** In the 2002 animated series episode "King Randor", Adam and Man-At-Arms travel to the underground land of Subternia to negotiate between two races, one of which is a fearsome-looking tribe of bat people that a freaked Adam nearly pulls his sword on before Duncan stops him. Despite their appearance they're very friendly towards the visitors and Randor is greeted warmly by their king Lord Dactus. Dactys. There's a funny moment of NotSoDifferent when Adam expresses disbelief that Dactus Dactys is really their king and Dactus Dactys gently calls him on it.



-->'''Dactus:''' I've been apologizing for mine for ''years''! (''they laugh as Adam and Man-At-Arms give each other wry looks'')

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-->'''Dactus:''' -->'''Dactys:''' I've been apologizing for mine for ''years''! (''they laugh as Adam and Man-At-Arms give each other wry looks'')
9th May '17 2:55:00 AM WillBGood
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** See the RealLife page for more, but in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheWitchsGhost'', Wicca is portrayed as good and its even gone into detail as to the fact they're very different from witches. [[spoiler: Of course the 'Wiccan' they thought they were clearing the name of was actually an evil witch, but Wiccans were the ones who imprisoned her inside her own spell book and only a Wiccan could imprison her again.]] The Hex Girls (introduced in this movie) also play this trope; they dress like vampires for their act, but are actually three really nice girls and love the environment. They even help the Gang everytime they meet, and [[spoiler: their leader is the one to banish Sarah the witch back into her prison]].

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** See the RealLife page for more, but in In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheWitchsGhost'', Wicca is portrayed as good and its even gone into detail as to the fact they're very different from witches. [[spoiler: Of course the 'Wiccan' they thought they were clearing the name of was actually an evil witch, but Wiccans were the ones who imprisoned her inside her own spell book and only a Wiccan could imprison her again.]] The Hex Girls (introduced in this movie) also play this trope; they dress like vampires for their act, but are actually three really nice girls and love the environment. They even help the Gang everytime they meet, and [[spoiler: their leader is the one to banish Sarah the witch back into her prison]].
9th May '17 2:54:12 AM WillBGood
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* - Grim to an extent, TheGrimReaper. He may be death personified, but he enjoys watching television and is always (although reluctantly) willing to use his supernatural abilities to save others. Played with, since he does show often a sociopathic disregard for other people's lives and wellfare and in a few episodes he does act outright evil. But most of the time he is too passive and affable to completely subvert it.
** It's no wonder if Grim seems like a nice (or at least likable) fellow compared to [[EnfantTerrible the company]] he is forced to keep.

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* - ** Grim to an extent, TheGrimReaper. extent. He may be [[TheGrimReaper death personified, personified,]] but he enjoys watching television and is always (although reluctantly) willing to use his supernatural abilities to save others. Played with, since he does show often a sociopathic disregard for other people's lives and wellfare and in a few episodes he does act outright evil. But most of the time he is too passive and affable to completely subvert it. \n** It's no wonder if Of course, Grim seems would seem like a nice (or at least likable) fellow compared to [[EnfantTerrible the company]] he is forced to keep.
30th Apr '17 12:31:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Toonami}}'' has TOM who is a dark blue robot, but is kind to his viewers.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Toonami}}'' ''Creator/{{Toonami}}'' has TOM who is a dark blue robot, but is kind to his viewers.
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