History EvenEvilHasStandards / VideoGames

16th Dec '17 6:41:13 PM DustSnitch
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* Appears to varying degrees in ''Franchise/StreetFighter''. WordOfGod is that despite all of his ingame comments, [[BloodKnight Akuma]] has an honor code that forbids killing anybody too weak to push him far enough to do so. Also, in spite of the Satsui No Hadou being winning at any cost, he won't use dirty tricks to win, which led him to stopping his fight with [[BadassGrandpa Gen]] because of Gen's terminal illness.

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* Appears to varying degrees in ''Franchise/StreetFighter''. WordOfGod is that despite all of his ingame comments, [[BloodKnight Akuma]] has an honor code that forbids killing anybody too weak to push him far enough to do so. Also, in spite of the Satsui No Hadou being winning at any cost, he won't use dirty tricks to win, which led him to stopping his fight with [[BadassGrandpa Gen]] Gen because of Gen's terminal illness.



* In ''Space Tyrant'', it is possible to discover a culture that practices geriacide-executing the elderly. The narrator states that this is "against Imperial policy". The emponymous Tyrant has no qualms with several other, even worse atrocities; for example, weaponizing the most deadly disease in the known galaxy. This is a game where opressing the populace of a conquered world is a core mechanic, but old people have EARNED their retirement. It says a lot that the inhabitants gift you a pair of frigates for stopping the practice, presumably [[BadassGrandpa crewed by the same old folks whose lives you saved.]]

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* In ''Space Tyrant'', it is possible to discover a culture that practices geriacide-executing the elderly. The narrator states that this is "against Imperial policy". The emponymous Tyrant has no qualms with several other, even worse atrocities; for example, weaponizing the most deadly disease in the known galaxy. This is a game where opressing the populace of a conquered world is a core mechanic, but old people have EARNED their retirement. It says a lot that the inhabitants gift you a pair of frigates for stopping the practice, presumably [[BadassGrandpa crewed by the same old folks whose lives you saved.]]
8th Dec '17 1:41:16 PM RedScharlach
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*** Trevor, again, however, shows this trope if you betray Michael instead; he absolutely despises Franklin for killing Michael, moreso because Michael was like a father to Franklin and Franklin betrayed him than because Trevor was Michael's friend. Apparently trust is a big thing for Trevor too.

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*** Trevor, again, however, shows this trope if you betray Michael instead; he absolutely despises Franklin for killing Michael, moreso more so because Michael was like a father to Franklin and Franklin betrayed him than because Trevor was Michael's friend. Apparently trust is a big thing for Trevor too.



** HK-47, our lovable killing robot, has a fine degree of standards and function compared to his successor. While he adores violence, his programming [[spoiler: by Revan]] was [[spoiler: to prevent the collapse of the Republic]] and never to kill his master (although accidental suicides still work). Another point is that when assassinating his targets, it must be his target only; he can't kill anyone else unless it was collateral damage, which is fine by 47. HK-50, on the other hand, will gleefully kill everybody to obtain their objective, and it didn't ride well with HK-47.

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** HK-47, our lovable killing robot, has a fine degree of standards and function compared to his successor. While he adores violence, his programming [[spoiler: by [[spoiler:by Revan]] was [[spoiler: to [[spoiler:to prevent the collapse of the Republic]] and never to kill his master (although accidental suicides still work). Another point is that when assassinating his targets, it must be his target only; he can't kill anyone else unless it was collateral damage, which is fine by 47. HK-50, on the other hand, will gleefully kill everybody to obtain their objective, and it didn't ride well with HK-47.



** Granted, [[AxCrazy HK-47]] was objecting its [[PragmaticVillainy impracticality more than seeing it as wrong.]]

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** Granted, [[AxCrazy HK-47]] was objecting to its [[PragmaticVillainy impracticality more rather than seeing it as wrong.]]



** Darth Marr is a member of the Dark Council, and is as ruthless as any Sith Lord. Furthermore, it's rumored that the reason he never takes off his mask is because his face is [[EvilMakesYouUgly so horribly grotesque]] that it once drove an Imperial officer to suicide. However, he is repulsed by the fact that the Sith keep fighting each other as much as their Jedi and Republic enemies, because this has allowed the Republic to gain the upper hand and costs the Empire in manpower and equipment. He begins working feverishly to unite all the Imperial factions to win the war. He also seems to genuinly care about the Empire's people. He also shows alot of respect towards Jedi Grandmaster Satele Shan, whenever the two are forced to work together against a worse enemy, the latest being [[spoiler: the Sith Emperor himself, who is now known to be an OmnicidalManiac, who plans to consume all life in the galaxy to become immortal]]. Obviously, Marr doesn't like that too much.

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** Darth Marr is a member of the Dark Council, and is as ruthless as any Sith Lord. Furthermore, it's rumored that the reason he never takes off his mask is because his face is [[EvilMakesYouUgly so horribly grotesque]] that it once drove an Imperial officer to suicide. However, he is repulsed by the fact that the Sith keep fighting each other as much as their Jedi and Republic enemies, because this has allowed the Republic to gain the upper hand and costs the Empire in manpower and equipment. He begins working feverishly to unite all the Imperial factions to win the war. He also seems to genuinly genuinely care about the Empire's people. He also shows alot a lot of respect towards Jedi Grandmaster Satele Shan, whenever the two are forced to work together against a worse enemy, the latest being [[spoiler: the Sith Emperor himself, who is now known to be an OmnicidalManiac, who plans to consume all life in the galaxy to become immortal]]. Obviously, Marr doesn't like that too much.



* Travis Touchdown of ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' could not find it in himself to kill the 18 year old Shinobu or Holly Summers, who he loved for her personality. His standards boil down to WouldntHitAGirl.

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* Travis Touchdown of ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' could not find it in himself to kill the 18 year old 18-year-old Shinobu or Holly Summers, who he loved for her personality. His standards boil down to WouldntHitAGirl.



* ''[[VideoGame/CityOfHeroes City of Villains]]'' players early on complained that the missions they received didn't make them feel evil enough. Then the developers added Westin Phipps and his set of missions, which were instantly criticized for being ''too evil''. Mainly because working for Phipps skips the KickTheDog phase and sends you right over the MoralEventHorizon. [[note]]Phipps is an Arachnos agent working undercover as a prominent charity worker and community activist. Partly so that he can spy on the activist community and keep tabs on rabble rousers, but mostly so that he can ''most efficently'' disenfranchise the downtrodden of Grandville.[[/note]]

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* ''[[VideoGame/CityOfHeroes City of Villains]]'' players early on complained that the missions they received didn't make them feel evil enough. Then the developers added Westin Phipps and his set of missions, which were instantly criticized for being ''too evil''. Mainly because working for Phipps skips the KickTheDog phase and sends you right over the MoralEventHorizon. [[note]]Phipps is an Arachnos agent working undercover as a prominent charity worker and community activist. Partly so that he can spy on the activist community and keep tabs on rabble rousers, but mostly so that he can ''most efficently'' efficiently'' disenfranchise the downtrodden of Grandville.[[/note]]
4th Dec '17 1:31:49 PM VisitorAlex
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->''"Merryweather are employed by the [[RichBastard richest]], greediest scum on the planet to shit on the poorest and the neediest. So we're going to enjoy shitting on them"''
-->-- '''Trevor Philips''', about '''[[NebulousCriminalConspiracy Merryweather]]''', '''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'''
28th Nov '17 9:33:56 AM Njein
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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': ''All'' of the other villains (including Brainiac, Darkseid, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and Reverse-Flash) in this game agree that what ComicBook/TheJoker — or at least, the ''Injustice'' version — did by nuking Metropolis and causing Superman's StartOfDarkness by having him kill his wife Lois Lane in [[VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs the previous game]] was one step ''way too far''. The tie-in comics also revealed how Joker stole a nuclear sub and dosed Supes with a Kryptonite-laced version of the Scarecrow’s fear gas, making him see and fight his enemy Doomsday, only to discover he actually killed his pregnant wife, Lois Lane, by accident. Even worse, her death triggered the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Metropolis. The shock of losing Lois and Metropolis in a single day caused [[BewareTheSuperman Superman to]] [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope kill him]] [[FaceHeelTurn and]] [[KnightTemplar establish a]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist totalitarian]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters dictatorship]], [[StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred which was what]] Joker exactly wanted in his twisted way all along. And his rationale for causing all of this mess? All ForTheEvulz, as the clown was bored of constantly losing to Batman, so he wanted to go after an easier target and see if they'll snap by breaking the ThouShaltNotKill rule. It's easy to see why the the Injustice-verse version of the MonsterClown is seen as the resident HateSink of the game, as virtually everybody loathes him for what he did so far. And in the interquel comics, even Ra's al Ghul agrees that what Joker did was too heinous.

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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': ''All'' of the other villains (including Brainiac, Darkseid, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and Reverse-Flash) in this game agree that what ComicBook/TheJoker — or at least, the ''Injustice'' version — did by nuking Metropolis and causing Superman's StartOfDarkness by having him kill his wife Lois Lane in [[VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs the previous game]] was one step ''way too far''. The tie-in comics also revealed how Joker stole a nuclear sub and dosed Supes with a Kryptonite-laced version of the Scarecrow’s fear gas, making him see and fight his enemy Doomsday, only to discover he actually killed his pregnant wife, Lois Lane, by accident. Even worse, her death triggered the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Metropolis. The shock of losing Lois and Metropolis in a single day caused [[BewareTheSuperman Superman to]] [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope kill him]] [[FaceHeelTurn and]] [[KnightTemplar establish a]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist totalitarian]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters dictatorship]], [[StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred which was is what]] Joker exactly wanted in his twisted way all along. And his rationale for causing all of this mess? All ForTheEvulz, as the clown was bored of constantly losing to Batman, so he wanted to go after an easier target and see if they'll snap by breaking the ThouShaltNotKill rule. It's easy to see why the the Injustice-verse version of the MonsterClown is seen as the resident HateSink of the game, as virtually everybody loathes him for what he did so far. And in the interquel comics, even Ra's al Ghul agrees that what Joker did was too heinous. It's implied WordOfGod decided to write everyone referring to him as evil incarnate, even moreso than he is usually portrayed as. Even his lone redeeming quality — [[LaughablyEvil being funny]] — is often still used to call attention to the psychotic monster he is.
20th Nov '17 8:56:19 PM Njein
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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': ''All'' of the other villains (including Brainiac, Darkseid, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and Reverse-Flash) in this game agree that what ComicBook/TheJoker — or at least, the ''Injustice'' version — did by nuking Metropolis and causing Superman's StartOfDarkness by having him kill his wife Lois Lane in [[VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs the previous game]] was one step ''way too far''. The tie-in comics also revealed how Joker stole a nuclear sub and dosed Supes with a Kryptonite-laced version of the Scarecrow’s fear gas, making him see and fight his enemy Doomsday, only to discover he actually killed his pregnant wife, Lois Lane, by accident. Even worse, her death triggered the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Metropolis. The shock of losing Lois and Metropolis in a single day caused [[BewareTheSuperman Superman to]] [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope kill him]] [[FaceHeelTurn and]] [[KnightTemplar establish a]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist totalitarian]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters dictatorship]], [[StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred which was what]] Joker exactly wanted in his twisted way all along. And his rationale for causing all of this mess? All ForTheEvulz, as the clown was bored of constantly losing to Batman, so he wanted to go after an easier target. It's easy to see why the the Injustice-verse version of the psychotic jester is seen as the resident HateSink of the game, as virtually everybody loathes him for what he did so far. And in the interquel comics, even Ra's al Ghul agrees that what Joker did was too heinous.

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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': ''All'' of the other villains (including Brainiac, Darkseid, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and Reverse-Flash) in this game agree that what ComicBook/TheJoker — or at least, the ''Injustice'' version — did by nuking Metropolis and causing Superman's StartOfDarkness by having him kill his wife Lois Lane in [[VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs the previous game]] was one step ''way too far''. The tie-in comics also revealed how Joker stole a nuclear sub and dosed Supes with a Kryptonite-laced version of the Scarecrow’s fear gas, making him see and fight his enemy Doomsday, only to discover he actually killed his pregnant wife, Lois Lane, by accident. Even worse, her death triggered the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Metropolis. The shock of losing Lois and Metropolis in a single day caused [[BewareTheSuperman Superman to]] [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope kill him]] [[FaceHeelTurn and]] [[KnightTemplar establish a]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist totalitarian]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters dictatorship]], [[StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred which was what]] Joker exactly wanted in his twisted way all along. And his rationale for causing all of this mess? All ForTheEvulz, as the clown was bored of constantly losing to Batman, so he wanted to go after an easier target. target and see if they'll snap by breaking the ThouShaltNotKill rule. It's easy to see why the the Injustice-verse version of the psychotic jester MonsterClown is seen as the resident HateSink of the game, as virtually everybody loathes him for what he did so far. And in the interquel comics, even Ra's al Ghul agrees that what Joker did was too heinous.
19th Nov '17 7:34:58 AM fobarimperius
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* This is a major running theme in Disgaea5, with main villain Void Dark trying to destroy so many Netherworlds and the various overlords trying to fight back. Void Dark resorts to making siblings fight to the death, and one of his generals [[NecroMancer constantly revives the dead under her mantra "Kill, Recycle"]]. All Red Magnus did was be an idiot in comparison, and Killia at worst was just a self-indulgent demon who followed his own interest.


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** Every mercenary, including the overconfident scout, [[TheDreaded are outright terrified of the Pyro]].
--->'''Spy''': One shudders to imagine what inhuman thoughts lie behind that mask... what dreams of chronic and sustained cruelty?


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** This behavior is incredibly ironic [[spoiler:given that, in VideoGame/SonicForces, Egmman's plan is to ''drop the sun on the planet'']].


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** In Fallout4, the Brotherhood of Steel is questionable at best and outright evil at worst given they're willing to extort resources from settlements and take it upon themselves to instate themselves as the Commonwealth's military power, but the fact that The Institute replaces people with synthetic duplicates and experiments on people's DNA for research on Supermutants definitely explains why the Brotherhood is so disgusted with them.
18th Nov '17 3:25:17 PM rjd1922
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** Not even the surviving {{Token Evil Teammate}}s (aka [[spoiler:Byakuya and Genocide Jill]]) were a proud fan of [[spoiler: Junko's LackOfEmpathy.]] The former even calls the mastermind nothing more than "a childish criminal."
** As ruthless [[spoiler: Celeste]] is, [[spoiler: she]] draws at being a SoreLoser. In fact [[spoiler: at the class trial for the victims she killed, after a furious VillainousBreakdown she ended up accepting her loss realizing that there was not a way out, and was polite to the survivors right before being executed.]]
** While Gundham is more-so pretending to be evil than actually being evil, he still finds disgust in [[spoiler: Nagito’s]] justification for murdering for the sake of “Hope”. He responds with “murder is simply murder”. [[spoiler:He's the killer in the fourth trial (because everyone was being kept in the funhouse without food until a murder occurred, and he refused to lay down and die), but he makes no excuses for what he did, although he believes that getting executed for murder is better than everyone slowly starving to death. As a bonus, he doesn't put up any resistence when he's executed for his deeds and makes sure his hamsters will be safe]]. He's also just as freaked out as the other students by [[spoiler:Peko's KnightTemplar philosophy as [[SerialKillerKiller Sparkling Justice]]]].
** Come to ''VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3'', even ''[[BigBad Mono]][[HopeCrusher kuma]]'' invokes this trope by stating that [[spoiler: Korekiyo]] was disgusting due to [[spoiler: his motive to kill Angie and Tenko (killing them as a ploy to resume his [[BrotherSisterIncest romantic relationship]] with his sister in the afterlife).]]

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** Not even the surviving {{Token Evil Teammate}}s (aka [[spoiler:Byakuya Togami and Genocide Jill]]) were a proud fan of [[spoiler: Junko's [[spoiler:[[BigBad Junko]] [[HopeCrusher Enoshima]]'s LackOfEmpathy.]] The former even calls the mastermind nothing more than "a childish criminal."
** As ruthless [[spoiler: Celeste]] as [[spoiler:Celestia Ludenberg]] is, [[spoiler: she]] [[spoiler:she]] draws at being a SoreLoser. In fact [[spoiler: at [[spoiler:at the class trial for the victims she killed, after a furious VillainousBreakdown she ended up [[GracefulLoser accepting her loss loss]] realizing that there was not a way out, and was polite to the survivors right before being executed.]]
** While Gundham Tanaka is more-so pretending to be evil than actually being evil, he still finds disgust in [[spoiler: Nagito’s]] [[spoiler:[[LoveFreak Nagito Komaeda]]'s]] justification for murdering for the sake of “Hope”. He responds with “murder is simply murder”. [[spoiler:He's the killer in the fourth trial (because everyone was being kept in the funhouse without food until a murder occurred, and he refused to lay down and die), but he makes no excuses for what he did, although he believes that getting executed for murder is better than everyone slowly starving to death. As a bonus, he doesn't put up any resistence resistance when he's executed for his deeds and makes sure his hamsters will be safe]]. He's also just as freaked out as the other students by [[spoiler:Peko's [[spoiler:Peko Pekoyama's KnightTemplar philosophy as [[SerialKillerKiller Sparkling Justice]]]].
** Come to ''VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3'', even ''[[BigBad Mono]][[HopeCrusher kuma]]'' invokes this trope by stating that [[spoiler: Korekiyo]] Korekiyo Shinguji]] was disgusting due to [[spoiler: his motive to kill Angie and Tenko (killing them as a ploy to resume his [[BrotherSisterIncest romantic relationship]] with his sister in the afterlife).]]
18th Nov '17 3:22:33 PM rjd1922
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** While Gundham is more-so pretending to be evil than actually being evil, he still finds disgust in [[spoiler: Nagito’s]] justification for murdering for the sake of “Hope”. He responds with “murder is simply murder”. [[spoiler:He's the killer in the fourth trial (because everyone was being kept in the funhouse without food until a murder occurred, and he refused to lay down and die), but he makes no excuses for what he did, although he believes that getting executed for murder is better than everyone slowly starving to death. As a bonus, he doesn't put up any resistence when he's executed for his deeds and makes sure his hamsters will be safe]]. He's also just as freaked out as the other students by [[spoiler:Peko's KnightTemplar philosophy as Sparkling Justice]].

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** While Gundham is more-so pretending to be evil than actually being evil, he still finds disgust in [[spoiler: Nagito’s]] justification for murdering for the sake of “Hope”. He responds with “murder is simply murder”. [[spoiler:He's the killer in the fourth trial (because everyone was being kept in the funhouse without food until a murder occurred, and he refused to lay down and die), but he makes no excuses for what he did, although he believes that getting executed for murder is better than everyone slowly starving to death. As a bonus, he doesn't put up any resistence when he's executed for his deeds and makes sure his hamsters will be safe]]. He's also just as freaked out as the other students by [[spoiler:Peko's KnightTemplar philosophy as [[SerialKillerKiller Sparkling Justice]].Justice]]]].



* ''Videogame/YandereSimulator'':

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* ''Videogame/YandereSimulator'':''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'':
14th Nov '17 12:41:31 PM Njein
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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': If there's one thing that ''all'' of the villains (including Brainiac, Darkseid, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and Reverse-Flash) in this game agree on, it's that what the Joker did by nuking Metropolis and causing Superman's StartOfDarkness by having the Man of Steel kill his wife Lois Lane in [[VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs the previous game]] was one step ''way too far''. The "Injustice" tie-in comics also revealed how Joker stole a nuclear sub and dosed Supes with a Kryptonite-laced version of the Scarecrow’s fear gas, making him see and fight his enemy Doomsday, only to discover he actually killed his pregnant wife, Lois Lane, by accident. Even worse, her death triggered the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Metropolis. The shock of losing Lois and Metropolis in a single day caused [[BewareTheSuperman Superman to]] [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope kill him]] [[FaceHeelTurn and]] [[KnightTemplar establish a]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist totalitarian]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters dictatorship]], [[StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred which was what]] Joker exactly wanted in his twisted way all along. And his rationale for causing all of this mess? All ForTheEvulz, as the clown was bored of constantly losing to Batman, so he wanted to go after an easier target. It's easy to see why the the Injustice-verse version of the psychotic jester is seen as the resident HateSink of the game, as virtually everybody loathes him for what he did so far. And in the comics, even Ra's al Ghul agrees that what Joker did was too heinous.

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* ''VideoGame/Injustice2'': If there's one thing that ''all'' ''All'' of the other villains (including Brainiac, Darkseid, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and Reverse-Flash) in this game agree on, it's that what ComicBook/TheJoker — or at least, the Joker ''Injustice'' version — did by nuking Metropolis and causing Superman's StartOfDarkness by having the Man of Steel him kill his wife Lois Lane in [[VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs the previous game]] was one step ''way too far''. The "Injustice" tie-in comics also revealed how Joker stole a nuclear sub and dosed Supes with a Kryptonite-laced version of the Scarecrow’s fear gas, making him see and fight his enemy Doomsday, only to discover he actually killed his pregnant wife, Lois Lane, by accident. Even worse, her death triggered the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Metropolis. The shock of losing Lois and Metropolis in a single day caused [[BewareTheSuperman Superman to]] [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope kill him]] [[FaceHeelTurn and]] [[KnightTemplar establish a]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist totalitarian]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters dictatorship]], [[StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred which was what]] Joker exactly wanted in his twisted way all along. And his rationale for causing all of this mess? All ForTheEvulz, as the clown was bored of constantly losing to Batman, so he wanted to go after an easier target. It's easy to see why the the Injustice-verse version of the psychotic jester is seen as the resident HateSink of the game, as virtually everybody loathes him for what he did so far. And in the interquel comics, even Ra's al Ghul agrees that what Joker did was too heinous.
14th Nov '17 9:50:51 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* The deep web as presented by ''VideoGame/WelcomeToTheGame'' plays up its WretchedHive by making nearly every site as evil as can be. That being said, it is clear that even some of the most vile and despicable have some form of moral code, as hitmen and a Doctor Murder [[WouldntHurtAChild will refuse to harm pregnant woman or those under 18]]. In particular, one group of hackers who take requests to spy on and find others gets a request from a pedophile. Their response is to immediately deny it, and [[KickTheSonOfABitch have the pedophile assassinated]] in short order.

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* The deep web as presented by ''VideoGame/WelcomeToTheGame'' plays up its WretchedHive by making nearly every site as evil as can be. That being said, it is clear that even some of the most vile and despicable have some form of moral code, as hitmen and a Doctor Murder [[WouldntHurtAChild will refuse to harm pregnant woman or those under 18]].18]] (which, thankfully, actually is TruthInTelevision based on most hitmen sites on the dark web). In particular, one group of hackers who take requests to spy on and find others gets a request from a pedophile. Their response is to immediately deny it, and [[KickTheSonOfABitch have the pedophile assassinated]] in short order.
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