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15th Mar '18 7:24:28 AM hubakon1368
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* In ''Machinima/RedVSBlue'', we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads of season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart is a serial killer that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]

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* In ''Machinima/RedVSBlue'', we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads {{Big Bad}}s of season Season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart EvilCounterpart is a serial killer SerialKiller that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Caboose [[TokenGoodTeammate (sort of)]], Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's Grif's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season Season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]
14th Mar '18 8:12:43 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': Kaila is the EvilCounterpart to [[DarkIsNotEvil Keela.]] Both of them are demons from the Unworld. The difference is Keela is a DemonOfHumanOrigin from the Master of the Dammed turning her into one, while Kaila is a full-fledged demon who was created by the Master of the Dammed.
26th Feb '18 10:05:04 PM RoarkTenjouin
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** In an odd example, Mr Popo is this to Blue Popo - the latter a result of [[{{Bowdlerise]] Bowdlerization]] of Popo in the 4Kids airing, which turned Popo's black skin blue.

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** In an odd example, Mr Popo is this to Blue Popo - the latter a result of [[{{Bowdlerise]] [[{{Bowdlerise}} Bowdlerization]] of Popo in the 4Kids airing, which turned Popo's black skin blue.
26th Feb '18 10:04:52 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* ''WebOriginal/DragonBallZAbridged'', due to changing quite a bit from [[Anime/DragonBallZ the source material]], has some cases of this that weren't present in the original series:

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* ''WebOriginal/DragonBallZAbridged'', ''WebVideol/DragonBallZAbridged'', due to changing quite a bit from [[Anime/DragonBallZ the source material]], has some cases of this that weren't present in the original series:



** In an odd example, Mr Popo is this to Blue Popo - the latter a result of [[{{Bowdlerize]] Bowdlerization]] of Popo in the 4Kids airing, which turned Popo's black skin blue.

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** In an odd example, Mr Popo is this to Blue Popo - the latter a result of [[{{Bowdlerize]] [[{{Bowdlerise]] Bowdlerization]] of Popo in the 4Kids airing, which turned Popo's black skin blue.
26th Feb '18 10:04:24 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* ''WebOriginal/DragonBallZAbridged'', due to changing quite a bit from [[Anime/DragonBallZ the source material]], has some cases of this that weren't present in the original series:
** In the series proper, Raditz was one to Goku. In ''Abriged'', he's one to [[ButtMonkey Yam]][[JokeCharacter cha]], as evident by Vegeta saying that Yamcha "Sounds a lot like Raditz". Nappa, on the other hand, believes that Raditz is one to Krillin, saying that "at least your Raditz is stronger than our Raditz!"
** As a result of Raditz not being Goku's evil counterpart, the role gets shifted to Nappa, who is shown as being as idiotic as Goku, but more malicious. He shares this distinction with Vegeta.
** In an odd example, Mr Popo is this to Blue Popo - the latter a result of [[{{Bowdlerize]] Bowdlerization]] of Popo in the 4Kids airing, which turned Popo's black skin blue.
17th Dec '17 3:01:20 PM Monolaf317
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* In ''WebOriginal/RedVSBlue'', we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads of season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart is a serial killer that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]

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* In ''WebOriginal/RedVSBlue'', ''Machinima/RedVSBlue'', we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads of season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart is a serial killer that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]
17th Dec '17 3:00:53 PM Monolaf317
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* In RedVSBlue, we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads of season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart is a serial killer that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]

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* In RedVSBlue, ''WebOriginal/RedVSBlue'', we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads of season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart is a serial killer that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]
6th Aug '17 2:23:57 PM NVPOWER
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* In RedVSBlue, we have [[spoiler: the bigs bads of season 15, the Blues and Reds. It doesn't seem like it at first, though, because [[FauxAffablyEvil they first act genuinely polite and friendly towards the heroes,]] the Reds and Blues. Later on, it's discovered that Church's evil counterpart is a serial killer that plans on destroying the UNSC. His name is Mark Temple and he is the leader of the Blues and Reds. Almost every member of the Blues and Reds is an evil counterpart to every member of the Reds and Blues (Surge to Sarge, Gene to Simmons, Buckey to Tucker, Loco to Caboose(sort of), Temple to Church, Cronut to Donut). Here, we have a rare case where not only the evil counterparts came chronologically before the heroes, but also where not all of them are evil and where not all of them meet at all (Biff and Loco, despite being Caboose and Griff's counterparts, aren't really evil themselves. Also, Biff and Church both died before season 15, so neither of them met their respectful counterpart from each opposing team). ]]
24th Jun '17 12:59:19 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Tansy is sort of one to Ayla, as they're both rich, went to the same schools, are about as smart as each other... Could have had the same [[spoiler:friends, like She-Beast...]]

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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Tansy is sort of one to Ayla, as they're both rich, went to the same schools, are about as smart as each other... Could have had the same [[spoiler:friends, like She-Beast...]]]]
* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': In Season 5, the French team is this to the Cheer Squad. All even more jerkasses than them.
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31st May '17 6:34:29 AM Malady
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', [[TheBrute Mercury Black]] can be seen as this to [[TheBigGuy Yang Xiao Long]]. They're both {{Blood Knight}}s who serve as the muscle for the bad guys and the good guys respectively. Mercury is a DanceBattler with ArmedLegs, Yang is a BoxingBattler with {{Arm Cannon}}s. Yang is warm and friendly outside fights, while Mercury is a FauxAffablyEvil {{Sociopath}}. [[spoiler:Given how Mercury's legs are robotic prosthetics, it is a very strong possibility that Yang's missing right arm will also have a weaponised replacement.]] Maybe Mercury [[{{Pun}} should have been named]] ''[[{{Pun}} Yin]]''.

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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', [[TheBrute Mercury Black]] can be seen as this to [[TheBigGuy Yang Xiao Long]]. They're both {{Blood Knight}}s who serve as the muscle for the bad guys and the good guys respectively. Mercury is a DanceBattler with ArmedLegs, Yang is a BoxingBattler with {{Arm Cannon}}s. Yang is warm and friendly outside fights, while Mercury is a FauxAffablyEvil {{Sociopath}}. [[spoiler:Given how Mercury's legs are robotic prosthetics, it is a very strong possibility that Yang's missing right arm will also have a weaponised replacement.]] Maybe Mercury [[{{Pun}} should have been named]] ''[[{{Pun}} Yin]]''.Yin]]''.
* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Tansy is sort of one to Ayla, as they're both rich, went to the same schools, are about as smart as each other... Could have had the same [[spoiler:friends, like She-Beast...]]
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