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12th Jan '18 1:00:01 PM ShinyManaphy
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** The Traitor doesn't start green-eyed, but by the time of their boss fight, they've become obsessed with their inferiority to the protagonist. They angrily question why, after all of their hard work and careful image cultivation, they still have less than a wanted criminal who lives in an attic.
29th Nov '17 12:54:43 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* The NB Rangers in the ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}'' series. A group of men presumably unable to get themselves significant others, they spend their days putting on {{Sentai}} transformations and beating the loving hell out of couples. In fact, when one of their own [[HeelFaceTurn leaves the Rangers]] and finds himself a girlfriend, the rest of the Rangers respond by giving him a whooping until the traitor's girlfriend leaves him, prompting him to rejoin the Rangers. The NB Girls are similar in origin, but their methods involve trickery and causing couples to break up due to the resulting [[PoorCommunicationKills miscommunication]].

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* The NB Rangers in the ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}'' series. A group of men presumably unable to get themselves significant others, they spend their days putting on {{Sentai}} transformations and beating the loving hell out of couples. In fact, when one of their own [[HeelFaceTurn leaves the Rangers]] and finds himself a girlfriend, the rest of the Rangers respond by giving him a whooping until the traitor's girlfriend leaves him, prompting him to rejoin the Rangers.Rangers due to the resulting blues. The NB Girls are similar in origin, but their methods involve trickery and causing couples to break up due to the resulting [[PoorCommunicationKills miscommunication]].
29th Nov '17 12:54:20 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* The NB Rangers in the ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}'' series. A group of men presumably unable to get themselves significant others, they spend their days putting on {{Sentai}} transformations and beating the loving hell out of couples. The NB Girls are similar in origin, but their methods involve trickery and causing couples to break up due to the resulting [[PoorCommunicationKills miscommunication]].

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* The NB Rangers in the ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}'' series. A group of men presumably unable to get themselves significant others, they spend their days putting on {{Sentai}} transformations and beating the loving hell out of couples. In fact, when one of their own [[HeelFaceTurn leaves the Rangers]] and finds himself a girlfriend, the rest of the Rangers respond by giving him a whooping until the traitor's girlfriend leaves him, prompting him to rejoin the Rangers. The NB Girls are similar in origin, but their methods involve trickery and causing couples to break up due to the resulting [[PoorCommunicationKills miscommunication]].
29th Nov '17 12:51:19 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* The NB Rangers in the ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}'' series. A group of men presumably unable to get themselves significant others, they spend their days putting on {{Sentai}} transformations and beating the loving hell out of couples. The NB Girls are similar in origin, but their methods involve trickery and causing couples to break up due to the resulting [[PoorCommunicationKills miscommunication]].
23rd Sep '17 12:37:06 PM Scabbard
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* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'': Atris toward a Male Exile, especially apparent in a cut scene where she shock the Handmaiden because you've taught her [[LoopholeAbuse the way of the Force]]. Although she wasn't completly sane by this point.

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* ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'': Atris toward a Male Exile, especially apparent in a cut scene where she shock shocks the Handmaiden because you've taught her [[LoopholeAbuse the way of the Force]]. Although While she wasn't completly sane was corrupted by this point.the Sith holocrons, they merely pushed Atris to express what was always [[IceQueen beneath the surface]].
23rd Sep '17 12:32:41 PM Scabbard
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* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' serves a twist on the trope with Warden Blackwall [[spoiler: actually Thom Rainier]]'s romance. [[IceQueen Vivienne]], who isn't particularly fond of Blackwall, comments that she thinks Blackwall is far beneath the Inquisitor. Blackwall immediately reverses this, and he knows the truth behind Vivienne's scorn. Rather then Vivienne being jealous that the Inquisitor loves Blackwall, she's jealous that the Inquisitor could freely choose to love whomever she wants, even an "undeserving nobody". This reversal leaves the normally composed and sarcastic Vivienne stunned to silence.
--> '''Blackwall:''' Envy her for her ability to love freely, but recognize that envy is what it is.



* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' serves a twist on the trope with Warden Blackwall [[spoiler: actually Thom Rainier]]'s romance. [[IceQueen Vivienne]], who isn't particularly fond of Blackwall, comments that she thinks Blackwall is far beneath the Inquisitor. Blackwall immediately reverses this, and he knows the truth behind Vivienne's scorn. Rather then Vivienne being jealous that the Inquisitor loves Blackwall, she's jealous that the Inquisitor could freely choose to love whomever she wants, even an "undeserving nobody". This reversal leaves the normally composed and sarcastic Vivienne stunned to silence.
--> '''Blackwall:''' Envy her for her ability to love freely, but recognize that envy is what it is.
22nd Aug '17 12:45:08 PM Jubileus57
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', [[the Dark Curse is immensely jealous of the faces of other Miis, as it was ignored by them all when it still was a regular Mii. So it decided to steal them.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', [[the [[spoiler:the Dark Curse is immensely jealous of the faces of other Miis, as it was ignored by them all when it still was a regular Mii. So it decided to steal them.]]
22nd Aug '17 12:44:49 PM Jubileus57
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', [[the Dark Curse is immensely jealous of the faces of other Miis, as it was ignored by them all when it still was a regular Mii. So it decided to steal them.]]
6th Jul '17 5:46:01 PM nombretomado
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** Also, in ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox'', Anton duels with Layton over [[spoiler:his granddaughter Katia, thinking that she's his deceased love, Sophia, and that Layton is trying to keep her from him for his own.]]

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** Also, in ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox'', ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox'', Anton duels with Layton over [[spoiler:his granddaughter Katia, thinking that she's his deceased love, Sophia, and that Layton is trying to keep her from him for his own.]]
2nd Apr '17 8:49:12 AM Valiona
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* Since the villains of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' represent the SevenDeadlySins, it's natural that Envy would be among them.
** Kazuya Makigami, the main villain of the Day Breakers OVA and a sidequest in the game, says that he's jealous of his brother for being the "smart one," and thus [[ParentalFavoritism their parents' favorite child]], which is why [[BigBrotherBully he abuses them]].
** The Takases are quite jealous of a couple of wealthy elites at a prominent company, and believe said couple had been looking down on them. When the couple died, the Takases took in their orphaned son Taiki, and lived beyond their means while forcing him to take on their debts, wanting to see him grovel. [[spoiler:To make matters even worse, when Taiki died, they have the temerity to blame his teacher Sadayo Kawakami for pushing him too hard (when she'd actually been tutoring him) and blackmail her]].
** The Palace representing Envy belongs to [[spoiler:Sae Niijima]], who's jealous of her male colleagues for their success in a male-dominated field [[spoiler:as well as her younger sister, Makoto]], and as such, is solely determined to get ahead at any cost to herself. Her Palace takes on the form of a casino with rigged games, representing her belief that only the corrupt get ahead, and in the boss fight [[spoiler:Sae's Shadow]] turns into Leviathan, the demon of Envy. [[spoiler:Sae's actually more sympathetic than the other two characters above, and actually comes to her senses with Makoto and the protagonist's help]].
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