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6th Feb '16 11:57:13 AM rafi
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Zelena is always a villain.
** Has Rumplestiltskin, whose unresolved personal issues and guilt over his chronic cowardice, trying repeatedly to redeem himself with Belle, who becomes his MoralityPet. [[spoiler: After her memory is wiped,]] his focus returns solely to [[spoiler: finding his son]]. After finding out that [[spoiler: Henry is his grandson, making a good majority of the main cast his family as well]], his motives and intentions become increasingly more ambiguous. In the first half of season 3, he travels with Emma, Snow, Charming, Regina, and Hook to rescue Henry from [[spoiler: His father,]] Peter Pan, and later takes him down, [[spoiler: killing himself in the process]]. In the second half, he is brought back by Neal and is controlled with the dagger by Zelena, who uses him to do her bidding, before marrying belle in the season finale. In season 4, he puts on an act of being changed, while really conspiring to cleave himself from the dagger, which would cost several lives to do so. After his plan is discovered, Belle uses the dagger to force him to leave town, but he later returns, and works with the queens of darkness to turn Emma, the savior, dark while trying to find the author of the book to write a new story in which villains get a happy ending. It turns out this was all to prevent the darkness from taking him over completely. The Apprentice removes it, but it leaves him in a coma, and the darkness breaks free, trying to take over Regina, before [[spoiler: Emma uses the dagger to force it to take herself as the new host, becoming the new dark one]]. In Season 5, Gold spends the majority of the first half of the season trying to be a better man after becoming mortal and powerless, again, before [[spoiler: secretly enchanting Excalibur to transfer the darkness to back to himself upon Hook's death, becoming not just the Dark One (again), but the most powerful Dark One to have ever lived]]. ** [[spoiler: Regina]] enters the revolving door in Season 2, desperately trying anything to win back [[spoiler: her surrogate son]]. ** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5. If might have something to do with [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
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** Has ** Rumplestiltskin, whose unresolved personal issues and guilt over his chronic cowardice, trying repeatedly to redeem himself with Belle, who becomes his MoralityPet. [[spoiler: After her memory is wiped,]] his focus returns solely to [[spoiler: finding his son]]. After finding out that [[spoiler: Henry is his grandson, making a good majority of the main cast his family as well]], his motives and intentions become increasingly more ambiguous. In the first half of season 3, he travels with Emma, Snow, Charming, Regina, and Hook to rescue Henry from [[spoiler: His father,]] Peter Pan, and later takes him down, [[spoiler: killing himself in the process]]. In the second half, he is brought back by Neal and is controlled with the dagger by Zelena, who uses him to do her bidding, before marrying belle in the season finale. In season 4, he puts on an act of being changed, while really conspiring to cleave himself from the dagger, which would cost several lives to do so. After his plan is discovered, Belle uses the dagger to force him to leave town, but he later returns, and works with the queens of darkness to turn Emma, the savior, dark while trying to find the author of the book to write a new story in which villains get a happy ending. It turns out this was all to prevent the darkness from taking him over completely. The Apprentice removes it, but it leaves him in a coma, and the darkness breaks free, trying to take over Regina, before [[spoiler: Emma uses the dagger to force it to take herself as the new host, becoming the new dark one]]. one]]. *** In Season 5, Gold spends the majority of the first half of the season trying to be a better man after becoming mortal and powerless, again, before [[spoiler: secretly enchanting Excalibur to transfer the darkness to back to himself upon Hook's death, becoming not just the Dark One (again), but the most powerful Dark One to have ever lived]]. ** [[spoiler: Regina]] enters the revolving door in Season 2, desperately trying anything to win back [[spoiler: her surrogate son]]. ** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in son]]. Howewer, as of the Season 5. If might have something to do with [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.4 finale, she is undeniably a hero now.
17th Jan '16 8:57:03 AM ading
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** Although Castiel is unarguably trying to be the good guy, he appears to have been trapped in this revolving door since his first appearance. He starts out as the angel that rescued Dean from Hell, but then it's revealed the angels have plans for Dean and expect him to do exactly as they say even when their plans are morally ambiguous to say the least. Castiel starts to have doubts and sympathize with Dean, eventually twisting the rules to help Dean. But then he gets dragged off to Heaven and forced back into line, betraying Anna and setting Sam free to go start the Apocalypse, before he betrays Heaven for good and sides with Dean a couple of episodes later. He spends most of the fifth season on the Face side of things, but appears to have jumped back into the revolving door as of season 6. [[spoiler:He makes a deal with Crowley, but he does so in order to fight Raphael and prevent the apocalypse from re-starting. In order to carry out his plan though, he is forced to lie to and manipulate the Winchesters while carrying out some pretty morally ambiguous schemes. He undoes some of the worst ones though rather than risk the Winchesters, but ultimately finishes the season on a Heel note, having absorbed millions of souls from Purgatory and declared himself the new God. He seemed to come back to himself within an episode or so of the seventh season and asked for forgiveness only to be taken over by Leviathans who then, a few episodes later, appeared to liquefy him. About halfway through the season, he turned up again with amnesia. He got his memory back and took the broken wall in Sam's mind onto himself, effectively bringing Sam back to normal, but landing himself with an incredibly messed up head. As of the end of Season 7, he seems to be on the Face side, having made a HeroicSacrifice. As of the middle of Season 8, he's apparently back to Heel, being BrainwashedAndCrazy for Naomi. In the episode "Goodbye, Stranger", he leaves both sides behind and goes off on his own. Expect this section to expand continually.]]
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** Although Castiel is unarguably trying to be the good guy, he appears to have been trapped in this revolving door since his first appearance. He starts out as the angel that rescued Dean from Hell, but then it's revealed the angels have plans for Dean and expect him to do exactly as they say even when their plans are morally ambiguous to say the least. Castiel starts to have doubts and sympathize with Dean, eventually twisting the rules to help Dean. But then he gets dragged off to Heaven and forced back into line, betraying Anna and setting Sam free to go start the Apocalypse, before he betrays Heaven for good and sides with Dean a couple of episodes later. He spends most of the fifth season on the Face side of things, with the exception of his TemporarilyAVillain role in "I Believe The Children Are Our Future", but appears to have jumped back into the revolving door as of season 6. [[spoiler:He makes a deal with Crowley, but he does so in order to fight Raphael and prevent the apocalypse from re-starting. In order to carry out his plan though, he is forced to lie to and manipulate the Winchesters while carrying out some pretty morally ambiguous schemes. He undoes some of the worst ones though rather than risk the Winchesters, but ultimately finishes the season on a Heel note, having absorbed millions of souls from Purgatory and declared himself the new God. He seemed to come back to himself within an episode or so of the seventh season and asked for forgiveness only to be taken over by Leviathans who then, a few episodes later, appeared to liquefy him. About halfway through the season, he turned up again with amnesia. He got his memory back and took the broken wall in Sam's mind onto himself, effectively bringing Sam back to normal, but landing himself with an incredibly messed up head. As of the end of Season 7, he seems to be on the Face side, having made a HeroicSacrifice. As of the middle of Season 8, he's apparently back to Heel, being BrainwashedAndCrazy for Naomi. In the episode "Goodbye, Stranger", he leaves both sides behind and goes off on his own. Expect this section to expand continually.]]
16th Jan '16 10:18:34 PM Bulby08
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** Has Rumplestiltskin, whose unresolved personal issues and guilt over his chronic cowardice, trying repeatedly to redeem himself with Belle, who becomes his MoralityPet. [[spoiler: After her memory is wiped,]] his focus returns solely to [[spoiler: finding his son]]. After finding out that [[spoiler: Henry is his grandson, making a good majority of the main cast his family as well]], his motives and intentions become increasingly more ambiguous.
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** Has Rumplestiltskin, whose unresolved personal issues and guilt over his chronic cowardice, trying repeatedly to redeem himself with Belle, who becomes his MoralityPet. [[spoiler: After her memory is wiped,]] his focus returns solely to [[spoiler: finding his son]]. After finding out that [[spoiler: Henry is his grandson, making a good majority of the main cast his family as well]], his motives and intentions become increasingly more ambiguous. In the first half of season 3, he travels with Emma, Snow, Charming, Regina, and Hook to rescue Henry from [[spoiler: His father,]] Peter Pan, and later takes him down, [[spoiler: killing himself in the process]]. In the second half, he is brought back by Neal and is controlled with the dagger by Zelena, who uses him to do her bidding, before marrying belle in the season finale. In season 4, he puts on an act of being changed, while really conspiring to cleave himself from the dagger, which would cost several lives to do so. After his plan is discovered, Belle uses the dagger to force him to leave town, but he later returns, and works with the queens of darkness to turn Emma, the savior, dark while trying to find the author of the book to write a new story in which villains get a happy ending. It turns out this was all to prevent the darkness from taking him over completely. The Apprentice removes it, but it leaves him in a coma, and the darkness breaks free, trying to take over Regina, before [[spoiler: Emma uses the dagger to force it to take herself as the new host, becoming the new dark one]]. In Season 5, Gold spends the majority of the first half of the season trying to be a better man after becoming mortal and powerless, again, before [[spoiler: secretly enchanting Excalibur to transfer the darkness to back to himself upon Hook's death, becoming not just the Dark One (again), but the most powerful Dark One to have ever lived]].

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** Has Rumplestiltskin, whose unresolved personal issues and guilt over his chronic cowardice, trying repeatedly to redeem himself with Belle, who becomes his MoralityPet. Emma in season 5. [[spoiler: After her memory is wiped,]] his focus returns solely to [[spoiler: finding his son]]. After finding out that [[spoiler: Henry is his grandson, becoming the Dark One, she repeatedly bounces back and forth, making it a mystery even to the storybrooke residents if she's good majority of the main cast his family as well]], his motives or bad, and intentions become increasingly more ambiguous.what her end game is]].
16th Nov '15 7:57:17 PM Ggb81
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5. If might have something to do with [[Mood-Swinger her pregnancy]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5. If might have something to do with [[Mood-Swinger [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
16th Nov '15 7:56:36 PM Ggb81
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5. If might have something to do with [[Mood-Swinger "her pregnancy"]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5. If might have something to do with [[Mood-Swinger "her pregnancy"]].her pregnancy]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
16th Nov '15 7:55:55 PM Ggb81
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5 who might be on this path because of [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. Of course some of this might have to do with the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5 who might be on this path because of [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. Of course some of this 5. If might have something to do with [[Mood-Swinger "her pregnancy"]]. There's also the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present.
16th Nov '15 7:51:43 PM Ggb81
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5 who might be on this path because of [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. Of course some of this might have to do with the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present. But mostly she's just a psychopath...
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5 who might be on this path because of [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. Of course some of this might have to do with the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present. But mostly she's just a psychopath...
16th Nov '15 7:51:04 PM Ggb81
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** And now we have [[spoiler: Zalena]] in Season 5 who might be on this path because of [[spoiler: her pregnancy]]. Of course some of this might have to do with the whole chronology thing between Camelot and the present. But mostly she's just a psychopath...
9th Nov '15 8:23:50 AM Berrenta
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Sinkhole
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': In-universe example. In the episode with the holonovel about the Maquis mutiny, Tom Paris switches sides whenever it's convenient. Holo-Chakotay wises up fast [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything and sends him off to a position where he doesn't matter to the story.]]
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': In-universe example. In the episode with the holonovel about the Maquis mutiny, Tom Paris switches sides whenever it's convenient. Holo-Chakotay wises up fast [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything and sends him off to a position where he doesn't matter to the story.]]
4th Oct '15 8:08:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BeingHumanRemake'': While Aidan is currently TheAtoner, flashbacks reveal that he has gone through multiple bouts of being this and the FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire before JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope and becoming a remorseless bloodsucker again.
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* ''Series/BeingHumanRemake'': ''Series/BeingHumanUS'': While Aidan is currently TheAtoner, flashbacks reveal that he has gone through multiple bouts of being this and the FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire before JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope and becoming a remorseless bloodsucker again.
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