History HeelFaceTurn / VideoGames

4th Jan '17 3:59:21 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:GLaDOS,]] from ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'', [[spoiler:after being put in a potato and spending the middle to the end of the game with your character. She then becomes very nice to you, then is reset back to disliking you, but is still good enough to just want you gone instead of dead.]]

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* [[spoiler:GLaDOS,]] [[spoiler:[=GlaDOS=]]], from ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'', [[spoiler:after being put in a potato and spending the middle to the end of the game with your character. She then becomes very nice to you, then is reset back to disliking you, but is still good enough to just want you gone instead of dead.]]
22nd Nov '16 3:39:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* Saki from the ''{{Oneechanbara}}'' series. Initially the villain, she's revealed to have a pretty good excuse.. and kidnapped by Eva. After Aya rescues her, she stops trying to kill Aya and joins her.

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* Saki from the ''{{Oneechanbara}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Oneechanbara}}'' series. Initially the villain, she's revealed to have a pretty good excuse.. and kidnapped by Eva. After Aya rescues her, she stops trying to kill Aya and joins her.
17th Nov '16 1:50:16 PM Bugfragged
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* Reviel, the VillainProtagonist of ''VideoGame/NocturneRPGMaker'', starts as a nihilistic vampire who hunts "worthless" humans, but meeting Luna and staying at her village causes him to slowly reconsider his views. [[spoiler:He almost pulls a HeelFaceDoorSlam when he feels that he can't understand Luna's idealism, causing him to commit SuicideByCop via his rival. Then he pulls off this trope for real when Luna sacrifices herself to save him, causing him to realize that he can't help but grieve over her death despite her status as a "worthless" life form.]]
12th Nov '16 8:25:48 PM jormis29
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* Libertus Ostium in ''Kingsglaive VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' was among those in the Kingsglaive that turned against King Regis. However, towards the end of the film, he realizes that the Niflheim Empire are the true antagonists, changes allegiance to Nyx, and helped get Luna to the borders while Nyx battles General Glauca.

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* Libertus Ostium in ''Kingsglaive VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' ''Anime/KingsglaiveFinalFantasyXV'' was among those in the Kingsglaive that turned against King Regis. However, towards the end of the film, he realizes that the Niflheim Empire are the true antagonists, changes allegiance to Nyx, and helped get Luna to the borders while Nyx battles General Glauca.
15th Aug '16 2:03:27 AM RAMChYLD
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* Libertus Ostium in ''Kingsglaive VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' was among those in the Kingsglaive that turned against King Regis. However, towards the end of the film, he realizes that the Niflheim Empire are the true antagonists, changes allegiance to Nyx, and helped get Luna to the borders while Nyx battles General Glauca.
11th Aug '16 7:56:26 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': The Arbiter in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' initially works against the humans to atone himself in the eyes of the Covenant Prophets. When the Prophets betray his species the Elites, and the AI 343 Guilty Spark reveals to him the truth about the Great Journey they want to bring about, namely that it will destroy all life on a galactic scale, he and many other Elites reluctantly side with the humans. By the end of the original trilogy, though, he and his faction have become earnest allies, with them and humanity going on to cooperate on a number of other projects after the war. That said, ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}''-era media shows that the Arbiter and his followers still have to fight against Elite holdouts who ''do'' want to finish the job against humanity.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': The Arbiter in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' initially works against the humans to atone himself in the eyes of the Covenant Prophets. When the Prophets betray his species the Elites, and the AI 343 Guilty Spark reveals to him the truth about the Great Journey they want to bring about, namely that it will destroy all life on a galactic scale, he and many other Elites reluctantly side with the humans. By the end of the original trilogy, trilogy though, he and his faction have become earnest allies, with them and humanity going on to cooperate on a number of other projects after the war. That said, ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}''-era media shows that the Arbiter and his followers still have to fight against Elite holdouts who ''do'' want to finish the job against humanity.
11th Aug '16 7:55:52 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* The Arbiter in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' initially works against the humans to atone himself in the eyes of the Covenant Prophets. When the Prophets betray his species the Elites, and the AI 343 Guilty Spark reveals to him the truth about the Great Journey they want to bring about, namely that it will destroy all life on a galactic scale, he and many other Elites reluctantly side with the humans.
** By the end of the original ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' trilogy, though, he and his faction have become earnest allies. By the ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' era, though, he's still fighting against Elite holdouts who ''still'' want to finish the job against humanity.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': The Arbiter in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' initially works against the humans to atone himself in the eyes of the Covenant Prophets. When the Prophets betray his species the Elites, and the AI 343 Guilty Spark reveals to him the truth about the Great Journey they want to bring about, namely that it will destroy all life on a galactic scale, he and many other Elites reluctantly side with the humans.
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humans. By the end of the original ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' trilogy, though, he and his faction have become earnest allies. By allies, with them and humanity going on to cooperate on a number of other projects after the war. That said, ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' era, though, he's 4}}''-era media shows that the Arbiter and his followers still fighting have to fight against Elite holdouts who ''still'' ''do'' want to finish the job against humanity.
5th Jul '16 12:01:58 PM search
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*Hearthstone has the cards "Jaraxxus the Redeemed" and "Firelord Ragnaros" who now restores health instead of only dealing damage. There's also a warlock card called "Renounce the Darkness" which turns all of your warlock cards into priest cards for the rest of the match.
22nd May '16 2:52:50 AM WillyFourEyes
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* ''[[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft]] has several examples, including Darion Mograine. But the biggest example, perhaps, is ''every player who has ever been a Death Knight and was subsequently forced into turning face by Tirion.''

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* ''[[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft]] ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has several examples, including Darion Mograine. But the biggest example, perhaps, is ''every player who has ever been a Death Knight and was subsequently forced into turning face by Tirion.''Tirion''.
* The Sorceress, the BigBad of the first ''VideoGame/OrcsMustDie'', becomes a protagonist in the sequel when the War Mage's efforts to seal the rifts cause her to lose her control over the Orc horde, and is [[EnemyMine forced to team up with her former nemesis to stop them]].
11th Apr '16 2:06:07 PM AjWargo
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* ''[[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft]] has several examples, including Darion Mograine. But the biggest example, perhaps, is ''every player who has ever been a Death Knight and was subsequently forced into turning face by Tirion.''
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