History KarmaHoudini / VideoGames

10th Jan '17 3:21:02 PM Onlythrice
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* ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'': [[spoiler: Genocide Jack]] is a SerialKiller who ended up killing many lives of "cute boys". However, despite that, she went on to survive the events of [[VisualNovel/DanganRonpa the first game]] as she did not kill anybody nor did she ever get killed (though PragmaticVillainy ended up having a case for the former).

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* ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'': [[spoiler: Genocide Jack]] is a SerialKiller who ended up killing many taking the lives of many "cute boys". However, despite that, she went on to survive the events of [[VisualNovel/DanganRonpa the first game]] as she did not kill anybody nor did she ever get killed (though PragmaticVillainy ended up having a case for the former).
9th Jan '17 10:40:25 PM MyFinalEdits
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* While the Warriors of Hope from the Franchise/DanganRonpa franchise has very sad backstories, they are able to get away from mass murdering a bunch of adults. However, this is slightly {{Justified}} given how [[spoiler: they are in the middle of an apocalypse so punishing them may be very hard and they may useful against any enemies of [[LaResistance Future Foundation]] including Monaca]].
** Also, [[spoiler: Genocide Jack]] is a SerialKiller who ended up killing many lives of "cute boys". However, despite that, she went on to survive the events of [[VisualNovel/DanganRonpa the first game]] as she did not kill anybody nor did she ever get killed (though PragmaticVillainy ended up having a case for the former).

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* While the Warriors of Hope from the Franchise/DanganRonpa franchise has very sad backstories, they are able to get away from mass murdering a bunch of adults. However, this is slightly {{Justified}} given how [[spoiler: they are in the middle of an apocalypse so punishing them may be very hard and they may useful against any enemies of [[LaResistance Future Foundation]] including Monaca]].
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''Franchise/DanganRonpa'': [[spoiler: Genocide Jack]] is a SerialKiller who ended up killing many lives of "cute boys". However, despite that, she went on to survive the events of [[VisualNovel/DanganRonpa the first game]] as she did not kill anybody nor did she ever get killed (though PragmaticVillainy ended up having a case for the former).
9th Jan '17 5:29:15 PM MummyGaGa
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** Also, [[spoiler: Genocide Jack]] is a SerialKiller who ended up killing many lives of "cute boys". However, despite that, she went on to survive the events of [[VisualNovel/DanganRonpa the first game]] as she did not kill anybody nor did she ever get killed (though PragmaticVillainy ended up having a case for the former).
7th Jan '17 2:43:24 AM ChrisX
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** Sylvanas. She's under suspicion for the wrathgate (we don't know how much she knew), invaded Gilneas, nuked Southshore, waged a campaign of genocide on the Humans, manipulated the Horde (to join them in the first place in order to use them as tools), set herself up as an object of cult worship, employed the Val'kyr (which seems to be a case of "Even Chaos has standards" when seen by pragmatic Death Knight Thassarian), resurrected those who she killed against their will, shot and killed Liam Greymane, attempted to steal the Scythe of Elune to enslave the Worgen and make even more to make an even BIGGER army to do her bidding, and made some kind of deal with the devil to get the Val'kyr in the first place. The closest she got to any kind of punishment was Lor'thermar [[ImpliedDeathThreat threatening her if she raised the Horde's dead as Forsaken]], stating [[MurderByInaction he'd leave her to the Alliance if she tried it on their dead]] and [[WhatTheHellHero calling her out on several of her actions in Mists of Pandaria]]. [[spoiler: Supposedly according to some things the devs have said and some events visible in the beta, Sylvanas is going to get what has been a long time coming to her in the upcoming expansion, Legion. Time will tell.]]

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** Sylvanas. She's under suspicion for the wrathgate (we don't know how much she knew), invaded Gilneas, nuked Southshore, waged a campaign of genocide on the Humans, manipulated the Horde (to join them in the first place in order to use them as tools), set herself up as an object of cult worship, employed the Val'kyr (which seems to be a case of "Even Chaos has standards" when seen by pragmatic Death Knight Thassarian), resurrected those who she killed against their will, shot and killed Liam Greymane, attempted to steal the Scythe of Elune to enslave the Worgen and make even more to make an even BIGGER army to do her bidding, and made some kind of deal with the devil to get the Val'kyr in the first place. The closest she got to any kind of punishment was Lor'thermar [[ImpliedDeathThreat threatening her if she raised the Horde's dead as Forsaken]], stating [[MurderByInaction he'd leave her to the Alliance if she tried it on their dead]] and [[WhatTheHellHero calling her out on several of her actions in Mists of Pandaria]]. [[spoiler: Supposedly according to some things In Legion, after retreating from the devs have Broken Shore on Vol'jin's death, she ends up being named the next Warchief of the Horde on Vol'jin's recommendation, despite said retreat costed Varian's life, and some events visible in rather than fighting the beta, Sylvanas is going Burning Legion, she ends up plotting to get what has been a long time coming further expand her Val'kyr collection... but Greymane quickly put an end to that, leaving her in the upcoming expansion, Legion. Time will tell.very short or no supplies of Val'kyrs... but it still didn't quite deter her yet.]]
1st Jan '17 11:51:37 AM Onlythrice
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** In the best ending of ''Blood and Wine'', [[spoiler:Syanna, who orchestrated all the horror and tragedy of the main quest for [[DisproportionateRetribution a ridiculously petty reason]], gets off scot free for her crimes and gets to live the rest of her days happily with her newly reconciled sister.]]

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** In the best ending GoldenEnding of ''Blood and Wine'', [[spoiler:Syanna, who orchestrated all the horror and tragedy of the main quest for [[DisproportionateRetribution a ridiculously petty reason]], gets is implied to get off scot free for her crimes and gets to live the rest of her days happily with since her newly reconciled sister.sister the Duchess refuses to punish her harshly like she would any other criminal. And to make matters worse, any attempt by the player to have Syanna face justice for her crimes results in a DownerEnding.]]
26th Dec '16 5:19:50 PM MyFinalEdits
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* [[spoiler:The Weavess]] in ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'' becomes this [[spoiler:in either ending where Ciri survives]].

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[[spoiler:The Weavess]] in ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'' becomes this [[spoiler:in either ending where Ciri survives]].
25th Dec '16 8:39:54 PM SomeNewGuy
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** In the best ending of ''Blood and Wine'', [[spoiler:Syanna, who orchestrated all the horror and tragedy of the main quest for [[DisproportionateRetribution a ridiculously petty reason]], gets off scot free for her crimes and gets to live the rest of her days happily with her newly reconciled sister.]]
25th Dec '16 8:34:21 PM Onlythrice
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** [[spoiler: Gaunter O'Dimm]] in the ''Hearts of Stone'' expansion. He's an exceptionally powerful and sadistic demon that's been tormenting people for millennia, convincing them to make [[DealWithTheDevil deals with him]] that end with him taking their souls. He casually murders a man [[DisproportionateRetribution for offering Geralt a drink when they were trying to talk]], and when a scholar tried to learn more about him he blinded the man and trapped him in his own basement for a year before finally killing him. He's very heavily implied to be the series' equivalent of Satan, and the most Geralt can do is temporarily banish him.
11th Dec '16 5:25:34 AM lu127
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** Sylvanas. She's under suspicion for the wrathgate (we don't know how much she knew), invaded Gilneas, nuked Southshore, waged a campaign of genocide on the Humans, manipulated the Horde (to join them in the first place in order to use them as tools), set herself up as an object of cult worship, employed the Val'kyr (which seems to be a case of "Even Chaos has standards" when seen by pragmatic Death Knight Thassarian), resurrected those who she killed against their will, shot and killed Liam Greymane, attempted to steal the Scythe of Elune to enslave the Worgen and make even more to make an even BIGGER army to do her bidding, and made some kind of deal with the devil to get the Val'kyr in the first place. The closest she got to any kind of punishment was Lor'thermar [[ImpliedDeathThreat threatening her if she raised the Horde's dead as Forsaken]], stating [[LetThemDie he'd leave her to the Alliance if she tried it on their dead]] and [[WhatTheHellHero calling her out on several of her actions in Mists of Pandaria]]. [[spoiler: Supposedly according to some things the devs have said and some events visible in the beta, Sylvanas is going to get what has been a long time coming to her in the upcoming expansion, Legion. Time will tell.]]

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** Sylvanas. She's under suspicion for the wrathgate (we don't know how much she knew), invaded Gilneas, nuked Southshore, waged a campaign of genocide on the Humans, manipulated the Horde (to join them in the first place in order to use them as tools), set herself up as an object of cult worship, employed the Val'kyr (which seems to be a case of "Even Chaos has standards" when seen by pragmatic Death Knight Thassarian), resurrected those who she killed against their will, shot and killed Liam Greymane, attempted to steal the Scythe of Elune to enslave the Worgen and make even more to make an even BIGGER army to do her bidding, and made some kind of deal with the devil to get the Val'kyr in the first place. The closest she got to any kind of punishment was Lor'thermar [[ImpliedDeathThreat threatening her if she raised the Horde's dead as Forsaken]], stating [[LetThemDie [[MurderByInaction he'd leave her to the Alliance if she tried it on their dead]] and [[WhatTheHellHero calling her out on several of her actions in Mists of Pandaria]]. [[spoiler: Supposedly according to some things the devs have said and some events visible in the beta, Sylvanas is going to get what has been a long time coming to her in the upcoming expansion, Legion. Time will tell.]]
18th Nov '16 11:39:28 AM nowaymanguy
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* ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' has Mira, who is [[spoiler:the heart ripper serial killer. Outside of the scene where it's revealed as such to the player, the fact that she's a serial killer is never brought up, and she's there at the end of the game along with everyone else for the finale, even agreeing to help with changing the future. To be fair somewhat, the game's written epilogues do show that she turned herself in after the game, and Sean even brings this entire issue of her guilt never going away up to her. But that doesn't really change the fact that, all things considered, she had a fairly decent ending for herself. Even to the point of ''marrying the son of her first victim while in jail,'' and actually getting broken out of jail by Sean so that she can go and save an alternative history version of herself from making the same mistakes she did. It's never shown if she even turns herself back in after doing this or not.]]
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