History KidsAreCruel / VideoGames

6th Jun '16 5:28:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''OverlordII'' opens up with the son of the previous Overlord as a child being pelted with snowballs by some kids in his village. This is of course a case of BullyingADragon when the "Witch-Boy" returns to fulfill his duties as an EvilOverlord.

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* ''OverlordII'' ''VideoGame/OverlordII'' opens up with the son of the previous Overlord as a child being pelted with snowballs by some kids in his village. This is of course a case of BullyingADragon when the "Witch-Boy" returns to fulfill his duties as an EvilOverlord.
2nd May '16 3:36:00 PM Vovka
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*** Jimmy can choose to indulge in acts of cruelty as well. These can range from the mundane (wedgies and shoves) to the downright brutal (beating fellow students with baseball bats or repeatedly stomping on a fallen foe's head while the victim moans in pain). Taken to extremes when Jimmy chooses to torment adults, though the peril of bullying adults is significantly greater than picking on a nerd.

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*** Jimmy can choose to indulge in acts of cruelty as well. These can range from the mundane (wedgies and shoves) to the downright brutal (beating fellow students with baseball bats or repeatedly stomping on a fallen foe's head while the victim moans in pain). Taken to extremes when Jimmy chooses to torment adults, though the peril of bullying adults is significantly greater than picking on a nerd.
28th Nov '15 11:19:56 AM SparkyLurkdragon
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* Since the main protagonist is a child in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can invoke the trope by having said child slaughter every single monster with some of them being actively afraid of you when you show up after you amassed a high body count. [[spoiler: The trope also applies to the first Fallen Child that wanted to kill everyone in his village by committing suicide so that their soul merges with their best friend's soul and use said friend to slaughter all the humans.]]

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* Since the main protagonist is a child in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can invoke the trope by having said child slaughter every single monster with some of them being actively afraid of you when you show up after you amassed a high body count. [[spoiler: The trope also applies to the first Fallen Child that Child, who wanted to kill everyone in his their village by committing suicide suicide, so that their soul merges could merge with their best friend's soul and soul, creating an immensely powerful being the Fallen Child could use said friend to slaughter all the humans.]]
28th Nov '15 5:25:32 AM Steven
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* Since the main protagonist is a child in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can invoke the trope by having said child slaughter every single monster with some of them being actively afraid of you when you show up after you amassed a high body count. [[spoiler: The trope also applies to the first Fallen Child that wanted to kill everyone in his village by killing themselves so that their soul merges with their monster best friend and use said friend to slaughter all the humans.]]

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* Since the main protagonist is a child in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can invoke the trope by having said child slaughter every single monster with some of them being actively afraid of you when you show up after you amassed a high body count. [[spoiler: The trope also applies to the first Fallen Child that wanted to kill everyone in his village by killing themselves committing suicide so that their soul merges with their monster best friend friend's soul and use said friend to slaughter all the humans.]]
28th Nov '15 5:23:30 AM Steven
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** ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4'' also uses this trope in a much more depressing way: [[spoiler:The protagonist gets shoved into an animatronic's mouth by older children (one of which is ''[[BigBrotherBully his own brother]]''), and as a result he becomes the victim of the [[NoodleIncident Bite of '87]].]]

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** ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4'' also uses this trope in a much more depressing way: [[spoiler:The protagonist gets shoved into an animatronic's mouth by older children (one of which is ''[[BigBrotherBully his own brother]]''), and as a result he becomes the victim of the [[NoodleIncident Bite of '87]].]]
* Since the main protagonist is a child in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can invoke the trope by having said child slaughter every single monster with some of them being actively afraid of you when you show up after you amassed a high body count. [[spoiler: The trope also applies to the first Fallen Child that wanted to kill everyone in his village by killing themselves so that their soul merges with their monster best friend and use said friend to slaughter all the humans.
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21st Nov '15 10:48:58 PM Twiddler
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* In ''VideoGame/DeadCase'', there is a group of children who torment a little girl repeatedly. The first time the protagonist comes across them, he must scare them away. [[spoiler:Later, the school ghost scares them away and protects the girl.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/DeadCase'', ''VideoGame/TheDeadCase'', there is a group of children who torment a little girl repeatedly. The first time the protagonist comes across them, he must scare them away. [[spoiler:Later, the school ghost scares them away and protects the girl.]]
23rd Jul '15 6:44:31 PM Gavitro
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* Mangle (or presumably, Toy Foxy) from ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys2'' was an animatronic specifically made to be more kid-friendly and cheerful than the original version, and to entertain them. They immediately, brutally tore her apart, so many times that the staff eventually gave up trying to fix her and left her as a heap of, well, mangled parts. If she's [[spoiler:responsible for the Bite of '87,]] one can understand her motive.

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* Mangle (or presumably, Toy Foxy) from ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys2'' was an animatronic specifically made to be more kid-friendly and cheerful than the original version, and to entertain them. They immediately, brutally tore her apart, so many times that the staff eventually gave up trying to fix her and left her as a heap of, well, mangled parts. If she's [[spoiler:responsible for parts.
** ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4'' also uses this trope in a much more depressing way: [[spoiler:The protagonist gets shoved into an animatronic's mouth by older children (one of which is ''[[BigBrotherBully his own brother]]''), and as a result he becomes
the victim of the [[NoodleIncident Bite of '87,]] one can understand her motive.'87]].]]
8th May '15 5:10:17 PM TheGreatUnknown
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* In ''VideoGame/DeadCase'', there is a group of children who torment a little girl repeatedly. The first time the protagonist comes across them, he must scare them away. [[spoiler:Later, the school ghost scares them away and protects the girl.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/DeadCase'', there is a group of children who torment a little girl repeatedly. The first time the protagonist comes across them, he must scare them away. [[spoiler:Later, the school ghost scares them away and protects the girl.]]]]
* Mangle (or presumably, Toy Foxy) from ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys2'' was an animatronic specifically made to be more kid-friendly and cheerful than the original version, and to entertain them. They immediately, brutally tore her apart, so many times that the staff eventually gave up trying to fix her and left her as a heap of, well, mangled parts. If she's [[spoiler:responsible for the Bite of '87,]] one can understand her motive.
20th Dec '14 2:54:55 AM manat31790
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** Villains in ''InazumaEleven'' series tend to be on an extreme end when it comes to cruelty. Sure, it's limited to soccer, but they are still egotismic children who enjoy invoking total humiliation, destroying propoties, and playing unfair - with little to no remorse until their destined HeelFaceTurn.

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** Villains in ''InazumaEleven'' series tend to be on an extreme end when it comes to cruelty.fantasy violence. Sure, it's limited to soccer, but they are still egotismic children who enjoy invoking total humiliation, destroying propoties, and playing unfair - with little to no remorse until their destined HeelFaceTurn.
20th Dec '14 2:50:34 AM manat31790
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** Villains in ''InazumaEleven'' series tend to be on an extreme end when it comes to cruelty. Sure, it's limited to soccer, but they are still egotismic children who enjoy invoking total humiliation, destroying propoties, and playing unfair - with little to no remorse until their destined HeelFaceTurn.
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