History KnightTemplar / ComicBooks

19th Aug '16 11:17:42 AM TheNerevarine
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* {{ComicBook/Crimson}} had appropriately enough, [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar are an organization devoted to destroying all monsters, regardless if they are good or evil. They capture TheChosenOne fated to save the world, and subject him to torture for being a vampire before trying to execute him. Their elite members, the Order of the Dragon, are somehow even '''worse''' because they hunt ''angels'' along with monsters, harvesting their body parts, turning it into drugs to enhance themselves in combat. Their logic is that the Heaven has sent angels to help them fight darklings, so its their reward to use them as any way they see fit.

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* {{ComicBook/Crimson}} had appropriately {{ComicBook/Crimson}}:
** Appropriately
enough, [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar are an organization devoted to destroying all monsters, regardless if they are good or evil. They capture TheChosenOne fated to save the world, and subject him to torture for being a vampire before trying to execute him. Their elite members, the Order of the Dragon, are somehow even '''worse''' because they hunt ''angels'' along with monsters, harvesting their body parts, turning it into drugs to enhance themselves in combat. Their logic is that the Heaven has sent angels to help them fight darklings, so its their reward to use them as any way they see fit.
** Not that the angels themselves are any better. Specifically, the Angelic Host composed of six Archangels visit mortals during Christmas to dispense judgment on them, punishing [[AllCrimesAreEqual an AIDS victim the same way as a mother who allowed her daughter to die in the cold]]. They nearly execute the main protagonist for being a vampire too if it wasn't for the timely arrival of {{Satan}}, who voted to spare him. Its quite telling how much of an assholes the angels are that the freakin' Devil looks nice in comparison.
19th Aug '16 11:05:55 AM TheNerevarine
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* The Five Mages in ''ComicBook/{{Birthright}}''. They are a group of magic users devoted to fight against [[EvilOverlord God-King Lore]], a demonic tyrant that covered their world [[AnotherDimension Terrenos]] in darkness. However, because the fight dragged for too long and concluding the fight against Lore was lost, they moved on to Earth, took up human identities and had set up a barrier between both worlds to prevent Lore from invading Earth and doing the same thing he did to their world. They are absolutely zealous in preserving the barrier and they will use any measure available to stop Lore's agent on Earth such as threatening their innocent loved ones, summoning cleansing spirits with the propensity to cause collateral damage and butchering a group of police officers that were working with them just so that their murders can be pined on Lore's agent and turn them into national-level terrorists.

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* The Five Mages in ''ComicBook/{{Birthright}}''. They are a group of magic users devoted to fight against [[EvilOverlord God-King Lore]], a demonic tyrant that covered their world [[AnotherDimension Terrenos]] in darkness. However, because they abandoned the fight world after the fighting dragged out for too long and concluding that the fight against Lore struggle was lost, they moved on to Earth, took up human identities and had set up a barrier between both worlds to prevent Lore from invading Earth and doing the same thing he did to their world. They are absolutely zealous in preserving the barrier and they will use any measure available to stop Lore's agent on Earth such as threatening their innocent loved ones, summoning cleansing spirits with the propensity to cause collateral damage and butchering a group of police officers that were working with them just so that their murders can be pined on Lore's agent and turn them into national-level terrorists.terrorists.
* {{ComicBook/Crimson}} had appropriately enough, [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar are an organization devoted to destroying all monsters, regardless if they are good or evil. They capture TheChosenOne fated to save the world, and subject him to torture for being a vampire before trying to execute him. Their elite members, the Order of the Dragon, are somehow even '''worse''' because they hunt ''angels'' along with monsters, harvesting their body parts, turning it into drugs to enhance themselves in combat. Their logic is that the Heaven has sent angels to help them fight darklings, so its their reward to use them as any way they see fit.
15th Jul '16 4:54:09 AM TheNerevarine
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* The Five Mages in ''ComicBook/{{Birthright}}''. They are a group of magic users devoted to fight against [[EvilOverlord God-King Lore]], a demonic tyrant that covered their world [[AnotherDimension Terrenos]] in darkness. However, because the fight dragged for too long and concluding the fight against Lore was lost, they moved on to Earth, took up human identities and had set up a barrier between both worlds to prevent Lore from invading Earth and doing the same thing he did to their world. They are absolutely zealous in preserving the barrier and they will use any measure available to stop Lore's agent on Earth such as threatening their innocent loved ones, summoning cleansing spirits with the propensity to cause collateral damage and butchering a group of police officers that were working with them just so that their murders can be pined on Lore's agent and turn them into national-level terrorists.
19th Jun '16 8:16:34 PM nombretomado
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* Baron Zemo became one after his so-called reform in ''{{Thunderbolts}}''. Zemo crafts elaborate plans to take over the world which he claims are actually to save it. Problem of course being they all still look and sound like an EvilPlan. This runs the mile of stealing power from nations he feels too stupid to wield them, making a machine to easily destroy all nuclear weapons, and lastly to instill himself with [[AGodAmI godlike powers]] to change the world for the better. This last one blows up in his face when his teammate betrays him in revenge and just plain not trusting him to actually mean the "for the better" part.

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* Baron Zemo became one after his so-called reform in ''{{Thunderbolts}}''.''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}''. Zemo crafts elaborate plans to take over the world which he claims are actually to save it. Problem of course being they all still look and sound like an EvilPlan. This runs the mile of stealing power from nations he feels too stupid to wield them, making a machine to easily destroy all nuclear weapons, and lastly to instill himself with [[AGodAmI godlike powers]] to change the world for the better. This last one blows up in his face when his teammate betrays him in revenge and just plain not trusting him to actually mean the "for the better" part.
15th May '16 9:39:46 AM nombretomado
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** HeelFaceRevolvingDoor aside, {{Magneto}}. Full stop.

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** HeelFaceRevolvingDoor aside, {{Magneto}}.ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. Full stop.
14th May '16 10:49:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}'': The Shakara Federation ruthlessly enforced their own sense of order and justice on the rest of the universe, becoming a mostly benevolent but still oppressive empire.
14th May '16 8:22:04 AM Doug86
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-->-- '''Exodus''', ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''

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-->-- '''Exodus''', ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''
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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''

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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''''ComicBook/XMen''
30th Apr '16 7:34:50 AM StFan
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* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''

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* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'':



* ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' has several examples:
** The Decepticon Justice Division are absolutely devoted to the Decepticon cause; they name themselves after the first five conquered cities, and their leader, Tarn, even quotes Megatron's inspirational lines. Their job is to kill Decepticons who are disloyal, cowardly, or disagrees with their goal. This eventually even comes to include ''Megatron himself'', after his renouncing of Decepticonism and defection to the Autobots following the events of ComicBook/DarkCybertron. Though when Tarn first learns of this, he briefly suffers from a VillainousBreakdown and [[DeathSeeker attempt suicide]], but the DJD's newest member, Nickel, restores his faith in the Decepticon cause and causes him to believe that the ideals they stand for are bigger than anyone, even the one who thought them up to begin with.

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* ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' has several examples:
** The Decepticon Justice Division are absolutely devoted to the Decepticon cause; they name themselves after the first five conquered cities, and their leader, Tarn, even quotes Megatron's inspirational lines. Their job is to kill Decepticons who are disloyal, cowardly, or disagrees with their goal. This eventually even comes to include ''Megatron himself'', after his renouncing of Decepticonism and defection to the Autobots following the events of ComicBook/DarkCybertron.''ComicBook/TheTransformersDarkCybertron''. Though when Tarn first learns of this, he briefly suffers from a VillainousBreakdown and [[DeathSeeker attempt suicide]], but the DJD's newest member, Nickel, restores his faith in the Decepticon cause and causes him to believe that the ideals they stand for are bigger than anyone, even the one who thought them up to begin with.
1st Apr '16 2:05:49 PM ObsidianFire
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* In ''ComicBook/EastOfWest'' this trope is pleasantly avoided by the Ranger who seizes power, kills off the criminal and the corrupted and promptly relinquishes power and retires. GenreSavvy at its best.

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* In ''ComicBook/EastOfWest'' this trope is pleasantly avoided by the Ranger who seizes power, kills off the criminal and the corrupted and promptly relinquishes power and retires. GenreSavvy at its best.
31st Mar '16 4:15:36 PM SamuraiMarmoset
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** The Decepticon Justice Division are absolutely devoted to the Decepticon cause; they name themselves after the first five conquered cities, and their leader, Tarn, even quotes Megatron's inspirational lines. Their job is to kill Decepticons who are disloyal, cowardly, or disagrees with their goal.

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** The Decepticon Justice Division are absolutely devoted to the Decepticon cause; they name themselves after the first five conquered cities, and their leader, Tarn, even quotes Megatron's inspirational lines. Their job is to kill Decepticons who are disloyal, cowardly, or disagrees with their goal. This eventually even comes to include ''Megatron himself'', after his renouncing of Decepticonism and defection to the Autobots following the events of ComicBook/DarkCybertron. Though when Tarn first learns of this, he briefly suffers from a VillainousBreakdown and [[DeathSeeker attempt suicide]], but the DJD's newest member, Nickel, restores his faith in the Decepticon cause and causes him to believe that the ideals they stand for are bigger than anyone, even the one who thought them up to begin with.
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