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26th Oct '17 11:01:15 PM Henker
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* Inverted in ''[[VideoGame/FearEffect Fear Effect 2]]''. Near the end of the game Hana has to choose between shooting her girlfriend Rain or Rain's EvilTwin. Rain is actually the left handed one, which is the main tipoff on the correct one to shoot..
28th Sep '17 2:38:04 PM Triscon42
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* [[spoiler:Goro Akechi]] from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' is left-handed. Naturally, he's a villain [[spoiler:and the traitor among the main characters]]. Possibly an intentional use of the trope, as the game heavily homages "Classy" works such as ArseneLupin, SherlockHolmes, Carmen, TheThreeMusketeers, (etc) where this trope often cropped up.

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* [[spoiler:Goro Akechi]] from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' is left-handed. Naturally, he's a villain [[spoiler:and the traitor among the main characters]]. Possibly an intentional use of the invoked trope, as the game heavily homages "Classy" works such as ArseneLupin, SherlockHolmes, Carmen, TheThreeMusketeers, (etc) where this trope often cropped up.
28th Sep '17 2:06:36 PM Triscon42
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* [[spoiler:Goro Akechi]] from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' is left-handed. Naturally, he's a villain [[spoiler:and the traitor among the main characters]].

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* [[spoiler:Goro Akechi]] from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' is left-handed. Naturally, he's a villain [[spoiler:and the traitor among the main characters]]. Possibly an intentional use of the trope, as the game heavily homages "Classy" works such as ArseneLupin, SherlockHolmes, Carmen, TheThreeMusketeers, (etc) where this trope often cropped up.
23rd Jul '17 10:47:03 PM Owlorange1995
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* WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness features [[TheHeavy The SKull Kid]], who wields a whip with his left hand. This is a hint to his true identity of [[spoiler: the seemingly well-meaning Davik, who had his right hand cut off years past.]]

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* WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness features [[TheHeavy The SKull Skull Kid]], who wields a whip with his left hand. This is a hint to his true identity of [[spoiler: the seemingly well-meaning Davik, who had his right hand cut off years past.]]
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23rd Jul '17 10:46:10 PM Owlorange1995
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* WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness features [[TheHeavy The SKull Kid]], who wields a whip with his left hand. This is a hint to his true identity of [[spoiler: the seemingly well-meaning Davik, who had his right hand cut off years past.]]
21st Jul '17 1:38:37 PM MajinAkuma
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* In the first season of ''Anime/YuGiOh'', a duelist needs one of two entry cards to participate in the Duelist Kingdom playoff tournament; each such card indicates a prize to be claimed by the tournament's victor. Glory of the King's Hand is a blank card which entitles the holder to one wish granted by Maximilian Pegasus, to the extent of his power. In contrast, Glory of the King's Opposite Hand depicts a treasure room filled with coins, jewels, and the like, and entitles the holder to three million yen [[note]] or dollars, [[DubText if you're watching the dub]] [[/note]]. Mai Valentine and Bandit Keith are in the tournament for the money, and take Opposite Hand. Joey does, too, but he does so in hopes of paying for his sister's desperately-needed eye surgery. Yugi only wants his to save his grandfather, so he uses King's Hand.

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* In the first season of ''Anime/YuGiOh'', a duelist needs one of two entry cards to participate in the Duelist Kingdom playoff tournament; each such card indicates a prize to be claimed by the tournament's victor. Glory of the King's Hand is a blank card which entitles the holder to one wish granted by Maximilian Pegasus, Pegasus J. Crawford, to the extent of his power. In contrast, Glory of the King's Opposite Hand depicts a treasure room filled with coins, jewels, and the like, and entitles the holder to three million yen [[note]] or dollars, [[DubText if you're watching the dub]] [[/note]]. Mai Valentine Kujaku and Bandit "Bandit" Keith Howard are in the tournament for the money, and take Opposite Hand. Joey Jounouchi does, too, but he does so in hopes of paying for his sister's desperately-needed eye surgery. Yugi only wants his to save his grandfather, so he uses King's Hand.



* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', [[spoiler: the novelist Sen Takatsuki/Eto Yoshimura]] is left-handed and is eventually revealed to be a major villain of the series as the real One-Eyed Owl and the leader of Aogiri Tree.

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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the novelist Sen Takatsuki/Eto Yoshimura]] is left-handed and is eventually revealed to be a major villain of the series as the real One-Eyed Owl and the leader of Aogiri Tree.
18th Jul '17 11:59:41 PM rdococ
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The opposite, when left-handedness is viewed favorably, is TheSouthpaw. Sometimes overlaps with LeftHandedMirror. Also see IAmNotLeftHanded.

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The opposite, when left-handedness is viewed favorably, is TheSouthpaw. Sometimes overlaps with LeftHandedMirror. Also see IAmNotLeftHanded.
IAmNotLeftHanded. Can lead to UnfortunateImplications.
18th Jul '17 8:58:37 PM RottenPotatoes
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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', [[spoiler: Takatsuki Sen]] is left-handed and is eventually revealed to be a major villain of the series.

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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', [[spoiler: Takatsuki Sen]] the novelist Sen Takatsuki/Eto Yoshimura]] is left-handed and is eventually revealed to be a major villain of the series. series as the real One-Eyed Owl and the leader of Aogiri Tree.
9th Jun '17 9:53:05 PM jormis29
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* The titular Nemesis from ResidentEvil3 is a lefty. This is useful to know in gameplay, because you dodge his punches and grabs by juking to his right side.

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* The titular Nemesis from ResidentEvil3 ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' is a lefty. This is useful to know in gameplay, because you dodge his punches and grabs by juking to his right side.
5th Jun '17 7:26:54 AM tyrekecorrea
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* In the first season of ''Anime/YuGiOh'', a duelist needs one of two entry cards to participate in the Duelist Kingdom playoff tournament; each such card indicates a prize to be claimed by the tournament's victor. Glory of the King's Hand is a blank card which entitles the holder to one wish granted by Maximilian Pegasus, to the extent of his power. In contrast, Glory of the King's Opposite Hand depicts a treasure room filled with coins, jewels, and the like, and entitles the holder to three million yen [[note]] or dollars, [[DubText if you're watching the dub]] [[/note]]. Mai Valentine and Bandit Keith are out for the money, and take Opposite Hand. Joey does, too, but he does so in hopes of paying for his sister's desperately-needed eye surgery. Yugi only wants his to save his grandfather, so he uses King's Hand.

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* In the first season of ''Anime/YuGiOh'', a duelist needs one of two entry cards to participate in the Duelist Kingdom playoff tournament; each such card indicates a prize to be claimed by the tournament's victor. Glory of the King's Hand is a blank card which entitles the holder to one wish granted by Maximilian Pegasus, to the extent of his power. In contrast, Glory of the King's Opposite Hand depicts a treasure room filled with coins, jewels, and the like, and entitles the holder to three million yen [[note]] or dollars, [[DubText if you're watching the dub]] [[/note]]. Mai Valentine and Bandit Keith are out in the tournament for the money, and take Opposite Hand. Joey does, too, but he does so in hopes of paying for his sister's desperately-needed eye surgery. Yugi only wants his to save his grandfather, so he uses King's Hand.
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