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18th Aug '16 5:22:27 PM Gene0129
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* Raime, the Fume Knight in ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' was known as the left hand of King Vendrick prior to his betrayal, while the more noble Velstadt was the right hand. He also held his main weapon in his left hand.
10th Aug '16 2:15:22 PM SorPepita
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25th Jul '16 3:04:44 PM BlackGryphon101
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* Inverted in ''Manga / The Seven Deadly Sins'' one of the main characters Meliodas appears to be left handed and a protraganist there is aple evidence that this wasn't always the case. That also not taking into acount that Meliodas is [[spoiler: a Demon]].

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* Inverted in ''Manga / The Seven Deadly Sins'' ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'' one of the main characters Meliodas appears to be left handed and a protraganist protraganist. However, there is aple ample evidence that this wasn't always the case. That also not taking into acount account that Meliodas is [[spoiler: a Demon]].
25th Jul '16 3:02:56 PM BlackGryphon101
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* Inverted in ''Manga / The Seven Deadly Sins'' one of the main characters Meliodas appears to be left handed and a protraganist there is aple evidence that this wasn't always the case. That also not taking into acount that Meliodas is [[spoiler: a Demon]].
17th Jun '16 2:52:21 AM Doug86
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* Arya from ''ASongOfIceAndFire''. When her dominant hand is revealed to her fencing master, he reacts favorably because fighting left-handed will reverse her stance and movements, which will help confuse her opponents. However, her left-handedness might also be ASinisterClue about her future, [[spoiler: training in a cult of assassins.]]

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* Arya from ''ASongOfIceAndFire''.''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. When her dominant hand is revealed to her fencing master, he reacts favorably because fighting left-handed will reverse her stance and movements, which will help confuse her opponents. However, her left-handedness might also be ASinisterClue about her future, [[spoiler: training in a cult of assassins.]]
11th Jun '16 8:44:52 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Series/{{V}}'', whenever a human is [[MoreThanMindControl converted to the villains' cause]], it causes a brain-dominance switch. Since ThereAreNoLefties in TV Land, this leads to left-handed human collaborators.

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* In ''Series/{{V}}'', ''Series/{{V|1983}}'', whenever a human is [[MoreThanMindControl converted to the villains' cause]], it causes a brain-dominance switch. Since ThereAreNoLefties in TV Land, this leads to left-handed human collaborators.
28th May '16 11:11:16 AM Katsuhagi
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* ''{{Webcomic/Drowtales}}'': Kalki seems to be left-handed judging by how she [[http://www.drowtales.com/mainarchive.php?sid=10143 holds a katana]] and is mostly shown using her left hand for nether summoning.
12th May '16 7:21:13 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Interestingly, the Wii version of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' had [[TheHero Link]], who is traditionally TheSouthpaw. Because of controls, Link had to be turned right-handed, but the deadline of the game was getting close, so they decided to simply mirror the whole game, thus turning most characters left-handed and making [[BigBad Ganondorf]] this trope.

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* Interestingly, the Wii version of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' had [[TheHero Link]], who is has [[BigBad Ganondorf]], traditionally TheSouthpaw. Because of controls, Link had to be turned right-handed, but turned TheSouthpaw. This is because of the control scheme of the Wii, and since the deadline of the game was getting close, the developers couldn't simply make Link right-handed and leave the rest of the version intact, so they decided to simply mirror the whole game, it, thus turning most characters left-handed and making [[BigBad Ganondorf]] this trope.left-handed, including Ganondorf.



** There's no indication as to whether either Bart or Hugo is left- or right-handed; however, Bart was the left-sided (or Sinister) twin.



* In ''Franchise/StarWars Episode II: Film/AttackOfTheClones'' Anakin loses his right arm- symbolism of a move towards the Dark Side? Luke then loses his right hand in the same way [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack 3 films later]]- right before TheReveal that LukeIAmYourFather, and in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' Luke breaks free from his FreakOut after he cuts off his father's right hand and realizes that both of them have mechanical right hands.

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* In ''Franchise/StarWars Episode II: Film/AttackOfTheClones'' Anakin loses his right arm- symbolism of a move towards the Dark Side? Side. Luke then loses his right hand in the same way [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack 3 films later]]- right before TheReveal that LukeIAmYourFather, and in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' Luke breaks free from his FreakOut after he cuts off his father's right hand and realizes that both of them have mechanical right hands.
12th May '16 12:52:53 PM Piando
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* ''Comicbook/GreenLantern''

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* ''Comicbook/GreenLantern'' ''Franchise/GreenLantern''



* In ''Franchise/StarWars Episode II: Film/AttackOfTheClones'' Anakin loses his right arm- symbolism of a move towards the Dark Side? Luke then loses his right hand in the same way- right before TheReveal that LukeIAmYourFather, and in ''Return of the Jedi'' Luke breaks free from his FreakOut after he cuts off his father's right hand and realizes that both of them have mechanical right hands.

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* In ''Franchise/StarWars Episode II: Film/AttackOfTheClones'' Anakin loses his right arm- symbolism of a move towards the Dark Side? Luke then loses his right hand in the same way- way [[Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack 3 films later]]- right before TheReveal that LukeIAmYourFather, and in ''Return of the Jedi'' ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' Luke breaks free from his FreakOut after he cuts off his father's right hand and realizes that both of them have mechanical right hands.



* In the books, [[TheSilenceOfTheLambs Hannibal Lecter]] had six fingers on his left hand.
* Inverted in ASongOfIceAndFire. When [[spoiler: Jaime Lannister]] loses his right hand, his moral compass actually starts working better. This is mostly because without his sword-hand, he's forced to think things through, when before he could just hack his way through any obstacle.

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* In the books, [[TheSilenceOfTheLambs [[Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Hannibal Lecter]] had six fingers on his left hand.
* Inverted in ASongOfIceAndFire.''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. When [[spoiler: Jaime Lannister]] loses his right hand, his moral compass actually starts working better. This is mostly because without his sword-hand, he's forced to think things through, when before he could just hack his way through any obstacle.
6th May '16 7:01:56 AM aye_amber
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* In ''{{Graceland}}'', Briggs is left handed. This trope is only invoked later in the first season, with the big reveal.
* In a PerryMason movie, the title character, who has realized that the killer in question is left-handed, forces the culprit to reveal himself by asking him for the time. The man looks at his watch, which is on his ''right'' wrist, as many left-handed people wear it.

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* In ''{{Graceland}}'', ''Series/{{Graceland}},'' Briggs is left handed. This trope is only invoked later in the first season, with the big reveal.
* In a PerryMason Series/PerryMason movie, the title character, who has realized that the killer in question is left-handed, forces the culprit to reveal himself by asking him for the time. The man looks at his watch, which is on his ''right'' wrist, as many left-handed people wear it.
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