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22nd May '17 12:51:45 PM Wyldchyld
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the Grimm are creatures that have antagonized humanity since their inception, and are said to be [[TheSoulless the only beings that lack a soul]] since they're born from darkness. None of them appear anything other than aggressive and hostile, which is especially dominant in the younger, smaller versions. The [[StrongerWithAge older, larger ones]] have [[ItCanThink learned slightly better]], and will wait for opportunities to strike.
18th May '17 5:54:57 AM Skylentt
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* In ''Manga/D.Gray-man'' the akumas are specifically created by the earl to be this. They are actually supposed to be more weapons than characters. The level 1 and 3 play this completely straight but the level 2 have shown to be able to develop other interactions with humans though their killing urge will eventually come back. Level 4 are an exagerated examples as they are sadistic bastards whose only defining trait is killing humans. Oh..and they also kill their own allies.
13th May '17 5:30:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/StarCraft'':

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* ''Franchise/StarCraft'':''VideoGame/StarCraft'':
12th May '17 1:12:09 PM KaputExaltation
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A common concept of the sci-fi and fantasy genres (and especially games of those genres) is the notion of not an organization, not a clan, not a city, but an entire ''race'' of bad guys who [[CardCarryingVillain brag about how]] '''''Evil''''' they are. All of the racial members behave evilly, because -- let's face it -- ''Franchise/StarTrek'' would've been really boring if [[TheKirk Kirk]] had to interview every Klingon he met before punching them out.

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A common concept of the sci-fi and fantasy genres (and especially games of those genres) is the notion of not an organization, not a clan, not a city, but an entire ''race'' of bad guys who [[CardCarryingVillain brag about how]] '''''Evil''''' they are. All of the racial members behave evilly, because -- let's face it -- ''Franchise/StarTrek'' would've been really boring if [[TheKirk Kirk]] had to interview every Klingon he met before punching them out.
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6th May '17 6:00:15 PM nombretomado
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** There are also the [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 various]] [[Franchise/TransformersFilmSeries incarnations]] of Jetfire.

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** There are also the [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 various]] [[Franchise/TransformersFilmSeries [[Film/TransformersFilmSeries incarnations]] of Jetfire.
5th May '17 7:12:34 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheSpiritThief'', demons and, by extension, demonseeds, are all more than happy to be destructive would-be devourers of the world, with the exception of Nico (who has Josef as her MoralityCrutch) and Nibel (who's too hard-headed).

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* In ''Literature/TheSpiritThief'', demons and, by extension, demonseeds, are all more than happy to be destructive would-be devourers of the world, with the exception of Nico (who has Josef as her MoralityCrutch) MoralityChain) and Nibel (who's too hard-headed).
5th May '17 7:09:39 AM Kakai
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* Subverted in ''Literature/EndersGame'' [[spoiler: the buggers are presented as this until the end of the book]]

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* Subverted in ''Literature/EndersGame'' - [[spoiler: the buggers are presented as this until the end of the book]]book.]]
* In ''Literature/TheSpiritThief'', demons and, by extension, demonseeds, are all more than happy to be destructive would-be devourers of the world, with the exception of Nico (who has Josef as her MoralityCrutch) and Nibel (who's too hard-headed).
28th Mar '17 3:39:29 PM omegafire17
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* ''VideoGame/MiddleEarthShadowOfMordor'' plays this straight. You might be brainwashing sentient people with real motives and wills into murdering each other by the boatload, but every single one that you fight or torture has the intent to do one of the following: murder, enslave, torture, backstab, revel in decadence, hide their fears as they subject them on their minions, blight the earth, burn bridges, extinction of various species, did we forget mass murder, etc.

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* ''VideoGame/MiddleEarthShadowOfMordor'' mostly plays this straight. You might be brainwashing sentient people with real motives and wills into murdering each other by the boatload, but every single one that you fight or torture has the intent to do one of the following: murder, enslave, torture, backstab, revel in decadence, hide their fears as they subject them on their minions, blight the earth, burn bridges, extinction of various species, did we forget mass murder, etc. The sequel however, shows that not only can orcs be friends with each other, they can be friends with ''you'' (separate from your MindControl powers).
26th Mar '17 4:55:42 PM JoeMerl
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** Later revelations in the show seem to suggest that this is in fact a lie. The fire people aren't all evil, Flame King is just an asshole.

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** Later revelations in the show seem to suggest that this is in fact a lie. The fire simplification. Flame people aren't all don't seem totally evil, though Flame King is just an asshole.Princess notes that they tend to be "deceitful [[ItMakesSenseInContext and Shakespeare]]."
23rd Mar '17 6:40:17 PM jainasolo
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* Subverted in ''Literature/EndersGame'' [[spoiler: the buggers are presented as this until the end of the book]

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* Subverted in ''Literature/EndersGame'' [[spoiler: the buggers are presented as this until the end of the book]book]]



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