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7th Feb '16 4:15:00 PM Grobi
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** Intriguingly, his approval rises when you crushes his mini-coup, since that proved him wrong and you're clearly capable enough to be in charge.

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** Intriguingly, his approval rises when you crushes crush his mini-coup, since that [[MightMakesRight proved him wrong and you're clearly capable enough to be in charge.charge]].
1st Jan '16 11:12:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Solatorobo}}'': Captain Grompf of the Kuvasz Guild has to be restrained by his crew after [[BadBoss ordering them to open fire on a transport]] they're supposed to be ''escorting''. A transport that is carrying a number of important documents, and a MacGuffin that Grompf's boss has no doubt gone to a ''lot'' of trouble to acquire.

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* ''{{Solatorobo}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Solatorobo}}'': Captain Grompf of the Kuvasz Guild has to be restrained by his crew after [[BadBoss ordering them to open fire on a transport]] they're supposed to be ''escorting''. A transport that is carrying a number of important documents, and a MacGuffin that Grompf's boss has no doubt gone to a ''lot'' of trouble to acquire.
12th Dec '15 9:07:06 PM Specialist290
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* The events of ''TheCaineMutiny'' result in a trial to determine if the eponymous mutiny (Captain Queeg was relieved by his executive officer during a typhoon) was this [[TheMutiny or the other flavor]].

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* The events of ''TheCaineMutiny'' ''Literature/TheCaineMutiny'' result in a trial to determine if the eponymous mutiny (Captain Queeg was relieved by his executive officer during a typhoon) was this [[TheMutiny or the other flavor]].more conventional sort of mutiny]].
23rd Oct '15 4:36:57 AM StFan
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* Auto in ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}'', who takes over [[CoolSpaceShip The Axiom]] by force [[spoiler: and does not want it to return to Earth]] despite the captain's protests. However, Auto is simply following his [[MegaCorp programming]] and it is the captain who is technically going against the plan.

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* Auto in ''WesternAnimation/{{WALL-E}}'', ''WesternAnimation/WallE'', who takes over [[CoolSpaceShip The Axiom]] by force [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and does not want it to return to Earth]] despite the captain's protests. However, Auto is simply following his [[MegaCorp programming]] and it is the captain who is technically going against the plan.
7th Oct '15 9:22:34 AM HeraldAlberich
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** In "The Pegasus" we learn that, while an ensign, Riker attempted to help his then-Captain put down an Anti-Mutiny on the eponymous vessel ([[spoiler: as in Enterprise above, the anti-mutineers were right]]), but when they failed, they were forced to abandon ship together.
** In "The Battle", the Ferengi [=DaiMon=] Bok engages in a mission of personal vendetta against Picard for [[spoiler:killing his son in battle years before]]. [[NumberTwo Riker]] tries to get Kazago, Bok's second-in-command, to stop Bok. Eventually, Kazago arrests Bok [[BlueAndOrangeMorality for engaging in a non-profitable mission, a heinous crime by Ferengi standards]].
** In "Conundrum", the crew get amnesia. They find out from the computer that they're at war with another race and are being sent to attack their homeworld. After easily penetrating the "enemy"'s defenses Picard decides that there's something wrong, since a war against this species would've been over in about 5 minutes instead of the years the computer tells them. Picard's second in command, [[RememberTheNewGuy who isn't Riker but some guy named MacDuff whom we've never seen before]], tries to force the rest of the crew into obeying their original orders. It turns out of course that a third race, which is at war with the second, had orchestrated the events and is one of them.

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** In [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E11ThePegasus "The Pegasus" Pegasus"]] we learn that, while an ensign, Riker attempted to help his then-Captain put down an Anti-Mutiny on the eponymous vessel ([[spoiler: as in Enterprise ''Enterprise'' above, the anti-mutineers were right]]), but when they failed, they were forced to abandon ship together.
** In [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E8TheBattle "The Battle", Battle"]], the Ferengi [=DaiMon=] Bok engages in a mission of personal vendetta against Picard for [[spoiler:killing his son in battle years before]]. [[NumberTwo Riker]] tries to get Kazago, Bok's second-in-command, to stop Bok. Eventually, Kazago arrests Bok [[BlueAndOrangeMorality for engaging in a non-profitable mission, a heinous crime by Ferengi standards]].
** In "Conundrum", [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS5E14Conundrum "Conundrum"]], the crew get amnesia. They find out from the computer that they're at war with another race and are being sent to attack their homeworld. After easily penetrating the "enemy"'s defenses Picard decides that there's something wrong, since a war against this species would've been over in about 5 minutes instead of the years the computer tells them. Picard's second in command, [[RememberTheNewGuy who isn't Riker but some guy named MacDuff whom we've never seen before]], tries to force the rest of the crew into obeying their original orders. It turns out of course that a third race, which is at war with the second, had orchestrated the events and is one of them.them.
** In [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E6LonelyAmongUs "Lonely Among Us"]], Picard is possessed by an EnergyBeing. The senior officers discuss attempting an anti-mutiny when he abandons the mission at hand, but decide that they do not have enough evidence to legally relieve him of command. When Picard's possession becomes apparent and Dr. Crusher attempts to deem him medically unfit, the EnergyBeing immobilizes the bridge crew long enough to carry out his plan.
28th Jun '15 6:19:56 PM nombretomado
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* It could be argued Starbuck falls prey to this in Season 4 of ''[[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined Battlestar Galactica]]''. She began acting increasingly crazy but was still staying within the bounds of her orders, but then unilaterally decided to do something not covered by those orders, an action which meant she and the crew would miss their scheduled rendezvous and/or put all their lives in mortal danger. The crew (bar one) refused to back her. It's difficult to tell who was meant to be in the wrong in this case, though the fact that just after the mutiny and [[spoiler: one poor bastard losing a leg]] she came up with an alternate solution whereby only she was put at risk suggests Starbuck may be more at fault.

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\n* It could be argued Starbuck falls prey to this in Season 4 of ''[[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined Battlestar Galactica]]''.''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}''. She began acting increasingly crazy but was still staying within the bounds of her orders, but then unilaterally decided to do something not covered by those orders, an action which meant she and the crew would miss their scheduled rendezvous and/or put all their lives in mortal danger. The crew (bar one) refused to back her. It's difficult to tell who was meant to be in the wrong in this case, though the fact that just after the mutiny and [[spoiler: one poor bastard losing a leg]] she came up with an alternate solution whereby only she was put at risk suggests Starbuck may be more at fault.
23rd Jun '15 3:25:07 PM WC-83
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* In VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}, the relationship between the Outcasts and the Brotherhood of Steel is this. The Brotherhood's mission is to preserve and catalog technology, but the batch that went east decided instead to focus on protecting civilians and killing mutants. The Outcasts broke off to concentrate on the original mission. Neither group is villainous, though the Outcasts tend towards [[JerkAss douchebaggery]].

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* In VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}, the relationship between the Outcasts and the Brotherhood of Steel is this. The Brotherhood's mission is to preserve and catalog technology, but the batch that went east decided instead to focus on protecting civilians and killing mutants. The Outcasts broke off to concentrate on the original mission. Neither group is villainous, though the Outcasts tend towards [[JerkAss douchebaggery]].douchebaggery]], to the point of dropping fingers when killed (a sign for people who took the corresponding perk that the person you just nuked was evil).
20th May '15 1:25:03 PM poi99
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* ''Franchise/MassEffect'': When [[AssInAmbassador Udina]] sees it as problematic for you to continue trying to save all intelligent life with your CoolShip.
** This becomes kind of a theme; in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' Shepard pulls a similar stunt against the Illusive Man, stealing the ''Normandy SR-2'' from Cerberus. In neither case does the crew do much to object, despite the fact that the SR-2's crew in particular ''are Cerberus operatives''; this is brought up a few times in the sequel as evidence of Shepard's [[MagneticHero magnetic charisma]]. Notably, to forestall this in the third game, [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure Admiral Hackett]] gives Shepard permission in advance to do whatever it takes, however bizarre, to bring about an allied victory.
8th May '15 1:08:17 PM FordPrefect
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** In "Conundrum", the crew get amnesia. They find out from the computer that they're at war with another race and are being sent to attack their homeworld. After easily penetrating the "enemy"'s defenses Picard decides that there's something wrong, since a war against this species would've been over in about 5 minutes instead of the years the computer tells them. Picard's second in command, [=MacDuff=], [[RememberTheNewGuy who isn't Riker but someone else whom we've never seen before]], tries to force the rest of the crew into obeying their original orders. It turns out of course that a third race, which is at war with the second, had orchestrated the events and is one of them.

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** In "Conundrum", the crew get amnesia. They find out from the computer that they're at war with another race and are being sent to attack their homeworld. After easily penetrating the "enemy"'s defenses Picard decides that there's something wrong, since a war against this species would've been over in about 5 minutes instead of the years the computer tells them. Picard's second in command, [=MacDuff=], [[RememberTheNewGuy who isn't Riker but someone else some guy named MacDuff whom we've never seen before]], tries to force the rest of the crew into obeying their original orders. It turns out of course that a third race, which is at war with the second, had orchestrated the events and is one of them.
23rd Apr '15 2:29:00 AM TARINunit9
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TheCaptain may try to BringThemAround, either before the mutiny, or while it is occurring; it can be interesting, since he can no longer rely on his authority as a captain, which they regard as forfeited by his acts. Gross misconduct by the captain of a ship is legally known as ''barratry;'' the response is often an Anti-Mutiny.

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TheCaptain may try to BringThemAround, either before the mutiny, or while it is occurring; it can be interesting, since he can no longer rely on his authority as a captain, which they regard as forfeited by his acts. Gross acts.

In real life maritime law, gross
misconduct by the captain of a ship is legally known as ''barratry;'' ''barratry'' (not to be confused with civilian barratry); the response is often an Anti-Mutiny.
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