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30th Nov '16 1:28:17 PM WillKeaton
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* Fanfic/{{Betastuck}}: Despite not acting the way his programmers expected him to, Doc Scratch was merely fulfilling his purpose to make the necessary preparations for Lord English's arrival.

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* Fanfic/{{Betastuck}}: ''Fanfic/{{Betastuck}}'': Despite not acting the way his programmers expected him to, Doc Scratch was merely fulfilling his purpose to make the necessary preparations for Lord English's arrival.
17th Nov '16 12:44:10 PM shawn_allen
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** While in the mirror universe, Kirk's actions, giving the planet's populace a chance to reconsider rather than blowing them away for refusing the Empire at all, causes Mirror-Spock to receive orders to kill him and finish the mission as the new captain of the ISS Enterprise. Luckily for Kirk, M-Spock would rather not be such an obvious target and warns him.
23rd Oct '16 9:28:18 PM NOYB
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* On ''Series/BlackSails'' things are further complicated by the fact that a pirate captains is elected by the crew and is supposed to act in the best interests of the crew at all times. Thus when members of the crew plot to remove Captain Flint from command they feel their actions are perfectly legitimate since Flint is jeopardizing the lives of the crew to further his own personal goals.

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* On ''Series/BlackSails'' things are further complicated by the fact that a pirate captains captain is elected by the crew and is supposed to act in the best interests of the crew at all times. Thus when members of the crew plot to remove Captain Flint from command they feel their actions are perfectly legitimate since Flint is jeopardizing the lives of the crew to further his own personal goals.
23rd Oct '16 9:15:00 PM NOYB
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** Varys and Doran Martell each plot (apparently unrelated) schemes to put a Targaryen back on the Iron Throne. While the Baratheon (or, for the King's Landing faction, "Baratheon") dynasty would consider that treason and rebellion, by the strict laws of succession, first Viserys and then Daenarys are indeed the rightful heirs.

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** Varys and Doran Martell each plot (apparently unrelated) schemes to put a Targaryen back on the Iron Throne. While the Baratheon (or, for the King's Landing faction, "Baratheon") dynasty would consider that treason and rebellion, by the strict laws of succession, first Viserys and then Daenarys Daenerys are indeed the rightful heirs.
23rd Oct '16 9:13:58 PM NOYB
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** [[spoiler: Barristan Selmy, the Unsullied and some of the Meereenese]] launching a coup against [[spoiler: Daenerys' husband]] for doing a bad job of ruling in her stead, and possibly [[spoiler:trying to assassinate her.]] In this case, even though he is the legal regent, he has deviated quite a lot from [[spoiler: what Daenerys wanted]], and the conspirators are trying to get things back on track.

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** [[spoiler: Barristan Selmy, the Unsullied and some of the Meereenese]] launching a coup against [[spoiler: Daenerys' Daenerys's husband]] for doing a bad job of ruling in her stead, and possibly [[spoiler:trying to assassinate her.]] In this case, even though he is the legal regent, he has deviated quite a lot from [[spoiler: what Daenerys wanted]], and the conspirators are trying to get things back on track.
19th Oct '16 2:33:35 AM LondonKdS
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* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' has a two-part OriginsEpisode for Jesse, in which we discover that she was the first mate on a future-human submarine captained by a reprogrammed Terminator, and that she led an Anti Mutiny against him because she and the rest of the crew wrongly (because he inflexibly refused to tell them the truth about their secret mission) believed that he'd reverted and was betraying them to Skynet.
4th Oct '16 10:49:16 PM LinTaylor
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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]], 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).

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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 but the Outcasts tend towards [[JerkAss douchebaggery]], to douchebaggery]] and the point of dropping fingers when killed (a sign for people who took game's creation kit tags their CharacterAlignment as Evil (further evidenced by the corresponding perk fact that you'll be rewarded for killing them if you have the person you just nuked was evil).Lawbringer perk).
21st Aug '16 7:42:10 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/TheLastShip'': In "Scuttle", the ''Nathan James'' takes on survivors from another US Navy ship sunk during a mission against the Chinese Navy. Unnerved by Captain Chandler's [[ItsPersonal obsession]] with taking down Chinese [[PresidentEvil President Peng]] and blaming it for the destruction of their ship, the add-ons jump on the opportunity when orders come through from their superiors to relieve Chandler of command. Chandler's crew, suspicious of these orders (with good reason, as they're actually from a GovernmentConspiracy seeking to usurp the federal government's authority), quickly take steps to bloodlessly retake control of the ship.
28th May '16 10:07:53 AM EponymousKid
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** In [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E8TheBattle "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]].

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** In [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E8TheBattle "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, venture, a heinous crime by Ferengi standards]].standards]]. That's the reason Kazago ''gives'', at least; he only acted after Riker presented evidence that Bok was insane.
14th May '16 1:30:57 AM Doug86
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* Magneto pulls one of these in the [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} "Age of X"]] storyline; Suspecting that something is not quite right, he rebels against his own rule, sending Shadowcat and Rogue to investigate their situation, and protects them when they are attacked by their former comrades.

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* Magneto pulls one of these in the [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen "Age of X"]] storyline; Suspecting that something is not quite right, he rebels against his own rule, sending Shadowcat and Rogue to investigate their situation, and protects them when they are attacked by their former comrades.
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