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23rd Jul '16 7:22:28 PM Benjayman
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* In ''FanFic/SecretWar'' [[spoiler: [[TheSociopath Serghar Kaltos]] is this to Attelus Kaltos to the empth degree.]]
22nd Jul '16 12:09:30 AM Nyame
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': Sanji and his father, Judge Vinsmoke. [[spoiler:The man was an AbusiveParent, belittling Sanji at every turn for his weakness and compassion and allowing his other children to bully Sanji with no remorse. When Sanji has his first confrontation with him in the present storyline, he tries to hold out some hope that his family has changed for the better, but when forced to face Judge in battle, he admits to himself that his father has never given him a single decent memory and that he only feels hatred towards him]].
17th Jul '16 12:02:47 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** At "End of Evangelion" Gendo finally reveals he abandoned Shinji because he was frightened of his own son, was convinced that he would screw Shinji if he tried to raise him, and he did not want to get him involved with his and SEELE war. Unfortunately, for that time it is doubtful Shinji cared for his reasons.

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** At "End ''End of Evangelion" Evangelion'' Gendo finally reveals he abandoned Shinji because he was frightened of his own son, was convinced that he would screw be would be a bad parent to Shinji if he tried to raise him, him alone, and he did not want to get him involved with his and SEELE war. Unfortunately, for that time it is doubtful Shinji cared for his reasons.SEELE's war.
2nd Jul '16 2:37:58 AM Nazetrime
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* In ''Series/{{Noob}}'' Tenshirock, the hacker that keeps breaking into the MMORPG in which the story is set, turns out to be this to Judge Dead, the MMORPG in question's head Game Master. Tenshirock did this because his son had started hating him for reason he couldn't understand and thought that getting his son's attention away from the game would make him more open to his attempts to rebuild their relationship.

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* In ''Series/{{Noob}}'' Tenshirock, the hacker that keeps breaking into the MMORPG in which the story is set, turns out to be this to Judge Dead, the MMORPG in question's head Game Master. Tenshirock did this because his son had started hating him for reason reasons he couldn't understand and thought that getting his son's attention away from the game would make him more open to his attempts to rebuild their relationship.
24th May '16 8:26:16 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersGenerationOne''; supposedly this is the case with Quicksix, the Autobot's six-changer and son of Six-Shot, the Decepticon equivalent. However, [[TakeOurWordForIt this enmity was only mentioned in the commercial for his action figure.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersGenerationOne''; supposedly this is the case with Quicksix, the Autobot's six-changer and son of Six-Shot, the Decepticon equivalent. However, [[TakeOurWordForIt this enmity was only mentioned in the commercial for his action figure.]]
24th May '16 8:25:22 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersGenerationOne''; supposedly this is the case with Quicksix, the Autobot's six-changer and son of Six-Shot, the Decepticon equivalent. However, [[TakeOurWordForIt this enmity was only mentioned in the commercial for his action figure.]]
22nd May '16 10:22:19 AM Tron80
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* In ''Fanfic/LastChildOfKrypton'', when Gendo hurts his son's friends and girlfriend, Shinji turns against his father openly.
17th May '16 12:25:53 PM Berrenta
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Some fathers just really don't do well by their kids, at all. Some are aloof, remote, and [[WellDoneSonGuy offer scant praise for their children's achievements]]. Some expect their kids to act like adults from an early age and [[WhatTheHellDad offer no guidance, whatsoever]]. Some will [[ParentalAbandonment abandon]] [[DisappearedDad their kids]]. Some will come to [[ParentalBetrayal betray their children at a crucial moment]]. Some are just downright {{abusive|Parents}}. Some will even go so far as to try OffingTheOffspring. A once few, however, will go the extra mile to take every action and every opportunity to foil their children's plans and ruin their lives and become an Archnemesis Dad (or a [[{{Pun}} Foe Pa]]).

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Some fathers just really don't do well by their kids, at all. Some are aloof, remote, and [[WellDoneSonGuy offer scant praise for their children's achievements]]. Some expect their kids to act like adults from an early age and [[WhatTheHellDad [[ParentalNeglect offer no guidance, whatsoever]]. Some will [[ParentalAbandonment abandon]] [[DisappearedDad their kids]]. Some will come to [[ParentalBetrayal betray their children at a crucial moment]]. Some are just downright {{abusive|Parents}}. Some will even go so far as to try OffingTheOffspring. A once few, however, will go the extra mile to take every action and every opportunity to foil their children's plans and ruin their lives and become an Archnemesis Dad (or a [[{{Pun}} Foe Pa]]).
16th May '16 1:39:27 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In Fiona Patton's fantasy [[TalesOfTheBranionRealm The Granite Shield]], the sovereign of an alternate England is a GodInHumanForm who heretically [[StopWorshippingMe follows a different God.]] He sires half-a-dozen bastards over the course of the book, the oldest of whom was conceived and raised ''specifically'' to [[TykeBomb kill him]] and return the royal family to the proper faith. His third-born daughter becomes a RebelLeader, [[spoiler:sets his navy on fire, and shoots him with a flaming arrow. The pain drives him insane]], and by the end, his only concern is to [[OffingTheOffspring off both his traitorous offspring]].

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* In Fiona Patton's fantasy [[TalesOfTheBranionRealm ''[[Literature/TalesOfTheBranionRealm The Granite Shield]], Shield]]'', the sovereign of an alternate England is a GodInHumanForm who heretically [[StopWorshippingMe follows a different God.]] He sires half-a-dozen bastards over the course of the book, the oldest of whom was conceived and raised ''specifically'' to [[TykeBomb kill him]] and return the royal family to the proper faith. His third-born daughter becomes a RebelLeader, [[spoiler:sets his navy on fire, and shoots him with a flaming arrow. The pain drives him insane]], and by the end, his only concern is to [[OffingTheOffspring off both his traitorous offspring]].
14th May '16 9:24:23 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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** The original Brainiac has, at various points, tried to manipulate, control, or kill his clone son, Brainiac 2, his grandson, Brainiac 3, and his great-great grandson, Brainiac 5. Brainiacs 2 & 3 have also made numerous attempts to kill one another, proving this trope is more or less InTheBlood.
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