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17th Apr '17 5:36:00 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* [[spoiler: Gremy Toto]] from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' ''miiiiiiight'' be this. He certainly ''is'' a bastard, but the "''miiiiiiight''" part comes from how it's speculated that [[spoiler: while he claims to be a clone of [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Gihren Zabi]], he may actually be his bastard son.]]

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* [[spoiler: Gremy Toto]] from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' ''miiiiiiight'' be this. He certainly ''is'' a bastard, but the "''miiiiiiight''" part comes from how it's speculated that [[spoiler: while he claims to be a clone of [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Gihren Zabi]], he may actually be his bastard son.]] Apparently, WordOfGod has said that [[spoiler: Gremy ''is'' Gihren's bastard son with a Newtype woman.]]
8th Apr '17 2:03:35 AM Anicomicgeek
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* The the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe, the ComicBook/RedSkull is the illegitimate child of [[spoiler:Franchise/CaptainAmerica]]--and very bit as horrible as his manistream counterpart.

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* The In the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe, the ComicBook/RedSkull is the illegitimate child of [[spoiler:Franchise/CaptainAmerica]]--and very bit as horrible as his manistream counterpart.
7th Apr '17 3:27:02 AM Anicomicgeek
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* The the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe, the ComicBook/RedSkull is the illegitimate child of [[spoiler:Franchise/CaptainAmerica]]--and very bit as horrible as his manistream counterpart.
1st Dec '16 4:45:08 PM Adept
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* Don John from ''MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is also a bastard and a villain, but since he's in a comedy instead of a tragedy, he's less effective--albeit narrowly. If Hero had actually killed herself, he could have been as vile and [[MagnificentBastard magnificently bastardish]] as Iago from ''Othello.''

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* Don John from ''MuchAdoAboutNothing'' ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' is also a bastard and a villain, but since he's in a comedy instead of a tragedy, he's less effective--albeit narrowly. If Hero had actually killed herself, he could have been as vile and [[MagnificentBastard magnificently bastardish]] as Iago from ''Othello.''
25th Nov '16 9:18:51 PM nombretomado
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* A {{Champions}} module features a team of supervillains called [[WesternZodiac the Zodiac]]. Aquarius falls under this trope, being the son of King Henry VI and an unnamed peasant woman (who was later [[BurnTheWitch burned as a witch]]). His goal within the team is, naturally, to become king of England.

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* A {{Champions}} ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' module features a team of supervillains called [[WesternZodiac the Zodiac]]. Aquarius falls under this trope, being the son of King Henry VI and an unnamed peasant woman (who was later [[BurnTheWitch burned as a witch]]). His goal within the team is, naturally, to become king of England.
23rd Nov '16 2:59:15 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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** The BigBad is said previous part is also an example, given his father's identity is unknown.

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** The BigBad is of said previous part is also an example, given his father's identity is unknown.
23rd Nov '16 1:15:58 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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** The BigBad is said previous part is also an example, given his father's identity is unknown.
13th Nov '16 12:19:44 PM Alia_of
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* ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy'': Lessa, [[TheProtagonist Tristan]]'s older half-sister, daughter of king Thibault and mixed-blood servant. Even though there is little human blood in her veins (she looks like a troll and is very powerful), legally she is still mixed-blood, which means a life of servitude in another troll household. No wonder she hates her father and would stop at nothing to gain what she perceives as her rightful position. At one point she even [[spoiler: proposes a political alliance and marriage to Tristan - who is already married - and when turned down, tries to kill him]].

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* ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy'': Lessa, [[TheProtagonist Tristan]]'s older half-sister, daughter of king Thibault and a mixed-blood servant. Even though there is little human blood in her veins (she looks like a troll and is very powerful), legally she is still mixed-blood, which means a life of servitude in another troll household. No wonder she hates her father and would stop at nothing to gain what she perceives as her rightful position. At one point she even [[spoiler: proposes a political alliance and marriage to her younger half-brother Tristan - who is already married - and when turned down, tries to kill him]].
13th Nov '16 2:23:38 AM Alia_of
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* ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy'': Lessa, [[TheProtagonist Tristan]]'s older half-sister, daughter of king Thibault and mixed-blood servant. Even though there is little human blood in her veins (she looks like a troll and is very powerful), legally she is still mixed-blood, which means a life of servitude in Angouleme's household. No wonder she hates her father and would stop at nothing to gain what she perceives as her rightful position. At one point she even [[spoiler: proposes a political alliance and marriage to Tristan - who is already married - and when turned down, tries to kill him]].

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* ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy'': Lessa, [[TheProtagonist Tristan]]'s older half-sister, daughter of king Thibault and mixed-blood servant. Even though there is little human blood in her veins (she looks like a troll and is very powerful), legally she is still mixed-blood, which means a life of servitude in Angouleme's another troll household. No wonder she hates her father and would stop at nothing to gain what she perceives as her rightful position. At one point she even [[spoiler: proposes a political alliance and marriage to Tristan - who is already married - and when turned down, tries to kill him]].
13th Nov '16 2:22:48 AM Alia_of
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* ''Literature/BrotherCadfael'' The novel ''Monk's Hood'' uses this trope interestingly: [[spoiler: the bastard son is not on the list of suspects for a squire's murder, as, because he lives with his father but will inherit nothing, he has only to loose by his father's death... until Cadfael realises the bulk of the victim's property is in Wales, which has a totally different law, whereby bastards inherit the same as any other son, so it ''was'' worth poisoning his father before he could sign over his property to the church.]]

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* ''Literature/BrotherCadfael'' The novel ''Monk's Hood'' uses this trope interestingly: [[spoiler: the bastard son is not on the list of suspects for a squire's murder, as, because he lives with his father but will inherit nothing, he has only to loose lose by his father's death... until Cadfael realises the bulk of the victim's property is in Wales, which has a totally different law, whereby bastards inherit the same as any other son, so it ''was'' worth poisoning his father before he could sign over his property to the church.]]


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* ''Literature/MaledictionTrilogy'': Lessa, [[TheProtagonist Tristan]]'s older half-sister, daughter of king Thibault and mixed-blood servant. Even though there is little human blood in her veins (she looks like a troll and is very powerful), legally she is still mixed-blood, which means a life of servitude in Angouleme's household. No wonder she hates her father and would stop at nothing to gain what she perceives as her rightful position. At one point she even [[spoiler: proposes a political alliance and marriage to Tristan - who is already married - and when turned down, tries to kill him]].
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