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28th Jun '16 11:49:48 AM Sapphirea2
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* The Doctor of ''Series/DoctorWho'' temporarily becomes this in the final stretch of Series 9. Between the events of "Face the Raven" and "Heaven Sent", he is betrayed by [[spoiler: both Ashildr and his own people]], TrappedInAnotherWorld, and subjected to ColdBloodedTorture -- suffering that he goes through completely alone because his beloved companion and LivingEmotionalCrutch Clara Oswald is [[spoiler: Killed Off for Real in a Senseless Sacrifice]] and he has no access to his TARDIS. DrivenToMadness, the result is that in the finale "Hell Bent" a man who is usually desperate to avoid embodying BewareTheSuperman becomes TheUnfettered, willing to harm others and risk the destruction of time itself for nothing more than the chance to [[spoiler: bring Clara back from the grave and give her a nice SAFE life]] -- exactly what Clara demanded him not to do, but then she had no idea he'd be tormented to the point his grief and rage would be too much to overcome and too big an obstacle for WhatTheHellHero speeches to undo. But he eventually has a HeelRealization, and with the help of [[spoiler: Mind Rape]] regains his sanity and moral compass, leaving him sadder and wiseer, a selfless healer once more.
25th Jun '16 6:06:51 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'': The once effervescent and idealistic Xavier we saw in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' has crumbled into a heap of melancholia and cynicism after 1963. His telepathy, which he had been at ease with since he was 12 years old, has suddenly become a heavy burden that he avoids using at all cost. Charles' social drinking has deteriorated into alcoholism, and he gives up on other activities that he used to enjoy, such as teaching, scientific research and womanizing, in favour of a self-imposed exile from everything that exists beyond his mansion. Xavier has more or less reduced himself into a ManChild who is completely dependent on Hank, when in the other movies, various mutants rely on the paternal telepath for emotional support. Even the way he dresses has changed dramatically; the impeccable suits that define Professor X's style have been replaced by a gaudy paisley shirt paired with a brown leather jacket, or if he's feeling especially lazy, just an undershirt with jeans. Charles has also neglected his grooming, which makes him look like a confused hippie or a hobo instead of a well-adjusted, upper-class academic.

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* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'': The once effervescent and idealistic Xavier we saw in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'' has crumbled into a heap of melancholia and cynicism after 1963. His telepathy, which he had been at ease with since he was 12 years old, has suddenly become a heavy burden that he avoids using at all cost.costs. Charles' social drinking has deteriorated into alcoholism, and he gives up on other activities that he used to enjoy, such as teaching, scientific research and womanizing, in favour of a self-imposed exile from everything that exists beyond his mansion. Xavier has more or less reduced himself into a ManChild who is completely dependent on Hank, when in the other movies, various mutants rely on the paternal telepath for emotional support. Even the way he dresses has changed dramatically; the impeccable suits that define Professor X's style have been replaced by a gaudy paisley shirt paired with a brown leather jacket, or if he's feeling especially lazy, just an undershirt with jeans. Charles has also neglected his grooming, which makes him look like a confused hippie or a hobo instead of a well-adjusted, upper-class academic.
21st Jun '16 3:24:24 AM doorhandle
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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]

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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks [[KiAttacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]
21st Jun '16 3:24:04 AM doorhandle
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* ''Manga /JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]

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* ''Manga /JojosBizarreAdventure'': ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]
21st Jun '16 3:23:52 AM doorhandle
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** ''Manga /JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]

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** * ''Manga /JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]
21st Jun '16 3:18:05 AM doorhandle
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** ''Manga /JojosBizarreAdventure'': Kars In a physical, rather than a moral sense. At the start of part 2, he's a [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Pillar Man]] who's only weaknesses are sunlight and [[Kiattacks Harmon]]. [[spoiler: By the end, not only is he immune to sunlight, but he's immune to harmon and can use it himself, with far more power than any human wielder, thanks to becoming the UltimateLifeForm]]
3rd Jun '16 6:20:30 PM Racso
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* Peridot in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' starts as a cold, calculating force who couldn't care less about anything not in her job description as "technician for an evil empire". Her appearance on Earth was a genuine threat to the Crystal Gems. [[BreakTheHaughty Then she gets stranded on Earth and loses all her tools]], [[CharacterDevelopment forcing her to learn about the world and understand the people around her]]. By the time [[spoiler: she realizes her bosses can be ''wrong'', cutting off her last reason for following orders]], she's become an over-the-top, ConstantlyCurious LargeHam who, at the very least, cares for the Crystal Gems.
-->'''[[WordOfGod Rebecca Sugar]]:''' She’s excited by the infinite potential of everything, and fascinated by her own capacity to care, because those things had been a total blind spot for her.
23rd May '16 7:35:11 PM Zephyr7
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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', the Pro-Regulation team supported government supervision to prevent collateral damage, yet [[spoiler: War Machine]] was accidentally hit by their own fellow Pro-Reg teammate, due to said teammate being distracted by their emotions, the same reason Captain America wasn't able to properly defuse Crossbones in the beginning. Not to mention the Pro-Reg team causing a bit of collateral damage when trying to contain the Anti-Reg team in the airport.
20th May '16 5:57:59 PM Doug86
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* During the course of Creator/PinkFloyd's ''Music/TheWall'', Pink sinks further and further into isolation and goes mad, the fragmented parts eventually giving way to the ultimate embodiment of all his negative emotions, which take the form of a fascist dictator -- the same kind of evil that originally killed his father and established the very first brick in his emotional Wall.

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* During the course of Creator/PinkFloyd's Music/PinkFloyd's ''Music/TheWall'', Pink sinks further and further into isolation and goes mad, the fragmented parts eventually giving way to the ultimate embodiment of all his negative emotions, which take the form of a fascist dictator -- the same kind of evil that originally killed his father and established the very first brick in his emotional Wall.
17th May '16 2:07:07 PM WillBGood
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*** His granddaughter is forced into this; she tries to help the heroes save the world in the third act of the game, only to get backstabbed by her own mother and devoured by Diablo himself. What is left of her spirit after the ensuing insanity from being force-fed some of Diablo's pure evil, seeks revenge on everyone and tries to break the spine of the universe as to destroy everything.

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*** His granddaughter is forced into this; this in ''Videogame/DiabloIII''; she tries to help the heroes save the world in the third act of the game, only to get backstabbed by her own mother and devoured by Diablo himself. What is left of her spirit after the ensuing insanity from being force-fed some of Diablo's pure evil, seeks revenge on everyone and tries to break the spine of the universe as to destroy everything.



** In ''The Sims 2'', it happens to a Sim resurrected with the Resurection machine with a sum of between 4128 § and 8512 §. You know this [[SuperOCD controlled]], [[ShrinkingViolet shy]], [[TheCutie kind]], [[{{determinator}} energetic]] and [[TheComicallySerious serious]] TeenGenius? Meet the [[{{Narcissist}} confident]], ObviouslyEvil [[FunPersonified party animal]] [[LazyBum who demonstrates as much laziness as a human being and a sloth ''combined'' normally could show in their life]] HighSchoolHustler version of him.

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** In ''The Sims 2'', it happens to a Sim resurrected with the Resurection Resurrection machine with a sum of between 4128 § and 8512 §. You know this [[SuperOCD controlled]], [[ShrinkingViolet shy]], [[TheCutie kind]], [[{{determinator}} energetic]] and [[TheComicallySerious serious]] TeenGenius? Meet the [[{{Narcissist}} confident]], ObviouslyEvil [[FunPersonified party animal]] [[LazyBum who demonstrates as much laziness [[LazyBum laziness]] as a human being and a sloth ''combined'' normally could show in their life]] life HighSchoolHustler version of him.
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