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22nd Dec '17 8:26:51 PM SinDustries
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* Cain shows up in Season Three of Series/Lucifer2016 as [[spoiler:Lt. Marcus Pierce]]. Whether or not he proves to be a villain or have had a HeelFaceTurn over his long life remains to be seen.
21st Dec '17 5:13:29 PM SinDustries
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** Cain is also alluded to in''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines''. [[spoiler:Apparently, he spends his eternal afterlife working as a cab driver in Downtown LA.]] Playing as a [[MadOracle Malkavian]], you realize this when [[spoiler:you eventually meet him]]. You would GoMadFromTheRevelation, but, y'know, you already ''are''.

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** * Cain is also alluded to in''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines''. [[spoiler:Apparently, he spends his eternal afterlife working as a cab driver in Downtown LA.]] Playing as a [[MadOracle Malkavian]], you realize this when [[spoiler:you eventually meet him]]. You would GoMadFromTheRevelation, but, y'know, you already ''are''.
21st Dec '17 5:12:25 PM SinDustries
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** Cain is also alluded to in the VideoGame ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines''. [[spoiler:Apparently, he spends his eternal afterlife working as a cab driver in Downtown LA.]] Playing as a [[MadOracle Malkavian]], you realize this when [[spoiler:you eventually meet him]]. You would GoMadFromTheRevelation, but, y'know, you already ''are''.


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** Cain is also alluded to in''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines''. [[spoiler:Apparently, he spends his eternal afterlife working as a cab driver in Downtown LA.]] Playing as a [[MadOracle Malkavian]], you realize this when [[spoiler:you eventually meet him]]. You would GoMadFromTheRevelation, but, y'know, you already ''are''.
19th Nov '17 4:30:22 PM DVB
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* Over at DC Comics, [[spoiler:it has been revealed that ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger is Judas Iscariot.]] In this case he's actually repented since then, and has spent the past two thousand years helping people from the shadows as penance.

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* Over at As of the New 52 of DC Comics, [[spoiler:it has been revealed that ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger is Judas Iscariot.]] In this case he's actually repented since then, and has spent the past two thousand years helping people from the shadows as penance. It's not known if this is continued in Rebirth.
12th Nov '17 10:24:40 PM SantosLHalper
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* {{Defied}} by Demian of the eponymous novel by {{Creator/Herman Hesse}}, who insists that Cain was a special figure whose Mark was ultimately talent or intelligence that set him apart from than the people around him, who ultimately slandered and exiled him out of resentment.

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* {{Defied}} by Demian of the eponymous novel by {{Creator/Herman Hesse}}, Demian of {{Creator/Hermann Hesse}}'s novel, who insists that Cain was a special figure whose Mark was ultimately really talent or intelligence that set him apart from than the people around him, who ultimately slandered and exiled him out of resentment.
12th Nov '17 10:23:18 PM SantosLHalper
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* {{Defied}} by Demian of the eponymous novel by {{Creator/Herman Hesse}}, who insists that Cain was a special figure who had more talent, strength or intelligence than the people around him and was ultimately slandered and driven out by said people out of jealousy.

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* {{Defied}} by Demian of the eponymous novel by {{Creator/Herman Hesse}}, who insists that Cain was a special figure who had more talent, strength whose Mark was ultimately talent or intelligence that set him apart from than the people around him and was him, who ultimately slandered and driven out by said people exiled him out of jealousy.resentment.
12th Nov '17 10:21:09 PM SantosLHalper
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* {{Defied}} by Demian of the eponymous novel by {{Creator/Herman Hesse}}, who insists that Cain was a special figure who had more talent, strength or intelligence than the people around him and was ultimately slandered and driven out by said people out of jealousy.
8th Nov '17 5:35:16 AM Morgenthaler
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'''Note 2:''' Simply [[MeaningfulName sharing a name with any of these is symbolic]], but not enough for a character to qualify. They have to actually ''be'' the same person as the one in ''The Bible'' to be this trope. If the name is the only connection, see [[NamesToRunAwayFrom/BiblicalNames Names To Run Away From: Biblical Names]]. See also the NameOfCain and TheDescendantsOfCain.

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'''Note 2:''' Simply [[MeaningfulName sharing a name with any of these is symbolic]], but not enough for a character to qualify. They have to actually ''be'' the same person as the one in ''The Bible'' the Bible to be this trope. If the name is the only connection, see [[NamesToRunAwayFrom/BiblicalNames Names To Run Away From: Biblical Names]]. See also the NameOfCain and TheDescendantsOfCain.
23rd Aug '17 6:19:24 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Cain killed Abel to prevent his brother from being corrupted by Lucifer and then became one of the first demons. He was the first [[EliteMooks Knight of Hell]] and trained all the others, including BigBadEnsemble member Abaddon. He then [[LoveRedeems fell in love]] with a human woman and had a HeelFaceTurn. After she was killed by Abaddon, he slaughtered most of the other Knights and went into hiding. Dean and Crowley accidentally track him down when they search for a weapon that can kill Abaddon.
** Biblical bad guys make up about 90% of the villains on Supernatural, with Lucifer being the bad guy for two seasons and various demons and [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]] making up the rest. Archangel Michael, while technically a WellIntentionedExtremist, was actually just as bad as Lucifer. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were also major villains, with the character of Death recurring every other season or so. Death wasn't a bad guy, but the other three definitely were.

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Cain killed Abel to prevent his brother from being corrupted by Lucifer and then became one of the first demons. He was the first [[EliteMooks Knight of Hell]] and trained all the others, including BigBadEnsemble member Abaddon. He then [[LoveRedeems fell in love]] with a human woman and had a HeelFaceTurn. After she was killed by Abaddon, he slaughtered most of the other Knights and went into hiding. Dean and Crowley accidentally track him down when they search for a weapon that can kill Abaddon.
** Biblical bad guys make up about 90% of the villains on Supernatural, with Lucifer being the bad guy for two seasons and various demons and [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]] making up the rest. Archangel Michael, while technically a WellIntentionedExtremist, was actually just as bad as Lucifer. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were also major villains, with the character of Death recurring every other season or so. Death wasn't a bad guy, but the other three definitely were. Even the Whore of Babylon makes an appearance as a MonsterOfTheWeek.
19th May '17 6:01:25 PM BWHComics
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* Both the title of ''Webcomic/TheLettersOfTheDevil'' and some passing comparisons to Lucifer imply that the mysterious "L" is the Devil. Whether this is literal or figurative is not yet clear.
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