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27th Mar '17 5:56:19 AM Morgenthaler
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** The Blood Red Queen of Hearts was body-hopping demoness who was identified as the Whore of Babylon.

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** The Blood Red Queen of Hearts was a body-hopping demoness who was identified as the Whore of Babylon.
16th Mar '17 8:31:31 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'': In one of the 90s Harris stories Vampirella fights the "Black Pope of the Vampire Church", who turns out to be Judas Iscariot.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'':
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In one of the 90s Harris stories Vampirella fights the "Black Pope of the Vampire Church", who turns out to be Judas Iscariot.Iscariot.
** The Blood Red Queen of Hearts was body-hopping demoness who was identified as the Whore of Babylon.
** Lilith, the first wife of Adam, also used to be a malevolent figure who gave birth to many demonic races and monsters. But she has since repented and turned into TheAtoner. [[spoiler:Or so she has lead others to believe and remained evil as ever.]]
6th Mar '17 8:57:15 AM alchixinren
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'''Note:''' {{Satan}}, GodIsEvil, and the HorsemenOfTheApocalypse have their own tropes.

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'''Note:''' {{Satan}}, GodIsEvil, [[NephariousPharaoh The Pharaoh of the Exodus]] and the HorsemenOfTheApocalypse have their own tropes.
6th Feb '17 2:57:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'': In one of the 90s Harris stories Vampirella fights the "Black Pope of the Vampire Church", who turns out to be Judas Iscariot.
22nd Nov '16 12:28:33 PM N1KF
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The bad guys from ''Literature/TheBible'' are well known and as such don't require introduction, and [[VillainByDefault everyone knows they are evil]]. The really handy thing is that many of them are regularly theorized to be [[BlessedWithSuck cursed]] with [[WhoWantsToLiveForever immortality]] as part of their punishment for being bad guys, providing a decent reason for them to show up in any time period.

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The bad guys from ''Literature/TheBible'' Literature/TheBible are well known and as such don't require introduction, and [[VillainByDefault everyone knows they are evil]]. The really handy thing is that many of them are regularly theorized to be [[BlessedWithSuck cursed]] with [[WhoWantsToLiveForever immortality]] as part of their punishment for being bad guys, providing a decent reason for them to show up in any time period.
25th Sep '16 7:47:46 PM Gamermaster
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* Subverted with [[spoiler: Karin]] from ''Manga/UQHolder'', who is implied to be a {{Gender Flip}}ped Judas Iscariot but is one of the heroes.
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16th Jun '16 10:57:17 PM jackuhlantern
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*''Film/HeNeverDied'' features Cain as [[spoiler:the main protagonist, still alive in the modern day]].
11th May '16 3:30:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'', it's revealed in the optional glyphs that Cain killed Abel [[spoiler:over a Piece of Eden and was the founder of the [[TheKnightsTemplar Templar Order]].]]

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* In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'', it's revealed in the optional glyphs that Cain killed Abel [[spoiler:over a Piece of Eden and was the founder of the [[TheKnightsTemplar [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar Templar Order]].]]
8th Apr '16 11:45:16 PM LordGro
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* Cain from ''ComicBook/TheStrangeTalentOfLutherStrode'' is ... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin explicitly the biblical Cain]].

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* Cain from ''ComicBook/TheStrangeTalentOfLutherStrode'' is ... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin is explicitly the biblical Cain]].Cain.
8th Apr '16 6:27:22 PM jormis29
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* Not a direct example, but The Knights of the Blackened Denarius in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' get their powers from 30 silver coins, each with a fallen angel inside. The coins are heavily implied to be ''the'' 30 coins that Judas was paid to betray Jesus. Nicodemus, leader of the Knights, also wears the noose Judas hung himself with as a necktie; it offers him protection from anything. [[spoiler:Except, as Harry finds out when he tugs on the end of it, itself.]]

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* Not a direct example, but The Knights of the Blackened Denarius in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' get their powers from 30 silver coins, each with a fallen angel inside. The coins are heavily implied to be ''the'' 30 coins ThirtyPiecesOfSilver that Judas was paid to betray Jesus. Nicodemus, leader of the Knights, also wears the noose Judas hung himself with as a necktie; it offers him protection from anything. [[spoiler:Except, as Harry finds out when he tugs on the end of it, itself.]]
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