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23rd Sep '16 8:44:37 AM thatmadork
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*** Although Korra is a more complicated example. The complex politics of her era (as opposed to the straightforward clashing of monolithic states in Aang's time) combined with her short temper often leave her being manipulated by {{Magnificent Bastard}}s and {{Well Intentioned Extremist}}s, which compromises her position.
21st Sep '16 6:21:33 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/MikeQuakenbush is generally accepted to be TheLeader of Wrestling/{{Chikara}}'s {{tecnico}}s. Even Wrestling/ManamiToyota uses his special submission.

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* Wrestling/MikeQuakenbush Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush is generally accepted to be TheLeader of Wrestling/{{Chikara}}'s {{tecnico}}s. Even Wrestling/ManamiToyota uses his special submission.
21st Sep '16 6:20:46 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Carlos Colón from the very beginning of CSP/WWC, being the first Puerto Rican wrestler to breakout as a star on the island itself. His role was temporarily usurped by his son, {{Carl|itoColon}}y, during the late 90s/early 2000s but after Carly left for Ohio Valley Wrestling [[AcquiredSituationalNarcissism and disowned his family]] Carlos gradually retook the role, as his other son, Eddie wasn't nearly the commanding presence, despite being a fine wrestler, and his daughter, Stacy, retired early.
* Jack Veneno on ''International Wrestling'' and in the Dominican Wrestling Federation, to the point Dominican Republic "The great Poison {{tecnico}}sdel fighters" were the collective name for good guys in Dominican Republic wrestling...though technically the use of "poison" instead of veneno comes from his father, Maicoque Poison.
* Giant Baba typically served as such in Wrestling/AllJapanProWrestling, both as a wrestler and after as a promoter. In Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} his role is mirrored by former BI Cannon partner [[Wrestling/AntonioInoki Inoki]], who has done many good things such as leading both North and South Korean officials in the honoring of Wrestling/{{Rikidozan}} and convincing Saddam Hussein to release Japanese prisoners, though his many BadBoss tendencies and failed experiments lead him to lose his company.



* Giant Baba typically served as such in Wrestling/AllJapanProWrestling, both as a wrestler and after as a promoter. In Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} his role is mirrored by former BI Cannon partner [[Wrestling/AntonioInoki Inoki]], who has done many good things such as leading both North and South Korean officials in the honoring of Wrestling/{{Rikidozan}} and convincing Saddam Hussein to release Japanese prisoners, though his many BadBoss tendencies and failed experiments lead him to lose his company.
21st Sep '16 5:35:59 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** Lord [=HolyAngemon=] and Lord Whamon, the rulers of he Digimon World and Net Ocean, respectively, in ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01''. Although the latter is nearing his end by the time the protagonists, Taichi and Zero, enter the story they still work for the former.

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** Lord [=HolyAngemon=] and Lord Whamon, the rulers of he the Digimon World and Net Ocean, respectively, in ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01''. Although the latter is nearing his end by the time the protagonists, Taichi and Zero, enter the story story, they still work for the former.


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* Los Tres Fantásticos [[PassingTheTorch ended up being the stars created]] by UWA's Los Misioneros de la Muerte saga, but the we all Wrestling/ElSanto was ultimately the most important man involved, and not just because he was the initial target of Los Misioneros.
* Giant Baba typically served as such in Wrestling/AllJapanProWrestling, both as a wrestler and after as a promoter. In Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} his role is mirrored by former BI Cannon partner [[Wrestling/AntonioInoki Inoki]], who has done many good things such as leading both North and South Korean officials in the honoring of Wrestling/{{Rikidozan}} and convincing Saddam Hussein to release Japanese prisoners, though his many BadBoss tendencies and failed experiments lead him to lose his company.
* Jackie Stallone in direct opposition to Aunt Kitty in Wrestling/{{GLOW}}, where almost every wrestler worked for one or the other, their feud becoming more pronounced in each subsequent season.
* Wrestling/{{Sting}} was the default leader of the Wrestling/{{WCW}} locker room 1990 through 96. Even after the Wrestling/{{n|ewWorldorder}}Wo takeover, Sting in the rafters was whom everyone looked to for what to do next and he was the most successful wrestler against the faction. He was also this in Wrestling/{{TNA}} after forming The Main Event Mafia, yes, the stable intentionally designed to keep young talent down, of which he was the initial leader and still came off as the TokenGoodTeammate...who was, [[GoodIsDumb naturally]], [[TheStarscream inevitably]], betrayed by the more appropriately evil Wrestling/KurtAngle.
* Wrestling/JinseiShinzaki, aka Hakushi, the unofficial leader of Wrestling/MichinokuProWrestling in Wrestling/TheGreatSasuke's absence and [[ReligiousBruiser literal]] spiritual leader of the promotion.
* Wrestling/MikeQuakenbush is generally accepted to be TheLeader of Wrestling/{{Chikara}}'s {{tecnico}}s. Even Wrestling/ManamiToyota uses his special submission.
* A most unlikely candidate was Wrestling/NaoyaOgawa, a judoka disliked for his seeming lack of respect for pro wrestling, who lead the charge in defense of pro wrestling in Wrestling/FightingOperaHUSTLE when [[Wrestling/NobuhikoTakada Generalissimo Takada]] began his campaign to destroy the pro wrestling industry with his Monster Army. More traditional faces like Creator/HardGay might have been TheHero, from time to time, but only Wrestling/MagnumTOKYO ever came close to usurping Ogawa's overall role.
* John Zandig was a [[NominalHero twisted example]] in the Wrestling/RingOfHonor\Wrestling/CombatZoneWrestling feud, as he ultimately bared responsibility with Rob Feinstein, in a relationship that could equally be interpreted as Big Bad vs Big Good ''or'' BigBadEnsemble and was treated as "good" when he took active command during what [[TheHeavy until then]] had been a passive standoff made active by Wrestling/ChrisHero. The closest thing to a straight example would have been Jimmy Bowers on the ROH, who was still more of a jerkass than he needed to be to the CZW wrestlers, but to an understandable degree when they were threatening his contracted workers and trying to destroy his company.
* Wrestling/KurtAngle, [[HeelFaceTurn ironically]], became this in TNA after Dixie Carter turned on the locker room in favor of [[ItsAllAboutMe putting herself in the spotlight]] and [[{{Nepotism}} pushing her nephew]], then Wrestling/{{M|ontelVontaviousPorter}}VP, who replaced her, became DrunkWithPower after realizing his job as director of wrestling operations wasn't as secure as he thought. Yes, Angle, having fulfilled all of his pro wrestling desires by this time, became the ReasonableAuthorityFigure and when he did gain new aspirations he willingly stepped down to avoid becoming a BadBoss.[[/folder]]
7th Sep '16 8:58:14 PM H2SO4
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** Raava, spirit of light and the source of all good in the world, serves as a sort of Bigger Good. It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:the first Avatar was created when she merged with a human]].

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** Raava, spirit of light and the source of all good in the world, serves as a sort of Bigger Good. It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:the first Avatar was created when she merged with a human]].human, making her as part of a Big Good Duumvirate with every host]].
25th Aug '16 5:44:15 PM TheFallofElDorado
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* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' has [[MagicalNativeAmerican Firewater]] and [[Creator/StephenHawking Gum]].
22nd Aug '16 3:18:10 AM TheNerevarine
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* Ekimus in ''ComicBook/{{Crimson}}'' serves as the main protagonist's mentor, preparing him in his role as TheChosenOne to stop the apocalypse and he is directly opposite to [[BigBad Lisseth]], [[MonsterProgenitor the Mother of All Vampires]]. He is not the biggest or most powerful figure in the setting, but he is the most proactive one in the story, and the Forces of Light (particularly [[LightIsNotGood the angels]]) tend to veer into KnightTemplar territory.
16th Aug '16 12:22:25 PM contrafanxxx
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* Richard Maxwell from ''[[VideoGame/{{Raiden}} Raiden V]]''.
13th Aug '16 8:30:31 PM nombretomado
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* Cosmos from ''DissidiaFinalFantasy''. Chaos summons villains, she summons heroes, and neither of them gets personally involved in the fighting unless they have no other choice.

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* Cosmos from ''DissidiaFinalFantasy''.''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy''. Chaos summons villains, she summons heroes, and neither of them gets personally involved in the fighting unless they have no other choice.
13th Aug '16 6:44:27 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** The Netkings count as well, with the exception of [[spoiler: Rubirules, who is the BiggerBad of the series, and Zetto and Kizuna, who are more of AntiHero UnwittingPawns in Rubirules's master plan.]]

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** The Netkings count as well, with the exception of [[spoiler: Rubirules, who is the BiggerBad of the series, and Zetto and Kizuna, who are more of AntiHero UnwittingPawns in Rubirules's master plan.]]
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