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* Allysin Kay wants people to think of her as a [[ProperLady classy lady]]. To this end she will compliment her opponents, give them plenty of room to enter and prepare, allow them to recover, as long as she is in control of things. Should a match ever become competitive Kay will get get rough in a hurry, and has even baited a few people into traps that could have well been fatal.
29th Apr '16 10:24:22 AM spectertv
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** Heloïse Villefort seems perfectly normal in her first few appearances, with a warm motherly appearance and pleasant smile. She is the stepmother of Valentine and is the second wife of the crown prosecutor Villefort. She is the biological mother of her young son Edward, from her first marriage. Valentine is to inherit all of the fortune, leaving her stepmother jealous because Edward doesn�t get a single penny. So when the Count seduces her and innocently introduces her to toxicology and gives her a deadly ring which releases poison, Heloïse becomes murderous and tries to poison Valentine and her husband, as well as inadvertently almost poisoning Albert and one of the servants of the Villefort household. And she does all this while maintaining her angelic motherly facade up till near the end of the series when her husband finds out what she's been doing and points out that she's nothing more than a murderous woman who's completely lost it before he sends her to an insane asylum.

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** Heloïse Villefort seems perfectly normal in her first few appearances, with a warm motherly appearance and pleasant smile. She is the stepmother of Valentine and is the second wife of the crown prosecutor Villefort. She is the biological mother of her young son Edward, from her first marriage. Valentine is to inherit all of the fortune, leaving her stepmother jealous because Edward doesn�t doesn't get a single penny. So when the Count seduces her and innocently introduces her to toxicology and gives her a deadly ring which releases poison, Heloïse becomes murderous and tries to poison Valentine and her husband, as well as inadvertently almost poisoning Albert and one of the servants of the Villefort household. And she does all this while maintaining her angelic motherly facade up till near the end of the series when her husband finds out what she's been doing and points out that she's nothing more than a murderous woman who's completely lost it before he sends her to an insane asylum.
26th Apr '16 12:17:13 PM DVB
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* At his very worst, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} of the ComicBook/XMen (or at least a DarkerAndEdgier AntiHero in TheCape's clothing), in contrast to JerkWithAHeartOfGold ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Ignoring the complicated mess that is his love life, Cyclops tries to project the image of a wise and noble leader for mutants to admire while keeping dirty secrets from his teammates, such as the existence of ComicBook/XForce, his personal mutant kill-squad. This is after he kicked Professor Xavier out of his own home because he kept secrets from Cyclops. To be absolutely fair to Scott, he really thinks all of this is necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind after the various disasters of the past few years -- and he might be right. Still, at one point, Wolverine, X-Force's field leader, reminds Cyclops that his hands are just as dirty as any member of X-Force's, since Cyclops organized X-Force in the first place and gave them their orders.\\
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Keep in mind, for most of his decades-long existence, Cyclops has always been TheHero and a straitlaced example of a boy scout and a Cape, essentially the mutant version of Superman and Captain America. Even then, many people disliked him, simply because he was an authority figure contrasted with fan-favorite Wolverine, and also because Cyclops' relationship with Jean Grey stood in the way of their preferred ship. Back then, he was called a "jerk". With the new millenium, creators took a hotly debated decision to turn him towards a darker path, being the person burdened first with the continued mission of the X-Men, then with the survival of the mutant race after they were nearly wiped out. While this led him to make difficult choices, fans debate that while Scott's actions are sometimes questionable, Wolverine can be seen as hypocritical when he takes an attitude of anti-violence, repulsion to killing, and reluctance to getting mutant teens involved, since Wolverine is notorious for his blood lust, penchant for violence and for always having a kid-sidekick, such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Armor and X-23.

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* At his very worst, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} of the ComicBook/XMen (or at least a DarkerAndEdgier AntiHero in TheCape's clothing), in contrast to JerkWithAHeartOfGold ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Ignoring the complicated mess that is his love life, Cyclops tries to project the image of a wise and noble leader for mutants to admire while keeping dirty secrets from his teammates, such as the existence of ComicBook/XForce, his personal mutant kill-squad. This is after he kicked Professor Xavier out of his own home because he kept secrets from Cyclops. To be absolutely fair to Scott, he really thinks all of this is necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind after the various disasters of the past few years -- and he might be right. Still, at one point, Wolverine, X-Force's field leader, reminds Cyclops that his hands are just as dirty as any member of X-Force's, since Cyclops organized X-Force in the first place and gave them their orders.\\
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Keep in mind, for most of his decades-long existence, Cyclops has always been TheHero and a straitlaced example of a boy scout and a Cape, essentially the mutant version of Superman and Captain America. Even then, many people disliked him, simply because he was an authority figure contrasted with fan-favorite Wolverine, and also because Cyclops' relationship with Jean Grey stood in the way of their preferred ship. Back then, he was called a "jerk". With the new millenium, creators took a hotly debated decision to turn him towards a darker path, being the person burdened first with the continued mission of the X-Men, then with the survival of the mutant race after they were nearly wiped out. While this led him to make difficult choices, fans debate that while Scott's actions are sometimes questionable, Wolverine can be seen as hypocritical when he takes an attitude of anti-violence, repulsion to killing, and reluctance to getting mutant teens involved, since Wolverine is notorious for his blood lust, penchant for violence and for always having a kid-sidekick, such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Armor and X-23.
21st Apr '16 8:33:12 PM merotoker
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** However, through CharacterDevelopment, she arguably becomes ALighterShadeOfGray, GoodIsNotNice case of a sympathetic FemmeFatale, who beats up the other Bitches in Sheep's Clothing when they try to kill Tsukushi. Just goes to show that despite all the terrible acts of evil and violence committed against Tsukushi and her friends, almost all villains end up with a HeelFaceTurn, and this series firmly belongs on the lighter side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism. This would make Tsukushi a rare KnightInSourArmor that [[EarnYourHappyEnding SUCCEEDS in her goals]].

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** However, through CharacterDevelopment, she arguably becomes ALighterShadeOfGray, ALighterShadeOfGrey, GoodIsNotNice case of a sympathetic FemmeFatale, who beats up the other Bitches in Sheep's Clothing when they try to kill Tsukushi. Just goes to show that despite all the terrible acts of evil and violence committed against Tsukushi and her friends, almost all villains end up with a HeelFaceTurn, and this series firmly belongs on the lighter side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism. This would make Tsukushi a rare KnightInSourArmor that [[EarnYourHappyEnding SUCCEEDS in her goals]].



* Tomomi in ''Anime/LadiesVersusButlers'' definitely qualifies. While the end result is for the best, she usually grins in an evil way just to make her UnluckyChildhoodFriend Akiharu and UnknownRival Sernia squirm for her satisfaction.

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* Tomomi in ''Anime/LadiesVersusButlers'' definitely qualifies. While the end result is for the best, she usually grins in an evil way just to make her UnluckyChildhoodFriend [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Unlucky Childhood Friend]] Akiharu and UnknownRival Sernia squirm for her satisfaction.



* [[Manga/{{Monster}} Johan Liebert]] is one of the most pleasant and polite people imaginable. He's incredibly classy, cultured, intelligent, and a very good listener. He's also practically the embodiment of pure evil. All of his "nice actions" just make it easier for him to get into your head, MindRape you, and either kill you, get you to kill others for him, or [[DrivenToSuicide make you kill yourself.]]

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* [[Manga/{{Monster}} ''Manga/{{Monster}}'': Johan Liebert]] Liebert is one of the most pleasant and polite people imaginable. He's incredibly classy, cultured, intelligent, and a very good listener. He's also practically the embodiment of pure evil. All of his "nice actions" just make it easier for him to get into your head, MindRape you, and either kill you, get you to kill others for him, or [[DrivenToSuicide make you kill yourself.]]



* [[spoiler:Kendappa-ou]] in ''Manga/RGVeda''. She's presented as a nice, jovial, [[TheFakeCutie kinda childish]] girl but with her healthy [[{{Tsundere}} amount of temper]]. As chapters go by, we learn there's more BeneathTheMask to the point she downright says to [[TheWisePrince Tenou]] hes a very nice guy, "the exact opposite of myself". [[spoiler:She then reveals she's the last shintennou and a huge SocialDarwinist who serves the man who killed her father just because he's the strongest. Her onby redeemable quality is her real love for Souma, to the point of killing her herself and then die.]]

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* [[spoiler:Kendappa-ou]] in ''Manga/RGVeda''. She's presented as a nice, jovial, [[TheFakeCutie kinda childish]] girl but with her healthy [[{{Tsundere}} amount of temper]]. As chapters go by, we learn there's more BeneathTheMask to the point she downright says to [[TheWisePrince Tenou]] hes a very nice guy, "the exact opposite of myself". [[spoiler:She then reveals she's the last shintennou and a huge SocialDarwinist [[TheSocialDarwinist Social Darwinist]] who serves the man who killed her father just because he's the strongest. Her onby redeemable quality is her real love for Souma, to the point of killing her herself and then die.]]



* At his very worst, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} of the ComicBook/XMen (or at least a DarkerAndEdgier AntiHero in TheCape's clothing), in contrast to JerkWithAHeartOfGold {{Wolverine}}. Ignoring the complicated mess that is his love life, Cyclops tries to project the image of a wise and noble leader for mutants to admire while keeping dirty secrets from his teammates, such as the existence of ComicBook/XForce, his personal mutant kill-squad. This is after he kicked Professor Xavier out of his own home because he kept secrets from Cyclops. To be absolutely fair to Scott, he really thinks all of this is necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind after the various disasters of the past few years -- and he might be right. Still, at one point, Wolverine, X-Force's field leader, reminds Cyclops that his hands are just as dirty as any member of X-Force's, since Cyclops organized X-Force in the first place and gave them their orders.
** Keep in mind, for most of his decades-long existence, Cyclops has always been TheHero and a straitlaced example of a boy scout and a Cape, essentially the mutant version of Superman and Captain America. Even then, many people disliked him, simply because he was an authority figure contrasted with fan-favorite Wolverine, and also because Cyclops' relationship with Jean Grey stood in the way of their preferred ship. Back then, he was called a "jerk". With the new millenium, creators took a hotly debated decision to turn him towards a darker path, being the person burdened first with the continued mission of the X-Men, then with the survival of the mutant race after they were nearly wiped out. While this led him to make difficult choices, fans debate that while Scott's actions are sometimes questionable, Wolverine can be seen as hypocritical when he takes an attitude of anti-violence, repulsion to killing, and reluctance to getting mutant teens involved, since Wolverine is notorious for his blood lust, penchant for violence and for always having a kid-sidekick, such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Armor and X-23.

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* At his very worst, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} of the ComicBook/XMen (or at least a DarkerAndEdgier AntiHero in TheCape's clothing), in contrast to JerkWithAHeartOfGold {{Wolverine}}.ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Ignoring the complicated mess that is his love life, Cyclops tries to project the image of a wise and noble leader for mutants to admire while keeping dirty secrets from his teammates, such as the existence of ComicBook/XForce, his personal mutant kill-squad. This is after he kicked Professor Xavier out of his own home because he kept secrets from Cyclops. To be absolutely fair to Scott, he really thinks all of this is necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind after the various disasters of the past few years -- and he might be right. Still, at one point, Wolverine, X-Force's field leader, reminds Cyclops that his hands are just as dirty as any member of X-Force's, since Cyclops organized X-Force in the first place and gave them their orders.
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Keep in mind, for most of his decades-long existence, Cyclops has always been TheHero and a straitlaced example of a boy scout and a Cape, essentially the mutant version of Superman and Captain America. Even then, many people disliked him, simply because he was an authority figure contrasted with fan-favorite Wolverine, and also because Cyclops' relationship with Jean Grey stood in the way of their preferred ship. Back then, he was called a "jerk". With the new millenium, creators took a hotly debated decision to turn him towards a darker path, being the person burdened first with the continued mission of the X-Men, then with the survival of the mutant race after they were nearly wiped out. While this led him to make difficult choices, fans debate that while Scott's actions are sometimes questionable, Wolverine can be seen as hypocritical when he takes an attitude of anti-violence, repulsion to killing, and reluctance to getting mutant teens involved, since Wolverine is notorious for his blood lust, penchant for violence and for always having a kid-sidekick, such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Armor and X-23.



* Lola the Main/GoldDigger lion fish from ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale''. She dismisses Oscar calling him "cute but a nobody." When Oscar becomes famous, Lola starts dating him much to Angie's jealousy and dismay. After Oscar finishes a sharkslayer stunt, Lola swims up to the cameras and [[ForcefulKiss forcefully kisses]] him, causing Angie to leave in jealousy anger and sadness. Once Angie confesses Oscar her feelings for him, Oscar rethinks his feelings and dumps Lola--which unfortunately, [[spoiler: leads to her great anger as she mercilessly slams him against the windows. Lola then crosses the MoralEventHorizon by arranging Don Lino to kidnap Angie in demand of Oscar's obedience even gleefully Angie's life to do so]].

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* Lola the Main/GoldDigger GoldDigger lion fish from ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale''. She dismisses Oscar calling him "cute but a nobody." When Oscar becomes famous, Lola starts dating him much to Angie's jealousy and dismay. After Oscar finishes a sharkslayer stunt, Lola swims up to the cameras and [[ForcefulKiss forcefully kisses]] him, causing Angie to leave in jealousy anger and sadness. Once Angie confesses Oscar her feelings for him, Oscar rethinks his feelings and dumps Lola--which unfortunately, [[spoiler: leads to her great anger as she mercilessly slams him against the windows. Lola then crosses the MoralEventHorizon by arranging Don Lino to kidnap Angie in demand of Oscar's obedience even gleefully Angie's life to do so]].



* In the live action adaptation of ''Film/TheCatInTheHat'', [[BigBad Lawrence "Larry" Quinn]] sets himself up as an ideal boyfriend and a top-notch real estate agent, while in reality, he's nothing but an unemployed FatSlob who only wants to marry the kids' mother for the money and constantly plots to get Conrad shipped off to military school. At the beginning of the film, only Conrad can see him for what he really is.

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* In the live action adaptation of ''Film/TheCatInTheHat'', [[BigBad Lawrence "Larry" Quinn]] sets himself up as an ideal boyfriend and a top-notch real estate agent, while in reality, he's nothing but an unemployed FatSlob who only wants to marry the kids' mother for the money and constantly plots to get Conrad shipped off to military school. At the beginning of the film, only Conrad can see him for what he really is.



** The song is featured in the rhythm game VideoGame/RockBand, where the same line is changed to "A wolf in sheep's clothing, mucking up all I do".

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** The song is featured in the rhythm game VideoGame/RockBand, ''VideoGame/RockBand'', where the same line is changed to "A wolf in sheep's clothing, mucking up all I do".



* DanielAmos's "Cloak & Dagger" (from ''Music/{{Alarma}}'') is about the character type in general, not about any specific examples:

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* DanielAmos's Music/DanielAmos's "Cloak & Dagger" (from ''Music/{{Alarma}}'') is about the character type in general, not about any specific examples:



* TaylorSwift's "Blank Space" describes a woman who turns out to be this, and explicitly refers to herself as one before the second chorus:
--> ''"Darling, I'm a nightmare dressed like a daydream."''



* Music/TaylorSwift's "Blank Space" describes a woman who turns out to be this, and explicitly refers to herself as one before the second chorus:
--> ''"Darling, I'm a nightmare dressed like a daydream."''



* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick combined this with a SarahPalin impression to try and [[TheStarscream overthrow]] the Critic during WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}. To a less homicidal extent, how she is normally. [[ComedicSociopathy There's]] [[ManipulativeBastard something]] [[BrokenBird darker]] underneath that [[GirlishPigtails cute]], [[BowtiesAreCool girly]] [[HairDecorations exterior]].

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick combined this with a SarahPalin UsefulNotes/SarahPalin impression to try and [[TheStarscream overthrow]] the Critic during WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}. To a less homicidal extent, how she is normally. [[ComedicSociopathy There's]] [[ManipulativeBastard something]] [[BrokenBird darker]] underneath that [[GirlishPigtails cute]], [[BowtiesAreCool girly]] [[HairDecorations exterior]].



** [[TheDitz Sonata]] [[EnthrallingSiren Dusk]], from WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks, is this- she seems like the nicest of the [[TerribleTrio Dazzlings]], but is in fact just as evil as the other two.

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** [[TheDitz Sonata]] [[EnthrallingSiren Dusk]], from WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks, ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks'', is this- she seems like the nicest of the [[TerribleTrio Dazzlings]], but is in fact just as evil as the other two.



** [[CuteAndPsycho Sour]] [[MoodSwinger Sweet]] from WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames, is also this, though in her case, [[TheBully the clothes don't fit very well]]- her attempts to seem nice feel [[{{Kawaiiko}} saccharine and transparently false]], and almost always immediately follows up the false sweetness with sour, openly malicious, non-subtle sarcasm. While near the end, she shows that she is perfectly capable of being genuinely nice, but even that is followed by abrasive bitterness. She seems to be [[AmbiguousDisorder bipolar]]

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** [[CuteAndPsycho Sour]] [[MoodSwinger Sweet]] from WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames, ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'', is also this, though in her case, [[TheBully the clothes don't fit very well]]- her attempts to seem nice feel [[{{Kawaiiko}} saccharine and transparently false]], and almost always immediately follows up the false sweetness with sour, openly malicious, non-subtle sarcasm. While near the end, she shows that she is perfectly capable of being genuinely nice, but even that is followed by abrasive bitterness. She seems to be [[AmbiguousDisorder bipolar]]
21st Apr '16 6:55:00 AM Clessus
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* King Radovid from the ''[[Franchise/TheWitcher Witcher]]'' series. In the [[VideoGame/TheWitcher first game]], he presents himself as a friendly ReasonableAuthorityFigure, though his connections to the Church of the Eternal Fire and its subsidiaries in the Order of the Burning Rose and Salamandra imply he's been making power plays on Temeria. In the [[VideoGame/TheWitcher2AssassinsOfKings second]], he's a ruthless bastard who tortures people and takes every opportunity to expand his domain, but his actions are still [[PragmaticVillainy mostly rational]]. By the time the third game comes around he has shown his true colours as a murderous, gibbering lunatic who makes the invading [[EvimEmpire Nilfgaardians]] look downright ''benign'' by comparison.

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* King Radovid from the ''[[Franchise/TheWitcher Witcher]]'' series. In the [[VideoGame/TheWitcher first game]], he presents himself as a friendly ReasonableAuthorityFigure, though his connections to the Church of the Eternal Fire and its subsidiaries in the Order of the Burning Rose and Salamandra imply he's been making power plays on Temeria. In the [[VideoGame/TheWitcher2AssassinsOfKings second]], he's a ruthless bastard who tortures people and takes every opportunity to expand his domain, but his actions are still [[PragmaticVillainy mostly rational]]. By the time the third game comes around he has shown his true colours as a murderous, gibbering lunatic who makes the invading [[EvimEmpire [[EvilEmpire Nilfgaardians]] look downright ''benign'' by comparison.
21st Apr '16 6:54:32 AM Clessus
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* King Radovid from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'' series. In the first game, he presents himself as a friendly ReasonableAuthorityFigure, though his connections to the Church of the Eternal Fire and its subsidiaries in the Order of the Burning Rose and Salamandra imply he's been making power plays on Temeria. By the time the third game comes around he has shown his true colours as a bigoted, tyranical, gibbering lunatic who makes the invading [[TheEmpire Nilfgaardians]] look downright ''benign'' by comparison.

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* King Radovid from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'' the ''[[Franchise/TheWitcher Witcher]]'' series. In the [[VideoGame/TheWitcher first game, game]], he presents himself as a friendly ReasonableAuthorityFigure, though his connections to the Church of the Eternal Fire and its subsidiaries in the Order of the Burning Rose and Salamandra imply he's been making power plays on Temeria. In the [[VideoGame/TheWitcher2AssassinsOfKings second]], he's a ruthless bastard who tortures people and takes every opportunity to expand his domain, but his actions are still [[PragmaticVillainy mostly rational]]. By the time the third game comes around he has shown his true colours as a bigoted, tyranical, murderous, gibbering lunatic who makes the invading [[TheEmpire [[EvimEmpire Nilfgaardians]] look downright ''benign'' by comparison.
21st Apr '16 6:46:14 AM Clessus
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* King Radovid from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'' series. In the first game, he presents himself as a friendly ReasonableAuthorityFigure, though his connections to the Church of the Eternal Fire and its subsidiaries in the Order of the Burning Rose and Salamandra imply he's been making power plays on Temeria. By the time the third game comes around he has shown his true colours as a bigoted, tyranical, gibbering lunatic who makes the invading [[TheEmpire Nilfgaardians]] look downright ''benign'' by comparison.
20th Apr '16 8:44:38 AM Kakai
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* ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords''': Falk spins himself as a nice, if somewhat misguided former rebel with a touching story of a HeelFaceTurn and zeal to prove himself before the Emperor, while in fact he's manipulating events to get the Emperor to do what he wishes, and fantasizes about forcing himself on Melodía when her almost-fiance is away.
12th Apr '16 5:31:48 PM Ramona122003
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' gives us [[spoiler: Frost. When he is introduce, he is seen as a GoodCounterpart to Frieza who wants to have a clean match with Goku during the tournament and win or lose, nothing should be taking personally. During the match, everyone learns that Frost and his empire fights to stop wars, help the children of war-torn planets, and Frost is fighting in the tournament to gain Champa's support for his charity work. Frost's story is so moving that Goku's friends and family starts to cheer for him, and Champa feels bad since there is no way Frost can win the entire tournament and gain his support. After Goku goes Super Saiyan and beats Frost up, Goku suddenly becomes fatigue, allowing Frost to kick him out of the ring. After Frost wins his fight with Piccolo, it's revealed by Jaco that Frost has been cheating by poisoning his opponents with a needle hidden in his arm. Once that is revealed, everyone learns that Frost's backstory is false. He plays the hero and 'saves' planets from wars that he himself causes. He then buys the war-torn planet cheap, repairs them, and then sells them at a high price, all the while being seen as a NiceGuy who is a FriendToAllChildren. Everyone is understandably disgusted when they learn this, especially Champa who wants to kill Forst on the spot]].



* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' gives us [[spoiler: Frost. When he is introduce, he is seen as a GoodCounterpart to Frieza who wants to have a clean match with Goku during the tournament and win or lose, nothing should be taking personally. During the match, everyone learns that Frost and his empire fights to stop wars, help the children of war-torn planets, and Frost is fighting in the tournament to gain Champa's support for his charity work. Frost's story is so moving that Goku's friends and family starts to cheer for him, and Champa feels bad since there is no way Frost can win the entire tournament and gain his support. After Goku goes Super Saiyan and beats Frost up, Goku suddenly becomes fatigue, allowing Frost to kick him out of the ring. After Frost wins his fight with Piccolo, it's revealed by Jaco that Frost has been cheating by poisoning his opponents with a needle hidden in his arm. Once that is revealed, everyone learns that Frost's backstory is false. He plays the hero and 'saves' planets from wars that he himself causes. He then buys the war-torn planet cheap, repairs them, and then sells them at a high price, all the while being seen as a NiceGuy who is a FriendToAllChildren. Everyone is understandably disgusted when they learn this, especially Champa who wants to kill Forst on the spot]].
12th Apr '16 12:32:20 AM Ramona122003
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' gives us [[spoiler: Frost. When he is introduce, he is seen as a GoodCounterpart to Frieza who wants to have a clean match with Goku during the tournament and win or lose, nothing should be taking personally. During the match, everyone learns that Frost and his empire fights to stop wars, help the children of war-torn planets, and Frost is fighting in the tournament to gain Champa's support for his charity work. Frost's story is so moving that Goku's friends and family starts to cheer for him, and Champa feels bad since there is no way Frost can win the entire tournament and gain his support. After Goku goes Super Saiyan and beats Frost up, Goku suddenly becomes fatigue, allowing Frost to kick him out of the ring. After Frost wins his fight with Piccolo, it's revealed by Jaco that Frost has been cheating by poisoning his opponents with a needle hidden in his arm. Once that is revealed, everyone learns that Frost's backstory is false. He plays the hero and 'saves' planets from wars that he himself causes. He then buys the war-torn planet cheap, repairs them, and then sells them at a high price, all the while being seen as a NiceGuy who is a FriendToAllChildren. Everyone is understandably disgusted when they learn this, especially Champa who wants to kill Forst on the spot]].
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