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25th Jun '16 6:44:35 PM Gamermaster
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* Aki Jigokumeguri of ''Manga/{{Ojojojo}}'' acts like a sweet little sister to Haru, but would like nothing more than to take her place as heiress of the Jigokumeguri Conglomerate. Th only people who are aware of her real personality are her parents and her sister's boyfriend (the exact reason why he doesn't tell Haru isn't clear but it's implied that he views her as an IneffectualSympatheticVillain).
16th Jun '16 7:56:17 PM PaulA
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* Burgo Fitzgerald in ''Literature/CanYouForgiveHer" (1864) by Creator/AnthonyTrollope. Trollope included many others in his other novels.

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* Burgo Fitzgerald in ''Literature/CanYouForgiveHer" ''Literature/CanYouForgiveHer'' (1864) by Creator/AnthonyTrollope. Trollope included many others in his other novels.
16th Jun '16 7:55:26 PM PaulA
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* Burgo Fitzgerald in ''Can You Forgive Her?" (1864) by Anthony Trollope. Trollope included many others in his other novels.

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* Burgo Fitzgerald in ''Can You Forgive Her?" ''Literature/CanYouForgiveHer" (1864) by Anthony Trollope.Creator/AnthonyTrollope. Trollope included many others in his other novels.
14th Jun '16 10:14:46 PM kataangluvr
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* Set It Off has a song called "Wolf In Sheep's Clothing", which talks about someone who manipulates people and poses as a nice person.
10th Jun '16 3:04:45 PM Chariset
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** Phoenix Wright himself is a very light example. While he's a polite pushover to pretty much everybody on the outside, his InternalMonologue is generally filled to the brim with snide remarks directed at just about everyone.

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** Phoenix Wright himself is a very light example. While he's a polite pushover to pretty much everybody on the outside, his InternalMonologue is generally filled to the brim with snide remarks directed at just about everyone. He also tends to pull the JustJokingJustification when he says "no" in a ButThouMust situation.
29th May '16 11:21:51 PM Nintendoman01
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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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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' gives us [[spoiler: Frost. When he is introduce, introduced, 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 taken 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 start 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, fatigued, 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' "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 Frost on the spot]].
26th May '16 9:08:45 AM voidgod
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** And Sora from Anime/YuGiOhArcV. He acts like a cute, innocent kid to get what he wants, but is actually blunt, rude, and smug. This is even reflected in his deck: he uses [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Fluffal]] monsters, which can be fused to create demented and terrifying monsters.

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** And Sora from Anime/YuGiOhArcV. He acts like a cute, innocent kid to get what he wants, but is actually blunt, rude, and smug.smug, mixing this with a JerkWithAHeartofGold. This is even reflected in his deck: he uses [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Fluffal]] monsters, which can be fused to create demented and terrifying monsters. [[spoiler: He moves out of this wheen he makes a HeelFaceTurn.]]
17th May '16 11:51:32 AM Defbye
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* ''Manga/GakuenOuji'' has several of these. Pretty much any girl showing kindness to the female lead will turn out to be this. The most obvious example is [[spoiler: Seriha]] who is introduced as being friendly and sweet to the protagonist, including saving her from other bullies, before turning on her.
6th May '16 7:37:38 PM NOYB
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* The trope name is used outright in ''A Place to Call Home'' by Carolyn to describe Regina while speaking to Anna.
6th May '16 11:41:48 AM Lokoron
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* ''Literature/HollowPlaces'' features Monica, Jeffery's girlfriend. While she's polite and outwardly seems to care for Jeffery, she's materialistic and breaks up with her boyfriend of a decade the moment he loses his job.
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