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26th Jul '16 9:20:28 PM Gingerkitteh
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** Another example would be Dark Samus from the ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy''. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', it's appears first in the form of the Phazon radiation, transforming it into the Phazon Suit. Then, when Samus defeats Metroid Prime, the final boss in the first Prime game, Metroid Prime sucks it all the Phazon on the planet, including the Phazon suit. However, the Phazon Suit takes over Metroid Prime's personality and Samus' shape as Samus leaves the planet. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes'', it appears as Dark Samus, who has 4 scan-entries in total, even though its design doesn't change from time to time. Finally, in ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', it appears once again, and turns out to be from Phaaze, a living, sentient, evil planet consisting 100% of Phazon.

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** Another example would be Dark Samus from the ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy''. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', it's it first appears first in the form of the Phazon radiation, transforming it Samus's suit into the Phazon Suit. Then, when Samus defeats Metroid Prime, the final boss in the first Prime game, Metroid Prime sucks it up all the Phazon on the planet, including the Phazon suit. However, the Phazon Suit takes over Metroid Prime's personality and Samus' shape as Samus leaves the planet. planet, essentially becoming a living empty shell. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes'', it appears as Dark Samus, who has 4 scan-entries in total, even though its visual design doesn't change from time to time.between encounters. Finally, in ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', it appears once again, and turns out to be from Phaaze, a living, sentient, evil planet consisting 100% of Phazon.
21st Jul '16 10:54:45 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* On ''Series/StargateSG1'', Ba'al is obviously intended to be a villain of the week, but Cliff Simon's performance became a fan-favorite, particularly in later appearances where his character becomes DangerouslyGenreSavvy.

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* On ''Series/StargateSG1'', Ba'al is obviously intended to be a villain of the week, but Cliff Simon's performance became a fan-favorite, particularly in later appearances where his character becomes DangerouslyGenreSavvy.very savvy.
9th Jul '16 5:58:42 PM Anddrix
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** In turn, Davros, the creator of the Daleks, made such an impression in "Genesis of the Daleks," that all the remaining Dalek stories in the original series are basically Davros ones to some degree with the Daleks largely reduced to his flunkies and rivals. This is a case of this trope not working so well in his favor as using Davros so much turned him into a huge BaseBreaker from overexposure. Tellingly, ten years into the revival and he's only appeared twice.

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** In turn, Davros, the creator of the Daleks, made such an impression in "Genesis of the Daleks," that all the remaining Dalek stories in the original series are basically Davros ones to some degree with the Daleks largely reduced to his flunkies and rivals. This is a case of this trope not working so well in his favor as using Davros so much turned him into a huge BaseBreaker from overexposure. Tellingly, ten years into the revival and he's only appeared twice.
4th Jul '16 2:38:42 AM Tron80
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** ComicBook/TheJoker: Believe it or not, the villain of villains, the Clown Prince of Crime, the one crazy bad guy who can make Satan pee in his pants just by laughing, was not originally intended to be ''the'' Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, let alone the most well-known villain in comic history. According to the other wiki: "He was slated to be killed in his second appearance, but editor Whitney Ellsworth suggested that the character be spared. A hastily drawn panel, demonstrating that the Joker was still alive, was subsequently added to the comic."

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** ComicBook/TheJoker: Believe it or not, the villain of villains, the Clown Prince of Crime, the one crazy bad guy who can make Satan pee in his pants just by laughing, was not originally intended to be ''the'' Franchise/{{Batman}} villain, let alone one of the most well-known villain villains in comic history. According to the other wiki: "He was slated to be killed in his second appearance, but editor Whitney Ellsworth suggested that the character be spared. A hastily drawn panel, demonstrating that the Joker was still alive, was subsequently added to the comic."
29th Jun '16 8:34:45 AM N8han11
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* BlazBlue we have Hazama the artificial vessel of Yuki Terumi he got so popular that he manage to place 3rd place above the main character and even Terumi the guy who possessed him.
24th Jun '16 9:51:42 PM Doug86
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* ''KingArthur'': Mordred. In the early mentions of KingArthur in Welsh mythology, Arthur was slain by Medraut, later to be known as Mordred. However, Medraut's importance in the mythos as a whole was almost non-existent, save for that he killed King Arthur. Other villains had come and gone, and it seemed that Mordred was intended to just be another, though the only one who finally got lucky (although Arthur slew him in the same action, so his luck is debatable). Ask anyone in modern times, however, who is ''the'' villain of the story of King Arthur, and the answer you will get is "Mordred" almost all the time (though Morgan Le Fay is another name that also comes up quite frequently, and is, coincidentally, another example of this trope). Mordred has become so integrated into the mythos of Arthur that it is unheard of to ''not'' include him in any story involving Camelot.

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* ''KingArthur'': ''Myth/KingArthur'': Mordred. In the early mentions of KingArthur King Arthur in Welsh mythology, Arthur was slain by Medraut, later to be known as Mordred. However, Medraut's importance in the mythos as a whole was almost non-existent, save for that he killed King Arthur. Other villains had come and gone, and it seemed that Mordred was intended to just be another, though the only one who finally got lucky (although Arthur slew him in the same action, so his luck is debatable). Ask anyone in modern times, however, who is ''the'' villain of the story of King Arthur, and the answer you will get is "Mordred" almost all the time (though Morgan Le Fay is another name that also comes up quite frequently, and is, coincidentally, another example of this trope). Mordred has become so integrated into the mythos of Arthur that it is unheard of to ''not'' include him in any story involving Camelot.
24th Jun '16 12:41:10 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** The Mutant Dragon Cyborg Space Pirate known as Ridley is so popular that he appears in almost every single game in one way or another. In the [[VideoGame/Metroid1 first game]], he's [[CoDragons a Co-Dragon]] Space Pirate to Mother Brain along with Kraid. In ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', he's still a Co-Dragon Space Pirate but he has a early boss battle and steal the Baby Metroid. In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', he's back as an X-Parasite clone, though he's highly deformed. In ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'', the GBA-remake of the original, Ridley appears TWICE: First as a Dragon, then later his popularity among fans caused the devs to make him the final boss of the game, in the form of Mecha Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', he's back as Meta-Ridley, a half dragon, half robot version of the original Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', he's once again returns as Omega Ridley, a Phazon-corrupted, highly deformed and much more powerful version of the good old Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', he appears first as a little fuzz-ball, then a large lizard and finally in his dragon-form that he's known for. The manga also establishes him as Samus' ArchNemesis, having killed her parents.

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** The Mutant Dragon Cyborg Space Pirate known as Ridley is so popular that he appears in almost every single game in one way or another. In the [[VideoGame/Metroid1 first game]], he's [[CoDragons a Co-Dragon]] Space Pirate to Mother Brain along with Kraid. In ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', he's still a Co-Dragon Space Pirate but he has a early boss battle and steal the Baby Metroid. In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', he's back as an X-Parasite clone, though he's highly deformed. In ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'', the GBA-remake of the original, Ridley appears TWICE: First as a Dragon, then later his popularity among fans caused the devs to make him the final boss of the game, in the form of Mecha Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', he's back as Meta-Ridley, a half dragon, half robot version of the original Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', he's once again returns as Omega Ridley, a Phazon-corrupted, highly deformed and much more powerful version of the good old Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', he appears first as a little fuzz-ball, then a large lizard and finally in his dragon-form that he's known for. [[Manga/MetroidManga The manga manga]] also establishes him as Samus' ArchNemesis, having killed her parents.
24th Jun '16 11:09:27 AM Doug86
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* Played with with '''two''' ''ComicBook/CaptainAtom'' villains. Major Force was never more than a secondary or even tertiary adversary for Captain Atom, but he later became a fairly major ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'' villain, particularly for Kyle Rayner. Wade Eiling, by contrast, was always intended to be the central antagonist for Captain Atom, but has since broken out to become a major villain for the entire DCU. He has also broken out to be a major antagonist for the whole Justice League in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', and now seems slated to become a major recurring antagonist for ''Series/TheFlash2014''.

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* Played with with '''two''' ''ComicBook/CaptainAtom'' villains. Major Force was never more than a secondary or even tertiary adversary for Captain Atom, but he later became a fairly major ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'' ''Franchise/GreenLantern'' villain, particularly for Kyle Rayner. Wade Eiling, by contrast, was always intended to be the central antagonist for Captain Atom, but has since broken out to become a major villain for the entire DCU. He has also broken out to be a major antagonist for the whole Justice League in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', and now seems slated to become a major recurring antagonist for ''Series/TheFlash2014''.
1st Jun '16 4:05:27 PM syndromekad345
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** The Mutant Dragon Cyborg Space Pirate known as Ridley is so popular that he appears in almost every single game in one way or another. In the [[VideoGame/Metroid1 first game]], he's [[CoDragons a Co-Dragon]] Space Pirate to Mother Brain along with Kraid. In ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', he's still a Co-Dragon Space Pirate but he has a early boss battle and steal the Baby Metroid. In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', he's back as an X-Parasite clone, though he's highly deformed. In ''VideoMetroidZeroMission'', the GBA-remake of the original, Ridley appears TWICE: First as a Dragon, then later his popularity among fans caused the devs to make him the final boss of the game, in the form of Mecha Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', he's back as Meta-Ridley, a half dragon, half robot version of the original Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', he's once again returns as Omega Ridley, a Phazon-corrupted, highly deformed and much more powerful version of the good old Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', he appears first as a little fuzz-ball, then a large lizard and finally in his dragon-form that he's known for. The manga also establishes him as Samus' ArchNemesis, having killed her parents.

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** The Mutant Dragon Cyborg Space Pirate known as Ridley is so popular that he appears in almost every single game in one way or another. In the [[VideoGame/Metroid1 first game]], he's [[CoDragons a Co-Dragon]] Space Pirate to Mother Brain along with Kraid. In ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', he's still a Co-Dragon Space Pirate but he has a early boss battle and steal the Baby Metroid. In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', he's back as an X-Parasite clone, though he's highly deformed. In ''VideoMetroidZeroMission'', ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'', the GBA-remake of the original, Ridley appears TWICE: First as a Dragon, then later his popularity among fans caused the devs to make him the final boss of the game, in the form of Mecha Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', he's back as Meta-Ridley, a half dragon, half robot version of the original Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', he's once again returns as Omega Ridley, a Phazon-corrupted, highly deformed and much more powerful version of the good old Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', he appears first as a little fuzz-ball, then a large lizard and finally in his dragon-form that he's known for. The manga also establishes him as Samus' ArchNemesis, having killed her parents.
1st Jun '16 4:04:04 PM syndromekad345
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* Ridley, from ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' was originally just TheDragon ([[OurDragonsAreDifferent literally]]) in [[VideoGame/{{Metroid1}} the original NES game]]. Nowadays he's Samus' ArchEnemy due to his involvement in her past when he murdered her parents and [[JokerImmunity his refusal to stay dead.]] [[AwesomeBosses/{{Metroid}} His consistently awesome boss fights might also have something to do with it.]]

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* Ridley, from ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' was originally just TheDragon ([[OurDragonsAreDifferent literally]]) ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}''
** The Mutant Dragon Cyborg Space Pirate known as Ridley is so popular that he appears
in [[VideoGame/{{Metroid1}} almost every single game in one way or another. In the [[VideoGame/Metroid1 first game]], he's [[CoDragons a Co-Dragon]] Space Pirate to Mother Brain along with Kraid. In ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', he's still a Co-Dragon Space Pirate but he has a early boss battle and steal the Baby Metroid. In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', he's back as an X-Parasite clone, though he's highly deformed. In ''VideoMetroidZeroMission'', the GBA-remake of the original, Ridley appears TWICE: First as a Dragon, then later his popularity among fans caused the devs to make him the final boss of the game, in the form of Mecha Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', he's back as Meta-Ridley, a half dragon, half robot version of the original NES game]]. Nowadays Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', he's once again returns as Omega Ridley, a Phazon-corrupted, highly deformed and much more powerful version of the good old Ridley. In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', he appears first as a little fuzz-ball, then a large lizard and finally in his dragon-form that he's known for. The manga also establishes him as Samus' ArchEnemy due to his involvement in ArchNemesis, having killed her past parents.
** Another example would be Dark Samus from the ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy''. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', it's appears first in the form of the Phazon radiation, transforming it into the Phazon Suit. Then,
when he murdered her parents and [[JokerImmunity his refusal to stay dead.]] [[AwesomeBosses/{{Metroid}} His consistently awesome Samus defeats Metroid Prime, the final boss fights might also have something in the first Prime game, Metroid Prime sucks it all the Phazon on the planet, including the Phazon suit. However, the Phazon Suit takes over Metroid Prime's personality and Samus' shape as Samus leaves the planet. In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes'', it appears as Dark Samus, who has 4 scan-entries in total, even though its design doesn't change from time to do with it.]]time. Finally, in ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'', it appears once again, and turns out to be from Phaaze, a living, sentient, evil planet consisting 100% of Phazon.
** The minor boss, Nightmare, from ''Fusion'' was clearly popular enough to get a second appearance in ''Other M''.
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