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4th May '17 2:35:36 PM jormis29
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* ''Magazine/{{Dragon}}'' magazine #71 (back when it wasn't just ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'') had a ''Boot Hill'' module called "The Taming of Brimstone", in which the player characters had to clean up the eponymous town.

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* ''Magazine/{{Dragon}}'' magazine #71 (back when it wasn't just ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'') had a ''Boot Hill'' ''TabletopGame/BootHill'' module called "The Taming of Brimstone", in which the player characters had to clean up the eponymous town.
6th Jan '17 1:54:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheNamelessMod'''s [[PlayerCharacter Trestkon]] is this- if the player wills it.
* In ''{{Crackdown}}'', the city's police force barely is able to hold the line at their own headquarters. [[SuperSoldier The Agent]] must go through the city, killing the leaders of the three gangs who rule the city and their lieutenants. [[spoiler: It becomes a subversion when it's revealed the Agency [[EvilPlan allowed the gangs to run roughshod, so they'd be able to assert a despotic regime once they clean out the gangs.]]]]
* This is the plot of all the StreetsOfRage games. Somehow, the crime syndicate keeps coming back.

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* ''TheNamelessMod'''s ''VideoGame/TheNamelessMod'''s [[PlayerCharacter Trestkon]] is this- if the player wills it.
* In ''{{Crackdown}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Crackdown}}'', the city's police force barely is able to hold the line at their own headquarters. [[SuperSoldier The Agent]] must go through the city, killing the leaders of the three gangs who rule the city and their lieutenants. [[spoiler: It becomes a subversion when it's revealed the Agency [[EvilPlan allowed the gangs to run roughshod, so they'd be able to assert a despotic regime once they clean out the gangs.]]]]
* This is the plot of all the StreetsOfRage ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'' games. Somehow, the crime syndicate keeps coming back.
11th Dec '16 12:23:08 AM Mhazard
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A new person (or an old inhabitant returning after years away) comes to a town suffering from lawlessness and corruption. He or she is appointed to a position of responsibility, such as TheSheriff, and proceeds to reduce crime, establish the rule of law, and topple the corrupt powers that kept the town from prospering.

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A new person (or an old inhabitant returning after years away) comes to a town suffering from lawlessness and corruption. He or she is appointed to a position of responsibility, such as TheSheriff, and proceeds to reduce crime, establish the rule of law, and topple the corrupt powers that kept the town from prospering.
prospering. TheDrifter on the other hand does this chronically, switches between towns and repeats the feat.
30th Jun '16 4:31:38 AM Morgenthaler
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29th Jun '16 1:52:47 PM Morgenthaler
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** Similarly done at the end of the QuickDrawMcGraw cartoon "Double Barrel Double," but without the double entendre line.
*** Possibly because Quick Draw himself is a horse so the joke wouldn't work.

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** * Similarly done at the end of the QuickDrawMcGraw ''WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw'' cartoon "Double Barrel Double," but without the double entendre line.
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line. Possibly because Quick Draw himself is a horse so the joke wouldn't work.
8th May '16 11:35:00 PM arrgh
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* This is the plot of all the StreetsOfRage games. Somehow, the crime syndicate keeps coming back.
19th Mar '16 2:17:22 AM Omeganian
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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Drip-Along Daffy": Daffy comes to "clean up this one-horse town", and in the end he does... as streetsweeper. "Lucky for him, it ''is'' a one-horse town."

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Drip-Along Daffy": "WesternAnimation/DripAlongDaffy": Daffy comes to "clean up this one-horse town", and in the end he does... as streetsweeper. "Lucky for him, it ''is'' a one-horse town."
24th Jan '16 1:38:59 PM Tork
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* Deconstructed hard in ''ComicBook/Southern Bastards.''

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* Deconstructed hard in ''ComicBook/Southern Bastards.''ComicBook/SouthernBastards.''
24th Jan '16 1:38:24 PM Tork
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* Deconstructed hard in ''ComicBook/Southern Bastards.''
18th Oct '15 5:19:39 PM nombretomado
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* Jesse Custer in the ''Salvation'' arc of {{Preacher}}.

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* Jesse Custer in the ''Salvation'' arc of {{Preacher}}.
''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}''.
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