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* This is Devo the Cursed's gimmick in ''[[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders]]''. He incites his opponents to attack him as hard as they can, then uses the pain their attacks cause to violently strike back by using his stand, Ebony Devil, to possess a CreepyDoll.
9th Aug '16 12:35:28 PM Medinoc
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* Ivy and Voldo in the ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series. Ivy carries a whip and tends towards a sadistic attitude (after strangling her opponent with her whip during a throw in the first game, she asks, "Do you want more?", or alternately shouts "You filth!"), while Voldo, though less [[TheVoiceless loquacious]] than Ivy, can moan almost pleasurably when taking damage. Both dress the part in their primary costumes.

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* Ivy and Voldo in the ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series. Ivy carries a whip and tends towards a sadistic attitude (after strangling her opponent with her whip during a throw in the first game, she asks, "Do you want more?", or alternately shouts "You filth!"), while Voldo, though less [[TheVoiceless less loquacious]] than Ivy, can moan almost pleasurably when taking damage. Both dress the part in their primary costumes.
29th Jul '16 8:12:58 PM Doug86
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** Similarly, when Desaad possessed [[{{Shazam}} Mary Marvel]] in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', he developed into one of these and seemed to get off on {{Supergirl}} striking her, and started to blatantly [[FoeYay come on to her]] the more Supergirl fought.

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** Similarly, when Desaad possessed [[{{Shazam}} [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Mary Marvel]] in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', he developed into one of these and seemed to get off on {{Supergirl}} ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} striking her, and started to blatantly [[FoeYay come on to her]] the more Supergirl fought.
27th Jul '16 5:32:46 AM WillBGood
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** Vice fills in this trope, and how. The infamous "she wolf" posture and moans she often has as her intro pose say all.\\

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** Vice fills in this trope, and how. The infamous "she wolf" posture and moans she often has as her intro pose say all.\\
24th Jul '16 7:34:40 AM lady_peaseblossom
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* Aran Ryan from ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' on the Wii seems to be this. He is ''far'' too much into the whole 'people getting hit in the face thing' thing, laughing madly with every punch he takes, always sporting a gigantic SlasherSmile every time he lands a hit, and being an AxCrazy BloodKnight bar none. He'll punch himself between rounds for lack of anything better to do. Finally, when you ''do'' beat him, his expression in the challenge room isn't humbled or sad like many of the others, but a slightly worrying look of ''gratification.''

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* Aran Ryan from ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' on the Wii seems to be this. He is ''far'' too much into the whole 'people getting hit in the face thing' thing, laughing madly with every punch he takes, always sporting a gigantic SlasherSmile every time he lands a hit, and being an AxCrazy BloodKnight bar none. He'll punch himself between rounds for lack of anything better to do.do (even more disturbing when it's revealed in his opening cutscene that he's hidden ''horseshoes'' in his gloves). Finally, when you ''do'' beat him, his expression in the challenge room isn't humbled or sad like many of the others, but a slightly worrying look of ''gratification.''
24th Jul '16 7:05:05 AM lady_peaseblossom
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:: And of course, his final scene in the film when Batman throws him off the tower, and he's ''[[LaughingMad laughing maniacally]]'' for every single second of his descent.

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:: ** And of course, his final scene in the film when Batman throws him off the tower, and he's ''[[LaughingMad laughing maniacally]]'' for every single second of his descent.
9th Jul '16 12:12:16 AM cgaurd52
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* ''Videogame/SenranKagura'': The Hebijo ninja Ryōna is this in spades. Her lust for wanting to be chastised can ascend into highly disturbing levels.

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* ''Videogame/SenranKagura'': The Hebijo ninja Ryōna is this in spades. Her perverted lust for wanting to be chastised experience pain can ascend into highly disturbing levels.levels of squick sometimes.
** Haruka has a little bit of this going for her as well, as she seems to enjoy getting stripped a little too much.
** Ibuki also shows shades of this from time to time.
8th Jul '16 12:32:06 PM StFan
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->'''Wyvern Rhadamanthys:''' This time I will rip out your heart!
->'''Scorpio Kardia:''' My heart? Perfect! That is... what I've always wanted. An opponent able... '''to ignite my heart!'''

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->'''Wyvern Rhadamanthys:''' This time I will rip out your heart!
->'''Scorpio
heart!\\
'''Scorpio
Kardia:''' My heart? Perfect! That is... what I've always wanted. An opponent able... '''to ''to ignite my heart!'''heart!''



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* ''WebVideo/SailorMoonAbridged'': Sailor Mars (Raye). [[TokenEvilTeammate Dear]] [[AxCrazy God,]] [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mars]]...



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-->[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything "Come on, I want you to do it, I want you to do it. Come on, hit me."]]
** And of course, his final scene in the film when Batman throws him off the tower, and he's ''[[LaughingMad laughing maniacally]]'' for every single second of his descent.

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-->[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything "Come -->'''Joker:''' [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Come on, I want you to do it, I want you to do it. Come on, hit me."]]
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And of course, his final scene in the film when Batman throws him off the tower, and he's ''[[LaughingMad laughing maniacally]]'' for every single second of his descent.



** Guess that makes Katinka Ingabogovinanana ( {{Zoolander}} ) one too, given that it apparently inspires some ''LesYay'' when Matilda pistol whips her.

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** * Guess that makes Katinka Ingabogovinanana ( {{Zoolander}} ) from ''Film/{{Zoolander}}'' one too, given that it apparently inspires some ''LesYay'' when Matilda pistol whips her.



* Drake in ''Literature/{{Gone}}''. Attacking him usually results in him cheering that he's "unkillable" and then murdering you.
** To make matters creepier, he gets stabbed in the chest and finds it hilarious.
--> '''Drake''' *grins* "This should be fun." Then with his real hand, he drew the knife out of his chest, slowly, as if relishing every inch of steel.
** Gaia full stop.

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* Drake in ''Literature/{{Gone}}''. Attacking him usually results in him cheering that he's "unkillable" and then murdering you.
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you. To make matters creepier, he gets stabbed in the chest and finds it hilarious.
--> '''Drake''' *grins* "This -->''"This should be fun." Then with his real hand, he drew the knife out of his chest, slowly, as if relishing every inch of steel.
** Gaia full stop.
steel.''



* The [[Literature/NewJediOrder Yuuzhan Vong]] attach religious significance to pain, so it's unsurprising that the most fanatical of them are like this (and the ones who aren't ''that'' crazy can still take all but the most horrific punishment without blinking). This is explicitly pointed out by half-Vong Jedi Tahiri when facing Lord Nyax, an immensely powerful darksider whose favorite attack involves forcing his opponents to feel crippling agony - most people drown in pain, she says, but the Yuuzhan Vong ''swim in it''. Cue OhCrap from Nyax...
** It's implied (if not outright stated) that they love pain because, after they were cut off from the Force, it's the only way they know they're still alive. Also, their religion teaches that the ultimate god (Yun Yuuzhan) cut himself up into a bunch of pieces to make the very universe itself. Of course, the best way to honor him is to follow his example. Cue excessive scarring, tattooing, and removal of their own body parts (and replacement with bioengineered creatures, usually better than the original limb/organ).
* The Mord-Sith of the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth''. Crazed sadomasochist women tortured since childhood until they are impervious to all but the most extreme pain, and living for little other than to serve the Lord Rahl and inflict more pain with their Agiel, a sort of hand-held AgonyBeam. They receive as much pain themselves as they dish out, because the use of their Agiel causes them constant pain when in use just as it hurts the person on the receiving end.
** Though every time someone manages to crack one's armor it turns out they are just big softies inside. I cite Rikka's obsession with getting Nicci into a pink frilly nightdress.

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* ''Literature/NewJediOrder'': The [[Literature/NewJediOrder Yuuzhan Vong]] Vong attach religious significance to pain, so it's unsurprising that the most fanatical of them are like this (and the ones who aren't ''that'' crazy can still take all but the most horrific punishment without blinking). This is explicitly pointed out by half-Vong Jedi Tahiri when facing Lord Nyax, an immensely powerful darksider whose favorite attack involves forcing his opponents to feel crippling agony - -- most people drown in pain, she says, but the Yuuzhan Vong ''swim in it''. Cue OhCrap from Nyax... \n** It's implied (if not outright stated) that they love pain because, after they were cut off from the Force, it's the only way they know they're still alive. Also, their religion teaches that the ultimate god (Yun Yuuzhan) cut himself up into a bunch of pieces to make the very universe itself. Of course, the best way to honor him is to follow his example. Cue excessive scarring, tattooing, and removal of their own body parts (and replacement with bioengineered creatures, usually better than the original limb/organ).
* The Mord-Sith of the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth''. Crazed sadomasochist women tortured since childhood until they are impervious to all but the most extreme pain, and living for little other than to serve the Lord Rahl and inflict more pain with their Agiel, a sort of hand-held AgonyBeam. They receive as much pain themselves as they dish out, because the use of their Agiel causes them constant pain when in use just as it hurts the person on the receiving end.
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end. Though every time someone manages to crack one's armor it turns out they are just big softies inside. I cite For example, Rikka's obsession with getting Nicci into a pink frilly nightdress.



--> '''Kelpie''': "Why do you resist? Life is pain!"
--> '''Raven''': *breaks its arm*
--> '''Kelpie''': [[CrowningMomentOfFunny "Thank you!"]] *faints*
* [[OurDemonsAreDifferent The Jachyras]] from ''[[Literature/TheSwordOfShannaraTrilogy The Wishsong Of Shannara]]''. Elder fairy creatures addicted to pain, both their own and that of others. They'll tear themselves apart in order to kill an opponent, [[TheHyena laughing]] the entire time. Thank god there are only two of them. As it is, it takes the greatest Druid ever, ''and'' one of the most {{Badass Normal}}s in fantasy fiction to put them down, at [[spoiler: the cost of their own lives]].
** Bad news, there are way more than two of them. It's just two was all the Mord Wraiths had [[SealedEvilInACan released from where they were trapped]]. Oh and said trapping? It was done by both the good ''and'' evil faeries working together to get rid of them.

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--> '''Kelpie''': "Why -->'''Kelpie:''' Why do you resist? Life is pain!"
--> '''Raven''': *breaks
pain!\\
''[Raven breaks
its arm*
--> '''Kelpie''':
arm]''\\
'''Kelpie:'''
[[CrowningMomentOfFunny "Thank you!"]] *faints*
Thank you!]] ''[faints]''
* [[OurDemonsAreDifferent The Jachyras]] from ''[[Literature/TheSwordOfShannaraTrilogy The Wishsong Of of Shannara]]''. Elder fairy creatures addicted to pain, both their own and that of others. They'll tear themselves apart in order to kill an opponent, [[TheHyena laughing]] the entire time. Thank god there are only two of them. As it is, it takes the greatest Druid ever, ''and'' one of the most {{Badass Normal}}s in fantasy fiction to put them down, at [[spoiler: the cost of their own lives]].
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lives]]. Bad news, there are way more than two of them. It's just two was all the Mord Wraiths had [[SealedEvilInACan released from where they were trapped]]. Oh and said trapping? It was done by both the good ''and'' evil faeries working together to get rid of them.



* Darquesse from Skulduggery Pleasant is not entirely a combat sadomasochist, being able to shut off her pain sensors, but at one point during her battle with Vile intentionally allows him to gouge out her eye to see what the pain feels like.

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* Darquesse from Skulduggery Pleasant ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant'' is not entirely a combat sadomasochist, being able to shut off her pain sensors, but at one point during her battle with Vile intentionally allows him to gouge out her eye to see what the pain feels like.
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** Spike is an example of this trope. Although he doesn't take it over the top, he likes having Buffy beat him up, and one of his major complaints when he became an IntangibleMan was that he couldn't hit people. At one point, Angel was battling a necromancer while Spike tried to possess him, and when Spike finally won the battle for control, he kept fighting Angel a bit for this reason. Lampshaded on several occasions, most notably when Spike makes his AnguishedDeclarationOfLove.
--> '''Joyce:''' Honey, did you somehow, unintentionally, lead him on in any way? Send him signals?
--> '''Buffy:''' Well, I do beat him up a lot. For Spike, that's like third base.
** Also Faith.

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** Spike is an example of this trope. Although he doesn't take it over the top, he likes having Buffy beat him up, and one of his major complaints when he became becomes an IntangibleMan was is that he couldn't can't hit people. At one point, Angel was is battling a necromancer while Spike tried tries to possess him, and when Spike finally won wins the battle for control, he kept keeps fighting Angel a bit for this reason. Lampshaded on several occasions, most notably when Spike makes his AnguishedDeclarationOfLove.
--> '''Joyce:''' --->'''Joyce:''' Honey, did you somehow, unintentionally, lead him on in any way? Send him signals?
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signals?\\
'''Buffy:''' Well, I do beat him up a lot. For Spike, that's like third base.
** Also Faith.
base.



* Gekikara from the ''Music/AKB48'' drama, Majisuka Gakuen. She doesn't even bother with trying to block or dodge, she just takes the hits and hits back harder, while cackling maniacally the whole time. When gossiping about her, Team Hormone says that she doesn't care about winning or losing, she just loves the violence.

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* Gekikara from the ''Music/AKB48'' drama, Majisuka Gakuen.''Majisuka Gakuen''. She doesn't even bother with trying to block or dodge, she just takes the hits and hits back harder, while cackling maniacally the whole time. When gossiping about her, Team Hormone says that she doesn't care about winning or losing, she just loves the violence.



* ''Series/FlandersCompany'': Hippolyte Kurtzmann, a.k.a. Sadoman, makes a ''super-power'' with this trope; his ability allows him to convert pain (both his and the others') into energy which he can use for various moves.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ramsay Bolton.

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* ''Series/FlandersCompany'': Hippolyte Kurtzmann, a.k.a. Sadoman, makes a ''super-power'' with this trope; his ability allows him to convert pain (both his and the others') into energy which he can use for various moves.
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%%* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ramsay Bolton.



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* In one version of ''Myth/JasonAndTheArgonauts'', they run into a tribe of savages devoted to Ares, who fight not so much to kill than to see the blood run.
** Homer describes Ares as "''tukton kakon''", which translates as "manmade evil". If you were to worship Ares, then you would hold embodying this trope to be your holy duty.

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* In one version of ''Myth/JasonAndTheArgonauts'', they run into a tribe of savages devoted to Ares, who fight not so much to kill than to see the blood run.
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run. Homer describes Ares as "''tukton kakon''", which translates as "manmade evil". If you were to worship Ares, then you would hold embodying this trope to be your holy duty.



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* Followers of Slaanesh, in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', the Dark Eldar (their counterparts in ''Warhammer'', the Dark Elves, are more of a SocialDarwinist race...). Dark Eldar are generally more into the "sado" part (unlike followers of Slaanesh who consider inflicting and receiving pain to be equally pleasing), but they do enjoy the sensation of pain in combat as well (for example, typical Dark Eldar armour is secured in place with painful hooks and barbs).
*** [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration Dark Eldar even have an in-game rule, Power From Pain, that reflects this]]: Dark Eldar units gain pain tokens when they kill enemy units, and pain tokens unlock bonuses. A Dark Eldar player starts with a full army of normal troops, but as the battle wears on, the enemy's army takes casualties and grow weaker, whereas the surviving Dark Eldar become ravenous killing machines who can laugh off enemy fire, and fight much more ferociously in combat.

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* Followers of Slaanesh, in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''.
''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'':
** Followers of Slaanesh.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', ''Warhammer 40000'', the Dark Eldar (their counterparts in ''Warhammer'', the Dark Elves, are more of a SocialDarwinist race...). Dark Eldar are generally more into the "sado" part (unlike followers of Slaanesh who consider inflicting and receiving pain to be equally pleasing), but they do enjoy the sensation of pain in combat as well (for example, typical Dark Eldar armour armor is secured in place with painful hooks and barbs).
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barbs). [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration Dark Eldar even have an in-game rule, Power From from Pain, that reflects this]]: Dark Eldar units gain pain tokens when they kill enemy units, and pain tokens unlock bonuses. A Dark Eldar player starts with a full army of normal troops, but as the battle wears on, the enemy's army takes casualties and grow weaker, whereas the surviving Dark Eldar become ravenous killing machines who can laugh off enemy fire, and fight much more ferociously in combat.



** Tzimisce in ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' could acquire powers that made them find pain pleasurable, and thus became oddly better fighters as they were injured. The clan was also notorious for [[BondageIsBad sadomasochistic tendencies]].

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** * Tzimisce in ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' could acquire powers that made them find pain pleasurable, and thus became oddly better fighters as they were injured. The clan was also notorious for [[BondageIsBad sadomasochistic tendencies]].



* [[DeathSeeker Animus]] from TheBlackHeart is an immortal sadomasochist gender-switching HumanoidAbomination whose combat techniques include piercing both himself and an opponent with massive rusted blades (one of his grabs has him pin the opponent to the ground before doing this, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything rather suggestively]]), running on a buzzsaw blade that tears into his unfortunate victim, and setting himself on fire to burn the opponent, all of this laughing, no matter if he's hitting the enemy or if the enemy is hitting him. And in his story mode he claims that his own blood brings him pleasure (although [[DeathSeeker the fact of existing makes him sick]]).

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* [[DeathSeeker Animus]] from TheBlackHeart ''VideoGame/TheBlackHeart'' is an immortal sadomasochist gender-switching HumanoidAbomination whose combat techniques include piercing both himself and an opponent with massive rusted blades (one of his grabs has him pin the opponent to the ground before doing this, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything rather suggestively]]), running on a buzzsaw blade that tears into his unfortunate victim, and setting himself on fire to burn the opponent, all of this laughing, no matter if he's hitting the enemy or if the enemy is hitting him. And in his story mode he claims that his own blood brings him pleasure (although [[DeathSeeker the fact of existing makes him sick]]).



* In ''Videogame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', this fits [[TheBerserker Krieg's]] playstyle like a glove. Many of his skills follow the theme of making him stronger the closer he is to death, such as giving an increased fire rate when his shields are down. His action skill recharges faster when he takes damage, and you can take a skill that makes him susceptible to friendly fire just so your teammates can help it recharge too. He has an entire skill tree devoted to being on fire. Many of his quotes have him scream about how much he loves pain. The last remnants of his sanity that make up the voice in his head doesn't feel the same.

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* In ''Videogame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', ''Videogame/Borderlands2'', this fits [[TheBerserker Krieg's]] playstyle like a glove. Many of his skills follow the theme of making him stronger the closer he is to death, such as giving an increased fire rate when his shields are down. His action skill recharges faster when he takes damage, and you can take a skill that makes him susceptible to friendly fire just so your teammates can help it recharge too. He has an entire skill tree devoted to being on fire. Many of his quotes have him scream about how much he loves pain. The last remnants of his sanity that make up the voice in his head doesn't feel the same.



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* Richard from ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup''.
** Granted, he is meant to be undead, and therefore probably can't feel anything, so it could just be amusement at people attempting to hurt him.

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* Richard from ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup''.
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''Webcomic/LookingForGroup''. Granted, he is meant to be undead, and therefore probably can't feel anything, so it could just be amusement at people attempting to hurt him.



*** Actually, an even horribler possibility exists: she *isn't*, and just knows how useful it can be to increase her own pain, [[CombatPragmatist depending on the circumstances]], especially since she is in fact [[spoiler:Otilia, the Muse of Protection, transferred by [[BigBad Lucrezia]] into an organic body]].



* Equius Zahhak from the Webcomic/MSPaintAdventures story ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', in a way. [[spoiler: In his "fight" against [[AxCrazy Gamzee]], he allows himself to be suffocated by a makeshift garrote, without so much as fighting back. He has always had a sick fetish for feeling subjugated by the purple-bloods, and his death reflects this.]]
** Not long after, [[spoiler:Gamzee himself. Nepeta comes to avenge Equius' death, and most fans were expecting Nepeta to end up doing some damage to him. What actually happened was that Gamzee stopped her inches from her face and uses her claws to scratch his own face (backwards!), all the while having a sadistic grin on his face. honk HONK]]

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* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'':
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Equius Zahhak from the Webcomic/MSPaintAdventures story ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Zahhak, in a way. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In his "fight" against [[AxCrazy Gamzee]], he allows himself to be suffocated by a makeshift garrote, without so much as fighting back. He has always had a sick fetish for feeling subjugated by the purple-bloods, and his death reflects this.]]
** Not long after, [[spoiler:Gamzee himself. Nepeta comes to avenge Equius' death, and most fans were expecting Nepeta to end up doing some damage to him. What actually happened was happens is that Gamzee stopped stops her inches from her face and uses her claws to scratch his own face (backwards!), all the while having a sadistic grin on his face. honk HONK]]



* ''Series/FlandersCompany'': Hippolyte Kurtzmann, a.k.a. Sadoman, makes a ''super-power'' with this trope; his ability allows him to convert pain (both his and the others') into energy which he can use for various moves.



* [[WebVideo/SailorMoonAbridged Sailor Mars (Raye)]]. [[TokenEvilTeammate Dear]] [[AxCrazy God,]] [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mars]]...



* ''WebVideo/CriticalRole'': Kurn, the Vasselheim pit fighting champion, positively enjoys getting his face smashed in by Grog. Just as much as he enjoys returning the favor.



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* ''WebVideo/CriticalRole'': Kurn, the Vasselheim pit fighting champion, positively enjoys getting his face smashed in by Grog. Just as much as he enjoys returning the favor.
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-->'''Customs officer''': Is your stay for business or pleasure?
-->'''Herr Trigger''': Ecstasy.
* Marceline of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' is a minor case. While she doesn't outright enjoy pain, it makes her nostalgic of the days when she wasn't a nigh-invincible queen of vampires.
** Those days were when she was ''a little kid''. Yeah . . . says a lot about her, doesn't it?

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-->'''Customs officer''': officer:''' Is your stay for business or pleasure?
-->'''Herr Trigger''':
pleasure?\\
'''Herr Trigger:'''
Ecstasy.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
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Marceline of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' is a minor case. While she doesn't outright enjoy pain, it makes her nostalgic of the days when she wasn't a nigh-invincible queen of vampires.
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vampires. Those days were when she was ''a little kid''. Yeah . . .Yeah... says a lot about her, doesn't it?



28th Jun '16 6:22:09 PM ErikModi
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** It's implied (if not outright stated) that they love pain because, after they were cut off from the Force, it's the only way they know they're still alive.

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** It's implied (if not outright stated) that they love pain because, after they were cut off from the Force, it's the only way they know they're still alive. Also, their religion teaches that the ultimate god (Yun Yuuzhan) cut himself up into a bunch of pieces to make the very universe itself. Of course, the best way to honor him is to follow his example. Cue excessive scarring, tattooing, and removal of their own body parts (and replacement with bioengineered creatures, usually better than the original limb/organ).
23rd Jun '16 6:22:15 PM nombretomado
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* The Tainted Coil in ''BrutalLegend'', especially their leader Doviculus. It's why TimSchafer chose TimCurry for the role.

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* The Tainted Coil in ''BrutalLegend'', ''VideoGame/BrutalLegend'', especially their leader Doviculus. It's why TimSchafer Creator/TimSchafer chose TimCurry Creator/TimCurry for the role.
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