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12th May '17 8:36:25 AM Mooncalf
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* ''Manga/AngelDensetsu'': Seiichirou Kitano. Face of a demon, heart of an angel.
8th May '17 4:31:10 PM Mooncalf
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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable'': Reimi Sugimoto. The ghost of a murdered teenager, who wanders a supernatural alley that normal people can't enter (and which also serves as the gateway to the afterlife), with her faithful, murdered dog by her side. However, other than being a ghost she's just a friendly girl who helps people who find themselves lost in the alley, and who's just remaining in the world because she wants to see an end to the constant deaths perpetrated by her still-loose murderer.
30th Apr '17 8:43:15 PM Gamermaster
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* ''FanFic/LifeAfterHayate'' notes that most Bureau servicemembers are frightened of [[LyricalNanoha the Wolkenritter]] to the point they'll go for a weapon or seek cover even though the Wolkenritter are ''on their side''. They were the Bureau's nightmare scenario for nearly sixty years before. In one chapter, the mere presence of a Wolkenritter is enough to terrify a member of the Bureau's most wanted into surrendering. In another, after their owner is injured, they proceed to blow through Jail's first-generation combat cyborgs in seconds and might have killed them all if they'd had just a few moments longer.

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* ''FanFic/LifeAfterHayate'' notes that most Bureau servicemembers are frightened of [[LyricalNanoha [[Franchise/LyricalNanoha the Wolkenritter]] to the point they'll go for a weapon or seek cover even though the Wolkenritter are ''on their side''. They were the Bureau's nightmare scenario for nearly sixty years before. In one chapter, the mere presence of a Wolkenritter is enough to terrify a member of the Bureau's most wanted into surrendering. In another, after their owner is injured, they proceed to blow through Jail's first-generation combat cyborgs in seconds and might have killed them all if they'd had just a few moments longer.
30th Apr '17 7:27:55 PM pratchettgaiman
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* Season 5 of ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' features Eve, who is one of Hadrian's Wall's most effective agents, devoted to fighting the wesen supremacist group Black Claw, and seems to have a particular...affection for protagonist Nick Burkhart. She's also emotionless, a TortureTechnician, a [[WitchSpecies hexenbiest]] (not at all the cuddliest wesen species), and an alternate personality of Nick's ex-fiancee Juliette who had her personality altered somehow into working for HW after her FaceHeelTurn in the previous season.
30th Apr '17 6:02:54 PM LordDynasmon
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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'': The Rogue Titan that appeared during the Battle of Trost is utterly terrifying in both it's [[GlasgowGrin appearance]] and [[TheBerserker fighting style]], but it has no interest in attacking humans and instead runs around [[CurbStompBattle beating the crap out of]] the regular Titans. [[spoiler:That's because the Rogue Titan is [[TheHero Eren Jaeger]]]].

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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'': The Rogue Titan that appeared during the Battle of Trost is utterly terrifying in both it's its [[GlasgowGrin appearance]] and [[TheBerserker fighting style]], but it has no interest in attacking humans and instead runs around [[CurbStompBattle beating the crap out of]] the regular Titans. [[spoiler:That's because the Rogue Titan is [[TheHero Eren Jaeger]]]].
28th Apr '17 9:32:57 AM Silverblade2
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'': Eldar Harlequins are MonsterClown DanceBattler Ninjas, with horrifying weapons that can explode you in an instant or turn you into a drooling imbecile, wear grinning masks that reflect your deepest terrors and serve a god who is, for all intents and purposes, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker. They are also the best line of defense against both Chaos (servants of the gods of rape, murder, mutation, and disease) and the Necrons (former rulers of the galaxy returning to wage a genocidal purge of the current residents). Mind you, being Warhammer 40K, "good" is [[BlackAndGreyMorality very much relative.]]

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'': Eldar Harlequins are MonsterClown DanceBattler Ninjas, with horrifying weapons that can explode you in an instant or turn you into a drooling imbecile, wear grinning masks that reflect your deepest terrors and serve a god who is, for all intents and purposes, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker.ComicBook/TheJoker. They are also the best line of defense against both Chaos (servants of the gods of rape, murder, mutation, and disease) and the Necrons (former rulers of the galaxy returning to wage a genocidal purge of the current residents). Mind you, being Warhammer 40K, "good" is [[BlackAndGreyMorality very much relative.]]
16th Apr '17 11:19:56 PM Dirtyblue929
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' has Igor. He's hunched, balding, has bulging bloodshot eyes, a long nose, and a CheshireCatGrin you could easily mistake for a SlasherSmile. He's one of the most benevolent figures in the franchise and only seeks to help the main characters through their hardships.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' The ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona'' series has Igor. He's hunched, Igor, a balding, has unnaturally thin hunchback with bulging bloodshot eyes, a long long, hooked nose, and a CheshireCatGrin you could easily mistake for that borders on a SlasherSmile. He's Despite this frightening appearance, he's one of the most benevolent figures in the franchise franchise, serving as a kind and only seeks encouraging SpiritAdvisor to help the main characters through their hardships.protagonists.
31st Mar '17 4:40:06 PM frogpatrol
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** [[spoiler:The Rills]] from Galaxy 4. Fanged, ammonia-breathing monsters with booming voices and hand claws that look like a cross between Jabba the Hutt and Satan's pet angler fish. Also sweet, hospitable, and eternally forgiving [[spoiler: even after both the brutish Drahvins and the misguided TARDIS crew repeatedly attack them and their droids.]]

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** [[spoiler:The Rills]] from Galaxy 4."Galaxy 4". Fanged, ammonia-breathing monsters with booming voices and hand claws that look like a cross between Jabba the Hutt and Satan's pet angler fish. Also sweet, hospitable, and eternally forgiving [[spoiler: even after both the brutish Drahvins and the misguided TARDIS crew repeatedly attack them and their droids.]] robots]].



*** Turlough was [[spoiler:an exiled alien prince]] coerced into attempting to assassinate the Doctor, who the Doctor's other companion Tegan distrusted. Even [[spoiler:post-HeelFaceTurn]] he still comes off as secretive and offputting.

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*** Turlough was [[spoiler:an exiled alien prince]] [[spoiler:alien political exile]] coerced into attempting to assassinate the Doctor, who the Doctor's other companion Tegan distrusted. Even [[spoiler:post-HeelFaceTurn]] he still comes off as secretive and offputting.



* Linder from Series/TheBridgeUS is definitely on the side of the angels (working in a homeless shelter and moonlighting by smuggling abused women over the Mexican border into the US), but is undeniably creepy (speaking in a low CreepyMonotone, acting fidgety when asked too many questions about what he does, and showing a willingness to hurt people that get in his way). His associate Bob (who runs a safehouse for the women rescued) is a bit more charismatic, but apparently has a ''very'' DarkAndTroubledPast (he used to be a drug addict, and he apparently assaulted someone [[NoodleImplements using a dirtbike]] in Tulsa).
* Played for laughs in ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' with Detective Boyle, who is a genuinely good-hearted, friendly and likeable man who only wants to please, but nevertheless has no social skills or internal filter whatsoever and at times seems determined to express himself in the creepiest ways possible.

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* Linder from Series/TheBridgeUS ''Series/TheBridgeUS'' is definitely on the side of the angels (working in a homeless shelter and moonlighting by smuggling abused women over the Mexican border into the US), but is undeniably creepy (speaking in a low CreepyMonotone, acting fidgety when asked too many questions about what he does, and showing a willingness to hurt people that get in his way). His associate Bob (who runs a safehouse for the women rescued) is a bit more charismatic, but apparently has a ''very'' DarkAndTroubledPast (he used to be a drug addict, and he apparently assaulted someone [[NoodleImplements using a dirtbike]] in Tulsa).
* Played for laughs in ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' with Detective Boyle, who is a genuinely good-hearted, friendly and likeable man who only wants to please, but nevertheless has no social skills or internal filter whatsoever and at times seems determined to express himself in the creepiest ways possible.
31st Mar '17 4:37:26 PM frogpatrol
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* The title characters from ''Series/SapphireAndSteel''. It's explicitly stated a couple of times that they aren't human. What they '''are''' is never explained, but they verge on the HumanoidAbomination with their chilly personalities, somewhat unconvincing attempts to connect to humans, and tendency to ShootTheDog.

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* The title characters from ''Series/SapphireAndSteel''. It's explicitly stated a couple of times that they aren't human. What they '''are''' ''are'' is never explained, but they verge Steel, in particular, verges on the HumanoidAbomination with their chilly personalities, somewhat unconvincing attempts to connect to humans, and tendency to ShootTheDog.
31st Mar '17 4:36:21 PM frogpatrol
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** [[spoiler:The Rills]] from Galaxy 4. Fanged, ammonia-breathing monsters with booming voices and hand claws that look like a cross between Jabba The Hutt and Satan's pet angler fish. Also sweet, hospitable, and eternally forgiving [[spoiler: even after both the brutish Drahvins and the misguided TARDIS crew repeatedly attack them and their droids.]]

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** [[spoiler:The Rills]] from Galaxy 4. Fanged, ammonia-breathing monsters with booming voices and hand claws that look like a cross between Jabba The the Hutt and Satan's pet angler fish. Also sweet, hospitable, and eternally forgiving [[spoiler: even after both the brutish Drahvins and the misguided TARDIS crew repeatedly attack them and their droids.]]



*** Turlogh was an exiled alien prince coerced into trying to assassinate the Doctor. Even post HeelFaceTurn he still comes off as secretive and offputting.

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*** Turlogh Turlough was an [[spoiler:an exiled alien prince prince]] coerced into trying attempting to assassinate the Doctor. Doctor, who the Doctor's other companion Tegan distrusted. Even post HeelFaceTurn [[spoiler:post-HeelFaceTurn]] he still comes off as secretive and offputting.
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