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20th Sep '17 7:34:19 AM BeerBaron
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** As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]], associated with the darkness of Anu, are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, they range from being considered "evil" to being considered JerkassGods to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the malevolent Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the Daedric Prince of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself. For more on the Daedric Princes, see the [[Characters/TheElderScrollsDaedra series' "Daedra" subpage]].

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** As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]], associated with the darkness of Anu, Padomay, are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, they range from being considered "evil" to being considered JerkassGods to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the malevolent Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the Daedric Prince of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself. For more on the Daedric Princes, see the [[Characters/TheElderScrollsDaedra series' "Daedra" subpage]].
20th Sep '17 7:31:17 AM BeerBaron
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%%** As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, most are considered to "evil" to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the [[JerkassGods more outright malevolent]] Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself.

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%%** ** The Dark Brotherhood is an illegal [[MurderInc organization of assassins]] whose membership mostly takes a [[PsychoForHire sadistic glee]] in killing and who practice a ReligionOfEvil in which they worship Sithis. Their their outfits also tend to contain a lot of [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver black and red]].
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As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] Princes]], associated with the darkness of Anu, are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, most are they range from being considered to "evil" to being considered JerkassGods to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the [[JerkassGods more outright malevolent]] malevolent Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] Prince of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself.himself. For more on the Daedric Princes, see the [[Characters/TheElderScrollsDaedra series' "Daedra" subpage]].
17th Sep '17 3:00:49 AM Vir
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** Played straight with [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Mephilies the Dark]].

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** Played straight with [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 Mephilies Mephiles the Dark]].



* The first ''[[VideoGame/FableI Fable]]'' has this in spades, with dark clothing giving you [[KarmaMeter evil points]] and [[LightIsGood bright clothing giving you good points]] and evil characters morphing to have darker features. The sequels ease up on it, but it's still present.

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* The first ''[[VideoGame/FableI Fable]]'' ''VideoGame/{{Fable|I}}'' has this in spades, with dark clothing giving you [[KarmaMeter evil points]] and [[LightIsGood bright clothing giving you good points]] and evil characters morphing to have darker features. The sequels ease up on it, but it's still present.
15th Sep '17 11:26:47 PM Abbot_Cellach
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** The RPG series notes that Dark magic isn't evil ''as such'' - it is how you use it that is important - but it includes spells whose casting can be called evil no matter the circumstances (sacrificing a hireling for a temporary advantage!) and is associated with the Path of Dark, a religion/philosophy that nigh-universally seems to attract cruel people that want to do bad deeds.

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** The RPG series notes that [[DarkIsNotEvil Dark magic isn't evil evil]] ''as such'' - it is how you use it that is important - but it includes spells whose casting can be called evil no matter the circumstances (sacrificing a hireling for a temporary advantage!) and is associated with the Path of Dark, a religion/philosophy that nigh-universally seems to attract cruel people that want to do bad deeds.deeds.
** Also Daria, Alleron's evil sister has dark hair and dark sexy clothes.
15th Sep '17 11:21:11 PM Abbot_Cellach
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** Also Chakal (The True BigBad of the film) and his bandit minions.

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** %%** Also Chakal (The True BigBad of the film) and his bandit minions.minions.
* The Vikings from ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfKells''
15th Sep '17 9:40:20 AM MagBas
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* The Boggans in ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}''.
* Xibalba from ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'', who represents the negative side of the afterlife. Plus, he's the BigBad.

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* %%* The Boggans in ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}''.
* %%* Xibalba from ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'', who represents the negative side of the afterlife. Plus, he's the BigBad.



** As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, most are considered to "evil" to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the [[JerkassGods more outright malevolent]] Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself.

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** %%** As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, most are considered to "evil" to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the [[JerkassGods more outright malevolent]] Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself.
15th Sep '17 7:17:02 AM Abbot_Cellach
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** Also Chakal (The True BigBad of the film) and his bandit minions.
31st Aug '17 10:25:43 AM BeerBaron
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** As a whole, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Princes]] are AboveGoodAndEvil, operating within their own spectrum of BlueAndOrangeMorality. Still, most are considered to "evil" to most civilizations throughout Tamriel. However, a few of the [[JerkassGods more outright malevolent]] Daedric Princes fit this reputation, such as Molag Bal (Daedric Prince of [[TheCorrupter Corruption]] and the closest thing the series has to a true GodOfEvil) and Vaermina, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] of [[YourWorstNightmare Nightmares]], who may only be second in brutality to Molag Bal himself.
9th Aug '17 12:27:14 PM BeerBaron
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** Sithis, referred to as a "[[PowerOfTheVoid great void]]", is a force representing chaos, change, and limitation. In some religious traditions, Sithis is related to or may even be what is left of Padomay. Sithis is associated with darkness and is described as a "great void", and those who worship him are almost universally seen as evil or at the very least extremely amoral.
25th Jul '17 11:12:33 AM BeerBaron
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** The daedra and their lords, but the worst are either Molag Bal or Muheres Dagon.
** Alduin in ''Skyrim'' is a black dragon.

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** The daedra From the series' primary CreationMyth comes Padomay, TheAntiGod [[AnthropomorphicPersonification personification]] of the forces of change, chaos, and their lords, but darkess. He is the worst are either Molag Bal or Muheres Dagon.
[[CainAndAbel twin brother]] to Anu, the GodOfGods personification of the forces of [[OrderVersusChaos stasis, order, and light]]. While not an inherently evil force, Padomay was [[DrivenByEnvy jealous]] that Nir (the female personification of "creation" who came to be out of Anu and Padomay's interplay) favored Anu. Padomay killed Nir and shattered the 12 worlds she created. Anu would wound Padomay and then put the pieces of the worlds together to create one world: Nirn. Padomay returned and wounded Anu, so Anu [[TakingYouWithMe pulled Padomay and himself outside of time]] to end Padomay's threat to creation.
** Alduin in ''Skyrim'' the World Eater is a colossal black dragon.[[DragonsAreDemonic dragon]] who it is said will "[[BeastOfTheApocalypse eat the world]]" at the end of the current cycle of time. He serves as the BigBad of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', returning in an attempt to ''rule'' the world rather than eat it.
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