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12th Mar '17 12:47:51 PM Getta
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Can overlap with MadDoctor. Compare DepravedDentist and StrappedToAnOperatingTable for cases where medical skill is used as a weapon against a target who isn't in a position to fight back. Contrast MartialMedic, a character who heals with knowledge they gained in the course of learning to injure people. While people do tend to die around him (not his fault, we assure you), [[Series/DoctorWho The Doctor]] is not one of these.

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Can overlap with MadDoctor. May use a HealingShiv, and may even turn them into proper weapons. Compare DepravedDentist and StrappedToAnOperatingTable for cases where medical skill is used as a weapon against a target who isn't in a position to fight back. Contrast MartialMedic, a character who heals with knowledge they gained in the course of learning to injure people. While people do tend to die around him (not his fault, we assure you), [[Series/DoctorWho The Doctor]] is not one of these.
20th Feb '17 7:59:53 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* Basically the defining character trait of Dr. Bob from ''WebAnimation/KlayWorld''.
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* Basically the defining character trait of Dr. Bob from ''WebAnimation/KlayWorld''.
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11th Jan '17 7:16:46 AM rafi
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* Dr. Shamal from ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' is a doctor/assassin who kills people by infecting them with terminal illnesses from his special mosquitoes.

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* Dr. Shamal Muraki from ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' ''[[Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness Descendants of Darkness]]''. In the first volume of the manga alone, he turns a dying girl into a vampire and controls her in order to kill people, captures a shinigami and tortures/basically tries to dissect him, and then faces off with Tsuzuki, known as the most powerful of the shinigami, breaking Tsuzuki's spine at one point [[spoiler: and escaping at the end of the book]]. His skill and knowledge as a medical doctor assist him in his various evil endeavors.
* The manga, ''Eliminate Dangerous Doctors'' or EDD
is a doctor/assassin who kills people basically this trope being hunted down by infecting a secret agency (which itself may not be as well-intenioned as it may seem, making this a case of BlackAndGrayMorality with the unlucky only good doctor protagonist thrown into the situation).
* ''Manga/{{Gangsta}}'s'' Dr. Theo will not hesitate to drop you with syringe of ''something'' should you threaten his offices or [[AdorablyPrecociousChild cute little apprentice]].
* Palparepa, the BigBad of ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL'', was a clinically white doctor with giant syringes sticking out the back of his mech. He uses
them to upgrade himself by sticking his mech with terminal illnesses them, a move [[CallingYourAttacks named]] "Doping Cylinder". It's appropriate for a show where the villains' gimmick is super regeneration and TheHero is the "God of Destruction".
* Kuroudo Akabane aka. Dr. Jackal
from ''Manga/GetBackers'', who was once a medical doctor tasked with saving lives, but after letting a child die on his special mosquitoes.watch, decides that he's probably better off [[PsychoForHire mutilating and killing people]] instead.



* Sanada Kazuki from ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo''. ChickMagnet, genius, and mild-mannered heir [[UnclePennybags to a not-so-mild fortune]]. Did I leave anything out? Well, he ''is'' the one-time national boxing champion and successor to the Hama school of fisticuffs. His style involves rapid calculation of body strength, stun duration, and vulnerable organs and nerve clusters, [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/hajime-no-ippo-volume-033.html?ch=Volume%20033&pg=ippo_vol-33_116.jpg reforming]] [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/hajime-no-ippo-volume-033.html?ch=Volume%20033&pg=ippo_vol-33_117.jpg him]] into something of a BadassBookworm in the ring.
* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' has plenty of perfectly nice people [[spoiler:infected with the HatePlague]] and killing one another in various disturbing ways, but nurse Takano Miyo always seems to be the first to go. Still, further and further into the show, she seems just as creepy as the crazy person of the month if not more so. [[spoiler:Then comes TheReveal, in which she ''engineered'' the whole thing and plans to slaughter the whole town and turn over the virus to military researchers who could use a squad of paranoid people willing to listen to lies and kill their friends...]]
** Also from the series is [[spoiler: Dr. Irie, or at least in his past. More sympathetic than Takano for sure, but in his past was a WellIntentionedExtremist version of this trope.]]
* Dr. Shamal from ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' is a doctor/assassin who kills people by infecting them with terminal illnesses from his special mosquitoes.
* Dr. Stanislav Sokurov in ''Anime/MarginalPrince''. While in the first few episodes he only seems to be somewhat [[LargeHam hammy]] and creepy (and [[MadDoctor crazy]]), it becomes clear over the course of the series that he's no ordinary doctor. Then the finale approaches and he goes to take out an entire beach of super-secret assassins. With, of course, a labcoat full of scalpels.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** Kabuto, who uses the medical knowledge he picked up as a longtime mole to do incredible damage to others' bodies.
** Tsunade can use her knowledge of the human nervous system to [[InterfaceScrew flip around muscle coordination]] so that moving your left leg moves your right arm and vice versa.
** A little more subtle example earlier in the series is Haku, and thus, by extension, ninja that have ANBU training--though we don't see most of them really use it. He puts Zabuza into a fake death state with a thrown needle in order to trick Team 7. Later, in the bridge battle, he specifically only targets Sasuke in non-vital areas in an attempt to dissuade and not kill him. The obvious implication is that he could have gone for fatal shots from the start if he so chose.
* ''Anime/NurseWitchKomugi'' is a medical-themed MagicalGirl. She started as Komugi Nakahara, a deranged mutant nurse with a fetish for oversized medical equipment (especially needles) in the much darker anime ''Anime/TheSoulTaker''.



* Dr. Muraki from ''[[Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness Descendants of Darkness]]''. In the first volume of the manga alone, he turns a dying girl into a vampire and controls her in order to kill people, captures a shinigami and tortures/basically tries to dissect him, and then faces off with Tsuzuki, known as the most powerful of the shinigami, breaking Tsuzuki's spine at one point [[spoiler: and escaping at the end of the book]]. His skill and knowledge as a medical doctor assist him in his various evil endeavors.
* ''Anime/NurseWitchKomugi'' is a medical-themed MagicalGirl. She started as Komugi Nakahara, a deranged mutant nurse with a fetish for oversized medical equipment (especially needles) in the much darker anime ''Anime/TheSoulTaker''.

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* Dr. Muraki from ''[[Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness Descendants One MonsterOfTheWeek of Darkness]]''. In ''Anime/PhantomQuestCorp'' is a doctor who made a DealWithTheDevil so he can murder patients and harvest their organs for sale (magically concealing the first volume evidence). He got some sort of demonically-possessed superpowers as part of the manga alone, he turns a dying girl into a vampire bargain as well, and controls her in order to kill people, captures a shinigami tosses scalpels and tortures/basically tries to dissect him, and then faces off with Tsuzuki, known manipulates a laser surgery machine telekinetically, or as the most powerful of the shinigami, breaking Tsuzuki's spine at one point [[spoiler: and escaping at the end of the book]]. His skill and knowledge as a medical doctor assist him in his various evil endeavors.
* ''Anime/NurseWitchKomugi'' is a medical-themed MagicalGirl. She started as Komugi Nakahara, a deranged mutant nurse with a fetish for oversized medical equipment (especially needles) in the much darker anime ''Anime/TheSoulTaker''.
dub has it:
-->'''Lieutenant Karion:''' Psychokinesis?\\
'''Ayaka Kisaragi:''' Or just psycho!



* Minoru "Doctor" Kamiya of ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' fights with hands that cut like scalpels, and insects with syringes that inject diseases into his victims.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has Kabuto, who uses the medical knowledge he picked up as a longtime mole to do incredible damage to others' bodies.
** Tsunade can use her knowledge of the human nervous system to [[InterfaceScrew flip around muscle coordination]] so that moving your left leg moves your right arm and vice versa.
** A little more subtle example earlier in the series is Haku, and thus, by extension, ninja that have ANBU training--though we don't see most of them really use it. He puts Zabuza into a fake death state with a thrown needle in order to trick Team 7. Later, in the bridge battle, he specifically only targets Sasuke in non-vital areas in an attempt to dissuade and not kill him. The obvious implication is that he could have gone for fatal shots from the start if he so chose.



* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' has plenty of perfectly nice people [[spoiler:infected with the HatePlague]] and killing one another in various disturbing ways, but nurse Takano Miyo always seems to be the first to go. Still, further and further into the show, she seems just as creepy as the crazy person of the month if not more so. [[spoiler:Then comes TheReveal, in which she ''engineered'' the whole thing and plans to slaughter the whole town and turn over the virus to military researchers who could use a squad of paranoid people willing to listen to lies and kill their friends...]]
** Also from the series is [[spoiler: Dr. Irie, or at least in his past. More sympathetic than Takano for sure, but in his past was a WellIntentionedExtremist version of this trope.]]
* Faust VIII from ''Manga/ShamanKing''. He could use his medical knowledge to take down enemies and even survive falling out of a plane in a wheelchair without a parachute. Although considering he's a necromancer, it may be that his body is mostly dead anyway and he simply needed to locate any lost limbs after landing. That and he's on a ''lot'' of morphine.



* Faust VIII from ''Manga/ShamanKing''. He could use his medical knowledge to take down enemies and even survive falling out of a plane in a wheelchair without a parachute. Although considering he's a necromancer, it may be that his body is mostly dead anyway and he simply needed to locate any lost limbs after landing. That and he's on a ''lot'' of morphine.
* ''Manga/SoulEater'' has two notable characters who fit this.
** Nygus. School nurse a d BandageBabe. And she's also a commando and [[EquippableAlly as a weapon]] can turn into a knife.
** Stein, for that matter. The best teacher in the academy and a dangerous man, he can use his knowledge of soul wavelengths to disrupt others' attacks and empower his own. He also has vast experience both in efficiently cutting things apart and suturing them back together to cleanly heal - and ''both'' of these skills are weaponizable.



* Palparepa, the BigBad of ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL'', was a clinically white doctor with giant syringes sticking out the back of his mech. He uses them to upgrade himself by sticking his mech with them, a move [[CallingYourAttacks named]] "Doping Cylinder". It's appropriate for a show where the villains' gimmick is super regeneration and TheHero is the "God of Destruction".



* Kuroudo Akabane aka. Dr. Jackal from ''Manga/GetBackers'', who was once a medical doctor tasked with saving lives, but after letting a child die on his watch, decides that he's probably better off [[PsychoForHire mutilating and killing people]] instead.
* Sanada Kazuki from ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo''. ChickMagnet, genius, and mild-mannered heir [[UnclePennybags to a not-so-mild fortune]]. Did I leave anything out? Well, he ''is'' the one-time national boxing champion and successor to the Hama school of fisticuffs. His style involves rapid calculation of body strength, stun duration, and vulnerable organs and nerve clusters, [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/hajime-no-ippo-volume-033.html?ch=Volume%20033&pg=ippo_vol-33_116.jpg reforming]] [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/hajime-no-ippo-volume-033.html?ch=Volume%20033&pg=ippo_vol-33_117.jpg him]] into something of a BadassBookworm in the ring.
* ''Manga/SoulEater'' has two notable characters who fit this.
** Nygus. School nurse a d BandageBabe. And she's also a commando and [[EquippableAlly as a weapon]] can turn into a knife.
** Stein, for that matter. The best teacher in the academy and a dangerous man, he can use his knowledge of soul wavelengths to disrupt others' attacks and empower his own. He also has vast experience both in efficiently cutting things apart and suturing them back together to cleanly heal - and ''both'' of these skills are weaponizable.
* One MonsterOfTheWeek of ''Anime/PhantomQuestCorp'' is a doctor who made a DealWithTheDevil so he can murder patients and harvest their organs for sale (magically concealing the evidence). He got some sort of demonically-possessed superpowers as part of the bargain as well, and tosses scalpels and manipulates a laser surgery machine telekinetically, or as the dub has it:
-->'''Lieutenant Karion:''' Psychokinesis?\\
'''Ayaka Kisaragi:''' Or just psycho!
* The manga, ''Eliminate Dangerous Doctors'' or EDD is basically this trope being hunted down by a secret agency (which itself may not be as well-intenioned as it may seem, making this a case of BlackAndGrayMorality with the unlucky only good doctor protagonist thrown into the situation).
* ''Manga/{{Gangsta}}'s'' Dr. Theo will not hesitate to drop you with syringe of ''something'' should you threaten his offices or [[AdorablyPrecociousChild cute little apprentice]].
* Dr. Stanislav Sokurov in ''Anime/MarginalPrince''. While in the first few episodes he only seems to be somewhat [[LargeHam hammy]] and creepy (and [[MadDoctor crazy]]), it becomes clear over the course of the series that he's no ordinary doctor. Then the finale approaches and he goes to take out an entire beach of super-secret assassins. With, of course, a labcoat full of scalpels.

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* Kuroudo Akabane aka. Dr. Jackal from ''Manga/GetBackers'', who was once a medical doctor tasked Minoru "Doctor" Kamiya of ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' fights with saving lives, but after letting a child die on his watch, decides hands that he's probably better off [[PsychoForHire mutilating cut like scalpels, and killing people]] instead.
* Sanada Kazuki from ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo''. ChickMagnet, genius, and mild-mannered heir [[UnclePennybags to a not-so-mild fortune]]. Did I leave anything out? Well, he ''is'' the one-time national boxing champion and successor to the Hama school of fisticuffs. His style involves rapid calculation of body strength, stun duration, and vulnerable organs and nerve clusters, [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/hajime-no-ippo-volume-033.html?ch=Volume%20033&pg=ippo_vol-33_116.jpg reforming]] [[http://view.thespectrum.net/series/hajime-no-ippo-volume-033.html?ch=Volume%20033&pg=ippo_vol-33_117.jpg him]]
insects with syringes that inject diseases into something of a BadassBookworm in the ring.
* ''Manga/SoulEater'' has two notable characters who fit this.
** Nygus. School nurse a d BandageBabe. And she's also a commando and [[EquippableAlly as a weapon]] can turn into a knife.
** Stein, for that matter. The best teacher in the academy and a dangerous man, he can use
his knowledge of soul wavelengths to disrupt others' attacks and empower his own. He also has vast experience both in efficiently cutting things apart and suturing them back together to cleanly heal - and ''both'' of these skills are weaponizable.
* One MonsterOfTheWeek of ''Anime/PhantomQuestCorp'' is a doctor who made a DealWithTheDevil so he can murder patients and harvest their organs for sale (magically concealing the evidence). He got some sort of demonically-possessed superpowers as part of the bargain as well, and tosses scalpels and manipulates a laser surgery machine telekinetically, or as the dub has it:
-->'''Lieutenant Karion:''' Psychokinesis?\\
'''Ayaka Kisaragi:''' Or just psycho!
* The manga, ''Eliminate Dangerous Doctors'' or EDD is basically this trope being hunted down by a secret agency (which itself may not be as well-intenioned as it may seem, making this a case of BlackAndGrayMorality with the unlucky only good doctor protagonist thrown into the situation).
* ''Manga/{{Gangsta}}'s'' Dr. Theo will not hesitate to drop you with syringe of ''something'' should you threaten his offices or [[AdorablyPrecociousChild cute little apprentice]].
* Dr. Stanislav Sokurov in ''Anime/MarginalPrince''. While in the first few episodes he only seems to be somewhat [[LargeHam hammy]] and creepy (and [[MadDoctor crazy]]), it becomes clear over the course of the series that he's no ordinary doctor. Then the finale approaches and he goes to take out an entire beach of super-secret assassins. With, of course, a labcoat full of scalpels.
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* The Crime Doctor from Franchise/TheDCU.
** Not to mention Dr. Moon, who considers himself [[TortureTechnician an artist when it comes to pain]]. He's also a self-taught medical genius who uses his incredible talent to cause suffering rather than heal.
** Even heroes with medical doctorates have been known to use their skills to incapacitate people.

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* ''Franchise/TheDCU'':
** The Mikado, a foe of Comicbook/TheQuestion, was an emergency room physician who was disgusted by some of the deliberately inflicted injuries he saw in his ER. He donned a costume and used his medical expertise to inflict similar injuries on those responsible.
**
The Crime Doctor from Franchise/TheDCU.
Doctor.
** Not to mention Dr. Moon, who considers himself [[TortureTechnician an artist when it comes to pain]]. He's also a self-taught medical genius who uses his incredible talent to cause suffering rather than heal.
** Hush of the Franchise/{{Batman}} comics evolves into this after he drops the guntoting. Scarecrow also counts, having been the head psychiatrist at Arkham.
*** Let's not forget Hugo Strange, one of the few villains to successfully uncover Batman's true identity.
** Even heroes with medical doctorates have been known to use their skills to incapacitate people.people as Dr. Mid-Nite from ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''.
* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'':
** [[StevenUlyssesPerHero Angeline Kutter]], [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Angeline_Kutter_(Earth-616) The Surgeon General]] who fought Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}.
** [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] superhero, and later member of the ComicBook/XMen, Doctor Nemesis.
* In [[PolishMedia Polish graphic novel]] "Żyjesz?" ("Alive?") a [[PlagueDoctor Plague Doctor]] stabs a tie-to-the-bed patient with the knife in the chest when he starts screaming. Another doctor get killed by his fellow medic after being bitten by a contain boy. During the climax of the book one more doctor is attack by armed lunatic and he just shots him in the face with a pistol.
** It's should b noted that all the doctors in the book are mysterious and scary figures and we never see their faces.



* Hush of the Franchise/{{Batman}} comics evolves into this after he drops the guntoting. Scarecrow also counts, having been the head psychiatrist at Arkham.
** let's not forget Hugo Strange, one of the few villains to successfully uncover Batman's true identity.
* Dr. Mid-Nite from Franchise/TheDCU.
* [[StevenUlyssesPerHero Angeline Kutter]], [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Angeline_Kutter_(Earth-616) The Surgeon General]] who fought Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}.
* [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] superhero, and later member of the ComicBook/XMen, Doctor Nemesis.
* The Mikado, a foe of Comicbook/TheQuestion, was an emergency room physician who was disgusted by some of the deliberately inflicted injuries he saw in his ER. He donned a costume and used his medical expertise to inflict similar injuries on those responsible.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Violine}}'', the doctor (no name given) uses his medical skills to restrain Violine (by putting her legs in casts, pretending they are broken), and later attempts to make her sick and bedridden to get her to go home. Eventually, he attempts to outright kill her with poison when all else fails. [[spoiler: It is later revealed that he killed his father's parents as well]].
* In [[PolishMedia Polish graphic novel]] "Żyjesz?" ("Alive?") a [[PlagueDoctor Plague Doctor]] stabs a tie-to-the-bed patient with the knife in the chest when he starts screaming. Another doctor get killed by his fellow medic after being bitten by a contain boy. During the climax of the book one more doctor is attack by armed lunatic and he just shots him in the face with a pistol.
** It's should b noted that all the doctors in the book are mysterious and scary figures and we never see their faces.

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* Hush of the Franchise/{{Batman}} comics evolves into this after he drops the guntoting. Scarecrow also counts, having been the head psychiatrist at Arkham.
** let's not forget Hugo Strange, one of the few villains to successfully uncover Batman's true identity.
* Dr. Mid-Nite from Franchise/TheDCU.
* [[StevenUlyssesPerHero Angeline Kutter]], [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Angeline_Kutter_(Earth-616) The Surgeon General]] who fought Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}.
* [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] superhero, and later member of the ComicBook/XMen, Doctor Nemesis.
* The Mikado, a foe of Comicbook/TheQuestion, was an emergency room physician who was disgusted by some of the deliberately inflicted injuries he saw in his ER. He donned a costume and used his medical expertise to inflict similar injuries on those responsible.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Violine}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Violine}}'', the doctor (no name given) uses his medical skills to restrain Violine (by putting her legs in casts, pretending they are broken), and later attempts to make her sick and bedridden to get her to go home. Eventually, he attempts to outright kill her with poison when all else fails. [[spoiler: It is later revealed that he killed his father's parents as well]].
* In [[PolishMedia Polish graphic novel]] "Żyjesz?" ("Alive?") a [[PlagueDoctor Plague Doctor]] stabs a tie-to-the-bed patient with the knife in the chest when he starts screaming. Another doctor get killed by his fellow medic after being bitten by a contain boy. During the climax of the book one more doctor is attack by armed lunatic and he just shots him in the face with a pistol.
** It's should b noted that all the doctors in the book are mysterious and scary figures and we never see their faces.
well]].
11th Jan '17 5:39:06 AM Elfkaiser
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* Using her syringe-arm and medical expertise of various diseases in battle, Beatrix from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' is quite the badass of a deadly doctor.
4th Jan '17 1:25:06 AM upupandaway42
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* Skye's father in Series/AgentsOfSHIELD. He's a former volunteer for Doctors Without Borders, but after violently seperated from his wife and daughter by Comicbook/{{HYDRA}}, his willingness to [[TheUnfettered go to any lengths]] to get his family back, combined with his experiments with a PsychoSerum has left him a little... [[AxCrazy unstable]].
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** let's not forget Hugo Strange, one of the few villains to successfully uncover Batman's true identity.
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* [[AnIcePerson Killer Frost]] in ''Series/TheFlash2014'', as she's [[spoiler: the SuperPoweredEvilSide of Dr. Caitlin Snow, the team's [[TheMedic medic]]]]. In the episode [[Recap/TheFlash2014S3E7KillerFrost "Killer Frost"]], she uses her anatomical knowledge to sever [[Comicbook/TheFlash The Flash's]] leg muscules so she can escape him.
30th Nov '16 6:22:23 PM ChrisX
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* Another aversion is Mercy/Dr. Angela Ziegler from ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}''. She specializes in healing or resurrecting her teammates and she is capable of combat... but not using medical expertise, but instead a normal handgun. Though headshots still apply, so she can still administer some 'skull cracking'.
22nd Nov '16 3:32:28 AM Morgenthaler
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** More of an example being your Father in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'': He just, ''on a whim'', decides to escape a secure vault, cross the wasteland from one side to the other with no companions (a feat replicated only by your stupidly powerful character) and no armament except a ''hunting rifle''. He then proceeds to enter and leave a super-mutant infested building (unwounded!) and then a mind-control simulation pod before he [[spoiler: calmly sacrifices himself in an attempt to wipe out the leader of the Enclave assault on the Capital Wasteland.]] He is a BadAss doctor like no other.
* Mordin Solus from ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' averts the trope. He's an extremely skilled doctor as well as a complete BadAss, but he'd '''never''' kill anyone with medicine. Nonetheless, while people are thankful for his medicinal work, the fact that he takes lives as easily as he saves them utterly terrifies more than a few who know of him.

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** More of an example being your Father in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'': He just, ''on a whim'', decides to escape a secure vault, cross the wasteland from one side to the other with no companions (a feat replicated only by your stupidly powerful character) and no armament except a ''hunting rifle''. He then proceeds to enter and leave a super-mutant infested building (unwounded!) and then a mind-control simulation pod before he [[spoiler: calmly sacrifices himself in an attempt to wipe out the leader of the Enclave assault on the Capital Wasteland.]] He is a BadAss badass doctor like no other.
* Mordin Solus from ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' averts the trope. He's an extremely skilled doctor as well as a complete BadAss, badass, but he'd '''never''' kill anyone with medicine. Nonetheless, while people are thankful for his medicinal work, the fact that he takes lives as easily as he saves them utterly terrifies more than a few who know of him.
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* Among the cast of twisted enemies in ''VideoGame/CarnEvil'' are deranged MonsterClown doctors (named "Dr. Klot") who attack with surgical saws, drills, and syringes. They appear during the final level, in which the BigBad, Professor Ludwig von Tökkentäkker, instructs them to extract the player's brain and put it into the Great Ape, a gorilla with guns for hands. Dr. Klot's voice clips can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh7OGKJtiCI&feature=youtu.be here.]]
--->'''Dr. Klot''': "Your brain...in a giant ape! I'M A GENIUS!"
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