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26th Feb '17 2:33:13 PM Raidrik
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* In ''Fanfic/TheBridge'' an arc villain who shows up late into the story is a gumiho from Carrea, who's chased the kirin, Ki Seong, all the way to Equestria. There isn't any indication she's tied to the BigBad or any of Grogar's students like King Sombra or Queen Chrysalis. She's just an obscure, dangerous entity hardly anypony knows of that shows up without warning.
27th Jan '17 3:21:38 PM Mark2000
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* ''Film/StarTrek'' (2009): Nero appears from thin air (a [[LightningCanDoAnything lightning storm]]... InSpace) and begins a genocidal rampage through the galaxy that first involves copious amounts of Klingon and Federation ships, but then involves Vulcan and Earth. He rarely speaks and his back story is explained in during a 10 second holographic powerpoint presentation. His only real purpose is to create a new timeline for the original Star Trek characters to be [[ContinuityReboot rebooted]] into. A full backstory was created in a tie-in comic, but the Powers That Be have proclaimed it not canon.
23rd Jan '17 5:06:34 AM Crino37
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* In WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog, this trope is somewhat commom, as some monsters and other threats normally appear in the farmhouse without any explict reason.



** In WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog, this trope is somewhat commom, as some monsters and other threats normally appear in the farmhouse without any explict reason.
23rd Jan '17 5:05:51 AM Crino37
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** In WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog, this trope is somewhat commom, as some monsters and other threats normally appear in the farmhouse without any explict reason.
26th Oct '16 8:32:57 PM PaulA
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** The ExpandedUniverse novel "Vendetta" by PeterDavid reveals that it was designed to destroy the Borg.

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** The ExpandedUniverse novel "Vendetta" by PeterDavid Creator/PeterDavid reveals that it was designed to destroy the Borg.
25th Oct '16 7:27:42 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* In ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' Mordecai and Rigby are vying for a chair and bet on it in rock-paper-scissors. After being stuck in tie for 100 times, a monster from out of nowhere comes to eat the chair, they were able to make it go away by breaking the tie.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Mordecai and Rigby are vying for a chair and bet on it in rock-paper-scissors. After being stuck in tie for 100 times, a monster from out of nowhere comes to eat the chair, they were able to make it go away by breaking the tie.
6th Oct '16 10:25:05 PM thatother1dude
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** Although not many of the villains have elaborate origins, the [[{{Nanomachines}} nanobots]] in "Nano of the North" seem especially noticeable in this regard. They're a swarm of microscopic robots that come out of a cloud that forms over Townsville but nothing else surrounding it, start devouring all the carbon to make more of themselves, and demonstrate some kind of group intelligence in the way the cloud changed to focus the forces onto the Powerpuff Girls. Although they're all destroyed by the end of the episode, no clue is given as to their origin or why they were targeting Townsville specifically, and indeed no one even ''asks''.

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** Although not many of the villains have elaborate origins, the [[{{Nanomachines}} nanobots]] in "Nano of the North" seem especially noticeable in this regard.inexplicable. They're a swarm of microscopic robots that come out of a cloud that forms over Townsville but nothing else surrounding it, start devouring all the carbon to make more of themselves, and demonstrate some kind of group intelligence in the way the cloud changed to focus the forces onto the Powerpuff Girls. Although they're all destroyed by the end of the episode, no clue is given as to their origin or why they were targeting Townsville specifically, and indeed no one even ''asks''.
6th Oct '16 10:23:35 PM thatother1dude
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** Slade, whose backstory and motives were never revealed, despite the fact that he was the BigBad for the first two seasons, the DragonWithAnAgenda in the fourth, and had cameos throughout. The heroes, especially Robin, speculate as to who he is, but nothing concrete is ever reached.

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** Slade, whose Slade's backstory and motives were never revealed, despite the fact that he was being the BigBad for the first two seasons, the DragonWithAnAgenda in the fourth, and had cameos throughout.a minor presence throughout the series. The heroes, especially Robin, speculate as to who he is, but nothing concrete is ever reached.
6th Oct '16 10:22:01 PM thatother1dude
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* In ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' there is [[YouDirtyRat a rat.]] This rat appears just ten minutes before the end of the film, [[WouldHurtAChild tries to murder a baby,]] [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu fights the Tramp one-on-one, wounding him]] and [[OhCrap posthumously has the Tramp sent to the pound, where he is certain to be put down.]] He has no lines, has no known motive and is [[ForTheEvulz utterly evil throughout.]]

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* In ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' there is [[YouDirtyRat a rat.]] This rat appears just ten minutes before the end of the film, [[WouldHurtAChild tries to murder a baby,]] [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu fights the Tramp one-on-one, wounding him]] him and [[OhCrap posthumously has the Tramp sent to the pound, where he is certain to be put down.]] He has no lines, has no known motive and is [[ForTheEvulz utterly evil throughout.]]
6th Oct '16 10:20:33 PM thatother1dude
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** Also, the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]] from the episodes "Stranded" and "Things Change" similarly come out of nowhere and, though the characters wonder out loud what they are, are never given even a vague explanation.
** Also Red X has no explanation or origin for his appearance, and no back story. He just appears out of nowhere and makes trouble for everyone. Beast Boy tries to speculate[[note]][[WesternAnimation/DCNation He thinks it's Jason Todd]][[/note]], but Raven says it could be anyone and no one else bothers speculating.

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** Also, the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]] from the episodes "Stranded" and "Things Change" similarly come out of nowhere and, though the characters wonder out loud what they are, are never given even a vague explanation.
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Red X has no explanation or origin for his appearance, and no back story. He just appears out of nowhere and makes trouble for everyone. Beast Boy tries to speculate[[note]][[WesternAnimation/DCNation He thinks it's Jason Todd]][[/note]], but Raven says it could be anyone and no one else bothers speculating.really gives it any thought.
** The [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]] from the episodes "Stranded" and "Things Change" come out of nowhere and, though the characters wonder out loud what they are, are never given even a vague explanation.



** The evil alien force from "Forced Kin" qualify as well.

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** The evil alien force from "Forced Kin" qualify as well.suddenly comes from space to conquer Earth with no explanation, and turns out to be so strong he forces Mojo Jojo and the Powerpuff Girls [[EnemyMine to work together]].
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