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* In ''Film/AtomicBlonde'', [[spoiler: Lorraine]] is revealed to be the mysterious Satchel, a KGB mole within MI6. Except the very end of the movie shows that in reality [[spoiler: she's a CIA agent, planted to [[PlayingBothSides play both of the other agencies]] against each other]].
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* Sideways in ''Anime/TransformersArmada,'' not aided by a shaky, rushed translation. [[spoiler: He's an Autobot. No, a Decepticon posing as an Autobot. No, he just wants the Mini-cons for himself. No, he's working for Unicron. No, he ''is'' part of Unicron.]] And then he returns in ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' to do it all over again [[spoiler: with a yet different final goal]].

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* Sideways in ''Anime/TransformersArmada,'' not aided by a shaky, rushed translation. [[spoiler: He's [[spoiler:He's an Autobot. No, a Decepticon posing as an Autobot. No, he just wants the Mini-cons for himself. No, he's working for Unicron. No, he ''is'' part of Unicron.]] And then he returns in ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' to do it all over again [[spoiler: with [[spoiler:with a yet different final goal]].



* [[spoiler: Nimura Furuta]] from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' and its sequel, '':Re''. [[spoiler: He's a TykeBomb working for the organization '''V''', a Ghoul Investigator, a collaborator in Dr. Kanou's experiments, a mole that leaks information to Aogiri, and infiltrated both the Ghoul Restaurant and the Clowns gang as Souta. To top off the complicated mess of his involvements, he's a BastardBastard from the Washuu Clan]]. Suffice to say, he's spent considerable time establishing connections with as many groups as possible. It isn't clear exactly where his true loyalties lie, or what his true goals might be.

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* [[spoiler: Nimura [[spoiler:Nimura Furuta]] from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' and its sequel, '':Re''. [[spoiler: He's [[spoiler:He's a TykeBomb working for the organization '''V''', a Ghoul Investigator, a collaborator in Dr. Kanou's experiments, a mole that leaks information to Aogiri, and infiltrated both the Ghoul Restaurant and the Clowns gang as Souta. To top off the complicated mess of his involvements, he's a BastardBastard from the Washuu Clan]]. Suffice to say, he's spent considerable time establishing connections with as many groups as possible. It isn't clear exactly where his true loyalties lie, or what his true goals might be.



* ''ComicBook/TrinityWar'': [[spoiler: The Atom turns out to be a JLA agent who was ordered to infiltrate the Justice League on Amanda Waller's orders. But then the finale reveals that she's actually Atomica of Earth-3, working with The Outsider and his [[LegionOfDoom Secret Society]] to manipulate everyone so that they could get their hands on PandorasBox and use it to summon the rest of the Crime Syndicate]].

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* ''ComicBook/TrinityWar'': [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Atom turns out to be a JLA agent who was ordered to infiltrate the Justice League on Amanda Waller's orders. But then the finale reveals that she's actually Atomica of Earth-3, working with The Outsider and his [[LegionOfDoom Secret Society]] to manipulate everyone so that they could get their hands on PandorasBox and use it to summon the rest of the Crime Syndicate]].



* In ''Film/{{Cypher}}'', the protagonist is the [[ThisLoserIsYou plaything]] in a GambitPileup. He ends up a hex-tuple spy, ultimately working for [[spoiler: himself. He pulled a Memory Gambit before the movie began, so he could pass one set of lie-detectors to get into one agency, then fail the same set of lie-detectors to get into the rival agency]].
* Lightly riffed in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull'' : [[spoiler: Mac betrays Indy in the beginning, "explains" it partway through by claiming to be a CIA double-agent, then betrays him ''again'' at the end.]] Indy {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this:

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* In ''Film/{{Cypher}}'', the protagonist is the [[ThisLoserIsYou plaything]] in a GambitPileup. He ends up a hex-tuple spy, ultimately working for [[spoiler: himself.[[spoiler:himself. He pulled a Memory Gambit before the movie began, so he could pass one set of lie-detectors to get into one agency, then fail the same set of lie-detectors to get into the rival agency]].
* Lightly riffed in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull'' : [[spoiler: Mac [[spoiler:Mac betrays Indy in the beginning, "explains" it partway through by claiming to be a CIA double-agent, then betrays him ''again'' at the end.]] Indy {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this:



-->'''[[spoiler: Mac]]''': Nah, I just lied about being a double.
* Koskov from ''Film/TheLivingDaylights'' is a somewhat {{downplayed|Trope}} version of this trope. By the end of the film his loyalties have mostly been clarified ([[spoiler: he was using the British to eliminate a superior who was about to have him arrested for corruption]]), but earlier in the film he bounces back and forth.

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-->'''[[spoiler: Mac]]''': -->'''[[spoiler:Mac]]''': Nah, I just lied about being a double.
* Koskov from ''Film/TheLivingDaylights'' is a somewhat {{downplayed|Trope}} version of this trope. By the end of the film his loyalties have mostly been clarified ([[spoiler: he ([[spoiler:he was using the British to eliminate a superior who was about to have him arrested for corruption]]), but earlier in the film he bounces back and forth.



* A relatively simple one in ''Film/{{Spy}}'': [[spoiler: CIA agent Bradley Fine turns up alive and working for the villain after faking his death, only for him to later reveal that he was actually forced to go into deep cover after another agent really did turn traitor and leaked the identities of the agency's top operatives.]]
* Ilsa Faust in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', whose allegiance seems to shift with every scene. Eventually, it's revealed that [[spoiler: she's a mole working under the command of MI6 whose goal is to take down the Syndicate; in order to maintain the illusion of working for them she is forced to "betray" Ethan and his allies numerous times to the enemy when in actuality she's helping them all the while... maybe.]]

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* A relatively simple one in ''Film/{{Spy}}'': [[spoiler: CIA [[spoiler:CIA agent Bradley Fine turns up alive and working for the villain after faking his death, only for him to later reveal that he was actually forced to go into deep cover after another agent really did turn traitor and leaked the identities of the agency's top operatives.]]
* Ilsa Faust in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', whose allegiance seems to shift with every scene. Eventually, it's revealed that [[spoiler: she's [[spoiler:she's a mole working under the command of MI6 whose goal is to take down the Syndicate; in order to maintain the illusion of working for them she is forced to "betray" Ethan and his allies numerous times to the enemy when in actuality she's helping them all the while... maybe.]]



* In James Clavell's ''Literature/NobleHouse'', [[spoiler: [[MagnificentBastard Roger Crosse]]]] is the chief of [[spoiler:British]] Intelligence for Hong Kong, who pretends to work for [[spoiler:the KGB]] but really reports to [[spoiler:London]] and earns money and commendations (by selling information to and selling out agents from) from both sides.

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* In James Clavell's ''Literature/NobleHouse'', [[spoiler: [[MagnificentBastard [[spoiler:[[MagnificentBastard Roger Crosse]]]] is the chief of [[spoiler:British]] Intelligence for Hong Kong, who pretends to work for [[spoiler:the KGB]] but really reports to [[spoiler:London]] and earns money and commendations (by selling information to and selling out agents from) from both sides.



* In ''Changes'', a novel of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', Martin is a member of the Fellowship of St. Giles, people who have been infected by, but not yet succumbed to, the Red Vampire curse, who work to oppose the Red Court. As events in the novel progress [[spoiler: he betrays his fellow members to the Red Court, apparently as one of their agents. However he really is against the Red Court, just on his own terms, and betraying the others was part of a gambit of his]]

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* In ''Changes'', a novel of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', Martin is a member of the Fellowship of St. Giles, people who have been infected by, but not yet succumbed to, the Red Vampire curse, who work to oppose the Red Court. As events in the novel progress [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he betrays his fellow members to the Red Court, apparently as one of their agents. However he really is against the Red Court, just on his own terms, and betraying the others was part of a gambit of his]]



* [[spoiler:Tony Almeida]] in Season 7 of ''Series/TwentyFour''. He initially seems to be working for David Emerson and his mercenaries, until it's revealed that he's working with Bill and Chloe to take down the people behind Emerson (General Benjamin Juma and Jonas Hodges). But then it's revealed he was evil and working for a cabal of rival {{Big Bad}}s who wanted Juma and Hodges taken down all along, then eventually we find out he's trying to gain the trust of the cabal's leader so he can kill him in revenge for [[spoiler: ordering the death of his wife back in Season 5.]]

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* [[spoiler:Tony Almeida]] in Season 7 of ''Series/TwentyFour''. He initially seems to be working for David Emerson and his mercenaries, until it's revealed that he's working with Bill and Chloe to take down the people behind Emerson (General Benjamin Juma and Jonas Hodges). But then it's revealed he was evil and working for a cabal of rival {{Big Bad}}s who wanted Juma and Hodges taken down all along, then eventually we find out he's trying to gain the trust of the cabal's leader so he can kill him in revenge for [[spoiler: ordering [[spoiler:ordering the death of his wife back in Season 5.]]



* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a half-Wesen estranged son of the Royals. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]] Keep in mind that this is all ''on top of'' being a police officer and Nick's boss, which usually means having to cover up when Nick's actions are more Grimm than cop.

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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a half-Wesen estranged son of the Royals. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]] Keep in mind that this is all ''on top of'' being a police officer and Nick's boss, which usually means having to cover up when Nick's actions are more Grimm than cop.



** ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': So, does [[MysteriousPast Garak]] support the [[TheGovernment Detappa Council]]? The [[SecretPolice Obsidian Order]]? The [[PraetorianGuard Central Command]]? The [[LaResistance Dissident Movement]]? The [[TheFederation Federation]]? [[TheSpymaster Enabran Tain?]] [[ItsAllAboutMe Himself?]] Have fun trying to figure it out because none of the characters in-universe can! [[spoiler: His [[PatrioticFervour true loyalty]] seems to be to Cardassia itself and that means his alliances can shift all over the place depending on who he feels has Cardassia's best interests at heart.]]

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** ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': So, does [[MysteriousPast Garak]] support the [[TheGovernment Detappa Council]]? The [[SecretPolice Obsidian Order]]? The [[PraetorianGuard Central Command]]? The [[LaResistance Dissident Movement]]? The [[TheFederation Federation]]? [[TheSpymaster Enabran Tain?]] [[ItsAllAboutMe Himself?]] Have fun trying to figure it out because none of the characters in-universe can! [[spoiler: His [[spoiler:His [[PatrioticFervour true loyalty]] seems to be to Cardassia itself and that means his alliances can shift all over the place depending on who he feels has Cardassia's best interests at heart.]]



* [[spoiler: Cortez]] on ''Series/LastResort''. While on the sub, [[spoiler: she is secretly a CIA mole that they've planted there to undermine a rogue nuclear sub captain by stealing his launch key. But then, the actual CIA has been partially infiltrated by the Conspiracy, so she's secretly working for a sub-conspiracy that wants to ''keep'' the rogue sub in play, just under a different captain.]]

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* [[spoiler: Cortez]] [[spoiler:Cortez]] on ''Series/LastResort''. While on the sub, [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she is secretly a CIA mole that they've planted there to undermine a rogue nuclear sub captain by stealing his launch key. But then, the actual CIA has been partially infiltrated by the Conspiracy, so she's secretly working for a sub-conspiracy that wants to ''keep'' the rogue sub in play, just under a different captain.]]



* ''Series/{{Continuum}}'' [[spoiler: Everyone. Liber8 was created and sent back in time by 2077-Alec. Escher is an ex-Freelancer and the creator of CPS, the organization that Kira works for. Garza was hired by Liber8 to assassinate 2077-Alec who then hires her to go back and intimidate 2012-Alec. Julian, after being recruited by Liber8, arrested, reformed, then being intimidated by Kira becomes Theseus and impersonates Kagame in order to influence Lucas into hacking the city. Kellog, working for his own interests pits Sonya and Travis against each other, only to end up working for them when they team up again, then betrays them to the Freelancers and Kira to Escher. Curtis, a Liber8 member, after being shot by Kira shows up later as a Freelancer.]] And that's only what viewers know after the first two seasons.
* Nicholas Brody, a POW brought back after 8 years on ''Series/{{Homeland}}'' is suspected to be TheMole for Al Qaeda by CIA agent Carrie Matheson. [[spoiler: Turns out she's right, however the CIA manages to convince him to work for them in exchange for immunity after his attempted suicide bombing. It becomes unclear where his allegiance lies.]]

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* ''Series/{{Continuum}}'' [[spoiler: Everyone.[[spoiler:Everyone. Liber8 was created and sent back in time by 2077-Alec. Escher is an ex-Freelancer and the creator of CPS, the organization that Kira works for. Garza was hired by Liber8 to assassinate 2077-Alec who then hires her to go back and intimidate 2012-Alec. Julian, after being recruited by Liber8, arrested, reformed, then being intimidated by Kira becomes Theseus and impersonates Kagame in order to influence Lucas into hacking the city. Kellog, working for his own interests pits Sonya and Travis against each other, only to end up working for them when they team up again, then betrays them to the Freelancers and Kira to Escher. Curtis, a Liber8 member, after being shot by Kira shows up later as a Freelancer.]] And that's only what viewers know after the first two seasons.
* Nicholas Brody, a POW brought back after 8 years on ''Series/{{Homeland}}'' is suspected to be TheMole for Al Qaeda by CIA agent Carrie Matheson. [[spoiler: Turns [[spoiler:Turns out she's right, however the CIA manages to convince him to work for them in exchange for immunity after his attempted suicide bombing. It becomes unclear where his allegiance lies.]]



* On ''Series/TheMusketeers'', Rochefort was originally the Cardinal's spy in Spain, who was kept hostage, tortured, and then sent back to France to spy on them, however he has his own plans to [[spoiler: usurp the king and marry Queen Anne]].

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* On ''Series/TheMusketeers'', Rochefort was originally the Cardinal's spy in Spain, who was kept hostage, tortured, and then sent back to France to spy on them, however he has his own plans to [[spoiler: usurp [[spoiler:usurp the king and marry Queen Anne]].



* The Green Lady from ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' is working for four different Deathlords--one of whom [[CreepyCrossdresser is convinced she's secretly a man]]--as well as the Bureau of Destiny, and playing every last one of them off of the others. In fact, she's pulling such a convoluted, multilayered MemoryGambit that even ''she'' doesn't know whose side she's really on. [[spoiler: Her true loyalties lie with Heaven, but she may well end up helping to destroy the world before her gambit resolves itself.]]

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* The Green Lady from ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' is working for four different Deathlords--one of whom [[CreepyCrossdresser is convinced she's secretly a man]]--as well as the Bureau of Destiny, and playing every last one of them off of the others. In fact, she's pulling such a convoluted, multilayered MemoryGambit that even ''she'' doesn't know whose side she's really on. [[spoiler: Her [[spoiler:Her true loyalties lie with Heaven, but she may well end up helping to destroy the world before her gambit resolves itself.]]



* The above character's SpiritualSuccessor, [[spoiler: Alvin]] from ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'', is even ''worse.'' First, he seems to be on your side. Then, it's revealed he's done work for [[spoiler: Exodus, the group trying to assassinate Milla]]. He's also spying for [[spoiler: Gaius and the Chimeriad]], manipulating [[spoiler: Ivar]], and at one point he leaks information to [[spoiler: Muzet as well]]. This is less of a diabolical plot on his part and more of a natural impulse; [[spoiler: he was raised as a child spy.]]

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* The above character's SpiritualSuccessor, [[spoiler: Alvin]] [[spoiler:Alvin]] from ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'', is even ''worse.'' First, he seems to be on your side. Then, it's revealed he's done work for [[spoiler: Exodus, [[spoiler:Exodus, the group trying to assassinate Milla]]. He's also spying for [[spoiler: Gaius [[spoiler:Gaius and the Chimeriad]], manipulating [[spoiler: Ivar]], [[spoiler:Ivar]], and at one point he leaks information to [[spoiler: Muzet [[spoiler:Muzet as well]]. This is less of a diabolical plot on his part and more of a natural impulse; [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he was raised as a child spy.]]



* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has Axel in ''Chain of Memories'', working for Marluxia. [[spoiler: He betrays Marluxia for Zexion and Lexaeus]] and then ditches them to fend for himself - although ''358/2 Days'' reveals that [[spoiler:he was under Saix's orders the whole time]]. In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', he abandons the Organization after being ordered to eliminate Roxas, [[spoiler:kidnapping Kairi]], and ultimately [[spoiler:sacrificing himself to protect Sora]]. He plays for all teams.

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* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' has Axel in ''Chain of Memories'', working for Marluxia. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He betrays Marluxia for Zexion and Lexaeus]] and then ditches them to fend for himself - although ''358/2 Days'' reveals that [[spoiler:he was under Saix's orders the whole time]]. In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', he abandons the Organization after being ordered to eliminate Roxas, [[spoiler:kidnapping Kairi]], and ultimately [[spoiler:sacrificing himself to protect Sora]]. He plays for all teams.



* The Lost Archive DLC in VideoGame/AssassinsCreedRevelations reveals [[spoiler: Lucy to be one]].
* Harley Filben in VideoGame/DeusEx. He starts off as a UNATCO informant giving JC Denton information about the NSF. As it turns out, [[spoiler: he's working for then NSF. And near the end of the game, he reveals that he's actually part of the Illuminati, posing as an NSF agent.]] The funny thing is, every time he reveals a new identity, that's the side you happen to be working with at that part in time. He was on your side the whole time.

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* The Lost Archive DLC in VideoGame/AssassinsCreedRevelations reveals [[spoiler: Lucy [[spoiler:Lucy to be one]].
* Harley Filben in VideoGame/DeusEx. He starts off as a UNATCO informant giving JC Denton information about the NSF. As it turns out, [[spoiler: he's [[spoiler:he's working for then NSF. And near the end of the game, he reveals that he's actually part of the Illuminati, posing as an NSF agent.]] The funny thing is, every time he reveals a new identity, that's the side you happen to be working with at that part in time. He was on your side the whole time.



* ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield 3}}'' features [[spoiler: the BigBad]], who, it is revealed late in the game, is [[spoiler: actually an American agent provocateur]], which is why no one believes the main character's assertions that he's a bad guy. While it is entirely possible to look at the evidence and draw the same conclusion as the interrogators, the protagonist ultimately decides they're wrong and goes after him. [[spoiler: And he's right. The BigBad used his American contacts to cover up his terrorist dealings, and is only just barely stopped from nuking New York City by the protagonist.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield 3}}'' features [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the BigBad]], who, it is revealed late in the game, is [[spoiler: actually [[spoiler:actually an American agent provocateur]], which is why no one believes the main character's assertions that he's a bad guy. While it is entirely possible to look at the evidence and draw the same conclusion as the interrogators, the protagonist ultimately decides they're wrong and goes after him. [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And he's right. The BigBad used his American contacts to cover up his terrorist dealings, and is only just barely stopped from nuking New York City by the protagonist.]]



* Delita, TheChessmaster from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'' is allegedly a DoubleAgent working for the church in the Southern Sky forces, but he's also strategically feeding info to Ramza while sending bad intel to the Church. [[spoiler: In his case, he's ultimately a WildCard out for his own ambition. Acting as a Double Reverse Quadruple Agent allows him to stay out of the way while Ramza kills off the other players in the GambitPileup.]]

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* Delita, TheChessmaster from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'' is allegedly a DoubleAgent working for the church in the Southern Sky forces, but he's also strategically feeding info to Ramza while sending bad intel to the Church. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In his case, he's ultimately a WildCard out for his own ambition. Acting as a Double Reverse Quadruple Agent allows him to stay out of the way while Ramza kills off the other players in the GambitPileup.]]
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-->-- ''[[Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFOXHOUND The Last Days of FOXHOUND]]'', [[http://www.doctorshrugs.com/foxhound/comic.php?id=300 "Retroactive Conspiracy, Part II"]]

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-->-- ''[[Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFOXHOUND The Last Days of FOXHOUND]]'', ''Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFOXHOUND'', [[http://www.doctorshrugs.com/foxhound/comic.php?id=300 "Retroactive Conspiracy, Part II"]]



* The Green Lady from ''{{Exalted}}'' is working for four different Deathlords--one of whom [[CreepyCrossdresser is convinced she's secretly a man]]--as well as the Bureau of Destiny, and playing every last one of them off of the others. In fact, she's pulling such a convoluted, multilayered MemoryGambit that even ''she'' doesn't know whose side she's really on. [[spoiler: Her true loyalties lie with Heaven, but she may well end up helping to destroy the world before her gambit resolves itself.]]

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* The Green Lady from ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' is working for four different Deathlords--one of whom [[CreepyCrossdresser is convinced she's secretly a man]]--as well as the Bureau of Destiny, and playing every last one of them off of the others. In fact, she's pulling such a convoluted, multilayered MemoryGambit that even ''she'' doesn't know whose side she's really on. [[spoiler: Her true loyalties lie with Heaven, but she may well end up helping to destroy the world before her gambit resolves itself.]]
8th Jun '17 12:36:11 PM MisterVercetti
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* In ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour'', O'Brien is a prominent member of the Inner Party (essentially government top brass), but Winston gets the gut feeling that he's not as loyal to the Party as he should be. About midway through the novel, O'Brien seemingly confirms Winston's suspicion when he reveals himself to be a member of [[LaResistance the Brotherhood]] and brings Winston into the fold. But then even later, it turns out that O'Brien was not only loyal to the Party all along, but was also the mastermind behind Winston's capture by the Thought Police and would eventually be the one to carry out Winston's MindRape.
-->'''Winston:''' They got you too!\\
'''O'Brien:''' [[WhamLine They got me a long time ago.]]
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* Kaji is this ''Fanfic/NeonMetathesisEvangelion'' as much as in [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion canon]]. He works as inspector for the U.N., he works for Gendo, he works for the Japanese Ministry of the Interior, and at times also against all of those. Recently, he has even begun working for Kaworu in exchange for information. He already has pissed off or will piss off SEELE, Gendo and the JSSDF.
4th May '17 2:19:30 PM Gregzilla
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* [[spoiler:Tsuchimikado Motoharu]] from ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' is [[spoiler:the only magician-esper hybrid]] and is constantly switching between working for Aleister Crowley (and Academy City's dark side) and Necessarius. It's even hinted that he works for even more covert organizations, but [[ReliableTraitor he's being let off the hook]] for the time being. The best part is that everyone knows he's got multiple agendas and nobody knows who he really works for... but because of this he makes an excellent neutral middleman between all these organizations so he's left alone for the most part.

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* [[spoiler:Tsuchimikado Motoharu]] from ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' is [[spoiler:the only magician-esper hybrid]] and is constantly switching between working for Aleister Crowley (and Academy City's dark side) and Necessarius. It's even hinted that he works for even more covert organizations, but [[ReliableTraitor he's being let off the hook]] hook for the time being. The best part is that everyone knows he's got multiple agendas and nobody knows who he really works for... but because of this he makes an excellent neutral middleman between all these organizations so he's left alone for the most part.
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** Several spies gave intelligence that led Hitler to conclude that Normandy being the target was a deception and that Calais, located at the shortest distance across the Channel and also closer to targets in Germany itself, was the real target (one of the agents truthfully reported that Normandy was the target, but because his particular information stream to this point [[CryingWolf had been verified lies]] [[CassandraTruth the Germans took it as further evidence of a Calais landing]]). The resulting intelligence caused Hitler to keep his armored reserves concentrated at Calais until it was too late for the potential reserves to do anything meaningful. [[RefugeInAudacity These agents were notified by radio that they had been awarded the Iron Cross their services to Germany.]]

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** Several spies gave intelligence that led Hitler to conclude that Normandy being the target was a deception and that Calais, located at the shortest distance across the Channel and also closer to targets in Germany itself, was the real target (one of the agents truthfully reported that Normandy was the target, but because his particular information stream to this point [[CryingWolf had been verified lies]] [[CassandraTruth the Germans took it as further evidence of a Calais landing]]). The resulting intelligence caused Hitler to keep his armored reserves concentrated at Calais until it was too late for the potential reserves to do anything meaningful. [[RefugeInAudacity These agents were notified by radio that they had been awarded the Iron Cross for their services to Germany.]]
24th Apr '17 8:26:32 PM Golondrina
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* {{Trigun}}: Manga version of [[SexyPriest Nicholas D. Wolfwood]]. Part of every major faction in the series and [[MurderInc at least one minor one]]. Shot his [[EvilMentor teacher]] to join the [[CarnivalOfKillers Gung Ho Guns]] to subvert [[BigBad Knives']] plans for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, but also manipulated TheHero on behalf of the villains before and even after becoming emotionally invested in his well-being. Then turned on them after [[TheHero Vash]] was defeated and captured, and staged a jail break. [[DyingMomentOfAwesome Finally]] abandons everyone in favor of his primary allegiance: the kids at the orphanage where he spent the [[CrapsackWorld closest thing to]] a happy bit of his childhood.

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* {{Trigun}}: ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'': Manga version of [[SexyPriest Nicholas D. Wolfwood]]. Part of every major faction in the series and [[MurderInc at least one minor one]]. Shot his [[EvilMentor teacher]] to join the [[CarnivalOfKillers Gung Ho Guns]] to subvert [[BigBad Knives']] plans for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, but also manipulated TheHero on behalf of the villains before and even after becoming emotionally invested in his well-being. Then turned on them after [[TheHero Vash]] was defeated and captured, and staged a jail break. [[DyingMomentOfAwesome Finally]] abandons everyone in favor of his primary allegiance: the kids at the orphanage where he spent the [[CrapsackWorld closest thing to]] a happy bit of his childhood.



* Aruka Schild of Needless. She's introduced as a member of the resistance against Arklight. She appears to betray them, but was in fact working for Arklight as a double agent to obtain a data chip their leader possessed. When she appears again she makes several attempts to kill her brother Cruz, but mind bogglingly, also gives him help in secret, even going so far as to kill her own subordinates. Cruz is thoroughly confused by her contradictory actions. In their final encounter, Aruka reveals SHE was the one who hid the data chips in the first place, putting one in Cruz's head during a surgery he was having. Turns out all her murder attempts on her brother were so she wouldn't blow her cover while Arklight was watching and the help she gave in secret was to get Cruz, and the chip, as far away from harm and Arklight as possible. Sadly she is killed by Arklight as a traitor before she can heel-face turn, and the author never goes into further depth about her life of espionage and intrigue. How Aruka ended up under Arklight's thumb and what she was trying to accomplish would make a darn interesting spin-off story.

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* Aruka Schild of Needless.''Manga/{{Needless}}''. She's introduced as a member of the resistance against Arklight. She appears to betray them, but was in fact working for Arklight as a double agent to obtain a data chip their leader possessed. When she appears again she makes several attempts to kill her brother Cruz, but mind bogglingly, also gives him help in secret, even going so far as to kill her own subordinates. Cruz is thoroughly confused by her contradictory actions. In their final encounter, Aruka reveals SHE was the one who hid the data chips in the first place, putting one in Cruz's head during a surgery he was having. Turns out all her murder attempts on her brother were so she wouldn't blow her cover while Arklight was watching and the help she gave in secret was to get Cruz, and the chip, as far away from harm and Arklight as possible. Sadly she is killed by Arklight as a traitor before she can heel-face turn, and the author never goes into further depth about her life of espionage and intrigue. How Aruka ended up under Arklight's thumb and what she was trying to accomplish would make a darn interesting spin-off story.
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* In Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality Blaise Zabini is a ''[[UpToEleven quintuple]]'' agent. Who got [[LaserGuidedAmnesia Memory Charmed]] into thinking he's a quadruple agent. In a game with three sides. It was explicitly shown that the only reason he never became a sextuple agent was because he couldn't find anyone else to sell out to. He later makes this work for him: now that he's cultured his particular image, at a time when Slytherin House is divided in twain, with battle lines drawn, he sits ''in the middle.''

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* In Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality ''Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'' Blaise Zabini is a ''[[UpToEleven quintuple]]'' agent. Who got [[LaserGuidedAmnesia Memory Charmed]] into thinking he's a quadruple agent. In a game with three sides. It was explicitly shown that the only reason he never became a sextuple agent was because he couldn't find anyone else to sell out to. He later makes this work for him: now that he's cultured his particular image, at a time when Slytherin House is divided in twain, with battle lines drawn, he sits ''in the middle.''



* On Series/PowerRangersDinoForce, the white ranger starts of as a villain, but eventually becomes this (and/or a HeelFaceRevolvingDoor). He later splits into ''two'' white rangers, one good and the other evil, who later [[ThereCanOnlyBeOne battle to the death one on one]].

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* On Series/PowerRangersDinoForce, ''Series/PowerRangersDinoForce'', the white ranger starts of as a villain, but eventually becomes this (and/or a HeelFaceRevolvingDoor). He later splits into ''two'' white rangers, one good and the other evil, who later [[ThereCanOnlyBeOne battle to the death one on one]].
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** Several spies gave intelligence that led Hitler to conclude that Normandy being the target was a deception and that Calais, located at the shortest distance across the Channel and is also closer to Germany, was the real target (one of the agents truthfully reported that Normandy was the target, but because his particular information stream to this point [[CryingWolf had been verified lies]] [[CassandraTruth the Germans took it as further evidence of a Calais landing]]). The resulting intelligence caused Hitler to keep his armored reserves concentrated at Calais until it was too late for the potential reserves to do anything meaningful. [[RefugeInAudacity These agents were notified by radio that they had been awarded the Iron Cross their services to Germany.]]

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** Several spies gave intelligence that led Hitler to conclude that Normandy being the target was a deception and that Calais, located at the shortest distance across the Channel and is also closer to Germany, targets in Germany itself, was the real target (one of the agents truthfully reported that Normandy was the target, but because his particular information stream to this point [[CryingWolf had been verified lies]] [[CassandraTruth the Germans took it as further evidence of a Calais landing]]). The resulting intelligence caused Hitler to keep his armored reserves concentrated at Calais until it was too late for the potential reserves to do anything meaningful. [[RefugeInAudacity These agents were notified by radio that they had been awarded the Iron Cross their services to Germany.]]
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** Several spies gave intelligence that led Hitler to conclude that Normandy being the target was a deception and that Calais, located at the shortest distance across the Channel and is also closer to Germany, was the real target (one of the agents truthfully reported that Normandy was the target, but because his particular information stream to this point [[CryingWolf had been complete lies]] [[CassandraTruth the Germans took it as further evidence of a Calais landing]]). The resulting intelligence caused Hitler to keep his armored reserves concentrated at Calais until it was too late for the potential reserves to do anything meaningful. [[RefugeInAudacity These agents were notified by radio that they had been awarded the Iron Cross their services to Germany.]]

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** Several spies gave intelligence that led Hitler to conclude that Normandy being the target was a deception and that Calais, located at the shortest distance across the Channel and is also closer to Germany, was the real target (one of the agents truthfully reported that Normandy was the target, but because his particular information stream to this point [[CryingWolf had been complete verified lies]] [[CassandraTruth the Germans took it as further evidence of a Calais landing]]). The resulting intelligence caused Hitler to keep his armored reserves concentrated at Calais until it was too late for the potential reserves to do anything meaningful. [[RefugeInAudacity These agents were notified by radio that they had been awarded the Iron Cross their services to Germany.]]
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