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24th Apr '16 3:53:05 AM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/ThisImmortal'', everyone assumes Cort Myshtigo to be one. He's from an influential family, acts rudely, ignores whoever he wants, disregards Conrad's instructions and still expects the latter to save him and guard his life. [[spoiler:It is later revealed that Myshtigo was an superb actor and considered this assignment his last great role, all while he was dying of some incurable disease.]]
4th Apr '16 11:13:30 AM Forenperser
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* Happens basically every second time the ''Comicbook/XMen'' save somebody. They are getting racial slurs thrown at them and are expected to save the same people.
22nd Mar '16 4:25:55 PM zealots
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* ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' gives us Peter Ludlow, a fairly stock CorruptCorporateExecutive who views all the dinosaurs on Isla Sorna as his company's personal property and disregards the wishes of his uncle John Hammond to go after them.
6th Mar '16 7:18:23 AM KizunaTallis
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* [[ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}} The Plutonian]] is faced with a man who complains his boat was damaged in a pirate attack the Plutonium just prevented. This total EntitledBastard so infuriated the Superman-like character, the Plutonian flew to the moon, to get the first peace and quiet he'd had for years. Then drama pursued.

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* [[ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}} The Plutonian]] is ''ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}'': A flashback showed the Plutonian being faced with a man who complains complained that his boat was damaged in a pirate attack the Plutonium just prevented. This total EntitledBastard so infuriated the Superman-like character, guy ended up annoying the Plutonian (who was already having a rough day) to the point that he flew to the moon, moon just to get the first a few minutes of peace and quiet he'd had for years. Then drama pursued.quiet. And then the events that would kickstart Plutonian's StartOfDarkness happened...
1st Mar '16 9:44:43 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''FanFic/RosarioVampireBrightestDarkness Act VI'': From chapter 27 onwards, when Arial Kuyumaya accepts her role as Dark's guardian angel/mother figure and nothing more after spending most of her screentime being an AxCrazy {{Yandere}} over him, she becomes this to Mizore, demanding that Mizore actually shows her respect before she even considers giving her her blessing to marry Dark; considering the fact that Arial had previously savagely [[WolverineClaws clawed]] Mizore into LudicrousGibs in a jealous rage[[note]]Mizore was subsequently healed by Ceal[[/note]], stole her engagement ring right off of her hand while issuing death threats in the middle of the night, and is continuing to be nothing but a {{Jerkass}} to her despite all of Mizore's attempts to bond with her, and even after Mizore saved her ungrateful life, it's been pointed out at least once that Arial has done ''nothing'' to deserve respect from Mizore.

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* ''FanFic/RosarioVampireBrightestDarkness Act VI'': From chapter 27 onwards, when Arial Kuyumaya she accepts her role as Dark's guardian angel/mother figure and nothing more after spending most of her screentime being an AxCrazy {{Yandere}} over him, she becomes this to Mizore, demanding that Mizore actually shows her respect before she even considers giving her her blessing to marry Dark; considering the fact that Arial had previously savagely [[WolverineClaws clawed]] Mizore into LudicrousGibs in a jealous rage[[note]]Mizore was subsequently healed by Ceal[[/note]], stole her engagement ring right off of her hand while issuing death threats in the middle of the night, and is continuing to be nothing but a {{Jerkass}} to her despite all of Mizore's attempts to bond with her, and even after Mizore saved her ungrateful life, it's been pointed out at least once that Arial has done ''nothing'' to deserve respect from Mizore.
30th Dec '15 10:26:51 PM DarkStarling
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** It's implied that there was probably some mind control or other manipulation applied to him in order to make life hell for our heroes in a subtle way.
9th Dec '15 11:04:01 PM Nintendoman01
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'', Frieza offers Vegeta a high-ranking position back in his army if he kills Goku for him. Despite the fact that Frieza slaughtered Vegeta's entire species, destroyed his homeworld, belittled him at every turn while Vegeta served him, and tortured him to death for fun back on Namek, he's genuinely shocked when Vegeta shoots his offer down in favor of killing him. Vegeta even lampshades it:
-->'''Vegeta''': Use your head. Do you honestly think I would stay loyal to you after you blew up the planet I was destined to rule?!
1st Dec '15 12:03:04 PM SinDustries
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* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'':
**In episode six, Gen. Lane all but demands Supergirl's help testing out the Red Tornado android, [[NeverMyFault blames her when things go pear-shaped]], and doesn't thank her when she saves his life (along with Jimmy's and his daughter Lucy's). [[spoiler: It's discovered later in the episode that Red Tornado was developed to deal with Kryptonians like Kara and her cousin, and that the general was actually field-testing it against her with the intention of deploying it against Superman.]] What really sets him up for this is when he gets told by his daughter that he is wrong about her relationship with Jimmy holding her back, he has no HeelRealization, no VillainousBreakdown, no MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment. He just says he hopes she realizes her mistake before her entire life has passed her by. A bastard par excellence.
** Cat's mother also counts for a pure Muggle example. She has no interaction with any super or metahuman, but she does put Cat down from the moment she enters to the moment she leaves and expects Cat to take it. [[spoiler: Cat doesn't, tells her mother off, and defends Kara's on-the-job skill, if for no other reason than she feels she is the only one entitled to talk down to Kara.]]
20th Nov '15 1:16:03 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' contains a similar example in the form of Delphine and Esbern. Despite being Blades, whose role is to serve the Dragonborn (i.e. you), they are perfectly happy to give you orders, disbelieve your findings, and expect you to be obedient to their every whim. They go so far as to demand that you [[spoiler:kill Paarthurnax for them, the dragon Master of the Greybeards who has spent the last three thousand years waiting for you, teaching the Way of the Voice, suppressing his nature to help overcome his inborn urge to dominate. The dragon who was instrumental in your defeat of Alduin the World-Eater, who willingly helps you learn a Shout that the Greybeards call the essence of pure hatred (Dragonrend). And who has been protected from harm by the Greybeards and by the Emperors that the Blades served for the last few thousand years]]. And they refuse to help you until you do what they tell you to do. Many players seem to enjoy making Delphine and Esbern suffer a humiliating death for such an affront. Delphine and Esbern justify this by claiming that [[spoiler:Paarthurnax's draconic instinct to dominate (which even Paarthurnax will admit are as strong as ever) makes him too dangerous to be allowed to live. Esbern also states that justice demands that Paarthurnax answer for the crimes he committed as Alduin's former right-hand.]] Even [[spoiler:Paarthurnax himself]] will acknowledge that they are right not to trust him.

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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' contains a similar example in the form of Delphine and Esbern. Despite being Blades, whose role is to serve the Dragonborn (i.e. you), they are perfectly happy to give you orders, disbelieve your findings, and expect you to be obedient to their every whim. They go so far as to demand that you [[spoiler:kill Paarthurnax for them, the dragon Master of the Greybeards who has spent the last three thousand years waiting for you, teaching the Way of the Voice, suppressing his nature to help overcome his inborn urge to dominate. The dragon who was instrumental in your defeat of Alduin the World-Eater, who willingly helps you learn a Shout that the Greybeards call the essence of pure hatred (Dragonrend). And was specifically meant to take down dragons (the Dragonrend), and who has been protected from harm by the Greybeards and by the Emperors that the Blades served for the last few thousand years]]. And they refuse to help you until you do what they tell you to do. Many players seem to enjoy making Delphine and Esbern suffer a humiliating death for such an affront. Delphine and Esbern justify this by claiming that [[spoiler:Paarthurnax's draconic instinct to dominate (which even Paarthurnax will admit are as strong as ever) makes him too dangerous to be allowed to live. Esbern also states that justice demands that Paarthurnax answer for the crimes he committed as Alduin's former right-hand.]] Even [[spoiler:Paarthurnax himself]] will acknowledge that they are right not to trust him.
9th Nov '15 5:05:27 PM KingNine
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* Sandorst from ''ComicBook/TheAutumnlandsToothAndClaw''. The city is in ruins so he orders a salvage in order to build a comfortable lounge '''for himself''' while the rest of the citizens huddle in the cold wreckage.
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