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29th Jun '16 8:17:36 AM Shadowgazer
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* Joe Keller of Arthur Miller's ''All My Sons'' is a warm, likable, friendly fellow who genuinely loves his son and his wife. He also [[spoiler: deliberately sold defective parts to the Airforce that got 21 pilots killed and framed his partner for it. Eventually, his justifications get broken down and he kills himself offstage at the end of the show]].
22nd Jun '16 3:38:45 PM BlackSunNocturne
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** [[EvilOverlord Arthas]], [[TheNecromancer the Lich King]] of all people. When Arthas was young his horse Invincible was severely injured. Unable to heal him Arthas killed him to end his pain. This event left a major impact on Arthas and inspired him to become a paladin. After losing his soul and killing his father, the first thing Arthas did was run to Invincible's grave and brought the horse back to life. When the Scourge attacked the Sunwell and Arthas did battle with Anasterian Sunstrider, Anasterian cut off Invincible's forelegs to dismount Arthas. Arthas was ''horrified'' at the sight of Invincible desperately trying to rise to his feet as it brought back memories of the wound that took Invincible from him the first time. This made Arthas go ''[[UnstoppableRage completely berserk]]''. Even Sylvanas couldn't help but notice that it looked like that Arthas was human again for a brief moment. Even after becoming the Lich King he kept Invincible by his side. Make zero mistake about it, even after killing his own flesh and blood Arthas ''loved'' that horse. A straighter example in that he kept {{Tragic Keepsake}}s such as his old Training Sword, Silver Hand Badge[[note]]Uther the Lightbringer[[/note]], and Jaina's locket, as revealed from a special drop from him in 25-man Heroic.
17th Jun '16 6:11:24 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'': [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds H.G Wells]]-even after 110 years, the only thing she genuinely cares and mourns for is her daughter, Christina.

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* ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'': [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds H.G Wells]]-even Wells]] -- even after 110 years, the only thing she genuinely cares and mourns for is her daughter, Christina.Christina.
* ''Series/WynonnaEarp'' eventually reveals that this trope is the cause of the [[HereditaryCurse Earp Curse]]: [[spoiler: because Wyatt Earp killed the Stone Witch's sons, her demon husband laid the curse on Wyatt and all his descendants.]]
15th Jun '16 6:39:17 PM Thesedaysthosedays
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** But double subverted in a later episode, when Crowley does decide to take on the role of a caring father for Gavin, and tries to figure out how he may help his FishOutOfTemporalWater son find a place in the world.
14th Jun '16 4:15:49 PM SayaAensland
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-->[[spoiler:'''Elder Princess Shroob:''' AND MY SISTER... MY DEAR, SWEET, BEAUTIFUL SISTER... I WILL AVENGE HER!]]

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-->[[spoiler:'''Elder --->[[spoiler:'''Elder Princess Shroob:''' AND MY SISTER... MY DEAR, SWEET, BEAUTIFUL SISTER... I WILL AVENGE HER!]]
11th Jun '16 7:20:24 AM Shadowgazer
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* Bill, [[spoiler: Beatrix]]/The Bride and Vernita from ''Film/KillBill'' are all merciless murderers as well as loving parents. Also, Budd's sword has the inscription: "To My Brother Budd, The Only Man I Ever Loved. Bill"

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* ** Bill, [[spoiler: Beatrix]]/The Bride and Vernita from ''Film/KillBill'' are all merciless murderers as well as loving parents. Also, Budd's sword has the inscription: "To My Brother Budd, The Only Man I Ever Loved. Bill"



* When [[spoiler:Candie]] is killed by [[spoiler:Schultz]] in ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', [[spoiler:Stephen, his head house slave and father-figure, and arguably the most villainous character in the film, bursts out screaming and rushes to his side, cradling his body in his arms.]]

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* ** When [[spoiler:Candie]] is killed by [[spoiler:Schultz]] in ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', [[spoiler:Stephen, his head house slave and father-figure, and arguably the most villainous character in the film, bursts out screaming and rushes to his side, cradling his body in his arms.]]
10th Jun '16 5:45:33 PM MinisterOfSinister
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** This was present in the prequel comic ''StartOfDarkness'', most notably between Redcloak and his brother Right-Eye. [[spoiler:At one point, Redcloak chooses to side with Xykon over his brother, but comes to deeply regret that decision afterwards, and he still regrets it in the comic proper. He's since tied himself to his MissionFromGod at the wrist because [[SunkenCostFallacy abandoning it would mean that]] [[AllForNothing he killed his brother for no reason]], which Xykon points out and rubs in his face.]] Further, the reason Redcloak is working with Xykon in the first place is that [[spoiler:paladins from Azure City killed everyone in his village, including his mentor, his parents and [[WouldHurtAChild his little kid sister]], which has left him with a lasting vendetta against humanity, Azure City in particular, and a seething hatred of paladins.]]

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** This was present in the prequel comic ''StartOfDarkness'', most notably between Redcloak and his brother Right-Eye. [[spoiler:At one point, Redcloak chooses to side with Xykon over his brother, but comes to deeply regret that decision afterwards, and he still regrets it in the comic proper. He's since tied himself to his MissionFromGod at the wrist because [[SunkenCostFallacy [[SunkCostFallacy abandoning it would mean that]] [[AllForNothing he killed his brother for no reason]], which Xykon points out and rubs in his face.]] Further, the reason Redcloak is working with Xykon in the first place is that [[spoiler:paladins from Azure City killed everyone in his village, including his mentor, his parents and [[WouldHurtAChild his little kid sister]], which has left him with a lasting vendetta against humanity, Azure City in particular, and a seething hatred of paladins.]]paladins]].
6th Jun '16 5:22:56 AM Morgenthaler
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** ''OverlordII'' stars the son of the previous Overlord, after said Overlord vanished at the end of ''Overlord: Raising Hell'' (while his mistress was pregnant). He has one childhood friend Kelda, who in turn becomes his first mistress. Even in the stage of the game when both are children, Kelda is the only character who likes the Witch-Boy and doesn't treat him like the EnfantTerrible he is, instead trying to protect him from bullying while developing a crush on him.

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** ''OverlordII'' * ''VideoGame/OverlordII'' stars the son of the previous Overlord, after said Overlord vanished at the end of ''Overlord: Raising Hell'' (while his mistress was pregnant). He has one childhood friend Kelda, who in turn becomes his first mistress. Even in the stage of the game when both are children, Kelda is the only character who likes the Witch-Boy and doesn't treat him like the EnfantTerrible he is, instead trying to protect him from bullying while developing a crush on him.
5th Jun '16 3:18:06 PM gwarnage
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* ''Film/FreddysDeadTheFinalNightmare'': "It wasn't my fault...You saw what they did to me when I was a kid. You saw. I loved you and your mother. I tried so hard to be good...But when they took you from me, it wasn't right." - Freddy Krueger to his daughter Maggie Burroughs A.K.A. Kathryn Krueger.
4th Jun '16 3:51:03 PM Fireblood
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* ''Literature/TheSilerianTrilogy'': Kiloran's one redeeming quality seems to be the fact he cares about his son, swearing revenge on Tansen [[spoiler: after he kills him.]]
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