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13th Oct '17 12:35:22 PM Nepeta
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* This happens in ''[[LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} Who Killed Markiplier]]'' in a very meta way. You start out as the new district attorney at a poker night. Everything's fun and well, but, you guessed it, Markiplier's murdered. At the end of chapter three, the seer Celine and mayor Damien end up trapped in what seems to be Dark's dimension, and you awake some time later. The Colonel, who has already started becoming Wilford, finds you, still haolding Damien's cane in his hands, but then starts frantically searching for Damien and disappears. You take the cane he just left, look up in the mirror as it breaks and you...turn out to be Darkiplier all along.

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* This happens in ''[[LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} Who Killed Markiplier]]'' in a very meta way. You start out as the new district attorney at a poker night. Everything's fun and well, but, you guessed it, Markiplier's murdered. At the end of chapter three, the seer Celine and mayor Damien end up trapped in what seems to be Dark's dimension, and you awake some time later. The Colonel, who has already started becoming Wilford, finds you, still haolding holding Damien's cane in his hands, but then starts frantically searching for Damien and disappears. You take the cane he just left, look up in the mirror as it breaks and you...turn out to be Darkiplier all along.
13th Oct '17 12:34:19 PM Nepeta
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* This happens in ''[[LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} Who Killed Markiplier]]'' in a very meta way. You start out as the new district attorney at a poker night. Everything's fun and well, but, you guessed it, Markiplier's murdered. At the end of chapter three, the seer Celine and mayor Damien end up trapped in what seems to be Dark's dimension, and you awake some time later. The Colonel, who has already started becoming Wilford, finds you, still haolding Damien's cane in his hands, but then starts frantically searching for Damien and disappears. You take the cane he just left, look up in the mirror as it breaks and you...turn out to be Darkiplier all along.
1st Sep '17 6:24:07 PM Paulo_Farias
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': This trope encompasses ''every enemy in the game, ever''. As the game's main theme is about rebelling against a corrupt society, your team of Phantom Thieves must fight seemingly-lovable paragons of society who are actually corrupt to the core. The mooks consist of security guards, knights, and other civil enforcers who, when unmasked, reveal literal demons inside. Every boss consists of the inner persona of a well-respected member of society with a DarkSecret, from ParentalAbuse to CoruptCorporateExecutive to EvilIsSexy [[spoiler:Technically she's part of a good person, but is the self-destructive subconscious hatred that is slowly tearing that person apart - and is sexy as hell]] to PresidentEvil and beyond. They threw in a mole for good measure. And the final boss [[spoiler:locked Igor in a closet and dressed himself up like him to make him look evil in this game]]. From a meta viewpoint, that's outright ''devious''.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': This trope encompasses ''every enemy in the game, ever''. As the game's main theme is about rebelling against a corrupt society, your team of Phantom Thieves must fight seemingly-lovable paragons of society who are actually corrupt to the core. The mooks consist of security guards, knights, and other civil enforcers who, when unmasked, reveal literal demons inside. Every boss consists of the inner persona of a well-respected member of society with a DarkSecret, from ParentalAbuse to CoruptCorporateExecutive CorruptCorporateExecutive to EvilIsSexy [[spoiler:Technically she's part of a good person, but is the self-destructive subconscious hatred that is slowly tearing that person apart - and is sexy as hell]] to PresidentEvil and beyond. They threw in a mole for good measure. And the final boss [[spoiler:locked Igor in a closet and dressed himself up like him to make him look evil in this game]]. From a meta viewpoint, that's outright ''devious''.
17th Aug '17 5:03:03 PM LSBK
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode ''[[Recap/StevenUniverseS4E19RoomForRuby Room For Ruby]]'', [[spoiler: Navy, the Ruby Squad member that seemed the nicest and least malicious of the five turns out to be a lying, manipulative sadist with a sugary personality. She fakes defecting to Earth and gets in the good graces with Steven and Peridot (while Lapis remains suspicious), all so she can steal back her ship and rub it in Steven's face. Steven did lie to her, trick her and [[ThrownOutTheAirlock space her]], but while Steven did it out of necessity, Navy took a perverse pleasure in her actions.]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode ''[[Recap/StevenUniverseS4E19RoomForRuby Room For Ruby]]'', [[spoiler: Navy, the Ruby Squad member that seemed the nicest and least malicious of the five turns out to be a lying, manipulative sadist with a sugary personality. She fakes defecting to Earth and gets in the good graces with Steven and Peridot (while Lapis remains suspicious), all so she can steal back her ship and rub it in Steven's face. Steven did lie to her, trick her and [[ThrownOutTheAirlock space her]], but while Steven did it out of necessity, Navy took a perverse pleasure in her actions.]]
2nd Aug '17 10:31:49 AM Rorosilky5
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** Magolor from ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' is another example. He asked Kirby and his friends for help repairing his ship and then defeating an evil dragon called Landia, but it ultimately turns out that Landia wasn't evil at all, and Magolor lied to the heroes so he could get his hands on the [[ArtifactOfDoom Master Crown]] that Landia was guarding and use its power for... yep, world domination.

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** Magolor from ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' is another example. He asked Kirby and his friends for help repairing his ship and then defeating an evil dragon called Landia, but it ultimately turns out that Landia wasn't evil at all, and Magolor lied to the heroes so he could get his hands on the [[ArtifactOfDoom Master Crown]] that Landia was guarding and use its power for... yep, world domination. Thankfully, he [[HeelFaceTurn reformed]] as of ''Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition'', unlike [[KilledOffForReal Marx.]]
29th Jul '17 11:31:46 PM NVPOWER
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11th Jul '17 4:15:27 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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** And it seems that [[spoiler: Grand Priest, the first servant of Zenos, is also this.]]
1st Jul '17 1:23:13 PM SilverFang
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* ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}'' has Shiklah. WordOfGod, Gerry Duggan says he received complaints about how evil Shiklah sometimes acted to Deadpool, and how he was ruining their relationship. He states that he reminds people that Shiklah is a demon at the end of the day, and that she did try to kill Deadpool when she first met him -he was just spared by his HealingFactor. Editor Jordan White also mentions how fans seem to think that Shiklah changed, but states she never did, so much as Deadpool married her without fully knowing her -mentioning that they married after their first date. he also classifies Shiklah as Ellie's WickedStepMother.

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* ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}'' has Shiklah. WordOfGod, Gerry Duggan says he received complaints about how evil Shiklah sometimes acted to Deadpool, and how he was ruining their relationship. He states that he reminds people that Shiklah is a demon at the end of the day, demon, and that she did try to kill Deadpool when she first met him -he was just spared by his HealingFactor. Editor Jordan White White, via social media, also mentions how fans seem to think that Shiklah changed, but states she never did, so much as Deadpool married her without fully knowing her -mentioning that they married after their first date. he also classifies has always been evil. He says Shiklah as Ellie's WickedStepMother.only seemed more sweet and innocent during The Gauntlet series because she was new to the modern world, thus more naive to how everything worked, thus she had an infant curiosity and excitement to things.
5th Jun '17 2:10:55 PM SilverFang
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* ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}'' has Shiklah. WordOfGod, Gerry Duggan says he received complaints about how evil Shiklah sometimes acted to Deadpool, and how he was ruining their relationship. He states that he reminds people that Shiklah is a demon at the end of the day, and that she did try to kill Deadpool when she first met him -he was just spared by his HealingFactor. Editor Jordan White also mentions how fans seem to think that Shiklah changed, but states she never did, so much as Deadpool married her without fully knowing her -mentioning that they married after their first date. he also classifies Shiklah as Ellie's WickedStepMother.

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* ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}'' has Shiklah. WordOfGod, Gerry Duggan says he received complaints about how evil Shiklah sometimes acted to Deadpool, and how he was ruining their relationship. He states that he reminds people that Shiklah is a demon at the end of the day, and that she did try to kill Deadpool when she first met him -he was just spared by his HealingFactor. Editor Jordan White also mentions how fans seem to think that Shiklah changed, but states she never did, so much as Deadpool married her without fully knowing her -mentioning that they married after their first date. he also classifies Shiklah as Ellie's WickedStepMother.




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* ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}'' has Shiklah. WordOfGod, Gerry Duggan says he received complaints about how evil Shiklah sometimes acted to Deadpool, and how he was ruining their relationship. He states that he reminds people that Shiklah is a demon at the end of the day, and that she did try to kill Deadpool when she first met him -he was just spared by his HealingFactor. Editor Jordan White also mentions how fans seem to think that Shiklah changed, but states she never did, so much as Deadpool married her without fully knowing her -mentioning that they married after their first date. he also classifies Shiklah as Ellie's WickedStepMother.
5th Jun '17 2:09:46 PM SilverFang
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* ''{{Comicbook/Deadpool}}'' has Shiklah. WordOfGod, Gerry Duggan says he received complaints about how evil Shiklah sometimes acted to Deadpool, and how he was ruining their relationship. He states that he reminds people that Shiklah is a demon at the end of the day, and that she did try to kill Deadpool when she first met him -he was just spared by his HealingFactor. Editor Jordan White also mentions how fans seem to think that Shiklah changed, but states she never did, so much as Deadpool married her without fully knowing her -mentioning that they married after their first date. he also classifies Shiklah as Ellie's WickedStepMother.


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