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17th May '18 7:10:43 AM Sapphirea2
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* Starting with ''Windmills of the Gods'', Creator/SidneySheldon became fond of this trope; between that and the ten novels that followed, seven of them involve ''at least'' one character who turns out to be this, serving as the BigBad or the Big Bad's accomplice. ''The Doomsday Conspiracy'' and ''The Sky Is Falling'' have '''many''' characters who fall under this trope, though the former also has a GoodAllAlong character to compensate.

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* Starting with ''Windmills of the Gods'', Creator/SidneySheldon became fond of this trope; between that and the ten novels that followed, seven of them involve ''at least'' one character who turns out to be this, serving as the BigBad or the Big Bad's accomplice. ''The Doomsday Conspiracy'' and ''The Sky Is Falling'' have '''many''' characters who fall under this trope, though the former also has a GoodAllAlong character to compensate. An eighth book, ''Tell Me Your Dreams'', has the '''heroine''' turn out to have an alternate personality that's "stalking" her and gruesomely murdering men, making her a debatable case of this trope.
17th May '18 7:06:43 AM Sapphirea2
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* Starting with ''Windmills of the Gods'', Creator/SidneySheldon became fond of this trope; between that and the ten novels that followed, seven of them involve ''at least'' one character who turns out to be this, serving as the BigBad or the Big Bad's accomplice. ''The Doomsday Conspiracy'' and ''The Sky Is Falling'' have '''many''' characters who fall under this trope, though the former also has a GoodAllAlong character to compensate.
17th May '18 5:07:13 AM AnotherEpicFail
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* ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'': during Issue #7, players are introduced to a sexy Russian super-spy apparently acting as the Council of Venice's representative in the field; though she's a little dead-set on you doing all the work, she's still helpful enough to blow up the Orochi forces at the dam for you, and she seems a little bit much of a pastiche of [[Franchise/JamesBond Bond girls]] to really be threatening... right up until the Russian stabs you in the back with a syringe. Turns out she's not a Council agent at all, and was only tagging along so you could help her find Emma. [[spoiler: And the real name of the agent? ''' ''[[HumanoidAbomination Lilith]].'' ''']]
7th May '18 5:07:47 PM pidget_spinner
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-->--'''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic''', ''Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunksChipwrecked'' review

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-->--'''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic''', ''Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunksChipwrecked'' "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked'' review
7th May '18 5:05:27 PM pidget_spinner
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-->--'''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic''', "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" review

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-->--'''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic''', "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" ''Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunksChipwrecked'' review
7th May '18 5:04:40 PM pidget_spinner
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-->--''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic'', "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" review

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-->--''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic'', -->--'''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic''', "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" review
23rd Apr '18 11:00:04 PM pidget_spinner
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->''"So Zoe's a villain now, hmm? I've had bigger twists with my lemon in my rum and coke...with no lemon, but hell, let's just go with it."''
-->--''WebVideo/NostalgiaCritic'', "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" review
15th Apr '18 2:09:28 PM CombativeBoil
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has you mainly battling people who encompass VillainWithGoodPublicity, as they're all in positions of authority, and due to a combination of societal corruption and their own guile, maintain a positive public image. Some of such villains, such as Suguru Kamoshida, [[spoiler:Masayoshi Shido]], and most of the Mementos targets, are clearly shown to be despicable from the outset despite having their reputations protect them. However, there are some villains who do a better job of maintaining a friendly facade before being exposed, such as Ichiryusai Madarame [[spoiler:and the traitor, Goro Akechi, who presented himself as a SympatheticInspectorAntagonist before being revealed to be a SerialKiller furthering a devious agenda.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has you mainly battling people who encompass VillainWithGoodPublicity, as they're all in positions of authority, and due to a combination of societal corruption and their own guile, maintain a positive public image. Some of such villains, such as Suguru Kamoshida, [[spoiler:Masayoshi Shido]], Masayoshi Shido, and most of the Mementos targets, are clearly shown to be despicable from the outset despite having their reputations protect them. However, there are some villains who do a better job of maintaining a friendly facade before being exposed, such as Ichiryusai Madarame [[spoiler:and and the traitor, Goro Akechi, who presented himself as a SympatheticInspectorAntagonist before being revealed to be a SerialKiller furthering a devious agenda.]]agenda. The real kicker, however, comes with the TrueFinalBoss, Yaldabaoth, who imprisoned Igor and impersonated him throughout ''the entire game'', pretending to be the BigGood and your guide while being the very embodiment of the authoritarianism you're fighting against.
15th Apr '18 2:07:30 PM CombativeBoil
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has you mainly battling people who encompass VillainWithGoodPublicity, as they're all in positions of authority, and due to a combination of societal corruption and their own guile, maintain a positive public image. Some of such villains, such as Suguru Kamoshida and [[spoiler:Masayoshi Shido]], and most of the Mementos targets, are clearly shown to be despicable from the outset despite having their reputations protect them. However, there are some villains who do a better job of maintaining a friendly facade before being exposed, such as Ichiryusai Madarame and [[spoiler:and the traitor, Goro Akechi, who presented himself as a SympatheticInspectorAntagonist before being revealed to be a SerialKiller furthering a devious agenda.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has you mainly battling people who encompass VillainWithGoodPublicity, as they're all in positions of authority, and due to a combination of societal corruption and their own guile, maintain a positive public image. Some of such villains, such as Suguru Kamoshida and Kamoshida, [[spoiler:Masayoshi Shido]], and most of the Mementos targets, are clearly shown to be despicable from the outset despite having their reputations protect them. However, there are some villains who do a better job of maintaining a friendly facade before being exposed, such as Ichiryusai Madarame and [[spoiler:and the traitor, Goro Akechi, who presented himself as a SympatheticInspectorAntagonist before being revealed to be a SerialKiller furthering a devious agenda.]]
15th Apr '18 2:06:36 PM CombativeBoil
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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 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''.

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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 5}}'' has you mainly battling people who are actually corrupt to the core. The mooks consist encompass VillainWithGoodPublicity, as they're all in positions of security guards, knights, authority, and other civil enforcers who, when unmasked, reveal literal demons inside. Every boss consists due to a combination of societal corruption and their own guile, maintain a positive public image. Some of such villains, such as Suguru Kamoshida and [[spoiler:Masayoshi Shido]], and most of the inner persona of a well-respected member of society with a DarkSecret, Mementos targets, are clearly shown to be despicable from ParentalAbuse to 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 - outset despite having their reputations protect them. However, there are some villains who do a better job of maintaining a friendly facade before being exposed, such as Ichiryusai Madarame and is sexy as hell]] to PresidentEvil and beyond. They threw in a mole for good measure. And [[spoiler:and the final boss [[spoiler:locked Igor in a closet and dressed traitor, Goro Akechi, who presented himself up like him as a SympatheticInspectorAntagonist before being revealed to make him look evil in this game]]. From be a meta viewpoint, that's outright ''devious''.SerialKiller furthering a devious agenda.]]
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