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27th Apr '16 5:21:48 AM User247
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* {{Yandere}} is the evil counterpart of {{Tsundere}}.
27th Apr '16 3:20:19 AM User247
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* {{Yandere}} is the evil counterpart of {{Tsundere}}

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* {{Yandere}} is the evil counterpart of {{Tsundere}}{{Tsundere}}.
27th Apr '16 3:19:47 AM User247
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* {{Yandere}} is the evil counterpart of {{Tsundere}}
10th Apr '16 4:10:25 PM naal2
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Often a DarkMagicalGirl; contrast with the WorthyOpponent. Applied to an entire team, they are ThePsychoRangers. Applied to an entire race, they are an EvilCounterpartRace.

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Often a DarkMagicalGirl; contrast with the WorthyOpponent. Applied to an entire team, they are ThePsychoRangers. Applied to an entire race, they are an EvilCounterpartRace.
EvilCounterpartRace. This trope is not to be confused with the ShadowArchetype, but the two can overlap.
17th Mar '16 4:08:11 PM Vir
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* ActuallyFourMooks is the evil counterpart of PartyInMyPocket.
15th Mar '16 8:10:11 PM Pastykake
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Frequently, the Evil Counterpart is the character equivalent of ForWantOfANail: he represents what [[TheDarkSide our hero could have become]] as a result of a very small change in his {{backstory}}. They also save creators the trouble of thinking up new abilities to give their villains, especially for comic book heroes and video games (where new abilities have to be implemented). Because TheHero and the EvilCounterpart are such great {{foil}}s for each other, the counterpart has an excellent chance of being the hero's ArchEnemy or a ClassicVillain, although this is not always the case.

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Frequently, the Evil Counterpart is the character equivalent of ForWantOfANail: he represents what [[TheDarkSide our hero could have become]] as a result of a very small change in his {{backstory}}. They also save creators the trouble of thinking up new abilities to give their villains, especially for comic book heroes and video games (where new abilities have to be implemented). Because TheHero and the EvilCounterpart Evil Counterpart are such great {{foil}}s for each other, the counterpart has an excellent chance of being the hero's ArchEnemy or a ClassicVillain, although this is not always the case.
23rd Feb '16 3:18:51 PM MagBas
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** Or the other way around.
23rd Feb '16 2:43:04 PM freakyfred244
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** Or the other way around.
12th Feb '16 2:28:11 AM RobbSony3
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* CompleteMonster is the evil counterpart of IdealHero.

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* CompleteMonster is the evil counterpart of IdealHero.IdealHero and IncorruptiblePurePureness.
12th Feb '16 2:25:30 AM RobbSony3
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* BigBad and GreaterScopeVillain are the evil counterparts to BigGood.

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* BigBad and GreaterScopeVillain are the evil counterparts to of TheHero and BigGood.



* CompleteMonster (a character who is pure evil) is the evil counterpart of AllLovingHero (a character who is pure good).

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* CompleteMonster (a character who is pure evil) is the evil counterpart of AllLovingHero (a character who is pure good).IdealHero.
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