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9th Oct '16 5:13:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''KateModern: Precious Blood'', when the [[CatchPhrase phrase]] "The Hymn of One is fun" is chillingly given a whole new meaning.

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* ''KateModern: ''WebVideo/KateModern: Precious Blood'', when the [[CatchPhrase phrase]] "The Hymn of One is fun" is chillingly given a whole new meaning.
29th Sep '16 9:26:27 AM walruspoko
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** When Shikitaps into his SuperpoweredEvilSide, he discovers to his horror that killing feels ''really'' good, and that he apparently wants to kill very much. In one possible path, he's finally informed that his Evil Side never wants to kill humans, only monsters and demons. In one possible Bad Ending, his psyche is so badly broken that he decides he really ''is'' a serial killer, and goes out to be just that.

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** When Shikitaps When Shiki taps into his SuperpoweredEvilSide, he discovers to his horror that killing feels ''really'' good, and that he apparently wants to kill very much. In one possible path, he's finally informed that his Evil Side never wants to kill humans, only monsters and demons. In one possible Bad Ending, his psyche is so badly broken that he decides he really ''is'' a serial killer, and goes out to be just that.
31st Aug '16 8:37:14 PM lalalei2001
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* ''Theatre/JekyllAndHyde'', like its source, has Jekyll revel in the freedom he finds as Hyde until he can no longer control the transformations. The song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zq18yXagGNg Reflections]] directly paraphrases the book, as Jekyll pities Hyde and revels in his lust for life even after he murders people.
30th Aug '16 6:51:27 PM lalalei2001
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* ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde'' is a trope codifier, probably ('''not''' most of the adaptations). The reason Hyde keeps using the chemical that brings his "evil" side out is because he feels he is, then, [[FreudianExcuse allowed]] to do as he pleases, though he ''does'' try to stop when his conscience catches up to him.

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* ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde'' is a trope codifier, probably ('''not''' most of the adaptations). codifier. The reason Hyde Jekyll keeps using the chemical that brings his "evil" evil side out is because he feels he is, then, [[FreudianExcuse allowed]] is allowed to do as he pleases, though he ''does'' try to stop when his conscience catches up to him.
4th Jul '16 6:03:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* The episode of ''TheTick'' where Arthur gets Baron Violence's belt pastiches this storyline.

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* The episode of ''TheTick'' ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'' where Arthur gets Baron Violence's belt pastiches this storyline.



* In ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', during TheReveal of Agent Z/[[spoiler: Warp Darkmatter]], he brags that "evil is just [[EvilPaysBetter so much more profitable than good and more fun]]."

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* In ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', during TheReveal of Agent Z/[[spoiler: Warp Darkmatter]], he brags that "evil is just [[EvilPaysBetter so much more profitable than good and more fun]]."
27th Jun '16 11:57:24 PM M84
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': In the Season 6 finale, Cersei happily admits to this to a captive Septa Unella -- every horrible thing she's ever done, she's done because it made her feel good. Notably, she's saying this while preparing to have Unella slowly tortured to death, and right after her [[MoralEventHorizon single most atrocious act]] of [[spoiler: blowing up the Sept of Baelor and [[ThePurge killing all her political enemies]] (and hundreds of innocent bystanders) in one fell swoop]].

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': In the Season 6 finale, Cersei happily admits to this to a captive Septa Unella -- every horrible thing she's ever done, she's done because it made her feel good. Notably, she's saying this while preparing to have Unella slowly tortured to death, and right after her [[MoralEventHorizon single most atrocious act]] of [[spoiler: blowing up the Sept of Baelor and [[ThePurge killing all her political enemies]] (and hundreds of innocent bystanders) in one fell swoop]]. Then Cersei leaves Unella [[spoiler:to Gregor Clegane]], smiling as she hears Unella screaming in fear.
27th Jun '16 8:05:55 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': In the Season 6 finale, Cersei happily admits to this to a captive Septa Unella -- every horrible thing she's ever done, she's done because it made her feel good. Notably, she's saying this while preparing to have Unella slowly tortured to death, and right after her [[MoralEventHorizon single most atrocious act]] of [[spoiler: blowing up the Sept of Baelor and [[ThePurge killing all her political enemies]] (and hundreds of innocent bystanders) in one fell swoop]].
6th Jun '16 5:23:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:Queen Fay]] in ''OverlordII'', [[spoiler:after her corruption via the Overlord's Magic while trying to perform a HeroicSacrifice for her people by sacrificing her energy to power the [[ArtifactOfDoom Tower Heart]] and letting the Overlord drain her magic. As the process continues, she begins to accept that Evil Feels Good and embraces her FallenHero status]].

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* [[spoiler:Queen Fay]] in ''OverlordII'', ''VideoGame/OverlordII'', [[spoiler:after her corruption via the Overlord's Magic while trying to perform a HeroicSacrifice for her people by sacrificing her energy to power the [[ArtifactOfDoom Tower Heart]] and letting the Overlord drain her magic. As the process continues, she begins to accept that Evil Feels Good and embraces her FallenHero status]].



* In ''{{Persona 2}}'', a strange force starts causing a segment of the population to start transforming into Jokers, vicious white-skinned, ruby-lipped killers with paranormal abilities. This even extends to one of the party members, and when attacking during her boss fight, one of her quotes is "It feels ''good!''"
* All incarnations of Doctor Robotnik from ''SonicTheHedgehog'' seem to KNOW that they're bad, and generally seem to have a kickass time doing so.

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* In ''{{Persona ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'', a strange force starts causing a segment of the population to start transforming into Jokers, vicious white-skinned, ruby-lipped killers with paranormal abilities. This even extends to one of the party members, and when attacking during her boss fight, one of her quotes is "It feels ''good!''"
* All incarnations of Doctor Robotnik from ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' seem to KNOW that they're bad, and generally seem to have a kickass time doing so.
18th May '16 2:59:29 PM Nintendoman01
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** When Faith pulls a FaceHeelTurn, she goes from living in a dive motel that can and had been attacked by vampires with a barely functioning A/C and TV, to living in a studio loft with all of the fixings and no worries about vampires getting in. Suffice to say it's no wonder she felt proud to be a bad guy.

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** When Faith pulls a FaceHeelTurn, she goes from living in a dive motel that can and had been attacked by vampires with a barely functioning A/C and TV, to living in a studio loft with all of the fixings and no worries about vampires getting in. Suffice to say it's no wonder she felt proud to be a bad guy. Of course, after [[ParentalSubstitute Mayor Wilkins]] is killed and she finds herself on the run from the cops as a result of the crimes she committed while working for him, Faith quickly decides that BeingEvilSucks.
10th May '16 6:52:11 AM erforce
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* The Boss from ''SaintsRow2'' flat out tells this to [[spoiler:Julius, right before he/she blows his brains out.]] He/she's a complete sociopath by the sequel anyway.

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* The Boss from ''SaintsRow2'' ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2'' flat out tells this to [[spoiler:Julius, right before he/she blows his brains out.]] He/she's a complete sociopath by the sequel anyway.



* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'', many of the heroes are ForcedIntoEvil by Quan-Chi, transformed into Netherworld revenants. In [[VideoGame/MortalKombatX the next game]], [[spoiler: Quan-Chi is finally KilledOffForReal, but due to Scorpion's tampering, Raiden is unable to restore most of them, and the newly-liberated revenants are actually starting to ''enjoy'' themselves. Liu Kang is the worst; in one Arcade Ladder ending, he even tries to ally himself with [[Franchise/FridayTheThirteenth Jason Vorhees]], of all people. Kitana is another example, as being a revenant allows her to be the perpetrator rather than be a victim. Kung Lao, however, averts this; he simply wants to get out of the Netherrealm and return to the side of good (in his and Kung Jin's endings in MKX, he manages to [[HeroicWillpower do this]] thanks to Kung Jin coming to his aid and fight the corruption in his soul.)]]

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* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'', many of the heroes are ForcedIntoEvil by Quan-Chi, transformed into Netherworld revenants. In [[VideoGame/MortalKombatX the next game]], [[spoiler: Quan-Chi is finally KilledOffForReal, but due to Scorpion's tampering, Raiden is unable to restore most of them, and the newly-liberated revenants are actually starting to ''enjoy'' themselves. Liu Kang is the worst; in one Arcade Ladder ending, he even tries to ally himself with [[Franchise/FridayTheThirteenth [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Vorhees]], Voorhees]], of all people. Kitana is another example, as being a revenant allows her to be the perpetrator rather than be a victim. Kung Lao, however, averts this; he simply wants to get out of the Netherrealm and return to the side of good (in his and Kung Jin's endings in MKX, ''MKX'', he manages to [[HeroicWillpower do this]] thanks to Kung Jin coming to his aid and fight the corruption in his soul.)]]
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