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1st Jun '18 9:59:10 PM Rodrigokun
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', the minions were originally creatures created by Gru to serve as personal henchmen but were later retconned in their own [[WesternAnimation/{{Minions}} spinoff film]] into immortal beings predating humanity who serve villainous individuals throughout history (the film justifies them not serving Hitler by them self-exiling themselves to Antarctica after getting Napoleon killed).

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', the minions were originally creatures created by Gru to serve as personal henchmen but were later retconned in their own [[WesternAnimation/{{Minions}} spinoff film]] into immortal beings predating humanity who serve villainous individuals throughout history (the film justifies them not serving Hitler by them self-exiling themselves to Antarctica after getting Napoleon killed).
6th May '18 9:41:31 PM nombretomado
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* The white-coated silent attendants on ''TopGear'' who deliver the gold challenge envelopes, assist with the challenges, and (ostensibly) work for the (also ostensibly) evil "producers."

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* The white-coated silent attendants on ''TopGear'' ''Series/TopGearUK'' who deliver the gold challenge envelopes, assist with the challenges, and (ostensibly) work for the (also ostensibly) evil "producers."
7th Apr '18 2:54:52 AM Hanz
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe2'', the minions [[spoiler:literally become evil minions after being injected with a PsychoSerum]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe2'', ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', the minions [[spoiler:literally become evil minions were originally creatures created by Gru to serve as personal henchmen but were later retconned in their own [[WesternAnimation/{{Minions}} spinoff film]] into immortal beings predating humanity who serve villainous individuals throughout history (the film justifies them not serving Hitler by them self-exiling themselves to Antarctica after being injected with a PsychoSerum]].getting Napoleon killed).
27th Feb '18 8:22:48 PM Ninamarie124
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8th Nov '17 11:39:17 AM AHI-3000
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30th Oct '17 7:45:47 AM Malady
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* The game ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' has an entire tree of combat {{Mooks}} and non-combat Evil Minions, all descended from the basic Worker. They're distinct from "Henchmen" who are more powerful, named, controllable by the player and have to be hired. The game is interesting in that it gives each Minion a name and mini biography, has loyalty traits, and can be killed on a whim by the evil genius to inspire fear and loyalty in nearby minions. While the low ranking ones are eminently expendable, ones higher up on the job tree can get to be as or more valuable than Henchmen if a raid reduces their numbers.

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* The game ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' has an entire tree of combat {{Mooks}} and non-combat Evil Minions, all descended from the basic Worker. They're distinct from "Henchmen" who are more powerful, named, controllable by the player and have to be hired. The game is interesting in that it gives each Minion a name and mini biography, has loyalty traits, and can be killed on a whim by the evil genius to inspire fear and loyalty in nearby minions. While the low ranking ones are eminently expendable, ones higher up on the job tree can get to be as or more valuable than Henchmen if a raid reduces their numbers.



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17th Sep '17 7:40:35 AM Doug86
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* Muttley is this to [[WackyRaces Dick Dastardly]]. Klunk and Zilly would be added to the minion list [[WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines a year later]].

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* Muttley is this to [[WackyRaces [[WesternAnimation/WackyRaces Dick Dastardly]]. Klunk and Zilly would be added to the minion list [[WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines a year later]].
6th Jun '17 7:19:03 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted somewhat in the WhateleyUniverse. At the SuperHeroSchool Whateley Academy, there is a clique of rich kids who happen to also be mutants. At one meeting, a number of them get into a discussion of the problems with hiring minions and maintaining an effective corps of dangerous minions. They all think of this as if they were hiring middle managers or highly competitive salesmen or grouchy programmers. Of course, the school handbook has an entire section on rules to follow if you hire other students as your minions...



* In the WhateleyUniverse, when Dr. Diabolik has his forces attack Cincinnati, his minions are operating his hidden dropship and performing 'command and control' for him. In violation of stock Evil Minion protocols, some of them make helpful suggestions, and he treats them well.

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* In the WhateleyUniverse, when Literature/WhateleyUniverse:
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Dr. Diabolik has his forces attack Cincinnati, his minions are operating his hidden dropship and performing 'command and control' for him. In violation of stock Evil Minion protocols, some of them make helpful suggestions, and he treats them well.
** Subverted. At the SuperHeroSchool Whateley Academy, there is a clique of rich kids who happen to also be mutants. At one meeting, a number of them get into a discussion of the problems with hiring minions and maintaining an effective corps of dangerous minions. They all think of this as if they were hiring middle managers or highly competitive salesmen or grouchy programmers. Of course, the school handbook has an entire section on rules to follow if you hire other students as your minions...

29th May '17 10:09:35 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied in the show ''WordGirl''. Doctor Two-Brains (who has the brain of a super-intelligent lab rat stuck on his head) has two (dumb as dirt) minions. (They normally start out conversations with saying "Hey, Boss?" and Two-Brains responding "Yes, minions?") They normally wear jump-suits with a rat logo on them, but in one episode when they complained about their outfits, Two-Brains decided to put them in mascot outfits made to look like mice.

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* Parodied in the show ''WordGirl''.''WesternAnimation/WordGirl''. Doctor Two-Brains (who has the brain of a super-intelligent lab rat stuck on his head) has two (dumb as dirt) minions. (They normally start out conversations with saying "Hey, Boss?" and Two-Brains responding "Yes, minions?") They normally wear jump-suits with a rat logo on them, but in one episode when they complained about their outfits, Two-Brains decided to put them in mascot outfits made to look like mice.
20th May '17 3:49:36 PM nombretomado
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* The Staff merit in ''VampireTheRequiem'' allows your character to have certain kinds of employees, such as gardeners, lawyers, chauffeurs and etc.

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* The Staff merit in ''VampireTheRequiem'' ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'' allows your character to have certain kinds of employees, such as gardeners, lawyers, chauffeurs and etc.
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