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13th Feb '17 7:48:03 PM Mullon
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* When ComicBook/RedSkull still had his original body, he was a red head. His daughter, Sin, is also a red head and completely AxCrazy.
** Red Skull is a ''literal'' version of this trope.

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* When ComicBook/RedSkull still had his original body, body he was a red head. Now he's a ''literal'' version of this trope. His daughter, Sin, is also a red head and completely AxCrazy.
** Red Skull is a ''literal'' version of this trope.
AxCrazy.
5th Feb '17 9:04:57 PM Leodeus
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* Both adaptations of ''Literature/{{Dune}}'' have this going on: [[Film/{{Dune}} David Lynch's has a strawberry-blond Feyd-Rautha]] (played by an enthusiastic Sting in brass underpants) and [[Series/{{Dune}} the miniseries features Ian [=McNiece=] as a Baron Harkonnen]] rocking the henna look.

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* Both adaptations of ''Literature/{{Dune}}'' have this going on: [[Film/{{Dune}} David Lynch's has a strawberry-blond Feyd-Rautha]] (played by an enthusiastic Sting in brass underpants) and [[Series/{{Dune}} the miniseries features Ian [=McNiece=] as a Baron Harkonnen]] rocking the henna look. Followed up by Susan Sarandon playing the villainous redheaded Princess Wensicia in the Sci-Fi Channel's Children of Dune.
18th Jan '17 12:36:44 PM FringeBenefits
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* [[SpiderPeople N'Ktane]] in ''{{Tasakeru}}'' fits the bill. [[spoiler:So does Hanami, whose hair changes color when N'Ktane [[DemonicPossession possesses her.]]]]

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* [[SpiderPeople N'Ktane]] in ''{{Tasakeru}}'' ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'' fits the bill. [[spoiler:So does Hanami, whose hair changes color when N'Ktane [[DemonicPossession possesses her.]]]]
13th Jan '17 4:23:37 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': A fanart of Melisandre from the books provides the trope image. She's a KnightTemplar priestess of a fire-themed god who practices blood magic, advocates human sacrifice by burning, and generally serves as an EvilChancellor to Stannis. However, she seems to believe her actions are necessary to save humanity from the BiggerBad White Walkers, and from what we've seen of them, she may in fact be ''right''.
10th Jan '17 9:19:03 PM stinkyfinger
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*** Don't forget the first appearance of his ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' villain, Control Freak.
25th Dec '16 1:52:35 AM NNinja
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** Then we have [[spoiler:Mimi Miney]] from the previous game. [[spoiler:It turns out, her and Dollie have a bit more than a thing or two in common, in fact.]]

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** Then we have [[spoiler:Mimi Miney]] from the previous game. [[spoiler:It turns out, her and Dollie Dahlia have a bit more than a thing or two in common, in fact.]]
23rd Dec '16 10:50:47 AM ading
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* In ''Radio/OldHarrysGame'', Thomas, the most loathsome human in Hell, has red hair. [[spoiler:Which means that, as for all redheads in the setting, there are [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nephilim Nephilim]] somewhere in his family tree.]]

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* In ''Radio/OldHarrysGame'', ''Radio/OldHarrysGame'':
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Thomas, the most loathsome human in Hell, has red hair. [[spoiler:Which means that, as for all redheads in the setting, there are [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nephilim Nephilim]] somewhere in his family tree.]]]]
** It's hinted that {{Satan}} himself is one; given that [[spoiler:all descendants of angels are redheads,]] it stands to reason that all angels are as well. Satan himself claims that only the junior angels have red hair, and he had golden hair as an archangel-but of course he's been demoted quite a lot since then.
22nd Dec '16 9:34:38 AM troodos
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', Chelaxians born with bright red hair are considered to have some sort of fiendish influence. Given the kind of country Cheliax is, this is usually treated as a gift. The most noteable example is Ileosa Arvaxni, later Arabasti, who ended up becoming a genocidal tyrant and all around monster.
19th Dec '16 6:54:53 AM Tron80
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* Dark Phoenix from ''ComicBook/XMen''.

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* Franchise/XMen:
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Dark Phoenix from ''ComicBook/XMen''.is simply redheaded Comicbook/JeanGrey (a founding example of HeroesWantRedheads) on [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity too much power]] or [[TouchedByVorlons a confused godlike being]], depending on the story/{{retcon}}/[[CanonDisContinuity ret-retcon]]. The way she's thought of more for that one arc than for her ''decades'' of being a hero before and after it is [[NeverLiveItDown a trope of its own.]]



** Of course, Dark Phoenix is simply redheaded Jean Grey (a founding example of HeroesWantRedheads) on [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity too much power]] or [[TouchedByVorlons a confused godlike being]], depending on the story/{{retcon}}/[[CanonDisContinuity ret-retcon]]. The way she's thought of more for that one arc than for her ''decades'' of being a hero before and after it is [[NeverLiveItDown a trope of its own.]] Maddie didn't start out evil, either.


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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'s enemy Blackstarr -whom the titular heroine fought in ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} her second solo book]]''- is a redhead, Nazi super-villain.
1st Dec '16 3:14:03 PM NNinja
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* Kerrigan from ''{{Starcraft}}'' had red hair, but it changed colour when she turned evil. {{Foreshadowing}}?



* If played as a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism Renegade]], default female [[PlayerCharacter Shepard]] in ''Franchise/MassEffect''.
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