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2nd Feb '16 3:31:15 PM Spindriver
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->'''Faith:''' Thanks, sugar daddy!
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28th Jan '16 9:38:20 AM poi99
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Deliberate Values Dissonance is about historical fiction.
* This is an interesting secondary [[PlanetOfHats hat]] of the [[ProudWarriorRace Mandalorians]] in the StarWarsExpandedUniverse. The name they call themselves literally translates to "children of Mandalore" and they see all who follow the Mandalorian way as kin in one big, war-mongering family. They are also fanatically family-oriented, and consider getting married and raising children into the Mandalorian life as a sacred tenet (with the father doing the bulk of it). [[DeliberateValuesDissonance Part of the reason they have such a long-standing disagreement with Jedi is due to the Jedi policy of separating Force-sensitive children from their families and forbidding them contact]].
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* This is an interesting secondary [[PlanetOfHats hat]] of the [[ProudWarriorRace Mandalorians]] in the StarWarsExpandedUniverse. The name they call themselves literally translates to "children of Mandalore" and they see all who follow the Mandalorian way as kin in one big, war-mongering family. They are also fanatically family-oriented, and consider getting married and raising children into the Mandalorian life as a sacred tenet (with the father doing the bulk of it). [[DeliberateValuesDissonance [[{{Deconstruction}} Part of the reason they have such a long-standing disagreement with Jedi is due to the Jedi policy of separating Force-sensitive children from their families and forbidding them contact]].
21st Jan '16 9:34:27 PM Piando
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* Donny, the SerialKiller-esque father in ''{{Ted}}'', [[BerserkButton flies into a rage]] if his son or someone else uses foul language.
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* Donny, the SerialKiller-esque father in ''{{Ted}}'', ''Film/{{Ted}}'', [[BerserkButton flies into a rage]] if his son or someone else uses foul language.

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9th Jan '16 11:41:42 AM Jeduthun
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Compare StraightEdgeEvil, EvilVirtues, and ChurchgoingVillain. Contrast with MoralDissonance or ValuesDissonance, where an ostensibly family-friendly character can ''unintentionally'' appear villainous to some. Very likely to be AffablyEvil.
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Compare StraightEdgeEvil, EvilVirtues, and ChurchgoingVillain. Contrast with MoralDissonance or ValuesDissonance, where an ostensibly family-friendly character can ''unintentionally'' appear villainous to some. Very likely Almost always certain to be AffablyEvil.
9th Jan '16 8:02:14 AM Jeduthun
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Compare StraightEdgeEvil, EvilVirtues, and ChurchgoingVillain. Contrast with MoralDissonance or ValuesDissonance, where an ostensibly family-friendly character can ''unintentionally'' appear villainous to some. Often a {{Subtrope}} of AffablyEvil.
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Compare StraightEdgeEvil, EvilVirtues, and ChurchgoingVillain. Contrast with MoralDissonance or ValuesDissonance, where an ostensibly family-friendly character can ''unintentionally'' appear villainous to some. Often a {{Subtrope}} of Very likely to be AffablyEvil.
9th Jan '16 8:00:51 AM Jeduthun
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Compare StraightEdgeEvil, EvilVirtues, and ChurchgoingVillain. Contrast with MoralDissonance or ValuesDissonance, where an ostensibly family-friendly character can ''unintentionally'' appear villainous to some.
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Compare StraightEdgeEvil, EvilVirtues, and ChurchgoingVillain. Contrast with MoralDissonance or ValuesDissonance, where an ostensibly family-friendly character can ''unintentionally'' appear villainous to some. some. Often a {{Subtrope}} of AffablyEvil.
30th Dec '15 4:10:56 PM ading
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** The [[MonsterProgenitor Alpha vampire]] has shades of this as well. He views all vampires as his children [[spoiler: and even his [[StockholmSyndrome Stockholm'd]] snacks call him "daddy"]]. His own "mother" Eve is similar, but extends this to all monsters.
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** The [[MonsterProgenitor Alpha vampire]] has shades of this as well. He views all vampires as his children [[spoiler: and even his [[StockholmSyndrome Stockholm'd]] snacks call him "daddy"]]. His own "mother" mother Eve is similar, but extends this to all monsters.

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** The [[MonsterProgenitor Alpha vampire]] has shades In "Inside Man", when Dean questions why Crowley listens to [[spoiler:Rowena]], he replies "Because she's my family." ** Rowena herself is an interesting case. She cultivates an image of this as well. He views all vampires as his children [[spoiler: being a Family Values Villain in order to manipulate her son [[spoiler:Crowley]] and even his [[StockholmSyndrome Stockholm'd]] snacks call control [[spoiler:Hell]] from behind the scenes, but it's an obvious facade. When pretending to care ceases to be convenient she freely admits that she feels no love for her son and would gladly kill him "daddy"]]. His own "mother" Eve is similar, but extends this to all monsters.if it suited her.
28th Dec '15 1:15:53 PM gophergiggles
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* [[BigBad Pagan Min]] of ''VideoGame/FarCry4'' definitely has it in him to be this, going by his recalling of the time he travelled to America with [[TheDragon DePleur]] to meet the man's family. He even admits that he would have preferred that life to being the dictator of Kyrat, and regrets not going to meet with Ishwari (the protagonist's mother who Pagan loved) to start a family with her and Ajay.
19th Dec '15 5:07:54 PM Morgenthaler
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Like A Badass Out Of Hell is being split into new tropes.
But then again, some just don't seem to see anything odd about speaking an arcane ritual to [[TheLegionsOfHell summon horrific demons into the mortal plane]], then lecture some kids about saying "[[GoshDangItToHeck darn]]" instead of "damn." [[note]]Granted, it could be because [[LikeABadassOutOfHell they know a thing or two about damnation firsthand]] and are insulted to hear those young whippersnappers refer to it so triflingly...[[/note]]
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But then again, some just don't seem to see anything odd about speaking an arcane ritual to [[TheLegionsOfHell summon horrific demons into the mortal plane]], then lecture some kids about saying "[[GoshDangItToHeck darn]]" instead of "damn." [[note]]Granted, it could be because [[LikeABadassOutOfHell [[EscapedFromHell they know a thing or two about damnation firsthand]] and are insulted to hear those young whippersnappers refer to it so triflingly...[[/note]]
20th Oct '15 9:40:09 PM MasterGhandalf
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* Also from the StarWarsExpandedUniverse, the Yuuzhan Vong from ''Literature/NewJediOrder'' have a strong streak of this mixed in with being the CombatSadomasochist ScaryDogmaticAliens they're better known as. The fundamental basis of Vong society is the Domain - essentially, clan or extended family. Domain loyalty is a ''huge'' deal (to the extent that the idea of refusing to aid even a member of your Domain that you hate personally is unthinkable), and Vong characters will go to extreme lengths to protect family honor. This is most exemplified by [[TheDragon Warmaster Tsavong Lah]], who greatly reveres his father Czulkang, treats him with utmost respect despite their having once bitterly argued over the direction of Yuuzhan Vong policy, and is utterly devastated when the old man dies in battle (Czulkang returns the favor, reserving his last words for his son's ears alone, and then refusing to speak again even to give his crew final orders so he won't break his promise). Furthermore, when one of Lah's spies reports that Han Solo and Leia Organa are not on speaking terms at the moment despite being married, the Warmaster is stunned - after all, by human standards it's a comparatively mild fight that gets resolved by the end of the book, but to the Vong, that kind of inner-family strife is shockingly dysfunctional. Later in the series, the heroes even note that the Vong's family values may be alien, but they're very strong.
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