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16th May '16 8:11:00 PM damus2300
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** The Starks of Winterfell and their vassals the Boltons of the [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace Dreadfort]] feuded, the Boltons revolting numerous times and even sacking Winterfell, along with flaying some Stark Kings. [[spoiler:During the Red Wedding Roose Bolton murders Robb Stark, apparently ending the Starks in the Male Line. He is then named Warden of the North by the Lannisters and tries to legitimize his hold on the North by having his legitimized [[BastardBastard bastard]] [[{{Sadist}} Ramsay Bolton]] marry "Arya Stark" (really a Winterfell girl who is forced into the role), claiming that now their ancient feud will be forgotten. However, most of the North is still loyal to the Starks, who are not quite wiped out yet.]]

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** The Starks of Winterfell and their vassals the Boltons of the [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace Dreadfort]] feuded, the Boltons revolting numerous times and even sacking Winterfell, along with flaying some Stark Kings. [[spoiler:During the Red Wedding Roose Bolton murders Robb Stark, apparently ending the Starks in the Male Line. He is then named Warden of the North by the Lannisters and tries to legitimize his hold on the North by having his legitimized [[BastardBastard bastard]] [[{{Sadist}} Ramsay Bolton]] marry "Arya Stark" (really a Winterfell girl who is forced into the role), role as "Arya Stark", claiming that now their ancient feud will be forgotten. However, most of the North is still loyal to the Starks, who are not quite wiped out yet.]]]]
** The Targaryens and Martells feuded for years, until a marriage alliance finally ended the feud. This, however, only fueled the animosity of House Blackfyre until it rebelled against their Targaryen overlords and kin.
21st Apr '16 11:33:17 AM WillKeaton
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* The [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke St. Cloud]], [[DysfunctionJunction Nast]] and [[TheMafia Cortez]] cabals in the "Literature/WomenOfTheOtherworld" series by Kelley Armstrong have [[MobWar vicious rivalries]], and are almost incapable of [[EnemyMine uniting against a common enemy]].

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* The [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke St. Cloud]], [[DysfunctionJunction Nast]] and [[TheMafia Cortez]] cabals in the "Literature/WomenOfTheOtherworld" ''Literature/WomenOfTheOtherworld'' series by Kelley Armstrong have [[MobWar vicious rivalries]], and are almost incapable of [[EnemyMine uniting against a common enemy]].
21st Apr '16 11:32:54 AM WillKeaton
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* In the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse:

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* In the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse:''StarTrek'' [[Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]]:
21st Apr '16 11:31:26 AM WillKeaton
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* The Baxters and the Rojos in Film/AFistfulOfDollars.

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* The Baxters and the Rojos in Film/AFistfulOfDollars.''Film/AFistfulOfDollars.''
21st Apr '16 11:30:58 AM WillKeaton
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* ''Manga/{{Basilisk}}'' has two feuding ninja clans who had been in a tense peace until given a reason. And anyone who didn't have a personal reason before, gets one.

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* ''Manga/{{Basilisk}}'' has two feuding ninja clans who had been in a tense peace peace, until given a reason.reason to engage in open warfare. And anyone who didn't have a personal reason before, gets one.
11th Apr '16 8:28:36 PM Chytus
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** FromACertainPointOfView.
24th Mar '16 11:48:48 PM NozzDogg
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* A large part of one ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' adventure. The heroes' largest obstacle in protecting the community of Downey Creek in the Downey Creek War is the pre-existing feud between the Wendt and and McTaggert families.
23rd Mar '16 9:02:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''CoronationStreet'' has this as a stock plot, and for some reason it seems to keep happening to the Platts. First, there was the feud with the Battersbys when Nick Tilsley got into a relationship with and secretly married Leanne Battersby. Later was the feud with the Grimshaws, which involved the LoveDodechahedron between Todd and Jason Grimshaw and Nick Tilsley and Sarah Louise Platt. Later, a feud with the Windasses arose, which ended when David got Gary sent to prison. Currently there seems to be a feud between the Barlow's and the Platt's which started when Tracy Barlow lied to incriminate Gail for murder, while she was serving time herself and trying to cut a deal. It continued when Deirdre tried to steal Audrey's(Gail mum) boyfriend, only to have him turn around and steal four grand from her stepson Peter's business. With it recently being revealed that Gail's son Nick was having an affair with Peter's wife this feud looks to be continuing for quite a while yet.

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* ''CoronationStreet'' ''Series/CoronationStreet'' has this as a stock plot, and for some reason it seems to keep happening to the Platts. First, there was the feud with the Battersbys when Nick Tilsley got into a relationship with and secretly married Leanne Battersby. Later was the feud with the Grimshaws, which involved the LoveDodechahedron between Todd and Jason Grimshaw and Nick Tilsley and Sarah Louise Platt. Later, a feud with the Windasses arose, which ended when David got Gary sent to prison. Currently there seems to be a feud between the Barlow's and the Platt's which started when Tracy Barlow lied to incriminate Gail for murder, while she was serving time herself and trying to cut a deal. It continued when Deirdre tried to steal Audrey's(Gail mum) boyfriend, only to have him turn around and steal four grand from her stepson Peter's business. With it recently being revealed that Gail's son Nick was having an affair with Peter's wife this feud looks to be continuing for quite a while yet.



* ''{{CSI NY}}'' had a first season episode with feuding circus families that led to a suicide pact.

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* ''{{CSI ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'' had a first season episode with feuding circus families that led to a suicide pact.
23rd Mar '16 10:48:39 AM howdotheyriseup
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* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', the Fifty Families are the most powerful ruling families in Europa. The fact that the years between the reign of the Storm King (two hundred years ago) and the start of the Wulfenbach Empire (about eighteen years ago) were known as the 'Long War' tells you a lot about them. More recently, they've all been feuding with Wulfenbach instead.
** The Valois extended family contains possibly hundreds of families, most notably Sturmvoraus, von Blitzengaard and Selnikov, which are continually feuding, fighting and assassinating each other. Then the people within each family all have their own plots, too - the father/son/daughter combination of Aaronev, Tarvek and Anevka were all double-crossing each other for years, and the brother/sister team of Martellus and Xerxsephnia aren't exactly on the same page either.
--> '''Tarvek:''' The only way to keep my family in line would be to '''''bury them in a row.'''''
12th Mar '16 4:36:09 PM davah301
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* The Baxters and the Rojos in Film/AFistfulOfDollars.
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