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15th Dec '17 7:04:49 PM Thesedaysthosedays
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* {{Descendants}} has this as the motive for the VilllainProtagonist s. The classic Disney villains led by Maleficent are angry at being defeated and exiled by the Disney heroes, and they expect their sons and daughters to avenge them.

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* {{Descendants}} has this as the motive for the VilllainProtagonist VillainProtagonist s. The classic Disney villains led by Maleficent are angry at being defeated and exiled by the Disney heroes, and they expect their sons and daughters to avenge them.
15th Dec '17 7:04:08 PM Thesedaysthosedays
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* {{Descendants}} has this as the motive for the VilllainProtagonist s. The classic Disney villains led by Maleficent are angry at being defeated and exiled by the Disney heroes, and they expect their sons and daughters to avenge them.
15th Dec '17 4:37:06 PM TheKoS
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* ''TheFlintstones'' episode "Bedrock Hillbillies" has Fred inheriting a shack in the mountains and getting caught up in a longstanding feud between his ancestors and the Hatrock clan. It turns out it all started when Fred's ancestor made fun of a painting of a Hatrock matriarch and the family was murderously insulted. Eventually, the families managed to make peace after saving their children from danger, at least until Fred saw the painting himself and unknowingly made the exact same wisecrack and restarted the feud, forcing the Flintstones and Rubble to flee back to Bedrock.

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* ''TheFlintstones'' episode "Bedrock Hillbillies" has Fred inheriting a shack in the mountains and getting caught up in a longstanding feud between his ancestors and the Hatrock clan. It turns out it all started when Fred's ancestor made fun of a painting of a Hatrock matriarch and the family was murderously insulted. Eventually, the families managed to make peace after saving their children from danger, at least until Fred saw the painting himself and unknowingly made the exact same wisecrack and restarted the feud, forcing the Flintstones and Rubble Rubbles to flee back to Bedrock.
21st Nov '17 3:17:14 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/AlQadimTheGeniesCurse'', your own family, the Al-Hazrads, have a long-running vendetta with another merchant family in town, the Wassabs. An early quest involves helping the local Qadi (magistrate/mayor) establish a formal treaty peace between the two. This is achieved just in time for the Al-Hazrads' genie to go rogue and sink a ship belonging to the Wassab family, undoing all the work. Later, you visit an island where a war between its two clans has been going on for years (despite the island's tiny size and the huge cost of the conflict to both sides). If you want, you can [[spoiler:figure out that the incident which incited the conflict was engineered by the Nameless Masters in order to distract the islanders; doing this allows the feud to be ended]].
20th Oct '17 3:29:00 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': The Senju and Uchiha clans were constant rivals during the Warring Clans Era, often seeking employment in conflicts simply to oppose one another. Eventually both clans grew tired of the bloodshed and formed an alliance, which led to the founding of the Hidden Leaf Village and the end of open conflict between the two. [[spoiler:Due to Madara's actions and the inherited distrust of the Uchiha, the Senju used their dominance in Konoha to effectively muzzle their rivals. The resulting discontent led to the Uchiha planning a coup, which resulted in the Uchiha being wiped out by own of their own in an attempt to prevent a full-blown civil war]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': The Senju and Uchiha clans were constant rivals during the Warring Clans Era, often seeking employment in conflicts simply to oppose one another. Eventually both clans grew tired of the bloodshed and formed an alliance, which led to the founding of the Hidden Leaf Village and the end of open conflict between the two. [[spoiler:Due to Madara's actions and the inherited distrust of the Uchiha, the Senju used their dominance in Konoha to effectively muzzle their rivals. The resulting discontent led to the Uchiha planning a coup, which resulted in the Uchiha being wiped out by own one of their own in an attempt to prevent a full-blown civil war]].war. Ironically enough, the Senju themselves are implied to have already been all-but-extinct by the time the attempted coup was to take place]].
20th Oct '17 3:26:22 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** The Senju and Uchiha clans were constant rivals during the Warring Clans Era, often seeking employment in conflicts simply to oppose one another. Eventually both clans grew tired of the bloodshed and formed an alliance, which led to the founding of Konoha and the end of open conflict between the two. [[spoiler:Due to Madara's actions and the inherited distrust of the Uchiha, the Senju used their dominance in Konoha to effectively muzzle their rivals. The resulting discontent led to them planning a coup]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': The Senju and Uchiha clans were constant rivals during the Warring Clans Era, often seeking employment in conflicts simply to oppose one another. Eventually both clans grew tired of the bloodshed and formed an alliance, which led to the founding of Konoha the Hidden Leaf Village and the end of open conflict between the two. [[spoiler:Due to Madara's actions and the inherited distrust of the Uchiha, the Senju used their dominance in Konoha to effectively muzzle their rivals. The resulting discontent led to them the Uchiha planning a coup]].coup, which resulted in the Uchiha being wiped out by own of their own in an attempt to prevent a full-blown civil war]].



** Tobi has stated that [[spoiler:Naruto]], being a relative of the Senju, is destined to battle with [[spoiler:Sasuke]], an Uchiha. In the end the two fought [[spoiler:to a draw, and in the aftermath they managed to make peace with each other, bringing the feud to a close.]]

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** Tobi has stated states that [[spoiler:Naruto]], being a relative of the Senju, is destined to battle with [[spoiler:Sasuke]], an Uchiha. In the end the two fought fight [[spoiler:to a draw, and in the aftermath they managed manage to make peace with each other, bringing the feud to a close.]]close]].
15th Oct '17 6:20:48 PM TheBigBopper
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It's a sad (but exciting) TruthInTelevision that most of the time [[CycleOfRevenge revenge triggers revenge, triggers revenge, triggers revenge]]... [[MoralMyopia you know how that goes]]. When this happens on a large scale, we have {{war|Tropes}}. When it happens on a more private scale and usually inside the same nation, we have the blood feud or vendetta.

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It's a sad (but exciting) TruthInTelevision that most of the time [[CycleOfRevenge revenge triggers revenge, triggers revenge, triggers revenge]]... [[MoralMyopia you know how that goes]]. When this happens on a large scale, we have {{war|Tropes}}. When it happens on a more private scale and usually inside the same nation, scale, between two family groups, we have the blood feud or vendetta.
13th Oct '17 6:03:00 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Taken for granted in Creator/FazilIskander's works, which are mostly centered around a remote Abkhazian town. The most prominent example is that of two extremely close familes, where one allowed a couple of minor breaches of local etiquette, which led to a person from one family killing one from the other... it ended up with the last member of one family keeping the last member of the other as a slave. He couldn't marry to continue the line, since no one would give his daughter to a slave-owner, and couldn't release him due to an oath. It continued that way for about twenty years. Then the slave murdered the owner and starved to death himself, unable to remove his chain.

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* Taken for granted in Creator/FazilIskander's works, which are mostly centered around a remote Abkhazian town. The most prominent example is that of two extremely close familes, families, where one allowed a couple of minor breaches of local etiquette, which led to a person from one family killing one from the other... it ended up with the last member of one family keeping the last member of the other as a slave. He couldn't marry to continue the line, since no one would give his daughter to a slave-owner, and couldn't release him due to an oath. It continued that way for about twenty years. Then the slave murdered the owner and starved to death himself, unable to remove his chain.chain.
* Appears, of all places, in a Literature/TheBerenstainBears chapter book between the Grizzlys and the Bears, based on the in-universe equivalent of the Civil War. Highlights include Brother being violently chased out of Squire Grizzly's manor and the cubs at school getting into so many brawls that the teachers can't focus on anything else, including potentially injured cubs who just got in the way (like Sister's friend Lizzy who, as a Bruin, probably isn't counted on either side but clearly got knocked head over heels for being there, to her obvious fright and confusion).
10th Sep '17 10:01:28 AM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseWorks'': Two rural feuding families found oil. (ShoutOut to ''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies'', perhaps?) When they moved away, one family hired {{Pete}} as a housekeeper and the other hired [[MickeyMouse Mickey]], [[DonaldDuck Donald]] and {{Goofy}} as housekeepers and they continued the feud. (Which started because the two families had to share the same outhouse)

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* ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseWorks'': Two rural feuding families found oil. (ShoutOut to ''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies'', perhaps?) When they moved away, one family hired {{Pete}} as a housekeeper and the other hired [[MickeyMouse Mickey]], [[DonaldDuck Donald]] and {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} as housekeepers and they continued the feud. (Which started because the two families had to share the same outhouse)
5th Sep '17 10:25:30 AM StarTropes
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* On ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'', Callen finds himself in the middle of a blood feud against a Romanian crime family, the Comescus. This leads to a ''very'' bloody gunfight at the Comescu house.
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