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29th Aug '16 7:34:47 AM tm122
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* Music/RedHotChiliPeppers had success with ballads, and then did so many that they inevitably became bland and predictable.

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* Music/RedHotChiliPeppers tends to get Flanderized by detractors as always singing about California. Their [[WordSaladLyrics jumbled lyrics]] also are exaggerated, as has their [[PrettyFlyforaWhiteGuy white boy rap]] which Anthony Keidis has largely avoided the past 15 years. AVClub tends to portray them as nigh-unintelligible horndogs.
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had success with ballads, and then did so many that they inevitably became bland and predictable.
26th Aug '16 11:31:14 AM ReaderAt2046
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* Estee's ''FanFic/TriptychContinuum'' features a kind of In-Universe version of this with ''falling into the mark'', an extremely common psychological disorder among ponies where the pony allows their special talent to dominate their lives to the point where there is ''nothing'' outside the mark.
** And turned horrifyingly UpToEleven in ''A Mark Of Appeal'', with the discovery of a disease that amplifies the mark magic until it renders the pony unable to do or think of anything that is not the exercise of their talent.
15th Aug '16 2:30:36 PM MewLettuceRush
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* A {{Jerkass}} becomes much meaner and nastier, perhaps even behaving more like a villain.

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* A {{Jerkass}} becomes much meaner and nastier, perhaps even behaving more like a villain.villain, becoming a DesignatedHero in the worst cases.
18th Jul '16 6:29:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* The EvilOverlordList and its additional points. Just look at it! DangerouslyGenreSavvy doesn't even cover it.

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* The EvilOverlordList and its additional points. Just look at it! DangerouslyGenreSavvy GenreSavvy doesn't even cover it.
2nd Jul '16 10:09:16 PM sinndogg
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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses, and even refuses to harm non-combatants (so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]). It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. Hardly the MO of a frothing, myopic lunatic.

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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses, and even refuses to harm non-combatants (so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]). It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. Hardly banner]], which is hardly the MO of a frothing, myopic lunatic.
2nd Jul '16 10:08:11 PM sinndogg
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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses at times, and even refuses to harm non-combatants (so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]). It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. Hardly the MO of a frothing, myopic lunatic.

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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses at times, impulses, and even refuses to harm non-combatants (so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]). It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. Hardly the MO of a frothing, myopic lunatic.
2nd Jul '16 10:07:43 PM sinndogg
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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses at times, and even refuses to harm non-combatants, so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. Hardly the MO of a frothing, myopic lunatic.

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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses at times, and even refuses to harm non-combatants, so non-combatants (so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]].axe]]). It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. Hardly the MO of a frothing, myopic lunatic.
2nd Jul '16 10:05:15 PM sinndogg
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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses at times, and even refuses to harm non-combatants, so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]], which is hardly the MO of the myopic, AxCrazy berserker that he's often described as.

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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat, despite being prone to violent visions and impulses at times, and even refuses to harm non-combatants, so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]], which is hardly banner]]. Hardly the MO of the myopic, AxCrazy berserker that he's often described as.a frothing, myopic lunatic.
2nd Jul '16 10:02:18 PM sinndogg
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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer (often considered the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'') was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat (despite being prone to violent visions), and even refuses to harm non-combatants - so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. That's hardly the MO of the myopic, AxCrazy berserker that many earlier sources made him out to be.

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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer (often - who is often considered to be the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'') 40,000'' - was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat (despite combat, despite being prone to violent visions), visions and impulses at times, and even refuses to harm non-combatants - non-combatants, so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]]. That's banner]], which is hardly the MO of the myopic, AxCrazy berserker that many earlier sources made him out to be.he's often described as.
2nd Jul '16 9:58:44 PM sinndogg
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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer (often considered the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'') was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat (despite being prone to violent visions), and even refuses to harm non-combatants - so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure, in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]].

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** Interestingly, in the 2012 audio drama ''Chosen of Khorne'', Khârn the Betrayer (often considered the most AxCrazy of all of Khorne's mortal servants in ''Warhammer 40,000'') was significantly de-flanderized. He's quite level-headed outside of combat (despite being prone to violent visions), and even refuses to harm non-combatants - so long as they [[BerserkButton don't touch his axe]]. It's also revealed that [[spoiler: he's been killing off the remnants of the World Eaters' Pre-Heresy command structure, structure in a bid to reunite the Legion under his own banner]].banner]]. That's hardly the MO of the myopic, AxCrazy berserker that many earlier sources made him out to be.
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