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14th Jun '18 5:58:16 PM GahmahRaan
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* Discussed and defied in [[http://www.awkwardzombie.com/index.php?page=0&comic=092214 this]] ''Webcomic/AwkwardZombie'' comic as why [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Ridley]] isn't in the newest ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' game (or any for that matter). As said in the blurb underneath:

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* Discussed and defied in [[http://www.awkwardzombie.com/index.php?page=0&comic=092214 this]] ''Webcomic/AwkwardZombie'' comic as why [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Ridley]] isn't playable in the newest ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros for 3DS/[=WiiU=]'' game (or any game until ''Ultimate'' for that matter). As said in the blurb underneath:
3rd Jun '18 3:35:59 PM BeeKirbysNewComputer
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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Yakuza1}} Yakuza Kiwami]]'', a remake of the first ''Yakuza'' game, the [[CharacterizationMarchesOn at-the-time-minor-villain]] Goro Majima is given a vastly expanded role in which he constantly stalks Kiryu and tries to goad him into a fight. While most of the time this just means physically fighting him, in some situations you'll end up bowling, throwing darts, playing pool, racing slot-cars, or even ''[[DisguisedInDrag dating him]]'' instead. This would only be out-of-the-ordinary (for Majima) if this wasn't a remake of the one game in which he's actually a villain and does things like kidnap a little girl and drive a truck into a building.
25th May '18 4:42:10 PM N8han11
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' allows Link to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfYxssXyOyk&list=PLSQLREUw9vwlh8bzgvZCt_WS8615trN5H&index=4&t=17s hang out with various monsters]] by wearing disguises .

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** * ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' allows Link to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfYxssXyOyk&list=PLSQLREUw9vwlh8bzgvZCt_WS8615trN5H&index=4&t=17s hang out with various monsters]] by wearing disguises .disguises.
* ''VideoGame/ShrekSmashNCrashRacing'' features [[PrinceCharmless Prince Charming]] and [[TortureTechnician Thelonious]] as playable racers alongside ''{{Franchise/Shrek}}'' regulars like Shrek himself, Donkey and Fiona.
26th Apr '18 8:04:09 AM MasterFuzzy
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho,'' especially in the 1970s, the relationship between the Doctor and the Master was a combination of FriendlyEnemy and this trope. Pretty much once a story, the Master and the Doctor end up working together against some common enemy, such as Daleks, Cybermen, the Nestene Consciousness, Sea Devils, Axons, a fellow Time Lord who's EvilerThanThou, etc. The Doctor once referred to the Master as "my best enemy," while the Master stated that "a cosmos without the Doctor scarcely bears thinking about."
** Of course, some fans see it as [[FoeYay another kind of relationship entirely.]]
3rd Apr '18 10:43:16 AM merotoker
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[[FriendlyEnemy Not all heroes and villains are actively out for each others' blood]]; some heroes are reasonable and tolerant, and a few baddies can [[AffablyEvil be perfectly civil]]. On more extreme ends, enemies who are opposites (ideologically or otherwise) can engage in a peaceful activity to have a bout of diplomacy. But just like a SympatheticPOV can show even the antagonists have a good side, likewise [[FriendlyEnemy Friendly Enemies]] can sit down and have a nice chat every so often. In the end, they're not there to engage in [[GoodOldFisticuffs fisticuffs,]] though they may engage in a bout or two of social combat. Rather, they're there just to meet as friendly rivals and maybe, just maybe, [[LastSecondChance win the other person over]] to [[WeCanRuleTogether their point of view.]]

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[[FriendlyEnemy Not all heroes and villains are actively out for each others' blood]]; some heroes are reasonable and tolerant, and a few baddies can [[AffablyEvil be perfectly civil]]. On more extreme ends, enemies who are opposites (ideologically or otherwise) can engage in a peaceful activity to have a bout of diplomacy. But just like a SympatheticPOV can show even the antagonists have a good side, likewise [[FriendlyEnemy Friendly Enemies]] {{Friendly Enem|y}}ies can sit down and have a nice chat every so often. In the end, they're not there to engage in [[GoodOldFisticuffs fisticuffs,]] though they may engage in a bout or two of social combat. Rather, they're there just to meet as friendly rivals and maybe, just maybe, [[LastSecondChance win the other person over]] to [[WeCanRuleTogether their point of view.]]



* ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL''

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* ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}''

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* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''

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* The [[TerribleTrio Team Rocket]] trio in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' occasionally partake in this, perhaps most blatantly in one episode where everyone enters a orienteering contest. [[spoiler:James wins]]. Team Rocket frequently partake in legitimate battles and contests in ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}''. Especially apparent following the Sinnoh era, where they actually start to get good at it, even beating Ash's team on odd occasions just by playing fair, and with Jessie competing against Serena in Pokemon Showcases (beating Serena in the Couriway showcase, and getting into the final three of the Master Class showcase - she loses to Serena here, but goes out as a good sport). Played with since a lot of the time the trio wear costumes so the heroes don't recognise them.

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* The [[TerribleTrio Team Rocket]] trio in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' occasionally partake in this, perhaps most blatantly in one episode where everyone enters a orienteering contest. [[spoiler:James wins]]. wins.]] Team Rocket frequently partake in legitimate battles and contests in ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}''. Especially apparent following the Sinnoh era, where they actually start to get good at it, even beating Ash's team on odd occasions just by playing fair, and with Jessie competing against Serena in Pokemon Showcases (beating Serena in the Couriway showcase, and getting into the final three of the Master Class showcase - she loses to Serena here, but goes out as a good sport). Played with since a lot of the time the trio wear costumes so the heroes don't recognise them.



* ''Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie'': Sonic's [[InterspeciesRomance girlfriend]] Sara plays video games with [[AffablyEvil Dr. Eggman]], her kidnapper. And in ''Anime/SonicX'' he actually gives Sonic shelter after finding him knocked out from a recent battle (while he was jogging down the beach no less) He does, however, use the oppertunity to plant a listening device on Sonic. [[ComicBook/SonicX The comic adaptation]] takes these moments UpToEleven, most notably where he appears at Chris' pool party.

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* ''Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie'': Sonic's [[InterspeciesRomance girlfriend]] Sara plays video games with [[AffablyEvil Dr. Eggman]], her kidnapper. And in ''Anime/SonicX'' he actually gives Sonic shelter after finding him knocked out from a recent battle (while he was jogging down the beach no less) He does, however, use the oppertunity opportunity to plant a listening device on Sonic. [[ComicBook/SonicX The comic adaptation]] takes these moments UpToEleven, most notably where he appears at Chris' pool party.



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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' plays with this with the D'Arby brothers. In a series that practically lives and breathes HotBlooded, with most villains being dealt with in the most violent manner possible, these two decide to... gamble and play video games with the heroes instead. However, it's subverted since these are still most definitely not friendly matches, with the loser's soul on the line. [[spoiler:And they both cheat, anyway.]] Still, it's probably the only time in the whole series that a villain is defeated without being physically fought, though [[spoiler:Jotaro still pummels the second one after he wins their match. The first one didn't need pummelling, since Jotaro bluffed ''so hard'' during his poker game that it actually made D'Arby ''pass out''.]]

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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders'' plays with this with the D'Arby brothers. In a series that practically lives and breathes HotBlooded, with most villains being dealt with in the most violent manner possible, these two decide to... gamble and play video games with the heroes instead. However, it's subverted since these are still most definitely not friendly matches, with the loser's soul on the line. [[spoiler:And they both cheat, anyway.]] Still, it's probably the only time in the whole series that a villain is defeated without being physically fought, though [[spoiler:Jotaro still pummels the second one after he wins their match. The first one didn't need pummelling, since Jotaro bluffed ''so hard'' during his poker game that it actually made D'Arby ''pass out''.]]



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** Oddly enough, in a lot of continuities, wanting this sort of relationship with Batman is The Riddler's character motivation. He even once gave an interview with reporters where he said he doesn't want to hurt anyone, he just wants to [[FoeYay play puzzles with Batman]]. Batman is always [[{{Squick}} reluctant]] to give him any attention, though.
* In a ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' one-shot, Reed Richards and Doctor Doom resumed an unfinished chess game from their college days from ''memory'', even as they were fighting each other. And earlier in that one-shot, before they began fighting again, they were quite civil with each other.

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** Oddly enough, in a lot of continuities, wanting this sort of relationship with Batman is The Riddler's ComicBook/TheRiddler's character motivation. He even once gave an interview with reporters where he said he doesn't want to hurt anyone, he just wants to [[FoeYay play puzzles with Batman]]. Batman is always [[{{Squick}} reluctant]] to give him any attention, though.
* In a ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' one-shot, Reed Richards and Doctor Doom ComicBook/DoctorDoom resumed an unfinished chess game from their college days from ''memory'', even as they were fighting each other. And earlier in that one-shot, before they began fighting again, they were quite civil with each other.



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* In an early issue of ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'', [[TheStarscream Snivley]] and some [[{{Mooks}} Swatbots]] interrupt a hockey game the Mobians are playing simply because they wanted to play themselves. Robotnik finds out and ups the stakes on the game, but Snively really wanted to play for fun.

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* In an early issue of ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'', [[TheStarscream Snivley]] Snively]] and some [[{{Mooks}} Swatbots]] interrupt a hockey game the Mobians are playing simply because they wanted to play themselves. Robotnik finds out and ups the stakes on the game, but Snively really wanted to play for fun.



** Paperinik (Donald's superhero/antihero alter ego) is [[FriendlyEnemies incredibly friendly with the smaller criminals of Duckburg]], often stopping by just to chat and, occasionally, ''defending them'' from crime fighters that go overboard. [[JustifiedTrope There's a very good reason for this]]: [[TheDreaded they have very good reasons to fear Paperinik]], but by being friendly and surrendering when they're caught they dodge the beating, and with time it evolved this way. This however doesn't apply to the various supervillains (that ''never'' learn this, partly because they're the ones who have a decent shot at defeating him) and, usually, the Beagle Boys ([[ItsPersonal who have pulled a few too many pranks on our hero for him to trust them]]).

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** Paperinik (Donald's superhero/antihero alter ego) is [[FriendlyEnemies [[FriendlyEnemy incredibly friendly with the smaller criminals of Duckburg]], often stopping by just to chat and, occasionally, ''defending them'' from crime fighters that go overboard. [[JustifiedTrope There's a very good reason for this]]: [[TheDreaded they have very good reasons to fear Paperinik]], but by being friendly and surrendering when they're caught they dodge the beating, and with time it evolved this way. This however doesn't apply to the various supervillains (that ''never'' learn this, partly because they're the ones who have a decent shot at defeating him) and, usually, the Beagle Boys ([[ItsPersonal who have pulled a few too many pranks on our hero for him to trust them]]).



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* In ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'', Mitchell and Herrick have a relatively friendly and jovial relationship when they're not arguing dramatically or fighting. [[spoiler:After Mitchell and Herrick both are dead,]] we get Tom and Hal. Tom is a werewolf raised by his werewolf daddy to stake all vampires on sight and treat them as threats. Hal struggles to keep from killing people, but has a very bloody past [[spoiler:and is one of the Old Ones, essentially vampire royalty.]] They eventually get to be pretty good friends.
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* In ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'', Mitchell and Herrick have a relatively friendly and jovial relationship when they're not arguing dramatically or fighting. [[spoiler:After Mitchell and Herrick both are dead,]] we get Tom and Hal. Tom is a werewolf raised by his werewolf daddy to stake all vampires on sight and treat them as threats. Hal struggles to keep from killing people, but has a very bloody past [[spoiler:and is one of the Old Ones, essentially vampire royalty.]] royalty]]. They eventually get to be pretty good friends.
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* ''Series/TheWire''

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* Occasionally used as a tactic by athletes as a way to psychologically manipulate opponents via [[ThePowerOfFriendship The Power Of Friendship]]. One possible example is Michael Jordan, when he invited Charles Barkley out for golf during the NBA Finals and "befriended" him, giving him an expensive $20,000 earring. Jordan and the Chicago Bulls would eventually defeat Barkley's Suns team to win their third championship.

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* Occasionally used as a tactic by athletes as a way to psychologically manipulate opponents via [[ThePowerOfFriendship The Power Of Friendship]]. One possible example is Michael Jordan, UsefulNotes/MichaelJordan, when he invited Charles Barkley out for golf during the NBA Finals and "befriended" him, giving him an expensive $20,000 earring. Jordan and the Chicago Bulls would eventually defeat Barkley's Suns team to win their third championship.



* The [[TropeNamer classic example of this trope]] is the King Koopa himself, Bowser. Yeah, most of the mainline games have him kidnapping Peach as part of the plot. But in almost every other situation, he's pretty amicable with our hero and the other residents of the Mushroom Kingdom. In fact, even the mainline games from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine'' onwards have had the tendency to imply that Bowser's regular kidnappings of Peach are just as much an excuse to fight Mario in a sort of FriendlyRivalry as much as they are motivated by [[VillainousCrush an attraction to the princess]] or [[TakeOverTheWorld desire to take over the neigbouring kingdom]].

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* The [[TropeNamer [[TropeNamers classic example of this trope]] is the King Koopa himself, Bowser. Yeah, most of the mainline games have him kidnapping Peach as part of the plot. But in almost every other situation, he's pretty amicable with our hero and the other residents of the Mushroom Kingdom. In fact, even the mainline games from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine'' onwards have had the tendency to imply that Bowser's regular kidnappings of Peach are just as much an excuse to fight Mario in a sort of FriendlyRivalry as much as they are motivated by [[VillainousCrush an attraction to the princess]] or [[TakeOverTheWorld desire to take over the neigbouring kingdom]].



** In ''Kirby Dream Collection'', [[spoiler:Magolor is back and [[HeelFaceTurn seems to have reformed]]. You could even do some friendly races with him. Not even the final bosses are consistently evil.]]

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** In ''Kirby Dream Collection'', [[spoiler:Magolor is back and [[HeelFaceTurn seems to have reformed]]. You could even do some friendly races with him. Not even the final bosses are consistently evil.]]evil]].



* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''

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** Creator/{{Sega}} themselves [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] this during the second annual Sonic Website/{{Twitter}} takeover (itself an example of this trope, with Sonic and Eggman answering fan-tweeted questions together). Creator/{{Sega}} asked them "Do you guys hang out a lot or are you actually [[FriendlyEnemy frenemies]]?" Eggman's response is to [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial loudly and emphatically declare "We're ''enemies''! MORTAL enemies!"]], then [[IResembleThatRemark offer to get Sonic a leftover]] [[TrademarkFavoriteFood chili dog]] [[IResembleThatRemark from the fridge.]]

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** Creator/{{Sega}} themselves [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] this during the second annual Sonic Website/{{Twitter}} takeover (itself an example of this trope, with Sonic and Eggman answering fan-tweeted questions together). Creator/{{Sega}} asked them "Do you guys hang out a lot or are you actually [[FriendlyEnemy frenemies]]?" {{fr|iendlyEnemy}}enemies?" Eggman's response is to [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial loudly and emphatically declare "We're ''enemies''! MORTAL enemies!"]], then [[IResembleThatRemark offer to get Sonic a leftover]] [[TrademarkFavoriteFood chili dog]] [[IResembleThatRemark from the fridge.]]



* ''VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames'' features both Bowser and Robotnik/Eggman participating fairly in the olympics.

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* ''VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames'' features both Bowser and Robotnik/Eggman participating fairly in the olympics.Olympics.



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** On the "WebAnimation/CheatCommandos", Blue Laser invites the Commandos for a Thanksgiving Dinner. The invitation was for everyone, but the team decided not to tell their leader Gunhaver, since he has a hard time relaxing.

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** On the "WebAnimation/CheatCommandos", ''WebAnimation/CheatCommandos'', Blue Laser invites the Commandos for a Thanksgiving Dinner. The invitation was for everyone, but the team decided not to tell their leader Gunhaver, since he has a hard time relaxing.



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** In "WesternAnimation/BlueCatBlues", Jerry describes himself and Tom as "the best of friends" and showed them drinking a lemonade together...until the latter started ignoring the former over a cat girl who eventually ditched him for a rich cat. The episode ends with them ''attempting suicide together'' because the same thing ended up happening to Jerry.
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** In "WesternAnimation/BlueCatBlues", Jerry describes himself and Tom as "the best of friends" and showed them drinking a lemonade together...until the latter started ignoring the former over a cat girl who eventually ditched him for a rich cat. The episode ends with them ''attempting suicide together'' because the same thing ended up happening to Jerry.
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31st Mar '18 2:28:42 PM thatother1dude
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* Mr. Krabs and Plankton in ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' play cards together. Which, of course, is part of Plankton's scheme to throw the card games to fool Krabs into putting something valuable, like [=SpongeBob=]'s contract, on the line. In the episode "Band Geeks", Krabs and Plankton both perform in Squidward's band. [[ThePollyanna SpongeBob]] frequently partakes in this. Don't be surprised if Plankton is among his guests at one of his parties.

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Mr. Krabs and Plankton in ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' play cards together. Which, of course, is part of Plankton's scheme to throw the card games to fool Krabs into putting something valuable, [[LostHimInACardGame like [=SpongeBob=]'s contract, SpongeBob's contract]], on the line. line.
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In the episode "Band Geeks", Krabs and Plankton both perform in Squidward's band. band.
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[[ThePollyanna SpongeBob]] frequently partakes in this. Don't be surprised if includes Plankton is among his guests at one of his parties.
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' allows Link to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfYxssXyOyk&list=PLSQLREUw9vwlh8bzgvZCt_WS8615trN5H&index=4&t=17s hang out with various monsters]] by wearing disguises .
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** This kind of relationship is also shown between Bowser and Princess Peach at times. The Japanese version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' includes a cutscene showing Princess Peach and Bowser drinking champagne together (which was cut from the American version due to depictions of alcohol). Though, as Danny of ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' pointed out, that doesn't necessarily mean they're friends.

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** This kind of relationship is also shown between Bowser and Princess Peach at times. The Japanese version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' includes a cutscene showing that can show either Princess Peach and or Bowser drinking champagne together (which was cut from the American version due to depictions of alcohol). Though, as Danny of ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' pointed out, that doesn't necessarily mean they're friends.
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has a short section where you Drive in a Convoy with [[BigBad Ardyn]].
3rd Mar '18 9:36:45 PM RacattackForce
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* The [[TropeNamer classic example of this trope]] is ''VideoGame/MarioKart''. Read more: [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18863_5-reasons-bowser-most-successful-video-game-character_p2.html#ixzz1Or3e8U8R 5 Reasons Bowser Is the Most Successful Video Game Character]]
-->''Repeated home invasions and sexual assaults normally lead to restraining orders, not golf invitations.''

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* The [[TropeNamer classic example of this trope]] is ''VideoGame/MarioKart''. Read more: [[http://www.the King Koopa himself, Bowser. Yeah, most of the mainline games have him kidnapping Peach as part of the plot. But in almost every other situation, he's pretty amicable with our hero and the other residents of the Mushroom Kingdom. In fact, even the mainline games from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine'' onwards have had the tendency to imply that Bowser's regular kidnappings of Peach are just as much an excuse to fight Mario in a sort of FriendlyRivalry as much as they are motivated by [[VillainousCrush an attraction to the princess]] or [[TakeOverTheWorld desire to take over the neigbouring kingdom]].
-->''[[http://www.
cracked.com/article_18863_5-reasons-bowser-most-successful-video-game-character_p2.com/article_18863_5-reasons-bowser-most-successful-video-game-character.html#ixzz1Or3e8U8R 5 Reasons Bowser Is the Most Successful Video Game Character]]
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Repeated home invasions and sexual assaults normally lead to restraining orders, not golf invitations.'']]''



** This kind of relationship is also shown between Bowser and Princess Peach at times. The Japanese version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' includes a cutscene showing Princess Peach and Bowser drinking champagne together (which was cut from the American version due to depictions of alcohol). Though, as Danny of ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' pointed out, that doesn't necessarily mean they're friends.



** This kind of relationship is also shown between Bowser and Princess Peach at times. The Japanese version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' includes a cutscene showing Princess Peach and Bowser drinking champagne together (which was cut from the American version due to depictions of alcohol). Though, as Danny of ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' pointed out, that doesn't necessarily mean they're friends.
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