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21st Jun '16 11:43:01 AM Morgenthaler
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** Vashti, possibly. The Book of Esther only says that she refused to appear before her husband when he demanded it, and was put to death as punishment. This alone makes her sympathetic or even proto-feminist, though [[TheTalmud Jewish tradition]] paints her as a tyrant who abused her Jewish servants. In this version her refusal to appear before the king was because the ArchangelGabriel punished her with some kind of disfigurement.

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** Vashti, possibly. The Book of Esther only says that she refused to appear before her husband when he demanded it, and was put to death as punishment. This alone makes her sympathetic or even proto-feminist, though [[TheTalmud [[Literature/TheTalmud Jewish tradition]] paints her as a tyrant who abused her Jewish servants. In this version her refusal to appear before the king was because the ArchangelGabriel punished her with some kind of disfigurement.
19th Jun '16 6:15:35 AM starofjusticev21
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* We have the one from ''Snow White'' as a background element in ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'', whose daughter throws the system into chaos by not wanting to end up like her.

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* We have the one from ''Snow White'' as a background element in ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'', whose daughter throws the system into chaos by not wanting to end up like her.this.
19th Jun '16 4:57:06 AM starofjusticev21
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* We have the one from ''Snow White'' as a background element in ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'', whose daughter throws the system into chaos by not wanting to end up like her.
17th Jun '16 11:50:20 PM Doug86
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* From the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' the Brood, aliens much like xenomorphs who breed and destroy everything in their path, usually have a Queen leading them.

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* From the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' the Brood, aliens much like xenomorphs who breed and destroy everything in their path, usually have a Queen leading them.
16th Jun '16 6:17:13 PM nombretomado
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* Hera in ''ThaliasMusings'', to Zeus' paramours, their children, and any of their sympathizers. However, her hatred toward her stepson Apollo doesn't extend to the Muses since she finds them entertaining.

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* Hera in ''ThaliasMusings'', ''Literature/ThaliasMusings'', to Zeus' paramours, their children, and any of their sympathizers. However, her hatred toward her stepson Apollo doesn't extend to the Muses since she finds them entertaining.
14th Jun '16 12:36:44 AM mrnickname
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* Saint Bridget of Sweden was a 13th century nun, who technically wielded more power than the queen. She got the notion that a crusade against the Russians were in order and king Magnus Erikkson agreed. However, Bridget advised him to not attack straight away, but instead wait for a few years. In that way [[InsaneTrollLogic "the Russians will have time to committ more sins. And as such, their suffering in hell will be ten times greater."]]



* Saint Bridget of Sweden was a 13th century nun, who technically wielded more power than the queen. She got the notion that a crusade against the Russians were in order and king Magnus Erikkson agreed. However, Bridget advised him to not attack straight away, but instead wait for a few years. In that way [[InsaneTrollLogic "the Russians will have time to committ more sins. And as such, their suffering in hell will be ten times greater."]]

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* Saint Bridget of Sweden was a 13th century nun, who technically wielded more power than the queen. She got the notion that a crusade against the Russians were in order and king Magnus Erikkson agreed. However, Bridget advised him to not attack straight away, but instead wait for a few years. In that way [[InsaneTrollLogic "the Russians will have time to committ more sins. And as such, their suffering in hell will be ten times greater."]]

13th Jun '16 10:01:42 PM mrnickname
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* Saint Bridget of Sweden was a 13th century nun, who technically wielded more power than the queen. She got the notion that a crusade against the Russians were in order and king Magnus Erikkson agreed. However, Bridget advised him to not attack straight away, but instead wait for a few years. In that way [[InsaneTrollLogic "the Russians will have time to committ more sins. And as such, their suffering in hell will be ten times greater."]]
12th Jun '16 2:43:24 PM ReaderAt2046
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* In FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse, Celestia's self-bestowed promotion to Queen was one of the final steps in her transformation into Corona, The Tyrant Sun, the legendary "mare of fire and hate" who all Equestria still lives in fear of a thousand years later.
11th Jun '16 1:36:46 AM Amaryllis
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* More implied than stated outright in ''Webcomic/AliceAndTheNightmare''. Queen Rougina is manipulating Alice for some unknown purpose, and has a haughty and ObviouslyEvil demeanor.
31st May '16 12:03:59 PM petersohn
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* ''Literature/TheQueensFool'' portrays Queen Mary I of England as this. Although the book tries to portray her as somewhat more sympathetic, it doesn't try to hide her being a religious fanatic who burned a lot of people accused as heretics.
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