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9th Apr '18 8:47:29 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/RedFaction: Guerilla'' multiplayer, you are always on the blue team, regardless of which side you're dressed as. Everyone whose business it is to kill you always shows up on your screen as red.

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* In ''Franchise/RedFaction: Guerilla'' ''VideoGame/RedFactionGuerrilla'' multiplayer, you are always on the blue team, regardless of which side you're dressed as. Everyone whose business it is to kill you always shows up on your screen as red.
20th Mar '18 3:48:18 PM nombretomado
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* One of the more {{egregious}} examples was when black kryptonite created an evil version of Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} -- who popped into existence wearing a [[PaintItBlack black version of the Supergirl costume]].

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* One of the more {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} examples was when black kryptonite created an evil version of Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} -- who popped into existence wearing a [[PaintItBlack black version of the Supergirl costume]].
20th Mar '18 12:51:25 PM megarockman
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* The Chicago Blackhawks can do both major color contrasts with their two major rivals. Their predominate color red contrasts with the St. Louis Blues', um, blue; for the Detroit Red Wings (since they also predominantly red) they go to secondary colors (black for the Blackhawks, white for the Red Wings).

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* The Chicago Blackhawks can do both major color contrasts with their two major rivals. Their predominate color red contrasts with the St. Louis Blues', um, blue; for the Detroit Red Wings (since they are also predominantly red) they go to secondary colors (black for the Blackhawks, white for the Red Wings).
19th Mar '18 11:30:16 AM megarockman
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* Out in Alberta, there is the Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers.

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* Out in Alberta, there is the Calgary Flames (red and black) and the Edmonton Oilers.Oilers (blue, orange, and white).




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* The Chicago Blackhawks can do both major color contrasts with their two major rivals. Their predominate color red contrasts with the St. Louis Blues', um, blue; for the Detroit Red Wings (since they also predominantly red) they go to secondary colors (black for the Blackhawks, white for the Red Wings).
15th Mar '18 8:47:18 PM TrendingToon1
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Coco}}'': In the Land of the Dead, most of the skeleton citizens wear multicolored clothes; Ernesto de la Cruz wears silver, making him appear almost black-and-white, [[spoiler: hinting he's the BigBad.]]
14th Mar '18 12:42:00 PM megarockman
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* In England: Liverpool and Everton, Manchester United and Manchester City, Southampton and Portsmouth
* In Germany: FC Bayern Munich vs. TSV 1860 München
* Australia: Western Sydney Wanderers FC vs Sydney FC. Adelaide United vs Melbourne Victory. Melbourne Victory vs Melbourne Heart.
* Iran: Persepolis vs Esteghlal.

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* In England: Liverpool (maroon red) and Everton, Everton (royal blue), Manchester United (the "Red Devils") and Manchester City, City (sky blue), Southampton (red) and Portsmouth
Portsmouth (blue)
* In Germany: FC Bayern Munich (red) vs. TSV 1860 München
München (blue and white)
* Australia: Western Sydney Wanderers FC (red and black) vs Sydney FC. FC (sky blue and black), Adelaide United (red) vs Melbourne Victory. Victory (navy blue). Melbourne Victory vs Melbourne Heart.
Heart (sky blue at home, red away).
* Iran: Persepolis (red) vs Esteghlal.Esteghlal (blue)




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* On the international level, there's South Korea ("The Reds") and Japan ("Samurai Blue")



* The St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs, a rivalry that stems to the 19th Century from territorial fan base turf wars in central Illinois.

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* The St. Louis Cardinals (red) and the Chicago Cubs, Cubs (red and blue both exist in their logo, but blue predominates), a rivalry that stems to the 19th Century from territorial fan base turf wars in central Illinois.



* The New Jersey Devils (red/black/white, home sweaters mainly red) and the New York Rangers (blue/red/white, but their home sweaters are mainly blue), definitely up there in the most-hated-rivals list (the teams have not once made a trade with each other since the Devils franchise moved in from Colorado in 1982).

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* The New Jersey Devils (red/black/white, home sweaters mainly red) and the New York Rangers (blue/red/white, but their home sweaters are mainly blue), blue - they ''are'' nicknamed the Blueshirts), definitely up there in the most-hated-rivals list (the (it wasn't until 2018 that the teams have not once made a trade with each other since other, stretching all the way back to when the Devils franchise moved in from Colorado in 1982).
11th Mar '18 3:51:34 PM IsaWP
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*'Ik Mik Loreland', a Dutch educational series made to help teach reading to kids, has played with it: in the beginning of the series, the reading-loving, letter-crazy village Loria is very colourful while the illiterate antagonist Karbonkel (English: Carbuncle) wears brown and lives in a brown cave with brown stuff. The moment Karbonkel magics all the letters away from the village (up to and including the brains of the villagers) everything, including the clothes of the villagers, turns into shades of brown. As soon as the protagonist Mik learns the letters 'I' and 'K' (forming the Dutch word for 'I') she gets her colourful clothes back, but the village itself doesn't get restored until she comes back from her travels with all the letters from the alphabet. So the colourlessness doesn't stand necessarily for evil but for illiteracy. Most good creatures in the show are somewhat literate though, and the more literate the people in a place are, the nicer it is with more kind creatures to meet. 'Being able to read makes you a better person' has some [[UnfortunateImplications unfortunate implications about illiterate adults]] but as noted, children shows tend to have simplistic morality. Here, even the villain wants to read, he just doesn't want anybody else to be good at it while he can't!
16th Feb '18 7:07:31 PM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* Inverted in accounting terminology. "In the black" (the darker color) is used to describe making a profit, while "in the red" (the lighter color) describes being in debt.
9th Feb '18 8:37:21 AM Discar
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* Juggled all over the place in ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''. The heroic House Kholin has blue as their color, while the evil House Sadeas wears green. On the other hand, Highprince Sadeas is always noted to have a very ruddy complexion. Furthermore, we have Shallan Davar, who has bright red hair and whose Shard has glowing red lines along it. While she is a Radiant, she's a Lightweaver, [[GuileHero the Order of Radiants whose specialty was manipulation and lies]]. Then we have Kaladin, whose Shard glows blue to mark him as a Windrunner, [[ThePaladin the order of Radiants focused on honor and protection]]. Just to round things out, the inhuman Parshendi have red and black skin, and their eyes turn red when they evolve into [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Voidbringers]].

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* Juggled all over the place in ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''. The heroic House Kholin has blue as their color, while the evil House Sadeas wears green. On the other hand, Highprince Sadeas is always noted to have a very ruddy complexion. Furthermore, we have Shallan Davar, who has bright red hair and whose Shard has glowing red lines along it. While she is a Radiant, she's a Lightweaver, [[GuileHero the Order of Radiants whose specialty was manipulation and lies]]. Then we have Kaladin, whose Shard glows blue to mark him as a Windrunner, [[ThePaladin the order of Radiants focused on honor and protection]]. Just to round things out, the inhuman Parshendi have red and black skin, and their eyes turn red when they evolve into [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Voidbringers]]. Odium, the GodOfEvil, is most directly associated with [[LightIsNotGood white and gold]]. He is often incorrectly associated with the color red (as demonstrated by his Voidbringers), but red actually symbolizes one [[OurGodsAreDifferent Shard]] using the power of another, and Odium [[TheCorrupter loves corrupting things]].
3rd Feb '18 2:43:24 PM Discar
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* In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'' The factions are: [[TheKingdom Orb]] uses mostly white [[HumongousMecha MS]] (with the nation's leader having a gold AceCustom), while the Alliance uses black and purple ones. ZAFT, which spends time as both a heroic and antagonistic faction, goes through most of the spectrum.

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* In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'' The factions are: [[TheKingdom Orb]] Orb uses mostly white [[HumongousMecha MS]] (with the nation's leader having a gold AceCustom), while the Alliance uses black and purple ones. ZAFT, which spends time as both a heroic and antagonistic faction, goes through most of the spectrum.



* In the ''[[VideoGame/{{X}} X-Universe]]'' series, the GoodRepublicEvilEmpire trope is subverted with GreyAndGrayMorality. That said, the factions that are generally treated as good and evil tend to follow this trope. The [[TheFederation Argon Federation]] uses gunmetal gray, and the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Boron]] use bright green. The [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Split Dynasty]] uses rusty red, and the [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Paranid Empire]] uses bluish purple. The neutral [[ProudMerchantRace Teladi Space Company]] leaves their ships mostly unpainted, which translates to dark gray and tan.

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* In the ''[[VideoGame/{{X}} X-Universe]]'' series, the GoodRepublicEvilEmpire trope is subverted with GreyAndGrayMorality. That said, the factions that are generally treated as good and evil tend to follow this trope. The [[TheFederation Argon Federation]] uses gunmetal gray, and the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Boron]] Boron use bright green. The [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Split Dynasty]] uses rusty red, and the [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Paranid Empire]] uses bluish purple. The neutral [[ProudMerchantRace Teladi Space Company]] leaves their ships mostly unpainted, which translates to dark gray and tan.
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