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14th Jun '18 9:47:57 AM Hanz
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* ''Franchise/KingOfFighters'': Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami are always ready to go at each other. Killing Kyo seemingly the only goal of Iori's life. This is troublesome because these two are part of a trio who hold the to seal away [[GodOfEvil Orochi]]. They manage to come together for [[TeethClenchedTeamwork the sake of humanity]] in some games. Said games usually end in a clash between the two with an UnresolvedConflict.

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* ''Franchise/KingOfFighters'': ''Franchise/TheKingOfFighters'': Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami are always ready to go at each other. Killing Kyo seemingly the only goal of Iori's life. This is troublesome because these two are part of a trio who hold the to seal away [[GodOfEvil Orochi]]. They manage to come together for [[TeethClenchedTeamwork the sake of humanity]] in some games. Said games usually end in a clash between the two with an UnresolvedConflict.
25th May '18 1:19:46 PM Hjortron18
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->''As intelligent men facing lunatic times, we were very alike, despising each other instantly. Recognizing me, he attacked anyway, "Mistaking me for a criminal."''

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->''As ->''"As intelligent men facing lunatic times, we were very alike, despising each other instantly. Recognizing me, he attacked anyway, "Mistaking 'Mistaking me for a criminal."'''"''
31st Mar '18 2:26:24 PM nombretomado
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* Wrestling/JohnCena and [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] are both supposed to be "heroes" (i.e., babyfaces-- Cena gets booed more than almost any other face ever, though), and they can't stand each other at all. Same applied to Wrestling/ShawnMichaels and Wrestling/TheUndertaker towards the end of the former's career, although that was more due to Michaels' ({{kayfabe}}) obsession with defeating Undertaker at WrestleMania.

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* Wrestling/JohnCena and [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] are both supposed to be "heroes" (i.e., babyfaces-- Cena gets booed more than almost any other face ever, though), and they can't stand each other at all. Same applied to Wrestling/ShawnMichaels and Wrestling/TheUndertaker towards the end of the former's career, although that was more due to Michaels' ({{kayfabe}}) obsession with defeating Undertaker at WrestleMania.Wrestling/WrestleMania.
2nd Dec '17 11:29:33 AM Chabal2
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** The same thing goes for ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}, who has worked with the Punisher once or twice when he's had no other options.
* SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, due to his frequent work as a mercenary and assassin. Also, because everybody finds him freaking annoying.

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** The same thing goes for ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}, who has worked with the Punisher once or twice when he's had no other options.
options. Anytime they meet is guaranteed to end in a fight, as the criminal Daredevil is trying to prosecute in that story is also the one Frank is trying to kill.
** Nick Fury is just about the only one who can vaguely get along with Castle. And even then, not for long. In one story, a SuperSoldier gone wrong (as in, contagious uncontrollable NighInvulnerable vampire wrong) is finally defeated by Castle, but Fury allows its creator (and father) to live because his genius is needed by SHIELD (although he does end up unable to leave the island lab SHIELD leaves him in).
--> You can't ever like Frank Castle, but you can sure as hell appreciate the man.
* SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}, due to his frequent work as a mercenary and assassin. Also, because everybody finds him freaking annoying. He's often paired with the aforementioned Punisher, the ultimate StraightMan who'll put a bullet in Deadpool's head despite knowing he'll regenerate, just to have two minutes' peace and quiet.
18th Sep '17 9:13:50 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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** The way Frank Miller, and then John Byrne, conceived the Batman/Superman relationship played this trope straight, with Frank Miller noting that their ideologies are completely different and concluding that 'These two people do NOT like each other'.

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** With Hal Jordan, ''why'' they don't get along varies. Initially, it was because Bruce didn't trust Hal after his whole Parallax ordeal, but that was in modern times. Flashbacks show that they ''never'' really got along, with no clear reason aside from Hal hating Bruce being a jerkass and Bruce hating that Hal was loud and bright all the time. The New 52 changed this so that ''Hal'' was the jerkass from day one, while ''Bruce'' of all people was the chilled one.
** The way Frank Miller, and then John Byrne, conceived the Batman/Superman relationship played this trope straight, with Frank Miller noting that their ideologies are completely different and concluding that 'These two people do NOT like each other'. Of course, Miller's storyw as set in an alternate universe, and Byrne's only showed they're first meeting. Subsequent writers showed that Batman very quickly developed a friendship with Superman.
-->'''Superman''': He barely tolerated me.
-->'''Wonder Woman''': He '''loved''' you.



* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/GreenArrow. Hawkman has a pretty conservative view of the world and has a kind of fascistic bent, due to either his culture (Carter Hall is a reincarnated Egyptian prince and Katar Hol is from an oppressive race full of ProudWarriorRaceGuy|s), while Green Arrow is ''very'' liberal. Later on, Ollie also brings up that Carter's creepy obsession with the new Hawkgirl, Kendra Saunders, border on statutory, and that he's a 30-something man (biologically) while she's about 20. He also notes that Ollie knows nothing about Kendra, instead expecting her to basically be Shiera, the previous Hawkgirl. Given Ollie's protectiveness of women, it was going to come up. The two have ''never'' gotten along, and Power Girl even invokes FeudingFamilies when discussing the Hawks and Arrows.

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* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/GreenArrow. Hawkman has a pretty conservative view of the world and has a kind of fascistic bent, due to either of his culture cultures (Carter Hall is a reincarnated Egyptian prince and Katar Hol is from an oppressive race full of ProudWarriorRaceGuy|s), [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race Guys]]), while Green Arrow is ''very'' liberal. liberal, to put it lightly. Later on, Ollie also brings up that Carter's creepy obsession with the new Hawkgirl, Kendra Saunders, border borders on statutory, and that he's a 30-something man (biologically) (biologically, chronologically he's at least twice that) while she's about 20. He also notes that Ollie Carter knows nothing about Kendra, instead expecting her to basically be Shiera, the previous Hawkgirl. Given Ollie's protectiveness of women, it was going to come up. The two have ''never'' gotten along, and Power Girl even invokes FeudingFamilies when discussing the Hawks and Arrows.
22nd Jul '17 1:02:02 AM Hanz
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** Slightly lessened, but still somewhat prevalent in ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition'', usually from the part of Vivienne (a Pro-Circle Mage with classist views) and Solas (a spiritually-inclined Elven apostate contemptuous of all mortal races). The two tend to bitterly snipe at one another due to being complete opposites at one another.

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** Slightly lessened, but still somewhat prevalent in ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition'', usually from the part of Vivienne (a Pro-Circle Mage with classist views) and Solas (a spiritually-inclined Elven apostate contemptuous of all mortal races). The two tend to bitterly snipe at one another due to being complete opposites at one another.their completely opposing views.
13th Jul '17 11:17:06 AM pinkdalek
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** At the beginning of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Cloud and Barret can't stand each other. Barret apologises to him by the time they storm the Shinra building, saying he misjudged Cloud; Cloud doesn't return the affection until Barret's sidequest, when he grudgingly admits that "if you die on me, I'm gonna have nightmares". In the ''Compilation'', they're best friends, and found-family.
** Noel Kreiss to Snow Villers. in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2''. They get over their differences pretty quickly, though.

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** At ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'':
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the beginning of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', beginning, Cloud and Barret can't stand each other. Barret apologises to him by the time they storm the Shinra building, saying he misjudged Cloud; Cloud doesn't return the affection until Barret's sidequest, when he grudgingly admits that "if you die on me, I'm gonna have nightmares". In By the ''Compilation'', they're best friends, and found-family.
***In Disc 2, Barret and Cait Sith are constantly at each other's throats. Barret hates Cait Sith for being a Shinra member and having kidnapped his daughter; Cait Sith resents Barret for being a terrorist whose attacks harm the innocent people he attempts to protect.
** Noel Kreiss to Snow Villers. Villers in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2''. They get over their differences pretty quickly, though.
13th Jul '17 11:14:41 AM pinkdalek
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** At the beginning of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Cloud and Barret can't stand each other. Barret apologises to him by the time they storm the Shinra building, saying he misjudged Cloud; Cloud doesn't return the affection until Barret's sidequest, when he grudgingly admits that "if you die on me, I'm gonna have nightmares". In the ''Compilation'', they're best friends, and found-family.
27th Jun '17 2:43:36 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and ComicBook/GreenArrow. Hawkman has a pretty conservative view of the world and has a kind of fascistic bent, due to either his culture (Carter Hall is a reincarnated Egyptian prince and Katar Hol is from an oppressive race full of ProudWarriorRaceGuy|s), while Green Arrow is ''very'' liberal. Later on, Ollie also brings up that Carter's creepy obsession with the new Hawkgirl, Kendra Saunders, border on statutory, and that he's a 30-something man (biologically) while she's about 20. He also notes that Ollie knows nothing about Kendra, instead expecting her to basically be Shiera, the previous Hawkgirl. Given Ollie's protectiveness of women, it was going to come up. The two have ''never'' gotten along, and Power Girl even invokes FeudingFamilies when discussing the Hawks and Arrows.
6th Apr '17 5:55:12 AM PSinha
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*''Franchise/KingOfFighters'': Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami are always ready to go at each other. Killing Kyo seemingly the only goal of Iori's life. This is troublesome because these two are part of a trio who hold the to seal away [[GodOfEvil Orochi]]. They manage to come together for [[TeethClenchedTeamwork the sake of humanity]] in some games. Said games usually end in a clash between the two with an UnresolvedConflict.
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