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27th Dec '15 12:44:00 PM BlueGuy
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* Tyce from ''WebOriginal/DeagleNation'' is this, and is often either friends with Jace or Arch Enemies with Jace.
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* Tyce from ''WebOriginal/DeagleNation'' is this, and is ''WebVideo/DeagleNation'' often either friends with Jace or Arch Enemies with Jace.switches between being Jace's friend and being his ArchEnemy.
1st Dec '15 3:57:26 PM MiinU
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** In ''Eerie Cuties'', she's usually a villain and serves as [[AloofDarkhairedGirl Layla's]] primary {{antagonist}}. Which was seen in her attempts to steal Layla's [[spoiler: ex-]]boyfriend, Kade Whiteclaw, and when she went so far as to cast a spell on her; leaving Layla flat-chested, [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/art_scholarship_-_interlude_(guest_strip)_2_of_4 simply because she snarked on her]] and Melissa couldn't think of a comeback. She was briefly antagonistic toward Brooke as well, after [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/let_me_make_this_up_to_you manipulatiing Brooke's boyfriend]], Ace, into going out with her -- simply because [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/wheatgrass_juice she was starved of male attention]] and he literally happened to be the first one that walked by. When she finally learned he already had a girlfriend, Melissa decided she'd steal him from Brooke [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/other_girlfriend so she could revel in her tears.]]
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** In ''Eerie Cuties'', she's usually a villain and serves as [[AloofDarkhairedGirl Layla's]] primary {{antagonist}}. Which was seen in her attempts to steal Layla's [[spoiler: ex-]]boyfriend, Kade Whiteclaw, and when she went so far as to cast a spell on her; leaving Layla flat-chested, [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/art_scholarship_-_interlude_(guest_strip)_2_of_4 simply because she snarked on her]] and Melissa couldn't think of a comeback. She was briefly antagonistic toward Brooke as well, after [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/let_me_make_this_up_to_you manipulatiing manipulating Brooke's boyfriend]], Ace, into going out with her -- simply because [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/wheatgrass_juice she was starved of male attention]] and he literally happened to be the first one that walked by. When she finally learned he already had a girlfriend, Melissa decided she'd steal him from Brooke [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/other_girlfriend so she could revel in her tears.]]
16th Nov '15 12:57:32 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Eva Marie got hit with this rather a lot. Her debut was as a face manager for Wrestling/{{Natalya|Neidhart}}. When ''Series/TotalDivas'' aired, she was portrayed as a heel on TV. Then when AJ Lee's promo turned the rest of the cast face, Eva was sort of a WildCard. Although she was on face teams, she [[XPacHeat got booed]] anyway. Around early 2014 when more heels were in the ''Total Divas'' cast, she appeared exclusively as a heel from then on.
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* Eva Marie Wrestling/EvaMarie got hit with this rather a lot. Her debut was as a face manager for Wrestling/{{Natalya|Neidhart}}. When ''Series/TotalDivas'' aired, she was portrayed as a heel on TV. Then when AJ Lee's promo turned the rest of the cast face, Eva was sort of a WildCard. Although she was on face teams, she [[XPacHeat got booed]] anyway. Around early 2014 when more heels were in the ''Total Divas'' cast, she appeared exclusively as a heel from then on.
12th Oct '15 8:12:12 AM FF32
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** Eridan Ampora was introduced as a genocidal racist. Then, it was shown that he was an IneffectualSympatheticVillain that didn't ''really'' want to kill his friends or upset [[MoralityPet Feferi]]. Then, he passed the DespairEventHorizon, [[spoiler: killed Feferi, and attempted to join up with the BigBad, and was killed by another friend he killed brought BackFromTheDead]]. Afterwards, he's apparently trying to help [[spoiler: Jake English]] and apologize to Feferi, but has remained sarcastic and mean throughout all of this.
29th Sep '15 4:36:32 PM 3rdStringPG
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* The Wrestling/BellaTwins went through a Heel Face Revolving Door after Brie inexplicably made up with Nikki in their ill-fated twin-vs-twin feud. But despite the Divas Revolution storyline going down poorly with fans, at least it has established the Bellas as heels after months where no one could figure out their exact alignment.
29th Sep '15 4:32:00 PM 3rdStringPG
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* In 1997, when Wrestling/BretHart and the Hart Foundation turned heel, they were only heels in the United States with their anti-American gimmick. They were, however, still booked as babyfaces outside of the U.S., especially in the Hart family's home country of Canada.
3rd Sep '15 8:12:01 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** It's also not unheard of for a lesser star in WWE to play a different role on a live event to what they are on TV. For example someone might work a live event as a heel when they're a face on TV - which is sometimes an indicator that they might be heading for the turn on TV. For example in 2011 Wrestling/{{R|on Killings}}-Truth turned heel while in the UK but still appeared as a face for the rest of the European tour. Also if a heel is wrestling a live event in their hometown, they might [[AHeroToHisHometown appear as a face exclusively for one night]]. {{Wrestling/Sheamus}} was heel during his first US Championship reign and wrestled Daniel Bryan on the European tour - but worked as a face just for the Dublin show. Ditto for Wrestling/WadeBarrett working against Justin Gabriel in the UK.
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** It's also not unheard of for a lesser star in WWE to play a different role on a live event to what they are on TV. For example someone might work a live event as a heel when they're a face on TV - which is sometimes an indicator that they might be heading for the turn on TV. For example in 2011 Wrestling/{{R|on Killings}}-Truth Wrestling/{{R|onKillings}}-Truth turned heel while in the UK but still appeared as a face for the rest of the European tour. Also if a heel is wrestling a live event in their hometown, they might [[AHeroToHisHometown appear as a face exclusively for one night]]. {{Wrestling/Sheamus}} was heel during his first US Championship reign and wrestled Daniel Bryan on the European tour - but worked as a face just for the Dublin show. Ditto for Wrestling/WadeBarrett working against Justin Gabriel in the UK.

* Since "{{Heel}}" and "{{Face}}" are wrestling terms, there are of course many examples in ProfessionalWrestling: Wrestling/TheUndertaker, his "[[{{Kayfabe}} brother]]" Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Wrestling/RicFlair, and probably the big example right now is Wrestling/TripleH. * Wrestling/KurtAngle is also notorious for turning about once a year. The problem with him is that he is most effective playing a heel, but his immense wrestling talent, the gold medal, and all around [=Badass=] qualities sometimes result in Face reactions even when playing a heel, thus resulting in the bookers [[HeelFaceTurn turning him face]]. Then he does his [[AllAmericanFace bland face routine]] until his crowd reactions wane, and [[FaceHeelTurn then he turns heel again]]. This effect was {{lampshaded}} during an interview [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ydZDLLtp8Y where he denounced all black people and Jesus, and still got cheered.]]
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* Since "{{Heel}}" and "{{Face}}" are wrestling terms, there are of course many examples in ProfessionalWrestling: Wrestling/TheUndertaker, his "[[{{Kayfabe}} brother]]" Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Wrestling/RicFlair, Wrestling/{{Kane}} and probably the big example right now is Wrestling/TripleH. * Wrestling/KurtAngle is also notorious for turning about once a year. The problem with him is that he is most effective playing a heel, but his immense wrestling talent, the gold medal, and all around [=Badass=] qualities sometimes result in Face reactions even when playing a heel, thus resulting in the bookers [[HeelFaceTurn turning him face]]. Then he does his [[AllAmericanFace bland face routine]] until his crowd reactions wane, and [[FaceHeelTurn then he turns heel again]]. This effect was {{lampshaded}} during an interview [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ydZDLLtp8Y where he denounced all black people and Jesus, and still got cheered.]]Wrestling/RicFlair.

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* Since "{{Heel}}" and "{{Face}}" are wrestling terms, there are of course many examples in ProfessionalWrestling: Wrestling/TheUndertaker, his "[[{{Kayfabe}} brother]]" Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Wrestling/RicFlair, and probably the big example right now is Wrestling/TripleH. * Wrestling/KurtAngle is also notorious for turning about once a year. The problem with him is that he is most effective playing a heel, but his immense wrestling talent, the gold medal, and all around [=Badass=] qualities sometimes result in Face reactions even when playing a heel, thus resulting in the bookers [[HeelFaceTurn turning him face]]. Then he does his [[AllAmericanFace bland face routine]] until his crowd reactions wane, and [[FaceHeelTurn then he turns heel again]]. This effect was {{lampshaded}} during an interview [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ydZDLLtp8Y where he denounced all black people and Jesus, and still got cheered.]]]] * In Mexico, where the major promotions don't demand nearly as much exclusivity as their North of the boarder counterparts, El Hijo Del Santo's FaceHeelTurn was so hard for some fans to believe that outside of Wrestling/{{CMLL}} events he was still met with wild cheers, causing him to effectively do a HeelFaceTurn whenever he took an independent booking.
11th Aug '15 9:54:49 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Eva Marie got hit with this rather a lot. Her debut was as a face manager for Natalya. When ''Series/TotalDivas'' aired, she was portrayed as a heel on TV. Then when AJ Lee's promo turned the rest of the cast face, Eva was sort of a WildCard. Although she was on face teams, she [[XPacHeat got booed]] anyway. Around early 2014 when more heels were in the ''Total Divas'' cast, she appeared exclusively as a heel from then on.
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* Eva Marie got hit with this rather a lot. Her debut was as a face manager for Natalya.Wrestling/{{Natalya|Neidhart}}. When ''Series/TotalDivas'' aired, she was portrayed as a heel on TV. Then when AJ Lee's promo turned the rest of the cast face, Eva was sort of a WildCard. Although she was on face teams, she [[XPacHeat got booed]] anyway. Around early 2014 when more heels were in the ''Total Divas'' cast, she appeared exclusively as a heel from then on.

* Wrestling/JerryLawler: "The King" was a face in USWA at the same time he was a hated heel in the WWF. Also, when the WWF (and later WWE) had shows in the Memphis area, he always wrestled as a face, with a one-night storyline contrived against a top heel in the company. The next show, he'd be friends with the heel again. Despite his current face leaning commentary style on WWE Raw and live pay-per-view events, Lawler always reverts to his classic heel-style commentary for the WWE's video game releases, playing the antagonizer to whomever is the face commentator (usually Wrestling/JimRoss or Wrestling/MichaelCole). He also has played the "heel" role in re-creating classic commentary for some of the video game releases, including ''WWE 2K14'', where, for instance, he read Wrestling/JesseVentura's lines in providing color commentary for the Hulk Hogan-Wrestling/KingKongBundy steel cage match at WrestleMania 2 (while Jim Ross was Lord Alfred Hayes).
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* Wrestling/JerryLawler: "The King" was a face in USWA at the same time he was a hated heel in the WWF. Also, when the WWF (and later WWE) had shows in the Memphis area, he always wrestled as a face, with a one-night storyline contrived against a top heel in the company. The next show, he'd be friends with the heel again. Despite his current face leaning commentary style on WWE Raw and live pay-per-view events, Lawler always reverts to his classic heel-style commentary for the WWE's video game releases, playing the antagonizer to whomever is the face commentator (usually Wrestling/JimRoss or Wrestling/MichaelCole). He also has played the "heel" role in re-creating classic commentary for some of the video game releases, including ''WWE 2K14'', where, for instance, he read Wrestling/JesseVentura's lines in providing color commentary for the Hulk Hogan-Wrestling/KingKongBundy steel cage match at WrestleMania Wrestling/WrestleMania 2 (while Jim Ross was Lord Alfred Hayes).
4th Aug '15 11:07:56 AM Galacton
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A revolving door moves in a circle and so does this character in terms of morality. A villain decides to give heroism a try (for whatever reason) and switches sides but then goes back to being a villain and back again. This phenomenon works the other way, as well. The Hero loses perspective and becomes a WellIntentionedExtremist, and then comes back from the edge again. He's done it before -- why not do it again?
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A revolving door moves in a circle and so does this character in terms of morality. A villain decides to give heroism a try (for whatever reason) and switches sides but then goes back to being a villain and back again. This phenomenon works the other way, as well. The Hero A hero [[FaceHeelTurn loses perspective perspective]] and becomes a WellIntentionedExtremist, and then comes back from the edge again. He's done it before -- why not do it again?

If it happens to a popular or well-developed character, the fans will stick with them; but this will, by necessity, drag the morality of the series to [[BlackAndGreyMorality one]] of the [[WhiteAndGrayMorality gray]]-[[GrayAndGreyMorality scales.]] If heroes and villains are switching sides so casually and frequently than it's impossible for BlackAndWhiteMorality to exist.
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If it happens to a popular or well-developed character, the fans will stick with them; but this will, by necessity, drag the morality of the series to [[BlackAndGreyMorality one]] of the [[WhiteAndGrayMorality gray]]-[[GrayAndGreyMorality scales.]] If heroes and villains are switching sides so casually and frequently than it's impossible for true BlackAndWhiteMorality to exist.

Someone who has been through the revolving door too many times may turn into the WildCard. If mostly on the side of good, despite having decidedly nonheroic intentions, may be a NominalHero.
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Someone who has been through the revolving door too many times may will turn into the WildCard. If mostly on the side of good, despite having decidedly nonheroic intentions, may be a NominalHero.
16th Jul '15 4:03:25 PM Psyclone
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** Evil Atom mentions to a [[FaceHeelTurn defecting superhero]] that they have a ''literal'' revolving door installed for [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Mystique]] alone.
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