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21st Jun '17 11:32:54 AM Az_Tech341
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%%* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' has Vamp and Fortune.
* Every time Vladimir Makarov from ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' appears in the flesh, without exception, a PlayerCharacter either dies or gets critically wounded, usually along with other important characters as well. He [[spoiler: exceutes Allen at the end of "No Russian"]], he [[spoiler: guns down Harkov when hijacking the President's plane]], he [[spoiler: sets up the ambush that kills both Kamarov and Soap]], he [[spoiler: shot Yuri in the gut during the flashback]] and [[spoiler: he finished Yuri off]] at the end of the third game. Basically, anytime Makarov appears, it is ''bad news''. In addition, though he doesn't appear when he does it, [[spoiler: he also detonates the nuke that kills Jackson and Vasquez in "Shock And Awe".]]

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%%* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' has Vamp and Fortune.
* Every time Vladimir Makarov from ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' appears in the flesh, without exception, a PlayerCharacter either dies or gets critically wounded, usually along with other important characters as well. He [[spoiler: exceutes Allen at the end of "No Russian"]], he [[spoiler: Russian"]]; [[spoiler:he guns down Harkov when hijacking the President's plane]], he [[spoiler: plane]]; [[spoiler:he sets up the ambush that kills both Kamarov and Soap]], he [[spoiler: shot Soap]]; [[spoiler:he kills Yuri in the gut during the flashback]] and [[spoiler: he finished Yuri off]] at the end of the third game.game]]. Basically, anytime Makarov appears, it is ''bad news''. In [[spoiler:In addition, though he doesn't appear when he does it, [[spoiler: he also detonates the nuke that kills Jackson and Vasquez in "Shock And Awe".]]



%%* Fox Face in the original ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts''.
21st Jun '17 11:19:04 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' has Vamp and Fortune.
* Every time [[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Vladimir Makarov]] appears in the flesh, without exception, a PlayerCharacter either dies or gets critically wounded, usually along with other important characters as well. He [[spoiler: exceutes Allen at the end of "No Russian"]], he [[spoiler: guns down Harkov when hijacking the President's plane]], he [[spoiler: sets up the ambush that kills both Kamarov and Soap]], he [[spoiler: shot Yuri in the gut during the flashback]] and [[spoiler: he finished Yuri off]] at the end of the third game. Basically, anytime Makarov appears, it is ''bad news''. In addition, though he doesn't appear when he does it, [[spoiler: he also detonates the nuke that kills Jackson and Vasquez in "Shock And Awe".]]

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* %%* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' has Vamp and Fortune.
* Every time [[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Vladimir Makarov]] Makarov from ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' appears in the flesh, without exception, a PlayerCharacter either dies or gets critically wounded, usually along with other important characters as well. He [[spoiler: exceutes Allen at the end of "No Russian"]], he [[spoiler: guns down Harkov when hijacking the President's plane]], he [[spoiler: sets up the ambush that kills both Kamarov and Soap]], he [[spoiler: shot Yuri in the gut during the flashback]] and [[spoiler: he finished Yuri off]] at the end of the third game. Basically, anytime Makarov appears, it is ''bad news''. In addition, though he doesn't appear when he does it, [[spoiler: he also detonates the nuke that kills Jackson and Vasquez in "Shock And Awe".]]



* Fox Face in the original ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts''.

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* %%* Fox Face in the original ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts''.
21st Jun '17 11:16:00 AM Az_Tech341
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* Because you play as a VillainProtagonist in ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'', this game partially inverts this trope. The five super agents are the only ones capable of permanently killing your henchmen, but you can play this trope straight by doing special sidequests to permanently defeat each agent.

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* Because you play as a VillainProtagonist in ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'', this game partially inverts [[{{Inverted|Trope}} inverts]] this trope. The trope: the five super agents are the only ones capable of permanently killing your henchmen, but henchmen. However, you can play this trope straight by doing special sidequests to permanently defeat each agent.
21st Jun '17 6:28:05 AM Gigabic
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* Because you play as a VillainProtagonist in ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'', this game does the opposite. The five Super Agents are the only enemies capable of killing your Genius or your Henchmen.

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* Because you play as a VillainProtagonist in ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'', this game does the opposite. partially inverts this trope. The five Super Agents super agents are the only enemies ones capable of permanently killing your Genius or your Henchmen. henchmen, but you can play this trope straight by doing special sidequests to permanently defeat each agent.
20th Jun '17 3:55:57 AM Wuz
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* Every time [[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Vladimir Makarov]] appears in the flesh, without exception, a PlayerCharacter either dies or gets critically wounded, usually along with other important characters as well. He [[spoiler: exceutes Allen at the end of "No Russian"]], he [[spoiler: guns down Harkov when hijacking the President's plane]], he [[spoiler: sets up the ambush that kills both Kamarov and Soap]], he [[spoiler: shot Yuri in the gut during the flashback]] and [[spoiler: he finished Yuri off]] at the end of the third game. Basically, anytime Makarov appears, it is ''bad news''.
** Though he doesn't appear when he does it, [[spoiler: he detonates the nuke that kills Jackson and Vasquez in "Shock And Awe", and his chemical bomb kills the Davis Family.]]

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* Every time [[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Vladimir Makarov]] appears in the flesh, without exception, a PlayerCharacter either dies or gets critically wounded, usually along with other important characters as well. He [[spoiler: exceutes Allen at the end of "No Russian"]], he [[spoiler: guns down Harkov when hijacking the President's plane]], he [[spoiler: sets up the ambush that kills both Kamarov and Soap]], he [[spoiler: shot Yuri in the gut during the flashback]] and [[spoiler: he finished Yuri off]] at the end of the third game. Basically, anytime Makarov appears, it is ''bad news''.
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news''. In addition, though he doesn't appear when he does it, [[spoiler: he also detonates the nuke that kills Jackson and Vasquez in "Shock And Awe", and his chemical bomb kills the Davis Family.Awe".]]
4th Jun '17 2:58:06 AM Hanz
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* Invoked in ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' with Garou, a martial artist who targets the Hero Association out of a desire to become a "Monster" in his own right. [[spoiler: Subverted, however; it turns out that he never actually ''kills'' the heroes he defeated, and his true goal is to be the BigBad so that there can be a BigGood who can unite the world against him]].

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* Invoked in ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' with has Garou, a martial artist who targets the Hero Association out of a desire to become a "Monster" in his own right. [[spoiler: Subverted, however; it turns out that he never actually ''kills'' the heroes he defeated, and his true goal is to be the BigBad so that there can be a BigGood who can unite the world against him]].
30th May '17 1:12:05 AM Az_Tech341
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* The titular character of ComicBook/BombQueen fits the bill with her ruthless murder of every hero to set foot in New Port City. She has no qualms about killing non-heroes that run afoul of her villainous machinations.
29th May '17 10:59:01 PM DavidEssay
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* The titular character of ComicBook/BombQueen fits the bill with her ruthless murder of every hero to set foot in New Port City. She has no qualms about killing non-heroes that run afoul of her villainous machinations.
27th May '17 4:51:19 AM Hanz
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* Invoked in ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' with "Hero Hunter" Garou, a martial artist who targets the Hero Association out of a desire to become a "Monster" in his own right. [[spoiler: Subverted, however; it turns out that he never actually ''kills'' the heroes he defeated, and his true goal is to be the BigBad so that there can be a BigGood who can unite the world against him]].

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* Invoked in ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' with "Hero Hunter" Garou, a martial artist who targets the Hero Association out of a desire to become a "Monster" in his own right. [[spoiler: Subverted, however; it turns out that he never actually ''kills'' the heroes he defeated, and his true goal is to be the BigBad so that there can be a BigGood who can unite the world against him]].
25th May '17 4:26:52 PM gb00393
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** Aside from being a feared commander, Roose was one of the masterminds of the Red Wedding and personally killed Robb Stark.
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