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* If you want a not-so-sunny example of this trope, look at ComicBook/{{Lobo}}. He hunted down and killed every single member of his own race...for fun.
* ComicBook/{{X-Factor}} began as a team that hunted down mutants. The general public didn't know that the team members were mutants themselves and [[spoiler:that they were actually trying to help the mutants they "hunt" down]].
** The ComicBook/{{X-men}} in general fight evil mutants quite often when they aren't fighting anti-mutant racists.

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* If you want a not-so-sunny example of this trope, look at ComicBook/{{Lobo}}. He hunted down and killed every single member of his own race... for fun.
* ComicBook/{{X-Factor}} ''ComicBook/XMen'':
** The X-Men in general fight evil mutants quite often when they aren't fighting anti-mutant racists.
** ComicBook/XFactor
began as a team that hunted down mutants. The general public didn't know that the team members were mutants themselves and [[spoiler:that they were actually trying to help the mutants they "hunt" down]].
** The ComicBook/{{X-men}} in general fight evil mutants quite often when they aren't fighting anti-mutant racists.
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* ComicBook/{{Venom}} was like this. One of the few reasons he'd [[EnemyMine willingly ally himself]] with SpiderMan was to fight Carnage or another Symbiote; he simply ''hated'' them. This became a far-more prominent goal when he later became Anti-Venom.

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* ComicBook/{{Venom}} was ComicBook/SpiderMan'':
** ''ComicBook/{{Venom}} is
like this. One of the few reasons he'd [[EnemyMine willingly ally himself]] with SpiderMan was Spider-Man is to fight Carnage or another Symbiote; he simply ''hated'' ''hates'' them. This became a far-more prominent goal when he later became becomes Anti-Venom.



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* Many a MarySueHunter can fall into this by accident - one of the main criticisms of the genre (beyond "WHY DID YOU KILL MY CHARACTER I HATE YOU") is that said Hunters often end up being {{Mary Sue}}s themselves.
** If you think about it having a character beat an over-idealized character as such a MarySue (with the exception of AntiSues) has a high probability of accidentally becoming one him-or-her-self because having beaten an over-powered character requires you to be even more powerful or extremely lucky. A way to around this can be to have them have a hard time at first and work hard to defeat the {{Mary Sue}}(s) or {{Marty Stu}}(s) & then succeed.

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* Many a MarySueHunter can fall into this by accident - -- one of the main criticisms of the genre (beyond "WHY DID YOU KILL MY CHARACTER I HATE YOU") is that said Hunters often end up being {{Mary Sue}}s themselves.
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themselves. If you think about it it, having a character beat an over-idealized character as such a MarySue (with the exception of AntiSues) has a high probability of accidentally becoming one him-or-her-self because having beaten an over-powered character requires you to be even more powerful or extremely lucky. A way to around this can be to have them have a hard time at first and work hard to defeat the {{Mary Sue}}(s) or {{Marty Stu}}(s) & and then succeed.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest'', Zak, the human, plays this role for the nonhuman locals, though he [[VanHelsingHateCrimes doesn't actually hurt anyone]]; he just tries to stop them.
-->'''Zak:''' Guys, things have got to change.
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-->''Why can't a witch be a witch hunter?''

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-->''Why --->'''Chloe:''' Why can't a witch be a witch hunter?''hunter?



* [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt Drizzt Do'Urden]] from the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' is another poster boy contender considering how badly he breaks his vow to never kill drow elves.
** He discards the vow in the third group of books after realizing it's stupid to kill goblins and other evil monsters, but not drow.

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* [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt ''Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt'':
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Drizzt Do'Urden]] Do'Urden from the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms is another poster boy contender considering how badly he breaks his vow to never kill drow elves.
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elves. He discards the vow in the third group of books after realizing it's stupid to kill goblins and other evil monsters, but not drow.



* While we're at it, Jander Sunstar from the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' is yet another vampire hunter vampire.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'':
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While we're at it, Jander Sunstar from the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' Forgotten Realms and ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' Ravenloft is yet another vampire hunter vampire-hunter vampire.



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* The title character of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is a vampire who hunts other vampires, and the character Spike also fits this description. When Angel first meets Buffy in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' he tells her that what he wants is to kill them, to kill them all. It turns out that he wants to kill them to make up for his own monstrous actions.
** Spike initially inverts some parts of the trope since he starts out fighting vampires and demons not because he wanted to be good, but because he could no longer attack humans and [[BloodKnight REALLY missed violence]].

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
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The title character of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is a vampire who hunts other vampires, and the character Spike also fits this description. character When Angel first meets Buffy in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' he tells her that what he wants is to kill them, to kill them all. It turns out that he wants to kill them to make up for his own monstrous actions.
** Spike also fits this description, although he initially inverts some parts of the trope since he starts out fighting vampires and demons not because he wanted wants to be good, but because he could can no longer attack humans and [[BloodKnight REALLY missed misses violence]].



* Eric Cord from ''Werewolf'' did this for the entire series.

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* %%* Eric Cord from ''Werewolf'' did does this for the entire series.






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* One of the potential racial backgrounds for the Shardmind in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' 4e is Shard Slayer, a Shardmind which believes that, since their kind was born from shards of the living gate, then a dead Shardmind's life force returns to it and mends the gaps that allows the influence of the Far Realm to seep through. This mentality is taken to a logical extreme as Shard Slayers hunt down and kill other Shardmind and destroy unawakened shards in the hopes of closing the gate back up.
** The Ranger class has the Favored Enemy ability, where the character chooses one or more species and gains several benefits fighting that species. Only an evil Ranger can choose their own species, however, in which case they qualify for this trope.
** In ''Van Richten's Guide to Witches'' (an accessory for the ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' campaign), the good doctor claims that he wrote the book with the help of a greenhag who despised other members of her species and was all to willing to aid him in publishing a book that could be used against them. (Why? According to Van Richten, she refused to say.)
* A few examples from the [[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness new World of Darkness]]:

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* * ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''
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One of the potential racial backgrounds for the Shardmind in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' 4e 4[-[[superscript:th]]-] Edition is Shard Slayer, a Shardmind which believes that, since their kind was born from shards of the living gate, then a dead Shardmind's life force lifeforce returns to it and mends the gaps that allows the influence of the Far Realm to seep through. This mentality is taken to a logical extreme as Shard Slayers hunt down and kill other Shardmind and destroy unawakened shards in the hopes of closing the gate back up.
** The Ranger class has the Favored Enemy ability, where the character chooses one or more species and gains several benefits fighting that species. Only In 3.0, only an evil Ranger can choose their own species, however, in which case they qualify for this trope.
trope. In Edition 3.5, the evil limitation is removed; note though that "Favored Enemy" involves some non-combat bonuses, so a ranger could simply pick his own species to ease up interaction, or because they're likely the most common enemies (in the case of humans) rather than any desire to hunt them down.
** In ''Van Richten's Guide to Witches'' (an accessory for the ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' campaign), the good doctor claims that he wrote the book with the help of a greenhag who despised other members of her species and was all to too willing to aid him in publishing a book that could be used against them. (Why? According to Van Richten, she refused to say.)
* A few examples from the [[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness new World of Darkness]]:''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'':






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* Full-blooded demon Sparda in the ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' back story turned against his fellow demons and sealed them in their own world. His son Dante, a half-demon himself, carries on by hunting demons who sneak into our world. Nero in ''[=DMC4=]'' counts as well, [[spoiler:if one accepts the cut material where he is Vergil's son - Dante's nephew - and thus making him a quarter-demon.]]
* In ''SidMeiersPirates'', you have the option of only going after other pirates if you so choose.
* [[spoiler:Adell]] in ''VideoGame/Disgaea2CursedMemories''. Of course, [[spoiler:he's unaware that he's not human]].

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* Full-blooded demon Sparda in the ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' back story turned against his fellow demons and sealed them in their own world. His son Dante, a half-demon himself, carries on by hunting demons who sneak into our world. Nero in ''[=DMC4=]'' counts as well, [[spoiler:if one accepts the cut material where he is Vergil's son - -- Dante's nephew - -- and thus making him a quarter-demon.]]
* In ''SidMeiersPirates'', ''VideoGame/SidMeiersPirates'', you have the option of only going after other pirates if you so choose.
* ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'':
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[[spoiler:Adell]] in ''VideoGame/Disgaea2CursedMemories''. Of course, [[spoiler:he's unaware that he's not human]].



* Ashrah of the ''MortalKombat'' series is a demon who wields a holy sword that purifies her bit by bit with every one of her fellow demons that she kills. She hopes to become completely purified and holy this way.
* Pretty much the biggest {{reveal}} for ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' is that [[spoiler:Zero]] is the ''original'' Viral Maverick (meaning that TheVirus originally came from him). Not only is this fitting for the trope, it also makes him the [[TheAtoner hunter of the race he unwittingly created]].

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* Ashrah of the ''MortalKombat'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' series is a demon who wields a holy sword that purifies her bit by bit with every one of her fellow demons that she kills. She hopes to become completely purified and holy this way.
* ''VideoGame/MegaManX'':
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Pretty much the biggest {{reveal}} for ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' is that [[spoiler:Zero]] is the ''original'' Viral Maverick (meaning that TheVirus originally came from him). Not only is this fitting for the trope, it also makes him the [[TheAtoner hunter of the race he unwittingly created]].



* [[spoiler: Balthazar]] from ''BaldursGate II: Throne of Bhaal''. He knows the Bhaalspawn aren't AlwaysChaoticEvil, but thinks they're still too dangerous, and he intends to kill himself last in a ritual designed to stop this from bringing Bhaal back. He actually works with some of the other powerful Bhaalspawn because they want to kill all the others ''except'' themselves.

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* [[spoiler: Balthazar]] from ''BaldursGate II: Throne of Bhaal''.''VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal''. He knows the Bhaalspawn aren't AlwaysChaoticEvil, but thinks they're still too dangerous, and he intends to kill himself last in a ritual designed to stop this from bringing Bhaal back. He actually works with some of the other powerful Bhaalspawn because they want to kill all the others ''except'' themselves.



* Demon hunters in ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' study and use fel magic in order to more effectively hunt demons. Since the magic is innately corrupting, many of them become partially demonic themselves and may or may not retain their original noble intentions.

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* ''VideoGame/WarCraft'':
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Demon hunters in ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' study and use fel magic in order to more effectively hunt demons. Since the magic is innately corrupting, many of them become partially demonic themselves and may or may not retain their original noble intentions.



* The Dragonborn in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' is a mortal with an Aedric dragon soul who fights other Dragons. [[spoiler:The trope is played even straighter in the ''Dragonborn'' DLC, when the Dragonborn is forced into a confrontation with [[EvilCounterpart Miraak]], the First Dragonborn]].
** In fact, the Dragonborn's very title reflects this: in Dragon, "Dragonborn" is "Dovahkiin" which, when broken down the way most dragon names are, becomes "Dov Ah Kiin", or "Dragonkind Hunter Born".

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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'':
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The Dragonborn in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' is a mortal with an Aedric dragon soul who fights other Dragons. [[spoiler:The trope is played even straighter in the ''Dragonborn'' DLC, when the Dragonborn is forced into a confrontation with [[EvilCounterpart Miraak]], the First Dragonborn]].
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Dragonborn]]. In fact, the Dragonborn's very title reflects this: in Dragon, "Dragonborn" is "Dovahkiin" which, when broken down the way most dragon names are, becomes "Dov Ah Kiin", or "Dragonkind Hunter Born".



-->'''Raven:''' You wanted to see me, Isis?
-->'''Isis:''' Indeed, Raven. I have a new mission for you.
-->'''Raven:''' Do I get to kill vampires?
-->'''Isis:''' Still holding a grudge against your own kind?
-->'''Raven:''' Always.

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-->'''Raven:''' You wanted to see me, Isis?
-->'''Isis:'''
Isis?\\
'''Isis:'''
Indeed, Raven. I have a new mission for you.
-->'''Raven:'''
you.\\
'''Raven:'''
Do I get to kill vampires?
-->'''Isis:'''
vampires?\\
'''Isis:'''
Still holding a grudge against your own kind?
-->'''Raven:'''
kind?\\
'''Raven:'''
Always.



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* Arcueid from ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' took this trope to its logical conclusion, making herself the LastOfHerKind.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'':
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Arcueid from ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' from took this trope to its logical conclusion, making herself the LastOfHerKind.






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* Othar Tryggvassen, '''GentlemanAdventurer!''', from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', is a Spark on a quest to kill Sparks (eventually even the good ones, but for now just the bad ones). He's even outright stated that after he rid Europe of all the other Sparks, he'll end his own life just to ensure that the Spark is no more.
** On [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/fun/twitter_othar_01.php meeting]] his ''{{doppelganger}}'':
---> A puzzler. All Sparks must die, yet I am a Spark. I will kill myself when my mission is complete, but now I can kill myself first. Tempting.

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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'':
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Othar Tryggvassen, '''GentlemanAdventurer!''', from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', is a Spark on a quest to kill Sparks (eventually even the good ones, but for now just the bad ones). He's even outright stated that after he rid Europe of all the other Sparks, he'll end his own life just to ensure that the Spark is no more.
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more. On [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/fun/twitter_othar_01.php meeting]] his ''{{doppelganger}}'':
---> A --->''A puzzler. All Sparks must die, yet I am a Spark. I will kill myself when my mission is complete, but now I can kill myself first. Tempting.''






* ShowWithinAShow example from ''LookToTheWest'': one of the seminal works in that world's "[[SteamPunk Automaton fiction]]" craze of the 1820s-1850s period is ''The Venator'', about a KillerRobot whose role is to hunt down and kill the last of his own rebellious kind and, once this is accomplished, to [[NoPlaceForMeThere dismantle himself]].
* Dr. Alto Clef of the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' is a RealityWarper[[note]]or at least is totally immune to the powers of [[RealityWarper Reality Warpers]][[/note]] who is committed to using his powers only to get rid of other reality warpers.
** Assuming that [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-349 SCP-349]] is the work of one person, that person is an immortal who hunts and kills immortals who started out mortal and purposfully became immortal.
* ''FeedingTheTrolls'' is a series making fun of internet {{Troll}}s and other inflammatory figures on YouTube, essentially trolling trolls.

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* ShowWithinAShow example from ''LookToTheWest'': ''Literature/LookToTheWest'': one of the seminal works in that world's "[[SteamPunk Automaton fiction]]" craze of the 1820s-1850s period is ''The Venator'', about a KillerRobot whose role is to hunt down and kill the last of his own rebellious kind and, once this is accomplished, to [[NoPlaceForMeThere dismantle himself]].
* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'':
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Dr. Alto Clef of the ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' is a RealityWarper[[note]]or RealityWarper (or at least is totally immune to the powers of [[RealityWarper Reality Warpers]][[/note]] Warpers]]) who is committed to using his powers only to get rid of other reality warpers.
** Assuming that [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-349 SCP-349]] is the work of one person, that person is an immortal who hunts and kills immortals who started out mortal and purposfully purposefully became immortal.
* ''FeedingTheTrolls'' ''WebVideo/FeedingTheTrolls'' is a series making fun of internet {{Troll}}s and other inflammatory figures on YouTube, Webstie/YouTube, essentially trolling trolls.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest'', Zak, the human, plays this role for the nonhuman locals, though he [[VanHelsingHateCrimes doesn't actually hurt anyone]]; he just tries to stop them.
-->'''Zak:''' Guys, things have got to change.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest'', Zak, the human, plays this role for the nonhuman locals, though he [[VanHelsingHateCrimes doesn't actually hurt anyone]]; he just tries to stop them.
-->'''Zak:''' Guys, things have got to change.
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* ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', Rex being an EVO, is employed to fight [=EVOs=].
** This trope is actually [[PlayedWith played with]] because everyone on Earth, [[spoiler: except White Knight,]] is infected with nanites, the things that cause people to turn into [=EVOs=]. That means ''everyone'' at Providence is hunting down their own kind and anyone of them could randomly turn into one at ''anytime'' without warning.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', Rex being an EVO, is employed to fight [=EVOs=].
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[=EVOs=]. This trope is actually [[PlayedWith played with]] because everyone on Earth, [[spoiler: except [[spoiler:except White Knight,]] is infected with nanites, the things that cause people to turn into [=EVOs=]. That means ''everyone'' at Providence is hunting down their own kind and anyone of them could randomly turn into one at ''anytime'' without warning.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' brings us a rather prominent member of the anti bending supremacist faction, the Equalists, who is himself a waterbender. [[spoiler: Specifically, it's the leader of the movement, Amon, who has dedicated his life to ridding the world of bending.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' brings us a rather prominent member of the anti bending anti-bending supremacist faction, the Equalists, who is himself a waterbender. [[spoiler: Specifically, [[spoiler:Specifically, it's the leader of the movement, Amon, who has dedicated his life to ridding the world of bending.]]



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* In ''Anime/{{Macross}}''[=/=]''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milia_Fallyna_Jenius Milia]], a Zentraedi (or is that Meltran?) who is [[ArchEnemy obsessed with defeating]] the human ace [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximilian_Jenius Max]]. When she is captured by Max, not only does she do a FaceHeelTurn, she becomes his partner fighting the Zentraedi, but tends to [[VanHelsingHateCrimes shoot down her opponents with nonlethal shots when possible]].

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* In ''Anime/{{Macross}}''[=/=]''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''[=/=]''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milia_Fallyna_Jenius Milia]], a Zentraedi (or is that Meltran?) who is [[ArchEnemy obsessed with defeating]] the human ace [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximilian_Jenius Max]]. When she is captured by Max, not only does she do a FaceHeelTurn, she becomes his partner fighting the Zentraedi, but tends to [[VanHelsingHateCrimes shoot down her opponents with nonlethal shots when possible]].possible]].
** In subsequent ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' shows, "cultured" Zentraedi are more than willing to their part to defend their human allies from their "uncultured" brethren.
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* Although not directly called forward, as a dwarf, Bolivar Trask in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' is a human mutant who hunts down super-powered human mutants in order to advance technology through gruesome experiments.
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* If you want a not-so-sunny example of this trope, look at Lobo. He hunted down and killed every single member of his own race...for fun.

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* If you want a not-so-sunny example of this trope, look at Lobo.ComicBook/{{Lobo}}. He hunted down and killed every single member of his own race...for fun.
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** In fact, the Dragonborn's very title reflects this: in Dragon, "Dragonborn" is "Dovahkiin" which, when broken down the way most dragon names are, becomes "Dov Ah Kiin", or "Dragonkind Hunter Born".
10th Apr '16 4:51:03 AM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/InfamousSecondSon'' has the D.U.P., CapeBusters led by Brooke Augustine, a Conduit who has bestowed her [[DishingOutDirt concrete-based]] powers to the rest of the group.

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* ''Videogame/InfamousSecondSon'' has the D.U.P., CapeBusters the MutantRegistrationBoard led by Brooke Augustine, a Conduit who has bestowed her [[DishingOutDirt concrete-based]] powers to the rest of the group.group. [[spoiler:Her actual purpose however is to imprison them in one place so they cannot be harmed by outside forces]].
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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' has a SciFi twist on this with Setsuna's Gundam Exia: its primary purpose is to hunt down any Gundam should its pilot go rogue, since its [[BladeBelowTheShoulder GN sword]] is the only weapon that can penetrate a Gundam's [[SomeKindOfForceField GN field]]. [[spoiler:Though late in the first season, the Earth's military gets their hands on GN Drive technology, meaning Exia has a wealth of targets from then on.]]
22nd Mar '16 9:06:45 AM matteste
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* [[spoiler: Natsuno]] aids in the efforts to stop the vampires infesting Sotoba Village in ''{{Shiki}}'', ultimately [[spoiler: killing TheDragon and himself in the process]].

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* [[spoiler: Natsuno]] aids in the efforts to stop the vampires infesting Sotoba Village in ''{{Shiki}}'', ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'', ultimately [[spoiler: killing TheDragon and himself in the process]].
18th Mar '16 1:58:05 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''TheSarahConnorChronicles'', [[RobotGirl Cameron]] is frequently tasked with hunting and destroying other Terminators. Most often, she does this to protect others, but one episode involves her going into full-on detective mode to track down a Terminator she discovers entirely by accident, and then destroying it.

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* In ''TheSarahConnorChronicles'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', [[RobotGirl Cameron]] is frequently tasked with hunting and destroying other Terminators. Most often, she does this to protect others, but one episode involves her going into full-on detective mode to track down a Terminator she discovers entirely by accident, and then destroying it.
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* Rayne from ''VideoGame/BloodRayne''.

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* Rayne from ''VideoGame/BloodRayne''.''VideoGame/BloodRayne'' is a Dhampyr with one hell of a vendetta against her vampiric father Kagan for [[ChildByRape the circumstances leading to her birth]].
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