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17th Jun '17 3:13:01 PM LavonPapillon1
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17th Jun '17 3:10:59 PM LavonPapillon1
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents A hoonter should hoont beasts. Leave the hoonting of hoonters to me.]]'']]
13th Jun '17 3:48:38 AM Hjortron18
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* In TheStinger of ''Film/DoctorStrange'', [[spoiler:Mordo]] is shown to have [[StartOfDarkness started hunting down sorcerers]] on account of there being too many sorcerers in the world.

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* In TheStinger of ''Film/DoctorStrange'', ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'', [[spoiler:Mordo]] is shown to have [[StartOfDarkness started hunting down sorcerers]] on account of there being too many sorcerers in the world.
31st May '17 9:38:54 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* {{Kaiju}} seem to hate each other with a passion, needing little reason to fight each other whenever their paths cross, only considering a truce when worse Kaiju like King Ghidorah show up.
30th May '17 8:10:40 PM gadeel
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* In ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'', there exists Executioner-Type [=YoRHa=] androids that exist to fight androids that have gone rogue [[spoiler:or to kill anyone, such as Scanner-Types, that learn too much about Project [=YoRHa=]]]. You encounter a few around, like 7E at the start of the game, another in a side quest [[spoiler:and 2B herself, whose actual designation is '''2E''']].
28th May '17 3:15:17 AM Dark_Lord_
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** Almost all of the Kamen Riders from the Showa Era (1971-1989) of the franchise are this, as they were cyborg mutants created by the villainous organization, but escaped before the brainwashing could be completed or defected afterwards. Because the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]] are also cyborg mutants, the result is this trope.
10th May '17 5:36:37 AM RezaMaulana98
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** In ''Series/KamenRiderFaiz'', [[spoiler:[=Faiz/Takumi=] is actually the wolf Orphenoch.]]

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** In ''Series/KamenRiderFaiz'', [[spoiler:[=Faiz/Takumi=] is actually the wolf Wolf Orphenoch.]]
** In ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'', [[spoiler:[=Tsurugi/Sasword=] is actually the Scorpio Worm. Scorpio Worm then killed the real Tsurugi and take his identity as a result. Unfortunately for Scorpio Worm, Tsurugi's will successfully fights back against Scorpio, and Scorpio proceeds to completely forgot his Worm persona as a result.
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9th May '17 8:59:36 PM DarkHunter
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** Arcueid from took this trope to its logical conclusion, making herself the LastOfHerKind.

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** Arcueid from took this trope to its logical conclusion, making herself the LastOfHerKind.


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** Background material also refers to a vampire by the name of "Enhance", who has sided with the Church and works to annihilate his own kind. Apparently he is a relatively "young" vampire and rejects his monstrous nature, holding onto as much of his humanity as possible.
2nd May '17 7:54:14 AM BatDan
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** Multiple in ''Series/KamenRiderAmazons'', [[spoiler: There's Haruka Mizusawa (Amazon Omega), a half-human & Amazon hybrid, Jin Takayama (Amazon Alpha), a human injected with the Amazon cells, and Mamoru (Mole Amazon) a child-like Amazon that works with the protagonists. Season 2 has Chihiro (Amazon Neo), seemingly a human but with Amazon characteristics, and Iyu (Crow Amazon), a human girl killed by her Amazon father and brought back as an Amazon.]]
26th Feb '17 7:38:13 PM TheNerevarine
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** If the Dragonborn is a Vampire or Werewolf, this trope can occasionally come into play. Defied in ''Dawnguard'', as Isran will frequently chastise and refuse to deal with a Vampire Dragonborn until they cure themselves. Ironically, a Dragonborn that sides with the Volkihar vampires can play this trope straight, since a large number of side quest involve killing lesser vampires for [[PragmaticVillainy drawing too much mortal attention]] and partly because the [[SupernaturalElite Volkihar vampires]] just plain [[FantasticRacism look down on the thin-bloods]].

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** If the Dragonborn is a Vampire or Werewolf, this trope can occasionally come into play. Defied in ''Dawnguard'', as Isran will frequently chastise and refuse to deal with a Vampire Dragonborn until they cure themselves. Ironically, a Dragonborn that sides with the Volkihar vampires can ''also'' play this trope straight, since a large number of side quest quests involve killing lesser vampires vampires, mostly for [[PragmaticVillainy drawing too much mortal attention]] attention to themselves]] and partly because the [[SupernaturalElite Volkihar vampires]] just plain [[FantasticRacism look down on the thin-bloods]].
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