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16th Sep '17 8:20:12 AM Luppercus
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* Slimer from ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' is a ghost that lives with the Ghostbusters and helps them against other ghosts from time to time (i.e., almost every other ghost in the ContainmentUnit was caught with Slimer's help).

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* Slimer from ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' is a ghost that lives with the Ghostbusters and helps them against other ghosts from time to time (i.e., almost every other ghost in the ContainmentUnit [[PrisonDimension Containment Unit]] was caught with Slimer's help).
11th Sep '17 12:15:48 PM Robbyn
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* LightNovel/VampireHunterD goes after the vampire Nobility who once ruled the earth.
* ''LightNovel/TrinityBlood'': Abel Nightroad is a crusnik, a vampire who hunts and eats other vampires; although it is implied (in the anime) by their dialogue that the Crusnik see themselves as another race entirely, they do need the blood of vampires to survive. Abel is the only one [[spoiler: of the three]] who actually makes it a point to hunt vampires. [[spoiler: His sister]] isn't shown to hunt anyone (in fact, [[spoiler:she's the empress of the vampires]]), and [[spoiler: Cain]] doesn't care who he hunts/hurts.
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''
** Alucard is an interesting case; he's frequently as bad or ''worse'' than the vampires he's hunting (''[[EvenEvilHasStandards maybe...]]'') and takes far too much glee in killing them, often getting [[FamilyUnfriendlyDeath 'creative']] in his methods. Really, he only hunts vampires because he's bound to follow orders from the head of the Helsing family, and they're in the vampire hunting business.
** Alucard's fledgling, Seras Victoria, was a police officer before joining the Helsing organization so little has changed for her. It's just that now the criminals she hunts are a lot more dangerous.

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* LightNovel/VampireHunterD goes after the vampire Nobility who once ruled the earth.
* ''LightNovel/TrinityBlood'': Abel Nightroad is a crusnik, a vampire who hunts and eats
''Manga/AttackOnTitan''
** The Rogue Titan attacks
other vampires; although it is implied (in Titans while ignoring the anime) by their dialogue that the Crusnik see themselves as another race entirely, they do need the blood of vampires to survive. Abel is the only one nearby humans. [[spoiler: of the three]] who This is because it's actually makes it Eren, on a point RoaringRampageOfRevenge after his VoluntaryShapeShifting powers manifested. Armin successfully invokes this trope, convincing the military that Eren can become their trump card in the battle to hunt vampires. reclaim first Wall Rose, and eventually Wall Maria from the Titans.]]
**
[[spoiler: His sister]] isn't shown Ymir also becomes this when her unarmed squad is cornered in a castle tower by a horde of Titans. WordOfGod confirms her decision to hunt anyone (in fact, [[spoiler:she's the empress of the vampires]]), reveal herself and [[spoiler: Cain]] doesn't care who he hunts/hurts.
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''
** Alucard
fight is an interesting case; he's frequently as bad or ''worse'' than the vampires he's hunting (''[[EvenEvilHasStandards maybe...]]'') and takes far too much glee in killing them, often getting [[FamilyUnfriendlyDeath 'creative']] in his methods. Really, he only hunts vampires because he's bound she's in love with Krista. She gets overwhelmed, but luckily the Survey Corps [[BigDamnHeroes arrives in time to follow orders save her.]]]]
* Saya
from the head of the Helsing family, ''Anime/BloodTheLastVampire'', ''Anime/BloodPlus'', and they're [[AmbiguouslyHuman possibly]] ''Anime/BloodC'' [[note]][[NamesTheSame different girl, mind you]][[/note]].
* [[AntiAntiChrist Rin]] from ''Manga/BlueExorcist''. Mephisto even lampshades this
in the vampire hunting business.
** Alucard's fledgling, Seras Victoria, was
a police officer before joining the Helsing organization so little has changed for her. It's just that now the criminals she hunts are a lot more dangerous. recent chapter.



* Both Robin and Amon in ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin'' are witches who hunt other witches.

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* Both Robin and Amon in ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin'' are witches who hunt Dark from ''Manga/DNAngel'' was described as such by Argentine. Weirdly, he's technically an ''artwork'' that steals other witches.non-living evil artwork. Krad counts as well; his mission in life is to kill Dark. Krad's not only another living artwork, but the ''same exact one'' as Dark, making him not only a hunter of his own kind, but a ''hunter of himself,'' which is probably as far as you can take this trope.
* Nagasawa from ''Manga/DawnTsumetaiTe'' is immune to the worst effects of [[TheCorruption Nightshift]], whose [[BodyHorror not-so-fortunate victims]] he must hunt down and kill using the very mutations that the Nightshift has given him.
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''
** Scar only targets alchemists, despite using alchemy himself. Of course, Scar never identifies himself as an alchemist because his religion considers it a sin, thus he exploits a LoopholeAbuse because true alchemy is three stages (Composition, Deconstruction, and Reconstruction), and he only stops at the second, which is still enough to blow a person's body apart. [[spoiler:He gradually overcomes this]].
** [[spoiler:Greed]] spends quite some time fighting other homunculi after his HeelFaceTurn.
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''
** Alucard is an interesting case; he's frequently as bad or ''worse'' than the vampires he's hunting (''[[EvenEvilHasStandards maybe...]]'') and takes far too much glee in killing them, often getting [[FamilyUnfriendlyDeath 'creative']] in his methods. Really, he only hunts vampires because he's bound to follow orders from the head of the Helsing family, and they're in the vampire hunting business.
** Alucard's fledgling, Seras Victoria, was a police officer before joining the Helsing organization so little has changed for her. It's just that now the criminals she hunts are a lot more dangerous.



* ''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.]]
* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''
** [[spoiler:Rei Ayanami]] is an artificially created Angel/Human hybrid who pilots an Evangelion to fight Angels.
** [[spoiler:The [=EVAs=] themselves are reverse engineered from the first two Angels]].
* ''LightNovel/NinjaSlayer'' is about a super-powered ninja who slays other super-powered ninjas. He's not the only example in-series, however: Dragon Yukano, Yamoto Koki, and from the villains' side, Darkninja, could all be considered hunters of their own kind.
* The main character in Kei Kusunoki's ''Manga/OgreSlayer''.
* A non-species example: The Seven Warlords of the Sea in ''Manga/OnePiece'' are government sponsored pirates who given amnesty (and often a blind eye to their other shady dealings) in exchange for bringing down other pirates.
* Averted in ''Manga/{{Saiyuki}}''. On a few occasions Sanzo's three sidekicks get accused by the random demons they fight of being an example of this trope, as they're following a human who has a reputation of being a demon-slayer. However, the only reason the group ends up fighting those demons is because said demons have little idea of the trio's backgrounds[[note]]Hakkai was originally human, Gojyo is a half-breed whose demon stepmother hated him, and Goku is more of a godlike being than a demon[[/note]] and are [[TooDumbToLive stupid enough to get in their way in the first place]].
* [[spoiler: Natsuno]] aids in the efforts to stop the vampires infesting Sotoba Village in ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'', ultimately [[spoiler: killing TheDragon and himself in the process]].
* In ''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]].
** In subsequent ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' shows, "cultured" Zentraedi are more than willing to do their part to defend their human allies from their "uncultured" brethren.
* In ''[[Manga/TokyoGhoul Tokyo Ghoul:re]]'', the protagonists are part of a newly-formed team of artificial [[HalfHumanHybrid One-Eyed Ghouls]] that [[HunterOfMonsters CCG]] has created to hunt Ghouls. They clearly think of themselves as still being human, but wield the same abilities as an ordinary Ghoul and are viewed with mistrust by their peers.
** The mistrust is a bit justified as one-eyed ghouls can't digest human food, [[HorrorHunger so they have to feed off humans and ghouls.]]
** [[spoiler:The heads of CCG the Washuu Clan]] are an old family of Ghouls who hunt other Ghouls.
* ''LightNovel/TrinityBlood'': Abel Nightroad is a crusnik, a vampire who hunts and eats other vampires; although it is implied (in the anime) by their dialogue that the Crusnik see themselves as another race entirely, they do need the blood of vampires to survive. Abel is the only one [[spoiler: of the three]] who actually makes it a point to hunt vampires. [[spoiler: His sister]] isn't shown to hunt anyone (in fact, [[spoiler:she's the empress of the vampires]]), and [[spoiler: Cain]] doesn't care who he hunts/hurts.



* ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'':
** [[spoiler:Yusuke]] ends up being one when it's revealed he has a little demon in him towards the end of the series.
** Hiei also qualifies. Ever since he could walk, he's been brutally slaughtering demons left and right, all because he enjoyed killing. Although for a time, his primary motivation was to kill all the ice maidens from his birthplace.

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* ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'':
** [[spoiler:Yusuke]] ends up being one when it's revealed he has a little demon in him towards
LightNovel/VampireHunterD goes after the end of vampire Nobility who once ruled the series.
** Hiei also qualifies. Ever since he could walk, he's been brutally slaughtering demons left and right, all because he enjoyed killing. Although for a time, his primary motivation was to kill all the ice maidens
earth.
%%* Zero
from his birthplace.''Manga/VampireKnight''.
* Both Robin and Amon in ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin'' are witches who hunt other witches.



* The main character in Kei Kusunoki's ''Manga/OgreSlayer''.
* In ''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]].
** In subsequent ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' shows, "cultured" Zentraedi are more than willing to do their part to defend their human allies from their "uncultured" brethren.
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''
** the assassin Scar only targets alchemists, despite using alchemy himself. Of course, Scar never identifies himself as an alchemist because his religion considers it a sin, thus he exploits a LoopholeAbuse because true alchemy is three stages (Composition, Deconstruction, and Reconstruction), and he only stops at the second, which is still enough to blow a person's body apart. [[spoiler:He gradually overcomes this]].
** [[spoiler:Greed]] spends quite some time fighting other homunculi after his HeelFaceTurn.
* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''
** [[spoiler:Rei Ayanami]] is an artificially created Angel/Human hybrid who pilots an Evangelion to fight Angels.
** [[spoiler:The [=EVAs=] themselves are reverse engineered from the first two Angels]].
* Dark from ''Manga/DNAngel'' was described as such by Argentine. Weirdly, he's technically an ''artwork'' that steals other non-living evil artwork. Krad counts as well; his mission in life is to kill Dark. Krad's not only another living artwork, but the ''same exact one'' as Dark, making him not only a hunter of his own kind, but a ''hunter of himself,'' which is probably as far as you can take this trope.
* Zero from ''Manga/VampireKnight''.
* Saya from ''Anime/BloodTheLastVampire'', ''Anime/BloodPlus'', and [[AmbiguouslyHuman possibly]] ''Anime/BloodC'' [[note]][[NamesTheSame different girl, mind you]][[/note]].
* Nagasawa from ''Manga/DawnTsumetaiTe'' is immune to the worst effects of [[TheCorruption Nightshift]], whose [[BodyHorror not-so-fortunate victims]] he must hunt down and kill using the very mutations that the Nightshift has given him.

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* The main character in Kei Kusunoki's ''Manga/OgreSlayer''.
* In ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''[=/=]''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milia_Fallyna_Jenius Milia]], the original ''Manga/YuGiOh'' manga, Yugi's snobby classmate Kujirada had a Zentraedi (or is "hidden character" [[{{Tamagachi}} virtual pet]] (as in, it would live two months, as opposed to normal ones, that Meltran?) who is [[ArchEnemy obsessed lived twenty-one days). Unfortunately for him, it was harder to take care of, and had a [[AIIsACrapshoot malignant intelligence]], along 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 ability to [[VanHelsingHateCrimes shoot down her opponents with nonlethal shots when possible]].
** In subsequent ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' shows, "cultured" Zentraedi are more than willing to do their part to defend their human allies from their "uncultured" brethren.
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''
** the assassin Scar only targets alchemists, despite using alchemy himself. Of course, Scar never identifies himself as an alchemist because his religion considers it a sin, thus he exploits a LoopholeAbuse because true alchemy is three stages (Composition, Deconstruction,
control Kujirada. The evil virtual pet eventually got tired of normal virtual food, and Reconstruction), and he only stops at the second, which is still enough directed its owner to blow a person's body apart. [[spoiler:He gradually overcomes this]].
** [[spoiler:Greed]] spends quite some time fighting
link it to other homunculi after his HeelFaceTurn.
* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''
** [[spoiler:Rei Ayanami]] is an artificially created Angel/Human hybrid
kids' devices so it could devour other virtual pets. It met its end when [[MuggingTheMonster it tried to prey on Yugi's pet]], who pilots an Evangelion due to fight Angels.
swapping data with Jonouchi's pet, was [[PintSizedPowerhouse much tougher than it looked.]]
* ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'':
** [[spoiler:The [=EVAs=] themselves are reverse engineered from [[spoiler:Yusuke]] ends up being one when it's revealed he has a little demon in him towards the first two Angels]].
* Dark from ''Manga/DNAngel'' was described as such by Argentine. Weirdly,
end of the series.
** Hiei also qualifies. Ever since he could walk,
he's technically an ''artwork'' that steals other non-living evil artwork. Krad counts as well; been brutally slaughtering demons left and right, all because he enjoyed killing. Although for a time, his mission in life is primary motivation was to kill Dark. Krad's not only another living artwork, but all the ''same exact one'' as Dark, making him not only a hunter of his own kind, but a ''hunter of himself,'' which is probably as far as you can take this trope.
* Zero
ice maidens from ''Manga/VampireKnight''.
* Saya from ''Anime/BloodTheLastVampire'', ''Anime/BloodPlus'', and [[AmbiguouslyHuman possibly]] ''Anime/BloodC'' [[note]][[NamesTheSame different girl, mind you]][[/note]].
* Nagasawa from ''Manga/DawnTsumetaiTe'' is immune to the worst effects of [[TheCorruption Nightshift]], whose [[BodyHorror not-so-fortunate victims]] he must hunt down and kill using the very mutations that the Nightshift has given him.
his birthplace.



* [[AntiAntiChrist Rin]] from ''Manga/BlueExorcist''. Mephisto even lampshades this in a recent chapter.
* [[spoiler: Natsuno]] aids in the efforts to stop the vampires infesting Sotoba Village in ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'', ultimately [[spoiler: killing TheDragon and himself in the process]].
* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''
** The Rogue Titan attacks other Titans while ignoring the nearby humans. [[spoiler: This is because it's actually Eren, on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge after his VoluntaryShapeShifting powers manifested. Armin successfully invokes this trope, convincing the military that Eren can become their trump card in the battle to reclaim first Wall Rose, and eventually Wall Maria from the Titans.]]
** [[spoiler: Ymir also becomes this when her unarmed squad is cornered in a castle tower by a horde of Titans. WordOfGod confirms her decision to reveal herself and fight is because she's in love with Krista. She gets overwhelmed, but luckily the Survey Corps [[BigDamnHeroes arrives in time to save her.]]]]
* In ''[[Manga/TokyoGhoul Tokyo Ghoul:re]]'', the protagonists are part of a newly-formed team of artificial [[HalfHumanHybrid One-Eyed Ghouls]] that [[HunterOfMonsters CCG]] has created to hunt Ghouls. They clearly think of themselves as still being human, but wield the same abilities as an ordinary Ghoul and are viewed with mistrust by their peers.
** The mistrust is a bit justified as one-eyed ghouls can't digest human food, [[HorrorHunger so they have to feed off humans and ghouls.]]
** [[spoiler:The heads of CCG the Washuu Clan]] are an old family of Ghouls who hunt other Ghouls.
* Averted in ''Manga/{{Saiyuki}}''. On a few occasions Sanzo's three sidekicks get accused by the random demons they fight of being an example of this trope, as they're following a human who has a reputation of being a demon-slayer. However, the only reason the group ends up fighting those demons is because said demons have little idea of the trio's backgrounds[[note]]Hakkai was originally human, Gojyo is a half-breed whose demon stepmother hated him, and Goku is more of a godlike being than a demon[[/note]] and are [[TooDumbToLive stupid enough to get in their way in the first place]].
* A non-species example: The Seven Warlords of the Sea in ''Manga/OnePiece'' are government sponsored pirates who given amnesty (and often a blind eye to their other shady dealings) in exchange for bringing down other pirates.
* ''LightNovel/NinjaSlayer'' is about a super-powered ninja who slays other super-powered ninjas. He's not the only example in-series, however: Dragon Yukano, Yamoto Koki, and from the villains' side, Darkninja, could all be considered hunters of their own kind.
* ''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.]]
* In the original ''Manga/YuGiOh'' manga, Yugi's snobby classmate Kujirada had a "hidden character" [[{{Tamagachi}} virtual pet]] (as in, it would live two months, as opposed to normal ones, that lived twenty-one days). Unfortunately for him, it was harder to take care of, and had a [[AIIsACrapshoot malignant intelligence]], along with the ability to control Kujirada. The evil virtual pet eventually got tired of normal virtual food, and directed its owner to link it to other kids' devices so it could devour other virtual pets. It met its end when [[MuggingTheMonster it tried to prey on Yugi's pet]], who due to swapping data with Jonouchi's pet, was [[PintSizedPowerhouse much tougher than it looked.]]
6th Sep '17 3:59:00 AM Dravencour
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* ''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 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. And his waterbending is the evil bloodbending variety.]]
25th Aug '17 4:16:58 AM XFllo
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** Played straight if a Mage Hawke ends up being Templar-Aligned at the end of the game. If still alive, Carver will [[WhatTheHellHero call them out]] on this and points out that if [[DeadLittleSister Bethany]] was still alive, Hawke would be turning against ''her'' as well.

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** Played straight if a Mage Hawke ends up being Templar-Aligned at the end of the game. If still alive, Carver will [[WhatTheHellHero call them out]] on this and points out that if [[DeadLittleSister Bethany]] Bethany was still alive, Hawke would be turning against ''her'' as well.
12th Aug '17 2:43:19 PM Doug86
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* If you want a not-so-sunny example of this trope, look at original-model ComicBook/{{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 original-model ComicBook/{{Lobo}}.SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}}. He hunted down and killed every single member of his own race... for fun.
20th Jul '17 10:03:02 AM BeerBaron
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** The Dragonborn 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".
** If you choose to side with the Dawnguard vampire hunters against Lord Harkon in the ''Dawnguard'' DLC, Harkon's daughter Serana will join you and eventually be permitted to take up residence in the Dawnguard's headquarters. She ''can'' be convinced to cure herself of vampirism... but only if you say the right things, and only ''after'' Dawnguard's main quest.
** 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 quests involve killing lesser vampires, mostly for [[PragmaticVillainy drawing too much mortal attention to themselves]] and partly because the [[SupernaturalElite Volkihar vampires]] just plain [[FantasticRacism look down on the thin-bloods]].

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** The [[PlayerCharacter Dragonborn]] is a [[TheChosenOne rare mortal]] born with the [[DragonsAreDivine divine]] [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Aedric]] soul of a [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragon]]. Because dragons are [[TheAgeless ageless]] and, even if they are slain, can be [[ResurrectiveImmortality resurrected]] by another dragon, it takes another dragon or Dragonborn is a mortal with an Aedric dragon soul who fights other Dragons. [[spoiler:The trope is played even straighter in [[YourSoulIsMine absorbing their soul]] to permanently kill them. Akatosh, the ''Dragonborn'' DLC, when draconic God of Time, [[TopGod chief deity]] of the Imperial pantheon, and "[[MonsterProgenitor father]]" of dragons, specifically created the Dragonborn is forced into to serve as a confrontation with [[EvilCounterpart Miraak]], "natural predator" to the First Dragonborn]]. dragons. In fact, the Dragonborn's very title reflects this: in Dragon, Dovahzul, the language of the dragons, "Dragonborn" is "Dovahkiin" which, when broken down the way most dragon names are, becomes "Dov Ah Kiin", or "Dragonkind Hunter Born".
Born". Naturally, dragons see the Dragonborn as their equivalent to a HumanoidAbomination.
** The ''Dragonborn'' DLC plays it straight as well, with [[spoiler:the "Last Dragonborn" being forced into a confrontation with [[EvilCounterpart Miraak]], the ''First'' Dragonborn]].
** If you choose to side with the [[CreatureHunterOrganization Dawnguard vampire hunters hunters]] against Lord Harkon in the ''Dawnguard'' DLC, Harkon's daughter Serana will join you and eventually be permitted to take up residence in the Dawnguard's headquarters. She ''can'' be convinced to cure herself of vampirism... but only if you say the right things, and only ''after'' Dawnguard's main quest.
** If the Dragonborn is a Vampire [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire]] or Werewolf, [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent 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 quests involve killing lesser vampires, mostly for [[PragmaticVillainy drawing too much mortal attention to themselves]] and partly because the [[SupernaturalElite Volkihar vampires]] just plain [[FantasticRacism look down on the thin-bloods]].
17th Jun '17 3:13:01 PM LavonPapillon1
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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.
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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.
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