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13th Dec '17 10:23:44 AM LISBOAH
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Starcraft}} ]]'': The Dark Voice, who turns out to be named Amon, the true BigBad of the series, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Starcraft}} ]]'': ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'': The Dark Voice, who turns out to be named Amon, the true BigBad of the series, BigBad, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image
13th Dec '17 10:22:21 AM LISBOAH
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Starcraft}}]]'': The Dark Voice, who turns out to be named Amon, the true BigBad of the series, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Starcraft}}]]'': ''[[VideoGame/{{Starcraft}} ]]'': The Dark Voice, who turns out to be named Amon, the true BigBad of the series, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image
13th Dec '17 10:21:38 AM LISBOAH
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* The Dark Voice from ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft}}'' seems to fit this pretty well.

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Starcraft}}]]'': The Dark Voice from ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft}}'' seems Voice, who turns out to fit be named Amon, the true BigBad of the series, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this pretty well.might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image



** ''[[VideoGame/Starcraft]]'': Amon, the BigBad, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image.
13th Dec '17 10:18:52 AM LISBOAH
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** ''[[VideoGame/Starcraft]]'': Amon, the BigBad, is a fallen Xel'Naga that believes that the Endless Cycle is filled with torment and suffering and aims to bring an end to it. While this might make him sound like a DarkMessiah, and his worshippers believe in this, a protoss that entered his mind claims that his intentions are anything but noble. He only seeks to kill everything in the universe, even his own followers, and reshape it into his own image.
16th Nov '17 3:55:19 PM Jake18
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* This is the plan of the the BigBad Pucci in ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' part 6; to reset the universe and create a world where everybody knows their own destiny (also, the Joestars won't exist, but that more AvengingTheVillain).

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* This is the plan of the the BigBad Pucci in ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' part 6; to reset the universe and create a world where everybody knows their own destiny (also, the Joestars won't exist, but that that's more AvengingTheVillain).
2nd Nov '17 2:54:05 AM Loekman3
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Regardless of all of their {{Motive Rant}}s about justice, it's clear that this is the endgame of each version of Zamasu; by [[KillAllHumans wiping out all mortals]], they'll [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans create]] ''[[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans their]]'' [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans own vision of paradise]]. It's especially blatant with [[spoiler:Goku Black and Future Zamasu; they constantly go on about how they're doing the gods' justice and making a new world "by gods, for gods," and since they're the only ones left, it basically translates to their new world being "by us, for us."]] In the manga, [[spoiler:Fusion Zamasu]] takes it even further when he completely drops the "justice" angle and declares his intent to slaughter ''everyone'' across every timeline who ''isn't'' a version of himself, god and mortal alike.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Regardless of all of their {{Motive Rant}}s about justice, it's clear that this is the endgame of each version of Zamasu; by [[KillAllHumans wiping out all mortals]], they'll [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans create]] ''[[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans their]]'' [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans own vision of paradise]]. It's especially blatant with [[spoiler:Goku Black and Future Zamasu; they constantly go on about how they're doing the gods' justice and making a new world "by gods, for gods," and since they're the only ones left, it basically translates to their new world being "by us, for us."]] In the manga, [[Manga/DragonBallSuper manga]], [[spoiler:Fusion Zamasu]] takes it even further when he completely drops the "justice" angle and declares his intent to slaughter ''everyone'' across every timeline who ''isn't'' a version of himself, god and mortal alike.
26th Sep '17 8:59:31 AM WillBGood
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Regardless of all of their {{Motive Rants}} about justice, it's clear that this is the endgame of each version of Zamasu; by [[KillAllHumans wiping out all mortals]], they'll [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans create]] ''[[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans their]]'' [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans own vision of paradise]]. It's especially blatant with [[spoiler:Goku Black and Future Zamasu; they constantly go on about how they're doing the gods' justice and making a new world "by gods, for gods," and since they're the only ones left, it basically translates to their new world being "by us, for us."]] In the manga, [[spoiler:Fusion Zamasu]] takes it even further when he completely drops the "justice" angle and declares his intent to slaughter ''everyone'' across every timeline who ''isn't'' a version of himself, god and mortal alike.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Regardless of all of their {{Motive Rants}} Rant}}s about justice, it's clear that this is the endgame of each version of Zamasu; by [[KillAllHumans wiping out all mortals]], they'll [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans create]] ''[[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans their]]'' [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans own vision of paradise]]. It's especially blatant with [[spoiler:Goku Black and Future Zamasu; they constantly go on about how they're doing the gods' justice and making a new world "by gods, for gods," and since they're the only ones left, it basically translates to their new world being "by us, for us."]] In the manga, [[spoiler:Fusion Zamasu]] takes it even further when he completely drops the "justice" angle and declares his intent to slaughter ''everyone'' across every timeline who ''isn't'' a version of himself, god and mortal alike.
10th Aug '17 12:27:02 AM theoreo
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MajorLazer'' time-traveling villainess Lady Rothschild goes to the Garden of Eden with the goal of killing Eve and becoming "The Mother of Humanity". When Major Lazer shows up to stop her, she proposes killing Adam and to offer Major Lazer the title of humanity's baby daddy.
27th Jul '17 8:54:05 PM Nintendoman01
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** The Alchemax CEO, aka [[spoiler:Peter Parker 2099]], takes it even further, planning to harness the quantum energy of the incoming TimeCrash to assume control of the timestream and remake the universe in his image. He's actually well-intentioned, as a key part of this plan is undoing Peter Parker's mistakes, such as [[MyGreatestFailure the deaths]] of Uncle Ben and [[ILetGwenStacyDie Gwen Stacy]], but Spider-Man 2099 argues against him doing so, because he's [[NoManShouldHaveThisPower trying to harness power no human should have]].

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** The Alchemax CEO, aka [[spoiler:Peter Parker 2099]], takes it even further, planning to harness the quantum energy of the incoming TimeCrash to assume control of the timestream and remake the universe in his image. He's actually well-intentioned, a WellIntentionedExtremist, as a key part of this plan is undoing Peter Parker's mistakes, such as [[MyGreatestFailure the deaths]] of Uncle Ben and [[ILetGwenStacyDie Gwen Stacy]], but Spider-Man 2099 argues against him doing so, because he's [[NoManShouldHaveThisPower trying to harness power no human should have]].have]].
* ''[[VideoGame/SonicStorybookSeries Sonic and the Secret Rings]]'': The Erazor Djinn's ultimate plan, once he's acquired the [[MacGuffin seven World Rings]], is to remake the world of the Literature/ArabianNights in his image, and then move on to Sonic's world and repeat the process. He even states as such during the final boss.
-->'''Erazor''': I will remake this world and this reality in my own image!
8th Jun '17 7:12:19 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'':
** A key factor in Sloan's plan. By traveling back in time to the 1970s, he founds Alchemax years before it was supposed to be established, remaking the company in his image.
** The Alchemax CEO, aka [[spoiler:Peter Parker 2099]], takes it even further, planning to harness the quantum energy of the incoming TimeCrash to assume control of the timestream and remake the universe in his image. He's actually well-intentioned, as a key part of this plan is undoing Peter Parker's mistakes, such as [[MyGreatestFailure the deaths]] of Uncle Ben and [[ILetGwenStacyDie Gwen Stacy]], but Spider-Man 2099 argues against him doing so, because he's [[NoManShouldHaveThisPower trying to harness power no human should have]].
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