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19th Sep '17 7:11:09 AM Silverblade2
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* In ''Comicbook/XMen'', the Lensherr[=/=]Eisenhart[=/=]Maximoff/Dane family (''SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}'s'' family) seems to have a lot of issues with this. The man himself tends to go mad fairly regularly, ComicBook/ScarletWitch was responsible for ''Avengers Disassembled'' and ''House of M,'' Polaris also seems to spend half her time as an evil lunatic, and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} (getting off more lightly than the others) went kind of crazy after getting his powers back following the decimation.

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* In ''Comicbook/XMen'', the Lensherr[=/=]Eisenhart[=/=]Maximoff/Dane family (''SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}'s'' (''ComicBook/{{Magneto}}'s'' family) seems to have a lot of issues with this. The man himself tends to go mad fairly regularly, ComicBook/ScarletWitch was responsible for ''Avengers Disassembled'' and ''House of M,'' Polaris also seems to spend half her time as an evil lunatic, and ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} (getting off more lightly than the others) went kind of crazy after getting his powers back following the decimation.
9th Sep '17 3:49:41 PM nombretomado
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* Former ''AmericanIdol'' contestant Creigthon Fraker, an adopted son, says he understood why he has singing in his blood when he met his biological father, ''Music/FlotsamAndJetsam'''s frontman Eric A.K.

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* Former ''AmericanIdol'' ''Series/AmericanIdol'' contestant Creigthon Fraker, an adopted son, says he understood why he has singing in his blood when he met his biological father, ''Music/FlotsamAndJetsam'''s frontman Eric A.K.
7th Sep '17 9:39:15 PM PaulA
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* The work of Creator/HPLovecraft. From ''Literature/TheShadowOverInnsmouth'''s [[spoiler:Deep One-blooded protagonist]] to the protagonist of The Rats in the Walls having a predisposition toward [[spoiler:cannibalism and insanity]]; plus The Tomb's family links between the dead and living, it's completely pervasive.
** Also check out the late Arthur Jermyn. [[spoiler: His family is interbred with an ape.]]
* In his 20 novel long magnum opus examining the life of a coal mining family during the Second Empire, Emile Zola gave free rein to his simplistic personal theories on genetics, and included pie charts in his notes with each character's propensity for laziness, alcoholism, etc.

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* The work of Creator/HPLovecraft. From Creator/HPLovecraft:
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''Literature/TheShadowOverInnsmouth'''s [[spoiler:Deep One-blooded protagonist]] to the protagonist]].
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protagonist of The Rats in the Walls "Literature/TheRatsInTheWalls" having a predisposition toward [[spoiler:cannibalism and insanity]]; plus The Tomb's insanity]].
** "The Tomb"'s
family links between the dead and living, it's completely pervasive.
living.
** Also check out "Facts Concerning the late Late Arthur Jermyn.Jermyn and His Family". [[spoiler: His family is interbred with an ape.]]
* In his 20 novel long magnum opus examining the life of a coal mining family during the Second Empire, Emile Zola Creator/EmileZola gave free rein to his simplistic personal theories on genetics, and included pie charts in his notes with each character's propensity for laziness, alcoholism, etc.
17th Aug '17 8:39:57 PM creader
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14th Aug '17 11:23:32 AM LavonPapillon1
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime''
** Cora came to believe that love was a weakness that had to be removed, so she used her dark magic to take out her own heart, preventing her from making such attachments. She went on to force Regina to conform to a path that gave her power, leading to Regina asking Rumpelstiltskin for power, eventually turning her into the Evil Queen. This can also apply to Zelena too, as Cora abandoned her and favor Regina, fostering the envy that turned her into the Wicked Witch.
** Rumpelstiltskin was a cowardly man who's parents both abandoned him [[spoiler:just as his own father was abandoned, and as he did to his own son]] who ended up embracing the temptation of power via the curse of the Dark One and becoming one of the most powerful practitioners of dark magic in all the realms. His mother became the Black Fairy, a being so adept in dark magic that she claims to have "invented it" and nearly destroyed all of the realms of story by herself. His father Malcom [[spoiler:who became Peter Pan]] was a sociopathic man-child who abandoned his own son so that he could gain immortality and power through Neverland's magic [[spoiler:that and he unfairly blamed him for what his wife turned into]]. If anything, it would have been a miracle if he ''didn't'' turn evil.[[note]]Technically, he was meant to become a great hero, but his destiny was severed by his mother using the shears of destiny, thus leading him down his dark path since infancy[[/note]] His son Baelfire almost went down the same path in "[[Recap/OnceUponATimeS6E13IllBodingPatterns Ill Boding Patterns]]", but Rumpelstiltskin [[spoiler:drugged him with a memory potion to prevent him from remembering the allure of Rumpel's dark magic]].
4th Aug '17 9:06:39 PM Gamermaster
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4th Aug '17 9:06:13 PM Gamermaster
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* In ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'', the protagonist of Part V, Giorno Giovanna, is the son of Dio Brando. However, since Dio conceived Giorno after he had stolen Jonathan Joestar's body, Giorno is biologically Jonathan's son and thus is part of the Joestar bloodline. Joseph and Jotaro are initially concerned that he'll turn out like Dio. Fortunately, Giorno takes after his more heroic lineage instead, [[spoiler: even considering he takes over a massive criminal organization]], though he ''does'' have Dio's "WRRRRYYYY!" battle cry and gorgeous blond locks.

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* In ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'', ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', the protagonist of Part V, Giorno Giovanna, is the son of Dio Brando. However, since Dio conceived Giorno after he had stolen Jonathan Joestar's body, Giorno is biologically Jonathan's son and thus is part of the Joestar bloodline. Joseph and Jotaro are initially concerned that he'll turn out like Dio. Fortunately, Giorno takes after his more heroic lineage instead, [[spoiler: even considering he takes over a massive criminal organization]], though he ''does'' have Dio's "WRRRRYYYY!" battle cry and gorgeous blond locks.
17th Jul '17 4:58:39 AM BB8ForPresident
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** The Starks are also known for having "wolf blood", denoting wildness and rebellion. Ned Stark comments his brother Brandon and sister Lyanna had it and, of his children, notes that his younger daughter Arya has inherited those traits.
21st Jun '17 10:50:50 AM CosmicFerret
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* ''TheDukesOfHazzard'' has a number of examples in relation to the Dukes: They've been making moonshine ever since before their ancestors came to America. They've been "fighting the system" for as long as the Duke Clan and corrupt politics have coexisted. In the old west, the Duke's ancestors displayed an affection for fast horses; in modern times, they prefer fast cars. The Dukes' ancestors have also been allied with some other clans as far back as those clans have coexisted; this sometimes leads to Uncle Jesse recruiting the descendants of those clans as modern day allies by reminding them of that fact. Boss Hogg and Rosco's ancestors in the old west were also shown to be corrupt.

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* ''TheDukesOfHazzard'' ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' has a number of examples in relation to the Dukes: They've been making moonshine ever since before their ancestors came to America. They've been "fighting the system" for as long as the Duke Clan and corrupt politics have coexisted. In the old west, the Duke's ancestors displayed an affection for fast horses; in modern times, they prefer fast cars. The Dukes' ancestors have also been allied with some other clans as far back as those clans have coexisted; this sometimes leads to Uncle Jesse recruiting the descendants of those clans as modern day allies by reminding them of that fact. Boss Hogg and Rosco's ancestors in the old west were also shown to be corrupt.
20th Jun '17 11:04:50 AM Timjames98
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The hero's fear in this situation is that their "evil genes" will inevitably doom them to become as evil as their ancestors BecauseDestinySaysSo, it's written [[TitleDrop in the blood]] -- despite the fact that up to the point before TheReveal they had a solid reputation, moral compass, and personality, capable of using HeroicWillpower to resist just about any evil supernatural coercion. It might be that heroes are as insecure about their ancestry as their [[SlaveToPR reputation]], but there could be other reasons for a hero to worry about it. If he grew up in a society that places high value on ancestry or considers evil to be hereditary then it might be a real concern.

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The hero's fear in this situation is that their "evil genes" will inevitably doom them to become as evil as their ancestors BecauseDestinySaysSo, it's written [[TitleDrop in the blood]] -- despite the fact that up to the point before TheReveal they had a solid reputation, moral compass, and personality, capable of using HeroicWillpower to resist just about any evil supernatural coercion. It might be that heroes are as insecure about their ancestry as their [[SlaveToPR reputation]], but there could be other reasons for a hero to worry about it. If he grew up in a society that places high value on ancestry or considers evil to be hereditary then it might would be a real concern.understandable if he worries.
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