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->''"Now Halloween is over. No more tricks. No more bombs. No more webbing. No more masks! You were right earlier. This has never been about Spider-Man and the Green Goblin. It has always been about [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Parker]] and ComicBook/NormanOsborn. Tonight we will settle this face-to-face. As men!"''

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->''"Now Halloween is over. No more tricks. No more bombs. No more webbing. No more masks! You were right earlier. This has never been about Spider-Man ComicBook/SpiderMan and the Green Goblin. It has always been about [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Parker]] Parker and ComicBook/NormanOsborn. Tonight we will settle this face-to-face. As men!"''






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-->'''Vader''': "Obi Wan never told you what happened to your father."
-->'''Luke''': "He told me enough. He told me [[YouKilledMyFather you killed him]]."
-->'''Vader''': "No. '''{{I|AmYourFather}}''' am your father

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-->'''Vader''': "Obi Wan ** ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'':
--->'''Vader:''' Obi-Wan
never told you what happened to your father."
-->'''Luke''': "He
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'''Luke:''' He
told me enough. He told me [[YouKilledMyFather you killed him]]."
-->'''Vader''': "No. '''{{I|AmYourFather}}'''
\\
'''Vader:''' No. '''I''' [[IAmYourFather
am your fatherfather]]!



--> '''[[spoiler:Saint Clair]]''': "Please understand... it was all business. It wasn't personal."
--> '''Bryan''': "It was all personal to me." (shoots him with every round in his pistol)
* The whole reason Tom Sawyer wants to join the League in the film version of ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' is because the Phantom killed his Secret Service partner, who was also his childhood friend. He never actually comes out and says this was Huckleberry Finn, but it's pretty well implied. Unfortunately, the scene in which Tom explains this to the League was cut from the film and only appears in the DVD extras.
** The novelization has him outright confirming that it was Huck Finn he was out to avenge.

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--> '''[[spoiler:Saint Clair]]''': "Please -->'''[[spoiler:Saint Clair]]:''' Please understand... it was all business. It wasn't personal."
--> '''Bryan''': "It
\\
'''Bryan:''' It
was all personal to me." (shoots me. ''[shoots him with every round in his pistol)
pistol]''
* The whole reason Tom Sawyer wants to join the League in the film version of ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' is because the Phantom killed his Secret Service partner, who was also his childhood friend. He never actually comes out and says this was Huckleberry Finn, but it's pretty well implied. Unfortunately, the scene in which Tom explains this to the League was cut from the film and only appears in the DVD extras.
**
extras. The novelization has him outright confirming that it was Huck Finn he was out to avenge.



** In ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'', another movie about Wyatt Earp, it becomes increasingly personal as the film goes on and [[spoiler: the Cowboys keep killing people connected to him.]] This culminates in [[spoiler: the death of Wyatt's brother]], at which point he declares "I see a red sash, I kill the man wearin' it!"

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** * In ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'', another movie about Wyatt Earp, it becomes increasingly personal as the film goes on and [[spoiler: the Cowboys keep killing people connected to him.]] This culminates in [[spoiler: the death of Wyatt's brother]], at which point he declares "I see a red sash, I kill the man wearin' it!"



* Loki in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' deliberates gives ''every single member of the Avengers'' a personal reason to take him down:

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse: Loki in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' deliberates gives ''every single member of the Avengers'' a personal reason to take him down:



---->'''Nick Fury:''' They needed the push.

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---->'''Nick --->'''Nick Fury:''' They needed the push.



-->The First was for himself.
-->Second for his country.
-->This time...
-->it's for his friend.

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-->The First was for himself.
-->Second
himself.\\
Second
for his country.
-->This time...
-->it's
country.\\
This time...\\
it's
for his friend.



--> '''Joe Fox''': It wasn't... personal.
--> '''Kathleen Kelly''': What is that supposed to mean? I am so sick of that. All that means is that it wasn't personal to you. But it was personal to me. It's personal to a lot of people. And what's so wrong with being personal, anyway?
--> '''Joe Fox''': Uh, nothing.
--> '''Kathleen Kelly''': Whatever else anything is, it ought to begin by being personal.

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--> '''Joe Fox''': -->'''Joe Fox:''' It wasn't... personal.
-->
personal.\\
'''Kathleen Kelly''': Kelly:''' What is that supposed to mean? I am so sick of that. All that means is that it wasn't personal to you. But it was personal to me. It's personal to a lot of people. And what's so wrong with being personal, anyway?
-->
anyway?\\
'''Joe Fox''': Fox:''' Uh, nothing.
-->
nothing.\\
'''Kathleen Kelly''': Kelly:''' Whatever else anything is, it ought to begin by being personal.



* ''Film/{{War For The Planet Of The Apes}}'': Unlike in [[Film/{{RiseOfThePlanetOfTheApes}} the first]] [[Film/{{DawnOfThePlanetOfTheApes}} two films]], Caesar is fighting selfishly in this film [[spoiler: because his wife, Cornelia, and his eldest son, Blue Eyes, were killed]].

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* ''Film/{{War For The Planet Of The Apes}}'': ''Film/WarForThePlanetOfTheApes'': Unlike in [[Film/{{RiseOfThePlanetOfTheApes}} [[Film/RiseOfThePlanetOfTheApes the first]] [[Film/{{DawnOfThePlanetOfTheApes}} [[Film/DawnOfThePlanetOfTheApes two films]], Caesar is fighting selfishly in this film [[spoiler: because [[spoiler:because his wife, Cornelia, and his eldest son, Blue Eyes, were killed]].



--->I ran track, you played football. I guess we were just lucky.

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--->I --->'''Walter Robinson:''' I ran track, you played football. I guess we were just lucky.



* A dramatic literary subversion, from Creator/TerryPratchett's Literature/{{Discworld}} novel ''Discworld/MenAtArms'':
--> "He killed Angua. Doesn't that mean anything to you?"\\
"Yes. But personal isn't the same as important."

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* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'':
**
A dramatic literary subversion, from Creator/TerryPratchett's Literature/{{Discworld}} Creator/TerryPratchett's novel ''Discworld/MenAtArms'':
--> "He --->'''Samuel Vimes:''' He killed Angua. Doesn't that mean anything to you?"\\
"Yes.
you?\\
'''Carrot Ironfoundersson:''' Yes.
But personal isn't the same as important."



** Partially subverted in ''Discworld/{{Thud}}!''. The baddies [[spoiler:and the Summoning Dark]] try to get the main character Vimes to make it personal multiple times. Whether they succeed is subject to discussion (though it does seem so in the end).



* Partially subverted in Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Discworld/{{Thud}}!''. The baddies [[spoiler:and the Summoning Dark]] try to get the main character Vimes to make it personal multiple times. Whether they succeed is subject to discussion (though it does seem so in the end).
* [[Literature/HarryPotter Harry's]] conclusion of Dumbledore's reasoning for Harry's position as TheUnchosenOne. He doesn't really ''have'' to do it, but of course [[YouKilledMyFather Voldemort killed his parents]].
** And a whole mess of other people, and screwed up many more (Cedric and Neville's parents are two of the many, many examples that Harry thinks of when Dumbledore poses the question to him).
** Bellatrix Lestrange also makes things personal for Harry as well when she murders his godfather, Sirius Black. She also makes things personal with Neville due to the fact that she tortured his parents into permanent insanity. However, neither of them are the ones that kill her in the end--what ultimately does her in is that she [[RelativeButton makes things personal]] [[MamaBear for the wrong witch]].
* Literature/TheHungerGames, President Snow murdered Haymitch and Johanna's loved ones for petty reasons. They later join District 13 to put a stop to his reign.

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* Partially subverted in Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Discworld/{{Thud}}!''. The baddies [[spoiler:and the Summoning Dark]] try to get the main character Vimes to make it personal multiple times. Whether they succeed is subject to discussion (though it does seem so in the end).
* [[Literature/HarryPotter Harry's]]
''Literature/HarryPotter'':
** Harry's
conclusion of Dumbledore's reasoning for Harry's position as TheUnchosenOne. He doesn't really ''have'' to do it, but of course [[YouKilledMyFather Voldemort killed his parents]].
**
parents]]. And a whole mess of other people, and screwed up many more (Cedric and Neville's parents are two of the many, many examples that Harry thinks of when Dumbledore poses the question to him).
** Bellatrix Lestrange also makes things personal for Harry as well when she murders his godfather, Sirius Black. She also makes things personal with Neville due to the fact that she tortured his parents into permanent insanity. However, neither of them are the ones that kill her in the end--what end -- what ultimately does her in is that she [[RelativeButton makes things personal]] [[MamaBear for the wrong witch]].
* Literature/TheHungerGames, ''Literature/TheHungerGames'', President Snow murdered Haymitch and Johanna's loved ones for petty reasons. They later join District 13 to put a stop to his reign.



* Literature/{{Redwall}}: Many antagonists in the series make things personal for the heroes one way or another.
** In Mossflower, Tsarmina Greeneyes destroys Martin's sword. He promises to slay her for this action.
** In Mattimeo, Slagar The Cruel abducts Matthias's son Mattimeo, intending to sell him to Malkariss so that he will become a slave.
** In Legend Of Luke, Vilu Daskar murders Luke's wife, and massacres his clan as well.
** In Lord Brocktree, Ungatt Trunn conquers Salmandastron, which results in the death of many heroes, and forces the title character's father into a HeroicSacrifice.
** In Outcast Of Redwall, Swartt Sixclaw captures and abuses Sunflash The Mace for several seasons, who ends up maiming his paw when he escapes.

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* Literature/{{Redwall}}: ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'': Many antagonists in the series make things personal for the heroes one way or another.
** In Mossflower, ''Mossflower'', Tsarmina Greeneyes destroys Martin's sword. He promises to slay her for this action.
** In Mattimeo, ''Mattimeo'', Slagar The Cruel abducts Matthias's son Mattimeo, intending to sell him to Malkariss so that he will become a slave.
** In Legend Of Luke, ''Legend of Luke'', Vilu Daskar murders Luke's wife, and massacres his clan as well.
** In Lord Brocktree, ''Lord Brocktree'', Ungatt Trunn conquers Salmandastron, which results in the death of many heroes, and forces the title character's father into a HeroicSacrifice.
** In Outcast Of Redwall, ''Outcast of Redwall'', Swartt Sixclaw captures and abuses Sunflash The Mace for several seasons, who ends up maiming his paw when he escapes.



* For the first eleven books of the ''Literature/DresdenFiles'' series, Harry fought vampires, necromancers, werewolves, faeries and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin God]] knows what else because it was his job and because he [[WeHelpTheHelpless helps the helpless]]. The twelfth book, ''Changes'' (whose very name is a change from the IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming of the rest of the series), has the monsters bring the fight to Harry. The first line promises a rampage to end all rampages. And it was. It was spectacular. Fuck with Harry Dresden's [[spoiler: family]], and he will be willing to sell his soul to get back at you. Not that he does, but it's close:
--> [[spoiler: I answered the phone, and Susan Rodriguez said, "They've taken our daughter."]]

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* For the first eleven books of the ''Literature/DresdenFiles'' series, Harry fought vampires, necromancers, werewolves, faeries and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin God]] knows what else because it was his job and because he [[WeHelpTheHelpless helps the helpless]]. The twelfth book, ''Changes'' ''Literature/{{Changes}}'' (whose very name is a change from the IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming of the rest of the series), has the monsters bring the fight to Harry. The first line promises a rampage to end all rampages. And it was. It was spectacular. Fuck with Harry Dresden's [[spoiler: family]], [[spoiler:family]], and he will be willing to sell his soul to get back at you. Not that he does, but it's close:
--> -->'''Harry Dresden:''' [[spoiler: I answered the phone, and Susan Rodriguez said, "They've taken our daughter."]]



* In the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' novel ''The Andalite Chronicles'', Visser 32 (the future Visser Three), promises Elfangor that he will kill Elfangor for all of the crap Elfangor has put him through, and that he would make it personal. Very personal. Visser Three kept his word in the first book of the main series when [[spoiler:he turned into a horrible monster and ''ate Elfangor alive''.]]

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* ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'':
**
In the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' novel ''The Andalite Chronicles'', Visser 32 (the future Visser Three), promises Elfangor that he will kill Elfangor for all of the crap Elfangor has put him through, and that he would make it personal. Very personal. Visser Three kept his word in the first book of the main series when [[spoiler:he turned into a horrible monster and ''ate Elfangor alive''.]]



* Literature/SisterhoodSeries by Creator/FernMichaels: The first 7 books have almost all the members of the Vigilantes wronged in some way. Naturally, it is ''quite'' personal for them. Some of the books after that have the Vigilantes taking action, because one of their friends or loved ones is in trouble.

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* Literature/SisterhoodSeries ''Literature/SisterhoodSeries'' by Creator/FernMichaels: The first 7 books have almost all the members of the Vigilantes wronged in some way. Naturally, it is ''quite'' personal for them. Some of the books after that have the Vigilantes taking action, because one of their friends or loved ones is in trouble.



* It pops up with a vengeance, complete with DisposableWoman, in the second [[Literature/ChroniclesOfAmber Amber]] novel. [[spoiler: A minor character murders one of Corwin's casual flings.]] It's not a good idea to cross Corwin.
---> I spoke not a word when I unhorsed him, nor afterward, and I did not use my blade, though he drew his own. I hurled his broken body into a high oak tree, and when I looked back it was dark with birds.

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* It pops up with a vengeance, complete with DisposableWoman, in the second [[Literature/ChroniclesOfAmber Amber]] ''[[Literature/ChroniclesOfAmber Amber]]'' novel. [[spoiler: A [[spoiler:A minor character murders one of Corwin's casual flings.]] It's not a good idea to cross Corwin.
---> --->'''Corwin:''' I spoke not a word when I unhorsed him, nor afterward, and I did not use my blade, though he drew his own. I hurled his broken body into a high oak tree, and when I looked back it was dark with birds.



* In ''Literature/TheHobbit'', the goblins of Goblintown who discover Thorin's company and believe they are spies who want to destroy them (even though the dwarves didn't really want anything to do with them), especially after the Great Goblin discovers Thorin's "Orc-cleaver" and orders them destroyed. But when [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Gandalf murders the Great Goblin attempting to save the dwarves (and Bilbo)]], [[AvengingTheVillain the Goblins pursue them after they escape to avenge their ruler.]] They even believe the dwarves (and the elves and men) are a greater threat with the dead Smaug's treasure, prompting the Battle of Five Armies (when the Eagles join with the dwarves, elves and men).
** In ''Literature/TheFellowshipOfTheRing'', the surviving goblins turned out to have massacred Moria, including Balin, as revenge for the Battle of Five Armies. They were probably satisfied [[spoiler:[[TakingYouWithMe when the Balrog took the Great Goblin's "murderer" down with him]], though they didn't seem to give up until after the Lothlórien elves saved the 8 then-surviving members of the Fellowship.]] And unbeknownst to the Moria goblins, [[spoiler:[[BackFromTheDead that "murderer" was resurrected later.]]]]

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* Franchise/TolkiensLegendarium:
**
In ''Literature/TheHobbit'', the goblins of Goblintown who discover Thorin's company and believe they are spies who want to destroy them (even though the dwarves didn't really want anything to do with them), especially after the Great Goblin discovers Thorin's "Orc-cleaver" and orders them destroyed. But when [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Gandalf murders the Great Goblin attempting to save the dwarves (and Bilbo)]], [[AvengingTheVillain the Goblins pursue them after they escape to avenge their ruler.]] They even believe the dwarves (and the elves and men) are a greater threat with the dead Smaug's treasure, prompting the Battle of Five Armies (when the Eagles join with the dwarves, elves and men).
** In ''Literature/TheFellowshipOfTheRing'', the surviving goblins turned out to have massacred Moria, including Balin, as revenge for the Battle of Five Armies. They were probably satisfied [[spoiler:[[TakingYouWithMe when the Balrog took the Great Goblin's "murderer" down with him]], though they didn't seem to give up until after the Lothlórien elves saved the 8 eight then-surviving members of the Fellowship.]] And unbeknownst to the Moria goblins, [[spoiler:[[BackFromTheDead that "murderer" was resurrected later.]]]]



-->'''Gob:''' Let me ask you something. Is this a business decision, or is it personal? 'Cause if it's business I'll go away happily. But if it's personal, I'll go away... ''but I won't be happy.''
-->'''Michael:''' ...It's personal.
* ''Frnchise/{{Arrowverse}}''

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-->'''Gob:''' Let me ask you something. Is this a business decision, or is it personal? 'Cause if it's business I'll go away happily. But if it's personal, I'll go away... ''but I won't be happy.''
-->'''Michael:''' ...
''\\
'''Michael:''' ...
It's personal.
* ''Frnchise/{{Arrowverse}}''''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'':



* ''Series/BabylonFive'': A major catalyst of why Londo Mollari really becomes so belligerent against the Narns is their invasion of Ragesh 3 in the episode, "Midnight On The Firing Line." In that episode, Londo's nephew, who had been assigned there to keep him safe, was among the capture and he was tortured and forced to cooperate in their propaganda, and the Centauri Republic was too weak to respond. So, Londo blames G'Kar in particular for these events, even after Commander Sheridan manages to undo the Narn's aggression, and later sees Mr. Morden's offers to assist him partially as a chance to prevent further such incidents against his loved ones.

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* ''Series/BabylonFive'': ''Series/BabylonFive'':
**
A major catalyst of why Londo Mollari really becomes so belligerent against the Narns is their invasion of Ragesh 3 in the episode, "Midnight On The Firing Line." In that episode, Londo's nephew, who had been assigned there to keep him safe, was among the capture and he was tortured and forced to cooperate in their propaganda, and the Centauri Republic was too weak to respond. So, Londo blames G'Kar in particular for these events, even after Commander Sheridan manages to undo the Narn's aggression, and later sees Mr. Morden's offers to assist him partially as a chance to prevent further such incidents against his loved ones.



-->'''Oz''': If I may suggest: "This time it's personal." I mean, there's a reason why it's a classic.

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-->'''Oz''': --->'''Oz:''' If I may suggest: "This time it's personal." I mean, there's a reason why it's a classic.



** Volkoff directly threatened Ellie and Devon, though was forced to back down when Mary reminded him that she ''will'' protect her children.
*** Volkoff is a particularly interesting case because It's Personal on ''both'' sides. Stephen and Mary had been trying to stop him for twenty years [[spoiler: because Alexei Volkoff is actually their close friend Hartley Winterbottom, victim of an Intersect experiment GoneHorriblyRight that they are now trying to fix]].

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** Volkoff directly threatened Ellie and Devon, though was forced to back down when Mary reminded him that she ''will'' protect her children.
***
children. Volkoff is a particularly interesting case because It's Personal on ''both'' sides. Stephen and Mary had been trying to stop him for twenty years [[spoiler: because Alexei Volkoff is actually their close friend Hartley Winterbottom, victim of an Intersect experiment GoneHorriblyRight that they are now trying to fix]].



*** Hotch is probably the best example out of the whole team. When Foyet returns to get his revenge on him, [[spoiler:he infiltrates the Hotchner residence, threatens Hotch's son, and shoots Hayley while on the line with Hotch. When he's finally captured, Hotch goes into a fir of UnstoppableRage and literally beats Foyet to death. It's not until Morgan pries him off that he calms down.]]

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*** ** Hotch is probably the best example out of the whole team. When Foyet returns to get his revenge on him, [[spoiler:he infiltrates the Hotchner residence, threatens Hotch's son, and shoots Hayley while on the line with Hotch. When he's finally captured, Hotch goes into a fir of UnstoppableRage and literally beats Foyet to death. It's not until Morgan pries him off that he calms down.]]



---> "You prey on innocent children, and you think we came all the way out here to bust you for posession, you dumb punk?!"

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---> "You --->'''Grissom :''' You prey on innocent children, and you think we came all the way out here to bust you for posession, possession, you dumb punk?!"punk?!



-->'''The Doctor''': There's not a force on the planet that can stop me now!

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-->'''The Doctor''': --->'''The Doctor:''' There's not a force on the planet that can stop me now!



-->'''The Doctor''': You just killed someone I like, that is not a safe place to stand!

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-->'''The Doctor''': --->'''The Doctor:''' You just killed someone I like, that is not a safe place to stand!



--> '''Mal''': To turn on ''any'' of my crew, you turn on ''me''!

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--> '''Mal''': --->'''Mal:''' To turn on ''any'' of my crew, you turn on ''me''!



* In Season Two of ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'', [[Comicbook/BlackCanary Sara]] has a deep hatred of Damian Darhk, as he [[spoiler: murdered her [[Comicbook/BlackCanary sister]]]]. Whenever the team encounter him in history, she is willing to risk all of time itself to kill him for a crime which he hasn't technically commited yet (although he's [committed plenty of others). Notably, this is a one-sided grudge at first, since Darhk has [[HaveWeMetYet yet to meet]] Sara from his point of view, he originally has [[UnknownRival no idea who she is]] or why she hates him. This changes in [[Recap/LegendsOfTomorrowS2E5Compromised "Compromised"]], where Sara tells Darhk his future - the loss of his loved ones and his eventual defeat and death - making Darhk hate her as much as she hates him.

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* In Season Two of ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'', [[Comicbook/BlackCanary Sara]] has a deep hatred of Damian Darhk, as he [[spoiler: murdered her [[Comicbook/BlackCanary sister]]]]. Whenever the team encounter him in history, she is willing to risk all of time itself to kill him for a crime which he hasn't technically commited yet (although he's [committed plenty of others). Notably, this is a one-sided grudge at first, since Darhk has [[HaveWeMetYet yet to meet]] Sara from his point of view, he originally has [[UnknownRival no idea who she is]] or why she hates him. This changes in [[Recap/LegendsOfTomorrowS2E5Compromised "Compromised"]], where Sara tells Darhk his future - -- the loss of his loved ones and his eventual defeat and death - -- making Darhk hate her as much as she hates him.



* ''Series/{{Merlin}}'':

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* ''Series/{{Merlin}}'':''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'':



* If any one [[Franchise/PowerRangers Power Ranger]] is targeted specifically, he or she will usually lead the others in retaliation, and may even give the order for the finishing blow. If one Ranger is captured, [[TrueCompanions the others will]] ''[[TrueCompanions all]]'' [[TrueCompanions get mad]].

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* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'': If any one [[Franchise/PowerRangers Power Ranger]] Ranger is targeted specifically, he or she will usually lead the others in retaliation, and may even give the order for the finishing blow. If one Ranger is captured, [[TrueCompanions the others will]] ''[[TrueCompanions all]]'' [[TrueCompanions get mad]].



-->'''Stringer Bell''': But y'all was fucking with my stash. Anything after that -- part of the game.
-->'''Omar''': Maybe, but you see, y'all went ''past'' that with Brandon.
-->''(Later)''
-->'''Stringer Bell''': What happened to your boy was business. But how that shit happened -- you got a right to take that to heart.

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-->'''Stringer Bell''': Bell:''' But y'all was fucking with my stash. Anything after that -- part of the game.
-->'''Omar''':
game.\\
'''Omar:'''
Maybe, but you see, y'all went ''past'' that with Brandon.
-->''(Later)''
-->'''Stringer Bell''':
Brandon.\\
''[later]''\\
'''Stringer Bell:'''
What happened to your boy was business. But how that shit happened -- you got a right to take that to heart.



--->'''Mulder''': "There are those who can be trusted. What I need to know is who among them is not. I will not allow this treason to prosper, not if they've done this to you."

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--->'''Mulder''': "There --->'''Mulder:''' There are those who can be trusted. What I need to know is who among them is not. I will not allow this treason to prosper, not if they've done this to you."



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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' is filled with them.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona4'' is filled with them.



* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': There are personal motives behind almost all of the heroes' heists.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': ''VideoGame/Persona5'': There are personal motives behind almost all of the heroes' heists.






* Subverted in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. Roy pursues Xykon due to an oath of revenge, but not for his sake. His father swore the oath after his mentor was killed by Xykon, but [[JerkAss was too lazy to pursue it and handed it to Roy]] who tries to fufill it out of duty- but after he [[spoiler: dies and spends some time in heaven with his father]] Roy begins to actively hate his father. He keeps pursuing Xykon, though, because he feels that saving the world is a lot more important than spitefully trying to anger his father.

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* Subverted in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. Roy pursues Xykon due to an oath of revenge, but not for his sake. His father swore the oath after his mentor was killed by Xykon, but [[JerkAss was too lazy to pursue it and handed it to Roy]] who tries to fufill fulfill it out of duty- duty -- but after he [[spoiler: dies [[spoiler:dies and spends some time in heaven with his father]] Roy begins to actively hate his father. He keeps pursuing Xykon, though, because he feels that saving the world is a lot more important than spitefully trying to anger his father.



* In ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' it comes admixed with a BadassBoast.
-->'''Doc''': Rayner, you killed my mentor, and you kidnapped my sidekick. I met Death himself last night, and he's going to follow me all the way to your house. You made it ''personal''.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' it ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'':
** It
comes admixed with a BadassBoast.
-->'''Doc''': --->'''Doc:''' Rayner, you killed my mentor, and you kidnapped my sidekick. I met Death himself last night, and he's going to follow me all the way to your house. You made it ''personal''.



* In ''[[Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures DMFA]]'', Kria points out that Dan's rivalry with Dark Pegasus is not ''that'' personal, but that his hatred for [[PsychoExGirlfriend Regina]] definitely ''is''.
* Even though the trope isn't played straight by any means, it's said in [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/scratch.php?s=6&p=005762 these]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/scratch.php?s=6&p=005763 pages]] of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' we get one from [[TheOmniscient Doc]] [[TheOmnipotent Scratch]] after [[spoiler: Spades Slick breaks Vriska's God Tier clock, leaving it stuck on 'Just']]:
-->'''Doc Scratch''': [[spoiler: Slick]], I can tolerate many things from a guest. Curt manners. Egregious womanizing. Murdering the help. Casual arson. Even atrocious candy bowl etiquette. But it is the desecration of a priceless timepiece where I must draw the line. I'm afraid I must now insist that you take your beating ''quite'' personally.

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* In ''[[Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures DMFA]]'', ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'', Kria points out that Dan's rivalry with Dark Pegasus is not ''that'' personal, but that his hatred for [[PsychoExGirlfriend Regina]] definitely ''is''.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'':
**
Even though the trope isn't played straight by any means, it's said in [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/scratch.php?s=6&p=005762 these]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/scratch.php?s=6&p=005763 pages]] of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' we get one from [[TheOmniscient Doc]] [[TheOmnipotent Scratch]] after [[spoiler: Spades Slick breaks Vriska's God Tier clock, leaving it stuck on 'Just']]:
-->'''Doc Scratch''': --->'''Doc Scratch:''' [[spoiler: Slick]], I can tolerate many things from a guest. Curt manners. Egregious womanizing. Murdering the help. Casual arson. Even atrocious candy bowl etiquette. But it is the desecration of a priceless timepiece where I must draw the line. I'm afraid I must now insist that you take your beating ''quite'' personally.



* [[WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog Doctor Horrible's]] rivalry with [[DesignatedHero Captain Hammer]] is more or less a fact of life for the both of them, with the Doctor trying to take down Hammer with nonlethal means, and getting thoroughly pounded on every time by the Captain. When Hammer announces to Horrible that he's going to sleep with [[LoveInterest Penny]] "just because you want her," it gets personal. The normally [[TechnicalPacifist pacifistic]] Doctor upgrades his [[StunGuns Stun Ray]] to a DeathRay, and makes his intentions quite clear with his next song:

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* [[WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'': Doctor Horrible's]] rivalry with [[DesignatedHero Captain Hammer]] is more or less a fact of life for the both of them, with the Doctor trying to take down Hammer with nonlethal means, and getting thoroughly pounded on every time by the Captain. When Hammer announces to Horrible that he's going to sleep with [[LoveInterest Penny]] "just because you want her," it gets personal. The normally [[TechnicalPacifist pacifistic]] Doctor upgrades his [[StunGuns Stun Ray]] to a DeathRay, and makes his intentions quite clear with his next song:



* Spoofed in the ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' episode "Operation DODGEBALL", where the self-proclaimed "Dodgeball Wizard" lures Numbuh 4 into a dodgeball match by kidnapping his family. After finding the ransom note, Numbuh 4 dramatically declares "This time, it's personal!". When Numbuh 2 points out neither of them have ever met this Dodgeball Wizard, Numbuh 4 responds he [[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat just wanted to use that line]].
** Kinda used straight in "FOUNTAIN" when it's revealed that Numbuh 5 always pursues the Delightful Children, because she can never forgive them for what happened the last time she didn't: [[spoiler:making Numbuh 1 bald]].
** A much more serious example crosses this with BrokenPedestal: the fight between Chad (AKA Numbuh 274) and Nigel (AKA Numbuh 1) in ''Operation: T.R.E.A.T.Y.'', stemmed from the underlying resentment over Chad's betrayal of the KND. Nigel had ''idolized'' Chad, and the betrayal stung him deeply, while Chad resents Nigel [[spoiler:for being considered the best KND operative on Earth, still believing himself to be the best. The fight however, proves him wrong, showing that Nigel has indeed surpassed him.]]
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has recurring character Sideshow Bob attempting to rig the election for Mayor of Springfield by including the names of dead people and animals as those who voted for him. When Lisa's cat Snowball appears on the list, she angrily declares that "''now'' it's personal!" Bart [[LampshadeHanging points out, with some irritation]], that "he ''did'' try to kill me, you know."

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* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'':
**
Spoofed in the ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' episode "Operation DODGEBALL", "Operation: D.O.D.G.E.B.A.L.L.", where the self-proclaimed "Dodgeball Wizard" lures Numbuh 4 Four into a dodgeball match by kidnapping his family. After finding the ransom note, Numbuh 4 Four dramatically declares "This time, it's personal!". When Numbuh 2 Two points out neither of them have ever met this Dodgeball Wizard, Numbuh 4 Four responds he [[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat just wanted to use that line]].
** Kinda used straight in "FOUNTAIN" "Operation: F.O.U.N.T.A.I.N." when it's revealed that Numbuh 5 Five always pursues the Delightful Children, because she can never forgive them for what happened the last time she didn't: [[spoiler:making Numbuh 1 One bald]].
** A much more serious example crosses this with BrokenPedestal: the fight between Chad (AKA (a.k.a. Numbuh 274) and Nigel (AKA (a.k.a. Numbuh 1) One) in ''Operation: "Operation: T.R.E.A.T.Y.'', stemmed ", stems from the underlying resentment over Chad's betrayal of the KND. Nigel had has ''idolized'' Chad, and the betrayal stung him deeply, while Chad resents Nigel [[spoiler:for being considered the best KND operative on Earth, still believing himself to be the best. The fight however, proves him wrong, showing that Nigel has indeed surpassed him.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
**
An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has recurring character Sideshow Bob attempting to rig the election for Mayor of Springfield by including the names of dead people and animals as those who voted for him. When Lisa's cat Snowball appears on the list, she angrily declares that "''now'' it's personal!" Bart [[LampshadeHanging points out, with some irritation]], that "he ''did'' try to kill me, you know."



** Another episode subverts with little subtlety - in an episode of Police Chief Wiggum becoming determined to be a good cop ([[StatusQuoIsGod for the episode, of course]]), he realizes evidence for a case which involves a food. He tells the other cops that they're going to the Kwik-E-Mart. Lou says with exasperation "Chief, you already sent us there two times today.", to which Wiggum answers "Yeah, but this time, its ''not'' personal."

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** Another episode subverts with little subtlety - -- in an episode of Police Chief Wiggum becoming determined to be a good cop ([[StatusQuoIsGod for the episode, of course]]), he realizes evidence for a case which involves a food. He tells the other cops that they're going to the Kwik-E-Mart. Lou says with exasperation "Chief, you already sent us there two times today.", to which Wiggum answers "Yeah, but this time, its ''not'' personal."



* Parodied in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', when giant alien brains are trying to gather all knowledge in the universe.
-->'''Fry''': So they're trying to learn things? The bastards!
-->'''Nibblonians''': Yes. Then, once it has collected all data in the universe it will open its protective shell, so as to scan itself.
-->'''Fry''': I'm as mad as I've ever been!
-->'''Nibblonians''': Then, it will destroy the universe, so no new information can come about.
-->'''Fry''': ''Now it's personal.''

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
**
Parodied in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', when giant alien brains are trying to gather all knowledge in the universe.
-->'''Fry''': --->'''Fry:''' So they're trying to learn things? The bastards!
-->'''Nibblonians''':
bastards!\\
'''Nibblonians:'''
Yes. Then, once it has collected all data in the universe it will open its protective shell, so as to scan itself.
-->'''Fry''':
itself.\\
'''Fry:'''
I'm as mad as I've ever been!
-->'''Nibblonians''':
been!\\
'''Nibblonians:'''
Then, it will destroy the universe, so no new information can come about.
-->'''Fry''':
about.\\
'''Fry:'''
''Now it's personal.''



-->'''Blight''': [being stalked from the shadows by Batman] Who are you?!
-->'''Batman''': [unseen, pauses] You really want to know?
-->'''Blight''': Yes!
-->'''Batman''': [enters] YouKilledMyFather.
-->[[{{Beat}} [Slight pause] ]]
-->'''Blight''': Do you have the slightest idea [[ButForMeItWasTuesday how little that narrows it down]]?
-->'''Batman''': Sorry, that's all you get.
** Then again, Blight was turned into a "walking meltdown" thanks to a fight with [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond Batman]], and Batman kept foiling his various {{Evil Plan}}s, to the point where Blight visably lost his temper at even the mention of Batman's name. So in a way it was personal for Blight too...just for completely different reasons.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' episode "Car Alarm", the tweebs supe up Kim's CoolCar after Motor Ed blows outruns them. Emphasized by the shifty [[{{Eyedscreen}} camera angle]] and the fact that they actually say "This time its personal!"

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-->'''Blight''': [being -->'''Blight:''' ''[being stalked from the shadows by Batman] Batman]'' Who are you?!
-->'''Batman''': [unseen, pauses]
you?!\\
'''Batman:''' ''[unseen, pauses]''
You really want to know?
-->'''Blight''': Yes!
-->'''Batman''': [enters] YouKilledMyFather.
-->[[{{Beat}} [Slight pause] ]]
-->'''Blight''':
know?\\
'''Blight:''' Yes!\\
'''Batman:''' ''[enters]'' YouKilledMyFather.\\
''[[[{{Beat}} slight pause]]]''\\
'''Blight:'''
Do you have the slightest idea [[ButForMeItWasTuesday how little that narrows it down]]?
-->'''Batman''':
down]]?\\
'''Batman:'''
Sorry, that's all you get.
** :: Then again, Blight was turned into a "walking meltdown" thanks to a fight with [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond Batman]], and Batman kept foiling his various {{Evil Plan}}s, to the point where Blight visably visibly lost his temper at even the mention of Batman's name. So in a way it was is personal for Blight too...too... just for completely different reasons.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'':
**
In the ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' episode "Car Alarm", the tweebs supe up Kim's CoolCar after Motor Ed blows outruns them. Emphasized by the shifty [[{{Eyedscreen}} camera angle]] and the fact that they actually say "This time its personal!"



* In ''WesternAnimation/MegasXLR'', Coop often lists several offenses (or perceived offenses) as to why he's going to kick the badguy(s)'s ass(s), usually ending with a personal grievance. So, for Coop, nearly every fight is personal. Heaven forbid someone should spill his slushy or scratch his paint...
** In one episode, Kiva does this.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MegasXLR'', ''WesternAnimation/MegasXLR'':
**
Coop often lists several offenses (or perceived offenses) as to why he's going to kick the badguy(s)'s ass(s), usually ending with a personal grievance. So, for Coop, nearly every fight is personal. Heaven forbid someone should spill his slushy or scratch his paint...
** In one episode, Kiva does this.
paint...



* Discord from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' does this by breaking apart the mane cast's friendship, [[BreakTheCutie breaking]] and [[MindRape Mind Raping]] them, [[DrivenToMadness driving everyone they care about insane]], and turning their homeland into a WorldGoneMad. By the end, they're reasonably ticked off at him. This is most clear with Fluttershy, who furiously calls him "THAT...BIG...DUMB...''MEANIE!!!''" at one point. For [[ShrinkingViolet Fluttershy]], that's pretty much the meanest thing she's ever (willingly) said about ''anyone'' at the time.
** In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E26TwilightsKingdomPart2 Twilight's Kingdom Part 2]]'', while Tirek did plenty of evil, horrific things throughout his time as BigBad, destroying Twilight's home makes her go berserk and attack him with everything she has. She doesn't seem to feel any remorse about [[DraggedOffToHell sending him back to Tartarus either]].
** In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E25ToWhereAndBackAgainPart1 To Where and Back Again Part 1]]'', Discord is indifferent to Queen Chrysalis kidnapping the most important figures of Equestria, but when he learns [[MoralityPet Fluttershy]] was one of them, Discord gets pissed and decides to come with Starlight, Thorax and Trixie just to save his one friend that cares about (and is cared about by) him.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', Arcee's rivalry with Airachnid is personal since [[spoiler: Airachnid had tortured Arcee and killed her partner Tailgate to get her to speak.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
**
Discord from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' does this by breaking apart the mane cast's friendship, [[BreakTheCutie breaking]] and [[MindRape Mind Raping]] Mind-Raping]] them, [[DrivenToMadness driving everyone they care about insane]], and turning their homeland into a WorldGoneMad. By the end, they're reasonably ticked off at him. This is most clear with Fluttershy, who furiously calls him "THAT...BIG...DUMB...''MEANIE!!!''" at one point. For [[ShrinkingViolet Fluttershy]], that's pretty much the meanest thing she's ever (willingly) said about ''anyone'' at the time.
** In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E26TwilightsKingdomPart2 "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E26TwilightsKingdomPart2 Twilight's Kingdom Part 2]]'', 2]]", while Tirek did plenty of evil, horrific things throughout his time as BigBad, destroying Twilight's home makes her go berserk and attack him with everything she has. She doesn't seem to feel any remorse about [[DraggedOffToHell sending him back to Tartarus either]].
** In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E25ToWhereAndBackAgainPart1 "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E25ToWhereAndBackAgainPart1 To Where and Back Again Part 1]]'', 1]]", Discord is indifferent to Queen Chrysalis kidnapping the most important figures of Equestria, but when he learns [[MoralityPet Fluttershy]] was one of them, Discord gets pissed and decides to come with Starlight, Thorax and Trixie just to save his one friend that cares about (and is cared about by) him.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'':
**
Arcee's rivalry with Airachnid is personal since [[spoiler: Airachnid had tortured Arcee and killed her partner Tailgate to get her to speak.]]



-->'''Starfire''': You attempted to annihilate us!
-->'''Raven''': Did you think we wouldn't take it personally?

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-->'''Starfire''': -->'''Starfire:''' You attempted to annihilate us!
-->'''Raven''':
us!\\
'''Raven:'''
Did you think we wouldn't take it personally?



* ''ScoobyDooInWheresMyMummy'': Fred considers it personal when the curse of Cleopatra (presumably) turns Velma to stone.

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* ''ScoobyDooInWheresMyMummy'': ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooInWheresMyMummy'': Fred considers it personal when the curse of Cleopatra (presumably) turns Velma to stone.
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'', Samus hunts the SpacePirates not only because it's her job, but because they attacked the colony where she lived massacred everyone there, with their commander, Ridley, [[MoralEventHorizon killing her mother before her very eyes, and later eating her corpse]]. Samus was '''three'''.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'', Samus hunts the SpacePirates not only because it's her job, but because they attacked the colony where she lived massacred everyone there, with their commander, Ridley, [[ArchEnemy Ridley]], [[MoralEventHorizon killing her mother before her very eyes, and later eating her corpse]]. Samus was '''three'''.
22nd Oct '17 11:56:37 AM rjd1922
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* In the viral advertising website for ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'', Mark Meltzer was devoted to finding out more about the recent kidnappings of six and seven year old girls around the North Atlantic, namely, who, why and where to. He eventually estimated where the next kidnapping was due to be and went there with his family. [[spoiler: His family included a seven year old girl. The kidnapper, a Big Sister, obviously recognised Mark as a threat and kidnapped his daughter. He then put his search into finding out where the girls had gone to in full motion after that, until eventually he found where the girls had been taken...Rapture. In the game he is caught by Sofia Lamb, the BigBad who kidnapped the girls in the first place and is made into a Big Daddy for his daughter Cindy (now a Little Sister), something you discover only after [[{{Tearjerker}} you kill Mark]].]]

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* In the viral advertising website "There's Something in the Sea" AlternateRealityGame for ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'', Mark Meltzer was devoted to finding out more about the recent kidnappings of six and seven year old girls around the North Atlantic, namely, who, why and where to. He eventually estimated where the next kidnapping was due to be and went there with his family. [[spoiler: His family included a seven year old girl. The kidnapper, a Big Sister, obviously recognised Mark as a threat and kidnapped his daughter. He then put his search into finding out where the girls had gone to in full motion after that, until eventually he found where the girls had been taken...Rapture. In the game he is caught by Sofia Lamb, the BigBad who kidnapped the girls in the first place and is made into a Big Daddy for his daughter Cindy (now a Little Sister), something you discover only after [[{{Tearjerker}} you kill Mark]].]]
14th Oct '17 1:38:44 PM AgProv
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** And in the tale ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11536013/1/Hyperemesis-gravidarum Hyperemesis Gravidarum]]'', it is the turn of FieryRedhead Assassin Johanna Smith-Rhodes. A gang with a reason to hate the Smith-Rhodes family is at large in Ankh-Morpork. In quick sucession they murder a Wizard believing him to be her husband; wound her uncle; attempt to murder her cousin, poison her pet dogs; and wound her sister. Believing her sister dead, Johanna, although over eight months pregnant [[note]]Or so she believes[[/note]] goes for the ringleader. Who discovers a pregnant Assassin with a personal reason to see him dead - is dangerous. [[note]]He also discovers [[PapaWolf her father]] is ''worse''. [[/note]]
13th Oct '17 6:09:53 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** Bellatrix Lestrange also makes things personal for Harry as well when she murders his godfather, Sirius Black. She also makes things personal with Neville due to the fact that she tortured his parents into permanent insanity. However, neither of them are the ones that kill her in the end... because in the end, she [[RelativeButton make things personal]] [[MamaBear for the wrong witch]].

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** Bellatrix Lestrange also makes things personal for Harry as well when she murders his godfather, Sirius Black. She also makes things personal with Neville due to the fact that she tortured his parents into permanent insanity. However, neither of them are the ones that kill her in the end... because end--what ultimately does her in the end, is that she [[RelativeButton make makes things personal]] [[MamaBear for the wrong witch]].
13th Oct '17 6:08:54 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** Bellatrix Lestrange also makes things personal for Harry as well when she murders his godfather, Sirius Black. She also makes things personal with Neville due to the fact that she tortured his parents into permanent insanity. However, neither of them are the ones that kill her in the end.

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** Bellatrix Lestrange also makes things personal for Harry as well when she murders his godfather, Sirius Black. She also makes things personal with Neville due to the fact that she tortured his parents into permanent insanity. However, neither of them are the ones that kill her in the end.end... because in the end, she [[RelativeButton make things personal]] [[MamaBear for the wrong witch]].
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* It pops up in the end of ''VideoGame/{{Cuphead}}''. [[spoiler:So you've kept your end of the DealWithTheDevil and shown up with all the contracts as agreed. [[TheDragon King Dice]] is thrilled and has no reason to not take you straight to the big guy himself... except he apparently bet that you would fail, and he doesn't exactly take losing bets well. Cue NightmareFace and one of the hardest battles in the game ([[NintendoHard and that's saying a LOT]]).]]
--> '''[[spoiler:King Dice:]]''' Well, lookie here! You actually pulled it off... but you've made me lose a bet!! And for that, you ain't seeing the boss just yet. We're gonna play a little game first!
6th Oct '17 9:23:29 PM Sonofstranger
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* [[HavingABlast Combustion Man]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', after letting the Gaang narrowly escape, and later defeat him in "Ember Island" and "The Runaway", essentially does this (though unspoken) in "The Western Air Temple". He persists in going after the Avatar, despite his employer having a HeelFaceTurn and even offering to double his pay to cancel the hit.
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** In the series' backstory, Pelinal Whitestrake was the legendary 1st Era hero of mankind/[[FantasticRacism racist]] [[TheBerserker berserker]]. Believed to have been a [[EternalHero Shezarrine]], [[GodInHumanForm physical incarnations]] of the spirit of the [[GodIsDead "dead" creator god]] Lorkhan (known to the Imperials as "[[IHaveManyNames Shezarr]]"), Pelinal came to [[FounderOfTheKingdom St. Alessia]] to serve as her [[PhysicalGod divine champion]] in the war against the [[AbusivePrecursors Ayleids]]. Pelinal would fly into fits of UnstoppableRage (''mostly'' directed at the Ayleids) during which he [[BloodSplatteredWarrior would be stained with their blood]] and [[PaintTheTownRed left so much carnage in his wake]] that Kyne, one of the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Divines]], would have to [[CueTheRain send in her rain]] to cleanse Ayleid forts and village before they could be used by Alessia's forces. When Huna, a grain slave Pelinal had raised to hoplite, was killed by the arrow of an Ayleid king, Pelinal went [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge so berserk]] that he not only slew the Ayleids in the kingdom responsible, but ''erased their lands from the world''. The [[OurGodsAreDifferent Divines]] were so disgusted with his actions that they ''nearly left the world'' if not for Alessia making sacrifices to regain their favor.
5th Oct '17 7:53:14 AM case
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* ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'': [[spoiler:Cyrus Temple, ironically, takes his failures in the previous game personally. How personally? Try "found a terrorist cell and fire a nuke at Washington DC" personal.]]

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* ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'': ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'':
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[[spoiler:Cyrus Temple, ironically, takes his failures in the previous game personally. How personally? Try "found a terrorist cell and fire a nuke at Washington DC" personal.]]
** And, of course, Boss is sore at Zinyak [[spoiler: for destroying almost his entire constituency and for imprisoning him and his gang, telling Zinyak that his retaliation is less about pride and more about wrath. Keith David too.]]
---> [[spoiler:Keith David: I was twelve hours into Dead Island when the Zin attacked. Now I'll never finish. I won't forgive them for that.
]]
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