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25th Dec '15 5:44:07 PM eroock
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19th Nov '15 11:07:34 PM Rococospade
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* Oddly enough (or maybe not, considering the duality obsession), Tezcatlipoca of AztecMythology. While masquerading as a merchant he was sent to war commanding a legion of dwarves in a Uriahgambit by a local king. The king figured the dwarves would see the enemy soldiers and flee, leaving their leader to die. Tezcatlipoca instead gave them a Rousingspeech that resulted in them coming home victorious. The King had to name him as a war hero.
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* Oddly enough (or maybe not, considering the duality obsession), Tezcatlipoca of AztecMythology. While masquerading as a merchant he was sent to war commanding a legion of dwarves in a Uriahgambit UriahGambit by a local king. The king figured the dwarves would see the enemy soldiers and flee, leaving their leader to die. Tezcatlipoca instead gave them a Rousingspeech RousingSpeech that resulted in them coming fighting at his side and returning home victorious. The King had to name him as a war hero.
19th Nov '15 11:05:51 PM Rococospade
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* Oddly enough (or maybe not, considering the duality obsession), Tezcatlipoca of AztecMythology. While masquerading as a merchant he was sent to war commanding a legion of dwarves in a Uriahgambit by a local king. The king figured the dwarves would see the and flee, leaving their leader to die. Tezcatlipoca instead gave them a Rousingspeech that resulted in them coming home victorious. The Kinghad to name him as a war hero.
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* Oddly enough (or maybe not, considering the duality obsession), Tezcatlipoca of AztecMythology. While masquerading as a merchant he was sent to war commanding a legion of dwarves in a Uriahgambit by a local king. The king figured the dwarves would see the enemy soldiers and flee, leaving their leader to die. Tezcatlipoca instead gave them a Rousingspeech that resulted in them coming home victorious. The Kinghad King had to name him as a war hero.
19th Nov '15 11:05:05 PM Rococospade
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* Oddly enough (or maybe not, considering the duality obsession), Tezcatlipoca of AztecMythology. While masquerading as a merchant he was sent to war commanding a legion of dwarves in a Uriahgambit by a local king. The king figured the dwarves would see the and flee, leaving their leader to die. Tezcatlipoca instead gave them a Rousingspeech that resulted in them coming home victorious. The Kinghad to name him as a war hero.
4th Nov '15 1:09:09 PM Nezumi
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* Kurumi from Kanako Inuki's horror manga ''Presents'' spends much of her time giving people presents that result in them and/or others getting what they truly deserve, whether for good, or much more often, for ill.
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* Kurumi from Kanako Inuki's horror manga ''Presents'' spends much of her time giving people presents that result in them and/or others getting what they truly deserve, whether for good, or much more often, for ill. She will sometimes warn people away from choices regarding gifts that will end badly for them (they don't usually listen) or give them advice regarding presents, but this usually turns out the same way as when she offers the presents herself.
4th Nov '15 1:03:12 PM Nezumi
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* Kurumi from Kanako Inuki's horror manga ''Presents'' spends much of her time giving people presents that result in them and/or others getting what they truly deserve, whether for good, or much more often, for ill.
12th Aug '15 6:41:43 AM lostbirdinatree
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* Shadow Man of ''Anime/RanpoKitanGameOfLaplace'' is this. When provoked, he'll do his very best to bring the culprit to justice using GentlemanThief methods.
4th May '15 5:34:36 PM waqob
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* Anansi the Spider down in Africa and the Caribbean. He carries on this role in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and ''Literature/AnansiBoys''.
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* Anansi the Spider down in Africa Ghana and the Caribbean. He carries on this role in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and ''Literature/AnansiBoys''.
12th Apr '15 5:30:59 PM Kereea1
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[[folder: Anime and Manga]] * The very aptly-named Karma of ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'' is this trope as well as being a BullyHunter. Hunting a Bully who was academically gifted in defense of a student from the lowest class got him kicked down to Class-E as well...where he is now thriving in learning assassination techniques to add to his arsenal. [[/folder]]
23rd Mar '15 2:28:09 AM StFan
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Indentation, and removing a duplicate.
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* The titular character played by Creator/AudreyTautou in ''Film/{{Amelie}}'', who sets out to drive a {{Jerkass}} grocer insane by making [[GasLighting barely noticeable changes in his apartment.]] * [[Film/FerrisBuellersDayOff Ferris Bueller]] and [[Series/ParkerLewisCantLose Parker Lewis]] sometimes perform Karmic Trickery as part of their escapades.
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* The titular title character played by Creator/AudreyTautou in ''Film/{{Amelie}}'', who sets out to drive a {{Jerkass}} grocer insane by making [[GasLighting barely noticeable changes in his apartment.]] * [[Film/FerrisBuellersDayOff %%* ''Film/FerrisBuellersDayOff'': Ferris Bueller]] Bueller and [[Series/ParkerLewisCantLose Parker Lewis]] sometimes perform Karmic Trickery as part of their escapades.

* He tends not to get a trickster reputation due mostly to his temperament (soft-spoken rather than wacky), but after being imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, and extorted into laundering money for the warden, [[TheShawshankRedemption Andy Dufresne]] [[spoiler: escapes from prison, steals the warden's dirty money, and exposes the corruption in the prison, resulting in the warden's suicide and the arrest of TheDragon]]. BugsBunny would be proud.
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* ''Film/TheShawshankRedemption'': He tends not to get a trickster reputation due mostly to his temperament (soft-spoken rather than wacky), but after being imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, and extorted into laundering money for the warden, [[TheShawshankRedemption Andy Dufresne]] [[spoiler: escapes Dufresne [[spoiler:escapes from prison, steals the warden's dirty money, and exposes the corruption in the prison, resulting in the warden's suicide and the arrest of TheDragon]]. BugsBunny Bugs Bunny would be proud. proud.

* In Literature/TheStormlightArchive, this is Wit's entire job. One can tell he greatly enjoys it, and more or less every single noble deserves it. * Randall Patrick [=McMurphy=] of ''Literature/OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest'' is a somewhat more realistic version of this, with a touch of MessianicArchetype thrown in. ** [[SubvertedTrope In the end, though, Nurse Ratchet always wins]], and [=McMurphy=] is in fact a certifiable sociopath, so it could be said he gets his own [[LaserGuidedKarma comeuppance]].
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* In Literature/TheStormlightArchive, ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'', this is Wit's entire job. One can tell he greatly enjoys it, and more or less every single noble deserves it. * Randall Patrick [=McMurphy=] of ''Literature/OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest'' is a somewhat more realistic version of this, with a touch of MessianicArchetype thrown in. ** in. [[SubvertedTrope In the end, though, Nurse Ratchet always wins]], and [=McMurphy=] is in fact a certifiable sociopath, so it could be said he gets his own [[LaserGuidedKarma comeuppance]].

* El-Hrairah in WatershipDown falls somewhere in these lines, along with being a GuileHero. It makes sense, as he's supposed to represent the rabbits' gift for outrunning and outmaneuvering their enemies. * [[Theatre/TwelfthNight Feste the jester]] embodies this role, appropriately enough for a play celebrating the Twelfth Night. The festivities are supposed to showcase the inversion of the social order and laugh at it all, which is precisely what Feste does. He points out the logical flaws in Olivia's mourning, sees through even Viola's clever wordplay, and cuts the pompous, Puritan Malvolio down to size... [[DisproportionateRetribution and then some.]] * In the ''Literature/FoolsGuild'' series the Guild works this way. * ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': Hurt Tyrion Lannister, and you can face the whole gamut of getting [[DeadpanSnarker deconstructed hilariously]] in public to being outright shown up by what he does to undermine your position in inventive ways. Hurt somebody else, however... and, he goes to town to make you look just as idiotic to others as he finds you to be. Just ask Joffrey. Push him even further, and, well... [[spoiler: it gets deadly -- out-of-prison-with-a-crossbow deadly.]]
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* El-Hrairah in WatershipDown ''Literature/WatershipDown'' falls somewhere in these lines, along with being a GuileHero. It makes sense, as he's supposed to represent the rabbits' gift for outrunning and outmaneuvering their enemies. * [[Theatre/TwelfthNight Feste the jester]] embodies this role, appropriately enough for a play celebrating the Twelfth Night. The festivities are supposed to showcase the inversion of the social order and laugh at it all, which is precisely what Feste does. He points out the logical flaws in Olivia's mourning, sees through even Viola's clever wordplay, and cuts the pompous, Puritan Malvolio down to size... [[DisproportionateRetribution and then some.]] * %%* In the ''Literature/FoolsGuild'' series the Guild works this way. * ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': Hurt Tyrion Lannister, and you can face the whole gamut of getting [[DeadpanSnarker deconstructed hilariously]] in public to being outright shown up by what he does to undermine your position in inventive ways. Hurt somebody else, however... and, he goes to town to make you look just as idiotic to others as he finds you to be. Just ask Joffrey. Push him even further, and, well... [[spoiler: it [[spoiler:it gets deadly -- out-of-prison-with-a-crossbow deadly.]]

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* Tough to say whether this belongs under LiveActionTV or WesternAnimation, but part of the ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' episode ''Revenging Angel'' depicts Crichton in a coma using a series of Creator/ChuckJones-inspired animated sequences in a ShoutOut to the classic LooneyTunes shorts. Crichton's role is variously the RoadRunner or BugsBunny, depending on whether he's just trying to run away from D'Argo, or actively taking revenge for having put him in the coma in the first place (the latter placing him squarely in this trope). * In the BBC Sitcom ''{{Waiting for God}}'' this would be Diana Trent, most often deflating Harvey "The Idiot" Baynes in the midst of one of his schemes to defraud or otherwise suppress the tenets of Bayview.
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* Tough to say whether this belongs under LiveActionTV or WesternAnimation, but part of the ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' episode ''Revenging Angel'' depicts Crichton in a coma using a series of Creator/ChuckJones-inspired animated sequences in a ShoutOut to the classic LooneyTunes WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes shorts. Crichton's role is variously the RoadRunner Road Runner or BugsBunny, Bugs Bunny, depending on whether he's just trying to run away from D'Argo, or actively taking revenge for having put him in the coma in the first place (the latter placing him squarely in this trope). * In the BBC Sitcom ''{{Waiting for God}}'' ''Series/WaitingForGod'' this would be Diana Trent, most often deflating Harvey "The Idiot" Baynes in the midst of one of his schemes to defraud or otherwise suppress the tenets of Bayview.

* Br'er Rabbit, moreso in the original stories than in the [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] ''SongOfTheSouth''. Bugs Bunny was partially based on this character. * The Norse god Loki, although sometimes a ScrewySquirrel, brought Karmic Trickery to bear against the villains for the greater good on several occassions. Loki would often [[VoluntaryShapeshifting tart himself up]] in drag to trick his enemies - a classic Karmic Trickery ploy - and often teamed up with Thor for a mix of BrainsAndBrawn.
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* Br'er Rabbit, moreso in the original stories than in the [[{{Disneyfication}} Disneyfied]] ''SongOfTheSouth''.''Disney/SongOfTheSouth''. Bugs Bunny was partially based on this character. * The Norse god Loki, although sometimes a ScrewySquirrel, brought Karmic Trickery to bear against the villains for the greater good on several occassions. occasions. Loki would often [[VoluntaryShapeshifting tart himself up]] in drag to trick his enemies - -- a classic Karmic Trickery ploy - -- and often teamed up with Thor for a mix of BrainsAndBrawn.

* Anansi the Spider down in Africa and the Caribbean. He carries on this role in NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and ''Literature/AnansiBoys''.
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* Anansi the Spider down in Africa and the Caribbean. He carries on this role in NeilGaiman's Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/AmericanGods'' and ''Literature/AnansiBoys''.

* Yiddish tales from the Ukraine feature Hershele Ostropolyer, who cheats rich misers out of their dinner, mocks well-dressed partygoers for only caring about looks, etc.
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* Yiddish tales from the Ukraine feature Hershele Ostropolyer, who cheats rich misers out of their dinner, mocks well-dressed partygoers party-goers for only caring about looks, etc.

* The character EddieGuerrero portrayed in the late part of his Wrestling/{{WWE}} career was very much a Karmic Trickster; he'd jokingly use {{heel}}ish tactics against heels, but because they were all bad guys, and he was so funny about it, the crowds ate it up. One of his favorite tactics was to pound the mat with a steel chair, throw it into an opponent's hands, and collapse to the mat, so that when the EasilyDistractedReferee turned back around, he'd naturally assume that the heel hit Eddie with the chair. And then, when the ref turned around to chastise the heel (on the occasions where he didn't outright disqualify him), he'd mug for the crowd and pose for the heel, such as putting his hands behind his head as if he were relaxing in a hammock.
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* The character EddieGuerrero Wrestling/EddieGuerrero portrayed in the late part of his Wrestling/{{WWE}} career was very much a Karmic Trickster; he'd jokingly use {{heel}}ish tactics against heels, but because they were all bad guys, and he was so funny about it, the crowds ate it up. One of his favorite tactics was to pound the mat with a steel chair, throw it into an opponent's hands, and collapse to the mat, so that when the EasilyDistractedReferee turned back around, he'd naturally assume that the heel hit Eddie with the chair. And then, when the ref turned around to chastise the heel (on the occasions where he didn't outright disqualify him), he'd mug for the crowd and pose for the heel, such as putting his hands behind his head as if he were relaxing in a hammock.

[[folder:Theater]] * ''Theatre/TwelfthNight'': Feste the jester embodies this role, appropriately enough for a play celebrating the Twelfth Night. The character EddieGuerrero portrayed in festivities are supposed to showcase the late part inversion of his Wrestling/{{WWE}} career was very much a Karmic Trickster; he'd jokingly use {{heel}}ish tactics against heels, but because they were all bad guys, the social order and he was so funny about it, laugh at it all, which is precisely what Feste does. He points out the crowds ate it up. One of his favorite tactics was to pound logical flaws in Olivia's mourning, sees through even Viola's clever wordplay, and cuts the mat with a steel chair, throw it into an opponent's hands, pompous, Puritan Malvolio down to size... [[DisproportionateRetribution and collapse to the mat, so that when the EasilyDistractedReferee turned back around, he'd naturally assume that the heel hit Eddie with the chair. And then, when the ref turned around to chastise the heel (on the occasions where he didn't outright disqualify him), he'd mug for the crowd and pose for the heel, such as putting his hands behind his head as if he were relaxing in a hammock.then some.]] [[/folder]]

* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=2520 the angels cheerfully rhapsodize about how]] GoodFeelsGood -- right next to {{Satan}}'s soul-buying booth. He also hunts them, and often gets pranked when he does so. And when he is not doing so -- given that he's Satan and they don't prank other characters, Karma can be assumed.
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=2520 the angels cheerfully rhapsodize about how]] how GoodFeelsGood -- right next to {{Satan}}'s soul-buying booth. He also hunts them, and often gets pranked when he does so. And when he is not doing so -- given that he's Satan and they don't prank other characters, Karma can be assumed.

* Definitely Beltane of the ''WhateleyUniverse'', who's notorious on campus for playing pranks on deserving JerkAss classmates, particularly if said classmate is picking on one of Beltane's friends. Has the power of controlling ectoplasm, so can perform spectacular tricks. ** Also the recent character Thorn, who has the same power set. Thorn's also fond of just general silliness, using himself as the 'butt'. Yes, they have apparently met, and are currently engaged in a prank war. ** In a recent story, Bladedancer's girlfriend, Molly (AKA 'Gateway'), decided to summon up a trickster spirit to punish a notorious bully for messing with her friends. She was fortunate indeed to stipulate that it not cause him actual harm, else the karmic debt might have gotten loaded onto her in turn.
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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': ** Definitely Beltane of the ''WhateleyUniverse'', Beltane, who's notorious on campus for playing pranks on deserving JerkAss {{Jerkass}} classmates, particularly if said classmate is picking on one of Beltane's friends. Has the power of controlling ectoplasm, so can perform spectacular tricks. ** Also the recent character Thorn, who has the same power set. Thorn's also fond of just general silliness, using himself as the 'butt'."butt". Yes, they have apparently met, and are currently engaged in a prank war. ** In a recent later story, Bladedancer's girlfriend, Molly (AKA 'Gateway'), decided (a.k.a. "Gateway"), decides to summon up a trickster spirit to punish a notorious bully for messing with her friends. She was fortunate indeed to stipulate that it not cause him actual harm, else the karmic debt might have gotten loaded onto her in turn.

* Characters/BugsBunny is a famous Karmic Trickster and former trope namer. This characterization was a considered decision on the part of Bugs' creators: it was required that the antagonist strike first. ** Note that it was not from the start: In his early days, Bugs was more of a ScrewySquirrel. ** Tweety is another WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes example.
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* Characters/BugsBunny ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': ** WesternAnimation/BugsBunny is a famous Karmic Trickster and former trope namer. This characterization was a considered decision on the part of Bugs' creators: it was required that the antagonist strike first. ** first. Note that it was not from the start: In in his early days, Bugs was more of a ScrewySquirrel. ** Tweety is another WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes example.example. He's content to sing and swing in his cage until Sylvester start trying to eat him, and then retaliation comes.

* The Warner Brothers (and the Warner Sister) in ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' (although Wakko is closer to being a ScrewySquirrel) are somewhat offset by the fact that they can be cheerful and annoying to ''anybody'', but are generally harmless until someone starts being a JerkAss. Then he gets labeled their "Special Friend", and all bets are off. In one episode, they're being driven crazy by a parody of the nanny from ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic''... but can't bring themselves to clobber her, because she's not doing anything ''wrong''. [[spoiler:They hire [[ScrewySquirrel Slappy]].]]
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* The Warner Brothers (and the Warner Sister) in ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' (although Wakko is closer to being a ScrewySquirrel) are somewhat offset by the fact that they can be cheerful and annoying to ''anybody'', but are generally harmless until someone starts being a JerkAss.{{Jerkass}}. Then he gets labeled their "Special Friend", and all bets are off. In one episode, they're being driven crazy by a parody of the nanny from ''Film/TheSoundOfMusic''... but can't bring themselves to clobber her, because she's not doing anything ''wrong''. [[spoiler:They hire [[ScrewySquirrel Slappy]].]]

* Eric Cartman in the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants". The visual style imitates Characters/BugsBunny wartime short films. ** Cartman also qualifies as a (very dark) Karmic Trickster in "Scott Tenorman Must Die!" -- perhaps as a kind of one-upsmanship of Scott Tenorman, who himself is also a Trickster.
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* Eric Cartman in the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Osama bin Laden Has Farty Pants". The visual style imitates Characters/BugsBunny WesternAnimation/BugsBunny wartime short films. ** films. Cartman also qualifies as a (very dark) Karmic Trickster in "Scott Tenorman Must Die!" -- perhaps as a kind of one-upsmanship of Scott Tenorman, who himself is also a Trickster.

* [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Jerry]] generally waited until Tom victimized him before unleashing torment upon the cat... except when he occasionally didn't wait. These days it seems to be a very mutual rivalry, or even Jerry being the 'bad guy.' * In most ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' cartoons where Donald is the antagonist, this tends to be the case. Chip and Dale or Huey, Dewey, and Louie especially. ** MickeyMouse even serves in this role to Donald as opposed to his usual one of the StraightMan in "Magician Mickey." *** Mickey again takes on this role in a Disney/HouseOfMouse cartoon where he's held hostage by Pete, and his even dumber backwoods cousin, Zeke, who had just robbed a bank. Mickey convinces both parties that one of them is trying to do the other one in and take the money for themselves, and then proceeds to add fuel to the fire as their paranoia (and stupidity) sets in. * The titular character in ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' tends to be a nice furry orange creature, and generally doesn't set out for taking antagonists down in return for a perceived slight -- but a lot of his antics come out this way anyway. * [[WesternAnimation/{{TomAndJerry}} Jerry]] can also be this, although he's more of a ScrewySquirrel.
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* [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Jerry]] ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'': Jerry generally waited waits until Tom victimized victimizes him before unleashing torment upon the cat... except when he occasionally didn't wait. These days it seems to be a very mutual rivalry, or even Jerry being the 'bad guy.' "bad guy". * In most ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' cartoons where Donald is the antagonist, this tends to be the case. Chip and Dale or Huey, Dewey, and Louie especially. ** especially. MickeyMouse even serves in this role to Donald as opposed to his usual one of the StraightMan in "Magician Mickey." *** Mickey". * Mickey again takes on this role in a Disney/HouseOfMouse ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' cartoon where he's held hostage by Pete, and his even dumber backwoods cousin, Zeke, who had just robbed a bank. Mickey convinces both parties that one of them is trying to do the other one in and take the money for themselves, and then proceeds to add fuel to the fire as their paranoia (and stupidity) sets in. * The titular title character in ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' tends to be a nice furry orange creature, and generally doesn't set out for taking antagonists down in return for a perceived slight -- but a lot of his antics come out this way anyway. * [[WesternAnimation/{{TomAndJerry}} Jerry]] can also be this, although he's more of a ScrewySquirrel.anyway.

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* [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry Jerry]] generally waited until Tom victimized him before unleashing torment upon the cat... except when he occasionally didn't wait. These days it seems to be a very mutual rivalry, or even Jerry being the 'bad guy.' * In most ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' cartoons where Donald is the antagonist, this tends to be the case. Chip and Dale or Huey, Dewey, and Louie especially. ** MickeyMouse even serves in this role to Donald as opposed to his usual one of the StraightMan in "Magician Mickey." *** Mickey again takes on this role in a Disney/HouseOfMouse cartoon where he's held hostage by Pete, and his even dumber backwoods cousin, Zeke, who had just robbed a bank. Mickey convinces both parties that one of them is trying to do the other one in and take the money for themselves, and then proceeds to add fuel to the fire as their paranoia (and stupidity) sets in. * The titular character in ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' tends to be a nice furry orange creature, and generally doesn't set out for taking antagonists down in return for a perceived slight -- but a lot of his antics come out this way anyway. * [[WesternAnimation/{{TomAndJerry}} Jerry]] can also be this, although he's more of a ScrewySquirrel.
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