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12th Dec '17 12:43:57 PM chopshop
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* Invoked in ''ComicBook/StarbrandAndNightmask'' when the Kree Starbrand [[spoiler:murders her own Nightmask]], knowing that [[spoiler:Nightmasks]] are supposed to act as Morality Chains for their Starbrand. She's a KnightTemplar who believes heavily in UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans, so she decided that having a moral lighthouse guiding her would just hold her back from doing her job.
1st Dec '17 2:12:11 PM creader
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15th Oct '17 11:27:34 AM Naram-Sin
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* In ''{{Series/Mindhunter}}'', Bill and Holden interview RealLife spree killer Richard Speck, who has a pet bird he helped health a broken wing and fed with a dropper. When Speck is ([[HairTriggerTemper soon]]) angered by Holden's questioning, he throws the bird into a moving fan.
6th Oct '17 2:45:16 AM eroock
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20th Sep '17 12:23:39 PM Siggu
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* {{Inverted|Trope}} in the second ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth'' game. [[spoiler:Horace Knightley, the murderer of the first case, is a close friend of Simon Keyes, and pretty much the only person Knightley would be nice to. Simon is a FalseFriend that sets up his arrest and murder because he hates Horace as Horace's father killed Simon's... or so he thinks. It's actually the other way around, but he feels no remorse after learning about that fact]].
15th Aug '17 3:03:09 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': On his return to King's Landing, Jaime goes so far low as to to force himself on Cersei, when they are right next to their son's corpse in the sept.
9th Aug '17 8:10:07 AM Shadowgazer
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* This is [[spoiler:Albus Dumbledore]]'s backstory in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows''. He was dangerously close to joining with Grindelwald and becoming a BigBad when his sister Ariana was accidently killed during an argument. At that point he came to his senses and instead became the BigGood that he is known as.
** Also the story for [[spoiler: Regulus Black]]. He was a loyal Voldemort supporter, proud to offer the use of his beloved House Elf...until he finds out that [[spoiler: Voldemort wanted the elf to test the defenses around his horcrux, which involved the elf being horribly tortured and left to die]]. After he found out about that, he gave his life to try to bring Voldemort down.
** And [[spoiler: Severus Snape]]'s. When he found out the information he provided would lead directly to [[spoiler: Lily Potter's death]], he switched sides. [[spoiler: It was too late to save her, however, and he had to live with the guilt. This was not the first time this happened -- back in his fifth year at Hogwarts, Snape, in a MomentOfWeakness, called Lily (his best friend at the time) a mudblood. Their friendship, already strained from Severus surrounding himself with future Death Eaters like Lucius Malfoy, promptly dissolved after that. To this day he still considers it his absolute worst enemy, as it cost him the woman he loved, and the day where the only path he saw left for him was the Death Eaters, all of which eventually led to Lily's death.]]

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* This is [[spoiler:Albus Dumbledore]]'s backstory in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows''. He was dangerously close to joining with Grindelwald [[BigBad Grindelwald]] and becoming a BigBad his vision for the world when his sister Ariana was accidently accidentally killed during an argument. argument [[spoiler: between him Gellert and Aberforth after Gellert tortured Aberforth for standing in the way and Albus ran to his defense. At that point he came to his senses and instead became the BigGood that he is known as.
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** Also the story for [[spoiler: Regulus Black]]. He was a loyal Voldemort supporter, proud to offer the use of his beloved House Elf...until he finds out that [[spoiler: Voldemort wanted the elf to test the defenses around his horcrux, which involved the elf being horribly tortured and left to die]]. After he found out about that, [[spoiler: along with deducing Voldemort's use of Horcruxes]] he gave his life to try to bring Voldemort down.
** And [[spoiler: Severus Snape]]'s. When he found out the information he provided would lead directly to [[spoiler: Lily Potter's death]], he switched sides. [[spoiler: It was too late to save her, however, and he had to live with the guilt. This was not the first time this happened -- back in his fifth year at Hogwarts, Snape, in a MomentOfWeakness, called Lily (his best friend at the time) a mudblood. Their friendship, already strained from Severus surrounding himself with future Death Eaters like Lucius Malfoy, promptly dissolved after that. To this day he still considers it his absolute worst enemy, as it cost him at the very least the friendship of the woman he loved, and the day where the only path he saw left for him was the Death Eaters, all of which eventually led to Lily's death.]]
31st Jul '17 1:08:20 AM Nyame
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** And [[spoiler: Severus Snape]]'s. When he found out the information he provided would lead directly to [[spoiler: Lily Potter's death]], he switched sides. [[spoiler: It was too late to save her, however, and he had to live with the guilt.]]

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** And [[spoiler: Severus Snape]]'s. When he found out the information he provided would lead directly to [[spoiler: Lily Potter's death]], he switched sides. [[spoiler: It was too late to save her, however, and he had to live with the guilt. This was not the first time this happened -- back in his fifth year at Hogwarts, Snape, in a MomentOfWeakness, called Lily (his best friend at the time) a mudblood. Their friendship, already strained from Severus surrounding himself with future Death Eaters like Lucius Malfoy, promptly dissolved after that. To this day he still considers it his absolute worst enemy, as it cost him the woman he loved, and the day where the only path he saw left for him was the Death Eaters, all of which eventually led to Lily's death.]]
27th Jul '17 8:53:57 PM thatother1dude
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* In ''Series/BreakingBad'', as Walt goes further and further towards/past the MoralEventHorizon, he starts to doing this more and more. By Season Five, only his children are safe.

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* In ''Series/BreakingBad'', as ''Series/BreakingBad'' Walt goes further SlowlySlippingIntoEvil is shown by his increasingly frequent mistreatment of Jesse and further towards/past the MoralEventHorizon, he starts to doing this more and more.Skylar. By Season Five, only his children are safe.
5th Jun '17 8:11:23 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': Beerus meeting Goku is the reason why he goes from an amoral, selfish God of Destruction who will destroy anything that [[DisproportionateRetribution annoys him]], to being the overall BigGood in ''Super''. However, Beerus has no problem reminding Goku that ''he'' is a god while he is just a mortal whose power can't compete with him or any God of Destruction. The most vicious kick he gives is when he mocks Goku for trying to stop Champa from [[spoiler: killing his own team]], saying that since Champa is a god, he can do what he wants in his universe, and there is nothing Goku can do to stop it. He also seems to agree with Champa that Goku and the others are pawns to the gods.
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