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23rd Jan '18 10:41:24 AM PrimeSoundwave
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-->-- '''Hitori''' explaining his life after DEM Industries' appearance, ''LightNovel/DateALive''

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-->-- '''Hitori''' explaining his life after DEM Industries' Industries and Isaac Westcott's appearance, ''LightNovel/DateALive''
29th Nov '17 10:10:55 AM DPsycho
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* Wrestling/TheUndertaker's Wrestling/MinistryOfDarkness. They crucified and hung their enemies, kidnapped women, brainwashed midcarders, made blood pacts in the middle of the ring... only infighting and The Undertaker getting injured put an end to them.

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* Wrestling/TheUndertaker's Wrestling/MinistryOfDarkness. They crucified and hung hanged their enemies, kidnapped women, brainwashed midcarders, made blood pacts in the middle of the ring... only infighting and The Undertaker getting injured put an end to them.
29th Nov '17 7:58:26 AM PrimeSoundwave
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-> ''"All my days were happy, fun and cheerful. I liked that world and peace in that we had. In that world, there were only thieves who stole wallets from citizens and we played who would get him first. Funny days... But one day they came... that thing came! They took everything from me! My life and my home! My friends are dead! My family was killed in front of me! My happy world fell into darkness and despair!"''

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-> ''"All my days were happy, fun and cheerful. I liked that world and peace in that we had. In that world, there were only thieves who stole wallets from citizens and we played who would get him first. Funny days... Normal days... School, hanging out with girls and finally beating deliquents. But one day they came... that thing came! They took everything from me! My life and my home! My friends are dead! My family was killed in front of me! My happy world fell into darkness and despair!"''despair! "''
28th Nov '17 11:05:04 PM PrimeSoundwave
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-> ''"All my days were happy, fun and cheerful. I liked that world and peace in that we had. In that world, there was only thieves who stole wallets and we played who would get him first. But one day they came... that thing came! They took everything from me! My life and my home! My friends are dead! My family was killed in front of me! My happy world fell into darkness and despair! His name is Isaac Westcott!"''

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-> ''"All my days were happy, fun and cheerful. I liked that world and peace in that we had. In that world, there was were only thieves who stole wallets from citizens and we played who would get him first.first. Funny days... But one day they came... that thing came! They took everything from me! My life and my home! My friends are dead! My family was killed in front of me! My happy world fell into darkness and despair! His name is Isaac Westcott!"''despair!"''
28th Nov '17 11:02:26 PM PrimeSoundwave
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->''"That was a very abstract, almost avant-garde episode with Q and what he was trying to prove with the ''Enterprise'', telling Picard to be aware because there are some bad-asses out there that you're not prepared for no matter what you think. This is just a lesson to you to keep your eyes and ears open because there are things out there that you don't understand, and here's an example."''
-->-- Director '''Rob Bowman''' on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', "Q Who"

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->''"That was a very abstract, almost avant-garde episode with Q -> ''"All my days were happy, fun and what he was trying to prove with the ''Enterprise'', telling Picard to be aware because cheerful. I liked that world and peace in that we had. In that world, there are some bad-asses out there was only thieves who stole wallets and we played who would get him first. But one day they came... that you're not prepared for no matter what you think. This is just a lesson to you to keep your eyes thing came! They took everything from me! My life and ears open because there my home! My friends are things out there that you don't understand, dead! My family was killed in front of me! My happy world fell into darkness and here's an example."''
despair! His name is Isaac Westcott!"''
-->-- Director '''Rob Bowman''' on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', "Q Who"
'''Hitori''' explaining his life after DEM Industries' appearance, ''LightNovel/DateALive''
7th Oct '17 1:11:39 AM markband
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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who poses an actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming an InvincibleVillain. They also tend to be the trigger of TheWorfEffect against the hero. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain when a villain starts as ridiculous but, because of some changes, ends up becoming this. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow when the setting itself contrasts heavily with the character's grimness. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.

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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who poses an actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming an InvincibleVillain. They also tend to be the trigger of TheWorfEffect against the hero. They may also be the ArchEnemy as they might have a strong personal tie to the hero or heroes of the work. Arch-enemies are usually distinguished from the other villains as perhaps being [[EvilerThanThou worse]], [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil stronger]], or more [[ItsPersonal personally]] tied to the protagonists. It could even be the night of cerberus quality that makes the villian an arch-enemy. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain when a villain starts as ridiculous but, because of some changes, ends up becoming this. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow when the setting itself contrasts heavily with the character's grimness. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.
27th Sep '17 6:31:28 AM Shadowgazer
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This villain's arrival is usually heralded by a sudden downturn in humor (although if the villain in question is [[LaughablyEvil amusing in their own right]], expect it to turn into BlackComedy), to show the audience this guy means business. In other words, a catalyst for a drastic change in mood toward the dark and dramatic.There are examples of characters who take the story to darker territory without being villainous in the slightest, but this trope is reserved for evil creatures. Grim-dark shows and stories that take place in a CrapsackWorld are much less susceptible to this kind of influence since it is really hard to stand out as the darkest when everyone is really dark, but even they have exceptions when the plot is [[BlackComedy comedic even in a dark way]] and the character in question is on an entirely different level of terrifying and serious. This isn't only about the character himself, it is also about his relation to the story.

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This villain's arrival is usually heralded by a sudden downturn in humor (although if the villain in question is [[LaughablyEvil amusing in their own right]], expect it to turn into BlackComedy), to show the audience this guy means business. In other words, a catalyst for a drastic change in mood toward the dark and dramatic.There are examples of characters who take the story to darker territory without being villainous in the slightest, but this trope is reserved for evil creatures. Grim-dark shows and stories that take place in a CrapsackWorld are much less susceptible to this kind of influence since it is really hard to stand out as the darkest when everyone is really dark, but even they have exceptions when the plot is [[BlackComedy comedic even in a dark way]] and the character in question is on an entirely different level of terrifying and serious. This isn't only about the character himself, it is also about his relation to the story.
27th Sep '17 5:45:59 AM Shadowgazer
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This villain's arrival is usually heralded by a sudden downturn in humor (although if the villain in question is [[LaughablyEvil amusing in their own right]], expect it to turn into BlackComedy), to show the audience this guy means business. In other words, a catalyst for a drastic change in mood toward the dark and dramatic.There are examples of characters who take the story to darker territory without being villainous in the slightest, but this trope is reserved for evil creatures. Grim-dark shows and stories that take place in a CrapsackWorld are much less susceptible to this kind of influence since it is really hard to stand out as the darkest when everyone is really dark, but even they have exceptions when the character in question is on an entirely different level of terrifying and competent. This isn't only about the character himself, it is also about his relation to the setting.

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This villain's arrival is usually heralded by a sudden downturn in humor (although if the villain in question is [[LaughablyEvil amusing in their own right]], expect it to turn into BlackComedy), to show the audience this guy means business. In other words, a catalyst for a drastic change in mood toward the dark and dramatic.There are examples of characters who take the story to darker territory without being villainous in the slightest, but this trope is reserved for evil creatures. Grim-dark shows and stories that take place in a CrapsackWorld are much less susceptible to this kind of influence since it is really hard to stand out as the darkest when everyone is really dark, but even they have exceptions when the plot is [[BlackComedy comedic even in a dark way]] and the character in question is on an entirely different level of terrifying and competent. serious. This isn't only about the character himself, it is also about his relation to the setting.
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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who poses an actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming an InvincibleVillain. They also tend to be the trigger of TheWorfEffect against the hero. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain when a normally ridiculous villain toys with this. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.

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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who poses an actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming an InvincibleVillain. They also tend to be the trigger of TheWorfEffect against the hero. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain when a normally villain starts as ridiculous villain toys with but, because of some changes, ends up becoming this. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow.VileVillainSaccharineShow when the setting itself contrasts heavily with the character's grimness. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.
14th Sep '17 6:59:30 PM GrammarNavi
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* Mortimer's twisted brother Jonathan, being a ruthlessly sadistic sociopath with a short temper and very little (and quite dry) humour, feels like belonging more to a crime-thriller kind of story than even the lighthearted BlackComedy that is ''Main/ArsenicAndOldLace''.

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* Mortimer's twisted brother Jonathan, being a ruthlessly sadistic sociopath with a short temper and very little (and quite dry) humour, feels like belonging more to a crime-thriller kind of story than even the lighthearted BlackComedy that is ''Main/ArsenicAndOldLace''.''Theatre/ArsenicAndOldLace''.
6th Sep '17 4:11:27 PM Pallo
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* Wrestling/JakeRoberts: A thinking man's heel, "The Snake" was ahead of his time with his masterful promos and character work. Some of his most "memorable" KickTheDog moments include [=DDTing=] Wrestling/RickySteamboat on concrete, locking Wrestling/UltimateWarrior in a room full of snakes, and having Wrestling/RandySavage bitten by a king cobra in front of a live audience. It is telling that even The Undertaker, who was once his accomplice, eventually [[EvenEvilHasStandards had enough of his actions]] and [[FaceHeelTurn turned against him]].


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* Wrestling/JakeRoberts: A thinking man's heel, "The Snake" was ahead of his time with his masterful promos and character work. Some of his most "memorable" KickTheDog moments include [=DDTing=] Wrestling/RickySteamboat on concrete, locking Wrestling/UltimateWarrior in a room full of snakes, and having Wrestling/RandySavage bitten by a king cobra in front of a live audience. It is telling that even The Undertaker, who was once his accomplice, eventually [[EvenEvilHasStandards had enough of his actions]] and [[FaceHeelTurn [[HeelFaceTurn turned against him]].

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