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* The flash game ''Motherload'', in which you play as a mining company whose benefactor is the mysterious "Mr. Natas". A real head-scratcher, that one.
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* The flash game ''Motherload'', ''VideoGame/{{Motherload}}'', in which you play as a mining company whose benefactor is the mysterious "Mr. Natas". A real head-scratcher, that one.
18th Jan '16 2:52:03 PM Jeduthun
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Maybe the literal Devil has taken a personal interest, or maybe it's just a high-level demon or an Agent of General Badness, whatever the local badness happens to be called. In any case, it's powerful, it's bad, and it's been standing right there next to you all this time. Yikes!
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Maybe the literal Devil has taken a personal interest, or maybe it's just a high-level demon or an Agent of General Badness, whatever the local badness happens to be called. In any case, it's powerful, it's bad, and it's been standing right there next to you all this time. Yikes! [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Yikes!]]
18th Jan '16 2:48:40 PM Jeduthun
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Bonus points if his address or phone number is prefixed SixSixSix.
1st Jan '16 6:10:05 PM merotoker
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* In ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', [[spoiler: Akio Ohtori's name is derived from the Japanese term for the Morning Star - which, as he notes, is commonly used to refer to Lucifer. It's appropriate, considering his past as the angelic Dios and his current ManipulativeBastard role. He casually reveals the etymology behind his name to Utena halfway through the series. She still [[DistractedByTheSexy takes a while to catch on]].]] * The demon "Sebastian Michaelis" of ''BlackButler'' is a quite clever example via GeniusBonus. Sebastian is the stock name for butlers in Japanese TV, but [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sebastien_Michaelis Sebastien Michaelis]] was an actual person, a French inquisitor and [[TheWitchHunter witch hunter]] who wrote about supposed instances of demonic possession. Thus, having a demon calling himself that is a similar effect to [[Film/TheDevilsAdvocate having Satan call himself John Milton]]. In story, it's eventually revealed that Sebastian's name was given to him by Ciel, who [[spoiler: named him after his dog, something Sebastian isn't thrilled about (he's a cat person).]]
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* In ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', [[spoiler: Akio Ohtori's name is derived from the Japanese term for the Morning Star - which, as he notes, is commonly used to refer to Lucifer. It's appropriate, considering his past as the angelic Dios and his current ManipulativeBastard role. He casually reveals the etymology behind his name to Utena halfway through the series. She still [[DistractedByTheSexy takes a while to catch on]].]] on]]]]. * The demon "Sebastian Michaelis" of ''BlackButler'' is a quite clever example via GeniusBonus. Sebastian is the stock name for butlers in Japanese TV, but [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sebastien_Michaelis Sebastien Michaelis]] was an actual person, a French inquisitor and [[TheWitchHunter witch hunter]] who wrote about supposed instances of demonic possession. Thus, having a demon calling himself that is a similar effect to [[Film/TheDevilsAdvocate having Satan call himself John Milton]]. In story, it's eventually revealed that Sebastian's name was given to him by Ciel, who [[spoiler: named him after his dog, something Sebastian isn't thrilled about (he's a cat person).]]person)]].

* Lew Siffer in [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0034/0034_01.asp this]] ComicBook/ChickTract, among others. * [[{{ComicBook/Darkseid}} Boss Dark Side]] from the DCUniverse series ''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers''. * Lucifer in ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'' makes a slightly better effort than most, going by the name Mr. Lux (Mr. Light, still a reference to Lucifer's Latin meaning of 'light bearer') even though he puts so little effort in otherwise that it seems the only reason no one identifies him is because they're too embarrassed or scared to ask. ** Or too {{distracted by|the sexy}} his resemblance to DavidBowie.
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* Lew Siffer in [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0034/0034_01.asp this]] ComicBook/ChickTract, ComicBook/{{Chick Tract|s}}, among others. * [[{{ComicBook/Darkseid}} Boss Dark Side]] from the DCUniverse Franchise/TheDCU series ''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers''. * Lucifer in ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'' makes a slightly better effort than most, going by the name Mr. Lux (Mr. Light, still a reference to Lucifer's Latin meaning of 'light bearer') even though he puts so little effort in otherwise that it seems the only reason no one identifies him is because they're too embarrassed or scared to ask. ** ask. Or too {{distracted by|the sexy}} his resemblance to DavidBowie.Music/DavidBowie.

* When TheAntichrist from ''Comicbook/GhostRider'' has to keep low profile, he decided to [[HiddenInPlainSight hide]] [[DevilInPlainSight as a]] [[TeensAreMonsters teenage]] CorruptCorporateExecutive under the name Anton Sat'An. Multiple times he has to [[AccidentalMisnaming remind people his last name is not]] {{Satan}}. And when two Ghost Riders, one DemonSlayer, [[AntiAntiChrist Daimon Hellstrom]] and an entire army of Angels gets on his back, [[WhatAnIdiot he's suprised they have found him so easily]].
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* When TheAntichrist from ''Comicbook/GhostRider'' has to keep low profile, he decided to [[HiddenInPlainSight hide]] {{hid|denInPlainSight}}e [[DevilInPlainSight as a]] [[TeensAreMonsters teenage]] {{teen|sAreMonsters}}age CorruptCorporateExecutive under the name Anton Sat'An. Multiple times he has to [[AccidentalMisnaming remind people his last name is not]] {{Satan}}. And when two Ghost Riders, one DemonSlayer, [[AntiAntiChrist Daimon Hellstrom]] and an entire army of Angels gets on his back, [[WhatAnIdiot he's suprised they have found him so easily]].

* In TheDCU, Lord Satanus adopted the identity of Colin '''Thorn'''ton as part of a plan to to corrupt {{Superman}}.
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* In TheDCU, Franchise/TheDCU, Lord Satanus adopted the identity of Colin '''Thorn'''ton as part of a plan to to corrupt {{Superman}}.Franchise/{{Superman}}.

* Basically being Satan in green armor, [[TheDCU DC]] villain Neron did this a few times in ''ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed''. * In his youth, Comic/{{Hellboy}} once encountered a CircusOfFear run by one A.T. Roth, AKA the {{Demon Lord|s And Archdevils}} Astaroth.
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* Basically being Satan in green armor, [[TheDCU [[Franchise/TheDCU DC]] villain Neron did this a few times in ''ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed''. * In his youth, Comic/{{Hellboy}} Comicbook/{{Hellboy}} once encountered a CircusOfFear run by one A.T. Roth, AKA the {{Demon Lord|s And Archdevils}} Astaroth.


** {{Lampshaded}} by Harry.
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** {{Lampshaded}} {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Harry.

** With another {{lampshade}} piled on by Louis.
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** With another {{lampshade}} {{lampshade|Hanging}} piled on by Louis.

* John Milton(Creator/AlPacino) of [[OccultLawFirm Milton, Chadwick & Waters]] from ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate''. Creator/JohnMilton, ''Literature/ParadiseLost'', get it?
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* John Milton(Creator/AlPacino) Milton (Creator/AlPacino) of [[OccultLawFirm Milton, Chadwick & Waters]] from ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate''. Creator/JohnMilton, ''Literature/ParadiseLost'', get it?

* Louise C. Faire (Anjelica Huston's character) from ''Film/SeraphimFalls''.
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* Louise C. Faire (Anjelica Huston's (Creator/AnjelicaHuston's character) from ''Film/SeraphimFalls''.

* In ''Film/OhGodYouDevil'', Satan visits Bobby Shelton with the name Harry O. Tophet, a reference to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tophet the Canaanite sacrificial city and a euphemism for Hell.]]
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* In ''Film/OhGodYouDevil'', ''[[Film/OhGod Oh, God! You Devil]]'', Satan visits Bobby Shelton with the name Harry O. Tophet, a reference to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tophet the Canaanite sacrificial city and a euphemism for Hell.]]

* Dan Aykroyd once said of the long-in-DevelopmentHell third ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' movie would involve the Ghostbusters going to Hell and meeting a fellow named "Lou Sifler".
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* Dan Aykroyd Creator/DanAykroyd once said of the long-in-DevelopmentHell third ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' movie that it would involve the Ghostbusters going to Hell and meeting a fellow named "Lou Sifler".

* In the MindScrew musical film ''Film/TheApple'', the Devil takes the form of a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive corrupt record executive]] named Mr. Boogalow. [[spoiler: And God is a Hippie commune leader named Mr. Topps]].
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* In the MindScrew musical film ''Film/TheApple'', the Devil takes the form of a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive corrupt record executive]] named Mr. Boogalow. [[spoiler: And God is a Hippie commune leader named Mr. Topps]].Topps.]]

* The titular figure in Creator/StephenKing's award-winning short story "The Man in the Black Suit." ** Also George [[MeaningfulName Elvid]] in the 2010 novella "[[Literature/FullDarkNoStars Fair Extension]]." ** Andre Linoge (an anagram for ''Legion'') in ''Literature/StormOfTheCentury''.
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* Creator/StephenKing ** The titular figure in Creator/StephenKing's the award-winning short story "The Man in the Black Suit." ** Also George [[MeaningfulName Elvid]] in the 2010 novella "[[Literature/FullDarkNoStars Fair Extension]]." ** Andre Linoge (an anagram for ''Legion'') in ''Literature/StormOfTheCentury''.''Series/StormOfTheCentury''.

* In one of Creator/IsaacAsimov's more humorous theological stories, the entity responsible for the LowestCosmicDenominator afterlife following the end of the world turns out to be a fellow named R. E. Mann (Ahriman, the Zoroastrian term for the God of Evil). After God reveals his ongoing {{Plan}} (he never meant to end the world but has been talked into giving conditions in which it ''could'' end in the form of prophecy), R. E. Mann goes to work writing a proposal for a unified world calendar, so that he can produce a day that the whole world will agree is the proper date.
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* In one of Creator/IsaacAsimov's more humorous theological stories, the entity responsible for the LowestCosmicDenominator afterlife following the end of the world turns out to be a fellow named R. E. Mann (Ahriman, the Zoroastrian term for the God of Evil). After God reveals his ongoing {{Plan}} [[ThePlan plan]] (he never meant to end the world but has been talked into giving conditions in which it ''could'' end in the form of prophecy), R. E. Mann goes to work writing a proposal for a unified world calendar, so that he can produce a day that the whole world will agree is the proper date.

* One interpretation of Joyce Carol Oates's short story ''WhereAreYouGoingWhereHaveYouBeen'' is that the antagonist is a representative of Satan. This is supported by his strange name, "Arnold Friend."
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* One interpretation of Joyce Carol Oates's short story ''WhereAreYouGoingWhereHaveYouBeen'' ''Literature/WhereAreYouGoingWhereHaveYouBeen'' is that the antagonist is a representative of Satan. This is supported by his strange name, "Arnold Friend."

* "Triumff", by DanAbnett, is about a conspiracy to overthrow the English throne led by SinisterMinister Aleister Jaspers. A minor character hanging around the edges of the book is a humanoid cat, who in the epilogue is revealed to be [[spoiler:the ''real'' Aleister Jaspers, implying the BigBad was an example of this.]]
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* "Triumff", by DanAbnett, Creator/DanAbnett, is about a conspiracy to overthrow the English throne led by SinisterMinister Aleister Jaspers. A minor character hanging around the edges of the book is a humanoid cat, who in the epilogue is revealed to be [[spoiler:the ''real'' Aleister Jaspers, implying the BigBad was an example of this.]]


* ''Series/{{Whitechapel}}'' had a GenderFlipped version in the form of Louise Iver. Which as an added bonus, is also an anagram of "I rouse evil", which is exactly what she does throughout the episodes.
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* ''Series/{{Whitechapel}}'' had a GenderFlipped {{Gender Flip}}ped version in the form of Louise Iver. Which as an added bonus, is also an anagram of "I rouse evil", which is exactly what she does throughout the episodes.

* The "Luci" Premium Edition of the ''Pinball/{{ACDC}}'' pinball table is named after HornyDevil girl Luci, who is heavily implied to be Satan.
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* The "Luci" Premium Edition of the ''Pinball/{{ACDC}}'' pinball table is named after HornyDevil {{Horny Devil|s}} girl Luci, who is heavily implied to be Satan.

* One of the rulers in the "Chronicles of the Sword" side game in ''SoulCalibur III'' is named Demuth Beel Zebus Halteese. Guess which alignment he falls under. Go on, guess.
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* One of the rulers in the "Chronicles of the Sword" side game in ''SoulCalibur III'' ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur III]]'' is named Demuth Beel Zebus Halteese. Guess which alignment he falls under. Go on, guess.

** Specifically, ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne'' (the game in question) had a bonus disc with Dante of ''Franchise/DevilMayCry'' and a 6th, "maniac" ending, which is what we got. In said bonus disc, you could [[spoiler:choose a 6th path, choosing instead of joining any of the "good" or "evil" characters to screw them all and to meet with Lucifer, who has ''interesting'' ideas about your place in the universe.]] This lets you get the sixth ending, [[spoiler: True Demon Ending. Wherein you join Lucifer and attack heaven, to try and stop the constant destruction and recreation of the millions of alternate Earths -- and the genocide of billions of humans -- by God.]] Although, considering that he has an ObviouslyEvil smile on his face when you make the aforementioned decision, one could make a case for the player being [[UnwittingPawn suckered in]]. Though, to be fair, he gives you a lot of time ''and'' a certain amount of reasons as to why you ''shouldn't'' agree to his plan. *** In the Freedom ending he tells you to keep your power as the true enemy is still out there. Most likely because both him and Kagutsuchi [[spoiler:compared the Protagonist to Lucifer in the freedom ending.]] ** Lucifer also appears in RaidouKuzunohaVsKingAbaddon as [[spoiler: the "blonde young man"]] and can be fought as a bonus boss in the second playthrough, if you beat the game on the chaos path in the first playthrough. Beat him three times and he becomes [[OlympusMons one of your many minions]]!
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** Specifically, ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne'' (the game in question) had a bonus disc with Dante of ''Franchise/DevilMayCry'' and a 6th, "maniac" ending, which is what we got. In said bonus disc, you could [[spoiler:choose a 6th path, choosing instead of joining any of the "good" or "evil" characters to screw them all and to meet with Lucifer, who has ''interesting'' ideas about your place in the universe.]] universe]]. This lets you get the sixth ending, [[spoiler: True Demon Ending. Wherein you join Lucifer and attack heaven, to try and stop the constant destruction and recreation of the millions of alternate Earths -- and the genocide of billions of humans -- by God.]] God]]. Although, considering that he has an ObviouslyEvil smile on his face when you make the aforementioned decision, one could make a case for the player being [[UnwittingPawn suckered in]]. Though, to be fair, he gives you a lot of time ''and'' a certain amount of reasons as to why you ''shouldn't'' agree to his plan. *** In the Freedom ending he tells you to keep your power as the true enemy is still out there. Most likely because both him and Kagutsuchi [[spoiler:compared the Protagonist to Lucifer in the freedom ending.]] ending]]. ** Lucifer also appears in RaidouKuzunohaVsKingAbaddon ''VideoGame/RaidouKuzunohaVsKingAbaddon'' as [[spoiler: the "blonde young man"]] and can be fought as a bonus boss in the second playthrough, if you beat the game on the chaos path in the first playthrough. Beat him three times and he becomes [[OlympusMons one of your many minions]]!

** His most subtle disguise (relatively speaking) yet is in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIV'', where he appears as [[spoiler:Japanese schoolgirl Hikaru.]][[note]][[spoiler:The name can mean "light" in Japanese, and "Lucifer" can be translated from Latin as "light-bringing".]][[/note]]
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** His most subtle disguise (relatively speaking) yet is in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIV'', where he appears as [[spoiler:Japanese schoolgirl Hikaru.]][[note]][[spoiler:The Hikaru]].[[note]][[spoiler:The name can mean "light" in Japanese, and "Lucifer" can be translated from Latin as "light-bringing".]][[/note]]

** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiII'' also has a weird variation of this trope. While Lucifer himself appears in his usual handsome blond man persona, there's another guy you have to watch out for: [[spoiler:Zayin, your ally who discovers he's actually one-half of Satan ([[{{ShownTheirWork}} completely different than Lucifer]]). He's a BigBad and the DragonInChief to the game's GreaterScopeVillain and FinalBoss, [[GodIsEvil YHVH]].]]
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiII'' also has a weird variation of this trope. While Lucifer himself appears in his usual handsome blond man persona, there's another guy you have to watch out for: [[spoiler:Zayin, your ally who discovers he's actually one-half of Satan ([[{{ShownTheirWork}} ([[ShownTheirWork completely different than Lucifer]]). He's a BigBad and the DragonInChief to the game's GreaterScopeVillain and FinalBoss, [[GodIsEvil YHVH]].]]YHVH]]]].

* [[{{Tsukihime}} Kagetsu Tohya]] reveals that unlike the other nightmares, Arcueid's cannot take form like Dark Elesia or Nanaya. Why? Because it's the Crimson Moon and can't take her over... yet. Shiki has a long talk with it under the impression that it's some alternate form of Arcueid, which is kind of true. After awhile it's not only glaringly obvious that this is ''not'' Arcueid. it's even admitted as much. It's much more morally ambiguous than the Devil, but it did try to crash the moon into the Earth at one point.
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* [[{{Tsukihime}} ''VideoGame/{{Tsukihime}}'': Kagetsu Tohya]] Tohya reveals that unlike the other nightmares, Arcueid's cannot take form like Dark Elesia or Nanaya. Why? Because it's the Crimson Moon and can't take her over... yet. Shiki has a long talk with it under the impression that it's some alternate form of Arcueid, which is kind of true. After awhile it's not only glaringly obvious that this is ''not'' Arcueid. it's even admitted as much. It's much more morally ambiguous than the Devil, but it did try to crash the moon into the Earth at one point.

* The protagonist of ''AceCombat Zero: The Belkan War'' goes by the callsign Cipher of the Galm (Garm) Team of the 66th Division of the 6th Air Force, and gains the title Demon Lord of the Round Table.
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* The protagonist of ''AceCombat Zero: The Belkan War'' ''VideoGame/AceCombatZeroTheBelkanWar'' goes by the callsign Cipher of the Galm (Garm) Team of the 66th Division of the 6th Air Force, and gains the title Demon Lord of the Round Table.

* ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaCurseOfDarkness'' has a priest named Zead who occasionally advises Hector, who turns out in the end to be [[spoiler:Death]]. He uses the SdrawkcabName approach, but to add a twist, he reverses the Japanese pronunciation of his English name. ** [[spoiler:Also, though it's spelled differently, Zed (the Commonwealth pronunciation of the letter Z) is equated with the Omega of the Greek alphabet, which in turn is often associated with ending and death.]] * In all the IF routes in ''SengokuRance'', a woman named Keikoku with long pink hair that has flower patterns on it shows up. Eventually, one way or another she is revealed as being some sort of evil figure. It's actually difficult to figure out exactly ''what'' she is, though. She isn't human, she's not a demon and she isn't a youkai. ** She's classfied as Monster in [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny Free For All]].
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* ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' ** ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaCurseOfDarkness'' has a priest named Zead who occasionally advises Hector, who turns out in the end to be [[spoiler:Death]]. He uses the SdrawkcabName approach, but to add a twist, he reverses the Japanese pronunciation of his English name. ** name. [[spoiler:Also, though it's spelled differently, Zed (the Commonwealth pronunciation of the letter Z) is equated with the Omega of the Greek alphabet, which in turn is often associated with ending and death.]] ** Renon from ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' claims he is nothing more than a demonic businessman who sells goods because "one needs gold even in Hell these days". [[spoiler:According to the contract if you spend 30,000 or more he owns your soul, and when he swings by to claim it he reveals himself to be a ''very'' high level demon with power that actually surpasses Death himself.]] * In all the IF routes in ''SengokuRance'', ''VideoGame/SengokuRance'', a woman named Keikoku with long pink hair that has flower patterns on it shows up. Eventually, one way or another she is revealed as being some sort of evil figure. It's actually difficult to figure out exactly ''what'' she is, though. She isn't human, she's not a demon and she isn't a youkai. ** youkai. She's classfied as Monster in [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny Free For All]].

* In ''{{Demonbane}}'', there's a mysterious woman call herself Nya. As story progress, player can see her face briefly change to demonic being with three burning eyes. Eventually, it's reveal that she's [[spoiler:[[CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep]]]]. It appear again as Father Ny in the Elder Gods ending and as Nyarla in prequel novel.
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* In ''{{Demonbane}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}}'', there's a mysterious woman call calling herself Nya. As the story progress, player progresses, players can see her face briefly change to a demonic being with three burning eyes. Eventually, it's reveal revealed that she's [[spoiler:[[CthulhuMythos [[spoiler:[[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep]]]]. It appear again as Father Ny in the Elder Gods ending and as Nyarla in the prequel novel.

* In ''VideoGame/AlanWake'' there is a character called Barbara Jager, who probably has no direct connection to Literature/BabaYaga. ** Mr. Scratch from ''Alan Wake: American Nightmare''.
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* In ''VideoGame/AlanWake'' there is a character called Barbara Jager, who probably has no direct connection to Literature/BabaYaga. ** Literature/BabaYaga. Also Mr. Scratch from ''Alan Wake: American Nightmare''.

* Renon from ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' claims he is nothing more than a demonic businessman who sells goods because "one needs gold even in Hell these days". [[spoiler:According to the contract if you spend 30,000 or more he owns your soul, and when he swings by to claim it he reveals himself to be a ''very'' high level demon with power that actually surpasses Death himself.]]

* ''TheOnion'''s show ''Dr. Good'', has the creepy plastic surgeon [[SignificantAnagram Dr. Tanas]], who gives increasingly unsubtle hints to his true identity as the show progress.
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* ''TheOnion'''s ''Website/TheOnion'''s show ''Dr. Good'', has the creepy plastic surgeon [[SignificantAnagram Dr. Tanas]], who gives increasingly unsubtle hints to his true identity as the show progress.progresses.

* ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "The Magicks of Megas-Tu". An alien satyr named Lucien is revealed to be the Lucifer of Earth mythology. Notably, in this one, Lucifer is actually a ''good guy''.
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "The Magicks of Megas-Tu". An alien satyr named Lucien is revealed to be the Lucifer of Earth mythology. Notably, in this one, Lucifer is actually a ''good guy''.''[[SatanIsGood good guy]]''.

* In the British/Canadian cartoon ''TheBaskervilles'' the owner of Underworld: The Theme Park is Mr. Boss, whose real name is Nicolas Lucifer III. * Big D in the ''ClassOf3000'' episode "The Devil and Lil' D".
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* In the British/Canadian cartoon ''TheBaskervilles'' ''WesternAnimation/TheBaskervilles'' the owner of Underworld: The Theme Park is Mr. Boss, whose real name is Nicolas Lucifer III. * Big D in the ''ClassOf3000'' ''WesternAnimation/ClassOf3000'' episode "The Devil and Lil' D".

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29th Dec '15 11:18:03 AM finalsurvivor1
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiII'' also has a weird variation of this trope. While Lucifer himself appears in his usual handsome blond man persona, there's another guy you have to watch out for: [[spoiler:Zayin, your ally who discovers he's actually one-half of Satan ([[{{ShownTheirWork}} completely different than Lucifer]]). He's TheDragon to the game's BigBad, [[GodIsEvil YHVH]].]]
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiII'' also has a weird variation of this trope. While Lucifer himself appears in his usual handsome blond man persona, there's another guy you have to watch out for: [[spoiler:Zayin, your ally who discovers he's actually one-half of Satan ([[{{ShownTheirWork}} completely different than Lucifer]]). He's TheDragon a BigBad and the DragonInChief to the game's BigBad, GreaterScopeVillain and FinalBoss, [[GodIsEvil YHVH]].]]
6th Dec '15 5:44:18 PM nombretomado
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* [[{{ComicBook/Darkseid}} Boss Dark Side]] from the DCUniverse series ''SevenSoldiers''.
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* [[{{ComicBook/Darkseid}} Boss Dark Side]] from the DCUniverse series ''SevenSoldiers''.''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers''.
27th Nov '15 12:39:23 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* This used to be [=LuFisto=]'s gimmick, [[FridgeHorror or maybe it still is?]] No, most likely she is just insane or really {{obfuscating stupidity}}...are the more optimistic viewpoints.
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* This used to be [=LuFisto=]'s gimmick, [[FridgeHorror or maybe it still is?]] No, most likely she is just insane or really {{obfuscating stupidity}}...are the original gimmick was that of a [[TheCorrupter morally dubious manager]] named Lucy Ferr. Switch to "[=LuFisto=] gimmick seems to have come from what general consensus calls insanity, which happened to make her a lot more optimistic viewpoints.approachable.
26th Nov '15 3:43:24 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/FaustLoveOfTheDamned'': The villain that the protagonist [[DealWithTheDevil sells his soul to in exchange for the power of revenge]] is a white-haired man known simply as "M", presumably an alias for Mephistopheles.
15th Nov '15 2:26:41 PM DaibhidC
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* The ''[[www.byenighte.com Discworld bye Nighte]]'' fan supplement for the ''TabletopGame/DiscworldRoleplayingGame'' has a scenario called "Seek and Ye Shall Find" based on ''Angel Heart''. One NPC is Master Assassin Viktor Ogeness, who turns out to be Vassanego, Duke of Hell, from ''Discworld/{{Eric}}''.
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* The ''[[www.''[[http://www.byenighte.com Discworld bye Nighte]]'' fan supplement for the ''TabletopGame/DiscworldRoleplayingGame'' has a scenario called "Seek and Ye Shall Find" based on ''Angel Heart''. One NPC is Master Assassin Viktor Ogeness, who naturally turns out to be Vassanego, Duke of Hell, from ''Discworld/{{Eric}}''.
15th Nov '15 2:24:14 PM DaibhidC
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* FanFic/GoddessRebornChronicle has [[FallenAngel Lucifer]] going around as [[GenderBender Nicky]], a [[TheFakeCutie smarmy]] girl. [[/folder]]
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* FanFic/GoddessRebornChronicle has [[FallenAngel Lucifer]] going around as [[GenderBender Nicky]], a [[TheFakeCutie smarmy]] girl. * The ''[[www.byenighte.com Discworld bye Nighte]]'' fan supplement for the ''TabletopGame/DiscworldRoleplayingGame'' has a scenario called "Seek and Ye Shall Find" based on ''Angel Heart''. One NPC is Master Assassin Viktor Ogeness, who turns out to be Vassanego, Duke of Hell, from ''Discworld/{{Eric}}''. [[/folder]]
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