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* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': When Hela tries to take over Asgard, she mistakes Skurge the Executioner's strong sense of self-preservation for ruthless pragmatism and makes him her [[TheDragon Dragon]]. In truth, Skurge is often lazy and cowardly, but he's no villain and struggles to make himself carry out even her most simple orders. [[spoiler: In the end, he can't make himself be evil and [[HeroicSacrifice valiantly sacrifices himself to help Thor and his friends fight Hela and her army]].]]
9th Oct '17 7:47:23 AM Shadowgazer
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* ComicBook/HarleyQuinn in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' is in crime just for fun and for her strange love toward ComicBook/TheJoker; she even has her own episodes struggling for rehabilitation. Other versions in other media show a darker and more violent personality. Wesker the Ventriloquist is another example, of course his problem is his SplitPersonality of the violent evil Scarface (his Ventriloquist's dummy).

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* ComicBook/HarleyQuinn in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' is in crime just for fun and for her strange love toward ComicBook/TheJoker; she even has her own episodes struggling for rehabilitation. Other versions in other media show a darker and more violent personality. Wesker the Ventriloquist is another example, of course his problem is his SplitPersonality of the violent evil Scarface (his Ventriloquist's dummy).
16th Sep '17 8:03:57 AM Malady
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* ComicBook/HarleyQuinn in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' is in crime just for fun and for her strange love toward ComicBook/TheJoker; she even has her own episodes struggling for rehabilitation. Other versions in other media show a darker and more violent personality. Wesker the Ventriloquist is another example, of course his problem is his SplitPersonality that causes him to have an violent evil AlterEgo named Scarface (his Ventriloquist's dummy).

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* ComicBook/HarleyQuinn in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' is in crime just for fun and for her strange love toward ComicBook/TheJoker; she even has her own episodes struggling for rehabilitation. Other versions in other media show a darker and more violent personality. Wesker the Ventriloquist is another example, of course his problem is his SplitPersonality that causes him to have an of the violent evil AlterEgo named Scarface (his Ventriloquist's dummy).
10th Sep '17 9:18:01 AM nombretomado
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9th Sep '17 2:14:27 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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-->-- '''Dr. Evil''' (to his GenreSavvy son Scott), ''Film/AustinPowersTheSpyWhoShaggedMe''

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-->-- '''Dr. Evil''' (to his GenreSavvy son Scott), ''Film/AustinPowersTheSpyWhoShaggedMe''
29th Aug '17 2:32:47 PM merotoker
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* Demon God Ifurita in the TV series version of ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld''.

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* %%* Demon God Ifurita in the TV series version of ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld''.



* Anzam from ''{{Ore ga Akuma De Aitsu Ga Yome De}}'' is a demon who is incapable of lying, cheating, or stealing human souls. When he finally winds up in a contract with a human girl, she asks him to be her husband... And is a pretty good one, too.

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* Anzam from ''{{Ore ''Manga/{{Ore ga Akuma De Aitsu Ga Yome De}}'' is a demon who is incapable of lying, cheating, or stealing human souls. When he finally winds up in a contract with a human girl, she asks him to be her husband... And is a pretty good one, too.



* Batso from ''WesternAnimation/HappilyEverAfter''.

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* %%* Batso from ''WesternAnimation/HappilyEverAfter''.



* Steve Finch's kids from ''WesternAnimation/DeckTheHalls''.

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* %%* Steve Finch's kids from ''WesternAnimation/DeckTheHalls''.



* Some of the mooks in the ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series.

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* %%* Some of the mooks in the ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series.



* Sgt. Schultz from ''Series/HogansHeroes'' is often seen a a bumbling underling to Colonel Klink, and unlike most of ThoseWackyNazis, he is willing to turn a blind eye to Hogan and his crew's antics. In his backstory, he made toys for children.

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* Sgt. Schultz from ''Series/HogansHeroes'' is often seen a as a bumbling underling to Colonel Klink, and unlike most of ThoseWackyNazis, he is willing to turn a blind eye to Hogan and his crew's antics. In his backstory, he made toys for children.



* Balrog from ''VideoGame/CaveStory'' is only a villain because the Demon Crown compels him to obey the BigBad. When nobody's looking, he's cheerful, helpful and [[spoiler:saves Quote and Curly Brace from the {{Load Bearing|Boss}} BonusBoss Ballos.]]

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* Balrog from ''VideoGame/CaveStory'' is only a villain because the Demon Crown compels him to obey the BigBad. When nobody's looking, he's cheerful, helpful and [[spoiler:saves Quote and Curly Brace from the {{Load Bearing|Boss}} BonusBoss Ballos.]]Ballos]].



* In the final case of the VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney trilogy, [[spoiler: Pearl Fey]] receives instructions to help with a murder and is so innocent as to misinterpret them as instructions to throw gravy onto a portrait. The same case also involves [[spoiler: Iris, who is absolutely committed to helping protect both a heinous villain and a SympatheticMurderer and following any instructions from them regarding how to help them avoid being caught]].

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* In the final case of the VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' trilogy, [[spoiler: Pearl Fey]] receives instructions to help with a murder and is so innocent as to misinterpret them as instructions to throw gravy onto a portrait. The same case also involves [[spoiler: Iris, who is absolutely committed to helping protect both a heinous villain and a SympatheticMurderer and following any instructions from them regarding how to help them avoid being caught]].



* Visas Marr from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'' is the Sith apprentice of a nihilistic OmnicidalManiac, who believes life is inherently unworthy and should all die... But she is also an ExtremeDoormat, a worldview fundamentally opposed to that of [[SocialDarwinist the Sith]]. This does not cause her to abandon her old worldview the moment the main character defeats her, but it means she's completely unable to act on it because she [[DefeatMeansFriendship immediately switches her blind loyalty to you]].

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* Visas Marr from ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'' is the Sith apprentice of a nihilistic OmnicidalManiac, who believes life is inherently unworthy and should all die... But she is also an ExtremeDoormat, a worldview fundamentally opposed to that of [[SocialDarwinist [[TheSocialDarwinist the Sith]]. This does not cause her to abandon her old worldview the moment the main character defeats her, but it means she's completely unable to act on it because she [[DefeatMeansFriendship immediately switches her blind loyalty to you]].



* Odion Ishtar from WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries. Despite being TheDragon and impersonating [[BigBad Marik Ishtar]], he summons such horrible monstrosities as the Easter Bunny and Gummi Bears during his duel with Joey.

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* Odion Ishtar from WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries.''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries''. Despite being TheDragon and impersonating [[BigBad Marik Ishtar]], he summons such horrible monstrosities as the Easter Bunny and Gummi Bears during his duel with Joey.



* Nazi {{Mook|s}} Schulz from ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Daffy the Commando]]''.

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* %%* Nazi {{Mook|s}} Schulz from ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Daffy the Commando]]''.



* Smeck, the Devil's henchman, from ''WesternAnimation/GodTheDevilAndBob''.
* Sammy from ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleFlyingBears''.

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* %%* Smeck, the Devil's henchman, from ''WesternAnimation/GodTheDevilAndBob''.
* %%* Sammy from ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleFlyingBears''.



* Bernadette "Mina" Beff, [[AlphaBitch Katrina "Trina" Riffin's]] best friend from ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}''.

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* %%* Bernadette "Mina" Beff, [[AlphaBitch Katrina "Trina" Riffin's]] best friend from ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}''.



* By the standards of most of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', Rubilax is a legitimately dangerous (if occasionally funny) and evil demon. By the standards of his fellow Shushu, Rubilax is a soft-hearted fool. After one insult too many, Rubilax gets fed up with the Shushu and [[HeelFaceTurn sides with the heroes]]. Ironically enough, this actually earns Rubilax a bit of respect from the Shushu King Rushu who interprets Rubilax's Heel Face Turn as an [[GoodIsBadAndBadIsGood act of ultimate treachery against the Shushu]].

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* By the standards of most of the cast of ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', Rubilax is a legitimately dangerous (if occasionally funny) and evil demon. By the standards of his fellow Shushu, Rubilax is a soft-hearted fool. After one insult too many, Rubilax gets fed up with the Shushu and [[HeelFaceTurn sides with the heroes]]. Ironically enough, this actually earns Rubilax a bit of respect from the Shushu King Rushu who interprets Rubilax's Heel Face Turn as an [[GoodIsBadAndBadIsGood [[BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad act of ultimate treachery against the Shushu]].
13th Aug '17 5:19:21 PM ectostar
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* Demon God Ifurita in the TV series version of ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld.''

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* Demon God Ifurita in the TV series version of ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld.''''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld''.



* [[EnsembleDarkhorse Sky-Byte,]] of ''Anime/TransformersRobotsInDisguise''. He started off as a NobleDemon, but after VillainDecay set in, his evil deeds became endearingly pathetic. The most famous example would probably be "Sky-Byte Saves the Day," in which he rescued an entire building full of people after he forgot he was supposed to be holding them hostage. By the end of the series, the kids of the city think of him as a hero. WordOfGod is that he eventually managed a HeelFaceTurn, and a RedemptionPromotion to boot!

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* [[EnsembleDarkhorse Sky-Byte,]] Sky-Byte]], of ''Anime/TransformersRobotsInDisguise''. He started off as a NobleDemon, but after VillainDecay set in, his evil deeds became endearingly pathetic. The most famous example would probably be "Sky-Byte Saves the Day," in which he rescued an entire building full of people after he forgot he was supposed to be holding them hostage. By the end of the series, the kids of the city think of him as a hero. WordOfGod is that he eventually managed a HeelFaceTurn, and a RedemptionPromotion to boot!



--> '''Hopper:''' ''(to Molt)'' I swear, if I hadn't promised ''mother,'' on her ''death-bed'' that I wouldn't kill you, I would ''kill'' you!

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--> '''Hopper:''' ''(to Molt)'' I swear, if I hadn't promised ''mother,'' ''mother'', on her ''death-bed'' that I wouldn't kill you, I would ''kill'' you!



* Smee, Captain Hook's bosun in ''Literature/PeterPan,'' as well as its many adaptations.

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* Smee, Captain Hook's bosun in ''Literature/PeterPan,'' ''Literature/PeterPan'', as well as its many adaptations.



-->'''Buffy:''' Harmony, when you tried to be head cheerleader, you were bad. When you tried to chair the homecoming committee, you were ''really'' bad. But when you try to ''be'' bad? '''''[[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech You suck]].'''''

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-->'''Buffy:''' Harmony, when you tried to be head cheerleader, you were bad. When you tried to chair the homecoming committee, you were ''really'' bad. But when you try to ''be'' bad? '''''[[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech You suck]].'''''suck]]'''''.



* E-102 Gamma of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' was for the most part an emotionless droid just trying to follow his master Dr Eggman's orders. Then he meets up with [[MoralityPet a little pink hedgehog and her pet bird]]. [[TearJerker We'll leave it at that..]]

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* E-102 Gamma of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' was for the most part an emotionless droid just trying to follow his master Dr Eggman's orders. Then he meets up with [[MoralityPet a little pink hedgehog and her pet bird]]. [[TearJerker We'll leave it at that..]]that]].



* Hack and Slash from ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot,'' who are dismayed when Bob is lost in the Web and unable to keep them from doing anything ''really'' bad, like killing others. Though, considering their level of competence following their HeelFaceTurn, they also have an F in Good as well.

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* Hack and Slash from ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot,'' ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', who are dismayed when Bob is lost in the Web and unable to keep them from doing anything ''really'' bad, like killing others. Though, considering their level of competence following their HeelFaceTurn, they also have an F in Good as well.



* Senor Senior Jr. on ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible.'' His father, [[RepetitiveName Senor Senior Sr.]], took up villainy [[PunchClockVillain as a hobby after retiring]] and often ropes his son into acting as an accomplice in his schemes. Senior Senior Jr. has no interest in villainy and would much rather be a boy-band singer. [[DreadfulMusician For your ears' sake, it's probably best he stick with crime.]]

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* Senor Senior Jr. on ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible.'' ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. His father, [[RepetitiveName Senor Senior Sr.]], took up villainy [[PunchClockVillain as a hobby after retiring]] and often ropes his son into acting as an accomplice in his schemes. Senior Senior Jr. has no interest in villainy and would much rather be a boy-band singer. [[DreadfulMusician For your ears' sake, it's probably best he stick with crime.]]



* On ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold,'' [[TheEeyore the Weeper]] nearly managed to destroy a city once, but couldn't when he realized how many innocent lives that would actually take. After thirty years in jail for the attempt, he gets out and ComicBook/TheJoker helps him [[TookALevelInBadass Take A Level In Badass]]. (This is a stark contrast to his comics counterpart, where his MO was "inflict a CruelAndUnusualDeath on anyone he felt was happier than him, but then "mourn" for them.")

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* On ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold,'' ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', [[TheEeyore the Weeper]] nearly managed to destroy a city once, but couldn't when he realized how many innocent lives that would actually take. After thirty years in jail for the attempt, he gets out and ComicBook/TheJoker helps him [[TookALevelInBadass Take A Level In Badass]]. (This is a stark contrast to his comics counterpart, where his MO was "inflict a CruelAndUnusualDeath on anyone he felt was happier than him, but then "mourn" for them.")



* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' features a squad of [[AdorableEvilMinions Rubies]] the Crystal Gems end up playing baseball against. Not only does it never occur to them to ''cheat'' (or just ignore the game altogether, since the stakes are definitely not in the Rubies' favor) and continue on with their mission unmolested, they...[[TheDitz aren't particularly bright]], with their leader [[spoiler:missing the Crystal Gem's own Ruby adding herself to the squad]] because she forgot to count ''herself'' during roll call, not actually bothering to figure out the difference between humans and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation Gems]] before going to Earth, barely show any aggression except for Eyeball and Army, and when they finally figure out their opponents are Gems [[spoiler:are entirely willing to leave well enough alone when put on a Snipe Hunt for their actual objective.]] Then they return and completely buy "Jasper's" explanation for why she should stay on Earth to "watch" the Crystal Gems, despite it being extremely obvious that "Jasper" is actually a shapeshifted Amethyst. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope However,]] Eyeball turns out to be AxCrazy when separated from the group, and Navy apparently-independently comes up with a plan to humiliate the Crystal Gems mean-spirited enough to earn her an A+ in evil.]]
--> '''Amethyst:''' Wow...Rubies are ''dumb.''

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' features a squad of [[AdorableEvilMinions Rubies]] the Crystal Gems end up playing baseball against. Not only does it never occur to them to ''cheat'' (or just ignore the game altogether, since the stakes are definitely not in the Rubies' favor) and continue on with their mission unmolested, they...[[TheDitz aren't particularly bright]], with their leader [[spoiler:missing the Crystal Gem's own Ruby adding herself to the squad]] because she forgot to count ''herself'' during roll call, not actually bothering to figure out the difference between humans and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation Gems]] before going to Earth, barely show any aggression except for Eyeball and Army, and when they finally figure out their opponents are Gems [[spoiler:are entirely willing to leave well enough alone when put on a Snipe Hunt for their actual objective.]] Then they return and completely buy "Jasper's" explanation for why she should stay on Earth to "watch" the Crystal Gems, despite it being extremely obvious that "Jasper" is actually a shapeshifted Amethyst. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope However,]] However]], Eyeball turns out to be AxCrazy when separated from the group, and Navy apparently-independently comes up with a plan to humiliate the Crystal Gems mean-spirited enough to earn her an A+ in evil.]]
--> '''Amethyst:''' Wow...'''Amethyst''': Wow... Rubies are ''dumb.''''dumb''.
13th Aug '17 5:16:42 PM ectostar
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23rd Jun '17 3:35:15 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Prime Evil from ''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters'' has this problem with minions ''a lot''. In one episode, he tries to scare Belfry into submission by locking him in a dark cell with three ghosts who are supposed to terrify him. When he checks on them, Belfry and the ghosts are ''playing cards''.
13th Jun '17 8:36:13 PM SammyDragon92
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->''"You're quasi-evil. You're semi-evil. You're the margarine of evil. You are the Pepsi One of evil. Just one calorie, not evil enough."''

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->''"You're quasi-evil. You're semi-evil. You're the margarine of evil. You are the Pepsi One Diet Coke of evil. Just one calorie, not evil enough."''
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