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15th Sep '17 11:45:42 AM lillolillo
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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''/''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' crossover ''Fanfic/TheVampireOfSteel'', [[BigBad Vladislav]] abuses, threatens, hits and kills his lackeys to his heart's content until his underlying Robert Platt gets fed up with being mistreated and stakes him.
2nd Sep '17 5:36:27 PM Bugfragged
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* ''LightNovel/IzureShinwaNoRagnarok'': The main antagonist of the first volume, [[spoiler:Freyja]] used [[spoiler:Brunhild]] as a decoy to fool the other contestants in Ragnarok and later tries to dispose of her minion when she gets placed under a {{Geas}}. Unsurprisingly, the minion cuts off her boss's escape when the latter is on the losing end of a fight with the protagonist.

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* ''LightNovel/IzureShinwaNoRagnarok'': The main antagonist of the first volume, [[spoiler:Freyja]] [[spoiler:Freyja]], used [[spoiler:Brunhild]] as a decoy to fool the other contestants in Ragnarok and later tries to dispose of her minion when she gets placed under a {{Geas}}. Unsurprisingly, the minion cuts off her boss's escape when the latter is on the losing end of a fight with the protagonist.protagonist, who at least protected [[spoiler:Brunhild]] for his own reasons.
2nd Sep '17 5:35:08 PM Bugfragged
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* ''LightNovel/IzureShinwaNoRagnarok'': The main antagonist of the first volume, [[spoiler:Freyja]] used [[spoiler:Brunhild]] as a decoy to fool the other contestants in Ragnarok and later tries to dispose of her minion when she gets placed under a {{Geas}}. Unsurprisingly, the minion cuts off her boss's escape when the latter is on the losing end of a fight with the protagonist.
6th Aug '17 11:15:21 AM AidenCarter
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* ''Webcomic/ProjectRirirbirth'' has an unusual example: Riri Williams goes after Tony in part because he was too '''nice''' to her, not too mean. As Riri sees it, if Tony hadn't overpraised her and convinced her that she was one of the world's strongest heroes, Riri wouldn't have jumped into a fight way above her weight class and gotten the NoHoldsBarredBeatdown that ended her superhero career permanently.

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* ''Webcomic/ProjectRirirbirth'' ''Webcomic/ProjectRiribirth'' has an unusual example: Riri Williams goes after Tony in part because he was too '''nice''' to her, not too mean. As Riri sees it, if Tony hadn't overpraised her and convinced her that she was one of the world's strongest heroes, Riri wouldn't have jumped into a fight way above her weight class and gotten the NoHoldsBarredBeatdown that ended her superhero career permanently.
6th Aug '17 11:14:32 AM AidenCarter
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* ''Webcomic/ProjectRirirbirth'' has an unusual example: Riri Williams goes after Tony in part because he was too '''nice''' to her, not too mean. As Riri sees it, if Tony hadn't overpraised her and convinced her that she was one of the world's strongest heroes, Riri wouldn't have jumped into a fight way above her weight class and gotten the NoHoldsBarredBeatdown that ended her superhero career permanently.
31st Jul '17 7:22:53 AM mkmlp
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* In season fifteen of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' [[spoiler: Doc]] makes a FaceHeelTurn and joins the Blood Gulch Crew's {{evil counterpart}}s, after years of being treated [[ButtMonkey like crap and ignored]] by the rest of the cast. Though it is implied that [[spoiler: Omega's influence]] is at least partially to blame.
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19th Jul '17 1:58:14 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** The ''History and Lore'' videos cites this as Tywin's reason for betraying Aerys, largely due to the King refusing to allow Prince Rhaegar to marry Cersei, thus spurning the man who was running the kingdom for Aerys and insulting a vassal of one of the oldest houses of the kingdom, to say nothing of ordering Jaime into the Kingsguard to block him from being Tywin's heir. Tywin even {{lampshades}} this, stating that if Aerys had been nicer to him and accepted his match, he would have remained loyal to the Crown.
** And then of course there's Tyrion, who despite the impossibility of the thing went far and beyond for the sake of House Lannister in order to please his father... up until Tywin pushes him one time too many, causing Tyrion to snap and leave King's Landing and his family behind... with two fatal crossbow bolts in Tywin's chest.
9th Jul '17 7:20:03 AM Peteman
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* In Machinima/RedVsBlue season 15, [[spoiler: the vast majority of the surviving Sim Troopers pull this on the UNSC for selling them out to Project Freelancer so they could be target practice for their Freelancers, and Doc does this to the Blood Gulch Crew for their crap treatment of him. Only the Blood Gulch Crew doesn't do this, though [[DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife Sarge still defects for other reasons.]]]]
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30th Jun '17 2:36:45 AM Ciabella
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* In ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' Khayman was completely loyal to Akasha and Enkil, no matter how he was treated or how much he disagreed with his orders. What made him finally switch sides, was Akasha forcibly turning him into a vampire just to test her new abilities. Khayman then freed Maharet and Mekare from prison and started a rebellion against his former sovereigns.

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* In ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' Khayman was completely loyal to had MyMasterRightOrWrong attitude towards Akasha and Enkil, no matter how he was treated or how much he disagreed with his orders.Enkil. What made him finally switch sides, was Akasha forcibly turning him into a vampire just to test her new abilities. Khayman then freed Maharet and Mekare from prison and started a rebellion against his former sovereigns.
30th Jun '17 2:29:02 AM Ciabella
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* In ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' Khayman was completely loyal to Akasha and Enkil, no matter how he was treated or how much he disagreed with his orders. What made him finally switch sides, was Akasha forcibly turning him into a vampire just to test her new abilities. Khayman then freed Maharet and Mekare from prison and started a rebellion against his former sovereigns.
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