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21st May '16 11:40:01 PM Ramona122003
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** King Piccolo is furious that Goku has killed his minions/children and personally confronts him over it, and yet, he himself was indirectly responsible for the death of Goku's best friend Krillin, as well as countless other innocents.

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** King Piccolo is furious that Goku has killed his minions/children and personally confronts him over it, and yet, he himself was indirectly responsible for the death of Goku's best friend Krillin, as well as countless other innocents.


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** Baby from ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' wants revenge against the Saiyans for killing all the Truffles. To achieve that end, he enslaves everyone on Earth, a race that had absolutely ''nothing'' to do with the Saiyans/Truffle conflict, and attacks Goku and his family who were born long after the war. When Pan points out that the Saiyans who murdered his race are long dead, Baby says that he didn't care.
21st May '16 6:00:59 PM SkyHavenPath13
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** The Tau are a [[ZigZagged]] case: while they think other species can be callous and/or barbaric, they generally try to use diplomacy or political maneuvering before they resort to a military conquest of a planet; and even then they take pains to try to integrate the local population of a species, and will resort to trying to exterminating them only if they have been judged as being incompatible with [[TheNeedsOfTheMany the Greater Good]]. This is in contrast to humans, Orks, Tyranids, and some Necron dynasties who will happily conquer a world upon first contact and try to exterminate the local alien species as soon as look at them. Tau society, rather deliberately, scales on how idealistic is looks [[DependingOnTheAuthor depending on the perspective its seen from]]. From the side sympathetic to the Tau, they have one highest standards of living in the galaxy and it's about as idealistic as the Tau are. Opposite is that the Tau hierarchy is [[BrainwashingForTheGreaterGood secretly manipulative]], and their society is oppressive and incredibly Orwellian, and will resort to "reeducation", genocide, and using conquest as a first option if it suits their purposes. Given how a Tau society and how they interact with their neighbors, planet to planet, can be pretty diverse, and these two opinions aren't mutually exclusive.

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** The Tau are a [[ZigZagged]] an [[ZigZagged interesting]] case: while they think other species can be callous and/or barbaric, they generally try to use diplomacy or political maneuvering before they resort to a military conquest of a planet; and even then they take pains to try to integrate the local population of a species, and will resort to trying to exterminating them only if they have been judged as being incompatible with [[TheNeedsOfTheMany the Greater Good]]. This is in contrast to humans, Orks, Tyranids, and some Necron dynasties who will happily conquer a world upon first contact and try to exterminate the local alien species as soon as look at them. Tau society, rather deliberately, scales on how idealistic is looks [[DependingOnTheAuthor depending on the perspective its seen from]]. From the side sympathetic to the Tau, they have one highest standards of living in the galaxy and it's about as idealistic as the Tau are. Opposite is that the Tau hierarchy is [[BrainwashingForTheGreaterGood secretly manipulative]], and their society is oppressive and incredibly Orwellian, and will resort to "reeducation", genocide, and using conquest as a first option if it suits their purposes. Given how a Tau society and how they interact with their neighbors, planet to planet, can be pretty diverse, and these two opinions aren't mutually exclusive.
18th May '16 6:46:03 PM CountDorku
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* In the "Old Wounds" comic for ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'', [[spoiler:the Classic team Heavy]] is infuriated that the mercs killed some of his teammates [[spoiler:namely the Classic Pyro, Spy, and Demoman]], and hopes that most of the modern team suffers. He himself had no qualms with gunning down one of ''their'' teammates, then having a second tortured.
17th May '16 1:32:27 AM ArtieBird
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* ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'': "''You killed all of my boys.''" (Several of whom were [[spoiler:preparing to rape Jim's girlfriend Selena and the other female in the party, a 14-year-old girl, which was disturbing even by West's standards]].)

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* ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'': "''You killed all of my boys.''" (Several of whom had [[spoiler:been involved in an attempt to kill Jim and were [[spoiler:preparing preparing to rape Jim's his girlfriend Selena and the other female in the party, a 14-year-old girl, which was disturbing even by West's standards]].)
5th May '16 6:21:21 PM Rolling68Q
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** In the Water 7 saga, the Foxy Pirates challenge the Straw Hat crew to a best 2 out of 3 Davy Back Fight, where pirate crews bet their own members in competitive games. After the Straw Hat crew won the second round, it was time for them to choose a member from the Foxy crew. Because the third round is a fight between captains, Nami suggests choosing to take Captain Foxy so that they would win the third round by default. The Foxy Pirates then begin to yell and jeer at her for such a dirty tactic, never-mind the fact that they have been blatantly cheating throughout the competition, something Robin was quick to point out.

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** In the Water 7 saga, the Foxy Pirates challenge the Straw Hat crew to a best 2 out of 3 Davy Back Fight, where pirate crews bet their own members in competitive games. After the Straw Hat crew won the second round, it was time for them to choose a member from the Foxy crew. Because the third round is a fight between captains, Nami suggests choosing to take Captain Foxy so that they would win the third round by default. The Foxy Pirates then begin to yell and jeer at her for such a dirty tactic, never-mind the fact that they have been blatantly cheating throughout the competition, something Robin was quick to point out.
5th May '16 6:20:20 PM Rolling68Q
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** In the Water 7 saga, the Foxy Pirates challenge the Straw Hat crew to a best 2 out of 3 Davy Back Fight, where pirate crews bet their own members in competitive games. After the Straw Hat crew won the second round, it was time for the Straw Hats to choose who from the Foxy crew they would take for themselves. Because the third round is a fight between captains, Nami suggests choosing to take Captain Foxy so that the Straw Hat Pirates would win the third round by default. The Foxy Pirates then begin to yell and jeer at her for such a dirty tactic, never-mind the fact that they have been blatantly cheating throughout the competition, a fact that Robin was quick to point out.

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** In the Water 7 saga, the Foxy Pirates challenge the Straw Hat crew to a best 2 out of 3 Davy Back Fight, where pirate crews bet their own members in competitive games. After the Straw Hat crew won the second round, it was time for the Straw Hats them to choose who a member from the Foxy crew they would take for themselves. crew. Because the third round is a fight between captains, Nami suggests choosing to take Captain Foxy so that the Straw Hat Pirates they would win the third round by default. The Foxy Pirates then begin to yell and jeer at her for such a dirty tactic, never-mind the fact that they have been blatantly cheating throughout the competition, a fact that something Robin was quick to point out.
5th May '16 6:18:09 PM Rolling68Q
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** In the Water 7 saga, the Foxy Pirates challenge the Straw Hat crew to a best 2 out of 3 Davy Back Fight, where pirate crews bet their own members in competitive games. After the Straw Hat crew won the second round, it was time for the Straw Hats to choose who from the Foxy crew they would take for themselves. Because the third round is a fight between captains, Nami suggests choosing to take Captain Foxy so that the Straw Hat Pirates would win the third round by default. The Foxy Pirates then begin to yell and jeer at her for such a dirty tactic, never-mind the fact that they have been blatantly cheating throughout the competition, a fact that Robin was quick to point out.
1st May '16 10:51:29 PM thatmadork
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the Brotherhood of Steel are a military dictatorship who impose themselves on a population of destitute wastelanders by virtue of their armies of Knights in PoweredArmor, fleets of Vertibirds, and their CoolAirship. Their stated goal is to procure technology to prevent it from being misused. See the hypocrisy yet?
29th Apr '16 1:54:13 AM TARINunit9
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** In the sequel, they try to sacrifice a number of Imperial planets (with trillions of inhabitants) to the Tyranids to protect their own Craftworld (an artificial space habitat). When you are stopping them, they will yell at you for being a stupid idiot. After all, what is a dozen human worlds in comparison with just one Eldar Craftworld? [[FantasticRacism This is very common behaviour for Eldar]], and indeed just about every faction in the source material.

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** In the sequel, they try to sacrifice a number of Imperial planets (with trillions of inhabitants) to the Tyranids to protect their own Craftworld (an artificial space habitat). When you are stopping them, they will yell at you for being a stupid idiot. After all, what is a dozen human worlds in comparison with just one Eldar Craftworld? [[FantasticRacism This is very common behaviour behavior for Eldar]], and indeed Eldar]] (and, for the record, [[EvilVersusEvil humans as well]]), but it gets even more ridiculous. See, the humans plan to kill the Tyranids with a virulent bio-weapon after they cull the advancing hordes to draw out the hive ships; the Eldar plan to just about every faction in stall the source material.Tyranids for a couple of years and most likely ''die to the 'nids anyway''.
25th Apr '16 4:49:24 AM Vir
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** In ''Ponyville Confidential'', most of the ponies view Gabby Gums' column as harmless, gossipy fun - until, of course, it's ''their'' secrets being blabbed all over town. Rarity is the most notable example.

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** In ''Ponyville Confidential'', "Ponyville Confidential", most of the ponies view Gabby Gums' column as harmless, gossipy fun - until, of course, it's ''their'' secrets being blabbed all over town. Rarity is the most notable example.
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