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17th Jan '18 4:40:05 AM Cryoclaste
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* Bonnie in ''TheVampireDiaries'', her prejudice toward vampires made it that much easier for [[spoiler:Esther to sleepwalk her into feeding Alaric to complete his transformation into a vampire meant to destroy all vampires.]]

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* Bonnie in ''TheVampireDiaries'', ''Series/TheVampireDiarie'', her prejudice toward vampires made it that much easier for [[spoiler:Esther to sleepwalk her into feeding Alaric to complete his transformation into a vampire meant to destroy all vampires.]]
13th Jan '18 2:52:52 PM FlashRebel
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** It's revealed during the course of the main story that [[spoiler: although Xykon has the official BigBad role, Redcloak is subtly manipulating him [[DragonWithAnAgenda to advance his own plan]].]]
9th Jan '18 9:03:08 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''Series/{{Angel}}'': According to [[AmoralAttorney Lilah Morgan]], this is how Billy Blim's HatePlague works. In her words, ''all'' men are secretly {{Straw Misogynist}}s just like Billy deep down; Billy's powers just remove their inhibitions.
27th Dec '17 2:49:43 PM Wyldchyld
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* In ''{{Webcomic/Erfworld}}'', Wanda Firebaugh -- the [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color-coded]] EvilOverlord's [[TheDragon Croakamancer]] -- uses a suggestion spell and torture (with definite [[LesYay lesbian]] [[FetishFuel BDSM]] overtones) to manipulate Jillian Zamussels, an enemy mercenary leader. [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0045.html It is, indeed, complex.]]

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* In ''{{Webcomic/Erfworld}}'', Wanda Firebaugh -- the [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color-coded]] EvilOverlord's [[TheDragon Croakamancer]] -- uses a suggestion spell and torture (with definite [[LesYay lesbian]] [[FetishFuel BDSM]] BDSM overtones) to manipulate Jillian Zamussels, an enemy mercenary leader. [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0045.html It is, indeed, complex.]]
22nd Dec '17 10:59:06 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Ares tells Diana that although he wants [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans destroy humanity because they are too corrupt to inhabit the earth,]] he doesn't need to kill them himself. All he has to do is give humanity an inspiration to create a new weapon, or give their leaders an excuse to fight, and they willingly go into a destructive war with one another, and not stop until it ends.

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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Ares tells Diana that although he wants [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans destroy humanity because they are too corrupt to inhabit the earth,]] earth]], he doesn't need to kill them himself. All he has to do is give humanity an inspiration to create a new weapon, or give their leaders an excuse to fight, and they willingly go into a destructive war with one another, and not stop until it ends.



* {{Theatre/Othello}}: Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.

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* {{Theatre/Othello}}: Theatre/{{Othello}}: Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.
22nd Dec '17 10:53:09 AM PrincessLulu6
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* Theatre/Othello: Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.

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* Theatre/Othello: {{Theatre/Othello}}: Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.
22nd Dec '17 10:50:24 AM PrincessLulu6
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* Theatre/Othello. Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.

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* Theatre/Othello. Theatre/Othello: Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.
22nd Dec '17 10:48:01 AM PrincessLulu6
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* Othello. Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.

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* Othello.Theatre/Othello. Iago uses lies and deception to convince Othello that Desdemona is an unfaithful harlot, and drive him to kill her. There are no magic spells, no potions, just a malevolent trickster (or perhaps a [[{{Yandere}} jealous admirer]]) who is very good at spinning reality, playing the part of a concerned friend.
8th Dec '17 8:42:55 AM V1nd1ctus
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* Izuru Kamukura from ''SuperDanganRonpa2''. Once a teenager named [[spoiler:Hajime Hinata]], he [[spoiler:decided to help Hope's Peak, not knowing it would be a surgery that would [[{{AmnesiacDissonance}} wipe his memory and personality]] for the sake of talent.]]
** It's heavily implied that the mastermind took his resentment and despair to turn him to her side, manipulating him to extremes.

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* Izuru Kamukura from ''SuperDanganRonpa2''.''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2''. Once a teenager named [[spoiler:Hajime Hinata]], he [[spoiler:decided to help Hope's Peak, not knowing it would be a surgery that would [[{{AmnesiacDissonance}} wipe his memory and personality]] for the sake of talent.]]
]] In ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' it is revealed that he did this to join his Ultimate Gamer friend Chiaki Nanami and her class and feel equal to her.
** It's heavily implied that the mastermind took his resentment and despair to turn him to her side, manipulating him to extremes.
***This is then proved wrong later in the series (but chronologically earlier) as in ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' it is shown that Izuru Kamakura almost never down right helped the mastermind but was more of an observer and his real reason for not stoping them was because he was interested in what would be more unpredictable and win in the end; hope or despair?
6th Dec '17 3:48:29 PM Benthelame
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*''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' is heavily implied to have an example in the form of Queen Eclipsa. Having [[spoiler: been released from her CrystalPrison following Toffee's death.]] She does little more than hang around the castle garden and feed birds but after Star has the slightest interaction with her, Queen Moon expresses great alarm and even considers going back on her promise stating that while Eclipsa may seem extremely convincing, she can get into your mind and "make you do things you don't want to do." She adds that if Star waits to find out the truth for herself, It'll be too late. Add in the fact that Star has been relying more and more on advice given by Eclipsa and it's pretty hard to deny.
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