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22nd May '16 5:41:17 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', the Bloodline King has an emissary he uses to communicate with the outside world on his behalf. Considering the man can [[VillainousTeleportation teleport]], it's no surprise he was chosen for the job.

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* In ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', the Bloodline King has an emissary he uses to communicate with the outside world on his behalf. Considering the man can [[VillainousTeleportation [[VillainTeleportation teleport]], it's no surprise he was chosen for the job.
22nd May '16 5:40:56 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', the Bloodline King has an emissary he uses to communicate with the outside world on his behalf. Considering the man can [[VillainousTeleportation teleport]], it's no surprise he was chosen for the job.
12th May '16 4:46:53 PM xShadowxStarx
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* Metatron also shows up in the ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series, holding its usual role. YHVH does actually speak for himself in some of the earlier games, but starting with ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Nocturne]]'' YHVH stopped taking direct action in the games' plots and now speaks exclusively through Metatron or one of his avatars.

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* Metatron also shows up in the ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series, holding its his usual role. YHVH does actually speak for himself in some of the earlier games, but starting with ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Nocturne]]'' YHVH stopped taking direct action in the games' plots and now speaks exclusively through Metatron or one of his avatars.
30th Apr '16 4:11:21 PM VoxAquila
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* A DeletedScene from ''BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' reveals that [[spoiler: General Steppenwolf has been communicating with ComicBook/LexLuthor, presumably on behalf of ComicBook/{{Darkseid}}, whose coming Lex proclaims.]]
22nd Apr '16 5:12:13 AM PDL
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* Morris from ''VideoGame/StardewValley'' is the manager of the local Joja-Mart, a PredatoryBusiness that wants to drive out local businesses and obtain the resources that Stardew Valley offers. He's the closest thing that this SimulationGame has to an antagonist.
15th Apr '16 12:01:54 PM 20person
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has the Listener of the [[MurderInc Dark Brotherhood]], whose job is to receive contracts through [[EldritchAbomination The Night Mother]] and relays them through the Black Hand.

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has the Listener of the [[MurderInc Dark Brotherhood]], whose job is to receive contracts through [[EldritchAbomination The Night Mother]] and relays them through the Black Hand. Without a Listener, they can't receive any contracts the normal way, which forces them to rely on word-of-mouth to hear if anyone has performed the Black Sacrament (the ritual prayer for an assassination heard by the Night Mother and spoken to the Listener).
15th Apr '16 11:55:21 AM 20person
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', President Eden's [[TheDragon Dragon]], Colonel Autumn, acts as the Enclave's primary spokesperson and commander in the field, since Eden himself is [[spoiler:an AI running on a ZAX supercomputer]].
21st Feb '16 8:57:19 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' has a character like this called "the Other" who greatly resembles the TropeNamer[[note]][[http://i.imgur.com/0XA0x1v.jpg If you recognise Alexis Denisof underneath the makeup and phalanging, you win a star.]][[/note]] and, in the opening scene, facilitates the deal with Loki for an army in exchange for the Tesseract. Midway through, the two of them have a psychic conversation about how much Loki owes their master and how boned he'll be if he can't make good on his word. [[spoiler:TheStinger reveals that he's working for Thanos.]]

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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' has a character like this called "the Other" who greatly resembles the TropeNamer[[note]][[http://i.imgur.com/0XA0x1v.jpg If you recognise Alexis Denisof underneath the makeup and phalanging, you win a star.]][[/note]] and, in the opening scene, facilitates the deal with Loki for an army in exchange for the Tesseract. Midway through, the two of them have a psychic conversation about how much Loki owes their master and how boned he'll be if he can't make good on his word. [[spoiler:TheStinger reveals that he's working for Thanos.]]
4th Dec '15 6:58:09 AM Kombucha
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While many examples and the TropeNamer are villainous, this is not necessarily an "evil-only" trope: any heroic MysteriousEmployer is likely to have one, and this is frequently the role played by the ArchangelGabriel (or, as shown by the page quote and plenty of examples here, The Metatron) regarding [[{{God}} the big guy himself]].

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While many examples and the TropeNamer are villainous, this is not necessarily an "evil-only" trope: any heroic MysteriousEmployer is likely to have one, and this is frequently the role played by the ArchangelGabriel (or, as shown by the page quote and plenty of examples here, The Metatron) regarding [[{{God}} the big guy himself]].
17th Oct '15 12:48:52 AM NemoSpecific
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'', the main characters are technically criminals and mercenaries-for-hire, and most people who hire shadowrunners want to avoid publicly associating with them. Hence came the system of the "Mr. Johnson", a MysteriousEmployer responsible for directly contacting, hiring and paying the shadowrunners without their bosses getting anywhere near them. In some rare cases the Johnson is the employer directly, bust mostly they are just representing whoever wants the job done.

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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'', the main characters are technically criminals and mercenaries-for-hire, and most people who hire shadowrunners want to avoid publicly associating with them. Hence came the system of the "Mr. Johnson", a MysteriousEmployer responsible for directly contacting, hiring and paying the shadowrunners without their bosses getting anywhere near them. In some rare cases the Johnson is the employer directly, bust but mostly they are just representing whoever wants the job done.
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