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16th Sep '17 10:47:46 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Solidus Snake of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' counts as well: he knows his and Dead Cell's actions are wrong and likely being manipulated by outside forces, but it's what he feels must be done to free America from the Patriots. Ironically, this makes the player character an agent of the [[BiggerBad Bigger Bad]].

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** Solidus Snake of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' counts as well: he knows his and Dead Cell's actions are wrong and likely being manipulated by outside forces, but it's what he feels must be done to free America from the Patriots. Ironically, this makes the player character an agent of the [[BiggerBad Bigger Bad]].GreaterScopeVillain.
25th Aug '17 9:15:16 AM PistolsAtDawn
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* This is how Vriska sees herself in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. She justifies her constant abuse and even sacrificing her teammates as being "for the greater good". Sometimes it seems she actually is right, but most of the time her "helpfulness" is ambiguous at best.
21st Aug '17 7:35:22 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Literature/{{Neogicia}}'': Nox Lucans, the PsychoSidekick to one of the setting's rulers, considers a lot of his actions to be this they are called evil by allies that have been hurt by them.

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* ''Literature/{{Neogicia}}'': Nox Lucans, the PsychoSidekick to one of the setting's rulers, considers a lot of his actions to be this this, as they are have been called evil by allies that have been hurt by them.
14th Aug '17 2:22:39 PM Inertiatic
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** Solidus Snake of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' counts as well: he knows his and Dead Cell's actions are wrong and likely being manipulated by outside forces, but it's what he feels must be done to free America from the Patriots. Ironically, this makes the player character an agent of the [[BiggerBad Bigger Bad]].
13th Aug '17 3:15:06 PM Bugfragged
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* In ''LightNovel/IzureShinwaNoRagnarok'', the organization, Eucharista, had to create a battlefield for the warring gods and provide them with suitable human hosts in order to limit their destruction to a tiny island.
7th Aug '17 10:00:42 PM LovePsychothefirst
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* The true BigBad of ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'' believes that the Score is harmful to humanity and wants it gone. [[spoiler:To this end he wants to destroy the entire world and replace all of it with a perfect replica, due to replicas being ImmuneToFate.]] At least one member of the QuirkyMinibossSquad wants the same thing and follows the BigBad because of it.

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* The true BigBad of ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'' believes that the Score is harmful to humanity and wants it gone. [[spoiler:To this end he wants to destroy the entire world and replace all of it with a perfect replica, due to replicas being ImmuneToFate.]] At least one member of the QuirkyMinibossSquad wants the same thing and follows the BigBad because of it. [[{{Irony}} Ironically]] his actions as the BigBad forces the main party to save the world from the Score.
7th Aug '17 9:58:31 PM LovePsychothefirst
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** ''TheHero himself'' [[DeadpanSnaker Yuri]] [[BadassNormal Lowell]] views [[spoiler: his acts of vigilante killing of some reprehensible people]] as this. He comes around before the climax against the BigBad after seeing just how far this could take him. [[spoiler: This is half the reason he's able to convince Duke to trust in them and talk him out of destroying the world; he's able to empathize with his viewpoint.]]

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** ''TheHero himself'' [[DeadpanSnaker [[DeadpanSnarker Yuri]] [[BadassNormal Lowell]] views [[spoiler: his acts of vigilante killing of some reprehensible people]] as this. He comes around before the climax against the BigBad after seeing just how far this could take him. [[spoiler: This is half the reason he's able to convince Duke to trust in them and talk him out of destroying the world; he's able to empathize with his viewpoint.]]
7th Aug '17 9:57:31 PM LovePsychothefirst
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** ''TheHero himself'' [[DeadpanSnaker Yuri]] [[BadassNormal Lowell]] views [[spoiler: his acts of vigilante killing of some reprehensible people]] as this. He comes around before the climax against the BigBad after seeing just how far this could take him. [[spoiler: This is half the reason he's able to convince Duke to trust in them and talk him out of destroying the world; he's able to empathize with his viewpoint.]]
12th Jul '17 4:10:27 PM SilentStranger
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** Hell, even the fucking ''Punisher'' won't take a run at the Kingpin, which says a lot. It's not that Frank doesn't want Fisk dead, he just knows that he's already got his hands full and taking down Fisk is going to increase his workload exponentially. (In the mainstream Marvel universe, anyway. There is no Kingpin in the Max Universe.)

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** Hell, even the fucking ''Punisher'' won't take a run at the Kingpin, which says a lot. It's not that Frank doesn't want Fisk dead, he just knows that he's already got his hands full and taking down Fisk is going to increase his workload exponentially. (In the mainstream Marvel universe, anyway. There is no Kingpin in In the Max Universe.MAX universe, there originally was no Kingpin, the title being an urban legend based on the old "Boss of Bosses" position from the 1920's. Wilson Fisk was introduced as the bodyguard of Don Rigoletto who suggested they install Fisk as a figurehead to draw the Punisher into the open, only for Fisk to perform a coup and rule New York's underworld...for a few weeks, most of which he spent hiding away in his own tower out of fear of the Punisher getting him. The whole thing finally ended in a MutualKill between the two.)
29th Jun '17 3:33:32 PM Taskmaster123
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** Hell, even the fucking ''Punisher'' won't take a run at the Kingpin, which says a lot. It's not that Frank doesn't want Fisk dead, he just knows that he's already got his hands full and taking down Fisk is going to increase his workload exponentially. (In the mainstream Marvel universe, anyway. There is no Kingpin in the Max Universe.)
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