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23rd May '17 11:53:03 AM kazokuhouou
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* Angelique of ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' is mainly motivated by a desire to spite Kevin, even going so far as to take ownership of and try to liquidate his business to do so. Her status is even remarked upon in one crossword puzzle. Vin is similarly motivated by jealousy toward Rudy, although he eventually puts it behind him.

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* In one ''VideoGame/KevinAndKell'' R.L. is classified by the cartoonist as Neutral Evil. While he's certainly a CorruptCorporateExecutive, he still at least attempts to follow the law. The problem is that his wife Angelique of ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' is mainly motivated by a desire to spite Kevin, even going so far as to take ownership of ChaoticEvil and try to liquidate his business to do so. Her status is even remarked upon in one crossword puzzle. Vin is similarly motivated by jealousy toward Rudy, although he eventually puts it behind him.spurs him into more overt acts of sabotage against Kell.
19th May '17 12:47:51 AM infernape612
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* [[spoiler:General Shepherd]] from ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare2'' instigated a US-Russian war which could quite possibly lead to WorldWarIII, all in the name of [[WellIntentionedExtremist reawakening America's military might]] after it went very gun-shy when 30,000 Marines were nuked in the first game. He does have a ''slight'' justification; those 30,000 Marines were all commanded by him, leading him to cross the DespairEventHorizon when they got nuked.

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* [[spoiler:General Shepherd]] from ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare2'' ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare 2'' instigated a US-Russian war which could quite possibly lead to WorldWarIII, all in the name of [[WellIntentionedExtremist reawakening America's military might]] after it went very gun-shy when 30,000 Marines were nuked in the first game. He does have a ''slight'' justification; those 30,000 Marines were all commanded by him, leading him to cross the DespairEventHorizon when they got nuked.



* [[spoiler:Adachi]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', who you learn later on is responsible for starting the entire mess in Inaba ForTheEvulz. [[spoiler:While he is a police officer, he states that the only reason he became a cop was so he could legally carry a gun.]]

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* [[spoiler:Adachi]] [[spoiler:Tohru Adachi]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', who you learn later on is responsible for starting the entire mess in Inaba ForTheEvulz. [[spoiler:While he is a police officer, he states that the only reason he became a cop was so he could legally carry a gun.]] After you beat the living daylights out of him, he sort-of pulls a HeelFaceTurn and slides up to TrueNeutral.
* Dagda ends up here in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse''. He is weary of the ForeverWar between the LawfulEvil angels and the ChaoticEvil demons, with humans always getting caught in the middle. What is his solution to this problem? [[spoiler:Destroy the universe and kill everyone in it, then make a new one where humans are free from outside influences.
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* Makarov of ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare2''. "[He's] Fighting his own war, and he has no rules. No boundaries. He doesn't flinch at torture, human trafficking, or genocide. He's not loyal to a flag or a country or any set of ideals. He trades blood for money."



* One could argue that [[TokenEvilTeammate Reaper]] from {{VideoGame/Overwatch}} belongs here or ChaoticEvil. His personality isn't the most heroic, in fact he's downright malicious in the [[StealthPun wrong hands]]. However with the introduction of Roadhog and Junkrat, Reaper can be considered closer towards this alignment after all.

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* One could argue that [[TokenEvilTeammate Reaper]] from {{VideoGame/Overwatch}} ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' belongs here or ChaoticEvil. His personality isn't the most heroic, in fact he's downright malicious in the [[StealthPun wrong hands]]. However with the introduction of Roadhog and Junkrat, Reaper can be considered closer towards this alignment after all.
20th Apr '17 10:54:21 AM BurgerLord
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* Many {{Card Carrying Villain}}s


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* Rather vicious versions of {{the hedonist}}, when not ChaoticEvil.
16th Apr '17 2:20:18 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': For quite a while, Roman Torchwick served as the series BigBad along with the rest of the White Fang. His involvement with petty crimes and general meddling soon escalated to much serious offences. After his much deserved demise, no other character could fit in this alignment, that is...until now. [[EvilOverlord Salem]], Cinder's boss and GreaterScopeVillain soon filled the role. From what we know, she is the only character the feral grimm obey without question. She is soo driven towards power, that Cinder herself gets nervous from it.
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4th Apr '17 4:48:13 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Gripper Stebson from ''Grange Hill''

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* %%* Gripper Stebson from ''Grange Hill''



** Mr Burns as well isn't the nicest of characters either, however unlike the two examples above he is the most prominent antagonist. Burns is icy cold and hilariously wicked at times, perhaps his best running joke is his failure to remember Homer's name. At times, Mr Burns is a villain [[LoveToHate you just love to hate]] for his rich, egocentric lifestyle made him pitifully weak health-wise. His age is a mystery, but on numerous occasions its speculated that Burns is ancient, with a tendency to revert into his old ways which are far left behind.
30th Mar '17 2:15:30 AM wembley
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** Gripper Stebson from ''Grange Hill''


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* Gripper Stebson from ''Grange Hill''
30th Mar '17 2:13:50 AM wembley
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** Gripper Stebson from ''Grange Hill''
26th Mar '17 1:27:44 PM VVK
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* One of the enemies of ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' is a worldwide criminal organisation called the Vultures that keeps an eye on catastrophes and the like and shows up to rob the helpless victims. It doesn't even pretend to have a motivation or justification beyond easy gain at the expense of the weak.

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* One of the enemies of ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' ComicStrip/ThePhantom is a worldwide criminal organisation called the Vultures that keeps an eye on catastrophes and the like and shows up to rob the helpless victims. It doesn't even pretend to have a motivation or justification beyond easy gain at the expense of the weak.
24th Mar '17 6:11:59 PM Nat567
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** Mr Burns as well isn't the nicest of characters either, however unlike the two examples above he is the most prominent antagonist. Burns is icy cold and hilariously wicked at times, perhaps his best running joke is his failure to remember Homer's name. At times, Mr Burns is a villain [[LoveToHate you just love to hate]] for his rich, egocentric lifestyle made him pitifully weak health-wise. His age is a mystery, but on numerous occasions its speculated that Burns is ancient, with a tendency to revert into his old ways which are far left behind.
21st Mar '17 1:38:52 PM Nat567
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* Judas Iscariot from ''Literature/TheBible'' placed himself into this alignment. It is written that, Judas was among Jesus's twelve original disciples. However he betrayed Jesus to the Romans, yet had the decency to hang himself after. Though it's clear he's a villain, some believe (such as Gnosticism) what he did brought about humanity's salvation.
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