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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.
18th Mar '17 7:17:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}'': Snargan, a green skeith serving as the treasurer of King Skarl of Meridell, always uses Meridell's treasure to gamble in Double Or Nothing to try to win money from players for his own.

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* ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}'': ''Website/{{Neopets}}'': Snargan, a green skeith serving as the treasurer of King Skarl of Meridell, always uses Meridell's treasure to gamble in Double Or Nothing to try to win money from players for his own.
18th Mar '17 1:28:15 AM markband
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3rd Mar '17 9:08:28 AM Nat567
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* Villainous versions of BeneathTheMask (especially seemingly nice characters).
2nd Mar '17 8:53:54 AM Nat567
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* Blake Dexter from ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' is a cruel, sadistic dealer, who gambles with peoples lives in hopes of scoring big money. He is in many ways, the opposite of Agent 47 for he hides behind his goons letting them half-heartedly die for him, while he enjoys luxury like a despicable coward. When 47 does catch up with him however, the pay-off is well deserved.
1st Mar '17 1:34:02 PM BurgerLord
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* A good amount of CardCarryingVillains, when not ChaoticEvil.

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* A good amount of CardCarryingVillains, {{Card Carrying Villain}}s, when not ChaoticEvil.
1st Mar '17 1:33:28 PM BurgerLord
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* A good amount of CardCarryingVillains, when not ChaoticEvil.



* ConMan: Those who aren't ChaoticEvil

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* ConMan: Those who aren't ChaoticEvilChaoticEvil (Or, at their most sympathetic, ChaoticNeutral)
23rd Feb '17 10:47:02 PM marston
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* The Melee Fight Crew from ''Manga/SchoolLive!'' could be considered this as a whole, but they're leader Takahito Tougo in particular especially fits this trope. He may act like he has his own group's best interests at heart, but in the end he's only looking after himself and will do ''anything'' to achieve his goal of self-preservation, anyone else be damned. Whether it's killing most of his own group in order to preserve food rations, attacking a friendly group of College and Highschool students because he suspects them of plotting against him, or [[spoiler: attracting a bunch of zombies inside the University in the hopes that they'll bite one of his enemies so he can snatch a Cure from them when he's infected]], he ''will'' commit any atrocity as long as it benefits himself.

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* The Melee Fight Crew Takahito Tougo from ''Manga/SchoolLive!'' could be considered this as a whole, but they're leader Takahito Tougo in particular especially fits sqaurely falls into this trope. He may act like he has his own group's best interests at heart, and he pretends to be {{Lawful Evil}} with his brutal strict rules and how he claims to have been "Chosen" to lead, but in the end he's only looking after himself and will do ''anything'' to achieve his goal of self-preservation, anyone else be damned. Whether it's killing most of his own group in order to preserve food rations, attacking a friendly group of College and Highschool students because he suspects them of plotting against him, or [[spoiler: attracting a bunch of zombies inside the University in the hopes that they'll bite one of his enemies so he can snatch a Cure from them when he's infected]], he ''will'' commit any atrocity as long as it benefits himself.
23rd Feb '17 10:44:08 PM marston
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*The Melee Fight Crew from ''Manga/SchoolLive!'' could be considered this as a whole, but they're leader Takahito Tougo in particular especially fits this trope. He may act like he has his own group's best interests at heart, but in the end he's only looking after himself and will do ''anything'' to achieve his goal of self-preservation, anyone else be damned. Whether it's killing most of his own group in order to preserve food rations, attacking a friendly group of College and Highschool students because he suspects them of plotting against him, or [[spoiler: attracting a bunch of zombies inside the University in the hopes that they'll bite one of his enemies so he can snatch a Cure from them when he's infected]], he ''will'' commit any atrocity as long as it benefits himself.
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