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19th Jan '17 2:46:58 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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** Many a ManChild ([[DistaffCounterpart and Woman Child]]) love to play this trope when they become a parent. They can act [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]] [[AbusiveParents or straight-up abusive]] and somehow justify it with InsaneTrollLogic that invariably leads to the trope. There are also those whose ManChild parent is a PsychopathicManchild and uses their mental illness or a FreudianExcuse to justify their bad behavior, as well as the parent is a [[JealousParent Jealous]] ManChild who [[ItsAllAboutMe thinks they deserve as much attention as their child.]] Said parents also won't be ashamed to [[ShamelessSelfPromoter ride on their child's successes,]] [[SmallNameBigEgo even if they had no input in said successes.]]
19th Jan '17 2:16:48 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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** Some players will even take this UpToEleven and [[KickTheDog blame a player who joined just as the round ended.]] And god help them if their entire team decides to make them TheScapegoat, or [[{{Hypocrite}} everyone on their team was screwing around for the majority of the match]] [[UnwinnableByInsanity and decided to wait until the literal last couple of minutes to get serious.]]

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** Some players will even take this UpToEleven and [[KickTheDog blame a player who joined just as the round ended.]] And god help them if their entire team decides to make them TheScapegoat, or [[{{Hypocrite}} while everyone on their team was screwing around for the majority of the match]] [[UnwinnableByInsanity and decided to wait until the literal last couple of minutes to get serious.]]
19th Jan '17 2:14:55 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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** Some players will even take this UpToEleven and [[KickTheDog blame a player who joined just as the round ended.]] And god help them if their entire team decides to pull this on them.

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** Some players will even take this UpToEleven and [[KickTheDog blame a player who joined just as the round ended.]] And god help them if their entire team decides to pull this make them TheScapegoat, or [[{{Hypocrite}} everyone on them.their team was screwing around for the majority of the match]] [[UnwinnableByInsanity and decided to wait until the literal last couple of minutes to get serious.]]
19th Jan '17 2:09:59 PM Eon-the-Dragon
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* In ''Videogame/LeagueOfLegends'', "Videogame/DefenseOfTheAncients" and every multiplayer game, even "Videogame/CallOfDuty", it is common that a player will [[{{GIFT}} yell at his teammates in a losing game, then proceed to say that he is the only competent person on said team.]], even if he is doing the worst and/or hardly contributes and judges solely on his KDA ratio.

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* In ''Videogame/LeagueOfLegends'', "Videogame/DefenseOfTheAncients" and every multiplayer game, even "Videogame/CallOfDuty", it is common that a player will [[{{GIFT}} yell at his teammates in a losing game, then proceed to say that he is the only competent person on said team.]], team]], even if he is doing the worst and/or hardly contributes and judges solely on his KDA ratio.ratio.
** Some players will even take this UpToEleven and [[KickTheDog blame a player who joined just as the round ended.]] And god help them if their entire team decides to pull this on them.
19th Jan '17 2:32:34 AM ShorinBJ
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** On a personal level, the Solarian Battle Fleet Admiral who started this conflict, Josef Byng, is shown in his own thoughts trying to justify to himself his panicked destruction of three Manticoran ships that were not threat to him while also trying to figure out how to pin the blame elsewhere.

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** On a personal level, the Solarian Battle Fleet Admiral who started this conflict, Josef Byng, is shown in his own thoughts trying to justify to himself his panicked destruction of three Manticoran ships that were not no threat to him while also trying to figure out how to pin the blame elsewhere.
7th Jan '17 12:01:23 PM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFantasticFour1967'': Victor Von Doom blames Reed Richards for the accident that ruined his face. Everything Reed did in this case was warning Doom about some miscalculations and Doom decided to ignore the warning.
5th Jan '17 10:29:53 PM CountDorku
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* Excessively Righteous Blossom in ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' has a fairly simple flowchart. Did something he was involved with go well? Clearly it was due to [[IgnorantOfTheirOwnIgnorance his brilliance at everything]]. Did it go poorly? It was ''clearly'' all the fault of his underlings, or jealous rivals, or something.
29th Dec '16 11:01:00 PM OrionPax09
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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': From her first episode onward, Asuka always blames Shinji when missions and training go wrong, whether it's ''her'' mistake or completely beyond anyone's control. For variety, she also rips into him for apologizing for something he had no control over.
* Throughout ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion 3.0'', Misato is openly hostile towards Shinji for his role in bringing about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, while failing to acknowledge that ''she'' was the one who urged him on in the first place.
28th Dec '16 12:13:04 PM kquinn0830
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** Ross has shades of this himself, like when he smoked weed and blamed it on Chandler (and when his parents found out claimed he was 'tricked into it'). A major reason their relationship kept failing was they ''both'' refused to take responsibility for anything and blamed the other--his very insistence about them being "on a break", essentially tries to absolve himself of any role in the break-up, even though he'd been acting like a jerk for weeks beforehand and did something that while perhaps not outright infidelity, was certainly not something to expect Rachel to instantly get over. This probably stems from the fact that they were both extremely spoiled as children. In the series finale, they both sort of acknowledge this and resolve to stop being stupid.

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** Ross has shades of this himself, like when he smoked weed and blamed it on Chandler (and when his parents found out claimed he was 'tricked into it'). A major reason their relationship kept failing was they ''both'' refused to take responsibility for anything and blamed the other--his very insistence about them being "on a break", essentially tries to absolve himself of any role in the break-up, even though he'd been acting like a jerk for weeks beforehand and did something that while perhaps not outright infidelity, was certainly not something to expect Rachel to instantly get over. Chandler points out that even if Ross did think Rachel broke up with him, he still slept with the copy girl mere hours after the fact. This probably stems from the fact that they were both extremely spoiled as children. In the series finale, they both sort of acknowledge this and resolve to stop being stupid.
27th Dec '16 12:02:30 AM Tron80
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' enemy Worldkiller-1 (essentially an alien, body-surfing abomination) whom Supergirl fought during the storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' blames Supergirl for everything he does. He flies in a city, destroys buildings and kills innocent people? It's all Supergirl's fault because she doesn't let him take over her body and erase her mind.

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Worldkiller-1 (essentially an alien, body-surfing abomination) whom Supergirl fought during the storyline ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' blames Supergirl for everything he does. He flies in a city, destroys buildings and kills innocent people? It's all Supergirl's fault because she doesn't let him take over her body and erase her mind.mind.
** In ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', Darkseid appears to disintegrate Supergirl, and blames Superman for it. What did Superman do? Having the gall to rescue his cousin when Darkseid kidnapped her and brainwashed her.
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