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31st May '17 2:20:48 PM appealus
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* Stanton Parrish of ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' intends to create a perfect world for Alphas, free of the hatred and discrimination that they faced from humans. However, he concludes that the actions he nust take to do so (namely, killing off the human population) make him unfit to lead that world, so he decides to leave it to Dr. Rosen instead.

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* Stanton Parrish of ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' intends to create a perfect world for Alphas, free of the hatred and discrimination that they faced from humans. However, he concludes that the actions he nust must take to do so (namely, killing off the human population) make him unfit to lead that world, so he decides to leave it to Dr. Rosen instead.
20th May '17 5:25:50 PM nombretomado
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* Although not a villain, Bahzell's father Bahnak in the [[TheWarGods WarGod]] series is one of these. He's unique among his race, a largely barbaric people, for enforcing order, building infrastructure, educating his people, and generally trying to bring them up to the point where they can live in the civilized world again. Bahzell ruminates that although Bahnak is doing his best to unite his people and restore peace, he himself is such an ambitious warrior at heart that he could never be happy in the very world he seeks to create for his people.

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* Although not a villain, Bahzell's father Bahnak in the [[TheWarGods WarGod]] ''[[Literature/TheWarGods WarGod]]'' series is one of these. He's unique among his race, a largely barbaric people, for enforcing order, building infrastructure, educating his people, and generally trying to bring them up to the point where they can live in the civilized world again. Bahzell ruminates that although Bahnak is doing his best to unite his people and restore peace, he himself is such an ambitious warrior at heart that he could never be happy in the very world he seeks to create for his people.
14th Apr '17 6:22:56 PM Filosera
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* The finale of ''Manga/AkameGaKill'' has the deeds of [[spoiler:Night Raid]] erased from the books of history [[spoiler:because nobody ever needs to know that the benevolent new empire ever employed such a thing as assassins in the process of overthrowing the overwhelmingly corrupt empire that came before it.]] They're perfectly all right with this, and it may have even been their idea.

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* The finale of the manga version of ''Manga/AkameGaKill'' has the deeds of [[spoiler:Night Raid]] erased from the books of history [[spoiler:because nobody ever needs to know that the benevolent new empire ever employed such a thing as assassins in the process of overthrowing the overwhelmingly corrupt empire that came before it.]] They're perfectly all right with this, and it may have even been their idea.
14th Apr '17 5:43:48 PM Filosera
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* The finale of ''Manga/AkameGaKill'' has the deeds of [[spoiler:Night Raid]] erased from the books of history [[spoiler:because nobody ever needs to know that the benevolent new empire ever employed such a thing as assassins in the process of overthrowing the overwhelmingly corrupt empire that came before it.]] They're perfectly all right with this, and it may have even been their idea.
23rd Dec '16 7:11:09 AM zealots
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* In the comic ''ComicBook/{{Xombie}}'', after Derge (a zombie that still has his conscience) saves the human settlement, he rejects the idea of living among them.



* In the ''ComicBook/XMen Legacy'' story arc "Lost Tribes" KnightTemplar villain Exodus declares this after going so far as to use his mind control powers to enthrall an entire squad of X-Men (among them ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and Comicbook/{{Rogue}}. As he puts it:

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* In the ''ComicBook/XMen Legacy'' story arc "Lost Tribes" KnightTemplar villain Exodus declares this after going so far as to use his mind control powers to enthrall an entire squad of X-Men (among them ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and Comicbook/{{Rogue}}.Comicbook/{{Rogue}}). As he puts it:


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* In the comic ''ComicBook/{{Xombie}}'', after Derge (a zombie that still has his conscience) saves the human settlement, he rejects the idea of living among them.
23rd Dec '16 7:08:01 AM zealots
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* In the ''ComicBook/XMen Legacy'' story arc "Lost Tribes" KnightTemplar villain Exodus declares this after going so far as to use his mind control powers to enthrall an entire squad of X-Men (among them ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and Comicbook/{{Rogue}}. As he puts it:
--> '''Exodus:''' If it must be hatred of me that unites mutantkind, so be it. Like Moses, I will deliver my people to the promised land but will not enter it with them.
12th Nov '16 5:05:13 PM nombretomado
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** [[JohnWayne Tom Doniphon]] in ''Film/TheManWhoShotLibertyValance''.

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** [[JohnWayne [[Creator/JohnWayne Tom Doniphon]] in ''Film/TheManWhoShotLibertyValance''.
14th Oct '16 11:39:20 PM Lullaby22
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14th Oct '16 11:38:44 PM Lullaby22
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** John's ultimate decision is there is no place for him in that safe, sterile world.[[/folder]]

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** John's ultimate decision is there is no place for him in that safe, sterile world.world.
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* Stanton Parrish of ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' intends to create a perfect world for Alphas, free of the hatred and discrimination that they faced from humans. However, he concludes that the actions he nust take to do so (namely, killing off the human population) make him unfit to lead that world, so he decides to leave it to Dr. Rosen instead.
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