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1st Feb '18 11:13:23 PM Abodos
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23rd Jan '18 3:11:08 PM MasterN
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Compare BlackAndWhiteMorality, BlackAndGrayMorality, and VillainousFashionSense. Not to be confused with DevilInPlainSight or ObliviouslyEvil, though the former can overlap. Contrast DarkIsNotEvil, GreyAndGreyMorality, MoralityKitchenSink, and FaceOfAThug. If the revelation that this guy turns out to be evil is [[TheUntwist treated as a baffling twist]], that's ObviousJudas.

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Compare BlackAndWhiteMorality, BlackAndGrayMorality, and VillainousFashionSense. Not to be confused with DevilInPlainSight or ObliviouslyEvil, though the former can overlap. Contrast DarkIsNotEvil, GreyAndGreyMorality, MoralityKitchenSink, and FaceOfAThug. If the revelation that this guy turns out to be evil is [[TheUntwist [[CaptainObviousReveal treated as a baffling shocking twist]], that's ObviousJudas.
10th Nov '17 1:39:08 AM nendroid
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6th Nov '17 10:23:02 AM rjd1922
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* In ''Justice for All'', the second case opens with a voice-over accusing a man named Dr. Turner Grey of a murder. When the players meet Grey, he's tense, irritable, and downright nasty; his name [[MeaningfulName implies a moral gray area]]; he makes a big deal about how innocent he is; and other characters relate stories of an incident in which many patients died under his care. When he becomes the victim in the case, it's plain as day that he really was behind a great many deaths. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope Except he's]] ''[[SubvertedTrope not]]''--Grey was actually totally innocent of the incident wherein the patients died. While he might be slightly to blame for putting a young, inexperienced nurse in charge of distributing those patients' medicines, he certainly didn't kill anyone. It's eventually revealed that Grey was getting dangerously close to learning the truth about the fatal incident, prompting the nurse in question to disguise herself as her own twin sister and kill him.]]

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* ** In ''Justice for All'', the second case opens with a voice-over accusing a man named Dr. Turner Grey of a murder. When the players meet Grey, he's tense, irritable, and downright nasty; his name [[MeaningfulName implies a moral gray area]]; he makes a big deal about how innocent he is; and other characters relate stories of an incident in which many patients died under his care. When he becomes the victim in the case, it's plain as day that he really was behind a great many deaths. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope Except he's]] ''[[SubvertedTrope not]]''--Grey was actually totally innocent of the incident wherein the patients died. While he might be slightly to blame for putting a young, inexperienced nurse in charge of distributing those patients' medicines, he certainly didn't kill anyone. It's eventually revealed that Grey was getting dangerously close to learning the truth about the fatal incident, prompting the nurse in question to disguise herself as question, who was living as her own twin sister and after a car crash killed her sister, to kill him.]]
9th Oct '17 6:36:27 AM DrNoPuma
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20th Aug '17 11:43:57 AM LavonPapillon1
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31st Jul '17 8:42:47 AM Vos
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26th Jul '17 11:35:48 AM Argon2
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A lot of fiction out there has a tendency to employ [[BlackAndWhiteMorality incredibly black and white perspectives]] to the characters and their actions. Due to the belief that its target demographic (usually children or dumbasses) can't understand subtler shades of evil, many works of fiction create a stark contrast between the heroes and villains. When this happens, the creators will bring in their Obviously Evil[[TradeSnark ®]] Design Team. (Of course, another reason obvious villains are used in some fiction is simply because [[EvilIsCool everyone loves a badass villain]].)

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A lot of fiction out there has a tendency to employ [[BlackAndWhiteMorality incredibly black and white perspectives]] to the characters and their actions. Due to the belief that its target demographic (usually children or dumbasses) children) can't understand subtler shades of evil, many works of fiction create a stark contrast between the heroes and villains. When this happens, the creators will bring in their Obviously Evil[[TradeSnark ®]] Design Team. (Of course, another reason obvious villains are used in some fiction is simply because [[EvilIsCool everyone loves a badass villain]].)


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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12587977/2/Foxstar-s-Reign Foxstar's Reign]]'', the protagonist is shocked when a guy named Cruelheart turns out to be abusive.
19th Jul '17 12:50:25 PM LavonPapillon1
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14th Jul '17 10:54:39 PM jnv11
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Compare BlackAndWhiteMorality, BlackAndGrayMorality, and VillainousFashionSense. Not to be confused with DevilInPlainSight or ObliviouslyEvil, though the former can overlap. Contrast DarkIsNotEvil, GreyAndGreyMorality, and MoralityKitchenSink. If the revelation that this guy turns out to be evil is [[TheUntwist treated as a baffling twist]], that's ObviousJudas.

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Compare BlackAndWhiteMorality, BlackAndGrayMorality, and VillainousFashionSense. Not to be confused with DevilInPlainSight or ObliviouslyEvil, though the former can overlap. Contrast DarkIsNotEvil, GreyAndGreyMorality, MoralityKitchenSink, and MoralityKitchenSink.FaceOfAThug. If the revelation that this guy turns out to be evil is [[TheUntwist treated as a baffling twist]], that's ObviousJudas.
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