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16th Jan '18 1:03:17 PM infernape612
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*** Before that, there is a battle where you can choose between fighting the demons, the angels, or both of them. If you choose one, the other side will fight with you. What you choose in this battle doesn't have any effect on the plot, however. [[spoiler: If you don't fight the humans as well, you get a NonStandardGameOver.]]

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*** Before that, there is a battle where you can choose between fighting the demons, the angels, or both of them. If you choose one, the other side will fight with you. What you choose in this battle doesn't have any effect on the plot, however. [[spoiler: If you don't fight the humans as well, you get a NonStandardGameOver.NonstandardGameOver.]]



*** In a NonStandardGameOver for the ''Dead Money'' DLC, the Courier can join Elijah in using the Cloud to kill ''everyone'' in the Mojave.

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*** In a NonStandardGameOver NonstandardGameOver for the ''Dead Money'' DLC, the Courier can join Elijah in using the Cloud to kill ''everyone'' in the Mojave.
3rd Dec '17 1:05:20 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Book of Swords'' trilogy by Michael Moorcock, telling the tale of {{Corum}}, the Prince in the Scarlet Robe. The books tell of Corum's war against the Lords of Chaos in favor of the Lords of Law, often invoking the Cosmic Balance. At the end of the last book, he manages to involve the God-Brothers Kwyll and Rhynn, who are not bound by Order, Chaos, or the Cosmic Balance. In gratitude for a favor done, they kill off the Chaos Lords. Then (just for the lulz) they go on to kill off the Law Lords as well, negating the Cosmic Balance by default, and leaving the mortals in control of their own destinies, with no interfering gods to muck things up. A happy ending.

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* The ''Book of Swords'' trilogy by Michael Moorcock, telling the tale of {{Corum}}, Literature/{{Corum}}, the Prince in the Scarlet Robe. The books tell of Corum's war against the Lords of Chaos in favor of the Lords of Law, often invoking the Cosmic Balance. At the end of the last book, he manages to involve the God-Brothers Kwyll and Rhynn, who are not bound by Order, Chaos, or the Cosmic Balance. In gratitude for a favor done, they kill off the Chaos Lords. Then (just for the lulz) they go on to kill off the Law Lords as well, negating the Cosmic Balance by default, and leaving the mortals in control of their own destinies, with no interfering gods to muck things up. A happy ending.
2nd Nov '17 9:40:54 PM CommieBuffalo
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** To make it clear, the Greens were not [[IThoughtItMeant an eco-friendly army]] fighting against all other sides to protect nature. Rather they are the name given to a broad and loosely organised spontaneous coalition of local autonomist peasant forces fighting to protect their own communities from forced requisitions or reprisals. They did not have a unified political ideology beyong "please stop taking out stuff", and because both the Reds and the Whites engaged extensively in taking other people's stuff, conflict was rather inevitable.

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** To make it be clear, the Greens were not [[IThoughtItMeant an eco-friendly army]] fighting against all other sides to protect nature. Rather they are the name given to a broad and loosely organised spontaneous coalition of local autonomist peasant forces fighting to protect their own communities from forced requisitions or reprisals. They did not have a unified political ideology beyong beyond "please stop taking out stuff", and because both the Reds and the Whites engaged extensively in taking other people's stuff, conflict was rather inevitable.
2nd Nov '17 9:39:44 PM CommieBuffalo
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**To make it clear, the Greens were not [[IThoughtItMeant an eco-friendly army]] fighting against all other sides to protect nature. Rather they are the name given to a broad and loosely organised spontaneous coalition of local autonomist peasant forces fighting to protect their own communities from forced requisitions or reprisals. They did not have a unified political ideology beyong "please stop taking out stuff", and because both the Reds and the Whites engaged extensively in taking other people's stuff, conflict was rather inevitable.
5th Sep '17 7:33:20 AM Medinoc
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* ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}}'': In the war between Heaven and Hell, you officially serve a council that mediates the two but are ''really'' looking for who set you up and taking down anyone in your way, regardless of side. [[spoiler:At the end you turn against the mediating council as well.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}}'': In the war between Heaven and Hell, you officially serve a council that mediates the two two, but are ''really'' looking for who set you up (which got you tried and sentenced by the council) and taking down anyone in your way, regardless of side. [[spoiler:At the end you turn against the mediating council as well.well, because they're the ones who set you up.]]
29th Aug '17 6:09:28 PM GrammarNavi
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* In an example similar to the page quote, Russel Sharp of {{XSGCOM}} believes that his best chance of getting into heaven is if God doesn't want him on Satan's side. Another character ''agrees'' with him, saying that it would "require a rewrite of ''Revelations.''" In-series, he fights for Earth... and really, only Earth. He has shown that he doesn't really care about Earth's off-world allies, and considers ''all'' non-earth humans to be below him. At one point, he's tested to see if he was the one who ordered attacks on the [[TheResistance Free Jaffa]] and [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch Tok'Ra]], and he's more annoyed by the idea that they thought he would leave ''survivors'' "like an amateur" than the idea that he was behind the attacks.

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* In an example similar to the page quote, Russel Sharp of {{XSGCOM}} ''Fanfic/{{XSGCOM}}'' believes that his best chance of getting into heaven is if God doesn't want him on Satan's side. Another character ''agrees'' with him, saying that it would "require a rewrite of ''Revelations.''" In-series, he fights for Earth... and really, only Earth. He has shown that he doesn't really care about Earth's off-world allies, and considers ''all'' non-earth humans to be below him. At one point, he's tested to see if he was the one who ordered attacks on the [[TheResistance Free Jaffa]] and [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch Tok'Ra]], and he's more annoyed by the idea that they thought he would leave ''survivors'' "like an amateur" than the idea that he was behind the attacks.
18th Aug '17 1:09:45 AM infernape612
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* Remaining unaligned and killing everyone is one of the options in ''VideoGame/{{Geneforge}} 2''. It might actually be one of the happiest endings if you don't trigger the sanity meter..

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* Remaining unaligned and killing everyone is one of the options in ''VideoGame/{{Geneforge}} 2''. It might actually be one of the happiest endings if you don't trigger the sanity meter..meter.
24th Jun '17 8:01:21 AM YgothanEru
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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', TrueNeutral was actually described with terms like this in 2nd edition, where a True Neutral character would actively work to ensure no power would gain too strong, engaging ChronicBackstabbingDisorder [[ForTheGreaterGood For The Greater Neutrality]]. Actual attempts to play that way have gotten ''this'' interpretation labled as "StupidNeutral".

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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', TrueNeutral was actually described with terms like this in 2nd edition, where a True Neutral character would actively work to ensure no power would gain too strong, engaging ChronicBackstabbingDisorder [[ForTheGreaterGood For The Greater Neutrality]]. Actual attempts to play that way have gotten ''this'' interpretation labled labeled as "StupidNeutral".
13th Nov '16 7:11:41 PM KillerClowns
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* The Anarchist path in ''VideoGame/{{Tyranny}}''. The Fatebinder declares war on or betrays every major faction in the Tiers and claims the entire realm as their own. A few minor factions may ally with the Fatebinder, but every major one is out to get them thereafter.
20th Sep '16 5:30:59 PM Gadjiltron
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' plays this trope to similar magnitudes with the Massacre ending, where you not only defeat Law and Chaos, but also [[spoiler:slay ''every god and deity to ever exist'', starting the universe anew as its new Creator. And as a bonus, you fight through and kill most of your former allies as well.]]
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