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1st Feb '16 12:20:18 PM DoktorvonEurotrash
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* The ''Franchise/StarWars'' fan film ''WebVideo/TIEFighterShortFilm'' depicts a space battle between TheEmpire and [[LaResistance the Rebel Alliance]] from the Imperial pilots' perspective, humanising them considerably compared to the source material.
26th Jan '16 1:27:45 AM Adept
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* Several songs from the ''Music/ConfessionExecutiveCommitteeLoveSeries'' have an -another story- version, where the events of a particular song are retold from the viewpoint of another character.
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* Several songs from the Music/HoneyWorks' ''Music/ConfessionExecutiveCommitteeLoveSeries'' have an -another story- version, where the events of a that particular song are retold from the viewpoint of another character.
23rd Jan '16 4:17:14 AM Adept
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* Several songs from the ''Music/ConfessionExecutiveCommitteeLoveSeries'' have an -another story- version, where the events of a particular song are retold from the viewpoint of another character.
17th Jan '16 12:03:20 AM nombretomado
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* Once again, ''PerryBibleFellowship'' provides [[http://www.pbfcomics.com/106/ an example]] (in a way that is cruel even by PBF standards).
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* Once again, ''PerryBibleFellowship'' ''ComicStrip/ThePerryBibleFellowship'' provides [[http://www.pbfcomics.com/106/ an example]] (in a way that is cruel even by PBF standards).
30th Dec '15 3:28:29 PM MicoolTNT
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* In ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/533278 Boss Rush]]'', you play as several archetypical ShootEmUp bosses, destroying rebel/human fighters, including: ** The ''[[MileLongShip Tonbogiri]]'', flagship of TheEmpire. ** The ''[[TheBattlestar Drone Unit Antonius]]'', presumably piloted by a CorruptCorporateExecutive type. ** The ''[[LivingShip Bio-Craft Nidhoggr]]'', mount of the space-barbarians' Warleader. ** The ''[[BigDumbObject Genesis Ark Omega]]'', a mysterious alien starship [[spoiler: which is actually carrying an EldritchAbomination to a suitable new home]]. ** [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm The Unknown, which appears to be a giant flying ? and uses attacks themed after non-letter keyboard characters.]] ** The [[SpaceWeather Phenomenon Cloud Nine]], which [[ExpansionPack can only be played by "donating" $5 to the game]].
26th Dec '15 2:53:23 AM Naram-Sin
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* Being a long TakeThat to {{ComicBook/ThreeHundred}}, {{ComicBook/Three}} makes Sparta the big villain of the story.
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* Being a long TakeThat to {{ComicBook/ThreeHundred}}, {{ComicBook/Three}} ''{{ComicBook/Three Hundred}}'', ''{{ComicBook/Three}}'' makes Sparta the big villain of the story.
26th Dec '15 2:50:38 AM Naram-Sin
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* Being a long TakeThat to {{ComicBook/ThreeHundred}}, {{ComicBook/Three}} makes Sparta the big villain of the story.

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* Arturo Pérez-Reverte created ''{{Literature/Alatriste}}'' because he got tired of reading French and English language {{swashbuckler}}s where Spaniards only ever appeared as the villains.
2nd Dec '15 1:45:53 AM eroock
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->''So this was the shape the story had taken. You may say, the shape the gods had given it. [...] That much of the truth they had dropped into someone's mind, in a dream, or an oracle, or however they do such things. That much; and wiped clean out the very meaning, the pith, the central knot of the whole tale. [...] And I saw in a moment how the false story would grow and spread and be told all over the earth; and I wondered how many of the other sacred stories are just such twisted falsities as this.''
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->''So ->''"So this was the shape the story had taken. You may say, the shape the gods had given it. [...] That much of the truth they had dropped into someone's mind, in a dream, or an oracle, or however they do such things. That much; and wiped clean out the very meaning, the pith, the central knot of the whole tale. [...] And I saw in a moment how the false story would grow and spread and be told all over the earth; and I wondered how many of the other sacred stories are just such twisted falsities as this.''"''
22nd Nov '15 4:09:14 AM YZQ
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* In ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'', the first meeting between Hamilton and his future wife Eliza Schuyler is described in two songs - "Helpless", sung by Eliza, and "Satisfied", sung by her older sister Angelica. Eliza recounts the meeting in a decidedly romantic way (there's her instant infatuation with Hamilton and his insistent his courtship of her) - but Angelica later says that she sacrificed her feelings for Eliza's benefit, and that the penniless Hamilton was interested in the Schuylers' money and would have been content with marrying any of the sisters.
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* In ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'', the first meeting between Hamilton and his future wife Eliza Schuyler is described in two songs - "Helpless", sung by Eliza, and "Satisfied", sung by her older sister Angelica. Eliza recounts the meeting in a decidedly romantic way (there's her instant infatuation with Hamilton and his insistent his courtship of her) - but Angelica later says that she sacrificed her feelings for Eliza's benefit, and that the penniless Hamilton was interested in the Schuylers' Schuylers' money and would have been content with marrying any of the sisters.
1st Nov '15 6:35:02 AM major-kumquat
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* The musical ''{{Elisabeth}}'' does this to a degree: the title character isn't entirely villianified but she (as well as some other traditional nice guys) are far more flawed than the usual "warm-hearted innocent young beauty" image which looks like she stepped straight out of a Disney movie. (Best example: the incredibly sugary [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1IhKzG1NWM&feature=related Sissi movies]].)

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[[folder:Theatre]] * The musical ''{{Elisabeth}}'' does this to a degree: the title character isn't entirely villianified but she (as well as some other traditional nice guys) are far more flawed than the usual "warm-hearted innocent young beauty" image which looks like she stepped straight out of a Disney movie. (Best example: the incredibly sugary [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1IhKzG1NWM&feature=related Sissi movies]].)) * In ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'', the first meeting between Hamilton and his future wife Eliza Schuyler is described in two songs - "Helpless", sung by Eliza, and "Satisfied", sung by her older sister Angelica. Eliza recounts the meeting in a decidedly romantic way (there's her instant infatuation with Hamilton and his insistent his courtship of her) - but Angelica later says that she sacrificed her feelings for Eliza's benefit, and that the penniless Hamilton was interested in the Schuylers' money and would have been content with marrying any of the sisters. [[/folder]]
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