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25th Jul '17 1:24:23 PM marcoasalazarm
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%%* Xavier from ''Film/SawII''.

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%%* * Xavier from ''Film/SawII''.''Film/SawII''. He tosses everybody else to the wolves and when he discovers the clue to get out of the death trap-laden house has been tattooed in pieces on the back of everybody's heads, he starts chasing the rest to kill them and get their piece.



* ''Film/TheWildBunch'': The opening heist has one member of the titular Bunch that stays behind during the getaway to keep a look over the hostages... and is unhinged enough to lick the neck of the sole woman of the group and force them to march around the office they are being held in before unloading his shotgun unto them. The rest of the Bunch not only do not do LeaveNoManBehind, but very much do not give a damn about him (and the fact that Thornton's posse killed him).

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* ''Film/TheWildBunch'': The opening heist has one member of the titular Bunch (appropiately called 'Crazy Lee') that stays behind during the getaway to keep a look over the hostages... and is unhinged enough to lick the neck of the sole woman of the group and force them to march around the office they are being held in before unloading his shotgun unto them. The rest of the Bunch not only do not do LeaveNoManBehind, but very much do not give a damn about him (and the fact that Thornton's posse killed him).
3rd Feb '17 11:10:51 AM ChronoLegion
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* Mick "Heat Wave" Rory in ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' has never claimed to be anything more than an arsonist and a thief. He loves to eat, drink, fight, and steal... Oh, and set things on fire. Despite all this, he manages to become a valued member of the team.
9th Jan '17 6:18:43 AM Medinoc
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* Snyder from the film ''Deep Star Six''. When a monster attacks various members of the crew, he's given the order to get the site ready for evacuation -so Snyder looks into the evac protocols under "site being threatened by enemy force" and follows them to the letter... without caring that these protocols include ''setting off the nukes that are within spitting distance of Deep Star Six'' and they hadn't left the place yet. When the massive underwater nuclear explosion inevitably damages the station, he insists on trying to leave the place even when everybody else tells him that leaving without decompressing would mean suicide... [[DirtyCoward and still he does, the very second that it looks like trying to face the monster will not work]]. [[ExplosiveDecompression No prizes]] [[ChunkySalsaRule for what happens to him next]]. Foreshadowed By the fact he was over worked and suffering from some form of cabin fever. But for whatever reason his superior wouldn't give him a break.

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* Snyder from the film ''Deep Star Six''. When a monster attacks various members of the crew, he's given the order to get the site ready for evacuation -so Snyder looks into the evac protocols under "site being threatened by enemy force" (whereas "threatened by forces of nature" was also a plausible choice) and follows them to the letter... without caring that these protocols include ''setting off the nukes that are within spitting distance of Deep Star Six'' and they hadn't left the place yet. When the massive underwater nuclear explosion inevitably damages the station, he insists on trying to leave the place even when everybody else tells him that leaving without decompressing would mean suicide... [[DirtyCoward and still he does, the very second that it looks like trying to face the monster will not work]]. [[ExplosiveDecompression No prizes]] [[ChunkySalsaRule for what happens to him next]]. Foreshadowed By the fact he was over worked and suffering from some form of cabin fever. But for whatever reason his superior wouldn't give him a break.
4th Jan '17 10:56:05 AM TheWanderer
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* Waingro in ''Film/{{Heat}}'' starts the movie as member of a professional crew of thieves, but becomes such a kill-happy madman that ConsummateProfressional Neil [=McCauley=] risks attempting to execute him in public after their first heist goes wrong. Later Waingro kills one of Neil's crew after raping the man's wife, for no reason other than being an uncontrollable nutcase. By this point Neil is so furious with the psycho that despite being the subject of a police manhunt Neil takes time out of his getaway to hunt down Waingro and [[DoubleTap kill him properly]].

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* Waingro in ''Film/{{Heat}}'' starts the movie as member of a professional crew of thieves, but becomes such a kill-happy madman that ConsummateProfressional ConsummateProfessional Neil [=McCauley=] risks attempting to execute him in public after their first heist goes wrong. Later turns into a bloodbath due to Waingro's sadism. After Waingro escapes he allies with Neil's enemies in the underworld and does everything he can to bring Neil down, but then goes above and beyond when he rapes and kills one the wife of a member of Neil's crew after raping and beats the man's wife, crew member to near death when the guy attempts to avenge her, all for no reason other than being because Waingro is an uncontrollable nutcase. By this point Neil is so furious with the psycho that despite being the subject of a police manhunt Neil takes time out of his getaway to hunt down Waingro and [[DoubleTap kill him properly]].
4th Jan '17 10:50:27 AM TheWanderer
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* Waingro in ''Film/{{Heat}}'', who the page quote is an indirect reference to. He becomes such a kill-happy madman that [=McCauley=] not only doesn't laments him dying on the climactic heist, but he wastes precious getaway time to hunt down the one who recommended Waingro to be part of the team.

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* Waingro in ''Film/{{Heat}}'', who ''Film/{{Heat}}'' starts the page quote is an indirect reference to. He movie as member of a professional crew of thieves, but becomes such a kill-happy madman that ConsummateProfressional Neil [=McCauley=] not only doesn't laments risks attempting to execute him dying on in public after their first heist goes wrong. Later Waingro kills one of Neil's crew after raping the climactic heist, but he wastes precious man's wife, for no reason other than being an uncontrollable nutcase. By this point Neil is so furious with the psycho that despite being the subject of a police manhunt Neil takes time out of his getaway time to hunt down the one who recommended Waingro to be part of the team.and [[DoubleTap kill him properly]].
6th Dec '16 2:37:45 PM StFan
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* ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Gundam ZZ]]'' has Elpeo Puru. Normally she's a [[GenkiGirl hyperactive young girl]] with a sisterly attachment to Judau, but sometimes her obsession with him can go a bit... far. [[spoiler:The worst case was when she tried to kill Leina, seeing her as a rival for Judau's brotherly affections. Judau manages to stop this and calm her down, and Puru is heartbroken over Leina's supposed death a short time later.]]

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* ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Gundam ZZ]]'' ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ'' has Elpeo Puru. Normally she's a [[GenkiGirl hyperactive young girl]] with a sisterly attachment to Judau, but sometimes her obsession with him can go a bit... far. [[spoiler:The worst case was when she tried to kill Leina, seeing her as a rival for Judau's brotherly affections. Judau manages to stop this and calm her down, and Puru is heartbroken over Leina's supposed death a short time later.]]
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* Whirl from ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye''. He's an AxCrazy {{Jerkass}} who is initially kept around because his skill and willingness in combat makes him useful to the crew. However this causes some problems as Rodimus learns the hard way that Whirl isn't easy to control. For instance, waiting until the crew's backs are turned than chasing down and torturing info out of a mook against orders.

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* Whirl from ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye''.''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye''. He's an AxCrazy {{Jerkass}} who is initially kept around because his skill and willingness in combat makes him useful to the crew. However this causes some problems as Rodimus learns the hard way that Whirl isn't easy to control. For instance, waiting until the crew's backs are turned than chasing down and torturing info out of a mook against orders.
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* Archer Maggot from ''Film/TheDirtyDozen'' is a Type II. He's clearly off-balance from the start, spouting off racist comments like nobody's business, but he really becomes a problem at the climax where he nearly foils the mission by stabbing a woman to death at the party...for no reason.
* Andre from ZackSnyder's ''Film/DawnOfTheDead2004''. The man wants to bring his kid into the world, ok, that is nice... and then we find out that his wife (and maybe the baby) are [[ZombieInfectee Zombie Infectees]], and he doesn't gives a damn about this...

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* Archer Maggot from ''Film/TheDirtyDozen'' is a Type II. He's clearly off-balance from the start, spouting off racist comments like nobody's business, but he really becomes a problem at the climax where he nearly foils the mission by stabbing a woman to death at the party... for no reason.
* Andre from ZackSnyder's Creator/ZackSnyder's ''Film/DawnOfTheDead2004''. The man wants to bring his kid into the world, ok, that is nice... and then we find out that his wife (and maybe the baby) are [[ZombieInfectee Zombie Infectees]], and he doesn't gives a damn about this...



* [[spoiler: Corporal Gallo]] from ''Film/{{Pandorum}}''. He's the reason the whole mess with the mutants is going on. [[spoiler:While it's not completely hard to understand that finding out that the people aboard the ship to Tanis ''are the last humans alive'' would trigger an episode of Pandorum, him killing the rest of the crew and [[AGodAmI literally playing God]] with the colonists was too far.]]
* ''Film/PanicRoom'' - Raoul. Things would really have been a lot better if Junior hadn't gotten him involved.

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* [[spoiler: Corporal [[spoiler:Corporal Gallo]] from ''Film/{{Pandorum}}''. He's the reason the whole mess with the mutants is going on. [[spoiler:While it's not completely hard to understand that finding out that the people aboard the ship to Tanis ''are the last humans alive'' would trigger an episode of Pandorum, him killing the rest of the crew and [[AGodAmI literally playing God]] with the colonists was too far.]]
* ''Film/PanicRoom'' - ''Film/PanicRoom'': Raoul. Things would really have been a lot better if Junior hadn't gotten him involved.



* TheIncredibleHulk in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', at least during the first two acts. He's a smash-happy beast [[spoiler:and an important part of Loki's plan is to manipulate the emotions of the Avengers and set off Banner's UnstoppableRage in a place where nobody can run away from him (the Helicarrier).]]
* Snyder from the film ''Deep Star Six''. When a monster attacks various members of the crew, he's given the order to get the site ready for evacuation -so Snyder looks into the evac protocols under "site being threatened by enemy force" and follows them to the letter... without caring that these protocols include ''setting off the nukes that are within spitting distance of Deep Star Six'' and they hadn't left the place yet. When the massive underwater nuclear explosion inevitably damages the station, he insists on trying to leave the place even when everybody else tells him that leaving without decompressing would mean suicide... [[DirtyCoward and still he does, the very second that it looks like trying to face the monster will not work]]. [[ExplosiveDecompression No prizes]] [[ChunkySalsaRule for what happens to him next]].
** Foreshadowed By the fact he was over worked and suffering from some form of cabin fever. But for whatever reason his superior wouldn't give him a break.

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* TheIncredibleHulk The ComicBook/IncredibleHulk in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', at least during the first two acts. He's a smash-happy beast [[spoiler:and an important part of Loki's plan is to manipulate the emotions of the Avengers and set off Banner's UnstoppableRage in a place where nobody can run away from him (the Helicarrier).]]
* Snyder from the film ''Deep Star Six''. When a monster attacks various members of the crew, he's given the order to get the site ready for evacuation -so Snyder looks into the evac protocols under "site being threatened by enemy force" and follows them to the letter... without caring that these protocols include ''setting off the nukes that are within spitting distance of Deep Star Six'' and they hadn't left the place yet. When the massive underwater nuclear explosion inevitably damages the station, he insists on trying to leave the place even when everybody else tells him that leaving without decompressing would mean suicide... [[DirtyCoward and still he does, the very second that it looks like trying to face the monster will not work]]. [[ExplosiveDecompression No prizes]] [[ChunkySalsaRule for what happens to him next]].
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next]]. Foreshadowed By the fact he was over worked and suffering from some form of cabin fever. But for whatever reason his superior wouldn't give him a break.









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* [[MysteriousWaif River]] is the Psycho Party Member in ''{{Series/Firefly}}''. After her [[MindRape treatment]] at the hands of the Alliance government, she is only sometimes sane and is apt to flip out at the slightest (if any) provocation. Most of the crew realize that her behavior is not her fault, and are protective toward her, but they do remain wary. The episode ''Objects in Space'' revolves a lot around the other characters beginning to seriously consider the threat River poses to them, and their [[ParanoiaFuel concern is increased]] by ''{{Film/Serenity}}'' when they find out that River was intended to be an [[TykeBomb elite assassin]].

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* [[MysteriousWaif River]] is the Psycho Party Member in ''{{Series/Firefly}}''.''Series/{{Firefly}}''. After her [[MindRape treatment]] at the hands of the Alliance government, she is only sometimes sane and is apt to flip out at the slightest (if any) provocation. Most of the crew realize that her behavior is not her fault, and are protective toward her, but they do remain wary. The episode ''Objects in Space'' revolves a lot around the other characters beginning to seriously consider the threat River poses to them, and their [[ParanoiaFuel concern is increased]] by ''{{Film/Serenity}}'' ''Film/{{Serenity}}'' when they find out that River was intended to be an [[TykeBomb elite assassin]].









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* Although it's hard to say for sure under all the UnreliableNarrator issues and MindScrew, Maria in ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is definitely a little unbalanced. It's particularly clear in the first and fourth arcs; in the former, she doesn't react at all to the gory murders, and in the latter, she [[spoiler:kills (or at least appears to kill) her mother over and over and over in the meta-world.]]
* The [9]th Man of ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors'' splits in as soon as the Nonary Game begins. He takes Clover hostage with a knife, and demands for their co-operation in him entering a door. By doing this, though, he breaks the rules of the game and dies horribly.
** Not only him, but [[spoiler: Ace, panicking after TheReveal, and Clover, who goes AxCrazy after her SanitySlippage of losing her brother.]]

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* Although it's hard to say for sure under all the UnreliableNarrator issues and MindScrew, Maria in ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is definitely a little unbalanced. It's particularly clear in the first and fourth arcs; in the former, she doesn't react at all to the gory murders, and in the latter, she [[spoiler:kills (or at least appears to kill) her mother over and over and over in the meta-world.]]
* The [9]th Man of ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors'' splits in as soon as the Nonary Game begins. He takes Clover hostage with a knife, and demands for their co-operation in him entering a door. By doing this, though, he breaks the rules of the game and dies horribly.
** Not only him, but [[spoiler: Ace, panicking after TheReveal, and Clover, who goes AxCrazy after her SanitySlippage of losing her brother.]]
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* Although it's hard to say for sure under all the UnreliableNarrator issues and MindScrew, Maria in ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is definitely a little unbalanced. It's particularly clear in the first and fourth arcs; in the former, she doesn't react at all to the gory murders, and in the latter, she [[spoiler:kills (or at least appears to kill) her mother over and over and over in the meta-world.]]
* The [9]th Man of ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors'' splits in as soon as the Nonary Game begins. He takes Clover hostage with a knife, and demands for their co-operation in him entering a door. By doing this, though, he breaks the rules of the game and dies horribly. Not only him, but [[spoiler: Ace, panicking after TheReveal, and Clover, who goes AxCrazy after her SanitySlippage of losing her brother.]]
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-->'''Porkfry''': (''Disappointed'') We never do what I want to do.
-->'''Gabe''': Listen, if you wanted to go to Dairy Queen or something, fine, let's go. But no. You always want to fucking kill people. You never just want a Blizzard.

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-->'''Porkfry''': (''Disappointed'') -->'''Porkfry:''' ''[disappointed]'' We never do what I want to do.
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do.\\
'''Gabe:'''
Listen, if you wanted to go to Dairy Queen or something, fine, let's go. But no. You always want to fucking kill people. You never just want a Blizzard.






24th Nov '16 3:23:20 PM Steven
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* Trevor Phillips is full blown nut case and drug dealer in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''. While Franklin and Michael are more collected and rational and kill only people they are assigned to kill, Trevor will kill ''anyone'' for ''any reason'' that makes sense only to him. He can be a screaming lunatic that strongarms his friends into his schemes one minute and be calm and rational the next minute in the blink of an eye. Trevor prefers to kill witnesses during a heist so that no one can trace him while Michael prefers to keep needless kills to a minimum. Regardless of Trevor's sketchy persona, he's an excellent gunman and a damn good pilot, which are quite valuable assets for the many jobs that the protagonists take. After Trevor finds out about Michael's secret where [[spoiler: he sold Trevor and Brad out after a failed bank heist years ago in order to save his own skin due to having a family]], Trevor keeps loudly debating on whether or not he should really kill Michael over it and that creates a big rift between the two of them with Franklin being caught in the middle of the spat and being agitated from it. [[spoiler: One of the endings has Franklin killing Trevor in order to save his own skin (just like what Michael did to Trevor) while trying to justify it by pointing out that Trevor's behavior was going to get the whole group killed

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* Trevor Phillips is full blown nut case and drug dealer in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''. While Franklin and Michael are more collected and rational and kill only people they are assigned to kill, Trevor will kill ''anyone'' for ''any reason'' that makes sense only to him. He can be a screaming lunatic that strongarms his friends into his schemes one minute and be calm and rational the next minute in the blink of an eye. Trevor prefers to kill witnesses during a heist so that no one can trace him while Michael prefers to keep needless kills to a minimum. Regardless of Trevor's sketchy persona, he's an excellent gunman and a damn good pilot, which are quite valuable assets for the many jobs that the protagonists take. After Trevor finds out about Michael's secret where [[spoiler: he sold Trevor and Brad out after a failed bank heist years ago in order to save his own skin due to having a family]], Trevor keeps loudly debating on whether or not he should really kill Michael over it and that creates a big rift between the two of them with Franklin being caught in the middle of the spat and being agitated from it. [[spoiler: One of the endings has Franklin killing Trevor in order to save his own skin (just like what Michael did to Trevor) while trying to justify it by pointing out that Trevor's behavior was going to get the whole group killed
killed.]]
24th Nov '16 3:22:55 PM Steven
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* Trevor Phillips is full blown nut case and drug dealer in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''. While Franklin and Michael are more collected and rational and kill only people they are assigned to kill, Trevor will kill ''anyone'' for ''any reason'' that makes sense only to him. He can be a screaming lunatic that strongarms his friends into his schemes one minute and be calm and rational the next minute in the blink of an eye. Trevor prefers to kill witnesses during a heist so that no one can trace him while Michael prefers to keep needless kills to a minimum. Regardless of Trevor's sketchy persona, he's an excellent gunman and a damn good pilot, which are quite valuable assets for the many jobs that the protagonists take. After Trevor finds out about Michael's secret where [[spoiler: he sold Trevor and Brad out after a failed bank heist years ago in order to save his own skin due to having a family]], Trevor keeps loudly debating on whether or not he should really kill Michael over it and that creates a big rift between the two of them with Franklin being caught in the middle of the spat and being agitated from it. [[spoiler: One of the endings has Franklin killing Trevor in order to save his own skin (just like what Michael did to Trevor) while trying to justify it by pointing out that Trevor's behavior was going to get the whole group killed
8th Nov '16 3:56:25 PM TSims
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**Foreshadowed By the fact he was over worked and suffering from some form of cabin fever. But for whatever reason his superior wouldn't give him a break.
29th Oct '16 8:04:33 PM Pseudoname
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* While a number of the hunters in ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'' aren't exactly stable, Kala takes the cake. On her own, she's a perfectly reasonable and intelligent woman. Unfortunately for everyone else she ''isn't'' on her own because she's connected to the monster HiveMind and is slowly mutating, so that not only is there the possibility that's she'll snap and attack them but a certainty that when that happens she'll transform into an alien killing machine.
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