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26th Aug '16 2:37:27 PM flodoris
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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'',
** Sasuke's quest to destroy Konoha could be described as this. He wants to kill everyone because they aren't as miserable as he is.
** [[spoiler:Obito]] has this as his motive, as well. Sort of. Mainly he wants a world where he can be happy again - it's just that the only way to get there is by wiping out the current one.

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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'',
**
''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' Sasuke's quest to destroy Konoha could be described as this. He wants to kill everyone because they aren't as miserable as he is.
** [[spoiler:Obito]] has this as his motive, as well. Sort of. Mainly he wants a world where he can be happy again - it's just that the only way to get there is by wiping out the current one.
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17th Jul '16 11:47:33 AM Materioptikon
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* This is what Hokuto's plan ultimately boils down to in ''FanFic/RosarioVampireBrightestDarkness Acts III and IV''. What Hokuto's plan ultimately boils down to. He views all life, human and monster alike, as a plague that needs to be wiped out, and thinks the only way to achieve true peace is by resurrecting [[EldritchAbomination Alucard]] and allowing him to bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

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* This is what Hokuto's plan ultimately boils down to in ''FanFic/RosarioVampireBrightestDarkness Acts III and IV''. What Hokuto's plan ultimately boils down to. He views all life, human and monster alike, as a plague that needs to be wiped out, and thinks the only way to achieve true peace is by resurrecting [[EldritchAbomination Alucard]] and allowing him to bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
10th Jul '16 4:36:21 PM nombretomado
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* In ''BrokenSaints'', BigBad [[spoiler: Lear Dunham]]'s entire EvilPlan can arguably be traced back to his [[spoiler: despair after the passing of his wife. Whether the pain of his loss unhinged him somewhat or whether it drove him to become the humanitarian {{Determinator}} he was prior to losing hope, there is no denying that losing the love of his life had some part in Lear's motive to re-start human civilization.]]

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* In ''BrokenSaints'', ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'', BigBad [[spoiler: Lear Dunham]]'s entire EvilPlan can arguably be traced back to his [[spoiler: despair after the passing of his wife. Whether the pain of his loss unhinged him somewhat or whether it drove him to become the humanitarian {{Determinator}} he was prior to losing hope, there is no denying that losing the love of his life had some part in Lear's motive to re-start human civilization.]]
28th Jun '16 11:04:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[TheDragon Ishamael]] has elements of this- he teamed up with [[BigBad the Dark One]] because he came to the conclusion that the endless repetion of ''TheWheelOfTime'' made life pointless misery, and he decided to end it by simply breaking the Wheel (which would also have the effect of destroying the universe). [[spoiler: He's also a DeathSeeker, but is GenreSavvy to the fact that his cosmos runs on reincarnation, meaning that if he wants to kill himself, dragging the rest of reality down with him is the best way to make sure it sticks]].

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* [[TheDragon Ishamael]] has elements of this- he teamed up with [[BigBad the Dark One]] because he came to the conclusion that the endless repetion of ''TheWheelOfTime'' ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' made life pointless misery, and he decided to end it by simply breaking the Wheel (which would also have the effect of destroying the universe). [[spoiler: He's also a DeathSeeker, but is GenreSavvy to the fact that his cosmos runs on reincarnation, meaning that if he wants to kill himself, dragging the rest of reality down with him is the best way to make sure it sticks]].



* One of many stories in TheNameOfTheWind is about legendary hero Lanre, who decides after the death of his wife that the world isn't worth living in any longer. For anyone.
* Prince Gaynor the Damned of the {{Corum}} series by Michael Moorcock. Long ago, he was [[ThePunishment cursed with eternal life]], and he joins the side of some {{Eldritch Abomination}}s who are trying to plunge the world into an eternal winterland where everything will die--hence, he will finally achieve the death he yearns for.

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* One of many stories in TheNameOfTheWind ''Literature/TheNameOfTheWind'' is about legendary hero Lanre, who decides after the death of his wife that the world isn't worth living in any longer. For anyone.
* Prince Gaynor the Damned of the {{Corum}} ''Literature/{{Corum}}'' series by Michael Moorcock. Long ago, he was [[ThePunishment cursed with eternal life]], and he joins the side of some {{Eldritch Abomination}}s who are trying to plunge the world into an eternal winterland where everything will die--hence, he will finally achieve the death he yearns for.
8th Jun '16 5:27:22 PM Nintendoman01
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* This is what Hokuto's plan ultimately boils down to in ''FanFic/RosarioVampireBrightestDarkness Acts III and IV''. What Hokuto's plan ultimately boils down to. He views all life, human and monster alike, as a plague that needs to be wiped out, and thinks the only way to achieve true peace is by resurrecting [[EldritchAbomination Alucard]] and allowing him to bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.



6th May '16 11:34:10 AM Pichu-kun
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* This is [[spoiler:Tougo's]] goal at the end of ''Anime/YukiYunaIsAHero'', though she is a hero instead of villain. [[spoiler:After learning the AwfulTruth about the Earth, she considers it best to kill everyone instead of letting more girls suffer by becoming {{Magical Girl}}s and holding off the inevitable demise of the planet.]] On a more personal note she especially wants to stop [[spoiler:herself and her friends from becoming vegetables]].
30th Apr '16 5:25:16 PM nombretomado
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* Duke Nukem, the radioactive villain from ''CaptainPlanet'' (and not the action hero by the same name) wants to spread radiation because he draws strength from it and actually weakens when not getting a regular dose; he wants to turn the world into a radioactive paradise where he and his kind can live and thrive. Compare to the other eco-villains who are mostly motivated by greed or [[ForTheEvulz evulz]].

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* Duke Nukem, the radioactive villain from ''CaptainPlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|and the Planeteers}}'' (and not the action hero by the same name) wants to spread radiation because he draws strength from it and actually weakens when not getting a regular dose; he wants to turn the world into a radioactive paradise where he and his kind can live and thrive. Compare to the other eco-villains who are mostly motivated by greed or [[ForTheEvulz evulz]].
22nd Mar '16 9:09:26 AM matteste
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* ''{{Shiki}}'' gives us Motoko Maeda, who reacts to the death of her children at the hands of the vampires by [[spoiler: ''burning down the entire village,'' just to get revenge on her father-in-law, whom she blames. She also ''sells out the vampire mother of her best friend'' to the vampire-hunters, despite the fact that said best friend's mother had never attacked anyone and never would, because she's angry that nobody in ''her'' family came back to her!]]

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* ''{{Shiki}}'' ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'' gives us Motoko Maeda, who reacts to the death of her children at the hands of the vampires by [[spoiler: ''burning down the entire village,'' just to get revenge on her father-in-law, whom she blames. She also ''sells out the vampire mother of her best friend'' to the vampire-hunters, despite the fact that said best friend's mother had never attacked anyone and never would, because she's angry that nobody in ''her'' family came back to her!]]
21st Feb '16 10:26:21 PM MasoTey
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-->'''Wanye''': You're gonna destroy millions of lives.

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-->'''Wanye''': -->'''Wayne''': You're gonna destroy millions of lives.
13th Feb '16 6:06:23 AM GentlemensDame883
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* In ''[[Fanfic/RyuugisTheGamesWePlay The Games We Play]]'', this is revealed to be [[spoiler:why Malkuth turned evil. Feeling the combined negative emotions of mankind causes him physical pain. After centuries of futile attempts to fix the problem, he's decided that the best way to deal with the problem is to wipe out mankind.]]
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