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28th Jan '16 11:16:22 AM ilovehirohamada
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25th Jan '16 10:47:34 AM Willbyr
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* Mikagami Tokiya in ''FlameOfRecca'' at first starts out as an avatar of vengeance whose purpose in life is to take revenge in the name of his [[ItsPersonal dead big sister]]. Over time, however, he starts learning that walking the path of revenge will lead to his doom, so he eventually wises up and lets go of his vengeful life, fighting less suicidally and somehow became stronger. * Hiei from ''YuYuHakusho''. He was cast out of his birthplace by his own people, simply for being male, while they held his mother back as she pleaded for his life. While Hiei's feelings on his mother are unclear, his primary motivation early in life was to kill every ice maiden in the Glacial Village and burn the place right out of the sky and into the ground. * Makina in ''ShikabaneHime'' claims that she doesn't care about Heaven, and is only staying undead so she can find the person who killed her family.
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* Mikagami Tokiya in ''FlameOfRecca'' ''Manga/FlameOfRecca'' at first starts out as an avatar of vengeance whose purpose in life is to take revenge in the name of his [[ItsPersonal dead big sister]]. Over time, however, he starts learning that walking the path of revenge will lead to his doom, so he eventually wises up and lets go of his vengeful life, fighting less suicidally and somehow became stronger. * Hiei from ''YuYuHakusho''.''Manga/YuYuHakusho''. He was cast out of his birthplace by his own people, simply for being male, while they held his mother back as she pleaded for his life. While Hiei's feelings on his mother are unclear, his primary motivation early in life was to kill every ice maiden in the Glacial Village and burn the place right out of the sky and into the ground. * Makina in ''ShikabaneHime'' ''Manga/CorpsePrincess'' claims that she doesn't care about Heaven, and is only staying undead so she can find the person who killed her family.
25th Jan '16 7:28:03 AM ratikate
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* ''Manga/HunterXHunter'': Kurapika's primary motivation in becoming a hunter.
19th Jan '16 9:06:34 AM Zanreo
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* The "The Contract" storyline of ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' is based around this - first Nintendo gets her revenge against Sony planning to get most of the profits from their collaboration console, which ends in him later getting revenge back by making his own console which ends up being way more successful.
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* The "The Contract" storyline of ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' is based around this - first Nintendo gets her revenge against Sony planning to get most of the profits from their collaboration console, which ends in him Sony later getting revenge back by making his own console which ends up being way more successful.
19th Jan '16 9:06:07 AM Zanreo
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* The "The Contract" storyline of ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' is based around this - first Nintendo gets her revenge against Sony planning to get most of the profits from their collaboration console, which ends in him later getting revenge back by making his own console which ends up being way more successful. ** Tecmo swears to get his revenge against Namco, who he carries a huge grudge towards... [[DisproportionateRetribution for a comment about his game series.]]
5th Jan '16 2:51:52 AM Hjortron18
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* In ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'', Soto wants to take revenge on the humans for killing half of his pack. ** In ''WesternAnimation/IceAge4ContinentalDrift'', Captain Gutt wants to take revenge on Manny for destroying and later stealing his ship.
29th Dec '15 11:32:37 PM Anddrix
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* The reason for Doctor Doom's supervillainy is the fact that he blames [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]] for every single thing that has ever happened to him, [[StartOfDarkness starting with]] his disfigurement, and wants nothing more than to cause him as much pain as possible in revenge. This actually makes them quite different from many other pairs of [[ArchEnemy Arch Enemies]]: for example, SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker are the nemeses of the respective heroes because they start out as being a certain way and, due to their differences with the hero, grow to hate them and eventually focus on them. Doom, on the other hand, is a supervillain who branches out to become an enemy of every single Marvel superhero out there, but every single thing he does can be eventually traced back to his hatred of Reed Richards.
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* The reason for Doctor Doom's supervillainy is the fact that he blames [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]] for every single thing that has ever happened to him, [[StartOfDarkness starting with]] his disfigurement, and wants nothing more than to cause him as much pain as possible in revenge. This actually makes them quite different from many other pairs of [[ArchEnemy Arch Enemies]]: for example, SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker are the nemeses of the respective heroes because they start out as being a certain way and, due to their differences with the hero, grow to hate them and eventually focus on them. Doom, on the other hand, is a supervillain who branches out to become an enemy of every single Marvel superhero out there, but every single thing he does can be eventually traced back to his hatred of Reed Richards.
29th Dec '15 1:49:50 AM WillBGood
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* Detective Charlie Crews from Series/{{Life}} is something of a CuckooCloudlander thanks to his 12-years of wrongful imprisonment after being framed for several murders and discovering Zen Buddhism as a way to stay sane in prison. He's a great example of BewareTheNiceOnes, with a dark and dangerous streak running below his outwardly calm and friendly demeanor, but he's a firm believer in letting go of his anger instead of acting on it. But as he draws closer to finding the real killer, the man who murdered Charlie's best friend and his family, and the culprits of the frame-job that sent him to jail, Charlie is torn between the beliefs and ideals which saved his life and kept him sane in prison and the overwhelming desire for revenge. In the first season finale, he settles for justice instead ([[PerpSweating though he lets the killer ''think'' he's decided on revenge to coax a confession out of him]]).
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* Detective Charlie Crews from Series/{{Life}} is something of a CuckooCloudlander CloudCuckoolander thanks to his 12-years of wrongful imprisonment after being framed for several murders and discovering Zen Buddhism as a way to stay sane in prison. He's a great example of BewareTheNiceOnes, with a dark and dangerous streak running below his outwardly calm and friendly demeanor, but he's a firm believer in letting go of his anger instead of acting on it. But as he draws closer to finding the real killer, the man who murdered Charlie's best friend and his family, and the culprits of the frame-job that sent him to jail, Charlie is torn between the beliefs and ideals which saved his life and kept him sane in prison and the overwhelming desire for revenge. In the first season finale, he settles for justice instead ([[PerpSweating though he lets the killer ''think'' he's decided on revenge to coax a confession out of him]]).
28th Dec '15 4:55:41 PM Anddrix
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* The reason for ComicBook/DoctorDoom's supervillainy is the fact that he blames [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]] for every single thing that has ever happened to him, [[StartOfDarkness starting with]] his disfigurement, and wants nothing more than to cause him as much pain as possible in revenge. This actually makes them quite different from many other pairs of [[ArchEnemy Arch Enemies]]: for example, SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker are the nemeses of the respective heroes because they start out as being a certain way and, due to their differences with the hero, grow to hate them and eventually focus on them. Doom, on the other hand, is a supervillain who branches out to become an enemy of every single Marvel superhero out there, but every single thing he does can be eventually traced back to his hatred of Reed Richards.
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* The reason for ComicBook/DoctorDoom's Doctor Doom's supervillainy is the fact that he blames [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]] for every single thing that has ever happened to him, [[StartOfDarkness starting with]] his disfigurement, and wants nothing more than to cause him as much pain as possible in revenge. This actually makes them quite different from many other pairs of [[ArchEnemy Arch Enemies]]: for example, SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker are the nemeses of the respective heroes because they start out as being a certain way and, due to their differences with the hero, grow to hate them and eventually focus on them. Doom, on the other hand, is a supervillain who branches out to become an enemy of every single Marvel superhero out there, but every single thing he does can be eventually traced back to his hatred of Reed Richards.
16th Dec '15 10:39:05 AM danime91
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*** Then again, Hidan was a dangerous, AxeCrazy psychopath and wanted criminal, so really Shikamaru was just doing his job while having personal reasons for wanting to see it done.
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