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7th Jan '17 9:18:46 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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7th Jan '17 9:18:07 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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6th Jan '17 1:27:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* Achilles' chief motivation for leaving the Greek army during the Trojan War, the initiating action of the plot of {{Homer}}'s ''Literature/TheIliad'', is vengeance against the Greek commander Agamemnon for taking his trophy wench. His withdrawal from the fighting (and the subsequent plea to Zeus to give victories to the Trojan cause in Achilles's absence made at his behest by his mother) leads to his cousin's demise.

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* Achilles' chief motivation for leaving the Greek army during the Trojan War, the initiating action of the plot of {{Homer}}'s Creator/{{Homer}}'s ''Literature/TheIliad'', is vengeance against the Greek commander Agamemnon for taking his trophy wench. His withdrawal from the fighting (and the subsequent plea to Zeus to give victories to the Trojan cause in Achilles's absence made at his behest by his mother) leads to his cousin's demise.
9th Nov '16 8:55:40 PM Sonic5421
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** In the Season 6 finale, "To Where and Back Again", [[spoiler:after having not been seen in the show since the Royal Wedding, Queen Chrysalis and her Changeling Swarm return for revenge for that defeat by taking their previous plan UpToEleven with kidnapping all five Alicorn Princesses, Prince Shining Armor, Spike, and the Elements of Harmony, essentially decapitating Equestria's government and primary defenses in one fall swoop to clear the way for a full-scale invasion. However, thanks to Starlight Glimmer and Thorax, a traitor to the Swarm, the Swarm pulls a HeelRaceTurn and destroy Chrysalis' throne, free the ponies they kidnapped and cocooned, and effectively go from enemies to Equestria to one of their most powerful allies, except Chrysalis, who swears revenge again over losing everything and escapes to return in the future to take her vengeance on Starlight, then possibly the Royal Family and Mane Six again.]]
29th Oct '16 12:54:43 PM nombretomado
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' after his defeat Phantom Limb renames himself Revenge, collects a gang of [[VillainousBreakdown inanimate objects]], and goes on a campaign against The Guild ([[TheGuild Not that one]]).

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' after his defeat Phantom Limb renames himself Revenge, collects a gang of [[VillainousBreakdown inanimate objects]], and goes on a campaign against The Guild ([[TheGuild ([[WebVideo/TheGuild Not that one]]).
22nd Oct '16 5:04:44 PM CountDorku
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** The enmity between the Space Marines and their Chaotic parallels may have originated in Horus's ambition and the schemes of the Chaos Gods, but it's been marinated in vengeance until both sides would gladly see every last one of the other faction dead in a ditch. The reason Calth is a world of subterranean cultures, scarred by a radioactive sun? The Word Bearers' revenge for Monarchia. The reason the Ultramarines have kept the clock on that engagement running for ten thousand years, seeking out the Word Bearers whenever they return from the Eye of Terror? Revenge for Calth (admittedly mingled with general responsibility - defending Imperial citizens from people like the Word Bearers is also their job). The reason Angron turned on the Emperor at the first opportunity? Revenge for his fellow gladiators, who the Emperor abandoned to their deaths. Chaos Marines are generally better at drawing strength from these ten thousand years of trading causes for loathing, since time flows weirdly in the Warp, meaning many of them remember wounds inflicted thousands of years ago and losses in battles dating back to the Heresy.
9th Oct '16 12:13:34 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Aquila}}'': Queen Boudicca's motive for her war against the Romans is to avenge her daughters being raped by Roman soldiers and her own person flogged in the square on the orders of Britain's governor.
9th Oct '16 11:21:27 AM Steven
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* The ''Franchise/GrandTheftAuto'' franchise always has some form of revenge, usually due to being betrayed by someone. ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' is a notable example since the entire story is about getting revenge on the player character's former girlfriend who shot him after a bank heist and took all the money for herself.
9th Oct '16 11:20:42 AM Steven
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* The ''Franchise/GrandTheftAuto'' franchise always has some form of revenge, usually due to being betrayed by someone. ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII'' is a notable example since the entire story is about getting revenge on the player character's former girlfriend who shot him after a bank heist and took all the money for herself.
* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' is all about revenge, which is why so many of the murders happen. One very notable example is in ''Justice for All'' with Franziska von Karma, the daughter of prosecutor Manfred von Karma. She goes after Phoenix Wright in court and brags at how she will defeat him with her logic and power as a prosecutor, which leads Phoenix to believe that she's seeking revenge due to [[spoiler: Manfred being found guilty of murder and possibly forging evidence. It's subverted when Franziska reveals that she doesn't care about what happened to her father and her actual reason for revenge is because Phoenix bested Edgeworth in court and she wanted to be the one to do the deed. Ergo, Phoenix ruined her chance at getting revenge at Edgeworth for always besting her and being the favorite child of Manfred.]]
8th Oct '16 3:16:11 PM Arha
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* Katara in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is not a forgiving girl and holds a grudge against Zuko longer than anyone in the group, but asks for his help in ''The Southern Raiders'' to help track down the man that murdered her mother so she can kill him. Aang tells them not to go because revenge isn't worth it and she should just forgive him, but Zuko agrees with her and they set off. They track the man down, but seeing how disgusting and pitiful he is she decides he isn't worth dirtying her hands. She and Zuko return and Aang assumes she's forgiven the man, but the only one she's willing to forgive is Zuko; The murderer was simply too pathetic to kill, but Zuko is genuinely remorseful and trying to repent.
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