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23rd Jan '16 2:53:58 AM Hanz
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* In ''Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', the Imperial Agent can become this at the end of their story [[spoiler:by bringing the Black Codex to the Minister of Intelligence, who uses it to erase your identity]] so you can act as an independent agent without Sith jurisdiction.

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* In ''Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', the Imperial Agent can become this at the end of their story [[spoiler:by bringing the Black Codex to the Minister of Intelligence, who uses it to erase your identity]] so you can act as an independent agent who protects the Empire without Sith jurisdiction.jurisdiction. It's a mixed-bag since you're freeing yourself of a fascist Empire that runs on evil so you can protect said evil Empire on your own terms.
23rd Jan '16 2:52:10 AM Hanz
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* In ''Videogame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', the Imperial Agent can become this at the end of their story [[spoiler:by bringing the Black Codex to the Minister of Intelligence, who uses it to erase your identity]] so you can act as an independent agent without Sith jurisdiction.
22nd Jan '16 11:34:46 AM AHI-3000
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "It's Goin' Down", [[{{Expy}} Jack]] [[Series/{{24}} Flowers]] decides to go vigilante on the [[AristocratsAreEvil Wunclers]], who were planning to commit a pseudo-terrorist bombing for a [[{{Greed}} convoluted scam]]:

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "It's Goin' Down", [[{{Expy}} Jack]] [[Series/{{24}} [[Series/TwentyFour Flowers]] decides to go vigilante on the [[AristocratsAreEvil Wunclers]], who were planning to commit a pseudo-terrorist bombing for a [[{{Greed}} convoluted scam]]:
22nd Jan '16 11:30:07 AM AHI-3000
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "It's Goin' Down", [[{{Expy}} Jack]] [[Series/{{24}} Flowers]] decides to go vigilante on the [[AristocratsAreEvil Wunclers]], who were planning to commit a pseudo-terrorist bombing for a [[{{Greed}} convoluted scam]]:
-->'''Chief:''' Sorry Jack, [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney turns out some people are above the law]]. [[KarmaHoudini The Wunclers will not pay for what they did today]], you have my word. Good work everyone, have a good weekend. And oh, [[TemptingFate no going rogue]].\\
'''Jack:''' [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight I'm going rogue.]]
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14th Jan '16 12:32:59 AM damus2300
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* Gabe Logan and Lian Xing go rogue at the end of the first ''VideoGame/SyphonFilter''.
13th Jan '16 11:40:15 PM damus2300
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* A number of Division undercover agents decided to go rogue and stopped obeying orders from Division after ''Series/{{Nikita}}'' took over in season 3.

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* A *A number of Division undercover agents decided to go rogue and stopped obeying orders from Division after ''Series/{{Nikita}}'' took over in season 3.



* Tassadar from ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' was marked a traitor by the Protoss Conclave after he decided to work with Terrans to defeat the Zerg.

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* ''Franchise/StarCraft''
** Raynor was charged with treason for aiding the Sons of Korhal with evacuating a city.
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Tassadar from ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' was marked a traitor by the Protoss Conclave after he decided to work with Terrans to defeat the Zerg.
13th Jan '16 11:33:24 PM damus2300
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* This is a constant issue in ''Series/{{Nikita}}''.
** Division was originally a clandestine organization working for the US government, but its leader, Percy, went rogue and blackmailed his superiors into giving him complete autonomy. Division still acts to support the interests of the US but they also perform 'side missions' that further Percy's ambitions or help fund the organization.
** Oversight, the group who sponsored Division, was itself a rogue group composed of prominent politicians, businessmen and military officers who acted without the knowledge and permission of the U.S. President or Congress.
** A number of Division undercover agents decided to go rogue and stopped obeying orders from Division.

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* This is a constant issue in ''Series/{{Nikita}}''.
** Division was originally a clandestine organization working for the US government, but its leader, Percy, went rogue and blackmailed his superiors into giving him complete autonomy. Division still acts to support the interests of the US but they also perform 'side missions' that further Percy's ambitions or help fund the organization.
** Oversight, the group who sponsored Division, was itself a rogue group composed of prominent politicians, businessmen and military officers who acted without the knowledge and permission of the U.S. President or Congress.
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*A number of Division undercover agents decided to go rogue and stopped obeying orders from Division.Division after ''Series/{{Nikita}}'' took over in season 3.


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* Tassadar from ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' was marked a traitor by the Protoss Conclave after he decided to work with Terrans to defeat the Zerg.
13th Dec '15 11:41:47 AM Quanyails
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** In the first film, Ethan Hunt is framed to be a rogue agent after an operation gone wrong, and the rest of the film he has to [[ClearMyName clear his name]] by finding the ''real'' rogue agent, who is [[spoiler: Jim Phelps, the protagonist of the original TV series, in one of the most infamous FaceHeelTurn in the history of cinema.]]

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** In the first film, Ethan Hunt is framed to be a rogue agent after an operation gone wrong, and the rest of the film he has to [[ClearMyName clear his name]] by finding the ''real'' rogue agent, who is [[spoiler: Jim Phelps, the protagonist of the original TV series, in one of the most infamous FaceHeelTurn {{Face Heel Turn}}s in the history of cinema.]]
28th Nov '15 1:46:07 PM nombretomado
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** ''Film/{{Goldeneye}}'': [[spoiler:[[SeanBean Alec Trevelyan]], agent 006]], who was believed dead and turns out to be the BigBad.

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** ''Film/{{Goldeneye}}'': [[spoiler:[[SeanBean [[spoiler:[[Creator/SeanBean Alec Trevelyan]], agent 006]], who was believed dead and turns out to be the BigBad.
23rd Nov '15 10:06:28 PM jormis29
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* ''[[SplinterCell Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction]]'' has protagonist Sam Fisher on the run, regarded as a rouge agent by his own people.

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* ''[[SplinterCell Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction]]'' ''VideoGame/SplinterCellConviction'' has protagonist Sam Fisher on the run, regarded as a rouge agent by his own people.
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