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29th Jan '17 5:55:30 PM contrafanxxx
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* ''[[VideoGame/TimeCrisis Time Crisis 5]]'' reveals that [[spoiler: Robert Baxter is the traitor within the VSSE]] in the True Mastermind Edition.
6th Dec '16 4:58:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* A recurring element of the ''Film/MissionImpossible'' series, which is lampshaded in [[WebVideo/HonestTrailers its Honest Trailer video]].
** 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 {{Face Heel Turn}}s in the history of cinema.]]

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* A recurring element of the ''Film/MissionImpossible'' series, ''Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries'', which is lampshaded in [[WebVideo/HonestTrailers its Honest Trailer video]].
** In the first film, ''Film/MissionImpossible'', 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 {{Face Heel Turn}}s in the history of cinema.]]
11th Oct '16 6:09:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''Literature/TheExecutioner''. Mack Bolan starts as a VigilanteMan, gets recruited by the US government as Colonel [[MeaningfulName Phoenix]] for the ColdWar in TheEighties, then goes rogue again after his LoveInterest is killed. He still does the occasional 'deniable' for his old colleagues.

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* ''Literature/TheExecutioner''. Mack Bolan starts as a VigilanteMan, gets recruited by the US government as Colonel [[MeaningfulName Phoenix]] for the ColdWar UsefulNotes/ColdWar in TheEighties, then goes rogue again after his LoveInterest is killed. He still does the occasional 'deniable' for his old colleagues.
28th Aug '16 12:02:09 AM JackG
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* ''Literature/TheExecutioner''. Mack Bolan starts as a VigilanteMan, gets recruited by the US government as Colonel [[MeaningfulName Phoenix]] for the ColdWar in TheEighties, then goes rogue again after his LoveInterest is killed. He still does the occasional 'deniable' for his old colleagues.
30th Jun '16 6:55:53 AM TheWanderer
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For the group version of this, see RenegadeSplinterFaction. Also RenegadeRussian and TerroristsWithoutACause for specific examples of this trope.

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For the group version of this, see RenegadeSplinterFaction. Also RenegadeRussian and TerroristsWithoutACause for specific examples of this trope. Compare FromCamouflageToCriminal.
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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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* 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''.
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