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1st May '17 10:55:28 PM darkemyst
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* ''Comicbook/{{Azrael}}'': Jean-Paul Valley's stint as Franchise/{{Batman}} during the "Knightquest" portion of the ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' storyline was this. After being doused with the Scarecrow's Fear Gas, the hypnotic trance known as The System kicked in, haunting Jean-Paul with images of his father and of Saint Dumas, the "creator" of the order he once was part of. As he's haunted by these apparitions, The System drives him to be more brutal and continuously modify the Bat-Costume, the pinnacle being when he allowed Abbatoir to die, condemning his captive to death, modifying the Bat-Costume to the point where it was less Batman and more Azrael and outright alienating Robin, Commissioner Gordon, and ''Bruce Wayne'' and deciding that all criminals need to be put out of their misery. It's at that point that Bruce decides enough is enough and sets out to take back the Mantle of the Bat.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Azrael}}'': Jean-Paul Valley's stint as Franchise/{{Batman}} during the "Knightquest" portion of the ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' storyline was this. After being doused with the Scarecrow's Fear Gas, the hypnotic trance known as The System kicked in, haunting Jean-Paul with images of his father and of Saint Dumas, the "creator" of the order he once was part of. As he's haunted by these apparitions, The System drives him to be more brutal and continuously modify the Bat-Costume, the pinnacle being when he allowed Abbatoir to die, condemning his captive to death, modifying the Bat-Costume to the point where it was less Batman and more Azrael and outright kicking [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]] out of the Batcave and working against him, alienating Robin, Commissioner Gordon, and ''Bruce Wayne'' and deciding that all criminals need to be put out of their misery. It's at that point that Bruce decides enough is enough and sets out to take back the Mantle of the Bat.
28th Mar '17 8:07:56 PM Melmo00082
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18th Jan '17 11:59:03 AM dracogeorge
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* [[Franchise/MassEffect Miranda Lawson]] under goes this in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11521278/1/It-Got-Loose-and-Killed-All-Our-Guys-The-Project-Lazarus-Story It Got Loose and Killed All Our Guys: The Project Lazarus Story]]'', brought on by a mixture of being asked to bring someone back from the dead, the Illusive Man randomly asking for her to add modifications to Shepard[[note]] In order: [[FrickinLaserBeams laser]] [[EyeBeam eyes]], [[{{Hermaphrodite}} a vagina]], making him a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]], the ability to [[SuperSpit spit acid]], and [[BrickJoke a boob]](only one, though)[[/note]], dealing with [[OnlySaneMan her]] ([[HighTurnoverRate rapidly dying]]) [[SurroundedByIdiots co-workers]], and the sheer isolation.[[spoiler: She eventually declares [[DeadPersonConversation Dead Shepard]] her best, and only, friend, and feels betrayed when he comes back to life]].
16th Jan '17 10:24:33 PM FindingTrueBlue
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* Burr shows shades of this in the song "The World Was Wide Enough" during ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''. It's particularly evident in the line "This man will not make an orphan of my daughter!"
9th Jan '17 11:53:30 AM JamesAustin
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* Blanche in ''Theatre/AStreetcarNamedDesire'' as well as the film adaption with VivienLeigh.

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* Blanche in ''Theatre/AStreetcarNamedDesire'' as well as the film adaption with VivienLeigh.Creator/VivienLeigh.
7th Jan '17 6:57:10 PM Nyame
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* ''FanFic/TransformersAnimatedCybertronianGenesis'': One of the main focuses of the narrative for both the original story and its sequel is Megatron's slow descent into madness as his obsession with defeating Optimus Prime grows. Eventually, it becomes so bad that ''Starscream'' calls him out on it. [[spoiler:He only manages to snap out of it when Gigatron gets involved]].
2nd Dec '16 1:19:15 AM Tron80
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** ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan'' During the climax, Superman thinks his ex-friend Lex was always about to lose it... and he's finally lost it.

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** ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan'' During the climax, Superman thinks his ex-friend Lex Comicbook/LexLuthor was always about to lose it... and he's finally lost it.
2nd Dec '16 1:17:39 AM Tron80
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* In Franchise/{{Superman}} story ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', super-villain Radion got radioactive powers because of an accident. His sanity has been deteriorating since, and he has become a raving, murderous, megalomaniac lunatic.
* [[Comicbook/{{Azrael}} Jean-Paul Valley's]] stint as Franchise/{{Batman}} during the "Knightquest" portion of the ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' storyline was this. After being doused with the Scarecrow's Fear Gas, the hypnotic trance known as The System kicked in, haunting Jean-Paul with images of his father and of Saint Dumas, the "creator" of the order he once was part of. As he's haunted by these apparitions, The System drives him to be more brutal and continuously modify the Bat-Costume, the pinnacle being when he allowed Abbatoir to die, condemning his captive to death, modifying the Bat-Costume to the point where it was less Batman and more Azrael and outright alienating Robin, Commissioner Gordon, and ''Bruce Wayne'' and deciding that all criminals need to be put out of their misery. It's at that point that Bruce decides enough is enough and sets out to take back the Mantle of the Bat.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}:
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In Franchise/{{Superman}} story ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'', super-villain Radion got radioactive powers because of an accident. His sanity has been deteriorating since, and he has become a raving, murderous, megalomaniac lunatic.
** ''Comicbook/SupermanVsTheAmazingSpiderMan'' During the climax, Superman thinks his ex-friend Lex was always about to lose it... and he's finally lost it.
--->'''Superman:''' Luthor's slipping the pressure is beginning to get to him! He's always walked a fine line between genius and insanity and this time, I think he's taken the fatal fall!
* [[Comicbook/{{Azrael}} ''Comicbook/{{Azrael}}'': Jean-Paul Valley's]] Valley's stint as Franchise/{{Batman}} during the "Knightquest" portion of the ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' storyline was this. After being doused with the Scarecrow's Fear Gas, the hypnotic trance known as The System kicked in, haunting Jean-Paul with images of his father and of Saint Dumas, the "creator" of the order he once was part of. As he's haunted by these apparitions, The System drives him to be more brutal and continuously modify the Bat-Costume, the pinnacle being when he allowed Abbatoir to die, condemning his captive to death, modifying the Bat-Costume to the point where it was less Batman and more Azrael and outright alienating Robin, Commissioner Gordon, and ''Bruce Wayne'' and deciding that all criminals need to be put out of their misery. It's at that point that Bruce decides enough is enough and sets out to take back the Mantle of the Bat.
29th Nov '16 9:51:49 PM megasonic01
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* ''Fanfic/LePapillonRising'' takes Adrien Agreste from Miraculous Ladybug, and slowly twists him into a psychotic, obsessive, slightly socipathic {{Yandere}} through use of the Butterfly Miraculous. It's worth noting that this is an AU where Adrien is the main villain.



* ''Fanfic/LePapillonRising'' takes Adrien Agreste from Miraculous Ladybug, and slowly twists him into a psychotic, obsessive, slightly socipathic {{Yandere}} through use of the Butterfly Miraculous. It's worth noting that this is an AU where Adrien is the main villain.

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* ''Fanfic/LePapillonRising'' takes Adrien Agreste from Miraculous Ladybug, and slowly twists him into a psychotic, obsessive, slightly socipathic {{Yandere}} through use of the Butterfly Miraculous. It's worth noting that this is an AU where Adrien is the main villain.
29th Nov '16 11:34:40 AM sophiacrutchfeild
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* ''Fanfic/LePapillonRising'' takes Adrien Agreste from Miraculous Ladybug, and slowly twists him into a psychotic, obsessive, slightly socipathic {{Yandere}} through use of the Butterfly Miraculous. It's worth noting that this is an AU where Adrien is the main villain.
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