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22nd Jul '17 5:03:44 AM Shadowgazer
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Generally, if the person affected by SelectiveSlaughter is a villain the FlawExploitation is treated as ingenious on the part of the heroes, but if the person is TheHero, it's considered low. Yeah, a bit of a DoubleStandard. This very often results in a GoThroughMe scenario.

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Generally, if the person affected by SelectiveSlaughter is a villain the FlawExploitation is treated as ingenious on the part of the heroes, but if the person is TheHero, it's considered low. Yeah, a bit of a DoubleStandard. Unless of course it is done specifically to introduce [[BlackAndGrayMorality a little grey to the heroic side]]. This very often results in a GoThroughMe scenario.



* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb, and [[spoiler:did this to D'Artagnan, making this a case of stone cold vengeance]]. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the black slaves present to leave the house. Apart from the one who actually [[spoiler:not only ''has'' benefitted from being a slave but was also just as much a tormentor of the slaves and the one who destroyed his plans and hopes of leaving with Brunhilde, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.]]

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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, Candyland (because every white person around Candyland deserves it), making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb, and [[spoiler:did this to D'Artagnan, making this a case of stone cold vengeance]]. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the black slaves present to leave the house. Apart from the one who actually [[spoiler:not only ''has'' benefitted from being a slave but was also just as much a tormentor of the slaves and the one who destroyed his plans and hopes of leaving with Brunhilde, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.]]
8th Mar '17 6:00:36 PM nombretomado
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* In MercedesLackey's ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Oathbound]]'' series, the sword Need has a ''geas'' that prohibits the wielder from harming women, and at least one villain has used a GenderBender to get around this.

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* In MercedesLackey's Creator/MercedesLackey's ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Oathbound]]'' series, the sword Need has a ''geas'' that prohibits the wielder from harming women, and at least one villain has used a GenderBender to get around this.
14th Apr '16 3:41:04 AM Dravencour
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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the black slaves present to leave the house. Apart from the one who actually [[spoiler: not only ''has'' benefitted from being a slave but was also just as much a tormentor of the slaves and the one who destroyed his plans and hopes of leaving with Brunhilde, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.]]

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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb.limb, and [[spoiler:did this to D'Artagnan, making this a case of stone cold vengeance]]. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the black slaves present to leave the house. Apart from the one who actually [[spoiler: not [[spoiler:not only ''has'' benefitted from being a slave but was also just as much a tormentor of the slaves and the one who destroyed his plans and hopes of leaving with Brunhilde, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.]]
24th Mar '16 12:17:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* Patrick Bateman from AmericanPsycho seems to be unable to kill people who love him. He wants to kill his coworker, Luis Carruthers, but when he learns that Luis is in love with him, he's physically unable to do it.

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* Patrick Bateman from AmericanPsycho ''Literature/AmericanPsycho'' seems to be unable to kill people who love him. He wants to kill his coworker, Luis Carruthers, but when he learns that Luis is in love with him, he's physically unable to do it.
23rd Mar '16 6:24:06 AM Shadowgazer
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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the negroes present to leave the house. Apart from the one who actually ''has'' benefited from being a slave, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.

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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the negroes black slaves present to leave the house. Apart from the one who actually [[spoiler: not only ''has'' benefited benefitted from being a slave, slave but was also just as much a tormentor of the slaves and the one who destroyed his plans and hopes of leaving with Brunhilde, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last. last.]]
12th Jun '15 8:28:02 PM Willbyr
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* Averted in Warhammer40K: The Chaos god [[WarGod Khorne]] ''used'' to be the god of martial honor and prowess, whose [[BloodKnight followers]] would not attack defenseless victims. Nowadays, "Khorne cares not from where the blood flows, so long as it flows", and the only distinction is that they'll leave defenseless targets alone only as long as there's a WorthyOpponent nearby.

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* Averted in Warhammer40K: ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'': The Chaos god [[WarGod Khorne]] ''used'' to be the god of martial honor and prowess, whose [[BloodKnight followers]] would not attack defenseless victims. Nowadays, "Khorne cares not from where the blood flows, so long as it flows", and the only distinction is that they'll leave defenseless targets alone only as long as there's a WorthyOpponent nearby.
22nd May '15 10:09:48 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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* Jack Noir, one of the villains in {{Homestuck}}, is unable to attack Jade after [[spoiler: Bec was prototyped, as Jack gained Bec's affection for Jade along with his power.]] This is used by Dave during a fight.

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* Jack Noir, one of the villains in {{Homestuck}}, ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', is unable to attack Jade after [[spoiler: Bec was prototyped, as Jack gained Bec's affection for Jade along with his power.]] This is used by Dave during a fight.
14th May '15 7:40:55 PM ZerroDefex
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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the negroes present to step to one side out of the line of fire. Apart from the one who actually ''has'' benefited from being a slave, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.

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* In ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', Django is mad enough to kill every white person in and around Candyland, making a special detour just to off the white mastiff handlers who train large dogs to rip black people limb from limb. However, during the final showdown, he takes care to courteously ask the negroes present to step to one side out of leave the line of fire.house. Apart from the one who actually ''has'' benefited from being a slave, Candy's Uncle Tom estate manager Stephen, who he saves for last.
12th Sep '14 5:16:59 AM LadyJafaria
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* In a ''Series/CSINewYork'' episode, a hitman (who's trying much too hard to present himself as a sophisticated assassin type) turns himself and the woman who hired him in after she found out new information about the death of her daughter and changed targets, because the hitman didn't want to kill a woman.
21st Apr '14 7:24:44 AM sgamer82
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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', [[spoiler: since a "Mark of Justice" was put upon him, Belkar cannot deal lethal damage to any living creature inside the boundaries of any city, town or village without setting off the mark -- thus restricting him to killing things outside the boundaries, destroying undead, or knocking people around with Nonlethal damage. And he still trips it off.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', [[spoiler: since when a "Mark of Justice" was put upon him, him Belkar cannot could not deal lethal damage to any living creature inside the boundaries of any city, town or village without setting off the mark -- thus restricting mark's full punishment. This restricted him to killing things outside the city boundaries, destroying undead, or knocking people around with Nonlethal damage. And he still trips This gets used against him to trip it off.]]
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