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19th Apr '16 8:00:15 AM Kakai
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* ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'' has father Jeronimo, Emperor's confessor, who everyone agrees is creepy and who has not been seen by anyone in ''years''. He has fundamentalist views and seems to be influencing the Emperor to start wars.
18th Apr '16 9:40:10 PM JackG
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* At the start of ''Film/TheRightStuff'', the widow of a test pilot is shown cowering in fear from the saturnine black-clad priest sent to inform her of her husband's death. He's merely the BearerOfBadNews however, and not actually malevolent.
6th Apr '16 9:54:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* Cardinal Patrick Henry Roark from ''SinCity'', the most nefarious member of the city's CorruptChurch and just one member of the series resident powerful BigScrewedUpFamily.

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* Cardinal Patrick Henry Roark from ''SinCity'', ''ComicBook/SinCity'', the most nefarious member of the city's CorruptChurch and just one member of the series resident powerful BigScrewedUpFamily.
21st Mar '16 11:25:36 AM Clessus
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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing, while at the same time he turns a blind eye to the other villager's many misdeeds. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.

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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly (mostly) innocent mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing, while at the same time he turns a blind eye to the other villager's villagers' many misdeeds. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.
21st Mar '16 11:10:43 AM Clessus
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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing, while at the same time ignoring the other villager's misdeeds. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.

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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing, while at the same time ignoring he turns a blind eye to the other villager's many misdeeds. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.
21st Mar '16 11:05:57 AM Clessus
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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.

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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing.wrongdoing, while at the same time ignoring the other villager's misdeeds. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.
21st Mar '16 11:05:04 AM Clessus
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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.

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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar]] [[KnightTemplar Knight Templar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.
21st Mar '16 11:03:43 AM Clessus
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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''.

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* The Reverend from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. He initially seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest, but is actually a [[KnightTemplar]] psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by and gives children to Salamandra (who perform horrific genetic experiments on them). He then tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice, as there is no real evidence she was guilty of any wrongdoing. If Geralt prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.
11th Feb '16 12:41:23 PM Morgenthaler
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* Zoser, the high priest in ''{{Aida}}'', and his {{mooks}} are slowly using arsenic to kill their pharaoh.
* ''HenryVI'' has the Bishop of Winchester, later Cardinal of Winchester, who orders his half-brother's death in an attempt to secure the crown and is noted by all other characters to be a depraved and power-hungry man.

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* Zoser, the high priest in ''{{Aida}}'', ''Theatre/{{Aida}}'', and his {{mooks}} are slowly using arsenic to kill their pharaoh.
* ''HenryVI'' ''Theatre/HenryVI'' has the Bishop of Winchester, later Cardinal of Winchester, who orders his half-brother's death in an attempt to secure the crown and is noted by all other characters to be a depraved and power-hungry man.
26th Jan '16 1:18:32 PM rjung
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* The Rabbi from ''Film/LuckyNumberSlevin,'' who is a major crime boss in the city. He justifies his criminal activities by creative interpretation of the Bible.
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