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20th Aug '16 5:54:27 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Dragonlance}}'' - [[spoiler:Eben Shatterstone]].

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* ''{{Dragonlance}}'' ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' - [[spoiler:Eben Shatterstone]].
3rd Aug '16 9:31:09 AM Nepeta
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* LorienLegacies has also got this trope, except it's a '''[[spoiler:[[{{Pun}} Fifth]]]]''' ranger traitor.
2nd Aug '16 8:29:33 PM DPsycho
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** This is all due to Dark Pit being Pit's opposite. But rather than morality, Pit's core virtue is his loyalty.
2nd Aug '16 8:26:08 PM DPsycho
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* Aydana Kozlova in ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars]]'' is a subversion of this trope. [[spoiler: She seemed to betray the team and released the enemy that TheSquad had just captured. It turns out that she only released him so the team would be able to track him down and lead them to the BigBad. Then she joined back your team and was EasilyForgiven.]]

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* Aydana Kozlova in ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars]]'' is a subversion of this trope. [[spoiler: She seemed to betray the team and released the enemy that TheSquad had just captured. It turns out that she only released him so the team would be able to track him down and lead them to the BigBad. Then she joined back rejoined your team and was EasilyForgiven.]]
2nd Aug '16 8:15:16 PM DPsycho
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* The ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' episode "Adam" had the eponymous mind-altering alien that acting as the team's most trusted member. [[DramaticIrony The viewers know he's the bad guy all along]].

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* The ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' episode "Adam" had the eponymous mind-altering alien that acting as the team's most trusted member. [[DramaticIrony The viewers know he's the bad guy all along]].
30th Jul '16 3:34:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* Khunag of ''{{Albion}}'' joins the party as the sixth ranger. He has little role for awhile. Then at one point, the player must infiltrate the cult he once belonged to, and he's the only guide available. He 'guides' the player into declaring war on the cult, slaughtering their best warriors and eventually killing the leader, with whom he had a score to settle.

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* Khunag of ''{{Albion}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Albion}}'' joins the party as the sixth ranger. He has little role for awhile. Then at one point, the player must infiltrate the cult he once belonged to, and he's the only guide available. He 'guides' the player into declaring war on the cult, slaughtering their best warriors and eventually killing the leader, with whom he had a score to settle.



* Aydana Kozlova in ''[[GhostRecon Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars]]'' is a subversion of this trope. [[spoiler: She seemed to betray the team and released the enemy that TheSquad had just captured. It turns out that she only released him so the team would be able to track him down and lead them to the BigBad. Then she joined back your team and was EasilyForgiven.]]

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* Aydana Kozlova in ''[[GhostRecon ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars]]'' is a subversion of this trope. [[spoiler: She seemed to betray the team and released the enemy that TheSquad had just captured. It turns out that she only released him so the team would be able to track him down and lead them to the BigBad. Then she joined back your team and was EasilyForgiven.]]



* UltimaV has [[SdrawkcabName Saduj]] who can join your party, but it turns out he's a spy for the BigBad, not just that but he'll flee every battle you enter massively dropping your karma eventually making the game unwinnable. Really the only use for him (Without him having to join) is that he's the only clue to the existence of the Sandalwood Box that is one of many items you need to beat the game, and that you can make him a [[UriahGambit Hairu]] in a particular battle.

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* UltimaV ''VideoGame/UltimaV'' has [[SdrawkcabName Saduj]] who can join your party, but it turns out he's a spy for the BigBad, not just that but he'll flee every battle you enter massively dropping your karma eventually making the game unwinnable. Really the only use for him (Without him having to join) is that he's the only clue to the existence of the Sandalwood Box that is one of many items you need to beat the game, and that you can make him a [[UriahGambit Hairu]] in a particular battle.
30th Jul '16 2:55:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''GIJoeSigma6'', [[spoiler:Firefly]] ends up betraying the team to Cobra.

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* In ''GIJoeSigma6'', ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeSigma6'', [[spoiler:Firefly]] ends up betraying the team to Cobra.
26th Jul '16 12:56:40 PM Willbyr
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* Kaworu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', although there's enough visual and in-plots hints about people wondering about him that he was deliberately a mysterious character. His character showed up in one episode, which means the time from Introduction to TheReveal about [[spoiler:his identity as The Last Angel]] was about ''fifteen minutes''. Subsequent versions of the story reveal it even faster, likely because [[ItWasHisSled almost anyone watching a remake will know it anyway]]. ''Death & Rebirth'' reveals Kaworu's betrayal before introducing him! The fact that he's first seen in ''Rebuild of Evangelion'' hanging out with Keel Lorentz is a pretty big indication by itself that he's not on NERV's side in the latest iteration of the story, either. [[note]]there is subversion in that He's not with SEELE or even the Angels, either in the end. He picks to side with the Lilim, and decides to at least buy some time for Shinji to survive. Not much good that did anyway, but it's the thought that counted.[[/note]]

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* Kaworu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', although there's enough visual and in-plots hints about people wondering about him that he was deliberately a mysterious character. His character showed up in one episode, which means the time from Introduction to TheReveal about [[spoiler:his identity as The Last Angel]] was about ''fifteen minutes''. Subsequent versions of the story reveal it even faster, likely because [[ItWasHisSled almost anyone watching a remake will know it anyway]]. ''Death & Rebirth'' reveals Kaworu's betrayal before introducing him! The fact that he's first seen in ''Rebuild of Evangelion'' ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' hanging out with Keel Lorentz Lorenz is a pretty big indication by itself that he's not on NERV's side in the latest iteration of the story, either. [[note]]there is subversion in that He's not with SEELE or even the Angels, either in the end. He picks to side with the Lilim, and decides to at least buy some time for Shinji to survive. Not much good that did anyway, but it's the thought that counted.[[/note]]



* [[spoiler:Genpou Saji]] from ''IkkiTousen'' starts like this, manipulating both Rakuyou and Nanyou as a ManBehindTheMan. [[spoiler: [[DefeatMeansFriendship After being defeated, though, he becomes a genuine]] SixthRanger.]] In the anime, at least. The manga's a bit more involved, but [[spoiler:Saji]] was never evil.

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* [[spoiler:Genpou Saji]] from ''IkkiTousen'' ''Manga/IkkiTousen'' starts like this, manipulating both Rakuyou and Nanyou as a ManBehindTheMan. [[spoiler: [[DefeatMeansFriendship After being defeated, though, he becomes a genuine]] SixthRanger.]] In the anime, at least. The manga's a bit more involved, but [[spoiler:Saji]] was never evil.
14th Jul '16 8:49:46 PM H2SO4
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* In the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' [[spoiler: Varrick]] is this for a while to the Krew. Even when he begins manipulating and betraying some of the members, it takes them a while to figure it out. Even after he's exposed, he still thinks they're friends. [[spoiler:He does eventually do a HeelFaceTurn a good two books later]].

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* In the second season of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' [[spoiler: Varrick]] is this for a while to the Krew. Even when he begins manipulating and betraying some of the members, it takes them a while to figure it out. Even after he's exposed, he still thinks they're friends. [[spoiler:He does eventually do a HeelFaceTurn a good two books later]].later, but he had to earn everyone's trust and forgiveness again because of said betrayal]].
26th Jun '16 2:03:09 PM NineTailedCat
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* Lando Calrissian acts as this at in ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' but he quickly makes a HeelFaceTurn and becomes a regular SixthRanger
* Although, was he really a traitor or was he simply a puppet politician put in a stranglehold by Darth Vader, with the full power of the Empire to back him up? Or was is that Lando, realizing he'd been lied to by Vader, finally decide to take a stand?

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* Lando Calrissian acts as this at in ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' but he quickly makes a HeelFaceTurn and becomes a regular SixthRanger
* Although, was he really a traitor or was he simply a puppet politician put in a stranglehold by Darth Vader, with the full power of the Empire to back him up? Or was is that Lando, realizing he'd been lied to by Vader, finally decide to take a stand?
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