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9th Aug '17 11:41:21 PM PaulA
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-->Dr. Jonathan Crane, ''Film/BatmanBegins''

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-->Dr. -->-- '''Dr. Jonathan Crane, Crane''', ''Film/BatmanBegins''



* Nurse Ratched in ''OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest''.

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* Nurse Ratched in ''OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest''.''Literature/OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest''.
9th Aug '17 11:39:35 AM Palhinuk
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* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' has Torch Weaver. He's a constantly-grinning, overweight blonde man who looks like a stereotypical suburban dad. He's even a teetotaler and prefers using "shucks" and "golly" instead of actual cursing. He is also a bounty hunter and a professional pyromaniac who has little reservation using his flamethrower on defenseless targets. According to him, he even burned his wife and child alive.
2nd Aug '17 4:57:39 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Bolton family use a flayed man as their sigil and have a legendary reputation for torture. Roose Bolton is as calm and courteous a lord as Westeros can offer, but [[EstablishingCharacterMoment in his very first scene]], he advocates torturing prisoners for information as if it's the only logical course of action, even while acknowledging that few if any of them will have any useful intelligence. [[spoiler:He also [[MoralEventHorizon betrays Robb at the Red Wedding]]]]. Bolton doesn't actually whisper his lines as he does in the books (it's [=McElhatton=]'s usual deep voice) but his dialogue stands out because of how impeccably enunciated it is, in stark contrast to the OopNorth brogue often exhibited by the other Northern lords. And then there's [[spoiler:his [[BastardBastard bastard son Ramsay]]]]. In every sense of the word.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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The Bolton family use a flayed man as their sigil and have a legendary reputation for torture. Roose Bolton is as calm and courteous a lord as Westeros can offer, but [[EstablishingCharacterMoment in his very first scene]], he advocates torturing prisoners for information as if it's the only logical course of action, even while acknowledging that few if any of them will have any useful intelligence. [[spoiler:He also [[MoralEventHorizon betrays Robb at the Red Wedding]]]]. Bolton doesn't actually whisper his lines as he does in the books (it's [=McElhatton=]'s usual deep voice) but his dialogue stands out because of how impeccably enunciated it is, in stark contrast to the OopNorth brogue often exhibited by the other Northern lords. And then there's [[spoiler:his [[BastardBastard bastard son Ramsay]]]]. In every sense of the word.word.
** In Cersei's monstrous actions during "The Winds of Winter," she keeps a very soft tone of voice. This is especially apparent in her treatment of Sister Unella.
23rd Jul '17 6:39:47 PM BarbarousNeonate
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* [[BlackKnight Yuber]] from {{VideoGame/Suikoden}} series.
--> ''"So you understand my power, do you? Well then, don't bother to struggle against my sword. I'll chop you all into little pieces, making sure you feel no pain."''
23rd Jul '17 5:50:53 PM BarbarousNeonate
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* [[BlackKnight Yuber]] from {{VideoGame/Suikoden}} series.
--> ''"So you understand my power, do you? Well then, don't bother to struggle against my sword. I'll chop you all into little pieces, making sure you feel no pain."''
11th Jul '17 7:45:06 AM avon
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* Kurt Gerhardt in TheNineties ''{{Foolkiller}}'' series. He was said by a drug kingpin to be crazier than ThePunisher, yet he was not the boiling angry man with a gun that was Frank Castle. His modus operandi was always to have a Socratic debate with his intended target, just so that he could uncover a logical fallacy or hole in their argument. The coda of each debate always being his bottom line followed by "I think you're a fool. I kill fools". It was always important to Gerhardt that his targets knew why they were being killed; equally important that witnesses understood as well.
28th May '17 10:57:14 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Bolton family use a flayed man as their sigil and have a legendary reputation for torture. Roose Bolton is as calm and courteous a lord as Westeros can offer, but [[EstablishingCharacterMoment in his very first scene]], he advocates torturing prisoners for information as if it's the only logical course of action, even while acknowledging that few if any of them will have any useful intelligence. [[spoiler:He also [[MoralEventHorizon betrays Robb at the Red Wedding]]]]. Bolton doesn't actually whisper his lines as he does in the books (it's McElhatton's usual deep voice) but his dialogue stands out because of how impeccably enunciated it is, in stark contrast to the OopNorth brogue often exhibited by the other Northern lords. And then there's [[spoiler:his [[BastardBastard bastard son Ramsay]]]]. In every sense of the word.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Bolton family use a flayed man as their sigil and have a legendary reputation for torture. Roose Bolton is as calm and courteous a lord as Westeros can offer, but [[EstablishingCharacterMoment in his very first scene]], he advocates torturing prisoners for information as if it's the only logical course of action, even while acknowledging that few if any of them will have any useful intelligence. [[spoiler:He also [[MoralEventHorizon betrays Robb at the Red Wedding]]]]. Bolton doesn't actually whisper his lines as he does in the books (it's McElhatton's [=McElhatton=]'s usual deep voice) but his dialogue stands out because of how impeccably enunciated it is, in stark contrast to the OopNorth brogue often exhibited by the other Northern lords. And then there's [[spoiler:his [[BastardBastard bastard son Ramsay]]]]. In every sense of the word.
28th May '17 10:56:44 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Bolton family use a flayed man as their sigil and have a legendary reputation for torture. Roose Bolton is as calm and courteous a lord as Westeros can offer, but [[EstablishingCharacterMoment in his very first scene]], he advocates torturing prisoners for information as if it's the only logical course of action, even while acknowledging that few if any of them will have any useful intelligence. [[spoiler:He also [[MoralEventHorizon betrays Robb at the Red Wedding]]]]. And then there's [[spoiler:his [[BastardBastard bastard son Ramsay]]]]. In every sense of the word.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Bolton family use a flayed man as their sigil and have a legendary reputation for torture. Roose Bolton is as calm and courteous a lord as Westeros can offer, but [[EstablishingCharacterMoment in his very first scene]], he advocates torturing prisoners for information as if it's the only logical course of action, even while acknowledging that few if any of them will have any useful intelligence. [[spoiler:He also [[MoralEventHorizon betrays Robb at the Red Wedding]]]]. Bolton doesn't actually whisper his lines as he does in the books (it's McElhatton's usual deep voice) but his dialogue stands out because of how impeccably enunciated it is, in stark contrast to the OopNorth brogue often exhibited by the other Northern lords. And then there's [[spoiler:his [[BastardBastard bastard son Ramsay]]]]. In every sense of the word.
21st May '17 10:33:17 AM nombretomado
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* Akechi Mitsuhide from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', a consummate CombatSadomasochist, speaks using a seductive yet sinister purr in both the [[ShowHayami Japanese]] and [[VicMignogna English]] versions. However, in the Japanese he tends to turn into a LargeHam when excited.

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* Akechi Mitsuhide from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', a consummate CombatSadomasochist, speaks using a seductive yet sinister purr in both the [[ShowHayami [[Creator/ShowHayami Japanese]] and [[VicMignogna [[Creator/VicMignogna English]] versions. However, in the Japanese he tends to turn into a LargeHam when excited.
18th May '17 6:23:07 AM naal2
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** His brother Cooler is also this, especially in the Latin dub. Not only that, he never raises his voice in any of his appearances. Though it's subverted in his fifth from, which gives him a deep, gravelly, growling voice.
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