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6th Jun '17 6:20:07 PM jormis29
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* In ''The Bridge At Remagen'', Major Kreuger shoots two of his men who try to run away. [[spoiler:He's later executed himself by the SS.]]

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* In ''The Bridge At Remagen'', ''Film/TheBridgeAtRemagen'', Major Kreuger shoots two of his men who try to run away. [[spoiler:He's later executed himself by the SS.]]
10th May '17 9:27:39 AM hello86
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* In Yu Yu Hakusho, Seiryu does this to Byakko

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* In Yu Yu Hakusho, ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', Seiryu does this to Byakko
23rd Apr '17 6:58:32 PM SirPellucidar
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* In Yu Yu Hakusho, Suiryu does this to Byakko

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* In Yu Yu Hakusho, Suiryu Seiryu does this to Byakko
8th Apr '17 2:17:27 PM Chabal2
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** [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Kharn the Betrayer]] earned his name this way.
** TheCommissar is supposed to kill the men in his company, and for any reason he wants.

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** [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Kharn the Betrayer]] earned his name this way.
way on Skalathrax. When night fell, the sub-subzero cold caused both sides to stop fighting and look for shelter. Kharn took offense at this lack of moral fiber and ran around setting the shelters on fire, regardless of who was in them. Through this act, Kharn singlehandedly destroyed both the World Eaters' and the Emperor's Children ability to function as a unified force (limiting them to mercenary work or small warbands), was chosen as Khorne's immortal champion, and was given the fanon reputation of a PsychopathicManchild who sticks melta bombs on troop transports for fun.
** TheCommissar is supposed to kill the men in his company, and for any reason he wants.wants (the actual effect being to have them stop pissing themselves at the giant tank/alien monster/ravenous daemon and shoot it).
18th Feb '17 1:18:13 AM SirPellucidar
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* In Yu Yu Hakusho, Suiryu does this to Byakko
28th Jul '16 8:34:50 PM dpisel01
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** Scott is a characteristic example in ''Revenge of the Island''. He seems more interested in eliminating his own teammates than the other team. He's sneaky enough that he can pull this off without getting booted. As of ''All Stars'', he drops the act and starts playing fair.

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** Scott is a characteristic example in ''Revenge of the Island''. He seems more interested in eliminating his own teammates than the other team.team, wanting to lull the other team into a false sense of security so they will eventually be easier to pick off. He's sneaky enough that he can pull this off without getting booted. As of ''All Stars'', he drops the act and starts playing fair.fair, presumably because he knows that such a strategy wouldn't work twice.
3rd Jul '16 11:45:40 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', Khyron [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Backstabber]] earns his title not from ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, but because he tends to [[TheNeidermeyer shoot his own men]] when they run or when they're in his way. To be fair, in the two occasions shown they had it coming: the first time one of his men jumped the gun in an ambush and nearly ruined it when even Khyron, rightly known for [[LeeroyJenkins attacking even when unnecessary]], was waiting for the right moment (he even {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it); the second time, instead, some of his men were ''[[TooDumbToLive talking of deserting in the middle of a battle before Khyron]]'', who reacted by shooting one to try and get the other to fall back in line (they ran, and the chase started).

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* In ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', Khyron ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''/''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', Kamjin [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Ally-Killer]]/[[DubNameChange Khyron the Backstabber]] earns his title not from ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, but because he tends to [[TheNeidermeyer shoot his own men]] when they run or when they're in his way. To be fair, in the two occasions shown they had it coming: the first time one of his men jumped the gun in an ambush and nearly ruined it when even Khyron, Kamjin/Khyron, rightly known for [[LeeroyJenkins attacking even when unnecessary]], was waiting for the right moment (he even {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it); the second time, instead, some of his men were ''[[TooDumbToLive talking of deserting in the middle of a battle before Khyron]]'', Kamjin/Khyron]]'', who reacted by shooting one to try and get the other to fall back in line (they ran, and the chase started).
19th Jun '16 1:11:10 PM FGHIK
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->''"Fact: The key to any successful cooperative test is trust. And as our data clearly shows, humans cannot be trusted."''

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->''"Fact: The key to any successful cooperative test is trust. And as our data clearly shows, [[HumansAreBastards humans cannot be trusted.trusted]]."''
14th Feb '16 7:48:22 AM SpacemanSpoof
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* [[spoiler: Cypher]] in ''Film/TheMatrix'', after becoming disgruntled with life in the Real World and making a deal with the Agents to re-insert him into the Matrix.
13th Feb '16 5:53:28 PM Luigifan
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** Griffith's case involved [[spoiler:sacrificing his entire goddamned army to become the fifth member of the Godhand]].[[MoralEventHorizon Slightly less sympathetic]].

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** Griffith's case involved [[spoiler:sacrificing his entire goddamned army to become the fifth member of the Godhand]]. [[MoralEventHorizon Slightly less sympathetic]].



*** Sakura genuinely cared for his well-being and always did her best to support him. And how does he repay her? [[MoralEventHorizon By trying to electrocute her, strangle her and stab her into the face within the same five minutes.]]

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*** Sakura genuinely cared for his well-being and always did her best to support him. And how does he repay her? [[MoralEventHorizon By trying to electrocute her, strangle her her, and stab her into the face within the same five minutes.]]



** Kakuzu often loses his temper and kills anyone nearby, which as a member of Akatsuki usually resulted in him killed his partner. Eventually he was paired with Hidan because, even if [[TeethClenchedTeamwork they hated one another]] Kakuzu wouldn't be able to kill him.

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** Kakuzu often loses his temper and kills anyone nearby, which as a member of Akatsuki Akatsuki, usually resulted in him killed killing his partner. Eventually Eventually, he was paired with Hidan because, because even if [[TeethClenchedTeamwork they hated one another]] another]], Kakuzu wouldn't be able to kill him.



* Comes up a ''lot'' in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' among the villains. Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez lost his rank when he lost his arm (that held his rank tattoo) and was replaced by [[spoiler: Luppi Antenor]]. Grimmjow came back and the two fought over the rank, with only one surviving. Zommari Rureaux and Nnoitra Gilga did this to their fellow espada. Rudbornn Chelute was an arrancar whose ''job'' was to slay defeated arrancar. And Giselle Gewelle did this to [[spoiler: her former boss]].
** Pepe Waccabrada [[InvokedTrope tried]] to do this to Liltotto Lamperd with a [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed]] [[SuperStrength Meninas McAllon]] [[ForTheEvulz just because]]. [[spoiler: Unfortunately for him, [[ImAHumanitarian Liltotto]] survived and [[KickTheSonOfABitch paid him back in kind.]]]]

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* Comes up a ''lot'' in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' among the villains. Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez lost his rank when he lost his arm (that held his rank tattoo) and was replaced by [[spoiler: Luppi [[spoiler:Luppi Antenor]]. Grimmjow came back and the two fought over the rank, with only one surviving. Zommari Rureaux and Nnoitra Gilga did this to their fellow espada. Rudbornn Chelute was an arrancar whose ''job'' was to slay defeated arrancar. And Giselle Gewelle did this to [[spoiler: her [[spoiler:her former boss]].
** Pepe Waccabrada [[InvokedTrope tried]] to do this to Liltotto Lamperd with a [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed]] [[SuperStrength Meninas McAllon]] [[ForTheEvulz just because]]. [[spoiler: Unfortunately [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, [[ImAHumanitarian Liltotto]] survived and [[KickTheSonOfABitch paid him back in kind.]]]]



* ''Literature/GauntsGhosts'': Lijah Cuu [[spoiler:kills troopers Bragg and Meryl and tries to murder Saint Sabbatine herself before being brought down...but not before killing fan favourite ColonelBadass Colm Corbec in the crossfire.]]

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* ''Literature/GauntsGhosts'': Lijah Cuu [[spoiler:kills troopers Bragg and Meryl and tries to murder Saint Sabbatine herself before being brought down... but not before killing fan favourite ColonelBadass Colm Corbec in the crossfire.]]



* In ''Series/{{LALaw}}'' Stuart is so upset on how another paintball player is cheating - he's continuing to play after he was shot and had to forfeit his chip - that Stuart begins shooting him multiple times. Brackman tells Stuart, who is one of his teammates, to knock it off, he's proven his point, but Stuart keeps shooting the guy, so finally Brackman shoots Stuart, then says, "Give me your chip."
* Bringing a bunch of magically gifted teenage girls together is going to cause this at best but the most obvious example from ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' is [[spoiler: Fiona Goode, the Supreme Witch of the Coven]]. The first instance is because [[spoiler: she thought Madison was the next Supreme so Fiona killed her in order to prevent Madison replacing her and draining her powers/life force. She later kills Nan in a deal with Papa Legba.]] This isn't the first time as [[spoiler: Myrtle rightly believes that Fiona killed the Supreme of the last generation as well in the same manner as she killed Madison but was unable to do so.]]

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* In ''Series/{{LALaw}}'' ''Series/{{LALaw}}'', Stuart is so upset on how another paintball player is cheating - -- he's continuing to play after he was shot and had to forfeit his chip - -- that Stuart begins shooting him multiple times. Brackman tells Stuart, who is one of his teammates, to knock it off, off -- he's proven his point, point -- but Stuart keeps shooting the guy, so finally Brackman shoots Stuart, then says, "Give me your chip."
* Bringing a bunch of magically gifted teenage girls together is going to cause this at best best, but the most obvious example from ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' is [[spoiler: Fiona [[spoiler:Fiona Goode, the Supreme Witch of the Coven]]. The first instance is because [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she thought Madison was the next Supreme Supreme, so Fiona killed her in order to prevent Madison replacing her and draining her powers/life force. She later kills Nan in a deal with Papa Legba.]] This isn't the first time time, as [[spoiler: Myrtle [[spoiler:Myrtle rightly believes that Fiona killed the Supreme of the last generation as well in the same manner manner, as she killed Madison but was unable to do so.]]



** In ''Videogame/{{Planetside}} 2'', team-killing will result in warnings and eventually your weapons being locked down. The New Conglomerate faction has a reputation for team-killing, largely because their weapons are high-damage and slow firing, so NC troops firing wildly and accidentally hitting their allies can kill them near-instantly.

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** In ''Videogame/{{Planetside}} 2'', team-killing will result in warnings and eventually your weapons being locked down. The New Conglomerate faction has a reputation for team-killing, largely because their weapons are high-damage and slow firing, slow-firing, so NC troops firing wildly and accidentally hitting their allies can kill them near-instantly.



* Many traditional RPG's such as ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' allows you to KO'd your own team members, and many are willing to do so for reasons such as protagonist-based LevelScaling, CantDropTheHero, and TheScrappy that pointlessly reduces EXP rewards. In certain ''Final Fantasy'' games, certain moves or abilities will only work if other people in the party are knocked out. This can lead to players intentionally attacking their own team just to get the effects they were seeking.

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* Many traditional RPG's such as ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' allows you to KO'd KO your own team members, and many are willing to do so for reasons such as protagonist-based LevelScaling, CantDropTheHero, and TheScrappy that pointlessly reduces EXP rewards. In certain ''Final Fantasy'' games, certain moves or abilities will only work if other people in the party are knocked out. This can lead to players intentionally attacking their own team just to get the effects they were seeking.



* The same can happen in another Bioware production, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', the most glaring potential examples being [[spoiler:Samara]] in the second game: you can kill her off just like that and employ [[spoiler: her murderous daughter]] to fulfill the same role on the team. There is no substantial loss nor gain from doing so.

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* The same can happen in another Bioware production, ''Franchise/MassEffect'', the most glaring potential examples being [[spoiler:Samara]] in the second game: you can kill her off just like that and employ [[spoiler: her [[spoiler:her murderous daughter]] to fulfill the same role on the team. There is no substantial loss nor gain from doing so.



* In ''VideoGame/NieR'', [[spoiler: the final ending provide you the choice: either kill Kainé, putting her out of her misery, or give up your own life to get rid of the Shade possessing her.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/NieR'', [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the final ending provide provides you with the choice: either kill Kainé, putting her out of her misery, or give up your own life to get rid of the Shade possessing her.]]



* The ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' quote atop the page comes from a preview trailer for the game, where one stick figure pushes another into a fire for no reason. The solution: robots! After rigorous trust exercises, robots are able to work together for a impressive ''six seconds longer''. In-game, there are several co-op achievements that involve deliberately murdering your partner.

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* The ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' quote atop the page comes from a preview trailer for the game, where one stick figure pushes another into a fire for no reason. The solution: robots! After rigorous trust exercises, robots are able to work together for a an impressive ''six seconds longer''. In-game, there are several co-op achievements that involve deliberately murdering your partner.



* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''

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* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':



** Scott is a characteristic example in ''Revenge of the Island''. He seems more interested in eliminating his own teammates than the other team. He's sneaky enough that he can pull this off without getting booted. As of ''All Stars'' he drops the act and starts playing fair.

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** Scott is a characteristic example in ''Revenge of the Island''. He seems more interested in eliminating his own teammates than the other team. He's sneaky enough that he can pull this off without getting booted. As of ''All Stars'' Stars'', he drops the act and starts playing fair.
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