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22nd Nov '16 2:07:28 PM AG1995
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'': The main trio all work together, [[spoiler: usually because the FIB are making them]], despite Trevor's anger at Michael faking his own death, Michael not wanting anything to do with Trevor [[spoiler: and wanting to prevent him learning the truth about North Yankton]], with Franklin caught in the middle of their bickering, much to his own annoyance. It's made even worse when [[spoiler: Trevor finds out Brad died and was buried in Michael's place]].
21st Nov '16 1:57:21 PM AidanofVT
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* In To Where and Back Again, the sixth-season finale of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', a team of misfits assembles to do the word-saving typically done by the protagonists, who are indisposed. Although the group members are not all averse to teamwork, none of them are used to being team players, and at least one is actively antisocial. Of course, this just makes the group dynamics all the more interesting, and the eventual victory all the more fulfilling.
18th Nov '16 3:49:54 PM Discar
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[[caption-width-right:331:[[Creator/WernerHerzog These]] [[Creator/KlausKinski guys]] made five films together. Surprisingly, [[AuthorExistenceFailure this wasn't the last one]]]].

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13th Nov '16 5:34:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''KaneAndLynch''. In the first half, they are actually forced to work together, much to the disdain of both- in the second half, they're [[EnemyMine working together to kill a common enemy,]] but they still hate each other. In the sequel they both end up pissing off a major crime lord in China, once again forced to work together to survive.

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* ''KaneAndLynch''.''VideoGame/KaneAndLynch''. In the first half, they are actually forced to work together, much to the disdain of both- in the second half, they're [[EnemyMine working together to kill a common enemy,]] but they still hate each other. In the sequel they both end up pissing off a major crime lord in China, once again forced to work together to survive.
10th Nov '16 12:32:53 AM Tron80
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* [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green and Red Lanterns]] don't get along... ''at all''. However, in the ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' crossover ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' Hal Jordan's GL squad and Guy Gardner's RL group worked together to help Supergirl to get her mind and her sanity back while she was suffering from power ring-induced madness.

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[[Franchise/GreenLantern Green and Red Lanterns]] don't get along... ''at all''. However, in the ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'' crossover ''Comicbook/RedDaughterOfKrypton'' Hal Jordan's GL squad and Guy Gardner's RL group worked together to help Supergirl to get her mind and her sanity back while she was suffering from power ring-induced madness.madness.
** In ''Comicbook/ManyHappyReturns'' super-villain Xenon has this with his sometimes ally the [[EldritchAbomination Fatalist]]. They don't like each other but the Fatalist helps him for his own reasons, simultaneously withholding crucial information from Xenon.
6th Nov '16 9:27:49 PM Valiona
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* The team in the ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' DLC ''Dead Money'' composes of a band of individuals with their own emotional baggage (and you) who are forced to cooperate together due to the fact that their lives are under the whims of an even worse lunatic who's strapped Explosive Collars on all of them and linking them to ensure cooperation. The Courier is forced to work with them to progress, all the while trying to ensure each others' survival. Later on, when the team finally splits up, you're given the option of either killing them or helping them deal with their own issues, after which they might try to help you in the final mission.

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* The team in the ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' DLC ''Dead Money'' composes of a band of individuals with their own emotional baggage (and you) who are forced to cooperate together due to the fact that their lives are under the whims of an even worse lunatic who's strapped Explosive Collars on all of them and linking them to ensure cooperation. The Courier is forced to work with them to progress, all the while trying to ensure each others' survival. Later on, when the team finally splits up, you're given the option of either killing them or helping them deal with their own issues, after which they might try to help you in the final mission. At the end, if everyone survives long enough to deal with their employer and remove the threat of their collars going off, they still don't trust each other, but decide to part ways peacefully.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' initially has a fair amount of friction between the second-years and the third-years who are the founding members of SEES (especially Mitsuru, whose family was responsible for the incident that created the Shadows SEES fights), particularly since Yukari accuses the latter group of ordering the others around while keeping secrets from them. In the spinoff ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth'', which pairs the casts of Persona 3 and 4, on the Persona 3 route, Yukari notes how much closer the cast of [[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} the fourth game]] is, and gradually gains the resolve to do something about it. In the end, though, the group becomes a cohesive force, and Yukari and Mitsuru eventually become friends.
** During [[PlayableEpilogue The Answer]], virtually no one trusts Metis, Aigis' "sister," since Metis starts off attacking them, and they see her as first and foremost concerned about Aigis. On a party-wide scale, the group's teamwork regresses as a result of lowered morale following [[spoiler:the protagonist's death]], and near the end, [[spoiler:they end up fighting each other to resolve their dispute over what to do with the Keys of Time]]. They come to their senses, though, in time to defeat the final boss and return to their own time.
31st Oct '16 3:58:11 PM WikiWitness
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[[caption-width-right:331:[[Creator/WernerHerzog These]] [[Creator/KlausKinski guys]] made five films together]]

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[[caption-width-right:331:[[Creator/WernerHerzog These]] [[Creator/KlausKinski guys]] made five films together]]
together. Surprisingly, [[AuthorExistenceFailure this wasn't the last one]]]].
29th Oct '16 2:36:21 PM nombretomado
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* The allied races in ''GuildWars2'' tend to clash quite often due to their greatly different social, religious, and moral differences. This is especially pronounced between the Charr and humans due to their long history of war with one another. Only renewed aggression from the Elder Dragons convinces them to put aside their differences.

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* The allied races in ''GuildWars2'' ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'' tend to clash quite often due to their greatly different social, religious, and moral differences. This is especially pronounced between the Charr and humans due to their long history of war with one another. Only renewed aggression from the Elder Dragons convinces them to put aside their differences.
24th Oct '16 11:51:00 AM infernape612
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' much of the galaxy is in this position in their rather desperate fight against the Reapers. Depending on Shepard's actions the final united force can include [[spoiler: krogan and turian armies fighting together on Palavan, the Geth and quarains fighting together over Earth and the rachni helping build the crucible.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' much of the galaxy is in this position in their rather desperate fight against the Reapers. Depending on Shepard's actions the final united force can include [[spoiler: krogan and turian armies fighting together on Palavan, the Geth and quarains quarians fighting together over Earth and the rachni helping build the crucible.]]



* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' The player can command certain units to pair up and work as a team [[spoiler: Chrom and Gangrel]] Even though in the story those two clearly hate each other.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' The player can command certain units to pair up and work as a team [[spoiler: Chrom such as [[spoiler:Chrom and Gangrel]] Even Gangrel]], even though in the story those two clearly hate each other.
17th Oct '16 5:50:22 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Juathuur}}'', Juoira's group bicker a lot, but most of the bickering is playful, and they still function. Contrast with [[spoiler: Faevv's group. which bicker ''less'' until everyone goes separate ways because of a general lack of cohesion.]]

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* In ''{{Juathuur}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Juathuur}}'', Juoira's group bicker a lot, but most of the bickering is playful, and they still function. Contrast with [[spoiler: Faevv's group. which bicker ''less'' until everyone goes separate ways because of a general lack of cohesion.]]
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