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16th Jun '17 8:44:44 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' has [[spoiler: Oliver]], a FatBastard villain from the previous game who is bizarrely recruitable in this one, he only joins the army due to his extreme BlueAndOrangeMorality over "beauty". Ike outright demands he rejoin the enemy, and most if not all of his generic Support lines have the other character tell him in to stay away from them. Even the endgame bosses express extreme confusion at him being in the party, with TheHeavy even saying that him being there is a sign that the world is doomed.

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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' has [[spoiler: Oliver]], a FatBastard villain from the previous game who is bizarrely recruitable in this one, one; he only joins the army due to his extreme BlueAndOrangeMorality over "beauty". Ike outright demands he rejoin the enemy, and most if not all of his generic Support lines have the other character tell him in to stay away from them. Even the endgame bosses express extreme confusion at him being in the party, with TheHeavy even saying that him being there is a sign that the world is doomed.
16th Jun '17 8:10:18 PM BigKlingy
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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' has [[spoiler: Oliver]], a FatBastard villain from the previous game who is bizarrely recruitable in this one, he only joins the army due to his extreme BlueAndOrangeMorality over "beauty". Ike outright demands he rejoin the enemy, and most if not all of his generic Support lines have the other character tell him in to stay away from them. Even the endgame bosses express extreme confusion at him being in the party, with TheHeavy even saying that him being there is a sign that the world is doomed.
11th Jun '17 3:12:08 PM SteveMB
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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':In the episode "Flash and Substance", it's evident that the other [[RoguesGallery Flash villains]] reluctantly tolerate Trickster's presence and have absolutely no respect for him. They seem to associate with him out of Pity; while all the other villains chose their particular jobs, the Trickster is only evil because he's insane and no longer taking his medication.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'':In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'': In the episode "Flash and Substance", it's evident that the other [[RoguesGallery Flash villains]] reluctantly tolerate Trickster's presence and have absolutely no respect for him. They seem to associate with him out of Pity; while all the other villains chose their particular jobs, the Trickster is only evil because he's insane and [[NoMedicationForMe no longer taking his medication.medication]].
8th Jun '17 3:48:20 PM Az_Tech341
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* ''Series/TheOfficeUs'': There are several characters who aren't that well liked by their coworkers at the titular office for varying reasons:
** Michael, the regional manager and highest authority in the workplace, isn't that liked by the others for the antics that he gets up to, offensive behavior, emotional neediness that leads him to try and befriend his employees, and generally unprofessional conduct. He doesn't get it as much as others because the workers know [[InnocentlyInsensitive he isn't trying to offend them]] and is just horribly socially incompetent rather than malicious. Notably they'll actually join in on some of Michael's stunts of their own free will and typically treat him better if he isn't trying too hard to win them over.
** Dwight's the biggest case because he's power hungry, prone to paranoia, has a [[SmallNameBigEgo disproportionate opinion of himself in relation to his actual capabilities]], lets what power he does get go right to his head, and is a YesMan to whoever he thinks will get him more authority over others. Even [[IJustWantToHaveFriends Michael]] tries to avoid him if he can and the only thing to a close friend he has at the office is Jim, who pranks Dwight nonstop and succeeds because no one wants to tip him off because of his behavior.

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* ''Series/TheOfficeUs'': There are several characters who aren't that well liked well-liked by their coworkers at the titular office for varying reasons:
** Michael, the regional manager and highest authority in the workplace, isn't that liked by the others for the antics that he gets up to, his antics, offensive behavior, emotional neediness that leads him to try and befriend his employees, and generally unprofessional conduct. He doesn't get it as much as others because the workers know [[InnocentlyInsensitive he isn't trying to offend them]] and is just horribly socially incompetent rather than malicious. Notably they'll actually join in on some of Michael's stunts of their own free will and typically treat him better if he isn't trying too hard to win them over.
** Dwight's the biggest case because he's power hungry, prone to paranoia, has a [[SmallNameBigEgo disproportionate opinion of himself in relation to his actual capabilities]], lets what power he does get go right to his head, and is a YesMan to whoever whomever he thinks will get him more authority over others. Even [[IJustWantToHaveFriends Michael]] tries to avoid him if he can and the only thing to a close friend he has at the office is Jim, who pranks Dwight nonstop and succeeds because no one wants to tip him off because of his behavior.



** Ryan isn't that well liked by the other office workers because he's a {{Jerkass}} with an [[SmallNameBigEgo ego]] that actively disdains everyone around him. The only people that actually want to be anywhere near him are Kelly, who dated him for some time and still holds romantic interest in him, and Michael, who has a mancrush him, but even they eventually get fed up with his behavior. He only has a job at the office still because Michael was able to negotiate a deal with Dunder-Mifflin to get him hired back after being fired.

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** Ryan isn't that well liked by the other office workers because he's Ryan's a {{Jerkass}} with an [[SmallNameBigEgo ego]] that actively disdains everyone around him. The only people that actually want to be anywhere near him are Kelly, Kelly - who dated him for some time and still holds romantic interest in him, him - and Michael, Michael - who has a mancrush him, on him - but even they eventually get fed up with his behavior. He only still has a job at the office still because Michael was able to negotiate a deal with Dunder-Mifflin to get him hired back after being fired.
8th Jun '17 9:57:04 AM DaScarecrow
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* ''Series/TheOfficeUs'': There are several characters who aren't that well liked by their coworkers at the titular office for varying reasons:
** Michael, the regional manager and highest authority in the workplace, isn't that liked by the others for the antics that he gets up to, offensive behavior, emotional neediness that leads him to try and befriend his employees, and generally unprofessional conduct. He doesn't get it as much as others because the workers know [[InnocentlyInsensitive he isn't trying to offend them]] and is just horribly socially incompetent rather than malicious. Notably they'll actually join in on some of Michael's stunts of their own free will and typically treat him better if he isn't trying too hard to win them over.
** Dwight's the biggest case because he's power hungry, prone to paranoia, has a [[SmallNameBigEgo disproportionate opinion of himself in relation to his actual capabilities]], lets what power he does get go right to his head, and is a YesMan to whoever he thinks will get him more authority over others. Even [[IJustWantToHaveFriends Michael]] tries to avoid him if he can and the only thing to a close friend he has at the office is Jim, who pranks Dwight nonstop and succeeds because no one wants to tip him off because of his behavior.
** Andy falls even lower than Dwight at times because of his ego and bizarre behavior while lacking the salesman acumen that Michael and Dwight have.
** Ryan isn't that well liked by the other office workers because he's a {{Jerkass}} with an [[SmallNameBigEgo ego]] that actively disdains everyone around him. The only people that actually want to be anywhere near him are Kelly, who dated him for some time and still holds romantic interest in him, and Michael, who has a mancrush him, but even they eventually get fed up with his behavior. He only has a job at the office still because Michael was able to negotiate a deal with Dunder-Mifflin to get him hired back after being fired.
5th Jun '17 3:58:59 PM tyrekecorrea
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}} has Ladonna Compson. She has a tendency to stretch the truth in a way that makes her the least tolerated kid in Arthur's group. There's an episode about this. Ladonna's case is one of proximity, but it never seems to harm anybody in a situation where people are truly stuck with her, such as in class.
5th Jun '17 7:01:35 AM Magpiesapocalypse
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* ''WebComic/{{AwkwardZombie}}'' has this characterisation for Roy. His oldest friend - Marth - finds him actively unbearable, and, after being absent from ''Videogame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', the other resident of the Smash Bros. House quickly forgets he exists, culminating in the 400th comic, featuring Mewtwo and Lucas' triumphant return to the roster (after being announced as DLC), with Peach happily declaring during the ensuing party that the gang's all back together... while Roy gazes inside in tears from outside in the rain. Even when he gets back, his return party is almost completely overshadowed by the arrival of [[StreetFighter Ryu]]. Robin mistakes him for a ''different'' annoying goofball sidekick from ''FireEmblem''; he suffers an existential crisis when he meets Marth's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-greDESCENDANT Lucina, wondering how long he was away; he's relegated to hanging out with irrelevant side characters like Roy Koopa, Grey Fox, and Waluigi, and the only person who recognises him and seems happy to see him... is his replacement, Pit.

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* ''WebComic/{{AwkwardZombie}}'' has this characterisation for Roy. His oldest friend - Marth - finds him actively unbearable, and, after being absent from ''Videogame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', the other resident residents of the Smash Bros. House quickly forgets he exists, culminating in the 400th comic, featuring Mewtwo and Lucas' triumphant return to the roster (after being announced as DLC), with Peach happily declaring during the ensuing party that the gang's all back together... while Roy gazes inside in tears from outside in the rain. Even when he gets back, his return party is almost completely overshadowed by the arrival of [[StreetFighter Ryu]]. Robin mistakes him for a ''different'' annoying goofball sidekick from ''FireEmblem''; he suffers an existential crisis when he meets Marth's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-greDESCENDANT Lucina, wondering how long he was away; he's relegated to hanging out with irrelevant side characters like Roy Koopa, Grey Fox, and Waluigi, and the only person who recognises him and seems happy to see him... is his replacement, Pit.
5th Jun '17 6:46:24 AM Az_Tech341
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* ''WebComic/{{AwkwardZombie}}'' has this characterisation for Roy. His oldest friend Marth finds him actively unbearable, and after being absent from ''SuperSmashBrosBrawl'' the other resident of the Smash Bros. House quickly forgot he existed, culminating in the 400th comic featuring Mewtwo and Lucas' triumphant return to the roster (after being announced as DLC), which Peach happily declaring during the ensuing party that the gang's all back together ... with Roy gazes in in tears from outside in the rain. Even when he did get back, his return party was almost completely overshadowed by the arrival of [[StreetFighter Ryu]], Robin mistakes him for a ''different'' annoying goofball sidekick from ''FireEmblem'', he suffers an existential crisis when he meets Marth's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-greDESCENDANT Lucina and wonders how long he was away, is relegated to hanging out with irrelevant side characters like Roy Koopa, Grey Fox and Waluigi, and the only person who recognises him and seems happy to see him ... is his replacement, Pit. For the most part, he seems to still be around by virtue of being the ButtMonkey and by being one of the author's favourites.

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* ''WebComic/{{AwkwardZombie}}'' has this characterisation for Roy. His oldest friend - Marth - finds him actively unbearable, and and, after being absent from ''SuperSmashBrosBrawl'' ''Videogame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'', the other resident of the Smash Bros. House quickly forgot forgets he existed, exists, culminating in the 400th comic comic, featuring Mewtwo and Lucas' triumphant return to the roster (after being announced as DLC), which with Peach happily declaring during the ensuing party that the gang's all back together ... with together... while Roy gazes in inside in tears from outside in the rain. Even when he did get gets back, his return party was is almost completely overshadowed by the arrival of [[StreetFighter Ryu]], Ryu]]. Robin mistakes him for a ''different'' annoying goofball sidekick from ''FireEmblem'', ''FireEmblem''; he suffers an existential crisis when he meets Marth's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-greDESCENDANT Lucina and wonders Lucina, wondering how long he was away, is away; he's relegated to hanging out with irrelevant side characters like Roy Koopa, Grey Fox Fox, and Waluigi, and the only person who recognises him and seems happy to see him ...him... is his replacement, Pit. For the most part, he seems to still be around by virtue of being the ButtMonkey and by being one of the author's favourites.
5th Jun '17 5:25:06 AM Magpiesapocalypse
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* ''WebComic/{{AwkwardZombie}}'' has this characterisation for Roy. His oldest friend Marth finds him actively unbearable, and after being absent from ''SuperSmashBrosBrawl'' the other resident of the Smash Bros. House quickly forgot he existed, culminating in the 400th comic featuring Mewtwo and Lucas' triumphant return to the roster (after being announced as DLC), which Peach happily declaring during the ensuing party that the gang's all back together ... with Roy gazes in in tears from outside in the rain. Even when he did get back, his return party was almost completely overshadowed by the arrival of [[StreetFighter Ryu]], Robin mistakes him for a ''different'' annoying goofball sidekick from ''FireEmblem'', he suffers an existential crisis when he meets Marth's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-greDESCENDANT Lucina and wonders how long he was away, is relegated to hanging out with irrelevant side characters like Roy Koopa, Grey Fox and Waluigi, and the only person who recognises him and seems happy to see him ... is his replacement, Pit. For the most part, he seems to still be around by virtue of being the ButtMonkey and by being one of the author's favourites.
1st Jun '17 9:31:21 AM Wyldchyld
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* [[AcademicAlphaBitch Weiss]] of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' is as cold and hard as [[AnIcePerson the ice she wields in battle]]. She regards everyone else in Beacon (except for [[TheAce Pyrrha]]) as [[SurroundedByIdiots utterly incompetent morons]]. She ends up being partnered up with Ruby and folded into Team RWBY--but, in her own words, "by ''no'' means does this make [them] friends". It can hardly be said that [[FantasticRacism Blake]] and [[OnlySaneMan Yang]] exactly have a high opinion of Weiss either, though this becomes subverted in Volume 2, due to Weiss becoming a much nicer person. Lampshaded in the first episode of Season 2:
-->'''Ruby:''' Ahem! Sisters...friends...[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg Weiss]]...
-->'''Weiss:''' Hey!
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