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10th Sep '17 5:06:52 PM nighttrainfm
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** The series' longest recurring solo villain and the Doctor's EvilCounterpart -- who actively chose the title just as the Doctor did his, which tells you rather a lot about him[[labelnote:*]]well, ''usually'' "him", the most recent incarnation is a "her"[[/labelnote]] as a person.
** Going by this name so amused the Master that even when he went incognito he often chose a paper-thin-disguise alias based on its sound or [[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign meaning]] (Mister Magister, Professor Thascales, Col. Masters, [[spoiler:Missy]], etc.). On the rare occasions anyone's asked what he's the master ''of'', his response has been that he's "the master of all matter" or simply "The Master of All". By the same token, the Doctor is "a doctor of many things" or "The Doctor of Everything" plus a couple of less-used versions referring to time-travel. It's been suggested that the Master's name comes from his degree at the Time Lord Academy. Bear in mind that a master's degree is just one step below a doctorate -- this might explain the enmity between the Doctor and the Master! In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]], it's hinted that the word "doctor" (which means "person of knowledge" or "healer") comes from the Doctor himself. So it would be fitting for the word "Master" (which means "controller" and "man of knowledge") to come from him as well.

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** The series' longest recurring solo villain and the Doctor's EvilCounterpart -- who actively chose the title just as the Doctor did his, theirs, which tells you rather a lot about him[[labelnote:*]]well, ''usually'' "him", the most recent incarnation is a "her"[[/labelnote]] them as a person.
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** Going by this name so amused the Master that even when he went incognito he while incognito, they often chose a paper-thin-disguise alias based on its sound or [[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign meaning]] (Mister Magister, Professor Thascales, Col. Masters, [[spoiler:Missy]], Missy, etc.). On the rare occasions anyone's asked what he's they're the master ''of'', his response has been that he's the answer tends to be "the master of all matter" or simply "The Master of All". By the same token, the Doctor is "a doctor of many things" or "The Doctor of Everything" plus a couple of less-used versions referring to time-travel. It's been suggested that the Master's name comes from his their degree at the Time Lord Academy. Bear in mind that a master's degree is just one step below a doctorate -- this might explain the enmity between the Doctor and the Master! In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]], it's hinted that the word "doctor" (which means "person of knowledge" or "healer") comes from the Doctor himself. So it would be fitting for the word "Master" (which means "controller" and "man of knowledge") to come from him as well.
6th Aug '17 4:34:42 AM darkemyst
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* ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'': The cruel and sadistic necromancer that brought back Mye and Hex as his zombie slaves was only known to them and referred to by them as The Master. His true name remains unknown but he is also known as the "Bear Witch".
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1st Jul '17 11:35:40 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'': ThE mAsTeR wOuLd NoT aPpRoVe BeInG oVeRlOoKeD fRoM tHiS lIsT. nO, tHe MaStEr WoUlD nOt ApPrOve.

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* ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'': ThE mAsTeR wOuLd NoT [=NoT=] aPpRoVe BeInG [=BeInG=] oVeRlOoKeD fRoM tHiS lIsT. nO, tHe MaStEr WoUlD [=MaStEr=] [=WoUlD=] nOt ApPrOve.[=ApPrOve=].
26th Jun '17 12:15:52 PM frogpatrol
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'''The Doctor:''' You chose it... psychiatrist's field day.

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'''The Doctor:''' You chose it... psychiatrist's [[DeadpanSnarker Psychiatrist's field day.]]
8th Apr '17 3:02:27 PM TheDocCC
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* The NES game BionicCommando featured Master-D, leader of the now defunct BADDS, a villain born as a result of ExecutiveMeddling. Before Nintendo censored it, he was Adolf Hitler, [[CameBackWrong brought back from the dead]] by TheEmpire to help them finish a superweapon. Master-D probably felt at home, as The Empire was clearly PuttingOnTheReich. Fortunately, the player will have a chance to make Hit...Master-D's [[YourHeadAsplode head explode in a very graphic scene for the SNES]].
5th Apr '17 5:43:03 PM AthenaBlue
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** Going by this name so amused the Master that even when he went incognito he often chose a paper-thin-disguise alias based on its sound or [[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign meaning]] (Mister Magister, Professor Thascales, Col. Masters, [[spoiler: Missy]], etc.). On the rare occasions anyone's asked what he's the master ''of'', his response has been that he's "the master of all matter" or simply "The Master of All." By the same token, the Doctor is "a doctor of many things" or "The Doctor of Everything" plus a couple of less-used versions referring to time-travel. It's been suggested that the Master's name comes from his degree at the Time Lord Academy. Bear in mind that a master's degree is just one step below a doctorate -- this might explain the enmity between the Doctor and the Master! In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]], it's hinted that the word "doctor" (which means "person of knowledge" or "healer") comes from the Doctor himself. So it would be fitting for the word "Master" (which means "controller" and "man of knowledge") to come from him as well.

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** Going by this name so amused the Master that even when he went incognito he often chose a paper-thin-disguise alias based on its sound or [[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign meaning]] (Mister Magister, Professor Thascales, Col. Masters, [[spoiler: Missy]], [[spoiler:Missy]], etc.). On the rare occasions anyone's asked what he's the master ''of'', his response has been that he's "the master of all matter" or simply "The Master of All." All". By the same token, the Doctor is "a doctor of many things" or "The Doctor of Everything" plus a couple of less-used versions referring to time-travel. It's been suggested that the Master's name comes from his degree at the Time Lord Academy. Bear in mind that a master's degree is just one step below a doctorate -- this might explain the enmity between the Doctor and the Master! In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]], it's hinted that the word "doctor" (which means "person of knowledge" or "healer") comes from the Doctor himself. So it would be fitting for the word "Master" (which means "controller" and "man of knowledge") to come from him as well.
5th Apr '17 5:41:58 PM AthenaBlue
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* [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate ThE mAsTeR wOuLd NoT aPpRoVe BeInG oVeRlOoKeD fRoM tHiS lIsT. nO, tHe MaStEr WoUlD nOt ApPrOve.]]
* ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome'': A character called Master was one half of [=MasterBlaster=] in the film. He was played by Angelo Rossitto, co-founder of the Little People Society of America and star of ''Film/{{Freaks}}''.
* ''Barry Gordy's TheLastDragon'': Sho'Nuff, The Shogun of Harlem insisted everyone call him "The Master".
* In ''Film/KnockedUp'', Martin can only get out of the ''dirty man challenge'' by explicitly referring to Jason as ''The Master''.

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* [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate ThE mAsTeR wOuLd NoT aPpRoVe BeInG oVeRlOoKeD fRoM tHiS lIsT. nO, tHe MaStEr WoUlD nOt ApPrOve.]]
* ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome'': A character called Master was one half of [=MasterBlaster=] in the film. He was played by Angelo Rossitto, co-founder of the Little People Society of America and star of ''Film/{{Freaks}}''.
* ''Barry Gordy's TheLastDragon'': Sho'Nuff, The Shogun of Harlem insisted everyone call him "The Master".
* In ''Film/KnockedUp'', Martin can only get out of the ''dirty man challenge'' by explicitly referring to Jason as ''The Master''.
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* ''Film/{{Tron}}'' gives us a digital example in the Master Control Program (MCP).
* ''Film/TheMaster'' is about the rise of a ChurchOfHappyology-style cult leader.



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* In ''Film/KnockedUp'', Martin can only get out of the ''dirty man challenge'' by explicitly referring to Jason as ''The Master''.
* ''Barry Gordy's Film/TheLastDragon'': Sho'Nuff, The Shogun of Harlem insisted everyone call him "The Master".
* ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome'': A character called Master was one half of [=MasterBlaster=] in the film. He was played by Angelo Rossitto, co-founder of the Little People Society of America and star of ''Film/{{Freaks}}''.
* ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'': ThE mAsTeR wOuLd NoT aPpRoVe BeInG oVeRlOoKeD fRoM tHiS lIsT. nO, tHe MaStEr WoUlD nOt ApPrOve.
* ''Film/TheMaster'' is about the rise of a ChurchOfHappyology-style cult leader.
* ''Film/{{Tron}}'' gives us a digital example in the Master Control Program (MCP).
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* One of the titles of [[TheDragon Gerridon]] from the ''Literature/ChroniclesOfTheKencyrath'' is "The Master of Knorth", usually shortened to just "the Master".
* Subverted in Marc Twain's ''Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingArthursCourt'': the tittle yankee was styled ''The Boss'' by the whole Britain.
* A "stale beer with a martini olive" SpyFiction series by William Garner featured a British [[TheSpymaster intelligence chief]] who was referred to and occasionally addressed only as the Master. The main character had been one of his agents before the series began, and sometimes wound up reluctantly working for him again.
* The Master of Laketown in ''Literature/TheHobbit'', though he's by no means an evil mastermind; more of a [[DirtyCoward cowardly]] ObstructiveBureaucrat.
* The villain from Creator/GarthNix's story "Hope Chest" is called the Master. He's a Hitler-like character in an alternate America.



* One of the titles of [[TheDragon Gerridon]] from the Literature/ChroniclesOfTheKencyrath is "The Master of Knorth", usually shortened to just "the Master".
* The villain from Creator/GarthNix's story "Hope Chest" is called The Master. He's a Hitler-like character in an alternate America.
* A "stale beer with a martini olive" SpyFiction series by William Garner featured a British [[TheSpymaster intelligence chief]] who was referred to and occasionally addressed only as the Master. The main character had been one of his agents before the series began, and sometimes wound up reluctantly working for him again.

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* One In ''Literature/TheSistersGrimm'', the leader of the titles of [[TheDragon Gerridon]] from Scarlet Hand and BigBad gets the Literature/ChroniclesOfTheKencyrath is title "The Master of Knorth", usually shortened to just "the Master".
* The villain from Creator/GarthNix's story "Hope Chest" is called The Master. He's a Hitler-like character in an alternate America.
* A "stale beer with a martini olive" SpyFiction series by William Garner featured a British [[TheSpymaster intelligence chief]] who was referred to and occasionally addressed only as the Master. The main character had been one of his agents before the series began, and sometimes wound up reluctantly working for him again.
Master".



* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}: Literature/LastSonOfKrypton'' pits the Man of Steel, and Lex Luthor, against a tyrant named The Master, who is determined to wrest the rule of the entire galaxy away from the Guardians of Oa.



* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}: Literature/LastSonOfKrypton'' pits the Man of Steel, and Lex Luthor, against a tyrant named The Master, who is determined to wrest the rule of the entire galaxy away from the Guardians of Oa.
* The Master of Laketown in ''{{Literature/The Hobbit}}'', though he's by no means an evil mastermind; more of a [[DirtyCoward cowardly]] ObstructiveBureaucrat.
* Subverted in Marc Twain's ''Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingArthursCourt'': the tittle yankee was styled ''The Boss'' by the whole Britain.
* In Literature/TheSistersGrimm, the leader of the Scarlet Hand and BigBad gets the title The Master.



* In ''Series/{{Bones}}'' the SerialKiller Gormogon apparently preferred to be called "The Master", though admittedly the only people who did so were his apprentices.
* The season 1 villain for ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', a vampire ancient enough to have outgrown human features, who wanted to open the Hellmouth and bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
** Occasionally, [[{{Fanfiction}} fanfics]] will make both Masters the same guy, with the explanation that the ''Doctor Who'' villain gave vampirism a shot in his pursuit of immortality. Sadly, there appears to be no team-ups or fights between the two because they would be too confusing (although theoretically, the confusion could be averted by referring to the ''Doctor Who'' Master by one of many aliases like "Harold Saxon").
** He shows up again in Season 8.



** The series' longest recurring solo villain and the Doctor's EvilCounterpart - who actively chose the title just as the Doctor did his, which tells you rather a lot about them as a person.
** Going by this name so amused the Master that even when he went incognito he often chose a paper-thin-disguise alias based on its sound or [[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign meaning]] (Mister Magister, Professor Thascales, Col. Masters, [[spoiler: Missy]], etc.). On the rare occasions anyone's asked what he's the master ''of'', his response has been that he's "the master of all matter" or simply "The Master of All." By the same token, the Doctor is "a doctor of many things" or "The Doctor of Everything" plus a couple of less-used versions referring to time-travel. It's been suggested that the Master's name comes from his degree at the Time Lord Academy. Bear in mind that a master's degree is just one step below a doctorate--this might explain the enmity between the Doctor and the Master! In "A Good Man Goes to War" it's hinted that the word 'doctor' (which means 'person of knowledge' or 'healer') comes from the Doctor himself. So it would be fitting for the word 'Master' (which means 'controller' and 'man of knowledge') to come from him as well.
** On at least three occasions in the Second Doctor's run, the Doctor is told that "The Master" wants to see him (on one occasion it's the Great Intelligence, on another it's the Master of the Land of Fiction, and on the other it's Professor Maxtible). In each case he reacts with alarm. Since the Master proper hadn't been invented then, his misgivings can only be down to [[GenreSavvy his knowledge of this trope]]. (In-universe, in the Master's debut story "Terror of the Autons", a Time Lord informs the Doctor that the Master has taken to referring to himself by that title; though the Doctor knew the character before this, he is apparently unaware of the change in his moniker). After the Master proper had already been established, the Fifth Doctor, while playing cricket, was informed he played as well as "the Master", and got progressively more nervous until the other man clarified that he was talking about "the other Doctor" -- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._G._Grace W. G. Grace]].

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** The series' longest recurring solo villain and the Doctor's EvilCounterpart - -- who actively chose the title just as the Doctor did his, which tells you rather a lot about them him[[labelnote:*]]well, ''usually'' "him", the most recent incarnation is a "her"[[/labelnote]] as a person.
** Going by this name so amused the Master that even when he went incognito he often chose a paper-thin-disguise alias based on its sound or [[ThisIsMyNameOnForeign meaning]] (Mister Magister, Professor Thascales, Col. Masters, [[spoiler: Missy]], etc.). On the rare occasions anyone's asked what he's the master ''of'', his response has been that he's "the master of all matter" or simply "The Master of All." By the same token, the Doctor is "a doctor of many things" or "The Doctor of Everything" plus a couple of less-used versions referring to time-travel. It's been suggested that the Master's name comes from his degree at the Time Lord Academy. Bear in mind that a master's degree is just one step below a doctorate--this doctorate -- this might explain the enmity between the Doctor and the Master! In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War" War"]], it's hinted that the word 'doctor' "doctor" (which means 'person "person of knowledge' knowledge" or 'healer') "healer") comes from the Doctor himself. So it would be fitting for the word 'Master' "Master" (which means 'controller' "controller" and 'man "man of knowledge') knowledge") to come from him as well.
** On at least three occasions in the Second Doctor's run, the Doctor is told that "The Master" wants to see him (on one occasion it's the Great Intelligence, on another it's the Master of the Land of Fiction, and on the other it's Professor Maxtible). In each case he reacts with alarm. Since the Master proper hadn't been invented then, his misgivings can only be down to [[GenreSavvy his knowledge of this trope]]. (In-universe, in the Master's debut story story, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E1TerrorOfTheAutons "Terror of the Autons", Autons"]], a Time Lord informs the Doctor that the Master has taken to referring to himself by that title; though the Doctor knew the character before this, he is apparently unaware of the change in his moniker). After the Master proper had already been established, the Fifth Doctor, while playing cricket, was informed he played as well as "the Master", and got progressively more nervous until the other man clarified that he was talking about "the other Doctor" -- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._G._Grace W. G. Grace]].



*** The Master is a pseudonym that the Great Intelligence is going by in "The Abominable Snowman".
*** "The Master of the Land of Fiction" from ''The Mind Robber'', who was usually called the Master for short. He wasn't a villain, though. [[DoubleSubversion However,]] he was controlled by a computer called the MASTER Brain.
* The season 1 villain for ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', a vampire ancient enough to have outgrown human features, who wanted to open the Hellmouth and bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
** Occasionally, [[{{Fanfiction}} fanfics]] will make both Masters the same guy, with the explanation that the ''Doctor Who'' villain gave vampirism a shot in his pursuit of immortality. Sadly, there appears to be no team-ups or fights between the two because they would be too confusing (although theoretically, the confusion could be averted by referring to the ''Doctor Who'' Master by one of many aliases like "Harold Saxon").
** He shows up again in Season 8.
* The Master is the name of the SealedEvilInACan of ''Series/PowerRangersMysticForce''.

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*** The Master is a pseudonym that the Great Intelligence is going by in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E2TheAbominableSnowmen "The Abominable Snowman".
Snowman"]].
*** "The Master of the Land of Fiction" from ''The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E2TheMindRobber "The Mind Robber'', Robber"]], who was usually called the Master for short. He wasn't a villain, though. [[DoubleSubversion However,]] he was controlled by a computer called the MASTER Brain.
* The season 1 villain for ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', a vampire ancient enough to have outgrown human features, who wanted to open the Hellmouth and bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
** Occasionally, [[{{Fanfiction}} fanfics]] will make both Masters the same guy, with the explanation that the ''Doctor Who'' villain gave vampirism a shot in his pursuit of immortality. Sadly, there appears to be no team-ups or fights between the two because they would be too confusing (although theoretically, the confusion could be averted by referring to the ''Doctor Who'' Master by one of many aliases like "Harold Saxon").
** He shows up again in Season 8.
* The Master is the name of the SealedEvilInACan of ''Series/PowerRangersMysticForce''.
Brain.



* In ''Series/LegendOfTheSeeker'', the male confessor son of Darken Rahl in the final episode of season 1 was referred to as The Master.
** This seems to be a side effect of confessor powers, as female confessors are usually referred to as "Mistress" by those they've confessed.



* In ''Series/{{Bones}}'' the SerialKiller Gormogon apparently preferred to be called The Master, though admittedly the only people who did so were his apprentices.
* In ''Series/LegendOfTheSeeker'', the male confessor son of Darken Rahl in the final episode of season 1 was referred to as The Master.
** This seems to be a side effect of confessor powers, as female confessors are usually referred to as "Mistress" by those they've confessed.

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* In ''Series/{{Bones}}'' The Master is the SerialKiller Gormogon apparently preferred to be called The Master, though admittedly name of the only people who did so were his apprentices.
* In ''Series/LegendOfTheSeeker'', the male confessor son
SealedEvilInACan of Darken Rahl in the final episode of season 1 was referred to as The Master.
** This seems to be a side effect of confessor powers, as female confessors are usually referred to as "Mistress" by those they've confessed.
''Series/PowerRangersMysticForce''.



* ''Fansadox'' #37 has the titular psycho tattooed on his back the word 'Master' in Japanese (or so he says), and he likes (read: forces girls he rapes) to be called this. This becomes a plot point [[spoiler:when the girls escape, they find the sheriff and demand the supposed rapist-slash-sadist show his back. Turns out he wasn't the psycho, but the sheriff himself.]] Prime example of BondageIsBad.
* In ARG/DarkDreamChronicle, [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slendy]] is referred to as "the Master" except by a few Rebels.
* Averted entirely by the Magistra of HilariousInHindsightSuburbanSenshi. (The Magistra being the feminine Latin word for Master) This was brought up exactly once in RP where someone compared her name to that of [[Series/DoctorWho the Master]] and the fact that she is a Time Lady. It was quickly pointed out that [[HilariousInHindsight the Master was male and dead]] and that her name came from [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Magistra Magi]] (despite not being one) because she was the first spell casting time lord and wanted to reference that. (Which match previous and later statements made by her player)

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* In ''ARG/DarkDreamChronicle'', [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slendy]] is referred to as "the Master" except by a few Rebels.
* ''Fansadox'' #37 has the titular psycho tattooed on his back the word 'Master' "Master" in Japanese (or so he says), and he likes (read: forces girls he rapes) to be called this. This becomes a plot point [[spoiler:when the girls escape, they find the sheriff and demand the supposed rapist-slash-sadist show his back. Turns out he wasn't the psycho, but the sheriff himself.]] Prime example of BondageIsBad.
* In ARG/DarkDreamChronicle, [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slendy]] is referred to as "the Master" except by a few Rebels.
* Averted entirely by the Magistra of HilariousInHindsightSuburbanSenshi.''SuburbanSenshi''. (The Magistra being the feminine Latin word for Master) This was brought up exactly once in RP where someone compared her name to that of [[Series/DoctorWho the Master]] and the fact that she is a Time Lady. It was quickly pointed out that [[HilariousInHindsight the Master was male and dead]] and that her name came from [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Magistra Magi]] (despite not being one) because she was the first spell casting time lord spell-casting Time Lord and wanted to reference that. (Which match previous and later statements made by her player)player.)
19th Mar '17 7:30:39 PM ShadictheHedgehog
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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsX introduces to the Kingdom Hearts franchise a character called "The Master of Masters," with no other name. Amongst his powers is the ability to see the future, which he uses to [[AmbiguouslyEvil unknown ends]]. To clarify, he saw the Keyblade War coming, and not only did nothing to stop it, but he practically encouraged it to happen through his apprentices.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsX ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsX'' introduces to the Kingdom Hearts franchise a character called "The Master of Masters," with no other name. Amongst his powers is the ability to see the future, which he uses to [[AmbiguouslyEvil unknown ends]]. To clarify, he saw the Keyblade War coming, and not only did nothing to stop it, but he practically encouraged it to happen through his apprentices.
19th Mar '17 7:30:06 PM ShadictheHedgehog
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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsX introduces to the Kingdom Hearts franchise a character called "The Master of Masters," with no other name. Amongst his powers is the ability to see the future, which he uses to [[AmbiguouslyEvil unknown ends]]. To clarify, he saw the Keyblade War coming, and not only did nothing to stop it, but he practically encouraged it to happen through his apprentices.
13th Jan '17 6:58:02 AM lavendermintrose
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* Averted in ''Anime/ToukenRanbuHanamaru'' - the Master of the citadel [[NonEntityGeneral doesn't actually appear]], as they're supposed to represent the player of [[VideoGame/ToukenRanbu the game on which the series is based]], but they love all of the Sword Warriors dearly. The master does things for them like buy them books and sew [[BeachEpisode swimsuits for them]], and when their master gets sick, the Sword Warriors all worry and do things like make soup, and go out to find a special herb to make medicine from. It's all very [[WAFF hanamaru]].

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* Averted in ''Anime/ToukenRanbuHanamaru'' - the Master of the citadel [[NonEntityGeneral doesn't actually appear]], as they're supposed to represent the player of [[VideoGame/ToukenRanbu the game on which the series is based]], but they love all of the Sword Warriors dearly. The master does things for them like buy them books and sew [[BeachEpisode swimsuits for them]], and when their master gets sick, the Sword Warriors all worry and do things like make soup, and go out to find a special herb to make medicine from. It's all very [[WAFF [[{{WAFF}} hanamaru]].
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