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24th Jun '17 1:01:02 AM Boggs
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* Philip Blake/The Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault on the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that [[spoiler: the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.

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* Philip Blake/The Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and otherwise risky behavior, (his suicidal assault on the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that [[spoiler: the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.
24th Jun '17 12:57:17 AM Boggs
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* Philip Blake/The Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault on the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.

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* Philip Blake/The Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault on the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that [[spoiler: the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.
24th Jun '17 12:56:44 AM Boggs
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* Philip Blake/The Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.

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* Philip Blake/The Governor from ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault on the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.
24th Jun '17 12:55:01 AM Boggs
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* Philip Blake/The Governor from [[ComicBook/TheWalkingDead]] is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: [[Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor]] reveals that the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.

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* Philip Blake/The Governor from [[ComicBook/TheWalkingDead]] ''ComicBook/TheWalkingDead'' is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: [[Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor]] ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'' reveals that the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.
24th Jun '17 12:53:26 AM Boggs
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* Philip Blake/The Governor from [[ComicBook/TheWalkingDead]] is more or less a textbook psychopath. He makes himself out to be a kind and well-meaning leader to Woodbury, but he's really a lying, manipulative despot with superficial charm [[AxCrazy who murders, rapes, and tortures other survivors]] [[ForTheEvulz for his own twisted amusement]] and keeps the town in line through misdirection and fear. He's clearly in love with himself and has brainwashed the town into adoring him, staging gladiatorial fights for them and keeping them unaware of his dark true nature. He's also a violent, power-crazed sadist who only cares about himself and can only understand his own pain, and he displays a clear lack of judgement and risky behavior, (his suicidal assault the prison, which was rooted in petty vengeance more than any other considerations) with his inner circle all being aware of what a monster he is, but putting up with it because he keeps the town safe and supplied. [[spoiler: [[Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor]] reveals that the highly traumatic events leading up to his arrival in Woodbury have caused him to completely break with reality. Brian Blake has utterly convinced himself that he is his younger, more capable brother Philip, who lost himself to savagery early on in the apocalypse, having come to the irreconcilable and crushing realization the weak, cowardly Brian could never survive in this new world.]] It all comes out to The Governor being a warped man with an utterly broken mind.
10th Jun '17 9:10:17 AM nombretomado
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* In the WhateleyUniverse, there's a disease that some mutants have. Diedrick's Syndrome. It makes the sufferers sometimes break down into 'crazed supervillain' ranting and such. The best-known case at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] is a popular target of the school bullies and elitists.

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* In the WhateleyUniverse, Literature/WhateleyUniverse, there's a disease that some mutants have. Diedrick's Syndrome. It makes the sufferers sometimes break down into 'crazed supervillain' ranting and such. The best-known case at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] is a popular target of the school bullies and elitists.
22nd Mar '17 7:34:22 PM Fireblood
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Except for extreme cases such as [[TheSchizophreniaConspiracy paranoid schizophrenia]], or conditions with sympathetic social connotations (Down Syndrome; severe autism), there is a tendency in media to regard mental disorders as some kind of put-on or character flaw that is amusing at best and annoying at worst (Not that the extreme illnesses are exactly treated like cancer-victims; in fact they can be treated ''worse'' than milder forms). The two most "comical" conditions are [[SuperOCD Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder]] and [[HollywoodTourettes Tourette's Syndrome]], both of which can be significant, sometimes disabling problems in real life.

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Except for extreme cases such as [[TheSchizophreniaConspiracy paranoid schizophrenia]], or conditions with sympathetic social connotations (Down Syndrome; severe autism), there is a tendency in media to regard mental disorders as some kind of put-on or character flaw that is amusing at best and annoying at worst (Not (not that the extreme illnesses are exactly treated like cancer-victims; in fact they can be treated ''worse'' than milder forms). The two most "comical" conditions are [[SuperOCD Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder]] and [[HollywoodTourettes Tourette's Syndrome]], both of which can be significant, sometimes disabling problems in real life.
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