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9th Dec '17 1:16:37 AM Chabal2
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* ''Literature/{{Gate}}'': Akira Yanagida is a bit angry that Youji Itami is a slacker who coasts through life, yet he finds success and [[MagneticHero can get people to follow him]] much easier than him.

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Akira Yanagida is a bit angry that Youji Itami is a slacker who coasts through life, yet he finds success and [[MagneticHero can get people to follow him]] much easier than him.him.
** Similarly, Shino has a minor breakdown on learning Itami is a ranger, ''and'' in Special Forces (even if it was the bare minimum) despite his otaku interests.
20th Oct '17 8:00:43 AM sageoftruth
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* Two cases occur in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' that also overlap with GreenEyedMonster.

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* Two Three cases occur in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' that also overlap with GreenEyedMonster.GreenEyedMonster.
** After Guts joins the Band of the Hawk, Casca resents Guts for becoming the clear favorite of their leader, Griffith, despite, Casca's years of loyalty in contrast to Guts's reckless insubordination. Her romantic feelings for Griffith only make it worse.
14th Oct '17 9:56:14 PM kome360
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* ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'': Quaintana might be the Drowtales equivalent of Big Boss, but her abusive and ruthless nature has caused many of her closest followers to develop agonizing grudges against her less-than-heroic actions; her daughter Syphille never forgave her for being passed over as the heir just because she took an [[DemonicPossession "abnormal"]] style of combat (bonus points for being forced to raise the ignorant brat who was the heir), Su'ube spent centuries as her lieutenant but she felt betrayed when Quaintana rejected her daughter for the position of general in favor of a gullible kid with humanitarian pursuits, and a good chunk of her Saghress army thought it was hypocritical when she formed an alliance with one of the Sharen queens after they had sacrificed so much to conquer Chel from said Sharen (ignoring the very real threat of starvation as the Sharen seized all of the Saghress' agricultural sectors in the war).

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* ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'': Quaintana might be the Drowtales equivalent of Big Boss, but her abusive and ruthless nature has caused many of her closest followers to develop agonizing grudges against her less-than-heroic actions; her daughter Syphille never forgave her for being passed over as the heir just because she took an [[DemonicPossession "abnormal"]] style of combat (bonus points for being forced to raise the ignorant brat who was the heir), Su'ube spent centuries as her lieutenant but she felt betrayed when Quaintana rejected her daughter for the position of general in favor of a gullible kid with humanitarian pursuits, and a good chunk of her Saghress army thought it was hypocritical when she formed an alliance with one of the Sharen queens after they had sacrificed so much to conquer Chel from said Sharen (ignoring the very real threat of starvation as the Sharen seized all of the Saghress' agricultural sectors in the war). They all try to kill Quaintana out of revenge, and she gladly accepts their challenges until they finally succeed.



** [[spoiler:Rachel]] also hates Baam because the only thing worse than watching someone who lived in the dirt do better than you ever will on his very first trial, is the very real fear that same moronic person would reach the top of the tower and make the very tiny and tormenting wish for both of them to go back to his home in the dirt.

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** [[spoiler:Rachel]] also hates Baam because the only thing worse than watching someone who lived his whole life in the dirt do better than you ever will on his very first trial, is the very real fear that same moronic person would reach the top of the tower and make the very tiny and tormenting wish for both of them to go back to his home in the dirt.dirt. In other words, he is better than everyone else, and he will waste the wish that everyone wants on something that nobody else would ever want.
14th Oct '17 9:52:31 PM kome360
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** [[spoiler:Rachel]] also hates Baam because the only thing worse than watching someone who lived in the dirt do better than you ever will on his very first trial, is the very real fear that same moronic person would reach the top of the tower and make the very tiny and tormenting wish for both of them to go back to his home in the dirt.
14th Oct '17 9:47:17 PM kome360
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* ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'': Quaintana might be the Drowtales equivalent of Big Boss, but her abusive and ruthless nature has caused many of her closest followers to develop agonizing grudges against her less-than-heroic actions; her daughter Syphille never forgave her for being passed over as the heir just because she took an [[DemonicPossession "abnormal"]] style of combat (bonus points for being forced to raise the ignorant brat who was the heir), Su'ube spent centuries as her lieutenant but she felt betrayed when Quaintana rejected her daughter for the position of general in favor of a gullible kid with humanitarian pursuits, and a good chunk of her Saghress army thought it was hypocritical when she formed an alliance with one of the Sharen queens after they had sacrificed so much to conquer Chel from said Sharen (ignoring the very real threat of starvation as the Sharen seized all of the Saghress' agricultural sectors in the war).
27th Sep '17 12:30:04 PM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, this is a major reason for the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Thalmor]]'s hatred of the [[TheOrder Psijic Order]], a powerful MagicalSociety and the oldest monastic order in Tamriel. Through [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic thousands of years of intensive study in the nature of magic]], the Order has become able to utilize it in ways (and on a scale) that the rest of Tamriel is unable to match. The Thalmor strongly desire that power, and cannot stand that the Order, a primarily Altmer organization, absolutely will not tow the Thalmor line or share their knowledge.

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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, this is a major reason for the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Thalmor]]'s hatred of the [[TheOrder Psijic Order]], a powerful MagicalSociety and the oldest monastic order in Tamriel. Through [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic thousands of years of intensive study in the nature of magic]], the Order has become able to utilize it in ways (and on a scale) that the rest of Tamriel is unable to match. The Thalmor strongly desire that power, and cannot stand that the Order, a primarily Altmer organization, absolutely will not tow the Thalmor line or share their knowledge. Additionally, this is part of the reason the Thalmor hate [[DeityOfHumanOrigin Talos]], and have banned his worship. On the surface, their extreme Aldmeri religious beliefs teach that the Altmer are a SuperiorSpecies, descended from the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Aedra]], and the idea of a ''[[HumansAreBastards man]]'' joining their ranks is offensive and blasphemous. (The deeper reasoning [[OmnicidalManiac is even worse]]...)
25th Sep '17 12:37:07 PM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, this is a major reason for the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Thalmor]]'s hatred of the [[TheOrder Psijic Order]], a powerful MagicalSociety and the oldest monastic order in Tamriel. Through [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic thousands of years of intensive study in the nature of magic]], the Order has become able to utilize it in ways (and on a scale) that the rest of Tamriel is unable to match. The Thalmor strongly desire that power, and cannot stand that the Order, a primarily Altmer organization, absolutely will not tow the Thalmor line or share their knowledge.
13th Sep '17 11:56:23 AM QueenBEAUTY
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** A darker example comes in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' with [[spoiler:[[TheStarscream Goro Akechi]]'s mixed feelings of admiration and jealousy towards the protagonist. Both were labeled unfairly by society and stigmatized as a result (the MC as a criminal due to his arrest for a crime he did not commit; Akechi as an [[BastardAngst unwanted bastard child]] who would amount to nothing for that very reason), but not only did the MC come to not care what society thinks of him, but he gained a network of friends and confidants who genuinely come to care for him; Akechi meanwhile despite being a celebrity detective who went to great lengths to appease society and hide his bastard child image, was and still is overwhelmingly LonelyAtTheTop. His jealousy warps into outright hatred by the time your party fights him, [[RageBreakingPoint tipping over the edge]] even more than he already had, to the point that he uses his Persona's [[BadPowersBadPeople berserking abilities]] on himself in order to kill the Phantom Thieves. To make matters worse for Akechi, the player learns at the end of the game that [[BiggerBad Yaldabaoth]] more or less set him up to fail in his "game," and resources (including the guidance of [[AnthropomorphicPersonification the embodiment of human hope]], Morgana]])that were denied for Akechi were given to the protagonist.]]

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** A darker example comes in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' with [[spoiler:[[TheStarscream Goro Akechi]]'s mixed feelings of admiration and jealousy towards the protagonist. Both were labeled unfairly by society and stigmatized as a result (the MC as a criminal due to his arrest for a crime he did not commit; Akechi as an [[BastardAngst unwanted bastard child]] who would amount to nothing for that very reason), but not only did the MC come to not care what society thinks of him, but he gained a network of friends and confidants who genuinely come to care for him; Akechi meanwhile despite being a celebrity detective who went to great lengths to appease society and hide his bastard child image, was and still is overwhelmingly LonelyAtTheTop. His jealousy warps into outright hatred by the time your party fights him, [[RageBreakingPoint tipping over the edge]] even more than he already had, to the point that he uses his Persona's [[BadPowersBadPeople berserking abilities]] on himself in order to kill the Phantom Thieves. To make matters worse for Akechi, the player learns at the end of the game that [[BiggerBad Yaldabaoth]] more or less set him up to fail in his "game," and resources any kind of benevolent guidance (including the guidance help of [[AnthropomorphicPersonification the embodiment of human hope]], Morgana]])that were denied for Morgana) that Akechi could have benefitted from were instead given to the protagonist.]]
13th Sep '17 11:53:49 AM QueenBEAUTY
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** A darker example comes in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' with [[spoiler:[[TheStarscream Goro Akechi]]'s mixed feelings of admiration and jealousy towards the protagonist. Both were labeled unfairly by society and stigmatized as a result (the MC as a criminal due to his arrest for a crime he did not commit; Akechi as an [[BastardAngst unwanted bastard child]] who would amount to nothing for that very reason), but not only did the MC come to not care what society thinks of him, but he gained a network of friends and confidants who genuinely come to care for him; Akechi meanwhile despite being a celebrity detective who went to great lengths to appease society and hide his bastard child image, was and still is overwhelmingly LonelyAtTheTop. His jealousy warps into outright hatred by the time your party fights him, [[RageBreakingPoint tipping over the edge]] even more than he already had, to the point that he uses his Persona's [[BadPowersBadPeople berserking abilities]] on himself in order to kill the Phantom Thieves.]]

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** A darker example comes in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' with [[spoiler:[[TheStarscream Goro Akechi]]'s mixed feelings of admiration and jealousy towards the protagonist. Both were labeled unfairly by society and stigmatized as a result (the MC as a criminal due to his arrest for a crime he did not commit; Akechi as an [[BastardAngst unwanted bastard child]] who would amount to nothing for that very reason), but not only did the MC come to not care what society thinks of him, but he gained a network of friends and confidants who genuinely come to care for him; Akechi meanwhile despite being a celebrity detective who went to great lengths to appease society and hide his bastard child image, was and still is overwhelmingly LonelyAtTheTop. His jealousy warps into outright hatred by the time your party fights him, [[RageBreakingPoint tipping over the edge]] even more than he already had, to the point that he uses his Persona's [[BadPowersBadPeople berserking abilities]] on himself in order to kill the Phantom Thieves. To make matters worse for Akechi, the player learns at the end of the game that [[BiggerBad Yaldabaoth]] more or less set him up to fail in his "game," and resources (including the guidance of [[AnthropomorphicPersonification the embodiment of human hope]], Morgana]])that were denied for Akechi were given to the protagonist.]]
** Another ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' example, albeit less potent, is Sae Niijima, the older sister of eventual Phantom Thief Makoto. This [[HelloAttorney prosecutor's]] cynicism in her corrupted field is compounded not only by the sexist attitudes of Japanese society, but by Makoto herself: she has personal standards and a sense of justice that Sae believes that she can never live up to, and to make matters worse, Makoto is still a high school student who cannot really do much to relieve Sae's burdens. Sae winds up snapping at Makoto over her uselessness one night, and her resentment grows to the point that [[spoiler:she gains a [[EldritchLocation Palace]] of her own, built on the [[SevenDeadlySins theme of Envy]], no less.
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13th Sep '17 11:39:26 AM QueenBEAUTY
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** A darker example comes in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' with [[spoiler:[[TheStarscream Goro Akechi]]'s mixed feelings of admiration and jealousy towards the protagonist. Both were labeled unfairly by society and stigmatized as a result (the MC as a criminal due to his arrest for a crime he did not commit; Akechi as an [[BastardAngst unwanted bastard child]] who would amount to nothing for that very reason), but not only did the MC come to not care what society thinks of him, but he gained a network of friends and confidants who genuinely come to care for him; Akechi meanwhile despite being a celebrity detective who went to great lengths to appease society and hide his bastard child image, was and still is overwhelmingly LonelyAtTheTop. His jealousy warps into outright hatred by the time your party fights him, [[RageBreakingPoint tipping over the edge]] even more than he already had, to the point that he uses his Persona's [[BadPowersBadPeople berserking abilities]] on himself in order to kill the Phantom Thieves.]]
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