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6th Dec '16 5:37:39 AM Tron80
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[[caption-width-right:350:Not even a [[TheCape Cape]] like Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}will put up with abuse and slander forever]]

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6th Dec '16 5:35:33 AM Tron80
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[[caption-width-right:350:Not even a [[TheCape Cape]] will put up with abuse and slander forever]]

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6th Dec '16 2:35:50 AM Tron80
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2nd Dec '16 10:08:47 PM dvorak
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* ''Fanfic/{{Equestrylvania}}'': [[CreepyMortician Dirt Nap]] invokes this trope by saying that since everypony always mistreated him just because his special talent is for handling dead bodies, he's going to make them pay by joining [[BigBad Dracula]]. The trope gets {{deconstructed|trope}} however, when Twilight gives him a pretty righteous TheReasonYouSuckSpeech that sums up why no sympathy is given to him.

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* ''Fanfic/{{Equestrylvania}}'': [[CreepyMortician Dirt Nap]] invokes this trope by saying that since everypony always mistreated him just because his special talent is for handling dead bodies, he's going to make them pay by joining [[BigBad Dracula]]. The trope gets {{deconstructed|trope}} however, when Twilight gives him a pretty righteous TheReasonYouSuckSpeech (among other things, ''he'' never acted friendly to anyone else, so everyone just assumed he preferred it that way) that sums up why no sympathy is given to him.
25th Nov '16 1:29:14 PM nombretomado
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* In ''AvatarTheLastAirbender'', this is ultimately the trigger for Azula's actions throughout the series. [[spoiler: She believed that her mother rejected her as a monster and preferred her brother Zuko. So she dedicated herself to becoming DaddysLittleVillain, proving to both her Mother and Zuko that she doesn't need their love, as being feared is the only thing that matters. It backfires on her tragically, resulting in an epic VillainousBreakdown.]]

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* In ''AvatarTheLastAirbender'', ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', this is ultimately the trigger for Azula's actions throughout the series. [[spoiler: She believed that her mother rejected her as a monster and preferred her brother Zuko. So she dedicated herself to becoming DaddysLittleVillain, proving to both her Mother and Zuko that she doesn't need their love, as being feared is the only thing that matters. It backfires on her tragically, resulting in an epic VillainousBreakdown.]]
23rd Nov '16 3:30:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''StarcraftII: Heart of the Swarm'', Kerrigan, recently de-[[TheVirus infested]] and now aligned with the heroes, is actively trying to turn her back on her own potential to control the zerg, since she feels this might lead her back to her old self. Then, [[TheEmpire The Dominion]] attacks her allies, forcing her to [[DieOrFly take control of a feral zerg brood]] lest the Dominion shoot down her LoveInterest, Raynor. She realizes during the fighting that she's at risk of giving in to her viciousness, and tries to curb herself. However, Raynor's ship never shows at the rendezvous and she overhears a news report that the Dominion captured and executed him before he could escape. [[spoiler: (In fact, he was not executed, but is being held as a check against her attacking the Dominion.)]] She promptly declares bloody vengeance against the Dominion and Emperor Mengsk, actively seeking out zerg forces to command and [[spoiler: becoming re-infested, after a fashion]] to increase her psychic power. Mengsk seems to realize that the whole mess is his fault (twice over; his betrayal got her infested in the first place!) when [[spoiler: she kills him]].

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* In ''StarcraftII: ''VideoGame/StarcraftII: Heart of the Swarm'', Kerrigan, recently de-[[TheVirus infested]] and now aligned with the heroes, is actively trying to turn her back on her own potential to control the zerg, since she feels this might lead her back to her old self. Then, [[TheEmpire The Dominion]] attacks her allies, forcing her to [[DieOrFly take control of a feral zerg brood]] lest the Dominion shoot down her LoveInterest, Raynor. She realizes during the fighting that she's at risk of giving in to her viciousness, and tries to curb herself. However, Raynor's ship never shows at the rendezvous and she overhears a news report that the Dominion captured and executed him before he could escape. [[spoiler: (In fact, he was not executed, but is being held as a check against her attacking the Dominion.)]] She promptly declares bloody vengeance against the Dominion and Emperor Mengsk, actively seeking out zerg forces to command and [[spoiler: becoming re-infested, after a fashion]] to increase her psychic power. Mengsk seems to realize that the whole mess is his fault (twice over; his betrayal got her infested in the first place!) when [[spoiler: she kills him]].
16th Nov '16 3:04:58 PM Midgettoe2000
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* Music/{{Eminem}} has explored this topic in many of songs, but it becomes a primary element in the sequel to his hit song "Stan", appropriately enough, titled "Bad Guy". The final verse really drives the trope home, with Stan's younger brother, Mitchell, mocking the rapper, as the young man takes vengeance on Eminem, for driving Stan to suicide.

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* Music/{{Eminem}} has explored this topic in many of songs, but it becomes a primary element in the sequel to his hit song "Stan", appropriately enough, titled "Bad Guy". The final verse really drives the trope home, with Stan's younger brother, Mitchell, Matthew, mocking the rapper, as the young man takes vengeance on Eminem, for driving Stan to suicide.
14th Nov '16 11:27:23 PM Az_Tech341
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* * One unsub in ''Series/CriminalMinds'' is revealed to be this. [[spoiler: The unsub had been arrested by the FBI years prior for murders he did not commit, which resulted in his wife and children leaving him, him losing his job, and the occasional beatdown from people who still believed him to be a criminal. This led him to murder several nurses years down the line, which catched the FBI's attention.
Ironically, while he was a murderer, it's revealed that he was not the guy they were looking for this time either. (The unsub had no idea about another set of crimes the team was investigating) [[DrivenToSuicide The guy overdosed on his medicine soon after.]]]]

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* * One unsub in ''Series/CriminalMinds'' is revealed to be this. [[spoiler: The unsub had been arrested by the FBI years prior for murders he did not commit, which resulted in his wife and children leaving him, him losing his job, and the occasional beatdown from people who still believed him to be a criminal. This led him to murder several nurses years down the line, which catched caught the FBI's attention.
attention. Ironically, while he was a murderer, it's revealed that he was not the guy they were looking for this time either. (The unsub had no idea about another set of crimes the team was investigating) [[DrivenToSuicide The guy overdosed on his medicine soon after.]]]]
14th Nov '16 11:11:46 AM Killerikala
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* * One unsub in ''Series/CriminalMinds'' is revealed to be this. [[spoiler: The unsub had been arrested by the FBI years prior for murders he did not commit, which resulted in his wife and children leaving him, him losing his job, and the occasional beatdown from people who still believed him to be a criminal. This led him to murder several nurses years down the line, which catched the FBI's attention.
Ironically, while he was a murderer, it's revealed that he was not the guy they were looking for this time either. (The unsub had no idea about another set of crimes the team was investigating) [[DrivenToSuicide The guy overdosed on his medicine soon after.]]]]
14th Nov '16 4:35:35 AM Az_Tech341
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* One unsub in ''Series/CriminalMinds'' is revealed to be this. [[spoiler: The unsub had been arrested by the FBI years prior for murders he did not commit, which resulted in his wife and children leaving him, him losing his job, and the occasional beatdown from people who still believed him to be a criminal. Ironically, it's revealed that he was not the guy they were looking for this time either. (The unsub had no idea about another set of crimes the team was investigating) [[DrivenToSuicide The guy overdosed on his medicine soon after.]]]]
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