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16th Apr '17 12:48:14 PM SilverShadow2722
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* After centuries of being built up as the villain by the gods, [[spoiler: Loki]] from ''[[FanFic/BloomingMoonChronicles Hecate's Orphanage]] decides that he's finally had enough, and that he's going to destroy all the worlds.

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* After centuries of being built up as the villain by the gods, [[spoiler: Loki]] from ''[[FanFic/BloomingMoonChronicles Hecate's Orphanage]] Orphanage]]'' decides that he's finally had enough, and that he's going to destroy all the worlds.
16th Apr '17 12:47:38 PM SilverShadow2722
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* After centuries of being built up as the villain by the gods, [[spoiler: Loki]] from ''[[FanFic/BloomingMoonChronicles Hecate's Orphanage]] decides that he's finally had enough, and that he's going to destroy all the worlds.
15th Apr '17 12:04:09 PM Koveras
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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', almost all of Kirkwall distrusts the qunari and their leader, the Arishok, due to the qunari's reputation for being heathen conquerors. While the Arishok is [[KnightTemplar by no means]] a nice guy, he and the rest of the qunari just want to mind their own business and leave Kirkwall as soon as possible. However, after years of unprovoked attacks by those who expect him to act against them, the Arishok finally has enough and tries to conquer Kirkwall.

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* The whole ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series has this with blood magic. Even though it can be used innocently, using only your own blood and powering all kinds of magic, it is always claimed to be evil magic fuelled through harming others and used to control minds. Since the slightest hint of innocent use is an immediate death sentence, those who get caught tend to go all-in on the evil due to having no other choice left.
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In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', almost all of Kirkwall distrusts the qunari and their leader, the Arishok, due to the qunari's reputation for being heathen conquerors. While the Arishok is [[KnightTemplar by no means]] a nice guy, he and the rest of the qunari just want to mind their own business and leave Kirkwall as soon as possible. However, after years of unprovoked attacks by those who expect him to act against them, the Arishok finally has enough and tries to conquer Kirkwall.



* The whole ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' series has this with blood magic. Even though it can be used innocently, using only your own blood and powering all kinds of magic, it is always claimed to be evil magic fuelled through harming others and used to control minds. Since the slightest hint of innocent use is an immediate death sentence, those who get caught tend to go all-in on the evil due to having no other choice left.
9th Apr '17 8:21:59 AM defender2222
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* Faith in the sequel to ''Fanfic/FaithAndDoubt''. The other Elements of Harmony spend the entire fic claiming he must be evil, never forgiving him for his past. When Laughter makes him believe he has a child and a family, only to rip it away from him, he decides to revert back to his dark self and show the Elements why it wasn't smart to poke the dragon.
6th Apr '17 9:14:13 AM Cuddles
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* Often the case in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' as well. Village witches, alchemists, and various others are all too open to accusations of being in league with Chaos, at which point they generally have nothing left but to either die or actually go over to Chaos.


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* The whole ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' series has this with blood magic. Even though it can be used innocently, using only your own blood and powering all kinds of magic, it is always claimed to be evil magic fuelled through harming others and used to control minds. Since the slightest hint of innocent use is an immediate death sentence, those who get caught tend to go all-in on the evil due to having no other choice left.
6th Apr '17 8:49:07 AM Cuddles
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* Essentially the premise of ''Film/DoubleJeopardy''. Since the protagonist has already been convicted for a murder she didn't commit (and which never actually happened), she figures she may as well go ahead and actually commit it.
28th Mar '17 3:30:24 PM Az_Tech341
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* Played with in ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria''. Velvet bases her identity in this, knowing that her desire to kill Artorias is based in nothing more than a selfish desire for revenge, and that's before she learns he's become a VillainWithGoodPublicity that effectively controls the world. She knows her motives are a [[HeroWithBadPublicity PR nightmare]] and isn't afraid to tell anyone who offers her aid that she fully intends to murder the Shepherd and [[AndThenWhat has no plans beyond that]]. In fact, she so completely thinks of herself as a vile, vicious, bloodthirsty monster that she'll often [[MetaphoricallyTrue doctor the facts]] ''against'' herself - when recounting her escape from [[HellholePrison Titania]], she says she was freed by a rogue Malak, and [[HorrorHunger consumed]] her rescuer on the way out too awaken her powers. She leaves out that Seres was [[TakingTheBullet mortally wounded protecting Velvet from an attack]], and [[BetterToDieThanBeKilled begged to be consumed so her death would tangibly help]]. Velvet thinks her goals make her inherently unsympathetic, but when her full picture is finally made clear, an antagonistic teammate-by-circumstance completely loses any resolve to betray her, and Velvet has trouble understanding why.

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* Played with in ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria''. Velvet bases her identity in this, knowing that her desire to kill Artorias is based in nothing more than a selfish desire for revenge, and that's before she learns he's become a VillainWithGoodPublicity that effectively controls the world. She knows her motives are a [[HeroWithBadPublicity PR nightmare]] and isn't afraid to tell anyone who offers her aid that she fully intends to murder the Shepherd and [[AndThenWhat has no plans beyond that]]. In fact, she so completely thinks of herself as a vile, vicious, bloodthirsty monster that she'll often [[MetaphoricallyTrue doctor the facts]] ''against'' herself - when recounting her escape from [[HellholePrison Titania]], she says she was freed by a rogue Malak, and [[HorrorHunger consumed]] her rescuer on the way out too to awaken her powers. She leaves out that Seres was [[TakingTheBullet mortally wounded protecting Velvet from an attack]], attack]] and [[BetterToDieThanBeKilled begged to be consumed so her death would tangibly help]]. Velvet thinks her goals make her inherently unsympathetic, but when her full picture is finally made clear, an antagonistic teammate-by-circumstance completely loses any resolve to betray her, and Velvet has trouble understanding why.
28th Mar '17 3:24:35 AM Kazmahu
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* Played with in ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria''. Velvet bases her identity in this, knowing that her desire to kill Artorias is based in nothing more than a selfish desire for revenge, and that's before she learns he's become a VillainWithGoodPublicity that effectively controls the world. She knows her motives are a PR nightmare and isn't afraid to tell anyone who offers her aid that she fully intends to murder the Shepherd and [[AndThenWhat has no plans beyond that]]. In fact, she so completely thinks of herself as a vile, vicious, bloodthirsty monster that she'll often doctor the facts ''against'' herself - when recounting her escape from [[HellholePrison Titania]], she says she was free by a rogue Malak, and [[HorrorHunger consumed]] her rescuer on the way out too awaken her powers. She leaves out that Seres was [[TakingTheBullet mortally wounded protecting Velvet from an attack]], and [[BetterToDieThanBeKilled begged to be consumed so her death would tangibly help]]. Velvet thinks her goals make her inherently unsympathetic, but when her full picture is finally made clear, an antagonistic teammate-by-circumstance completely loses any resolve to betray her, and Velvet has trouble understanding why.

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* Played with in ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria''. Velvet bases her identity in this, knowing that her desire to kill Artorias is based in nothing more than a selfish desire for revenge, and that's before she learns he's become a VillainWithGoodPublicity that effectively controls the world. She knows her motives are a [[HeroWithBadPublicity PR nightmare nightmare]] and isn't afraid to tell anyone who offers her aid that she fully intends to murder the Shepherd and [[AndThenWhat has no plans beyond that]]. In fact, she so completely thinks of herself as a vile, vicious, bloodthirsty monster that she'll often [[MetaphoricallyTrue doctor the facts facts]] ''against'' herself - when recounting her escape from [[HellholePrison Titania]], she says she was free freed by a rogue Malak, and [[HorrorHunger consumed]] her rescuer on the way out too awaken her powers. She leaves out that Seres was [[TakingTheBullet mortally wounded protecting Velvet from an attack]], and [[BetterToDieThanBeKilled begged to be consumed so her death would tangibly help]]. Velvet thinks her goals make her inherently unsympathetic, but when her full picture is finally made clear, an antagonistic teammate-by-circumstance completely loses any resolve to betray her, and Velvet has trouble understanding why.
28th Mar '17 3:21:04 AM Kazmahu
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* Played with in ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria''. Velvet bases her identity in this, knowing that her desire to kill Artorias is based in nothing more than a selfish desire for revenge, and that's before she learns he's become a VillainWithGoodPublicity that effectively controls the world. She knows her motives are a PR nightmare and isn't afraid to tell anyone who offers her aid that she fully intends to murder the Shepherd and [[AndThenWhat has no plans beyond that]]. In fact, she so completely thinks of herself as a vile, vicious, bloodthirsty monster that she'll often doctor the facts ''against'' herself - when recounting her escape from [[HellholePrison Titania]], she says she was free by a rogue Malak, and [[HorrorHunger consumed]] her rescuer on the way out too awaken her powers. She leaves out that Seres was [[TakingTheBullet mortally wounded protecting Velvet from an attack]], and [[BetterToDieThanBeKilled begged to be consumed so her death would tangibly help]]. Velvet thinks her goals make her inherently unsympathetic, but when her full picture is finally made clear, an antagonistic teammate-by-circumstance completely loses any resolve to betray her, and Velvet has trouble understanding why.
18th Mar '17 5:29:09 PM eroock
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