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14th Aug '15 2:15:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/DeathWish 4: The Crackdown'', Kersey finds out the rich man who offered him assistance to take out the drug dealers, [[spoiler: wasn't a corporate executive, the person he impersonated was out of the country for several months, the man he dealt with was really the rival of the other dealers, and was basically using Kersey to eliminate the competition. Please note that this plot twist appeared earlier in The Saint in New York and The Saint Meets a Phantom]].
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* In ''Film/DeathWish 4: The Crackdown'', ''Film/DeathWish4TheCrackdown'', Kersey finds out the rich man who offered him assistance to take out the drug dealers, [[spoiler: wasn't a corporate executive, the person he impersonated was out of the country for several months, the man he dealt with was really the rival of the other dealers, and was basically using Kersey to eliminate the competition. Please note that this plot twist appeared earlier in The Saint in New York and The Saint Meets a Phantom]].
14th Aug '15 2:14:55 AM Morgenthaler
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Moved animated films to a seperate folder.
[[folder:Films -- Animated]] * ''WesternAnimation/TheManCalledFlintstone'': Fred finds out that The Green Goose, nefarious James Bond villain he's been after is actually Agent XXX (not to be confused with Vin Diesel or Ice Cube). [[/folder]]

[[folder:WesternAnimation]] * ''WesternAnimation/TheManCalledFlintstone'': Fred finds out that The Green Goose, nefarious James Bond villain he's been after is actually Agent XXX (not to be confused with Vin Diesel or Ice Cube). [[/folder]]
14th Aug '15 2:14:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones: In ''Film/TheManCalledFlintstone'' [[spoiler: Fred finds out that The Green Goose, nefarious James Bond villain he's been after is actually Agent XXX (not to be confused with Vin Diesel or Ice Cube)]].
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* WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones: In ''Film/TheManCalledFlintstone'' [[spoiler: ''WesternAnimation/TheManCalledFlintstone'': Fred finds out that The Green Goose, nefarious James Bond villain he's been after is actually Agent XXX (not to be confused with Vin Diesel or Ice Cube)]].Cube).
10th May '15 2:28:42 PM Korodzik
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* ''VideoGame/{{Strife}}'': Macil apparently sent you after the pieces of the Sigil to acquire the complete artifact and free the One God, though he was obviously insane and possessed by a Spectre, so he might have originally had honest intentions before he got possessed. And the Oracle (in the "bad" story branch) does the same thing, sending you after the Sigil pieces and finally mocking you for falling for its ruse. In the bad ending, it's also strongly implied that your MissionControl, Blackbird, was actually the [[BigBad Entity]] manipulating you into acquiring the Sigil and using it to free the Entity.
24th Dec '14 1:59:20 PM Morgenthaler
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* As Jack is bargaining with Barbossa for Will's life in the fantasy film ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl'', and to destroy the men of the ''Dauntless'' (more or less), plus getting to sail the ''Pearl'' again as captain, Will bursts out "You've been planning this from the beginning!"
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* As Jack is bargaining with Barbossa for Will's life in the fantasy film ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl'', ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl'', and to destroy the men of the ''Dauntless'' (more or less), plus getting to sail the ''Pearl'' again as captain, Will bursts out "You've been planning this from the beginning!"
16th Oct '14 3:07:10 PM MisterCPC
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* In the seventh season of ''Series/TwentyFour'' [[spoiler: Tony turns out to be playing everyone at the end of the season. Everything he was doing with Jack, Chloe, and the FBI was all to obtain a bio-engineered virus that the terrorist cell he was working with wanted obtain, but then it turns out at the very end that everything he was doing for them was to get in good graces with and meet their ringleader so he could kill him.]]
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* In the seventh season of ''Series/TwentyFour'' [[spoiler: Tony turns out to be playing everyone at the end of the season. Everything he was doing with Him warning Jack, Chloe, and the FBI about an attack and Washington D.C. and working with them to stop it was all to obtain a bio-engineered virus that the terrorist cell he was working with wanted obtain, but then it turns out at the very end that everything he was doing that for them was all to get in good graces with and meet their ringleader so he could kill him.him since said ringleader had masterminded the death of his pregnant wife.]]
16th Oct '14 3:04:49 PM MisterCPC
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* In the seventh season of ''Series/TwentyFour'' [[spoiler: Tony turns out to be playing everyone at the end of the season. Everything he was doing with Jack, Chloe, and the FBI was all to obtain a bio-engineered virus that the terrorist cell he was working with wanted obtain, but then it turns out at the very end that everything he was doing for them was to get in good graces with and meet their ringleader so he could kill him.]]
29th Sep '14 9:32:47 AM paranoia222
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Compare DetectivePatsy, the crime/mystery equivalent. May overlap with MacGuffinDeliveryService or KansasCityShuffle. If the hero ''knew'' he was being played this may be a case of OutGambitted. If not, then the hero is an UnwittingPawn. The realization that the heroes were being used will often lead, not entirely justifiably, to NiceJobBreakingItHero.
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Compare DetectivePatsy, the crime/mystery equivalent. May overlap with MacGuffinDeliveryService or KansasCityShuffle. If the hero ''knew'' he was being played this may be a case of OutGambitted. If not, then the hero is an UnwittingPawn. The realization that the heroes were being used will often lead, not entirely justifiably, to NiceJobBreakingItHero. NiceJobBreakingItHero. Then again, when/if the hero overcomes the resulting HeroicBSOD and saves the day, it can become NiceJobFixingItVillain
20th Apr '14 8:57:27 AM Regulas314
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* WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones: In ''The Man Called Flintstone'' [[spoiler: Fred finds out that the nefarious James Bond villain he's been after is actually Agent XXX (not to be confused with Vin Diesel or Ice Cube)]].
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* WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones: In ''The Man Called Flintstone'' In ''Film/TheManCalledFlintstone'' [[spoiler: Fred finds out that the The Green Goose, nefarious James Bond villain he's been after is actually Agent XXX (not to be confused with Vin Diesel or Ice Cube)]].
23rd Mar '14 2:51:39 PM ArenaL5
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Removing extraneous apostrophes
* In ''Film/DeathWish 4: The Crackdown''', Kersey finds out the rich man who offered him assistance to take out the drug dealers, [[spoiler: wasn't a corporate executive, the person he impersonated was out of the country for several months, the man he dealt with was really the rival of the other dealers, and was basically using Kersey to eliminate the competition. Please note that this plot twist appeared earlier in The Saint in New York and The Saint Meets a Phantom]].
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* In ''Film/DeathWish 4: The Crackdown''', Crackdown'', Kersey finds out the rich man who offered him assistance to take out the drug dealers, [[spoiler: wasn't a corporate executive, the person he impersonated was out of the country for several months, the man he dealt with was really the rival of the other dealers, and was basically using Kersey to eliminate the competition. Please note that this plot twist appeared earlier in The Saint in New York and The Saint Meets a Phantom]].

* '''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'', specifically the second game of the series. [[spoiler: You work for the person who is THE {{Magnificent Bastard}} of the entire game, although he stealthed his way out of being seen as one.]]
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* '''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'', ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'', specifically the second game of the series. [[spoiler: You work for the person who is THE {{Magnificent Bastard}} of the entire game, although he stealthed his way out of being seen as one.]]

* The final boss of ''Milky Way Wishes'' in '''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'': [[spoiler: Marx, who asked you to summon the wish-granting comet Nova so he could wish to control Popstar.]] ** Again in '''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'': [[spoiler:Magolor manipulated Kirby and his friends into rebuilding the Lor Starcutter and fighting Landia in order to steal the wish-granting Master Crown.]] * '''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'': Taken to it's logical extreme. [[spoiler: Your master, who raised you from a child, trained you as part of an elaborate plot to kill the current Emperor. He planned everything perfectly so that you would think you are merely saving your master when instead you are clearing the way for him to become Emperor. [[MagnificentBastard Glorious Strategist indeed!]]]]
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* The final boss of ''Milky Way Wishes'' in '''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'': ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'': [[spoiler: Marx, who asked you to summon the wish-granting comet Nova so he could wish to control Popstar.]] ** Again in '''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'': ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'': [[spoiler:Magolor manipulated Kirby and his friends into rebuilding the Lor Starcutter and fighting Landia in order to steal the wish-granting Master Crown.]] * '''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'': ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'': Taken to it's logical extreme. [[spoiler: Your master, who raised you from a child, trained you as part of an elaborate plot to kill the current Emperor. He planned everything perfectly so that you would think you are merely saving your master when instead you are clearing the way for him to become Emperor. [[MagnificentBastard Glorious Strategist indeed!]]]]

* In '''VideoGame/RuneFactory'', the LaserGuidedAmnesia protagonist was put there as a deliberate plot to [[spoiler:awaken Terrable-a powerful dragon]]. All goes nicely according to plan until [[spoiler:Terrable is defeated and later disables the attacking 100 tanks]].
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* In '''VideoGame/RuneFactory'', ''VideoGame/RuneFactory'', the LaserGuidedAmnesia protagonist was put there as a deliberate plot to [[spoiler:awaken Terrable-a powerful dragon]]. All goes nicely according to plan until [[spoiler:Terrable is defeated and later disables the attacking 100 tanks]].
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