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19th Aug '16 10:20:02 PM CharlesPhipps
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* Vampire hunters are a major enemy in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton'' as they serve as domestic terrorists in TheUnmasqueredWorld. This serves as a major source of the protagonists angst as he knows vampires are TheMafia and ruthless killers but the people fighting them are arguably worse.

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* Vampire hunters are a major enemy in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton'' as they serve as domestic terrorists in TheUnmasqueredWorld.TheUnmasquedWorld. This serves as a major source of the protagonists angst as he knows vampires are TheMafia and ruthless killers but the people fighting them are arguably worse.
19th Aug '16 10:19:32 PM CharlesPhipps
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* Vampire hunters are a major enemy in ''Literature/StraightOuttaFangton'' as they serve as domestic terrorists in TheUnmasqueredWorld. This serves as a major source of the protagonists angst as he knows vampires are TheMafia and ruthless killers but the people fighting them are arguably worse.
16th Aug '16 9:04:38 AM Vir
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* In ''Manhwa/WitchHunter'', the whole plot was kick-started when a new religion speaking out against Witches, a group of woman who are able to wield supernatural powers, started wide scale witch hunts, killing countless innocent witches. In answer to this, two of the most powerful witches--who are without a doubt sadistic warmongerers who enjoy carnage--and their followers started their own genocide against humanity, killing almost 2/3 of all humans on ''earth''. The world scale organization humans formed to combat these witches [[SubvertedTrope subverts]] VanHelsingHateCrimes by having made it their mission to ''limit'' witch deaths, instead capturing them alive and draining their magic, which has proven to be the reason so many of the humanity-hating ones are insane in the first place. They even employ and protect witches who are willing to fight for humanity and are, in fact, the only organization that treats humans and witches as equals.

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* In ''Manhwa/WitchHunter'', the whole plot was kick-started when a new religion speaking out against Witches, a group of woman who are able to wield supernatural powers, started wide scale witch hunts, killing countless innocent witches. In answer to this, two of the most powerful witches--who are without a doubt sadistic warmongerers who enjoy carnage--and their followers started their own genocide against humanity, killing almost 2/3 of all humans on ''earth''.''Earth''. The world scale organization humans formed to combat these witches [[SubvertedTrope subverts]] VanHelsingHateCrimes by having made it their mission to ''limit'' witch deaths, instead capturing them alive and draining their magic, which has proven to be the reason so many of the humanity-hating ones are insane in the first place. They even employ and protect witches who are willing to fight for humanity and are, in fact, the only organization that treats humans and witches as equals.



* In ''Film/MenInBlack'', the eponymous organization seems to only accept candidates who are an aversion of this trope, which makes sense as most aliens on earth are not bad and are simply supervised by the Men In Black. When James Edwards went into the final round, they were given target practice. All the other candidates, who seemed to view all the cut-out alien targets as basically monsters, shot only aliens and refused to shoot any human targets; they were all rejected. James Edwards, the candidate who got accepted, did not shoot any of the aliens, for example because one was simply clearly working out, and shot only the target of the little human girl at the end, because she was carrying a quantum mechanics book and appeared quite ready to do something evil.

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* In ''Film/MenInBlack'', the eponymous organization seems to only accept candidates who are an aversion of this trope, which makes sense as most aliens on earth Earth are not bad and are simply supervised by the Men In in Black. When James Edwards went into the final round, they were given target practice. All the other candidates, who seemed to view all the cut-out alien targets as basically monsters, shot only aliens and refused to shoot any human targets; they were all rejected. James Edwards, the candidate who got accepted, did not shoot any of the aliens, for example because one was simply clearly working out, and shot only the target of the little human girl at the end, because she was carrying a quantum mechanics book and appeared quite ready to do something evil.
14th Aug '16 12:13:49 AM Theokal3
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** Even outside of direct hunter-monster interactions, werewolves in ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' are strongly encouraged by their elders to destroy anything associated with the Wyrm and are quite capable of dusting [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade vampires]], even though not all vampires in the setting are [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires reliably evil]]; this antagonism does not appear in the spiritual sequel ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken''.

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** Even outside of direct hunter-monster interactions, werewolves in ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' are strongly encouraged by their elders to destroy anything associated with the Wyrm and are quite capable of dusting [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade vampires]], even though not all vampires in the setting are [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires reliably evil]]; this antagonism does not appear in the spiritual sequel ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken''.''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken'', where werewolves are at worse indifferent to vampires.


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** fan-made ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'' has the Queen of Storms and her followers, a faction of [[DarkMagicalGirl Twilight Princesses]] who are literally ''forced'' to follow this trope. Their ideal is that [[TheDarkSide the Darkness]] must be destroyed no matter what, meaning they will just as easily kill AlwaysChaoticEvil Creatures of the Darkness as people corrupt by it who still could be saved. Trying to display mercy will cause them to lose access to part of their power, which they can then only restore by inflicting themselves massive damages.
22nd Jul '16 4:23:49 PM DarkHunter
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--->'''Shepard''': What do you think, Legion? Would your people be open to the idea of peace?\\
'''Legion''': Not without additional data that suggests co-existence is profitable or desirable for the Creators. When the Creators have believed they had an advantage over the geth, they have attacked 100% of the time.
9th Jul '16 10:59:49 PM Arawn999
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* In ''Manga/YoukaiShoujoMonsuga'', the organization G-CUP tries to recruit the protagonist Nishizuru Yakki due to his powerful supernatural abilities. He opposes after he learns they are dedicated to killing ''all'' youkai -- viewing them as abominations and threats to humanity regardless of whether or not they kill humans -- and that the good youkai he has befriended are on their hit list.
9th Jul '16 9:12:04 PM Arawn999
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Venom}}'', after losing the Anti-Venom symbiote, Eddie Brock expands his kill-list from just Venom and starts hunting down all symbiote-wearers in order to prevent the coming of what the Toxin symbiote called the Spawning. This includes anti-heroes like Shriek and outright heroes like Hybrid, the latter of whom he expresses regret for killing but does so anyways. He continues his crusade even after [[HunterOfHisOwnKind bonding to the Toxin symbiote]], and is called out on his hypocrisy by Agent Venom.
3rd Jul '16 6:59:53 AM Dark_Lord_
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* In one episode of ''Series/Beetleborgs'', a young vampire hunter attempts to slay Count Fangula who is actually quite harmless and forms no danger to anyone in the nearby town. After the vampire hunter is scared by Flabber, disguised as a dragon, he proclaims Fangula to be an insignificant vampire, being more trouble than he is worth, thus allowing Fangula to live.

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* In one episode of ''Series/Beetleborgs'', ''{{Series/Beetleborgs}}'', a young vampire hunter attempts to slay Count Fangula Fangula, who is actually quite harmless and forms no danger to anyone in the nearby town.town, due to his incompetence. After the vampire hunter is scared by Flabber, disguised as a dragon, he proclaims Fangula to be an insignificant vampire, being more trouble than he is worth, thus allowing Fangula to live.
3rd Jul '16 6:58:04 AM Dark_Lord_
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* In ''KamenRiderDecade'' when the group arrives in Kiva's World, a man walks into the photo studio and asks for their services, before suddenly transforming into a Fangire. When Tsubaki transforms into Decade to fight, the Fangire flees in fear and shouts about being persecuted. It's only a while later that the protagonists find out that in this world, humans and Fangires live in peace. [[spoiler:Or at least tries to, but not everyone agrees...]]

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* In ''KamenRiderDecade'' when the group arrives in Kiva's World, a man walks into the photo studio and asks for their services, before suddenly transforming into a Fangire. When Tsubaki Tsukasa transforms into Decade to fight, the Fangire flees in fear and shouts about being persecuted. It's only a while later that the protagonists find out that in this world, humans and Fangires live in peace. [[spoiler:Or at least tries to, but not everyone agrees...]]
* In one episode of ''Series/Beetleborgs'', a young vampire hunter attempts to slay Count Fangula who is actually quite harmless and forms no danger to anyone in the nearby town. After the vampire hunter is scared by Flabber, disguised as a dragon, he proclaims Fangula to be an insignificant vampire, being more trouble than he is worth, thus allowing Fangula to live.
26th Jun '16 10:56:38 AM nombretomado
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* In both ''BaldursGate'' games, the protagonist has to (if he so chooses) save Viconia, [[OurElvesAreDifferent the drow elf]]--once from a KnightTemplar and once from being [[BurnTheWitch burned at the stake]]. Possible subversion, because Viconia is NeutralEvil. Though if you make the effort in Throne of Bhaal, [[LoveRedeems she]] [[HeelFaceTurn becomes]] TrueNeutral, and the [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue epilogue]] states that she is well on her way to becoming NeutralGood.

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* In both ''BaldursGate'' ''Franchise/BaldursGate'' games, the protagonist has to (if he so chooses) save Viconia, [[OurElvesAreDifferent the drow elf]]--once from a KnightTemplar and once from being [[BurnTheWitch burned at the stake]]. Possible subversion, because Viconia is NeutralEvil. Though if you make the effort in Throne of Bhaal, [[LoveRedeems she]] [[HeelFaceTurn becomes]] TrueNeutral, and the [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue epilogue]] states that she is well on her way to becoming NeutralGood.
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