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14th Jan '16 3:26:58 AM Jonnan001
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Knights of the Cross; Sanya
** Averted: The Knights of the Cross, called by God to hunt evil and defend the innocent, are actually quite reasonable, understanding people who take the stance that redemption is within anyone's reach, human or monster. Eventually, they reveal that [[spoiler: their core purpose is to redeem people possessed by literal fallen angels, up to that point presented as their worst enemies.]]
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** Averted: The Knights of the Cross, called by God to hunt evil and defend the innocent, are actually quite reasonable, understanding people who take the stance that redemption is within anyone's reach, human or monster. Eventually, they reveal that [[spoiler: their core purpose is to redeem people possessed by literal fallen angels, up to that point presented as their worst enemies.]][[spoiler: Heavily Averted: One of the Knights is such a redeemed.]]
12th Jan '16 6:27:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Runescape}}'', there is a series of quests in which the player helps save pacifist goblins from a group called Humans Against Monsters.
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* In ''{{Runescape}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'', there is a series of quests in which the player helps save pacifist goblins from a group called Humans Against Monsters.
11th Jan '16 12:56:18 PM theNerdytimes
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* Hilariously, the VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}} DLC trailer for ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' has Bayonetta attack [[VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising Pit and Dark Pit]] on sight, as though they were like the [[OurAngelsAreDifferent far more unsympathetic angels]] of her own game.
9th Jan '16 1:21:21 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/GemsOfWar'', the quest-giver for Whitehelm is Sapphira, a vampire noblewoman. She says that vampires have traditionally lived in peace with other residents of Whitehelm, and is outraged (and [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge vengeful]]) that the religious authorities are trying to do away with her.
9th Dec '15 8:24:13 PM PaulA
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* The issue... comes up, shall we say, in Liz Williams ''Snake Agent'' (her first Detective Inspector Chen novel).
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* The issue... comes up, shall we say, in Liz Williams ''Snake Agent'' (her first Detective Inspector Chen Literature/DetectiveInspectorChen novel).
2nd Dec '15 2:34:09 AM BattleMaster
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* It's practically impossible to kill monsters and not do this in ''Franchise/MassEffect''. Rachni seem like just your regular monster, wreaking havoc on the research facility on Noveria, but it turns out they're sentient and somewhat intelligent and plead you not to exterminate them. The Thorian that terrorizes colonists on Feros is being an asshole to everyone, but it turns out that's partly because Saren double-crossed it and it no longer trusts anyone. And even the geth get enough sympathy in the sequel that just shooting them on sight like we'd been accustomed to isn't as justified as we thought.
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* It's practically impossible to kill monsters and not do this in ''Franchise/MassEffect''. Rachni seem like just your regular monster, wreaking havoc on the research facility on Noveria, but it turns out they're sentient and somewhat intelligent and plead you not to exterminate them. only attacking because the research that was done on them drove them insane. The Thorian that terrorizes colonists on Feros is being an asshole to everyone, but a debatable example: yes, it turns out that's partly because Saren distrusts humanoids after it was double-crossed by Saren, but it's quite clear that before then it and it no longer trusts anyone.only had a use for humanoids as slaves or fertilizer. And even the geth get enough sympathy in the sequel that just shooting them on sight like we'd been accustomed to isn't as justified as we thought.
27th Nov '15 4:03:16 PM JustKnown
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** Meanwhile, Humanity First, the Knights of Purity, elements within the MCO and their sympathizers within the police will commit hate crimes against vulnerable mutants if they think they can get away with it.
11th Nov '15 2:40:37 AM NoirGrimoir
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why not just go all the way?
On this end, we have TheHunter, the man who stalks the night, armed to the teeth, ready to mow down vampires, zombies, werewolves, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs vampiric undead werewolves]]. And on this end, we have the FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires. The guys and girls who keep a nocturnal schedule, [[VegetarianVampire stop over at the blood bank]] for a quick snack, and do their best to help the community.
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On this end, we have TheHunter, the man who stalks the night, armed to the teeth, ready to mow down vampires, zombies, werewolves, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs vampiric undead zombie werewolves]]. And on this end, we have the FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires. The guys and girls who keep a nocturnal schedule, [[VegetarianVampire stop over at the blood bank]] for a quick snack, and do their best to help the community.
6th Nov '15 7:55:03 PM nombretomado
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* An interesting variation of this trope occurs in ''TheRealGhostbusters''. While many of the supernatural entities the Ghostbusters came across were as evil and dangerous as one might typically expect and had to be busted in one way or another, sometimes the ghosts, vampires or other beings were, in fact, the ones who needed the Ghostbusters' help. Whether it was a family of [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires suburban spirits hiring the Ghostbusters to get rid of the malign demons that infested their house]], ghosts who were causing trouble for the living but only needed the Ghostbusters' assistance to complete their UnfinishedBusiness to be able to rest in peace, or a clan of vampires that fed on synthetic blood needing help with some overzealous vampire hunters who wanted to kill them even when they weren't a threat, the Ghostbusters could just as easily be helping the supernatural as fighting it. * The first BigBad in ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' was an organization called the Hunts Clan, which was dedicated to destroying all magical creatures, especially dragons. TheDragon (who is not an actual dragon) is a girl named Rose, and Jake is both her main target (in his identity as a dragon) and her [[DatingCatwoman love interest]].
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* An interesting variation of this trope occurs in ''TheRealGhostbusters''.''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters''. While many of the supernatural entities the Ghostbusters came across were as evil and dangerous as one might typically expect and had to be busted in one way or another, sometimes the ghosts, vampires or other beings were, in fact, the ones who needed the Ghostbusters' help. Whether it was a family of [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires suburban spirits hiring the Ghostbusters to get rid of the malign demons that infested their house]], ghosts who were causing trouble for the living but only needed the Ghostbusters' assistance to complete their UnfinishedBusiness to be able to rest in peace, or a clan of vampires that fed on synthetic blood needing help with some overzealous vampire hunters who wanted to kill them even when they weren't a threat, the Ghostbusters could just as easily be helping the supernatural as fighting it. * The first BigBad in ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' was an organization called the Hunts Clan, which was dedicated to destroying all magical creatures, especially dragons. TheDragon (who is not an actual dragon) is a girl named Rose, and Jake is both her main target (in his identity as a dragon) and her [[DatingCatwoman love interest]].
4th Oct '15 7:37:35 PM nombretomado
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* Father Kemp of ''Series/BeingHuman'' has no qualms in killing most of Bristol's vampire population, kills werewolves under the guise of helping them, and forcibly exorcises ghosts. He does this in spite of a good number of them actually being decent people just trying to live a normal life.
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* Father Kemp of ''Series/BeingHuman'' ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'' has no qualms in killing most of Bristol's vampire population, kills werewolves under the guise of helping them, and forcibly exorcises ghosts. He does this in spite of a good number of them actually being decent people just trying to live a normal life.
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