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6th Feb '17 9:28:56 AM Monolaf317
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* ''Anime/SwordArtOnline's second arc features the characters in Alfheim Online, which is full of cute elves who are trying to rescue the princess from an evil villain, until the princess discovers that he has been experimenting on 300 people in real life, he sexually assaults her, tortures Kirito when he comes to save her, and attempts to kill him in the real wor,d was a knife.

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* ''Anime/SwordArtOnline's ''Anime/SwordArtOnline'''s second arc features the characters in Alfheim Online, which is full of cute elves who are trying to rescue the princess from an evil villain, until the princess discovers that he has been experimenting on 300 people in real life, he sexually assaults her, tortures Kirito when he comes to save her, and attempts to kill him in the real wor,d was a knife.
28th Jan '17 12:21:33 PM wootzits
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* The {{Big Bad}}s of the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' franchise are usually like this. One of them is an entity that existed before everything and wants to plunge everything into nothingness, another is a life-hating EldritchAbomination that turns every planet he visits into sand dunes, yet another is a monster born out of humanity's collective negative emotions, etc etc... This is a series that is (supposedly) for little girls in elementary schoolyears.

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* The {{Big Bad}}s of the ''Anime/PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' franchise are usually like this. One of them is an entity that existed before everything and wants to plunge everything into nothingness, another is a life-hating EldritchAbomination that turns every planet he visits into sand dunes, yet another is a monster born out of humanity's collective negative emotions, etc etc... This is a series that is (supposedly) for little girls in elementary schoolyears.



* Both versions of ''FanFic/BattleFantasiaProject'', by virtue of being crossovers between series which ''abound'' with these. The above-mentioned villains from {{Pretty Cure}}? They're in the story, and ''they're '''not''' the most evil guys around here''.

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* Both versions of ''FanFic/BattleFantasiaProject'', by virtue of being crossovers between series which ''abound'' with these. The above-mentioned villains from {{Pretty Cure}}? ''Franchise/PrettyCure''? They're in the story, and ''they're '''not''' the most evil guys around here''.
12th Jan '17 12:28:43 PM SilverShadow2722
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12th Jan '17 12:28:27 PM SilverShadow2722
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* [[FanFic/BloomingMoonChronicles One Wish For Nothing]] is one of the more light-hearted stories in ''Songs of Lost Children'', even being the only story in the 99 Worlds Verse to have a comedy tag. However, its main antagonist, [[spoiler: Stronghold Halfdragon]], is one of the most dangerous and vengeful villains in the entire series.
11th Jan '17 12:07:29 PM WakefulPigeon
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*** The episode sequel gives us an AlternateDimension version of Doofenshmirtz's ex-wife Charlene, who is still married to the alternate Doof and iis just as cruel and intelligent as him. [[spoiler:As it turns out, she had used her husband's technology to turn 25 more animal agents into cyborgs to help enforce her family's rule over their Tri-State Area]]. She even helped staged a fake divorce with the alternate Doof to satisfy their family's safety and finances in case their reign would be overthrown.

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*** The episode sequel gives us an AlternateDimension version of Doofenshmirtz's ex-wife Charlene, who is still married to the alternate Doof and iis is just as cruel and intelligent as him. [[spoiler:As it turns out, she had used her husband's technology to turn 25 more animal agents into cyborgs to help enforce her family's rule over their Tri-State Area]]. She even helped staged a fake divorce with the alternate Doof to satisfy their family's safety and finances in case their reign would be overthrown.
11th Jan '17 12:05:58 PM WakefulPigeon
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** TheMovie gives us an AlternateDimension version of Doofenshmirtz who is far more successful--and ''far'' more cruel--than the Doof we know. He has successfully taken over his tri-state area and turned it into a totalitarian dystopia where everyone lives in fear. Plus he's [[spoiler:[[BodyHorror turned his old enemy Perry the Platypus into a mind-controlled cybernetic "platyborg"]]--a condition which turns out to be permanent, even after the brainwashing is lifted--[[WouldHurtAChild and has no qualms about doing the same to Phineas]].]]

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** TheMovie gives us an AlternateDimension version of Doofenshmirtz who is far more successful--and ''far'' more cruel--than the Doof we know. He has successfully taken over his tri-state area Tri-State Area for his family and turned it into a totalitarian dystopia where everyone lives in fear. Plus he's [[spoiler:[[BodyHorror turned his old enemy Perry the Platypus into a mind-controlled cybernetic "platyborg"]]--a condition which turns out to be permanent, even after the brainwashing is lifted--[[WouldHurtAChild and has no qualms about doing the same to Phineas]].]]]]
*** The episode sequel gives us an AlternateDimension version of Doofenshmirtz's ex-wife Charlene, who is still married to the alternate Doof and iis just as cruel and intelligent as him. [[spoiler:As it turns out, she had used her husband's technology to turn 25 more animal agents into cyborgs to help enforce her family's rule over their Tri-State Area]]. She even helped staged a fake divorce with the alternate Doof to satisfy their family's safety and finances in case their reign would be overthrown.
2nd Jan '17 11:15:36 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''Literature/Goosebumps'' is one of the biggest examples of [[DefangedHorrors "kid-friendly horror"]] out there, and as such most of the antagonists tend to have [[MonsterSobStory sad backstories]], [[LaughablyEvil goofy quirks]] or are generally watered down. A few, however, manage to be even more disturbing reading into the series as an adult.

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* ''Literature/Goosebumps'' ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' is one of the biggest examples of [[DefangedHorrors "kid-friendly horror"]] out there, and as such most of the antagonists tend to have [[MonsterSobStory sad backstories]], [[LaughablyEvil goofy quirks]] or are generally watered down. A few, however, manage to be even more disturbing reading into the series as an adult.
1st Jan '17 10:54:57 PM TommyTiger
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* One episode of WesternAnimation/TheLittleLuluShow had a guy who [[AdultFear hypnotized girls and used them as mannequins]]. He even does the same to Lulu.

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* One episode of WesternAnimation/TheLittleLuluShow [[WesternAnimation/LittleLulu The Little Lulu Show]] had a guy who [[AdultFear hypnotized girls and used them as mannequins]]. He even does the same to Lulu.
1st Jan '17 10:52:16 PM TommyTiger
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* One episode of WesternAnimation/TheLittleLuluShow had a guy who [[AdultFear hypnotized girls and used them as mannequins]]. He even does the same to Lulu.
30th Dec '16 7:25:37 PM CyberTiger88
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** [[spoiler:Darkrai]], the main villain of the ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers'' games. Prior to the game's events, he steals artifacts responsible for the balance of the universe as an attempt to destroy both space and time and in the process, he makes one of the gods evil and crazy, then he wipes the hero(ine)'s memory clean and turns him/her into a Pokémon. Later, when this doesn't work, he decides that the easiest way to get rid of his aforementioned archnemesis is to make him/her commit suicide!
** [[spoiler:Dusknoir]], a lesser antagonist of the ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers'' games, does his best to be as terrifying as possible as well. Not only does he [[spoiler:kidnap the protagonists and attempt to execute them by having a horde of Sableye rip them to shreds]], but the Special Episode "In the Future of Darkness" shows him attempting to [[spoiler:rip out Grovyle's soul, possess his lifeless body, and travel back in time to kill the unwitting hero.]] He later has a {{Heel Face Turn}}, but his actions are still incredibly dark for such a light-hearted game.


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** [[spoiler:Darkrai]], the main villain of the ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers'' games. Prior to the game's events, he steals artifacts responsible for the balance of the universe as an attempt to destroy both space and time and in the process, he makes one of the gods evil and crazy, then he wipes the hero(ine)'s memory clean and turns him/her into a Pokémon. Later, when this doesn't work, he decides that the easiest way to get rid of his aforementioned archnemesis is to make him/her commit suicide!
** [[spoiler:Dusknoir]], a lesser antagonist of the ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers'' games, does his best to be as terrifying as possible as well. Not only does he [[spoiler:kidnap the protagonists and attempt to execute them by having a horde of Sableye rip them to shreds]], but the Special Episode "In the Future of Darkness" shows him attempting to [[spoiler:rip out Grovyle's soul, possess his lifeless body, and travel back in time to kill the unwitting hero.]] He later has a {{Heel Face Turn}}, but his actions are still incredibly dark for such a light-hearted game.
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