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25th Jun '17 8:27:50 PM TrollMan
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-->'''First Cutscene:''' Early afternoon in Dreamland... It's so peaceful even the clouds are drowsy. And now it's Kirby's favorite time of the day - snack time. Today's yummy snack is a sweet, fluffy slice of strawberry shortcake!
-->'''Last Cutscene:''' The treasure chest was the prison of '''Dark Nebula''', ruler of the underworld.

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-->'''First --->'''First Cutscene:''' Early afternoon in Dreamland... It's so peaceful even the clouds are drowsy. And now it's Kirby's favorite time of the day - snack time. Today's yummy snack is a sweet, fluffy slice of strawberry shortcake!
-->'''Last --->'''Last Cutscene:''' The treasure chest was the prison of '''Dark Nebula''', ruler of the underworld.
25th Jun '17 8:27:29 PM TrollMan
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** Perhaps the best way to illustrate this extreme juxtaposition of absolutely monstrous antagonists to the otherwise light and sugary setting and characters are the opening lines of the first and last cutscenes in ''VideoGame/KirbySqueakSquad''.
-->'''First Cutscene:''' Early afternoon in Dreamland... It's so peaceful even the clouds are drowsy. And now it's Kirby's favorite time of the day - snack time. Today's yummy snack is a sweet, fluffy slice of strawberry shortcake!
-->'''Last Cutscene:''' The treasure chest was the prison of '''Dark Nebula''', ruler of the underworld.
22nd Jun '17 6:25:32 PM Running_Gag
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* WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake's most famous adversary, the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak, qualifies as this in the first of the 1980s specials, ''The World of Strawberry Shortcake''. When his Berry Birds fail to plunder her strawberry patch, he masquerades as a friendly old peddler and sells the kids a watering can that never runs dry to give her as a birthday present. The trick is that he's the only one who knows how to stop its flow; Strawberryland ends up completely flooded in a SugarApocalypse. The poor kids end up harvesting all the strawberries and transporting them to the Pieman's castle in exchange for his making the waters recede (leaving a muddy wallow behind). To make matters worse, the kids lose track of the baby of the group, Apple Dumplin', in the process and she ends up in the palace as well. At this point the {{Narrator}}, Mr. Sun, pulls a DeusExMachina and offers to grant Strawberry a wish, which she uses to summon an army of living trees -- which bring the castle down, forcing the Pieman to surrender. The kids actually induce a HeelFaceTurn in him once he's returned the berries and the baby, but he reverts to his old ways by the time of the next special, whereupon he's more of a a HarmlessVillain with extremely petty, childish motives and any real damage his plans pose to others is often an unintended side effect of his plotting.

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* WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake's most famous adversary, the Peculiar Purple Pieman of Porcupine Peak, qualifies as this in the first of the 1980s specials, ''The World of Strawberry Shortcake''. When his Berry Birds fail to plunder her strawberry patch, he masquerades as a friendly old peddler and sells the kids a watering can that never runs dry to give her as a birthday present. The trick is that he's the only one who knows how to stop its flow; Strawberryland ends up completely flooded in a SugarApocalypse. The poor kids end up harvesting all the strawberries and transporting them to the Pieman's castle in exchange for his making the waters recede (leaving a muddy wallow behind). To make matters worse, the kids lose track of the baby of the group, Apple Dumplin', in the process and she ends up in the palace as well. At this point the {{Narrator}}, Mr. Sun, pulls a DeusExMachina and offers to grant Strawberry a wish, which she uses to summon an army of living trees -- which bring the castle down, forcing the Pieman to surrender. The kids actually induce a HeelFaceTurn in him once he's returned the berries and the baby, but he reverts to his old ways by the time of the next special, whereupon he's more of a a HarmlessVillain with extremely petty, childish motives and any real damage his plans pose to others is often an unintended side effect of his plotting.
20th Jun '17 9:49:36 PM thecartoontitan
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**The FauxAffablyEvil Mittington Random in "The Klimpaloon Ultimatum" only appears in one episode but he definitely qualifies as this due to his intentions to experiment on the titular Klimpaloon to make a perfect new brand of old fashioned swimwear. This wouldn't be too bad for the show, if the episode didn't show off his deformed failed attempts and mention how his experiments will ultimately kill the cryptid. Also not helping were his claims that he'll rip Klimpaloon apart stitch by stitch if he has too.
18th Jun '17 9:56:59 AM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' has an InUniverse example in chapter "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional": Winchester Wolf, was a cartoon villain and nemesis for Dopey Dog, both characteres created by master of cartoons, Walt Fleishman (a homage to WaltDisney and MaxAndDaveFleischer). Evil, black suit, brooches and belt bucklet with the form of skulls here and there, a cape, godlike powers and voiced by ''Creator/FrankWelker''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' has an InUniverse example in chapter "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional": Winchester Wolf, was a cartoon villain and nemesis for Dopey Dog, both characteres created by master of cartoons, Walt Fleishman (a homage to WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney and MaxAndDaveFleischer). Evil, black suit, brooches and belt bucklet with the form of skulls here and there, a cape, godlike powers and voiced by ''Creator/FrankWelker''.
13th Jun '17 5:35:30 AM Piterpicher
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* The DiCEntertainment AnimatedAdaptation of ''WesternAnimation/SylvanianFamilies'' into a WesternAnimation series delves into this. While the original toyline and Japanese [=OVAs=] were pure TastesLikeDiabetes and SugarBowl, the [=DiC=] cartoon added very hostile and frightening villains Gatorpossum and Packbat.

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* The DiCEntertainment Creator/DiCEntertainment AnimatedAdaptation of ''WesternAnimation/SylvanianFamilies'' into a WesternAnimation series delves into this. While the original toyline and Japanese [=OVAs=] were pure TastesLikeDiabetes and SugarBowl, the [=DiC=] cartoon added very hostile and frightening villains Gatorpossum and Packbat.
1st Jun '17 8:57:42 AM Scraggle
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** The BigBadDuumvirate, the Diamond Authority, stand out as the biggest example of this. Though we've only seen two of them, it's clear they're the worst of Gemkind. Beyond being responsible for overseering Homeworld's atrocities, on their own record, they are ''incredibly'' petty and willing to murder anyone they perceive as insulting them. [[spoiler:Yellow Diamond in particular is engineering the Cluster - the aforementioned superweapon - not out of any pragmatic purpose, but instead to obliterate Earth out of spite for not being able to conquer it.the song "what's the use of feeling blue" implies she actually wants to destroy earth because it reminds her of pink diamond, and shows she does care about blue and pink diamond, the same zoo arc also shows that blue diamond disagrees with her plans to destroy earth and had some positive feelings towards humanity , she only abducts Greg because she believes that will save him ]]

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** The BigBadDuumvirate, the Diamond Authority, stand out as the biggest example of this. Though we've only seen two of them, it's clear they're the worst of Gemkind. Beyond being responsible for overseering Homeworld's atrocities, on their own record, they are ''incredibly'' petty and willing to murder anyone they perceive as insulting them. [[spoiler:Yellow Diamond in particular is engineering the Cluster - the aforementioned superweapon - not out of any pragmatic purpose, but instead to obliterate Earth out of spite for not being able to conquer it.the song "what's the use of feeling blue" implies she actually wants to destroy earth because it reminds her of pink diamond, and shows she does care about blue and pink diamond, the same zoo arc also shows that blue diamond disagrees with her plans to destroy earth and had some positive feelings towards humanity , she only abducts Greg because she believes that will save him ]] vengeful spite.]]
28th May '17 10:41:17 AM Lucairo123
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** The BigBadDuumvirate, the Diamond Authority, stand out as the biggest example of this. Though we've only seen two of them, it's clear they're the worst of Gemkind. Beyond being responsible for overseering Homeworld's atrocities, on their own record, they are ''incredibly'' petty and willing to murder anyone they perceive as insulting them. [[spoiler:Yellow Diamond in particular is engineering the Cluster - the aforementioned superweapon - not out of any pragmatic purpose, but instead to obliterate Earth out of spite for not being able to conquer it.]]

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** The BigBadDuumvirate, the Diamond Authority, stand out as the biggest example of this. Though we've only seen two of them, it's clear they're the worst of Gemkind. Beyond being responsible for overseering Homeworld's atrocities, on their own record, they are ''incredibly'' petty and willing to murder anyone they perceive as insulting them. [[spoiler:Yellow Diamond in particular is engineering the Cluster - the aforementioned superweapon - not out of any pragmatic purpose, but instead to obliterate Earth out of spite for not being able to conquer it.the song "what's the use of feeling blue" implies she actually wants to destroy earth because it reminds her of pink diamond, and shows she does care about blue and pink diamond, the same zoo arc also shows that blue diamond disagrees with her plans to destroy earth and had some positive feelings towards humanity , she only abducts Greg because she believes that will save him ]]
28th May '17 4:44:10 AM ImperiumAstarte
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* The [[LighterAndSofter Lighter and Softer]] parody of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', [[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Setting:Brighthammer_40,000/1st_edition Brighthammer 40k]] transforms the [[BlackAndGrayMorality ordinarily grim and gritty factions]] into nicer and and genuinely heroic people, with the exception of the Tau who are presented as a brutal fascist empire utilizing mind control, genocide, and cannibalistic troops. This is in contrast to the canon Tau who were the closest thing the [[CrapsackWorld 40k galaxy]] have as [[TokenGoodTeammate good guys]] (and at the same time exaggerating some of their [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans questionable]] [[HeelFaceBrainwashing tactics]]).

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* The [[LighterAndSofter Lighter and Softer]] parody of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', [[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Setting:Brighthammer_40,000/1st_edition Brighthammer 40k]] transforms the [[BlackAndGrayMorality ordinarily grim and gritty factions]] into nicer and and genuinely heroic people, with the exception of the Tau who are presented as a brutal fascist empire utilizing mind control, genocide, and cannibalistic troops. This is in contrast to the canon Tau who were the closest thing in the [[CrapsackWorld 40k galaxy]] have as that are [[TokenGoodTeammate good guys]] guy factions]] (and at the same time exaggerating some of their [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans questionable]] [[HeelFaceBrainwashing tactics]]).
28th May '17 4:42:42 AM ImperiumAstarte
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* The [[LighterAndSofter Lighter and Softer]] parody of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', [[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Setting:Brighthammer_40,000/1st_edition Brighthammer 40k]] transforms the [[BlackAndGrayMorality ordinarily grim and gritty factions]] into nicer and and genuinely heroic people, with the exception of the Tau who are presented as a brutal fascist empire utilizing mind control, genocide, and cannibalistic troops. This is in contrast to the canon Tau who were the closest thing the [[CrapsackWorld 40k galaxy]] have as [[TokenGoodTeammate good guys]] (and at the same time exaggerating some of their [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans questionable]] [[HeelFaceBrainwashing tactics]]).
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