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29th Jul '16 2:33:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Visser,'' of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series, is told from the perspective of [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Visser One]] as she's put on trial [[EvilVersusEvil by Visser Three]] and their bosses, [[GreaterScopeVillain the Council of Thirteen]]. It provides back story about how she began the invasion of Earth and reveals some startling details about her motives.

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* ''Visser,'' of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series, is told from the perspective of [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Visser One]] One as she's put on trial [[EvilVersusEvil by Visser Three]] and their bosses, [[GreaterScopeVillain the Council of Thirteen]]. It provides back story about how she began the invasion of Earth and reveals some startling details about her motives.
8th Jul '16 6:22:28 PM rustblood
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* In Literature/{{Twig}}, the end of each arc (group of chapters) features an Enemy chapter, told from the POV of an adversary to the Lambs. [[spoiler: After Sy and Jamie desert the Academy, these chapters change their titles to "Lamb".]]
6th Jul '16 2:53:22 PM eroock
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-->-- Jinx, [[HostileShowTakeOver after interrupting the]] ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' opening.

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-->-- Jinx, [[HostileShowTakeOver after interrupting the]] ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' opening.
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6th Jul '16 2:53:08 PM eroock
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-->--Jinx, [[HostileShowTakeOver after interrupting the]] ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' opening.

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-->--Jinx, -->-- Jinx, [[HostileShowTakeOver after interrupting the]] ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' opening.
9th Jun '16 8:35:15 AM DarthLink22
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** Post Genesis Wave, we have the "Eggman's Dozen", which focuses on Eggman and his Egg Bosses trying to take back Eggmanland from the Naugus Twins.
9th Jun '16 3:05:07 AM PaulA
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* The ''Series/EnemyAtTheDoor'' episode "The Prussian Officer" is one for the SS officer Reinicke. It expands Reinicke's backstory and puts him in a difficult situation that the viewer can empathise with -- which he then handles badly, because he's Reinicke, leaving the viewer feeling sorry for Reinicke ''and'' confirmed in the opinion that he's a terrible human being whose sorrows are his own doing as much as anyone else's.
25th May '16 1:03:27 AM Vir
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** According to WordOfGod, the writers were somewhat restrained on this point by ExecutiveMeddling during Season 1--because the title of the show was ''Wander Over Yonder,'' they weren't allowed to do episodes that didn't include good-guy protagonist Wander in some way. They got around this in "The Funk," the first episode to focus on Hater and Peepers with no Wander-related plot, by giving him a brief cameo at the end (arriving on the planet that the bad guys have just left, without interacting with them at all). The success of such episodes allowed the writers to do entirely Wander-free outings in Season 2.
* Plankton on ''WesternAnimation/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'' has had his share of villain episodes. "The Algae's Always Greener" and "Plankton's Army," to name a few.

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** According to WordOfGod, the writers were somewhat restrained on this point by ExecutiveMeddling during Season season 1--because the title of the show was ''Wander Over over Yonder,'' they weren't allowed to do episodes that didn't include good-guy good guy protagonist Wander in some way. They got around this in "The Funk," the first episode to focus on Hater and Peepers with no Wander-related plot, by giving him a brief cameo at the end (arriving on the planet that the bad guys have just left, without interacting with them at all). The success of such episodes allowed the writers to do entirely Wander-free outings in Season season 2.
* Plankton on ''WesternAnimation/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' has had his share of villain episodes. "The Algae's Always Greener" and "Plankton's Army," to name a few.
15th Apr '16 2:18:52 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Music/GloryHammer's two albums are both concept albums, although we don't get to see the villainous Zargotthrax's Point of View until their second album ''Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards'':
** "Goblin King of the Darkstorm Galaxy" is told from Zargothrax' perspective, and this is the Goblin King of the Darkstorm Galaxy talking to him:
-->This magic crystal
-->is the artifact you seek
-->To unleash evil from the sky
-->You must find the portal
-->The crystal is the key
-->All universe alive will die!
** Parts of "Apocalypse 1992" are also narrated by Zargothrax, the [[EvilSorcerer dark sorcerer]] of Auchtermuchty:
-->My ancestral demon army
-->Will ride a cosmic sphere
-->And liberate the multiverse
-->From slavery and fear
-->With the power of the crystal
-->From an ancient galaxy
-->The force of evil will prevail
-->It is my destiny
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11th Apr '16 11:28:39 PM LancelotG
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** According to WordOfGod, the writers were somewhat restrained on this point by ExecutiveMeddling during Season 1--because the title of the show was ''Wander Over Yonder,'' they weren't allowed to do episodes that didn't include good-guy protagonist Wander. They got around this in "The Funk," the first episode to focus on Hater and Peepers with no Wander-related plot, by giving him a brief cameo at the end (arriving on the planet that the bad guys have just left, without interacting with them at all). The success of such episodes allowed the writers to do entirely Wander-free outings in Season 2.

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** According to WordOfGod, the writers were somewhat restrained on this point by ExecutiveMeddling during Season 1--because the title of the show was ''Wander Over Yonder,'' they weren't allowed to do episodes that didn't include good-guy protagonist Wander.Wander in some way. They got around this in "The Funk," the first episode to focus on Hater and Peepers with no Wander-related plot, by giving him a brief cameo at the end (arriving on the planet that the bad guys have just left, without interacting with them at all). The success of such episodes allowed the writers to do entirely Wander-free outings in Season 2.
11th Apr '16 11:27:23 PM LancelotG
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** According to WordOfGod, the writers were somewhat restrained on this point by ExecutiveMeddling during Season 1--because the title of the show was ''Wander Over Yonder,'' they weren't allowed to do episodes that didn't include good-guy protagonist Wander. They got around this in "The Funk," the first episode to focus on Hater and Peepers with no Wander-related plot, by giving him a brief cameo at the end (arriving on the planet that the bad guys have just left, without interacting with them at all). The success of such episodes allowed the writers to do entirely Wander-free outings in Season 2.
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