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22nd May '16 5:33:18 PM OlmoJV
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** When Valerie tries to furiously deny that she feels anything towards Shendu after [[CrazyJealousGuy he attacks David]], he says that if that were true, then she wouldn't have [[SaveTheVillain saved him ]] from drowning in Embarcadero Station. He also says that the way [[UnderwaterKiss she kissed him in order to do that]] speaks against her as well.

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** When Valerie tries to furiously deny that she feels anything towards Shendu after [[CrazyJealousGuy he attacks David]], Shendu, he says that if that were true, then she wouldn't have [[SaveTheVillain saved him ]] from drowning in Embarcadero Station. He also says that the way [[UnderwaterKiss she kissed him in order to do that]] speaks against her as well.
18th May '16 12:32:37 PM cdrood
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** He actually succeeded in the graphic novel ''ComicBook/EmperorDoom'', and did make the world a better place. He was so bored, he actually let the small band of heroes who Wonder Man freed from his control win.
15th May '16 3:49:37 PM H2SO4
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** The main villains of Season 3, Zaheer and his companions, want to remove all world leaders, plunging the world into chaos. Considering some of the authority figures we've already seen - the warmongering Fire Lords (one of whom carried out a genocide of the Air Benders, though Zuko and his daughter have been a definite step up), the inept President of Republic City, and the cruel, vindictive Earth Queen - Zaheer has a very valid point that not even Korra can deny, though she doesn't agree with Zaheer's goal of creating total chaos.

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** The main villains of Season 3, Zaheer and his companions, want to remove all world leaders, plunging the world into chaos. Considering some of the authority figures we've already seen - the warmongering Fire Lords (one of whom carried out a genocide of the Air Benders, though Zuko and his daughter have been a definite step up), the inept President of Republic City, and the cruel, vindictive Earth Queen - Zaheer has a very valid point that not even Korra can deny, though she doesn't agree with Zaheer's goal of creating total chaos. Zaheer ended up proving ''himself'' wrong, and it earned him and everyone nothing.
8th May '16 4:23:13 PM Fireblood
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* ''{{Film/Rampage}}: Capital Punishment'': Bill makes points many people would agree with. Of course, it's detracted from by his being a sociopathic mass murderer [[NotSoDifferent not unlike those he rants about]] in the sequel.

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* ''{{Film/Rampage}}: Capital Punishment'': Bill makes points many people would agree with. Of course, it's detracted from by his being a sociopathic mass murderer [[NotSoDifferent not unlike those he rants about]] in the sequel.about]].
8th May '16 4:22:54 PM Fireblood
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* ''{{Film/Rampage}}: Capital Punishment'': Bill makes points many people would agree with. Of course, it's detracted from by his being a sociopathic mass murderer [[NotSoDifferent not unlike those he rants about]] in the sequel.
30th Apr '16 8:59:31 AM DannWoolf
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-> ''"Even in the book of lies sometimes you find truth"''

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-> ''"Even in the book of lies sometimes you find truth"''truth."''
25th Apr '16 4:33:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' and [[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus its sequel series]], the main villains want to overthrow the Olympians and take over the world in their place. Should they succeed, it would lead to the total collapse of civilization and the enslavement, if not outright destruction, of humanity. That being said, many times they bring up the valid point that the Olympians themselves can be unbelievably petty and cruel, even to those that don't deserve it, and that they can often be inattentive or uncaring to the mortals that need and look up to them. One of the major reasons the bad guys in the first series had an army of demigods on their side in the first place was due to their feelings of abandonment, believing themselves to be forsaken not just by the gods, but by their own ''parents''. Even the main characters admit at several times, that while the Olympians may be overall better than the villains they are fighting against, they sure as hell aren't what they would call good.

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* In ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' and [[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus its sequel series]], the main villains want to overthrow the Olympians and take over the world in their place. Should they succeed, it would lead to the total collapse of civilization and the enslavement, if not outright destruction, of humanity. That being said, many times they bring up the valid point that the Olympians themselves can be unbelievably petty and cruel, even to those that don't deserve it, and that they can often be inattentive or uncaring to the mortals that need and look up to them. One of the major reasons the bad guys in the first series had an army of demigods on their side in the first place was due to their feelings of abandonment, believing themselves to be forsaken not just by the gods, but by their own ''parents''. Even the main characters admit at several times, [[BlackAndGrayMorality that while the Olympians may be overall better than the villains they are fighting against, they sure as hell aren't what they would call good.good]].
25th Apr '16 4:23:02 PM TheUnknownUploader
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19th Apr '16 11:58:43 AM AlisterFaust
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* In ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' and [[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus its sequel series]], the main villains want to overthrow the Olympians and take over the world in their place. Should they succeed, it would lead to the total collapse of civilization and the enslavement, if not outright destruction, of humanity. That being said, many times they bring up the valid point that the Olympians themselves can be unbelievably petty and cruel, even to those that don't deserve it, and that they can often be inattentive or uncaring to the mortals that need and look up to them. One of the major reasons the bad guys in the first series had an army of demigods on their side in the first place was due to their feelings of abandonment, believing themselves to be forsaken not just by the gods, but by their own ''parents''. Even the main characters admit at several times, that while the Olympians may be overall better than the villains they are fighting against, they sure as hell aren't what they would call good.
16th Apr '16 11:39:01 AM Dechstreme
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** And Klaus Wulfenbach, who maintains order (and genuine peace and prosperity) across Europa via merciless naked force, and who ruthlessly hunts down/tries to kill the protagonist Agatha because of the quite-genuine threat her mere existence brings to everything he's accomplished.

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** And Klaus Wulfenbach, who maintains order (and genuine peace and prosperity) across Europa via merciless naked force, and who ruthlessly hunts down/tries to kill the protagonist Agatha because of the quite-genuine threat her mere existence brings to everything he's accomplished. Unfortunately, part of the problems he's having was due to PoorCommunicationKills and a bit of WrongGenreSavvy regarding how to deal with Agatha, which is one of the reasons why Agatha ran away from him and ended up setting off the DisasterDominoes that ended up with the Pax Wulfenbach ending. [[spoiler:And then there are hints of there being a StableTimeLoop in place...]]
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