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10th Jul '16 1:23:39 AM WiseMan23753
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* ''FanFic/KingsOfRevolution'':
** [[ManipulativeBitch Quattro]] becomes so much as a best friend for Lelouch as they're NotSoDifferent from one another.
** [[Anime/StrikerS Jail Scaglietti]] pays his respects to Zero over his achievements at Narita. That extends from using a landslide to eliminate Cornelia's forces [[spoiler:to capturing Cornelia herself ''and'' defeating Nanoha in a one-on-one battle.]]
11th Jun '16 8:36:09 PM DarkHunter
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* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'': While whether she's a ''villain'' is debatable, Oryou Sonozaki is used to getting her way in everything, mostly because everyone is ''terrified'' of her. In ''Minagoroshi-hen'', when Keiichi appeals to her to rally the village to help Satoko, she asks what he would do if she refused. He immediately replies that he would bash her head open and install Mion as the new head of the Sonozaki family. Though she reacts in fury at the time, Keiichi is later told that it was such proclamation on his part that convinced her to support him. In private, Oryou tells her daughter Akane (Mion's and Shion's mother) that if she should die in the near future, Akane should look after Keiichi.



* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The apparent main villain, [[spoiler:Salem]], hates humanity for unspecified reasons and wants to see them all suffer. However, she does not hesitate to acknowledge mankind's strengths, and admits that, when unified, humanity is powerful. She even displays an acute understanding of how even a small amount of hope can turn the despondent into determined warriors, calling it "undeniably mankind's greatest attribute", which is rather unusual for a villain like her.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The apparent main villain, [[spoiler:Salem]], hates humanity for unspecified reasons and wants to see them all suffer. However, she does not hesitate to acknowledge mankind's strengths, and admits that, when unified, humanity is powerful. She even displays an acute understanding of how even a small amount of hope can turn the despondent into determined warriors, calling it "undeniably mankind's greatest attribute", which is rather unusual for a villain like her.
1st Jun '16 7:57:11 PM DarkHunter
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* Bavandersloth from ''Literature/AngelOfDeath'' admires the protagonist Cody for his potential as a [[TheChessmaster chessmaster]]

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* Bavandersloth from ''Literature/AngelOfDeath'' admires the protagonist Cody for his potential as a [[TheChessmaster chessmaster]]chessmaster]].
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The apparent main villain, [[spoiler:Salem]], hates humanity for unspecified reasons and wants to see them all suffer. However, she does not hesitate to acknowledge mankind's strengths, and admits that, when unified, humanity is powerful. She even displays an acute understanding of how even a small amount of hope can turn the despondent into determined warriors, calling it "undeniably mankind's greatest attribute", which is rather unusual for a villain like her.
23rd May '16 1:01:01 PM ErebusElysium
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* In the contest in Track 2 of ''Webcomic/TheRockCocks'', the Rock Cock's competition the Rocket Rollers were at first smug in their apparent superiority. When the Rock Cocks play, the entire audience was so into it they all [[spoiler:start taking off their clothes and begin to "release their newly acquired sexual frustration"]]. At first bewildered and spiteful, the Rocket Rollers [[spoiler:become so turned on they start masturbating back-stage]].
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27th Apr '16 5:45:12 PM LentilSandEater
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** The third is Rob Lucci, during the Enies Lobby arc, who commends Luffy on his leadership skills and tells him that he (Luffy) is a better leader than Lucci's boss Spandam (who, to be fair, ''is'' an idiot).

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** The third is Rob Lucci, during the Enies Lobby arc, who commends Luffy on his leadership skills and tells him that he (Luffy) is a better leader than Lucci's boss Spandam (who, to be fair, ''is'' an idiot).PointyHairedBoss Spandam.
17th Apr '16 9:43:21 AM sgamer82
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* Boros from Webcomic/OnePunchMan gives massive respect to Saitama as he is the [[WorthyOpponent first person who has ever given him a good fight]]. He's even fairly nice to him before they even fight unlike his minions. Even [[AGoodWaytoDie when he died he didn't mind because he enjoyed Saitama and his fight]].

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* Boros from Webcomic/OnePunchMan ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' gives massive respect to Saitama as he is the [[WorthyOpponent first person who has ever given him a good fight]]. He's even fairly nice to him before they even fight unlike his minions. Even [[AGoodWaytoDie when he died he didn't mind because he enjoyed Saitama and his fight]].fight]].
* Several villains in ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' feel respect, if not admiration, for the top hero All Might. Most prominently among these is the "Hero Killer" Stain, who despises heroes he feels have sold out while admiring All Might for being a hero for all the right reasons. Upon meeting him face-to-face, Stain acknowledges Midoriya, secretly All Might's chosen successor, in the same manner. Even those who hate All Might recognize he is ''the'' top hero in the world and that defeating him would be a massive blow to society.
10th Mar '16 6:42:17 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Joker's Wild'', an episode from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Cameron Kaiser has a casino built [[spoiler: originally with a medieval theme, but then redecorated]] in a Joker Theme. He makes a few dismissive remarks about the Clown Prince of Crime, has one of his goons let the Joker escape. The Joker intends to destroy the whole place [[spoiler: which was the plan of Kaiser after the cost of building the casino nearly bankrupted him, [[InsuranceFraud to collect the insurance money]]. The Joker's reaction? To tell Kaiser, "It was a scheme worthy of me."

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* In ''Joker's Wild'', an episode from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Cameron Kaiser has a casino built [[spoiler: originally with a medieval theme, but then redecorated]] in a Joker Theme. He makes a few dismissive remarks about the Clown Prince of Crime, has one of his goons let the Joker escape. The Joker intends to destroy the whole place [[spoiler: which was the plan of Kaiser after the cost of building the casino nearly bankrupted him, [[InsuranceFraud to collect the insurance money]].money]]]]. The Joker's reaction? To tell Kaiser, "It was a scheme worthy of me."
10th Mar '16 6:42:03 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Joker's Wild'', an episode from WesternAnimation/BatmanTAS, Cameron Kaiser has a casino built [[spoiler: originally with a medeival theme, but then redecorated]] in a Joker Theme. He makes a few dismissive remarks about the Clown Prince of Crime, has one of his goons let the Joker escape. The Joker intends to destroy the whole place [[spoiler: which was the plan of Kaiser after the cost of building the casino nearly bankrupted him]]. The Joker's reaction? To tell Kaiser, "It was a scheme worthy of me."

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* In ''Joker's Wild'', an episode from WesternAnimation/BatmanTAS, ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Cameron Kaiser has a casino built [[spoiler: originally with a medeival medieval theme, but then redecorated]] in a Joker Theme. He makes a few dismissive remarks about the Clown Prince of Crime, has one of his goons let the Joker escape. The Joker intends to destroy the whole place [[spoiler: which was the plan of Kaiser after the cost of building the casino nearly bankrupted him]].him, [[InsuranceFraud to collect the insurance money]]. The Joker's reaction? To tell Kaiser, "It was a scheme worthy of me."
28th Feb '16 12:08:50 PM ZimFan89
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** [[EmpoweredBadassNormal Baron Zemo]] is genuinely impressed by [[spoiler: Harry's]] [[IndyPloy improvisation]], noting it twice, before complimenting him to his face.
** He's also impressed by [[spoiler: T'Challa's]] speed and, on their rematch, the improvements he has made to his technique.

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** [[EmpoweredBadassNormal Baron Zemo]] is genuinely impressed by [[spoiler: Harry's]] Harry]]'s [[IndyPloy improvisation]], noting it twice, before complimenting him to his face.
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face. He's also impressed by [[spoiler: T'Challa's]] T'Challa]]'s speed and, on their rematch, the improvements he has made to his technique.
21st Feb '16 3:28:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Fast & Furious 6]]'', one of the BigBad's underlings refers to the protagonists dismissively as "common criminals." Shaw then points out that those "common criminals" came very close to shutting them all down, and tells the underling to show them the respect they deserve.

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* In ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Fast & Furious 6]]'', ''Film/FastAndFurious6'', one of the BigBad's underlings refers to the protagonists dismissively as "common criminals." Shaw then points out that those "common criminals" came very close to shutting them all down, and tells the underling to show them the respect they deserve.
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