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6th Apr '18 8:58:33 AM Smeagol17
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* The VillainProtagonist, obviously because they are the ones with the EvilPlan but this can vary

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* The VillainProtagonist, obviously because they are the ones with the EvilPlan but this can varyvary.
19th Mar '18 1:27:29 PM Dravencour
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# If the hero is proactive about his situation, then the Status Quo will, in most situations, eventually move, which is frequently banned under StatusQuoIsGod.

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# If the hero is proactive about his situation, then the Status Quo will, in most situations, eventually move, change, which is frequently banned under StatusQuoIsGod.
7th Jan '18 1:43:27 AM StFan
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# Most heroes are [[{{Protectorate}} protectors]] of some kind (cops, doctors (in medical dramas), or the parents of children who are being threatened by some (possibly supernatural) evil) and the villain's plans are a threat to the hero's {{Protectorate}}, thus making it impossible for them to be unusually proactive before the story starts.

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# Most heroes are [[{{Protectorate}} protectors]] of some kind (cops, doctors (in [in medical dramas), dramas], or the parents of children who are being threatened by some (possibly supernatural) [possibly supernatural] evil) and the villain's plans are a threat to the hero's {{Protectorate}}, thus making it impossible for them to be unusually proactive before the story starts.
11th Jun '17 8:45:54 PM Bryx
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* Any story set in a world where TheBadGuyWins and the hero must reverse this outcome.
14th Apr '17 9:15:57 AM Dravencour
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# Most heroes are [[{{Protectorate}} protectors]] of some kind (cops, doctors (in medical dramas), or the parents of children who are being threatened by some (possibly supernatural) evil) and the villain's plans are most often destructive to the heroes' world in some way, thus making it impossible for them to be unusually proactive before the story starts.

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# Most heroes are [[{{Protectorate}} protectors]] of some kind (cops, doctors (in medical dramas), or the parents of children who are being threatened by some (possibly supernatural) evil) and the villain's plans are most often destructive a threat to the heroes' world in some way, hero's {{Protectorate}}, thus making it impossible for them to be unusually proactive before the story starts.
14th Apr '17 9:10:58 AM Dravencour
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# Most heroes are [[{{Protectorate}} protectors]] of some kind (cops, doctors (in medical dramas), or the parents of children who are being threatened by some (possibly supernatural) evil), thus making it impossible for them to be unusually proactive before the story starts.

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# Most heroes are [[{{Protectorate}} protectors]] of some kind (cops, doctors (in medical dramas), or the parents of children who are being threatened by some (possibly supernatural) evil), evil) and the villain's plans are most often destructive to the heroes' world in some way, thus making it impossible for them to be unusually proactive before the story starts.
14th Apr '17 8:35:20 AM Dravencour
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14th Apr '17 8:33:00 AM Dravencour
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# If the hero actively opposes the villain before the latter has done anything evil, all the audience sees is a DesignatedHero harrasing a DesignatedVillain for no reason. Less of a problem for running series where the villain earned his reputation in previous stories, though that can be seen as a belated heroic reaction to the villain's past actions.

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# If the hero actively opposes the villain before the latter has done anything evil, all the audience sees is a DesignatedHero harrasing harassing a DesignatedVillain for no reason. Less of a problem for running series where the villain earned his reputation in previous stories, though that can be seen as a belated heroic reaction to the villain's past actions.
28th Dec '15 9:00:52 PM eroock
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-->--'''Narration''' from ''[[Comicbook/TheLastAvengersStory The Last Avengers Story]]''


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-->--'''Narration''' -->-- '''Narration''' from ''[[Comicbook/TheLastAvengersStory The Last Avengers Story]]''


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20th Jul '14 5:54:37 PM VeryMelon
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# TheVillainMakesThePlot is in full play here, as well; and one of the few ways to make a smart villain appear effective is to have him be a [[TheChessmaster successful schemer]].

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# TheVillainMakesThePlot TheHeavy is in full play here, as well; and one of the few ways to make a smart villain appear effective is to have him be a [[TheChessmaster successful schemer]].
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