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16th Jul '16 1:35:45 PM Bat178
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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' has FOXHOUND, a former US Special Operations unit whose main members include a British-American super soldier clone, a Native American shaman and heavy weapons specialist, a female Kurdish sniper, a Russian gunslinger and interrogator, a Russian psychic, and a Mexican master of disguise, and the Genome Soldier mooks are all Americans.
5th Jul '16 6:57:15 PM Bat178
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'', have Team Snagem and Cipher, who are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of Arizona, steal Pokemon from their trainers and turn them into heartless killing machines that even attack trainers and plan to use them to TakeOverTheWorld, and ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has Team Flare, which are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of France and [[spoiler:plan to kill everything else in the world using a ancient super-weapon in order to cleanse it of war and make a "beautiful" world]].

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'', ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'' have Team Snagem and Cipher, who are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of Arizona, steal Pokemon from their trainers and turn them into heartless killing machines that even attack trainers and plan to use them to TakeOverTheWorld, and ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has Team Flare, which are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of France and [[spoiler:plan to kill everything else in the world using a ancient super-weapon in order to cleanse it of war and make a "beautiful" world]].
5th Jul '16 6:51:59 PM Bat178
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'', have Team Snagem and Cipher, who are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of Arizona, steal Pokemon from their trainers and turn them into heartless killing machines that even attack trainers and plan to use them to TakeOverTheWorld, and ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has Team Flare, which are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of France and [[spoiler:plan to kill everything else in the world using a ancient super-weapon in order to cleanse it of war and make a "beautiful" world]].
5th Jul '16 6:50:41 PM Bat178
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** There is also Team Snagem and Cipher in ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'', who are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of Arizona, steal Pokemon from their trainers and turn them into heartless killing machines that even attack trainers and plan to use them to TakeOverTheWorld, and ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has Team Flare, which are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of France and [[spoiler:plan to kill everything else in the world using a ancient super-weapon in order to cleanse it of war and make a "beautiful" world]].

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** There is also Team Snagem and Cipher in ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'', who are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of Arizona, steal Pokemon from their trainers and turn them into heartless killing machines that even attack trainers and plan to use them to TakeOverTheWorld, and ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has Team Flare, which are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of France and [[spoiler:plan to kill everything else in the world using a ancient super-weapon in order to cleanse it of war and make a "beautiful" world]].
5th Jul '16 6:49:52 PM Bat178
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** There is also Team Snagem and Cipher in ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness'', who are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of Arizona, steal Pokemon from their trainers and turn them into heartless killing machines that even attack trainers and plan to use them to TakeOverTheWorld, and ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has Team Flare, which are based in the Pokéverse equivalent of France and [[spoiler:plan to kill everything else in the world using a ancient super-weapon in order to cleanse it of war and make a "beautiful" world]].
5th Jul '16 9:15:30 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' has Team Plasma, based in the Pokéverse equivalent of New York City. The organization is hellbent on spreading the message that training Pokémon is wrong no matter what methods they have to use.
4th Jun '16 8:09:51 PM Bat178
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Basically, a group of terrorists who are mostly from the West (Europe or North America, although groups from South America, Oceania, or even parts of Africa could qualify), and who are mainly influenced by cultural, political or religious ideas of Western origin. The trope may also cover a single individual. What makes someone "Western" can be rather hazy and difficult to define, since it's not simply a matter of where the person was born or grew up (many Islamic terrorists, generally regarded as non-Western, lived the majority of their lives in the West, and for that matter many elements of Islamic culture - coffee and yogurt, for instance, were originally Arabic and Turkish foods, respectively - have profoundly influenced Western society and vice versa, making it tough to ascertain who's "Western" and who's not).

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Basically, a group of terrorists who are mostly from the West (Europe or North America, although groups from South America, Oceania, or even parts of Southern Africa could qualify), and who are mainly influenced by cultural, political or religious ideas of Western origin. The trope may also cover a single individual. What makes someone "Western" can be rather hazy and difficult to define, since it's not simply a matter of where the person was born or grew up (many Islamic terrorists, generally regarded as non-Western, lived the majority of their lives in the West, and for that matter many elements of Islamic culture - coffee and yogurt, for instance, were originally Arabic and Turkish foods, respectively - have profoundly influenced Western society and vice versa, making it tough to ascertain who's "Western" and who's not).
2nd Jun '16 12:45:40 PM Bat178
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Basically, a group of terrorists who are mostly from the West (Europe or North America, although groups from South America, Australia, or even Oceania could qualify), and who are mainly influenced by cultural, political or religious ideas of Western origin. The trope may also cover a single individual. What makes someone "Western" can be rather hazy and difficult to define, since it's not simply a matter of where the person was born or grew up (many Islamic terrorists, generally regarded as non-Western, lived the majority of their lives in the West, and for that matter many elements of Islamic culture - coffee and yogurt, for instance, were originally Arabic and Turkish foods, respectively - have profoundly influenced Western society and vice versa, making it tough to ascertain who's "Western" and who's not).

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Basically, a group of terrorists who are mostly from the West (Europe or North America, although groups from South America, Australia, Oceania, or even Oceania parts of Africa could qualify), and who are mainly influenced by cultural, political or religious ideas of Western origin. The trope may also cover a single individual. What makes someone "Western" can be rather hazy and difficult to define, since it's not simply a matter of where the person was born or grew up (many Islamic terrorists, generally regarded as non-Western, lived the majority of their lives in the West, and for that matter many elements of Islamic culture - coffee and yogurt, for instance, were originally Arabic and Turkish foods, respectively - have profoundly influenced Western society and vice versa, making it tough to ascertain who's "Western" and who's not).
14th Mar '16 10:44:50 AM Geoduck
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* A gang of these set off the plot in the series ''Series/WarOfTheWorlds'', when they attempt to ransack a military depot and instead let loose some dormant aliens, who take over their bodies.
22nd Feb '16 7:51:40 PM jormis29
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* The organization ran by "General Ludd" in the episode of ''[[TheBlacklist The Blacklist]]'' of the same name was a militant group trying to bring about the downfall of American capitalism.

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* The organization ran by "General Ludd" in the episode of ''[[TheBlacklist The Blacklist]]'' ''Series/TheBlacklist'' of the same name was a militant group trying to bring about the downfall of American capitalism.
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