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25th Apr '17 7:59:42 PM Onlythrice
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* Near the end of ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead'' Season 3 [[spoiler: the BigBad has a gun to the head of two of your friends, and [[SadisticChoice forces you to pick which one lives]]. However, she then kills the one you pick [[EveryoneHasStandards despite her allies' objections]] and her only response is [[ForTheEvulz "I can do whatever I want."]]]]
22nd Apr '17 6:05:52 PM nombretomado
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* Mecha Sonic implies after defeating Yoshi in SuperMarioBrosZ Episode 3 that he would have pulled the trope on Yoshi anyways had he simply given him the Chaos Emerald.

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* Mecha Sonic implies after defeating Yoshi in SuperMarioBrosZ ''WebAnimation/SuperMarioBrosZ'' Episode 3 that he would have pulled the trope on Yoshi anyways had he simply given him the Chaos Emerald.
14th Apr '17 7:30:49 PM ngh93
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* ''Disney/ReturnToNeverLand: Captain Hook states that he won't hurt a single hair on Peter Pan's head. When he captures Peter Pan he [[ExactWords pulls out the one hair he won't hurt and gives it to Jane]]

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* ''Disney/ReturnToNeverLand: ''Disney/ReturnToNeverLand'': Captain Hook states that he won't hurt a single hair on Peter Pan's head. When he captures Peter Pan he [[ExactWords pulls out the one hair he won't hurt and gives it to Jane]]
14th Apr '17 7:16:15 AM ngh93
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* In the second one of Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/PeterPan'' movies, ''Return to Neverland'', Captain Hook states that he won't hurt a single hair on Peter Pan's head. When he captures Peter Pan he [[ExactWords pulls out the one hair he won't hurt and gives it to Jane]]

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* In the second one of Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Disney/PeterPan'' movies, ''Return to Neverland'', ''Disney/ReturnToNeverLand: Captain Hook states that he won't hurt a single hair on Peter Pan's head. When he captures Peter Pan he [[ExactWords pulls out the one hair he won't hurt and gives it to Jane]]
26th Mar '17 10:13:53 PM BlackGryphon101
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** In ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'', Lando is a textbook example of the former type, betraying his friends to the Empire but getting screwed over when Vader "alters the deal." Lando - who only agreed to betray them [[SadisticChoice because doing otherwise would mean his city's destruction]] - rescues the heroes and joins their cause once it becomes clear that Vader [[MovingTheGoalposts has no intention of sticking to the original deal]].

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** In ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'', Lando is a textbook example of the former type, betraying his friends to the Empire but getting screwed over when Vader "alters the deal." Lando - who only agreed to betray them [[SadisticChoice because doing otherwise would mean his city's destruction]] - rescues the heroes and joins their cause once it becomes clear that Vader [[MovingTheGoalposts has no intention of sticking to the original deal]]. This later came back to bite the Imperials in the next movie because guess who is the pilot of the ship that destroyed the second Deathstar
26th Mar '17 10:10:14 PM BlackGryphon101
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** During the Marines' attack on Ohara, they promised to let a ship full of citizens to go free, but Akainu blew it up, justifying it by saying that if a scholar was on board, the entire operation would be pointless.

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** During the Marines' attack on Ohara, they promised to let a ship full of citizens to go free, but Akainu blew it up, justifying it by saying that if a scholar was on board, the entire operation would be pointless. Though it was shone that the other Marines on other ships were horrified with what Akainu had ordered. Notable people include Spandine(Spandam's father), former Vice Admiral Jaguar D. Saul, and soon the soon to be Admiral Aokiji, the latter are the only reason Robin gets out of Ohara alive.
6th Mar '17 9:32:46 AM Macsen
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* In an episode of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}} Diamond and Pearl'', Pikachu offers to surrender to Team Rocket if they let a Buneary that had taken a liking to him go.[[note]]Later in the episode, Dawn would catch this Buneary.[[/note]] They decided to take both Buneary and Pikachu anyway.
23rd Feb '17 5:32:50 AM JackG
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* ''Literature/TheExecutioner''. In "Brothers in Blood", Bolan is told to surrender in exchange for a captive. Realising Bolan won't give himself up without a guarantee, the BigBad moves into an exposed position where Bolan can shoot him, though the muzzle flash would give away Bolan's position and get him killed in turn. In this case it's Bolan who breaks the agreement, as he has no intention of handing himself over for torture and execution.
23rd Feb '17 5:27:14 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. In "A Fistful of Datas", a GenreSavvy Troi has to warn Worf of this trope, pointing out the villain always breaks his word in {{The Westerns}} their holodeck program is based on.
11th Feb '17 11:04:24 PM PhantomRider
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*In ''Series/{{Arrow}},'' Damien Darhk's response is "Bad guy, remember?"
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