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9th Jul '17 10:40:42 AM nombretomado
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Also has a particularly nasty history associated with it, particularly if [[ThePoliticalOfficer preceded by the modifiers 'Political,' 'Military,' or (especially) 'People's']]. In the SovietUnion during [[WorldWarTwo The Great Patriotic War]] the Commisars were the ones authorized to order the killings of Soviet troops who retreated, deserted or in ways "sabotaged" the Soviet war effort.

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Also has a particularly nasty history associated with it, particularly if [[ThePoliticalOfficer preceded by the modifiers 'Political,' 'Military,' or (especially) 'People's']]. In the SovietUnion during [[WorldWarTwo [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII The Great Patriotic War]] the Commisars were the ones authorized to order the killings of Soviet troops who retreated, deserted or in ways "sabotaged" the Soviet war effort.



* Stalin too took on this title during WorldWarTwo.

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* Stalin too took on this title during WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
2nd Jul '17 12:46:17 AM Doug86
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* Judge Holden (more commonly referred to as "the judge") of CormacMcCarthy's ''Literature/BloodMeridian''. The man easily ranks as one of the most violent and fundamentally evil murderers in the history of fiction. A giant, albino and utterly hairless murderer, the judge [[spoiler:incites a mob to hang an innocent preacher under false pretenses, is a pedophile and rapes and murders many children, leashes and subjugates a mentally disabled man as though he were a dog and scalps countless Native Americans. Not only is he utterly without morals, the judge is also an incredibly intelligent, OmnidisciplinaryScientist and strong enough to wield a mounted howitzer as most men would a shotgun. In the novel's final pages it is implied that the judge is less a man and more an immortal force of nature and warfare--a god of violence and depravity, if you will.]]

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* Judge Holden (more commonly referred to as "the judge") of CormacMcCarthy's Creator/CormacMcCarthy's ''Literature/BloodMeridian''. The man easily ranks as one of the most violent and fundamentally evil murderers in the history of fiction. A giant, albino and utterly hairless murderer, the judge [[spoiler:incites a mob to hang an innocent preacher under false pretenses, is a pedophile and rapes and murders many children, leashes and subjugates a mentally disabled man as though he were a dog and scalps countless Native Americans. Not only is he utterly without morals, the judge is also an incredibly intelligent, OmnidisciplinaryScientist and strong enough to wield a mounted howitzer as most men would a shotgun. In the novel's final pages it is implied that the judge is less a man and more an immortal force of nature and warfare--a god of violence and depravity, if you will.]]
20th May '17 5:11:47 PM nombretomado
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* Duke Bergan from ''VoltesV''. Particularly since he's [[TheStarscream not entirely trustworthy]].

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* Duke Bergan from ''VoltesV''.''Anime/VoltesV''. Particularly since he's [[TheStarscream not entirely trustworthy]].
28th Apr '17 2:56:53 PM ian22042101
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Dirk's SBURB title is the Prince of Heart, which he complains about - until [[spoiler:Calliope]] explains that, with the actual powers of the class and aspect, it really means Destroyer of Souls.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', Dirk's SBURB title is the Prince of Heart, which he complains about - until [[spoiler:Calliope]] explains that, with the actual powers of the class and aspect, it really means [[spoiler: Destroyer of Souls.]]
25th Apr '17 9:22:07 AM VivaciousWallaby
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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'': The Hero of Ferelden, after becoming Warden Commander of Ferelden. If you're becoming his/her target, run.

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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'': The Hero of Ferelden, after becoming Warden Commander of Ferelden. If you're becoming his/her target, run.
just run. To the other side of the continent if you can.
25th Apr '17 9:19:59 AM VivaciousWallaby
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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'': The Hero of Ferelden, after becoming Warden Commander of Ferelden. If you're becoming his/her target, run.
23rd Apr '17 7:10:30 PM nombretomado
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* A recurring theme throughout the ''Franchise/TalesSeries''.

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* A recurring theme throughout the ''Franchise/TalesSeries''.''VideoGame/TalesSeries''.
26th Mar '17 9:46:42 AM ShaulaAntare
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ComicBook/{{Batman}}'s recurring villain Professor Pyg.

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* ComicBook/{{Batman}}'s recurring villain Professor Pyg.
5th Mar '17 5:33:02 PM nombretomado
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* Mister E from VertigoComics
* Mister Sinister from MarvelComics

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* Mister E from VertigoComics
Creator/VertigoComics
* Mister Sinister from MarvelComics
Creator/MarvelComics
15th Feb '17 10:21:38 AM erforce
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* While not an actual title, per se, Khan Noonien Singh has been a formidable villain in [[Series/StarTrek all]] [[Film/StarTrekTheWrathOfKhan three]] [[Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness of his appearances]]. In fact, he is more often just called "Khan" than by his full name.

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* While not an actual title, per se, Khan Noonien Singh from ''Franchise/StarTrek'' has been a formidable villain in [[Series/StarTrek [[Recap/StarTrekS1E22SpaceSeed all]] [[Film/StarTrekTheWrathOfKhan [[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan three]] [[Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness of his appearances]]. In fact, he is more often just called "Khan" than by his full name.
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