History PlayingWith / YouKilledMyFather

19th Oct '17 3:29:11 PM KillerClowns
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** Two families feud across several generations because of this trope, but have forgotten why it even began.



* '''Deconstructed''': After his father is avenged, the hero, whose life was singularly devoted to this purpose, he no longer [[SoWhatDoWeDoNow knows what to do with his life]].

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* '''Deconstructed''': '''Deconstructed''':
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After his father is avenged, the hero, whose life was singularly devoted to this purpose, he no longer [[SoWhatDoWeDoNow knows what to do with his life]].life]].
** After the hero kills the villain, [[AvengingTheVillain the villain's son swears vengeance]]. He gets it, causing the hero's son to take up arms. [[CycleOfRevenge And so on.]]
8th Oct '17 12:12:48 AM infernape612
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\\"Yes. You see -- '''UGGH'''!"\\

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\\"Yes."Yes. You see -- '''UGGH'''!"\\
28th Jun '17 5:26:10 AM CaptainTedium
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* '''Justified''': The villain is untouchable by the law, so no one else will stop him.

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* '''Justified''': '''Justified''':
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The villain is untouchable by the law, so no one else will stop him.him.
** The hero had a positive relationship with his father. Of course he'd be pissed off that his old man was murdered.
30th Jan '16 9:59:05 AM Eievie
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** The hero looks for the person that saved his/her father's life, because [[LaserGuidedKarma he/she wants to repay him/her for the noble deed]].

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** The hero looks for the person that saved his/her their father's life, because [[LaserGuidedKarma he/she wants they want to repay him/her them for the noble deed]].



** The hero finds out that the villain did not kill the hero's father. [[note]]Possibly paired with the villain saying [[LukeIAmYourFather "No, I am your father!"]][[/note]]
** Turns out the hero [[AbusiveParents did not like his father]] in the first place.
** It turns out the villain killed the hero's father in self-defense and the hero can't really blame him/her for that.

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** The hero finds out that the villain did not kill the hero's their father. [[note]]Possibly paired with the villain saying [[LukeIAmYourFather "No, I am your father!"]][[/note]]
** Turns out the hero [[AbusiveParents did not like his their father]] in the first place.
** It turns out the villain killed the hero's father in self-defense and the hero can't really blame him/her them for that.



** The villain pretends he did not kill the hero's father, but is killed anyway because he was lying.
** ''The Hero'' wanted to kill his father himself, but the villain got to it first, so now the hero feels he has to kill the villain.

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** The villain pretends he they did not kill the hero's father, but is killed anyway because he was they were lying.
** ''The Hero'' wanted to kill his their father himself, but the villain got to it first, so now the hero feels he has they have to kill the villain.



** "You killed my father!" "No, I ''am'' your father!" "What, seriously?" "Yes. You see -- *UGGH*!" "What, where'd that knife come from?!" "Me, and he's not your real father!" "How would you know?" "Because I KILLED YOUR FATHER!" "Meh, I never liked the old bastard anyway."

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** "You killed my father!" father!"\\
"No, I ''am'' your father!" father!"\\
"What, seriously?" "Yes. seriously?"\\
\\"Yes.
You see -- *UGGH*!" '''UGGH'''!"\\
"What, where'd that knife come from?!" from?!"\\
"Me, and he's not your real father!" father!"\\
"How would you know?" know?"\\
"Because I KILLED YOUR FATHER!" FATHER!"\\
"Meh, I never liked the old bastard anyway."



* '''Discussed''': "You really want this guy bad, don't you? What, did he kill your father or something?... Oh. I'm sorry."

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* '''Discussed''': "You really want this guy bad, don't you? What, did he kill your father or something?... Oh.something? …oh. I'm sorry."
30th Jan '16 9:51:53 AM Eievie
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* '''Justified''': The villain is untouchable by the law, so no-one else will stop him.

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* '''Justified''': The villain is untouchable by the law, so no-one no one else will stop him.
7th Oct '15 10:36:54 PM Mhazard
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** LukeIAmYourFather... but I also killed your mother.

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** LukeIAmYourFather... [[Franchise/StarWars but I also killed your mother.mother]].
16th Jun '15 3:18:03 PM MechWarrior
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** The hero's father was killed by the villain, but doesn't believe in revenge and has other reasons to try and defeat the villain.

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** The hero's father was killed by the villain, but he doesn't believe in revenge and has other reasons to try and defeat the villain.
14th Jan '15 10:53:25 PM VPhantom
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*** And if it turns out that the mistakenly accused person isn't even a villain (and sometimes even [[HeelFaceTurn when they are]]), they are likely to become FireForgedFriends with the hero.
14th Jan '15 8:01:47 PM derry667
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*** And if it turns out that the mistakenly accused person isn't even a villain (and sometimes when they are), they are likely to become FireForgedFriends with the hero.

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*** And if it turns out that the mistakenly accused person isn't even a villain (and sometimes even [[HeelFaceTurn when they are), are]]), they are likely to become FireForgedFriends with the hero.
14th Jan '15 8:01:00 PM derry667
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*** And if it turns out that the accused person isn't even a villain (and sometimes when they are), they are likely to become FireForgedFriends with the hero.

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*** And if it turns out that the mistakenly accused person isn't even a villain (and sometimes when they are), they are likely to become FireForgedFriends with the hero.
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