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28th Mar '18 8:32:57 PM LadyNorbert
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* [[VideoGame/DragonAgeII Hawke]] can follow this code, depending on your choices in the game. Have enough influence with your friends, and you can convince them to do the same. A mage-supporting Hawke in particular, takes this attitude, especially at the end.

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* [[VideoGame/DragonAgeII Hawke]] can follow this code, depending on your choices in the game. Have enough influence with your friends, and you can convince them to do the same. A mage-supporting Hawke in particular, particular takes this attitude, especially at the end.
18th Mar '18 1:15:41 PM Dere
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* One of the defining traits of ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' is that he doesn't care about anyone else's rules or morals and always fight for what he believes in. This resulted in him getting labeled as an outlaw in ''Anime/SonicX'' when he started destroying the government-backed Mirror Towers upon concluding that they were part of Eggman's latest plot, though he was absolved when he turned out to be right.

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* One of the defining traits of ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' is that he doesn't care about anyone else's rules or morals and always fight for what he believes in. This resulted in him getting labeled as an outlaw in ''Anime/SonicX'' when he started destroying the government-backed Mirror Towers upon concluding that they were part of Eggman's [[BigBad Eggman's]] latest plot, though he was absolved when he turned out was revealed to be right.
18th Mar '18 1:13:20 PM Dere
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* One of the defining traits of ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' is that he doesn't care about anyone else's rules or morals and always fight for what he believes in. This resulted in him getting labeled as an outlaw in ''Anime/SonicX'' when he started destroying the government-backed Mirror Towers upon concluding that they were part of Eggman's latest plot, though he was absolved when he turned out to be right.
16th Jan '18 3:01:14 AM Cryoclaste
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* The Eitrigg incident in WorldOfWarcraft. Tirion Fordring (KnightInShiningArmor) repels his OWN faction to save an enemy because the enemy saved his life previously. This resulted in Tirion being "stripped" of his titles and powers [[spoiler:except not really, because his powers came from morality, not from a ceremony]] and losing his own wife and child.

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* The Eitrigg incident in WorldOfWarcraft.''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Tirion Fordring (KnightInShiningArmor) repels his OWN faction to save an enemy because the enemy saved his life previously. This resulted in Tirion being "stripped" of his titles and powers [[spoiler:except not really, because his powers came from morality, not from a ceremony]] and losing his own wife and child.
9th Nov '17 9:30:37 AM BlazTorch314
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** This trope is practically the central theme of ''VideoGame/Persona5''

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** This trope is practically Given that the central theme of ''VideoGame/Persona5''''VideoGame/Persona5'' is "Rebellion", this trope kinda goes without saying.
9th Nov '17 8:37:53 AM BlazTorch314
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** This trope is practically the central theme of ''VideoGame/Persona5''
17th Sep '17 4:47:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''ArmyOfTwo''. Overlaps with [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules Screw The Money]], their MissionControl asks them if they want to let the authorities handle it legally, but they decline as they know the BigBad is currently in the process of killing witnesses and destroying evidence inside the HQ.

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* ''ArmyOfTwo''.''VideoGame/ArmyOfTwo''. Overlaps with [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules Screw The Money]], their MissionControl asks them if they want to let the authorities handle it legally, but they decline as they know the BigBad is currently in the process of killing witnesses and destroying evidence inside the HQ.
19th Jul '17 1:10:32 PM Triscon42
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** This is also how Tidus meets Yuna, and arguably, an EstablishingCharacterMoment; after learning that the apprentice summoner has been inside the Cloister of Trials for over a day, he decides to go in after her, yelling "Like I care!" when he's told it's taboo to do so.

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** This is also how Tidus meets Yuna, and arguably, an EstablishingCharacterMoment; after learning that the apprentice summoner has been inside the Cloister of Trials for over a day, he decides to go in after her, yelling "Like I care!" when he's told it's taboo to do so. (in the HD Remake, you get a trophy named "The Right Thing")
29th May '17 4:55:41 PM StarSword
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** In ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'', Ryder and the other Pathfinders (the salarian Pathfinder, and depending on the outcome of side missions the turian and asari Pathfiders as well) defy direct orders from the directorship of the Andromeda Initiative not to seek out the Remnant city of Meridian, lest they provoke the kett to attack the Initiative directly. [[spoiler:Director Tann does a rather embarrassing and obviously political about-face on the matter after the mission succeeds.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'', Ryder and the other Pathfinders (the salarian Pathfinder, and depending on the outcome of side missions the turian and asari Pathfiders as well) defy direct orders from the directorship of the Andromeda Initiative not to seek out the Remnant city of Meridian, lest they provoke the kett to attack the Initiative directly. The Pathfinders reason that a confrontation with the kett is coming regardless and it's better that it come on the Initiative's terms. [[spoiler:Director Tann does a rather embarrassing and obviously political about-face on the matter after the mission succeeds.]]
29th May '17 4:54:36 PM StarSword
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** In ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'', Ryder and the other Pathfinders (the salarian Pathfinder, and depending on the outcome of side missions the turian and asari Pathfiders as well) defy direct orders from the directorship of the Andromeda Initiative not to seek out the Remnant city of Meridian, lest they provoke the kett to attack the Initiative directly. [[spoiler:Director Tann does a rather embarrassing and obviously political about-face on the matter after the mission succeeds.]]
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