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26th Mar '17 1:17:56 PM shoboni
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* AssholeVictim: The antagonist of "Hate On Your Dail" is a violent racist that murders a young black boy in the first quarter of the episode and later murders [[spoiler: his mentally disabled brother]] with a hammer for grabbing when he finds out and voices plans to kill again to fuel the cursed object. It's hard to feel bad when [[spoiler: TheKlan guys he had been helping in 1954 via the object's time travel powers mistake him for an FBI informant and burn him alive.]]

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* AssholeVictim: The antagonist of "Hate On Your Dail" is a violent racist that murders a young black boy in the first quarter of the episode and later murders [[spoiler: his mentally disabled brother]] with a hammer for grabbing him when he finds out and voices the hears him voice plans to kill again to fuel the cursed object. It's hard to feel bad when [[spoiler: TheKlan guys he had been helping in 1954 via the object's time travel powers mistake him for an FBI informant and burn him alive.]]
26th Mar '17 1:16:28 PM shoboni
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* AssholeVictim: The antagonist of "Hate On Your Dail" is a violent racist that murders a young black boy in the first quarter of the episode and later murders [[spoiler: his mentally disabled brother]] with a hammer for grabbing when he finds out and voices plans to kill again to fuel the cursed object. It's hard to feel bad when [[spoiler: TheKlan guys he had been helping in 1954 via the object's time travel powers mistake him for an FBI informant and burn him alive.]]
22nd Mar '17 7:05:02 PM shoboni
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* GodIsGood: At the end of The Prophecy [[spoiler: the sky is lit up with divine light that vanquishes the FallenAngel Astaroth and destroys The Book of [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]]. Mother Mary also appears to free Ryan from Lucifer's control.]]
10th Mar '17 6:31:18 PM Ingonyama
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* YourWorstNightmare: "The Quilt of Hathor" and "And Now the News."

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* YourWorstNightmare: "The Quilt of Hathor" and "And Now the News."" In the first case, wrapping oneself in the quilt allows the owner to make what happens in their dreams come true--usually killing other people, though there is the danger of a person who's aware of what's going on turning the tables on them. The second example involves the cathedral radio literally scaring its listeners to death by making their worst fears come to life.
10th Mar '17 6:20:00 PM Ingonyama
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* LivingShadow: "Shadow Boxer". The cursed boxing gloves of the title make the wearer invincible in the ring, by means of their shadow attacking an innocent victim and passing the blows and moves on to them. The "living" part in emphasized by the wearer having to put his gloved hands to his shadow's before it breaks off, in a sort of sports salute, and that what happens to the shadow (being [[WeakenedByTheLight hit by bright lights]], for example) affects the wearer.

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* LivingShadow: "Shadow Boxer". The cursed boxing gloves of the title make the wearer invincible in the ring, by means of their shadow attacking an innocent victim and passing the blows and moves on to them. The "living" part in is emphasized by the wearer having to put his gloved hands to his shadow's before it breaks off, in a sort of sports salute, and that what happens to the shadow (being [[WeakenedByTheLight hit by bright lights]], for example) affects the wearer.
10th Mar '17 6:16:04 PM Ingonyama
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* CarFu: "Night Hunger".

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* CarFu: "Night Hunger". Accomplished by means of having the driver psychically linked with his vehicle to allow him to control it effortlessly (and also [[{{Pun}} driving]] him mad with obsession and the adrenaline rush).



* ClipShow: "Bottle of Dreams".

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* ClipShow: "Bottle of Dreams".Dreams"; see BottleEpisode above.



* EightiesHair

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* EightiesHairEightiesHair: Ryan and Micki especially are victims of this.



* HalloweenEpisode: "Hellowe'en"

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* HalloweenEpisode: "Hellowe'en""Hellowe'en". Aside from the usual trope of it being the night when the line between the worlds of the living and dead is blurred, allowing Uncle Lewis a chance to return to life, the trick-or-treating allows his demon familiar to disguise herself as a neighborhood child to lead Jack into trouble (since he'd have instantly caught on to Uncle Lewis's trick with the Amulet of Zohar and stopped Ryan and Micki in two seconds flat).



* LifeDrain: The Sforza glove of "Faith Healer".
* LifeDrinker: "The Sweetest Sting".
* LighthousePoint: In "The Pirate's Promise", naturally.
* LiquidAssets: "A Cup of Time".
* LivingShadow: "Shadow Boxer".

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* LifeDrain: The Sforza glove of "Faith Healer".
Healer" is in a sense the [[InvertedTrope inverse]] of this: it drains diseases and other fatal conditions from people, thus restoring them to full health, which then causes the next person touched with it to suffer an exponentially worse version of the original disease/condition, killing them. [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Or the glove wearer, if he can't find someone to pass it on to in time]].
* LifeDrinker: "The Sweetest Sting".
Sting"; see BeeAfraid.
* LighthousePoint: In "The Pirate's Promise", naturally. \n It's suitably creepy and fog-shrouded.
* LiquidAssets: "A Cup of Time".
Time". The cursed teacup has a carving of the fictitious "Swapper's Ivy" on its side, [[ArtInitiatesLife which becomes real]] and strangles the person who drank from it, draining their youth and life for the cup owner.
* LivingShadow: "Shadow Boxer". The cursed boxing gloves of the title make the wearer invincible in the ring, by means of their shadow attacking an innocent victim and passing the blows and moves on to them. The "living" part in emphasized by the wearer having to put his gloved hands to his shadow's before it breaks off, in a sort of sports salute, and that what happens to the shadow (being [[WeakenedByTheLight hit by bright lights]], for example) affects the wearer.



* PsychoElectro: "The Electrocutioner".

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* PsychoElectro: "The Electrocutioner". Of particular note is that the villain became this via being put in the electric chair and surviving.



* StageMagician: "The Great Montarro".

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* StageMagician: "The Great Montarro". The episode in fact revolves around a number of them, from the cursed artifact's original owner, to a whole theater full of them competing for a prize, with several falling under suspicion before the true villain is revealed. Also [[JackOfAllTrades Jack was apparently one in his youth]].
27th Jan '17 10:12:15 PM PlanetEarthIsBlue
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* IronicName: The episode "Vanity's Mirror" features a homely girl named Helen overpowered by a magical compact mirror. The most well known bearer of the name Helen would be Helen of Troy, a Spartan princess from ClassicalMythology famed for her beauty.
14th Jan '17 9:52:32 PM WaterBlap
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* TakenForGranite: The fate of those who have the [[ClassicalMythology Shard of Medusa]] used on them to create "very lifelike" art.

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* TakenForGranite: The fate of those who have the [[ClassicalMythology [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Shard of Medusa]] used on them to create "very lifelike" art.
7th Jan '17 8:30:30 PM Ingonyama
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** Donald Wren in "The Mephisto Ring." While becoming a GamblingAddict and the way he maniacally revels in the deaths of his victims is hardly sympathetic, as his own mother says, everyone he killed was an AssholeVictim LoanShark--including the head of the gambling ring, which was also a case of {{Revenge}} for having supposedly killed his father. (After the horrific {{Fingore}} scene and subsequent NoHoldsBarredBeatdown, the asshole absolutely deserved what he got.) Donalds also makes it clear he wants money not just for itself or the thrill of gambling but to have a better life and [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas to give his mother everything she wanted]]. In the end though, while his death is sad, the real SympatheticMurderer is [[spoiler:his mother, who is forced to shoot him to stop/save him, [[HistoryRepeats just as she had his father]].]]

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** Donald Wren in "The Mephisto Ring." While becoming a GamblingAddict TheGamblingAddict and the way he maniacally revels in the deaths of his victims is hardly sympathetic, as his own mother says, everyone he killed was an AssholeVictim LoanShark--including the head of the gambling ring, which was also a case of {{Revenge}} for having supposedly killed his father. (After the horrific {{Fingore}} scene and subsequent NoHoldsBarredBeatdown, the asshole absolutely deserved what he got.) Donalds Donald also makes it clear he wants money not just for itself or the thrill of gambling but to have a better life and [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas to give his mother everything she wanted]]. In the end though, while his death is sad, the real SympatheticMurderer is [[spoiler:his mother, who is forced to shoot him to stop/save him, [[HistoryRepeats just as she had his father]].]]



* TimeStandsStill: "13 O'Clock"

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* TimeStandsStill: "13 O'Clock"O'Clock".



* UltimateEvil: Lucifer, the BiggerBad of the whole series and the one responsible for the whole plot is never shown on camera. The only one who briefly catches a glimpse of him is Micki, who describes his eyes as being empty. Jack goes on to say "Maybe that's all evil is. An absence of good."

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* UltimateEvil: Lucifer, the BiggerBad of the whole series and the one responsible for the whole plot is never shown on camera. The only one who briefly catches a glimpse of him is Micki, who describes his eyes as being empty. Jack goes on to say say, "Maybe that's all evil is. An absence of good."
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