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27th Apr '16 8:26:20 PM kawaiineko333
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* Series/{{Daredevil}}: Until episode 3, Wilson Fisk, aka The Kingpin, was TheGhost. After Matt defeats John Healy, he wants a name for the big boss running the city's crime. Healy reveals his name, then promptly kills himself to keep him from going after any of his family.
27th Feb '16 12:46:02 PM TinMan
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** Khan Noonien Singh is cited as the sole reason for the Federation's NoTranshumanismAllowed policy. In the 1990s Eugenics Wars, he was able to take over at least a quarter of the Earth, managed to escape to space when normal humans deposed the other supers, and later proved a match for James Kirk, Starfleet's resident MemeticBadass. Even a century after his death, Starfleet is still absolutely terrified of another Khan rising from illegal genetic engineering programs.
7th Feb '16 3:10:49 PM canIusethishandle
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* ''Series/{{RunningMan}}'': Everytime Choi Min Soo is a guest star, the show becomes terrifying.
16th Jan '16 7:08:46 AM ading
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** [[spoiler:The Darkness]] is the epitome of this trope. Even [[spoiler:[[{{Satan}} Lucifer]], the ArchangelMichael, and ''[[TheGrimReaper Death himself]]'']] seem afraid of her. Considering she's [[spoiler:the source of all evil in the universe and equal to God in power]], it's not surprising.
20th Dec '15 1:40:42 PM SirHandel3
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** Even the Doctor's regenerations face this. [[spoiler:There is a regeneration those following the Eighth Doctor don't speak of: [[Creator/JohnHurt the War Doctor]]. He is notorious for breaking the promise bound to the name "the Doctor" by burning down Gallifrey and the Daleks with them. [[note]]Of course then it's found out in the 50th Anniversary special that Gallifrey ''didn't'' burn and was instead preserved in stasis by all of the Doctors (ItMakesSenseInContext), and the only reason the timeline still asserts the War Doctor as The Dreaded is because he and Ten forget they actually saved Gallifrey after they return to their own times.[[/note]]]]

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** Even the Doctor's regenerations incarnations face this. [[spoiler:There is a regeneration an incarnation those following the Eighth Doctor don't speak of: [[Creator/JohnHurt the War Doctor]]. He is notorious for breaking the promise bound to the name "the Doctor" by burning down Gallifrey and the Daleks with them. [[note]]Of course then it's found out in the 50th Anniversary special that Gallifrey ''didn't'' burn and was instead preserved in stasis by all of the Doctors (ItMakesSenseInContext), and the only reason the timeline still asserts the War Doctor as The Dreaded is because he and Ten forget they actually saved Gallifrey after they return to their own times.[[/note]]]]
16th Nov '15 12:26:43 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* ''Series/FatherTed'' had [[TheBore Father Stone]]. Just mentioning his name caused Dougal to faint and Jack to MegatonPunch Ted out of the parish.
** More seriously, Bishop Brenan.
26th Sep '15 2:47:10 PM LentilSandEater
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** There is also the Valeyard. He starts off as a LawfulEvil AmoralAttorney prosecuting the 6th Doctor. It is finally revealed by the Master that they are an EnemyWithout of the Doctor [[FutureMeScaresMe between his 12th and final incarnations]]. They are so terrible the Master is scared of them. Taken further in the DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse, where the 7th Doctor locked away the 6th Doctor's personality to prevent the Valeyard existing. AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho Unbound shows if the Valeyard had won he would have destroyed the Web of Time.

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** There is also the Valeyard. He starts off as a LawfulEvil an AmoralAttorney prosecuting the 6th Doctor. It is finally revealed by the Master that they are an EnemyWithout of the Doctor [[FutureMeScaresMe between his 12th and final incarnations]]. They are so terrible the Master is scared of them. Taken further in the DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse, where the 7th Doctor locked away the 6th Doctor's personality to prevent the Valeyard existing. AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho Unbound shows if the Valeyard had won he would have destroyed the Web of Time.
25th Sep '15 4:04:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': ComicBook/LexLuthor has evolved into this. Simply knowing that he's out there and that he knows their secret identities has [[{{Superman}} Clark]], [[GreenArrow Oliver]], and the rest of the [[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League]] shaking, and the possibility of his return is spoken of in tones usually reserved for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Not bad for a BadassNormal and (as of his last, Season 8 appearance) [[spoiler:EvilCripple]].

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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': ComicBook/LexLuthor has evolved into this. Simply knowing that he's out there and that he knows their secret identities has [[{{Superman}} Clark]], [[GreenArrow [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Oliver]], and the rest of the [[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League]] shaking, and the possibility of his return is spoken of in tones usually reserved for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Not bad for a BadassNormal and (as of his last, Season 8 appearance) [[spoiler:EvilCripple]].
25th Sep '15 10:44:19 AM Morgenthaler
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** Angelus.

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** Angelus. Angelus, the SuperPoweredEvilSide of Angel. When the BigBad from season 1, a very old and evil vampire in his own right, describes him as "the most savage creature I've ever met"...
15th Sep '15 11:54:38 PM babyhenchy1
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** After flaying a lord who didn't submit to his father's rule (as well as his wife and brother), Ramsay Bolton becomes feared throughout the North, and people are now submitting simply to avoid his horrific reprisals, a reputation he is clearly pleased with. His father on the other hand, despite the submissions, [[PragmaticVillainy is less than pleased due to the long-term problems of dealing with bannermen in this manner]].

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** After flaying FlayingAlive a lord who didn't submit to his father's rule (as well as his wife and brother), Ramsay Bolton becomes feared throughout the North, and people are now submitting simply to avoid his horrific reprisals, a reputation he is clearly pleased with. His father on the other hand, despite the submissions, [[PragmaticVillainy is less than pleased due to the long-term problems of dealing with bannermen in this manner]].
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