History WellIntentionedExtremist / AnimeAndManga

28th Apr '16 3:33:30 PM Bugfragged
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** Major Loki Jotunheim is probably the most extreme example in the series so far, especially since he forces the protagonist (and many others) to become a ChildSoldier and declares war on Midgard. [[spoiler:This was done so he could control all inheritors of Code Lost (such as the main character) and kill Charlotte before her Code Acht will inadvertently destroy humanity.]] He also orders Yuu to kill any D in danger of mating with a Dragon and transforming into the same type of Dragon, though after Volume 1, he seems more open to his subordinate's attempts to TakeAThirdOption.

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** Major Loki Jotunheim is probably the most extreme example in the series so far, especially since he forces the protagonist (and many others) to become a ChildSoldier and eventually declares war on Midgard. [[spoiler:This was done so he could control all inheritors of Code Lost (such as the main character) and kill Charlotte before her Code Acht will inadvertently destroy humanity.]] He also orders Yuu to kill any D in danger of mating with a Dragon and transforming into the same type of Dragon, though after Volume 1, he seems more open to his subordinate's attempts to TakeAThirdOption.
28th Apr '16 3:32:28 PM Bugfragged
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** In the {{Prequel}}, ''Jack'', Latern turns out to be one. [[spoiler: She's intensely jealous of the happy, peaceful lives that humans lead. Because she loves human society so much, she goes about brutally killing criminals and delinquents as punishment for disrupting society's harmony and order. This includes killing Taishi's friends, because they caused trouble at school and [[EvilIsPetty their motorcycles were loud]] and annoyed her]]. Taishi immediately points out the hypocrisy of this, because someone that would kill people is even ''worse''.

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** In the {{Prequel}}, ''Jack'', Latern turns out to be one. [[spoiler: She's intensely jealous of the happy, peaceful lives that humans lead. Because she loves human society so much, she goes about brutally killing criminals and delinquents as punishment for disrupting society's harmony and order. This includes killing Taishi's friends, because they caused trouble at school and [[EvilIsPetty their motorcycles were loud]] and annoyed her]]. Taishi immediately points out the hypocrisy of this, because someone that would kill people is even ''worse''.''worse''.
* ''LightNovel/UnlimitedFafnir''
** Major Loki Jotunheim is probably the most extreme example in the series so far, especially since he forces the protagonist (and many others) to become a ChildSoldier and declares war on Midgard. [[spoiler:This was done so he could control all inheritors of Code Lost (such as the main character) and kill Charlotte before her Code Acht will inadvertently destroy humanity.]] He also orders Yuu to kill any D in danger of mating with a Dragon and transforming into the same type of Dragon, though after Volume 1, he seems more open to his subordinate's attempts to TakeAThirdOption.
** "Black" Vritra is the one who turned girls into D, with the intent of turning them [[spoiler:and eventually all of humanity]] into Dragons. [[spoiler:Later, she reveals that she wants to turn humans into NighInvulnerable Counter-Dragons to increase the chances of life on Earth surviving the next True Dragon calamity.]]
20th Apr '16 12:53:14 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' : Bodol Zer, commander of the Zentraedi, attacked Earth with a devastating OrbitalBombardment and tried to destroy the troops that were previously fighting against Mankind when he was notified said troops were negotiating a ceasefire. His reasons aren't clearly stated in the original series, but [[Anime/{{Macross7}} one of the sequels]] shows that the frontline troops' actions looked suspiciously like the result of a [[EldritchAbomination Protodeviln]] awakening, and given that the last time that happened the galaxy-spanning empire that had created the Zentraedi self-destructed to seal them away, destroying the planet and killing everyone involved was the only intelligent thing to do.

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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' : ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'': Bodol Zer, commander of the Zentraedi, attacked Earth with a devastating OrbitalBombardment and tried to destroy the troops that were previously fighting against Mankind when he was notified said troops were negotiating a ceasefire. His reasons aren't clearly stated in the original series, but [[Anime/{{Macross7}} one of the sequels]] ''Anime/{{Macross 7}}'' shows that the frontline troops' actions looked suspiciously like the result of a [[EldritchAbomination Protodeviln]] awakening, and given that the last time that happened the galaxy-spanning empire that had created the Zentraedi self-destructed to seal them away, destroying the planet and killing everyone involved was the only intelligent thing to do.
29th Mar '16 12:19:49 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* While she was never a villain, Ratchet Altair from the [[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove fifth]] ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' game displayed an example of this trope in ''VideoGame/SakuraWarsTheTheMovie''. [[spoiler: When the Flower Division is fighting a BrainwashedAndCrazy Orihime, Ratchet was willing to kill her just to get it over with.]]

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* While she was never a villain, Ratchet Altair from the [[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove fifth]] ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' game displayed an example of this trope in ''VideoGame/SakuraWarsTheTheMovie''.''VideoGame/SakuraWarsTheMovie''. [[spoiler: When the Flower Division is fighting a BrainwashedAndCrazy Orihime, Ratchet was willing to kill her just to get it over with.]]]] However, she's mellowed out considerably by the time we meet her again in ''VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove''.
29th Mar '16 12:17:22 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* While she was never a villain, Ratchet Altair from the fifth ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' game displayed an example of this trope in TheMovie. [[spoiler: When Flower Division fighting a BrainwashedAndCrazy Orihime, she was willing to kill her just so that she end this "meaningless waste of time".]]

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* While she was never a villain, Ratchet Altair from the fifth [[VideoGame/SakuraWarsSoLongMyLove fifth]] ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' game displayed an example of this trope in TheMovie. ''VideoGame/SakuraWarsTheTheMovie''. [[spoiler: When the Flower Division is fighting a BrainwashedAndCrazy Orihime, she Ratchet was willing to kill her just so that she end this "meaningless waste of time".to get it over with.]]
11th Mar '16 5:34:49 PM GrammarNavi
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* The main villain of ''TalesOfVesperia: The First Strike'' is, believe it or not, [[spoiler:Garista Luodur, the Imperial Knights' best strategist, who wanted to create a new type of blastia that could help the people gain full control of Aer. To do so, he created a gigantic blastia within the abandoned castle ruins and wanted to test out his own blastias. There was a negative side effect to this, though; the blastias he created and tested out produced abnormal amounts of red Aer, which turned the leaves on the trees unseasonably red and caused the resident animals and monsters of the forest to go berserk and threaten the people of different towns. None of the knights knew Garista was behind it all, of course, but Yuri and Flynn finally figured it out near the film's climax and had to attack him for the safety of the others]].

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* The main villain of ''TalesOfVesperia: ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia: The First Strike'' is, believe it or not, [[spoiler:Garista Luodur, the Imperial Knights' best strategist, who wanted to create a new type of blastia that could help the people gain full control of Aer. To do so, he created a gigantic blastia within the abandoned castle ruins and wanted to test out his own blastias. There was a negative side effect to this, though; the blastias he created and tested out produced abnormal amounts of red Aer, which turned the leaves on the trees unseasonably red and caused the resident animals and monsters of the forest to go berserk and threaten the people of different towns. None of the knights knew Garista was behind it all, of course, but Yuri and Flynn finally figured it out near the film's climax and had to attack him for the safety of the others]].
13th Feb '16 8:01:35 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin'': [[spoiler:the characters discover that they're a part of this when the truth about the witch-proof substance, Orbo, is revealed (it's made of witches!).]]

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* ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin'': ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin'': [[spoiler:the characters discover that they're a part of this when the truth about the witch-proof substance, Orbo, is revealed (it's made of witches!).]]
13th Feb '16 3:59:30 PM Prfnoff
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* ''WitchHunterRobin'': [[spoiler:the characters discover that they're a part of this when the truth about the witch-proof substance, Orbo, is revealed (it's made of witches!).]]

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* ''WitchHunterRobin'': ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin'': [[spoiler:the characters discover that they're a part of this when the truth about the witch-proof substance, Orbo, is revealed (it's made of witches!).]]
11th Feb '16 9:05:37 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' and ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' offer us a fair share of these guys:
** Bodol Zer (Dolza in ''Robotech''), commander of the Zentraedi, attacked Earth with a devastating PlanetaryBombardment and tried to destroy the troops that were previously fighting against Mankind when he was notified said troops were negotiating a ceasefire. His reasons change with the franchise, but they're good anyway: in ''Macross'' [[Anime/Macross7 one of the sequels]] shows that the frontine troops' actions looked suspiciously like the result of [[EldritchAbomination Protodeviln]] contamination]], and given the last time that happened the galaxy-spanning empire that had created the Zentraedi self-destructed to seal them away destroying the planet and kill everyone was the only intelligent thing to do; in ''Robotech'' it's just that ''one million warships with incredible firepower'' are negotiating a ceasefire without informing him, and Dolza's reaction to the apparent desertion of such a force was to strike first before it could disperd and do god knows what;
** only in ''Robotech'', the current Robotech Masters. Successors to terrible tyrants, they're now trying to save their civilization by recovering the last known supply of [[MacGuffin Protoculture]], located on Earth, before the Invid or the Disciples of Zor come, and are genuinely puzzled by the Human hostility (to be fair, the high command of Earth wanted to negotiate, but before they could actually try and talk a trigger-happy officer fired nukes at them). Once the fighting started, however, they showed no compulsion against killing thousands of Humans nor willingness to explain their actions, and when they saw the Invid had found out of the Protoculture they grew desperate enough to demand the complete evacuation of Earth on pain of extermination and use their own civilians as brainwashed infantry;

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* ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' and ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' offer us a fair share of these guys:
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: Bodol Zer (Dolza in ''Robotech''), Zer, commander of the Zentraedi, attacked Earth with a devastating PlanetaryBombardment OrbitalBombardment and tried to destroy the troops that were previously fighting against Mankind when he was notified said troops were negotiating a ceasefire. His reasons change with aren't clearly stated in the franchise, but they're good anyway: in ''Macross'' [[Anime/Macross7 original series, but [[Anime/{{Macross7}} one of the sequels]] shows that the frontine frontline troops' actions looked suspiciously like the result of a [[EldritchAbomination Protodeviln]] contamination]], awakening, and given that the last time that happened the galaxy-spanning empire that had created the Zentraedi self-destructed to seal them away away, destroying the planet and kill killing everyone involved was the only intelligent thing to do; in ''Robotech'' do.
* ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'':
** This series offers a different view for Dolza's actions:
it's just that ''one million warships with incredible firepower'' are negotiating a ceasefire without informing him, and Dolza's reaction to the apparent desertion of such a force was to strike first before it could disperd disperse and do god knows what;
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** only in ''Robotech'', the The current Robotech Masters. Successors to terrible tyrants, they're now trying to save their civilization by recovering the last known supply of [[MacGuffin Protoculture]], located on Earth, before the Invid or the Disciples of Zor come, and are genuinely puzzled by the Human hostility (to be fair, the high command of Earth wanted to negotiate, but before they could actually try and talk a trigger-happy officer fired nukes at them). Once the fighting started, however, they showed no compulsion against killing thousands of Humans nor willingness to explain their actions, and when they saw the Invid had found out of the Protoculture they grew desperate enough to demand the complete evacuation of Earth on pain of extermination and use their own civilians as brainwashed infantry;
26th Jan '16 10:15:15 AM Willbyr
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* While she was never a villain, Ratchet Altair from the fifth SakuraWars game displayed an example of this trope in TheMovie. [[spoiler: When Flower Division fighting a BrainwashedAndCrazy Orihime, she was willing to kill her just so that she end this "meaningless waste of time".]]

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* While she was never a villain, Ratchet Altair from the fifth SakuraWars ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' game displayed an example of this trope in TheMovie. [[spoiler: When Flower Division fighting a BrainwashedAndCrazy Orihime, she was willing to kill her just so that she end this "meaningless waste of time".]]
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