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* Neo Saiba's goal in ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' is to create a world where no one can be hurt. His way of going about this involves a massive army of demons enhanced by the data of a genetic abomination, and the destruction of the Digimon World down to its [[ArcNumber base elements]] (ZeroesAndOnes).

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* Neo Saiba's goal in ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' is to create a world where no one can be hurt. His way of going about this involves a massive army of demons enhanced by the data of a genetic abomination, and the destruction of the Digimon World down to its [[ArcNumber [[NumerologicalMotif base elements]] (ZeroesAndOnes).
11th Jun '16 5:09:30 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Neo Saiba's goal in ''Manga/DigimonVamer01'' is to create a world where no one can be hurt. His way of going about this involves a massive army of demons enhanced by the data of a genetic abomination, and the destruction of the Digimon World down to its [[ArcNumber base elements]] (ZeroesAndOnes).

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* Neo Saiba's goal in ''Manga/DigimonVamer01'' ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' is to create a world where no one can be hurt. His way of going about this involves a massive army of demons enhanced by the data of a genetic abomination, and the destruction of the Digimon World down to its [[ArcNumber base elements]] (ZeroesAndOnes).
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* Neo Saiba's goal in ''Manga/DigimonVamer01'' is to create a world where no one can be hurt. His way of going about this involves a massive army of demons enhanced by the data of a genetic abomination, and the destruction of the Digimon World down to its [[ArcNumber base elements]] (ZeroesAndOnes).
1st Jun '16 8:52:32 AM Willbyr
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* Played with in ''Bokurano''. Dung Beetle and Kokopelli enlist 15 kids to pilot a giant Robot named Zearth, which kills its pilot after a fight, just to give our universe a chance to fight for its own survival... at the expense of 15 kids, 328 trillion human lives and 32767 alternate universes! It doesn't get better by the fact that one of the originally enlisted kids wasn't even born yet!

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* Played with in ''Bokurano''.''Manga/{{Bokurano}}''. Dung Beetle and Kokopelli enlist 15 kids to pilot a giant Robot named Zearth, which kills its pilot after a fight, just to give our universe a chance to fight for its own survival... at the expense of 15 kids, 328 trillion human lives and 32767 alternate universes! It doesn't get better by the fact that one of the originally enlisted kids wasn't even born yet!



* Fifth Sector from ''InazumaEleven Go'', an organization that own and controls soccer (primarily middle school soccer apparently) and wants to make sure that everyone, no matter who they are, can experience the joy of playing and winning at soccer and won't be put down based on their lack of soccer skills. They do this by fixing almost all matches with pre-determined scorelines, forcing teams to comply to these score-lines, and, on a best case scenario, closing down soccer clubs that don't comply, while on a worst case scenario, flat-out destroying any school who's soccer club doesn't go along with them. On top of this, they treat the entire thing like some sort of empire, and even call their leader, the one who "holds soccer in their hands", "The Holy Emperor".

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* Fifth Sector from ''InazumaEleven ''VideoGame/InazumaEleven Go'', an organization that own and controls soccer (primarily middle school soccer apparently) and wants to make sure that everyone, no matter who they are, can experience the joy of playing and winning at soccer and won't be put down based on their lack of soccer skills. They do this by fixing almost all matches with pre-determined scorelines, forcing teams to comply to these score-lines, and, on a best case scenario, closing down soccer clubs that don't comply, while on a worst case scenario, flat-out destroying any school who's soccer club doesn't go along with them. On top of this, they treat the entire thing like some sort of empire, and even call their leader, the one who "holds soccer in their hands", "The Holy Emperor".
1st Jun '16 8:42:59 AM Willbyr
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* In ''HunterXHunter'', Meryem, the Chimeran Ant King, suddenly makes a dramatic change into becoming a WellIntentionedExtremist from wanting to KillAllHumans. After [[ThePowerOfFriendship befriending a human girl]] (whom he originally kept alive so he could one day defeat in the only strategy game he wasn't prodigal at), he learns that there are certain humans that deserve to live, and remakes his plan for the [[TakeOverTheWorld Chimeran Ants inheriting the Earth]]. Instead, he decides to protect the weak and remake the world so that it is ''so'' equal, the word "equality" doesn't even exist anymore. The extremist part? He wants to abolish the old system by force, and is only willing to protect the weak that he deems "have the right to live."
* [[spoiler:Admiral Gil Graham]] from ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' wanted to stop the [[OmnicidalManiac Book of Darkness]] and its multi-dimensional destructive ways, even if [[spoiler:it would cost the lives of the Wolkenritter and result in Hayate being sealed away with the book]].

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* In ''HunterXHunter'', ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', Meryem, the Chimeran Ant King, suddenly makes a dramatic change into becoming a WellIntentionedExtremist from wanting to KillAllHumans. After [[ThePowerOfFriendship befriending a human girl]] (whom he originally kept alive so he could one day defeat in the only strategy game he wasn't prodigal at), he learns that there are certain humans that deserve to live, and remakes his plan for the [[TakeOverTheWorld Chimeran Ants inheriting the Earth]]. Instead, he decides to protect the weak and remake the world so that it is ''so'' equal, the word "equality" doesn't even exist anymore. The extremist part? He wants to abolish the old system by force, and is only willing to protect the weak that he deems "have the right to live."
* Franchise/LyricalNanoha:
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[[spoiler:Admiral Gil Graham]] from ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' wanted to stop the [[OmnicidalManiac Book of Darkness]] and its multi-dimensional destructive ways, even if [[spoiler:it would cost the lives of the Wolkenritter and result in Hayate being sealed away with the book]].
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.]]
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