History WellIntentionedExtremist / VideoGames

24th May '18 6:22:48 AM LlamaAdventure
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* The Northern Golem (aka Kax Teh) from the ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'' series. The land of Zenozoik is a primitive, StonePunk hellhole populated by violent, anarchic inhabitants who follow no laws other than that MightMakesRight, to the point that [[spoiler: Zenozoik is in reality a quarantine zone keeping the Zenos away from the rest of civilized society]], so the Golem's desire to introduce law and order is perfectly understandable. Unfortunately, his plan to do so is to march right into the capital city and enact a code of law by force, which turns the majority of Zenos against him.

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* The Northern Golem (aka Kax Teh) from the ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'' series. The land of Zenozoik is a primitive, StonePunk hellhole populated by violent, anarchic inhabitants who follow no laws other than that MightMakesRight, to the point that [[spoiler: Zenozoik is in reality a quarantine zone keeping the Zenos away from the rest of civilized society]], so the Golem's desire to introduce law and order is perfectly understandable. Unfortunately, his plan to do so is to march right into the capital city and enact a code of law by force, which turns the majority of Zenos against him.him (and the few that follow him and form a proper police force almost immediately turn incompetent and corrupt.)
24th May '18 6:20:46 AM LlamaAdventure
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* The Northern Golem (aka Kax Teh) from the ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'' series. The land of Zenozoik is a primitive, StonePunk hellhole populated by violent, anarchic inhabitants who follow no laws other than that MightMakesRight, to the point that [[spoiler: Zenozoik is in reality a quarantine zone keeping the Zenos away from the rest of civilized society]], so the Golem's desire to introduce law and order is perfectly understandable. Unfortunately, his plan to do so is to march right into the capital city and enact a code of law by force, which turns the majority of Zenos against him.
15th May '18 5:04:34 PM MasterN
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** [[spoiler:Lusamine]] in the AlternateUniverse of ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon''. Contrary to her actions in the universe of the original Sun/Moon, she was willing to sacrifice Cosmog in order to try and prevent Necrozma from causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt rather than for her own reasons.

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** [[spoiler:Lusamine]] in the AlternateUniverse of ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon''. Contrary to her actions in the universe of the original Sun/Moon, she was willing to sacrifice [[spoiler:sacrifice Cosmog in order to try and prevent Necrozma from causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt]] rather than for her own reasons.
15th May '18 5:04:01 PM MasterN
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** Lusamine in the AlternateUniverse of ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon''. Contrary to her actions in the universe of the original Sun/Moon, she was willing to sacrifice Cosmog in order to try and prevent Necrozma from causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt rather than for her own reasons.

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** Lusamine [[spoiler:Lusamine]] in the AlternateUniverse of ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon''. Contrary to her actions in the universe of the original Sun/Moon, she was willing to sacrifice Cosmog in order to try and prevent Necrozma from causing TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt rather than for her own reasons.
13th May '18 5:16:53 PM IukaSylvie
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* Abraxas the BigBad of ''[[VideoGame/TearsToTiara2 Tears to Tiara 2]]'' was originally one. He realizes be was wrong, but IHaveComeTooFar combined with DemonicPossession caused his IgnoredEpiphany and going down a much darker road.

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* Abraxas the BigBad of ''[[VideoGame/TearsToTiara2 Tears to Tiara 2]]'' was originally one. He realizes be was wrong, but IHaveComeTooFar IveComeTooFar combined with DemonicPossession caused his IgnoredEpiphany and going down a much darker road.
24th Apr '18 1:38:29 PM miraculous
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* Despite being one of the main protagonists of either route, Kei Nanjo from ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' has some elements of this. While he wants to stop [[spoiler:Kandori]] and save the world as much as the others, whenever the party is given a SadisticChoice, he always suggests making the less moral of the choices. It's implied that this is due to a sense of urgency to resolve the crisis rather than any actual malice.

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* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona:''
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Despite being one of the main protagonists of either route, Kei Nanjo from ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' has some elements of this. While he wants to stop [[spoiler:Kandori]] and save the world as much as the others, whenever the party is given a SadisticChoice, he always suggests making the less moral of the choices. It's implied that this is due to a sense of urgency to resolve the crisis rather than any actual malice.



** ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'': Comstock literally looks down upon the world and thinks he can eradicate civilization and rebuild it from a floating city with access to infinite resources and wisdom from alternate universes. Grim, but plausible. He's a massive racist who wishes to restore the caste system, and his heir plans on invading other parallel Earths to continue the murder-spree forever. Not so plausible. It doesn't help that he has a serious case of NeverMyFault combined with old-age senility.
31st Mar '18 6:31:44 PM Primis
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* The villains of the ''Franchise/{{DeusEx}}'' franchise could write entire paragraphs about being this. Because of the setting's realistic GreyAndGrayMorality, most villains got a very decent point, especially because of the CrapsackWorld they inhabit.

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* The villains of the ''Franchise/{{DeusEx}}'' franchise ''Franchise/DeusExUniverse'' could write entire paragraphs about being this. Because of the setting's realistic GreyAndGrayMorality, most villains got a very decent point, especially because of the CrapsackWorld they inhabit.



** The true villain of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'', [[spoiler:Hugh Darrow]], is very much well-intentioned in his wish for [[spoiler:the people to be free from augmentations and the corporations who misuse them]]... Only issue is that he tried to get the point across with mass murder. [[spoiler:As with the Illuminati above, you can go with Hugh Darrow's message in the end, in a toned down, less extreme take on his idealogy.]]

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** The true villain of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'', ''Deus Ex: Human Revolution'', [[spoiler:Hugh Darrow]], is very much well-intentioned in his wish for [[spoiler:the people to be free from augmentations and the corporations who misuse them]]... Only issue is that he tried to get the point across with mass murder. [[spoiler:As with the Illuminati above, you can go with Hugh Darrow's message in the end, in a toned down, less extreme take on his idealogy.]]
26th Feb '18 4:20:32 AM Cryoclaste
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*** ''TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'' had two: [[spoiler:Richter wanted to resurrect his dead friend and take revenge on Ratatosk for killing him; however, this would involve killing the innocent main character and turning the world into a demonic realm (though, secretly, he planned to use a HeroicSacrifice to stop that last part from happening). Ratatosk himself was the second example, wishing to restore the world's flow of mana by killing everyone who had distorted it: namely, all the humans, elves, and half-elves in the world]].

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*** ''TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'' ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'' had two: [[spoiler:Richter wanted to resurrect his dead friend and take revenge on Ratatosk for killing him; however, this would involve killing the innocent main character and turning the world into a demonic realm (though, secretly, he planned to use a HeroicSacrifice to stop that last part from happening). Ratatosk himself was the second example, wishing to restore the world's flow of mana by killing everyone who had distorted it: namely, all the humans, elves, and half-elves in the world]].
26th Feb '18 2:17:11 AM Cryoclaste
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* Alicia Pris of ''TailConcerto''.

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* Alicia Pris of ''TailConcerto''.''VideoGame/TailConcerto''.
23rd Feb '18 1:05:58 AM miraculous
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* [[ObviouslyEvil Master Xehanort]] in ''[[KingdomHearts Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep]]'' is this. [[spoiler:He feels that the World's (yes, it is capitalized) light and darkness are out of balance, and seeks to forge the χ-blade to open Kingdom Hearts and create a new world where the two forces can be balanced once again. To that end, he almost killed one of his pupils after completely stripping his heart of all his darkness, and started another Keyblade War -- the last one of which almost destroyed the World completely.]]

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* [[ObviouslyEvil Master Xehanort]] in ''[[KingdomHearts Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep]]'' is was this. [[spoiler:He feels that the World's (yes, it is capitalized) light and darkness are out of balance, and seeks to forge the χ-blade to open Kingdom Hearts and create a new world where the two forces can be balanced once again. To that end, he almost killed one of his pupils after completely stripping his heart of all his darkness, and started another Keyblade War -- the last one of which almost destroyed the World completely.]]



* In ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', it is very easy to pin the NOL as some sort of TheEmpire, with their totalitarian, iron-fisted rule and their law of 'anyone not obeying our rules are to be executed'...until you realize that if NOL didn't put up such an iron-fisted rule, the CrapsackWorld will plunge into further chaos, with many dangerous Ars Magus free for people to claim, with a high possibility of the claimer being psychomaniacs out to destroy the world. It may be a cruel method, and the NOL look like jerks doing their job, but they do try to make the world a better place to live in. However, the reason why NOL is easy to pin as an unabashed evil [[TheEmpire empire]] is the fact that, possibly, the whole organization is being manipulated by not one, but two over-the-top villains with high VillainSue caliber.

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* In ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', it is very easy to pin the NOL as some sort of TheEmpire, with their totalitarian, iron-fisted rule and their law of 'anyone not obeying our rules are to be executed'...until you realize that if NOL didn't put up such an iron-fisted rule, the CrapsackWorld will plunge into further chaos, with many dangerous Ars Magus free for people to claim, with a high possibility of the claimer being psychomaniacs out to destroy the world. It may be a cruel method, and the NOL look like jerks doing their job, but they do try to make the world a better place to live in. However, the reason why NOL is easy to pin as an unabashed evil [[TheEmpire empire]] is the fact that, possibly, the whole organization is being manipulated by not one, but two over-the-top villains with high VillainSue caliber.InvincibleVillain status.
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