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12th Jul '17 11:31:58 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* The superheroine Ms Marvel in ''WesternAnimation/XMenTheAnimatedSeries'' had her life destroyed by the mutant Rogue (a villain, at that point), who somehow sucked out her soul and buried it in a hellish prison deep in her own mind. She became increasingly obsessed with punishing Rogue for this, as well as somehow obtaining an end to her own suffering.

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* The superheroine Ms Marvel in ''WesternAnimation/XMenTheAnimatedSeries'' ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' had her life destroyed by the mutant Rogue (a villain, at that point), who somehow sucked out her soul and buried it in a hellish prison deep in her own mind. She became increasingly obsessed with punishing Rogue for this, even after she reformed, as well as somehow obtaining an end to her own suffering.
12th Jul '17 11:31:02 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* The superheroine Ms Marvel in ''WesternAnimation/XMenTheAnimatedSeries'' had her life destroyed by the mutant Rogue (a villain, at that point), who somehow sucked out her soul and buried it in a hellish prison deep in her own mind. She became increasingly obsessed with punishing Rogue for this, as well as somehow obtaining an end to her own suffering.
24th Jun '17 8:38:53 AM RobbSony3
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** Lemongrab himself. Just look at several tragedies in his life: ParentalAbandonment, gets insulted, assaulted, and bullied by his own mother, called by his mom a "butt", and most recently witnessed the death of his son Lemonjon, which made him the tyrannical dictator in "Too Old". He probably sees this as UnstoppableRage in his pain. This is more evident for people so emotionally unstable/sensitive as Lemongrab, seeing your little boy die right in front of you is not an easy thing to deal with. FridgeHorror: When describing their profound joy about their newfound fatherhood, Lemongrab describes this feeling as "so pretty okay." He has been chronically depressed for so long that he's unable to adequately articulate what it feels like to experience true happiness. It has also proven to be a very depressed and suicidal person.

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** Lemongrab himself. Just look at several tragedies in his life: ParentalAbandonment, gets insulted, assaulted, and bullied by his own mother, called by his mom a "butt", and most recently witnessed the death of his son Lemonjon, which made him the tyrannical tyrannical, AxCrazy dictator in "Too Old". He probably sees this as UnstoppableRage in his pain.Old". This is more evident for people so emotionally unstable/sensitive as Lemongrab, seeing your little boy die right in front of you is not an easy thing to deal with. FridgeHorror: When describing their profound joy about their newfound fatherhood, Lemongrab describes this feeling as "so pretty okay." He has been chronically depressed for so long that he's unable to adequately articulate what it feels like to experience true happiness. It has also proven to be a very depressed and suicidal person.
14th Jun '17 1:05:03 PM thecarolinabull01
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---> '''Baby Doll''': [[IronicEcho I didn't mean it...]]

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9th Jun '17 7:46:28 PM cwf123
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* ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'': Hector Con Carne was a Mexican billionaire playboy who wanted to rule the world until Cod Commando activated a bomb in his mansion. He was reduced to a BrainInAJar and a stomach while attached to a circus bear. He wanted to take over the world all because he lost his body as well.
6th Jun '17 1:14:00 PM thegatorgirl
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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** Meg Griffin, specially in the episode "Dial Meg For Murder," when she returns from prison and gets revenge on everybody who bullied her by dishing two {{No Holds Barred Beatdown}}s to Peter and the popular kids at her school (by filling a bag with unopened soda cans and hitting them with it). Brian snaps her out of it by showing her an issue of Teen People Magazine and [[Heartwarming/FamilyGuy describing her as "Far sweeter and kinder than the average teenage girl."]]
** Death. The poor guy is despised and treated like shit by everyone for doing his job and can't form a good human relationship. Even Peter takes pity on him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
** Meg Griffin, specially in the episode "Dial Meg For Murder," The Ice King is crazy, but mostly, he's just lonely. Just try not to feel bad for him when NEPTR chooses Finn over him. Especially after the revelation that [[spoiler:he [[WasOnceAMan used to be normal]] until he tried an antique crown that resulted in [[SanitySlippage a loss of sanity]], along with [[BlessedWithSuck gradually gaining supernatural ice powers and becoming unsightly]]]], leading to his present self.
** [[BadassPrincess Flame Princess]] is also one. She had her heart broken by [[TheHero Finn]] ([[CanineCompanion Jake]] in disguise) after he changed his mind about Finn dating her since she's evil. He did this ''just'' after he sang a song telling how much Finn likes her. After this,
she returns from prison goes {{Yandere}} and goes on a rampage. She ''probably'' doesn't get many boyfriends due to her unpredictable personality and the way her dad seems to shelter her because of said personality.
** The Earls of Lemongrab nearly became this in "All Your Fault".
** Lemongrab himself. Just look at several tragedies in his life: ParentalAbandonment,
gets revenge on everybody who insulted, assaulted, and bullied her by dishing two {{No Holds Barred Beatdown}}s to Peter his own mother, called by his mom a "butt", and most recently witnessed the popular kids at her school (by filling a bag with unopened soda cans and hitting them with it). Brian snaps her out death of it by showing her his son Lemonjon, which made him the tyrannical dictator in "Too Old". He probably sees this as UnstoppableRage in his pain. This is more evident for people so emotionally unstable/sensitive as Lemongrab, seeing your little boy die right in front of you is not an issue of Teen People Magazine and [[Heartwarming/FamilyGuy easy thing to deal with. FridgeHorror: When describing her their profound joy about their newfound fatherhood, Lemongrab describes this feeling as "Far sweeter and kinder than the average teenage girl."]]
** Death. The poor guy is despised and treated
"so pretty okay." He has been chronically depressed for so long that he's unable to adequately articulate what it feels like shit by everyone for doing his job to experience true happiness. It has also proven to be a very depressed and can't form a good human relationship. Even Peter takes pity on him.suicidal person.



* Carl the Evil Cockroach Wizard from ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo''. It is implied on numerous occasions that his failed attempts at being a villain efficient and physical abuse of his older brother, is resentment that motivates him to try to defeat Yin and Yang to impress his mother.
* Satan from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', especially in TheMovie. He often comes off as just a nice, friendly guy who tries to act tough, and all he really wants is to move up to live on Earth (even if that will doom humanity). Just listen to his [[IWantSong so-called]] VillainSong, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X13Kb_DktHg Up There]]."
** Also Butters in season 6. After the main boys snub him, he adopts the alter-ego "Professor Chaos", and plots to ''drown the world''... [[PokeThePoodle with a garden hose.]]
** [[spoiler:Scott Tenorman]], the BigBad of the 200/201 episodes. He went insane after [[spoiler:Cartman made him eat his own parents]], which led to his plan to steal Mohammed's power to not be made fun of.
** Trent Boyett. The reason he wants revenge on the main characters is that he was put in juvenile hall due to doing something they asked him to do, and when it had terrible consequences he got all the blame. They convinced him to light a fire in the classroom (so they could play "fireman" and put the fire out by urinating on it), but it quickly burned out of control and their teacher was horrifically burned; Trent was sent to juvy and the main four weren't punished at all. Butters also saw what actually happened but he wouldn't speak in Trent's defense, so Trent wants revenge on him as well.
* Ezekiel Rage in ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'', particularly in his first episode, where he is a delusionally tortured man bent on revenge for the loss of his family.

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* Carl ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
** Aang isn't evil or villainous in any way, but it is scary when he gets upset and goes into
the Evil Cockroach Wizard Avatar State.
** [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Hama]]. Kidnapped and imprisoned by the Fire Nation army as a teenager, prevented
from ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo''. It is implied bending her native element (water), it's no wonder she took her only chance of escape, by turning the guards into PeoplePuppets by bending their body fluids. But then she snuck into the Fire Nation and started kidnapping innocent civilians with the same technique she used on numerous occasions the prison guards...
* Mr. Freeze from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' was splashed with cryogenic chemicals while fighting with his boss, who he'd been stealing resources from to find a way to cure his terminally ill wife, Nora. He was even willing to kill innocent people to get revenge. This interpretation of Freeze proved so popular
that his failed attempts at being a villain efficient and physical abuse it spread into most other adaptations of his older brother, is resentment that motivates ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''.
** In ''The New Batman Adventures'', Freeze's condition had worsened, reducing
him to try a living head without a body. Nora was revived but left him for one of her doctors. A comic tie-in expands on this. Nora's new husband, jealous over her love for Victor, hid the letters that Victor wrote to defeat Yin her. When Nora found out, she tried to return to Victor but could not accept his criminal past.
** By the time of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', his wife's gone,
and Yang to impress his mother.
* Satan from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', especially
although he gets a second chance in TheMovie. He often comes off as just a nice, friendly guy who clone body and tries to act tough, make amends for all the people he's hurt, [[YankTheDogsChain he relapses, gets betrayed, barely survives the attack on him, and all he really wants proceeds to freeze his betrayers for trying to perform a premature autopsy on him, then aims to commit suicide by blowing up the man's company, killing hundreds of innocent people in the crossfire]]. His FamousLastWords to Terry, the new Batman, are one of the best done AlasPoorVillain moments ever.
--->'''Terry:''' Freeze, you've got to get out of here. The building's about to collapse.\\
'''Freeze:''' Believe me, you're the only one who cares.
** There are other villains besides Mr. Freeze who qualify for this trope. For instance, there was Calendar Girl, a former model who got too old for the business and now seeks revenge on those who forced her out or failed to restore her youthful beauty. She
is later revealed to move up to live on Earth (even if actually be gorgeous under her WhiteMaskOfDoom, but:
---> '''Batman:''' All she can see are the flaws.
** And then there's [[WhiteDwarfStarlet Mary Dahl]], better known for her defining (make
that will doom humanity). Just listen to his [[IWantSong so-called]] VillainSong, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X13Kb_DktHg Up There]]."
** Also Butters in season 6. After the main boys snub him, he adopts the alter-ego "Professor Chaos",
''[[TypeCasting inescapable]]'') role and plots to ''drown the world''... [[PokeThePoodle with a garden hose.CatchPhrase:
---> '''Baby Doll''': [[IronicEcho I didn't mean it...
]]
** [[spoiler:Scott Tenorman]], * The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s rendition of [[spoiler: Ace from the BigBad of Royal Flush Gang]]. [[spoiler: She's a scared pre-teen girl whose massive RealityWarper and MasterOfIllusion powers [[BlessedWithSuck have wrecked her life]]. She's first trained by the 200/201 episodes. He went insane after [[spoiler:Cartman made government, then joined ComicBook/TheJoker and the Gang, and ''then'' not only do we learn [[PersonOfMassDestruction that Joker wants to use her to kill/mind rape everyone]], but she ends up snapping and [[HoistByHisOwnPetard mind-raping him]]. It ultimately turns out that Ace's powers ''are killing her'' and she could potentially ''kill everyone in the whole city she's in'' as she passes away; and this happens in days when she's so desperately lonely that she has warped a part of a local park into a creepy house and kidnapped people to try making friends. Amanda Waller then tells Franchise/{{Batman}} to give her a MercyKill before she has her fatal meltdown, but when confronted by him eat Ace asks him to "StayWithMeUntilIDie", he complies and she dies quietly by his own parents]], side, which led to keeps her from destroying the city. Batman then carries the kid's lifeless body in his plan to steal Mohammed's power to not be made fun of.
arms, visibly and genuinely saddened by this.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** Trent Boyett. The reason he wants Meg Griffin, specially in the episode "Dial Meg For Murder," when she returns from prison and gets revenge on the main characters is that he was put in juvenile hall due everybody who bullied her by dishing two {{No Holds Barred Beatdown}}s to doing something they asked him to do, and when it had terrible consequences he got all the blame. They convinced him to light a fire in the classroom (so they could play "fireman" and put the fire out by urinating on it), but it quickly burned out of control and their teacher was horrifically burned; Trent was sent to juvy Peter and the main four weren't punished popular kids at all. Butters also saw what actually happened but he wouldn't speak in Trent's defense, so Trent wants revenge on him her school (by filling a bag with unopened soda cans and hitting them with it). Brian snaps her out of it by showing her an issue of Teen People Magazine and [[Heartwarming/FamilyGuy describing her as well.
* Ezekiel Rage in ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'', particularly in
"Far sweeter and kinder than the average teenage girl."]]
** Death. The poor guy is despised and treated like shit by everyone for doing
his first episode, where he is job and can't form a delusionally tortured man bent good human relationship. Even Peter takes pity on revenge for the loss of his family.him.



* An incomplete ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' episode involves a giant creature called Squishy, Hugger of Worlds, a childish titan whose planet hugs eventually destroy them. According to plot ideas, Squishy is constantly tormented by other races (including Zim's species) and hugs planets like a sad child clings to a blanket or teddy bear.
* Nox, the [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity hopelessly insane]] BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}''. His true goals are, at first, ambiguous, and we are led to believe that he'll be more of a CardCarryingVillain early on, but three quarters of the way through, we learn that he is [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong trying to turn back time for some reason]]. Not until we see the bonus episode dedicated to his past do we realise his true intentions and motivations. From there on, he becomes less of an amusing Saturday morning cartoon villain and more of a deep, tragic character who you can't help but feel for, even ''as'' he commits acts of genocide. In fact, at this point, if Nox were to suddenly reappear without his mask and turn out to be even remotely handsome looking, he very much risks falling into DracoInLeatherPants territory. [[spoiler:This doesn't happen, as his last appearance is...[[AlasPoorVillain a shot of his armor in a pile of dust next to what is assumed to be his family's grave]]]].
* Blackarachnia from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. She ''really'' didn't want to be [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a half-organic mutant]], and only wants to be restored to her original form and re-accepted into Transformer society (namely, with the Decepticons; she no longer trusts the Autobots). However, the methods she resorts to are unethical and often dangerous, and her old friend Optimus knows that he has to stop her hurting anyone.
** Wasp is another example. He was falsely accused of being a Decepticon spy, sent to Autobot prison, driven insane by his time there, and forcibly transformed into a [[{{Cyborg}} Techno-organic]] by Blackarachnia. However, he is a homicidal maniac, a Decepticon, and wants revenge on Bumblebee, who didn't know that Wasp was framed. When he found out, he eventually apologized. The newly-dubbed Waspinator's response?
-->'''Waspinator''': Wasp...forgive...Bumblebot...but Waspinator NEVER FORGIVE!
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
** The Ice King is crazy, but mostly, he's just lonely. Just try not to feel bad for him when NEPTR chooses Finn over him. Especially after the revelation that [[spoiler:he [[WasOnceAMan used to be normal]] until he tried an antique crown that resulted in [[SanitySlippage a loss of sanity]], along with [[BlessedWithSuck gradually gaining supernatural ice powers and becoming unsightly]]]], leading to his present self.
** [[BadassPrincess Flame Princess]] is also one. She had her heart broken by [[TheHero Finn]] ([[CanineCompanion Jake]] in disguise) after he changed his mind about Finn dating her since she's evil. He did this ''just'' after he sang a song telling how much Finn likes her. After this, she goes {{Yandere}} and goes on a rampage. She ''probably'' doesn't get many boyfriends due to her unpredictable personality and the way her dad seems to shelter her because of said personality.
** The Earls of Lemongrab nearly became this in "All Your Fault".
** Lemongrab himself. Just look at several tragedies in his life: ParentalAbandonment, gets insulted, assaulted, and bullied by his own mother, called by his mom a "butt", and most recently witnessed the death of his son Lemonjon, which made him the tyrannical dictator in "Too Old". He probably sees this as UnstoppableRage in his pain. This is more evident for people so emotionally unstable/sensitive as Lemongrab, seeing your little boy die right in front of you is not an easy thing to deal with. FridgeHorror: When describing their profound joy about their newfound fatherhood, Lemongrab describes this feeling as "so pretty okay." He has been chronically depressed for so long that he's unable to adequately articulate what it feels like to experience true happiness. It has also proven to be a very depressed and suicidal person.

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* An incomplete ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' episode involves a giant creature called Squishy, Hugger of Worlds, a childish titan whose planet hugs eventually destroy them. According to plot ideas, Squishy is constantly tormented by other races (including Zim's species) and hugs planets like a sad child clings to a blanket or teddy bear.
* Nox, the [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity hopelessly insane]] BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}''. His true goals are, at first, ambiguous, and we are led to believe that he'll be more of a CardCarryingVillain early on, but three quarters of the way through, we learn that he is [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong trying to turn back time for some reason]]. Not until we see the bonus episode dedicated to his past do we realise his true intentions and motivations. From there on, he becomes less of an amusing Saturday morning cartoon villain and more of a deep, tragic character who you can't help but feel for, even ''as'' he commits acts of genocide. In fact, at this point, if Nox were to suddenly reappear without his mask and turn out to be even remotely handsome looking, he very much risks falling into DracoInLeatherPants territory. [[spoiler:This doesn't happen, as his last appearance is...[[AlasPoorVillain a shot of his armor in a pile of dust next to what is assumed to be his family's grave]]]].
* Blackarachnia
Yivo from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. She ''really'' didn't want to be [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a half-organic mutant]], and only wants to be restored to her original form and re-accepted into Transformer society (namely, with the Decepticons; she no longer trusts the Autobots). However, the methods she resorts to are unethical and often dangerous, and her old friend Optimus knows that he has to stop her hurting anyone.
** Wasp is another example. He was falsely accused of being a Decepticon spy, sent to Autobot prison, driven insane by his time there, and forcibly transformed into a [[{{Cyborg}} Techno-organic]] by Blackarachnia. However, he is a homicidal maniac, a Decepticon, and wants revenge on Bumblebee, who didn't know that Wasp was framed. When he found out, he eventually apologized. The newly-dubbed Waspinator's response?
-->'''Waspinator''': Wasp...forgive...Bumblebot...but Waspinator NEVER FORGIVE!
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
** The Ice King is crazy, but mostly, he's just lonely. Just try not to feel bad for him
''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', always faced system incompatibilities when NEPTR chooses Finn over him. Especially after the revelation that [[spoiler:he [[WasOnceAMan used to be normal]] until he tried an antique crown that resulted in [[SanitySlippage a loss of sanity]], along with [[BlessedWithSuck gradually gaining supernatural ice powers and becoming unsightly]]]], leading to his present self.
** [[BadassPrincess Flame Princess]] is also one. She had her heart broken by [[TheHero Finn]] ([[CanineCompanion Jake]] in disguise) after he changed his mind about Finn dating her since she's evil. He did this ''just'' after he sang a song telling how much Finn likes her. After this, she goes {{Yandere}} and goes on a rampage. She ''probably'' doesn't get many boyfriends due to her unpredictable personality and
court the way her dad seems to shelter her because of said personality.
** The Earls of Lemongrab nearly became this in "All Your Fault".
** Lemongrab himself. Just look at several tragedies in his life: ParentalAbandonment, gets insulted, assaulted, and bullied by his own mother, called by his mom a "butt", and most recently witnessed the death of his son Lemonjon, which made
Futurama Universe. Philip J. Fry got him the tyrannical dictator in "Too Old". He probably sees this as UnstoppableRage in his pain. This is more evident for people so emotionally unstable/sensitive as Lemongrab, seeing your little boy die right in front of you is not an easy thing to deal with. FridgeHorror: When describing their profound joy about their newfound fatherhood, Lemongrab describes this feeling as "so pretty okay." He has been chronically depressed for so long that he's unable to adequately articulate what it feels like to experience true happiness. It has also proven to be a very depressed and suicidal person. interested.



* The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s rendition of [[spoiler: Ace from the Royal Flush Gang]]. [[spoiler: She's a scared pre-teen girl whose massive RealityWarper and MasterOfIllusion powers [[BlessedWithSuck have wrecked her life]]. She's first trained by the government, then joined ComicBook/TheJoker and the Gang, and ''then'' not only do we learn [[PersonOfMassDestruction that Joker wants to use her to kill/mind rape everyone]], but she ends up snapping and [[HoistByHisOwnPetard mind-raping him]]. It ultimately turns out that Ace's powers ''are killing her'' and she could potentially ''kill everyone in the whole city she's in'' as she passes away; and this happens in days when she's so desperately lonely that she has warped a part of a local park into a creepy house and kidnapped people to try making friends. Amanda Waller then tells Franchise/{{Batman}} to give her a MercyKill before she has her fatal meltdown, but when confronted by him Ace asks him to "StayWithMeUntilIDie", he complies and she dies quietly by his side, which keeps her from destroying the city. Batman then carries the kid's lifeless body in his arms, visibly and genuinely saddened by this.]]

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* The Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s rendition An incomplete ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' episode involves a giant creature called Squishy, Hugger of [[spoiler: Ace from the Royal Flush Gang]]. [[spoiler: She's Worlds, a scared pre-teen girl childish titan whose massive RealityWarper planet hugs eventually destroy them. According to plot ideas, Squishy is constantly tormented by other races (including Zim's species) and MasterOfIllusion powers [[BlessedWithSuck have wrecked her life]]. She's hugs planets like a sad child clings to a blanket or teddy bear.
* Ezekiel Rage in ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'', particularly in his
first trained by episode, where he is a delusionally tortured man bent on revenge for the government, then joined ComicBook/TheJoker loss of his family.
* In the SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' [[spoiler:Tarrlok]] and his brother [[spoiler:Noatak, better known as Amon]] turn out to be examples of this flavor of Anti-Villain. Their father was [[spoiler:Yakone, the infamous crime lord that Aang had defeated and [[DePower Depowered]] decades before the start of the series]]. [[spoiler:Yakone]] proved to be a [[AbusiveParents Horrible Father]], perhaps almost as bad as Ozai. [[spoiler:He forced Tarrlok and Noatak to learn bloodbending so that he could use them to exact his promised vengeance against Republic City; Tarrlok grew up into a corrupt and power-hungry politician, while Noatak turned on Yakone and ran away from home, with a festering hatred of bending that would one day lead to him starting the Equalist revolution under the guise of Amon.]] Ultimately, [[spoiler:Tarrlok has a HeelRealization and kills himself and Amon by igniting the fuel tank of Amon's escape boat using an Equalist shock gauntlet]].
** In the final season, [[spoiler:Kuvira]]. Like Amon, she too was a WellIntentionedExtremist, but also driven by [[spoiler:''severe'' abandonment issues, oweing to her own parents kicking her out when she was 8 years old, and seeing her nation being abandoned in the same way when it needed help most.]]
* Weathervane/Paula Haze from ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed''. She was treated like crap by Misty Breeze. No wonder the poor girl snapped.
* [[JerkassWoobie Princess Luna]] in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' became [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Nightmare Moon]] and tried to cause [[TheNightThatNeverEnds eternal darkness]] because the ponies all rejected her beautiful night [[PaintingTheFrostOnWindows that she creates]], much preferring [[LightIsGood Celestia's]] day. This doesn't seem so bad, except that Luna's special talent (signified by her cutie mark) ''is'' the night,
and the Gang, and ''then'' not only do we learn [[PersonOfMassDestruction series establishes on numerous occasions that Joker wants to use her to kill/mind rape everyone]], but she ends up snapping [[SanitySlippage very bad things]] happen when a pony's special talent is rejected; it's just in this case the one being rejected was a [[PhysicalGod physical goddess]].
* ''{{WesternAnimation/The Real Ghostbusters}}'' - One of the more character-driven episodes "Ragnarok
and [[HoistByHisOwnPetard mind-raping him]]. It ultimately turns out that Ace's powers ''are killing her'' Roll" deals with Jeremy, a man angry at the world over breaking up with his girlfriend, Cindy, and she could potentially ''kill vowing to [[DisproportionateRetribution bring about the end of the world]]. He nearly succeeded as he brought Ragnarok into full swing and the Ghostbusters were unable to stop him. Had Cindy and Jeremy's companion, [=DyTillio=], not talked sense into him, the Ghostbusters were ready to detonate their proton packs in an attempt to stop Jeremy and the end of the world.
* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' gives us [[spoiler:Simone Lenoir and Lena Dupree]], settlers who came to what would become the area around New Orleans two hundred years ago, presumably to escape religious persecution. Their commune, by sheer bad luck, fell under attack by merciless pirates, who fed
everyone except them to alligators ForTheEvulz. Making a [[DealWithTheDevil Deal With the Pagan Cat God]] for enough power for a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, they found that they had been cursed with immortality and the need to suck out souls to maintain it. It's quite jarring that, at the end of the film, [[spoiler:they get [[NoImmortalInertia the same punishment]] as their accomplice Jacques]].
* Satan from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', especially in TheMovie. He often comes off as just a nice, friendly guy who tries to act tough, and all he really wants is to move up to live on Earth (even if that will doom humanity). Just listen to his [[IWantSong so-called]] VillainSong, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X13Kb_DktHg Up There]]."
** Also Butters in season 6. After the main boys snub him, he adopts the alter-ego "Professor Chaos", and plots to ''drown the world''... [[PokeThePoodle with a garden hose.]]
** [[spoiler:Scott Tenorman]], the BigBad of the 200/201 episodes. He went insane after [[spoiler:Cartman made him eat his own parents]], which led to his plan to steal Mohammed's power to not be made fun of.
** Trent Boyett. The reason he wants revenge on the main characters is that he was put in juvenile hall due to doing something they asked him to do, and when it had terrible consequences he got all the blame. They convinced him to light a fire
in the whole city she's in'' as she passes away; classroom (so they could play "fireman" and this happens in days when she's so desperately lonely that she has warped a part put the fire out by urinating on it), but it quickly burned out of a local park into a creepy house control and kidnapped people their teacher was horrifically burned; Trent was sent to try making friends. Amanda Waller then tells Franchise/{{Batman}} to give her a MercyKill before she has her fatal meltdown, juvy and the main four weren't punished at all. Butters also saw what actually happened but when confronted by he wouldn't speak in Trent's defense, so Trent wants revenge on him Ace asks him to "StayWithMeUntilIDie", he complies and she dies quietly by his side, which keeps her from destroying the city. Batman then carries the kid's lifeless body in his arms, visibly and genuinely saddened by this.]]as well.



* Mr. Freeze from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' was splashed with cryogenic chemicals while fighting with his boss, who he'd been stealing resources from to find a way to cure his terminally ill wife, Nora. He was even willing to kill innocent people to get revenge. This interpretation of Freeze proved so popular that it spread into most other adaptations of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''.
** In ''The New Batman Adventures'', Freeze's condition had worsened, reducing him to a living head without a body. Nora was revived but left him for one of her doctors. A comic tie-in expands on this. Nora's new husband, jealous over her love for Victor, hid the letters that Victor wrote to her. When Nora found out, she tried to return to Victor but could not accept his criminal past.
** By the time of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', his wife's gone, and although he gets a second chance in a clone body and tries to make amends for all the people he's hurt, [[YankTheDogsChain he relapses, gets betrayed, barely survives the attack on him, and proceeds to freeze his betrayers for trying to perform a premature autopsy on him, then aims to commit suicide by blowing up the man's company, killing hundreds of innocent people in the crossfire]]. His FamousLastWords to Terry, the new Batman, are one of the best done AlasPoorVillain moments ever.
--->'''Terry:''' Freeze, you've got to get out of here. The building's about to collapse.\\
'''Freeze:''' Believe me, you're the only one who cares.
** There are other villains besides Mr. Freeze who qualify for this trope. For instance, there was Calendar Girl, a former model who got too old for the business and now seeks revenge on those who forced her out or failed to restore her youthful beauty. She is later revealed to actually be gorgeous under her WhiteMaskOfDoom, but:
---> '''Batman:''' All she can see are the flaws.
** And then there's [[WhiteDwarfStarlet Mary Dahl]], better known for her defining (make that ''[[TypeCasting inescapable]]'') role and CatchPhrase:
---> '''Baby Doll''': [[IronicEcho I didn't mean it...]]
* Weathervane/Paula Haze from ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed''. She was treated like crap by Misty Breeze. No wonder the poor girl snapped.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
** Aang isn't evil or villainous in any way, but it is scary when he gets upset and goes into the Avatar State.
** [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Hama]]. Kidnapped and imprisoned by the Fire Nation army as a teenager, prevented from bending her native element (water), it's no wonder she took her only chance of escape, by turning the guards into PeoplePuppets by bending their body fluids. But then she snuck into the Fire Nation and started kidnapping innocent civilians with the same technique she used on the prison guards...
* In the SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' [[spoiler:Tarrlok]] and his brother [[spoiler:Noatak, better known as Amon]] turn out to be examples of this flavor of Anti-Villain. Their father was [[spoiler:Yakone, the infamous crime lord that Aang had defeated and [[DePower Depowered]] decades before the start of the series]]. [[spoiler:Yakone]] proved to be a [[AbusiveParents Horrible Father]], perhaps almost as bad as Ozai. [[spoiler:He forced Tarrlok and Noatak to learn bloodbending so that he could use them to exact his promised vengeance against Republic City; Tarrlok grew up into a corrupt and power-hungry politician, while Noatak turned on Yakone and ran away from home, with a festering hatred of bending that would one day lead to him starting the Equalist revolution under the guise of Amon.]] Ultimately, [[spoiler:Tarrlok has a HeelRealization and kills himself and Amon by igniting the fuel tank of Amon's escape boat using an Equalist shock gauntlet]].
** In the final season, [[spoiler:Kuvira]]. Like Amon, she too was a WellIntentionedExtremist, but also driven by [[spoiler:''severe'' abandonment issues, oweing to her own parents kicking her out when she was 8 years old, and seeing her nation being abandoned in the same way when it needed help most.]]
* Yivo from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', always faced system incompatibilities when he tried to court the Futurama Universe. Philip J. Fry got him interested.
* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' gives us [[spoiler:Simone Lenoir and Lena Dupree]], settlers who came to what would become the area around New Orleans two hundred years ago, presumably to escape religious persecution. Their commune, by sheer bad luck, fell under attack by merciless pirates, who fed everyone except them to alligators ForTheEvulz. Making a [[DealWithTheDevil Deal With the Pagan Cat God]] for enough power for a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, they found that they had been cursed with immortality and the need to suck out souls to maintain it. It's quite jarring that, at the end of the film, [[spoiler:they get [[NoImmortalInertia the same punishment]] as their accomplice Jacques]].
* [[JerkassWoobie Princess Luna]] in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' became [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Nightmare Moon]] and tried to cause [[TheNightThatNeverEnds eternal darkness]] because the ponies all rejected her beautiful night [[PaintingTheFrostOnWindows that she creates]], much preferring [[LightIsGood Celestia's]] day. This doesn't seem so bad, except that Luna's special talent (signified by her cutie mark) ''is'' the night, and the series establishes on numerous occasions that [[SanitySlippage very bad things]] happen when a pony's special talent is rejected; it's just in this case the one being rejected was a [[PhysicalGod physical goddess]].

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* Mr. Freeze from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' [[spoiler:Lapis Lazuli]] in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. [[spoiler:She was splashed with cryogenic chemicals while fighting with his boss, who he'd been stealing resources from a Gem trapped in a mirror the Crystal Gems only used to find a way to cure his terminally ill wife, Nora. He was even willing to kill innocent people power said mirror and for recording Gem history. It is heavily implied the Gems had trapped her in there.]] When she is freed, she wants nothing more than to get revenge. This interpretation of Freeze proved home, but her cracked gem impaired her ability, so popular that it spread into most other adaptations of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''.
** In ''The New Batman Adventures'', Freeze's condition had worsened, reducing him
she uses the oceans to a living head try to get back home. Unfortunately, she didn't intend to go down without a body. Nora was revived but left him for one of her doctors. A comic tie-in expands on this. Nora's new husband, jealous over her love for Victor, hid fight when the letters that Victor wrote to her. When Nora found out, she Crystal Gems [[DittoFighter tried to return to Victor but could not accept his criminal past.
to]] [[MakingASplash stop her]].
** By In the time of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', his wife's gone, and although he gets a second chance in a clone body and tries to make amends for all the people he's hurt, [[YankTheDogsChain he relapses, gets betrayed, barely survives the attack on him, and proceeds to freeze his betrayers for trying to perform a premature autopsy on him, then aims to commit suicide by blowing up the man's company, killing hundreds of innocent people in the crossfire]]. His FamousLastWords to Terry, the new Batman, are one of the best done AlasPoorVillain moments ever.
--->'''Terry:''' Freeze, you've got to get out of here.
season 2 finale, [[spoiler: The building's about to collapse.\\
'''Freeze:''' Believe me, you're the only one who cares.
** There are other villains besides Mr. Freeze who qualify for this trope. For instance, there was Calendar Girl, a former model who got too old for the business and now seeks revenge on those who forced her out or failed to restore her youthful beauty. She
Cluster]] is later revealed to actually be gorgeous under her WhiteMaskOfDoom, but:
---> '''Batman:''' All she
this. [[spoiler: They don't want to destroy the Earth, they just want to take a form so they can see are find the flaws.
** And then there's [[WhiteDwarfStarlet Mary Dahl]], better known for her defining (make that ''[[TypeCasting inescapable]]'') role and CatchPhrase:
---> '''Baby Doll''': [[IronicEcho I didn't mean it...
pieces of their missing Gems. Unfortunately, if they ever took form, it would destroy the Earth. They do get a somewhat happy ending, though.]]
* Weathervane/Paula Haze Toyman from ''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed''. She ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. When he was treated like crap by Misty Breeze. No wonder the poor girl snapped.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
** Aang isn't evil or villainous in any way, but it is scary when he gets upset and goes into the Avatar State.
** [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Hama]]. Kidnapped and imprisoned by the Fire Nation army as
a teenager, prevented from bending her native element (water), it's no wonder she took her only chance of escape, by turning the guards into PeoplePuppets by bending their body fluids. But then she snuck into the Fire Nation and started kidnapping innocent civilians with the same technique she used on the prison guards...
* In the SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' [[spoiler:Tarrlok]] and
boy, his brother [[spoiler:Noatak, better known as Amon]] turn out to be examples of this flavor of Anti-Villain. Their father was [[spoiler:Yakone, a toymaker conned into opening up a toy factory funded by mob boss, Bruno Mannheim, who then used the infamous crime lord that Aang had defeated factory for his own means, playing the boy's father for a patsy, and [[DePower Depowered]] decades getting him arrested. The guy died in prison before the start of the series]]. [[spoiler:Yakone]] proved getting a chance to be a [[AbusiveParents Horrible Father]], perhaps almost as bad as Ozai. [[spoiler:He forced Tarrlok make parole, and Noatak to learn bloodbending so that he could use them to exact his promised vengeance against Republic City; Tarrlok grew up into a corrupt and power-hungry politician, while Noatak turned on Yakone and ran away son was bounced from home, various foster homes. Now an adult, he adopted a persona with a festering hatred of bending that would one day lead to him starting the Equalist revolution under the guise of Amon.]] Ultimately, [[spoiler:Tarrlok has giant doll head with an eerie smile for a HeelRealization and kills himself and Amon by igniting the fuel tank of Amon's escape boat mask, using an Equalist shock gauntlet]].
** In the final season, [[spoiler:Kuvira]]. Like Amon, she too was a WellIntentionedExtremist, but also driven by [[spoiler:''severe'' abandonment issues, oweing to her own parents kicking her out when she was 8 years old, and seeing her nation being abandoned in the same way when it needed help most.]]
* Yivo from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', always faced system incompatibilities when he tried to court the Futurama Universe. Philip J. Fry got him interested.
* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' gives us [[spoiler:Simone Lenoir and Lena Dupree]], settlers who came to what would become the area around New Orleans two hundred years ago, presumably to escape religious persecution. Their commune, by sheer bad luck, fell under attack by merciless pirates, who fed everyone except them to alligators ForTheEvulz. Making a [[DealWithTheDevil Deal With the Pagan Cat God]] for
toys as weapons (powerful enough power to take even Superman by surprise) to take his revenge on Mannheim, and later Superman for a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, they found that they had been cursed with immortality and the need to suck out souls to maintain it. It's quite jarring that, at the end of the film, [[spoiler:they get [[NoImmortalInertia the same punishment]] as their accomplice Jacques]].
* [[JerkassWoobie Princess Luna]] in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' became [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Nightmare Moon]] and tried to cause [[TheNightThatNeverEnds eternal darkness]] because the ponies all rejected her beautiful night [[PaintingTheFrostOnWindows that she creates]], much preferring [[LightIsGood Celestia's]] day. This doesn't seem so bad, except that Luna's special talent (signified by her cutie mark) ''is'' the night, and the series establishes on numerous occasions that [[SanitySlippage very bad things]] happen when a pony's special talent is rejected; it's just in this case the one being rejected
interfering. After learning his backstory, Lois Lane summed it up best.
-->'''Lois:''' He
was a [[PhysicalGod physical goddess]].sicko, Kent... but I can't help feeling sorry for him.



* Blackarachnia from ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''. She ''really'' didn't want to be [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a half-organic mutant]], and only wants to be restored to her original form and re-accepted into Transformer society (namely, with the Decepticons; she no longer trusts the Autobots). However, the methods she resorts to are unethical and often dangerous, and her old friend Optimus knows that he has to stop her hurting anyone.
** Wasp is another example. He was falsely accused of being a Decepticon spy, sent to Autobot prison, driven insane by his time there, and forcibly transformed into a [[{{Cyborg}} Techno-organic]] by Blackarachnia. However, he is a homicidal maniac, a Decepticon, and wants revenge on Bumblebee, who didn't know that Wasp was framed. When he found out, he eventually apologized. The newly-dubbed Waspinator's response?
-->'''Waspinator''': Wasp...forgive...Bumblebot...but Waspinator NEVER FORGIVE!



* ''{{WesternAnimation/The Real Ghostbusters}}'' - One of the more character-driven episodes "Ragnarok and Roll" deals with Jeremy, a man angry at the world over breaking up with his girlfriend, Cindy, and vowing to [[DisproportionateRetribution bring about the end of the world]]. He nearly succeeded as he brought Ragnarok into full swing and the Ghostbusters were unable to stop him. Had Cindy and Jeremy's companion, [=DyTillio=], not talked sense into him, the Ghostbusters were ready to detonate their proton packs in an attempt to stop Jeremy and the end of the world.



* [[spoiler:Lapis Lazuli]] in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. [[spoiler:She was a Gem trapped in a mirror the Crystal Gems only used to power said mirror and for recording Gem history. It is heavily implied the Gems had trapped her in there.]] When she is freed, she wants nothing more than to get home, but her cracked gem impaired her ability, so she uses the oceans to try to get back home. Unfortunately, she didn't intend to go down without a fight when the Crystal Gems [[DittoFighter tried to]] [[MakingASplash stop her]].
** In the season 2 finale, [[spoiler: The Cluster]] is revealed to be this. [[spoiler: They don't want to destroy the Earth, they just want to take a form so they can find the pieces of their missing Gems. Unfortunately, if they ever took form, it would destroy the Earth. They do get a somewhat happy ending, though.]]
* Toyman from ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. When he was a boy, his father was a toymaker conned into opening up a toy factory funded by mob boss, Bruno Mannheim, who then used the factory for his own means, playing the boy's father for a patsy, and getting him arrested. The guy died in prison before getting a chance to make parole, and his son was bounced from various foster homes. Now an adult, he adopted a persona with a giant doll head with an eerie smile for a mask, using toys as weapons (powerful enough to take even Superman by surprise) to take his revenge on Mannheim, and later Superman for interfering. After learning his backstory, Lois Lane summed it up best.
-->'''Lois:''' He was a sicko, Kent... but I can't help feeling sorry for him.

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* [[spoiler:Lapis Lazuli]] in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. [[spoiler:She was a Gem trapped in a mirror Nox, the Crystal Gems only used to power said mirror [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity hopelessly insane]] BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}''. His true goals are, at first, ambiguous, and for recording Gem history. It is heavily implied the Gems had trapped her in there.]] When she is freed, she wants nothing we are led to believe that he'll be more than to get home, of a CardCarryingVillain early on, but her cracked gem impaired her ability, so she uses three quarters of the oceans way through, we learn that he is [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong trying to try to get turn back home. Unfortunately, she didn't intend to go down without a fight when time for some reason]]. Not until we see the Crystal Gems [[DittoFighter tried to]] [[MakingASplash stop her]].
** In the season 2 finale, [[spoiler: The Cluster]] is revealed
bonus episode dedicated to be this. [[spoiler: They don't want to destroy the Earth, they just want to take a form so they can find the pieces of their missing Gems. Unfortunately, if they ever took form, it would destroy the Earth. They do get a somewhat happy ending, though.]]
* Toyman from ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. When he was a boy,
his father was past do we realise his true intentions and motivations. From there on, he becomes less of an amusing Saturday morning cartoon villain and more of a toymaker conned into opening up a toy factory funded by mob boss, Bruno Mannheim, deep, tragic character who then used the factory for his own means, playing the boy's father for a patsy, and getting him arrested. The guy died in prison before getting a chance to make parole, and his son was bounced from various foster homes. Now an adult, he adopted a persona with a giant doll head with an eerie smile for a mask, using toys as weapons (powerful enough to take even Superman by surprise) to take his revenge on Mannheim, and later Superman for interfering. After learning his backstory, Lois Lane summed it up best.
-->'''Lois:''' He was a sicko, Kent... but I
you can't help feeling sorry for him.but feel for, even ''as'' he commits acts of genocide. In fact, at this point, if Nox were to suddenly reappear without his mask and turn out to be even remotely handsome looking, he very much risks falling into DracoInLeatherPants territory. [[spoiler:This doesn't happen, as his last appearance is...[[AlasPoorVillain a shot of his armor in a pile of dust next to what is assumed to be his family's grave]]]].
* Carl the Evil Cockroach Wizard from ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo''. It is implied on numerous occasions that his failed attempts at being a villain efficient and physical abuse of his older brother, is resentment that motivates him to try to defeat Yin and Yang to impress his mother.
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* Toyman from ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. When he was a boy, his father was a toymaker conned into opening up a toy factory funded by mob boss, Bruno Mannheim, who then used the factory for his own means, playing the boy's father for a patsy, and getting him arrested. The guy died in prison before getting a chance to make parole, and his son was bounced from various foster homes. Now an adult, he adopted a persona with a giant doll head with an eerie smile for a mask, using toys as weapons (powerful enough to take even Superman by surprise) to take his revenge on Mannheim, and later Superman for interfering. After learning his backstory, Lois Lane summed it up best.
-->'''Lois:''' He was a sicko, Kent... but I can't help feeling sorry for him.
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** [[MagnificentBastard Princess Azula]]. Her brother Zuko may have been neglected by their father Ozai, but he still had [[MamaBear Ursa]] and [[BadassGrandpa Iroh]] to love him. Azula had a strained relationship with Ursa (despite the latter's genuine love) and was never close to Iroh to begin with, and Ozai, despite favoring her, ultimately saw her more as a tool than as a daughter. She struggles to sustain relationships with either friends or family without relying on manipulation and/or intimidation, and this [[MachiavelliWasWrong backfiring on her]], combined with Ozai's lack of regard, brings about Azula's VillainousBreakdown.
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* Predaking, of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', is [[TheJuggernaut earth-shakingly powerful]]... And ''[[LastOfHisKind very, very alone.]]'' His Decepticon handlers regard him as a mindless beast, and [[BullyingADragon treat him as one]] until he discovers and reveals [[ItCanThink his true nature]], at which point he is rewarded with mistrust, deceit, and betrayal by those he swears his loyalty to. It should come as no surprise that when he finds out about Megatron's involvement in destroying the only thing Predaking ever cared about, this is the [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal breaking point]], and he [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge tears a path through the Decepticon army]], hellbent on finding Megatron and settling the score.

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* Predaking, of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', is [[TheJuggernaut earth-shakingly powerful]]... And ''[[LastOfHisKind very, very alone.]]'' His Decepticon handlers regard him as a mindless beast, and [[BullyingADragon treat him as one]] until he discovers and reveals [[ItCanThink his true nature]], at which point he is rewarded with mistrust, deceit, and betrayal by those he swears his loyalty to. It should come as no surprise that when he finds out about Megatron's involvement in destroying the only thing Predaking ever cared about, slaughter of his developing Predcon brethren, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes whose future was Predaking's foremost concern]], this is the [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal breaking point]], and he [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge tears a path through the Decepticon army]], hellbent on finding Megatron and settling the score.
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** [[MagnificentBastard Princess Azula]]. Her brother Zuko may have been neglected by their father Ozai, but he still had [[MamaBear Ursa]] and [[BadassGrandpa Iroh]] to love him. Azula had a strained relationship with Ursa (despite the latter's genuine love) and was never close to Iroh to begin with, and Ozai, despite favoring her, ultimately saw her more as a tool than as a daughter. She [[NoSocialSkills struggles to sustain relationships]] with either friends or family without relying on manipulation and/or intimidation, and this [[MachiavelliWasWrong backfiring on Azula]] brings about her VillainousBreakdown.

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** [[MagnificentBastard Princess Azula]]. Her brother Zuko may have been neglected by their father Ozai, but he still had [[MamaBear Ursa]] and [[BadassGrandpa Iroh]] to love him. Azula had a strained relationship with Ursa (despite the latter's genuine love) and was never close to Iroh to begin with, and Ozai, despite favoring her, ultimately saw her more as a tool than as a daughter. She [[NoSocialSkills struggles to sustain relationships]] relationships with either friends or family without relying on manipulation and/or intimidation, and this [[MachiavelliWasWrong backfiring on Azula]] her]], combined with Ozai's lack of regard, brings about her Azula's VillainousBreakdown.
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