History YMMV / TheOrderOfTheStick

18th Mar '18 7:48:35 AM StFan
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** Most recently, the re-emergence of Hilgya has been this for some. Some readers claim that she is clearly Main//ChaoticEvil while others think that she's turned over a new leaf. Most agree that while she is better than she was in her initial appearance, she is a far cry from being a good guy.

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** Most recently, the The re-emergence of Hilgya has been this shown she could be one for some. Some readers claim that she is clearly Main//ChaoticEvil ChaoticEvil while others think that she's turned over a new leaf. Most agree that while she is better than she was in her initial appearance, she is a far cry from being a good guy.
17th Mar '18 11:25:20 AM HarmoniousLitter
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** Most recently, the re-emergence of Hilgya has been this for some. Some readers claim that she is clearly Main//ChaoticEvil while others think that she's turned over a new leaf. Most agree that while she is better than she was in her initial appearance, she is a far cry from being a good guy.
16th Mar '18 5:15:05 PM nombretomado
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** For a good time, mention Miko Miyazaki on the forums -- or on ThisVeryWiki. This, despite how [[spoiler:she's been ''dead'' for two thirds of the run of the comic]]. Reportedly, the Giant is disgusted.

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** For a good time, mention Miko Miyazaki on the forums -- or on ThisVeryWiki.Wiki/ThisVeryWiki. This, despite how [[spoiler:she's been ''dead'' for two thirds of the run of the comic]]. Reportedly, the Giant is disgusted.
21st Feb '18 1:04:44 PM Godzillawolf
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** Loki is revealed to be this, as [[spoiler:not only did he scam Hel out of getting the souls of Dwarfs by making her agree to not get the honorable ones then having Thor lead them to be the most honorable civilization possible, it turns out Clerics serving Loki [[LoopholeAbuse don't have to follow the honorable rules of their culture but still don't go to Hel because Loki's nature means they're being honorable by following him as his Clerics.]] In other words: Dwarfs want out of being honorable? They can turn to Loki and ''still'' stay out of Hel's grasp in such a way that benefits Loki.]]
29th Jan '18 7:50:30 AM StFan
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* DesignatedVillain: [[ThePaladin Miko]] can sure look like this. Readers are meant to see her as a prime example of what a paladin shouldn't be, but by the time the Roy gives her first TheReasonYouSuckSpeech she hasn't exactly done anything wrong, except for being a bit rude to the party. A party which, in response, openly insulted her on multiple occasions, mooched her off despite having more than enough funds and, in case of V, ''[[DisproportionateRetribution attemted to cast fireball in her face]]''. And yet, Roy siding with her over the team is [[InformedWrongness portrayed]] as a testosteron-induced mistake. She becomes a bit more villainous after she kills Shojo, but even that was partially a result of Roy scheming alongside him and not bothering to explain the situation properly once it comes to light.

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* DesignatedVillain: [[ThePaladin Miko]] can sure look like this. Readers are meant to see her as a prime example of what a paladin shouldn't be, but by the time the Roy gives her first TheReasonYouSuckSpeech she hasn't exactly done anything wrong, except for being a bit rude to the party. A party which, in response, openly insulted her on multiple occasions, mooched her off despite having more than enough funds and, in case of V, ''[[DisproportionateRetribution attemted to cast fireball in her face]]''. And yet, Roy siding with her over the team is [[InformedWrongness portrayed]] as a testosteron-induced testosterone-induced mistake. She becomes a bit more villainous after she kills Shojo, but even that was partially a result of Roy scheming alongside him and not bothering to explain the situation properly once it comes to light.
29th Jan '18 5:53:20 AM Tharkun140
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* DesignatedVillain: [[ThePaladin Miko]] can sure look like this. Readers are meant to see her as a prime example of what a paladin shouldn't be, but by the time the Roy gives her first TheReasonYouSuckSpeech she hasn't exactly done anything wrong, except for being a bit rude to the party. A party which, in response, openly insulted her on multiple occasions, mooched her off despite having more than enough funds and, in case of V, ''[[DisproportionateRetribution attemted to cast fireball in her face]]''. And yet, Roy siding with her over the team is [[InformedWrongness portrayed]] as a testosteron-induced mistake. She becomes a bit more villainous after she kills Shojo, but even that was partially a result of Roy scheming alongside him and not bothering to explain the situation properly once it comes to light.
12th Dec '17 4:04:56 PM nighttrainfm
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** [[spoiler: Malack]] and the Magypr family from ''Discworld/CarpeJugulum.'' He, like them, tries to pass himself off as a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire, but rather than actually change his parasitic behaviour he simply hides it under a veneer of civility and impersonal IndustrializedEvil.

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** [[spoiler: Malack]] and the Magypr Magpyr family from ''Discworld/CarpeJugulum.'' He, like them, tries to pass himself off as a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire, but rather than actually change his parasitic behaviour behaviour, he simply hides it under a veneer of civility and impersonal IndustrializedEvil.
12th Dec '17 4:02:09 PM nighttrainfm
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** Elan and the MCU version of Peter Quill / Star-Lord. They're both pop-culture loving goofballs who finally get to meet their long-lost fathers, only to discover, after an initial HopeSpot, that said father is a self-serving murderer.

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** Elan and the MCU version of Peter Quill / Star-Lord. They're both pop-culture loving goofballs who finally get to meet their long-lost fathers, only to discover, after an initial HopeSpot, that said father is a self-serving murderer. murderer who is never, ever going to change.
12th Dec '17 4:01:38 PM nighttrainfm
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** [[spoiler: Malack]] and the Magypr family from ''Discworld/CarpeJugulum.'' He, like them, tries to pass himself off as a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire, but rather than actually change his parasitic behaviour he simply hides it under a veneer of civility and impersonal IndustrializedEvil.
12th Dec '17 4:00:07 PM nighttrainfm
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* CounterpartComparison: There are a lot of parallels to be drawn between Haley and [[Franchise/OnePiece Nami]].

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There are a lot of parallels to be drawn between Haley and [[Franchise/OnePiece Nami]].Nami]].
** Elan and the MCU version of Peter Quill / Star-Lord. They're both pop-culture loving goofballs who finally get to meet their long-lost fathers, only to discover, after an initial HopeSpot, that said father is a self-serving murderer.
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