History Yandere / VideoGames

26th Jul '17 3:58:29 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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* [[spoiler:Penelope Mouse]] becomes this in ''VideoGame/SlyCooperThievesInTime''. [[spoiler:She's obsessed with money, and comes to believe that her boyfriend Bentley Turtle is not at his full potential because of his TrueCompanions Sly Cooper and Murray Hippo, and plots to murder them both to have Bentley (and his skills) to herself. She betrays the Cooper Gang to Le Paradox, tries to have Sly's ancestors erased from history, and when Bentley find out, he goes into a HeroicBSOD. But when he catches her trying to crush Sly's skull, he has enough, berates her for her idiocy and insanity, [[DisposableFiance and dumps her]]. [[IfICantHaveYou Penelope then tries to kill Bentley as well]].]]
22nd Jul '17 7:10:44 PM nmn3r3
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* A possible interpretation for [[spoiler: Arvis of Velthomer, then Emperor Arvis of Grandbell]] from the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' games. Granted, he ''was'' already pretty fucked up from childhood [[spoiler: due to being abandoned by his mother Cigyun when he was seven years old]], but the scene towards the end of the first part in which [[spoiler: he shows off his new wife Deirdre to ''her original husband'' Sigurd before pinning the crime of high treason on him ''and'' burning him to death with his Falaflame magical tome]] is pretty easy to interpretate as him being {{Yandere}} for her.

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* A possible interpretation for [[spoiler: Arvis of Velthomer, then Emperor Arvis of Grandbell]] from the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral'' games. Granted, he ''was'' already pretty fucked up from childhood [[spoiler: due to being abandoned by his mother Cigyun when he was seven years old]], but the scene towards the end of the first part in which [[spoiler: he shows off his new wife Deirdre Deirdre, whom he had [[HypnotizeThePrincess hypnotized]] into thinking he was her husband, to ''her original husband'' her ''original'' husband Sigurd before pinning the crime of high treason on him ''and'' burning him to death with his Falaflame Valflame magical tome]] is pretty easy to interpretate interpret as him being {{Yandere}} for her.
21st Jul '17 2:11:18 PM lexicon
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* ValkyrieProfile: Lezard Valeth is a truly impressive example, not just for a rare male Yandere, but for Yanderes in general. In the first game alone, [[MadScientist Lezard kills and experiments on countless elves]] to bind the Valkyrie, Lenneth, to a physical vessel, so that he can have her to himself. He also manipulates, blackmails, and/or kills anyone who might threaten his plans, or [[FateWorseThanDeath does even worse]].\\
Then Lezard [[UpToEleven kicks it up a notch]] in the sequel, where he goes back in time, abducts Lennethís sister and uses her power to defeat Odin, absorbs his power, and creates a twisted new reality. Lezard essentially rewrites reality, just to lure Lenneth to him so that he can combine their souls, becoming a single being more powerful than even Odin. But the real kicker? Lezardís infatuation is implied to have begun with a simple LoveAtFirstSight.
18th Jul '17 11:50:20 PM Scabbard
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* ValkyrieProfile: Lezard is a truly impressive example, not just for a rare male Yandere, but for Yanderes in general. This guy is so madly obsessed with the main character, Lenneth, his entire villainous scheme involves [[spoiler:rewriting reality so that he can claim her in the new existence]]. What's more impressive? He succeeds! At least until the sequel. Even more impressive is that unlike most male Yanderes, Lezard is just so magnificently evil that fans adore him for his villainy.



Then Lezard kicks it up a notch in the sequel, where he goes back in time, abducts Lennethís sister and uses her power to defeat Odin, absorbs his power, and creates a twisted new reality. Lezard essentially rewrites reality, just to lure Lenneth to him so that he can combine their souls, becoming a single being more powerful than even Odin. But the real kicker? Lezardís infatuation is implied to have begun with a simple LoveAtFirstSight.

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Then Lezard [[UpToEleven kicks it up a notch notch]] in the sequel, where he goes back in time, abducts Lennethís sister and uses her power to defeat Odin, absorbs his power, and creates a twisted new reality. Lezard essentially rewrites reality, just to lure Lenneth to him so that he can combine their souls, becoming a single being more powerful than even Odin. But the real kicker? Lezardís infatuation is implied to have begun with a simple LoveAtFirstSight.
18th Jul '17 11:48:43 PM Scabbard
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* ValkyrieChronicles: Lezard is a truly impressive example, not just for a rare male Yandere, but for Yanderes in general. This guy is so madly obsessed with the main character, Lenneth, his entire villainous scheme involves [[spoiler:rewriting reality so that he can claim her in the new existence]]. What's more impressive? He succeeds! At least until the sequel. Even more impressive is that unlike most male Yanderes, Lezard is just so magnificently evil that fans adore him for his villainy.

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* ValkyrieChronicles: ValkyrieProfile: Lezard is a truly impressive example, not just for a rare male Yandere, but for Yanderes in general. This guy is so madly obsessed with the main character, Lenneth, his entire villainous scheme involves [[spoiler:rewriting reality so that he can claim her in the new existence]]. What's more impressive? He succeeds! At least until the sequel. Even more impressive is that unlike most male Yanderes, Lezard is just so magnificently evil that fans adore him for his villainy.villainy.
* ValkyrieProfile: Lezard Valeth is a truly impressive example, not just for a rare male Yandere, but for Yanderes in general. In the first game alone, [[MadScientist Lezard kills and experiments on countless elves]] to bind the Valkyrie, Lenneth, to a physical vessel, so that he can have her to himself. He also manipulates, blackmails, and/or kills anyone who might threaten his plans, or [[FateWorseThanDeath does even worse]].\\
Then Lezard kicks it up a notch in the sequel, where he goes back in time, abducts Lennethís sister and uses her power to defeat Odin, absorbs his power, and creates a twisted new reality. Lezard essentially rewrites reality, just to lure Lenneth to him so that he can combine their souls, becoming a single being more powerful than even Odin. But the real kicker? Lezardís infatuation is implied to have begun with a simple LoveAtFirstSight.
18th Jul '17 5:30:39 PM Scabbard
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* ValkyrieChronicles: Lezard is a truly impressive example, not just for a rare male Yandere, but for Yanderes in general. This guy is so madly obsessed with the main character, Lenneth, his entire villainous scheme involves [[spoiler:rewriting reality so that he can claim her in the new existence]]. What's more impressive? He succeeds! At least until the sequel. Even more impressive is that unlike most male Yanderes, Lezard is just so magnificently evil that fans adore him for his villainy.
6th Jul '17 5:45:33 PM nombretomado
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* Another male example is Anton Herzen from ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox''. He waited years in a mansion for the return of his fiancée and [[spoiler:when he finally sees someone who looks exactly like her ([[IdenticalGrandson for good reason]]), he goes completely mad and tries to ''kill'' Layton because he thinks his long-awaited fiancée has been cheating on him]]. He got better, thankfully.

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* Another male example is Anton Herzen from ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox''.''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheDiabolicalBox''. He waited years in a mansion for the return of his fiancée and [[spoiler:when he finally sees someone who looks exactly like her ([[IdenticalGrandson for good reason]]), he goes completely mad and tries to ''kill'' Layton because he thinks his long-awaited fiancée has been cheating on him]]. He got better, thankfully.
6th Jun '17 7:19:24 PM Argon2
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** Sephiroth and the Remnants are this toward their "mother" Jenova (who isn't actually their mother). They are ready to kill in order to be reunited with their mother. Knowing that Jenova is not human, and looks like a shattered corpse, that is very disturbing.

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** Sephiroth and the Remnants are this toward their "mother" Jenova (who isn't actually their mother). Jenova. They are ready to kill in order to be reunited with their mother. Knowing that her. Since Jenova is not human, and looks like a shattered corpse, that is very disturbing.



* Kimmy Howell in ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle''. She's a bit more up front than most Yandere, though; she's a FanGirl of the main character, and cheerfully explains [[ObsessiveLoveLetter in a love letter]] that she's going to make sure he never dates another woman [[IfICantHaveYou by killing him and taking his head as a trophy]].

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** Similarly, the culprit of ''The Captive Curse'' is motivated by h[[spoiler:er]] greedy spite. When [[spoiler:Anja]]'s relationship ended badly, [[spoiler:she]] decided to ruin her ex's life. Starting by kidnapping and murdering the customers of his business.
-->"I don't ''want'' him back. I want him ''ruined''!"
* Kimmy Howell in ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle''. She's a bit more up front upfront than most Yandere, though; she's a FanGirl of the main character, and cheerfully explains [[ObsessiveLoveLetter in a love letter]] that she's going to make sure he never dates another woman [[IfICantHaveYou by killing him and taking his head as a trophy]].



* Lezard Valeth from ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile''. When he first meet him, [[spoiler: he kidnaps an elf girl who kill her and intertwine her genetic make-up with a human girl's to create a half-elf vessel for the [[LadyOfWar main character]], then uses his former teacher and her husband as bait by [[BodyHorror transforming the man into a monster]] and have him kill his wife. Then in the second game, he time travels and wreaks havoc with the timeline, kills so many people that it borders on genecide, and all just to get into Lenneth's panties]].
** No question, he's completely insane. But there's absolutely no point that he genuinely appears nice [[spoiler:faking it during Silmeria doesn't count]]. StalkerWithACrush to the Nth degree, but {{Yandere}} could be considered a stretch.
20th May '17 2:17:50 PM nombretomado
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* Lezard Valeth from ''ValkyrieProfile''. When he first meet him, [[spoiler: he kidnaps an elf girl who kill her and intertwine her genetic make-up with a human girl's to create a half-elf vessel for the [[LadyOfWar main character]], then uses his former teacher and her husband as bait by [[BodyHorror transforming the man into a monster]] and have him kill his wife. Then in the second game, he time travels and wreaks havoc with the timeline, kills so many people that it borders on genecide, and all just to get into Lenneth's panties]].

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* Lezard Valeth from ''ValkyrieProfile''.''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile''. When he first meet him, [[spoiler: he kidnaps an elf girl who kill her and intertwine her genetic make-up with a human girl's to create a half-elf vessel for the [[LadyOfWar main character]], then uses his former teacher and her husband as bait by [[BodyHorror transforming the man into a monster]] and have him kill his wife. Then in the second game, he time travels and wreaks havoc with the timeline, kills so many people that it borders on genecide, and all just to get into Lenneth's panties]].
16th May '17 6:07:42 PM nombretomado
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* Bloody Mary from ''TwistedMetal: Black''. What's interesting is she doesn't have a specific love, but desperately wants a husband. And by desperate, I mean she stabbed her friend in the stomach on her friend's wedding day, then put on her wedding dress and kept it on for two years, bloodstains and all. She's in the contest to get her dream husband, but when he tells her he'll never love her (despite being lobotomized by Calypso), she goes AxCrazy on him, then drives into the sunset to look for her Mr. Right, "even if she has to go through each and every man, one at a time."

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* Bloody Mary from ''TwistedMetal: Black''.''VideoGame/TwistedMetalBlack''. What's interesting is she doesn't have a specific love, but desperately wants a husband. And by desperate, I mean she stabbed her friend in the stomach on her friend's wedding day, then put on her wedding dress and kept it on for two years, bloodstains and all. She's in the contest to get her dream husband, but when he tells her he'll never love her (despite being lobotomized by Calypso), she goes AxCrazy on him, then drives into the sunset to look for her Mr. Right, "even if she has to go through each and every man, one at a time."
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