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edited 29th Apr '16 10:03:05 AM by SeptimusHeap
- Since then, she has moved on to the Gears of War and Halo universes. Her first book for the latter, Halo: Glasslands was poorly received by the fandom for its demonization of Dr. Catherine Halsey. Traviss removed many of Halsey's positive traits, such as her guilt over the SPARTAN Program, and had most of her companions now hate her and constantly talk about how evil she is. In addition, Glassland's "good" characters were actually just as amoral as Halsey, causing severe Moral Myopia as they lectured her and heaped humiliating punishments. Thus the sequel book, Halo: The Thursday War, attempted several Authors Saving Throws to try to rectify the hypocrisy, and 343 Industries itself turned Glassland's protagonist into a Bigger Bad.
edited 9th Apr '13 5:47:03 PM by Tuckerscreator
edited 9th Apr '13 6:15:28 PM by Tuckerscreator
- In Game of Thrones, the eunuch spymaster Varys comes across as Ambiguously Gay, and because of a belief in this trope, some of the other characters at court like to insult him by intimating that he takes sexual advantage of the children who spy for him.
edited 9th Apr '13 8:39:04 PM by Hodor
- Draco in Leather Pants: Daisy Fitzroy, due to a combination of tragic backstory and completely understandable motives for destroying the Founders, not to mention a bit of The Revolution Will Not Be Vilified. A lot of people think comparing her to Comstock is massively unfair and reeks of white privilege. Please ignore that she's basically the leader of a movement that would make Bolsheviks blanch at their extremism, put out a hit on Booker because he being still alive complicated her PR campaign, and tried to kill a child for no reason other than her own prejudice...
- Resident Evil villains trend towards Tragic Monster, or simply being too inhuman to bother passing moral judgement on. There are two major exceptions.
- Albert Wesker, who has the worst case of Chronic Backstabbing Disorder in the entire series. In RE 1, he sets up his own team, the STARS, to be killed as test subjects for bio-organic weapons, then resurfaces in Code Veronica to make another attempt on the life of surviving member Chris Redfield. In Umbrella Chronicles he kills Sergei Vladimir in order to secure control of the Umbrella Corporation's data, and in RE 5 he really goes to town, killing Ozwell Spencer (his creator), transforming Excella Gionne (his girlfriend) into a mutated monster, and brainwashing Jill Valentine into fighting her partner, Chris, before trying to kill ninety percent of Earth's population with his new Ouroboros virus, all as part of a scheme to become god of a new world. And that's without getting into the revelations that he murdered his mentor Dr. Marcus (RE 0), or the expermients that he and William Birkin conducted on Lisa Trevor (REmake). Wesker's essentially ambition and treachery made manifest, all wrapped up in a trenchcoat and designer sunglasses.
- Alexia Ashford as presented in Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, where her love for her brother is no longer a part of her personality, the way it was in Code Veronica and her evil is cranked up a few notches higher. A Child Prodigy who joined the Umbrella Corporation at the age of twelve, Alexia was also an entitled sadist with a serious god complex. She aided her brother in murdering and experimenting on their father, tortured a classmate to death (and recorded the session) for being almost as smart as she was, and eventually injected herself with the T-Veronica virus, which she planned to use to Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence. Reawakened from cryogenic sleep in her twenties, Alexia kills her brother for not waking her up on time, transforms Claire Redfield's Love Interest, Steve Burnside into a monster and forces him to fight her to the death, and tries repeatedly to kill Chris and Claire for no other reason then their presence at her facility. She reveals that her plan is to infect the world with the T-Veronica virus, enslaving most of humanity to her will. When asked why, Alexia just gloats about how, as a superior speciment of humanity she deserves to be Queen.
edited 10th Apr '13 1:25:35 PM by AmbarSonofDeshar
edited 10th Apr '13 11:34:49 AM by Tuckerscreator
edited 10th Apr '13 6:54:32 AM by EarlOfSandvich
edited 10th Apr '13 12:09:36 PM by DJVinylScratch
- Jonah, a prophet chosen by God, proves to be a worse person than a group of pagan fishermen his folly endangers as well as the Assyrians he was sent to prophesy to. God uses this fact to highlight that just because the Israel has a special pact for him does not change the fact God is for all the people on Earth.
edited 10th Apr '13 5:42:16 PM by Nocturna
edited 11th Apr '13 6:59:22 PM by ZedOmega
edited 10th Apr '13 9:15:38 PM by JIKTV
edited 11th Apr '13 11:16:52 AM by EarlOfSandvich
- Anime and Manga
- Fan Works
- Nihilators from Brave New World
- The Horizon Corporation, the Federation Of The Stars, and Vasari from Friends of a Solar Empire
- The Sound Village from Naruto Vs Sasuke The Aftermath
- The Dominus Lords and the sellouts from Prophecies Of The Morphing Grid
- The Dark Young from The Stars Will Aid Their Escape
- Live-Action TV
- Tabletop Games
- The Dolfurynote from Mortasheen
edited 11th Apr '13 1:03:04 PM by randomtroper89
edited 11th Apr '13 4:47:26 PM by Midna