10:16:08 AM Apr 14th 2018
Shouldn't Tyrion be an example of Create Your Own Hero? Daenerys isn't a villain and Cersei is, though on a lesser scale than Joffrey and the High Sparrow
04:25:09 PM Jul 26th 2017
The Tony Stark examples under MCU are getting a little hard to read. Maybe split them off from the rest? Or make an entire folder?
04:43:31 AM Feb 28th 2014
Real Life section removed per vote and discussion in Real Life section maintenance thread.
02:27:53 AM Feb 23rd 2014
- Yami Bakura from Yu-Gi-Oh! became Yami Yugi/Pharaon Atem's archnemesis after Yami Yugi in his past life in Ancient Egypt raided Yami Bakura's home village.
12:04:21 PM Jan 20th 2013
Is there an opposite trope to this one—a Create Your Own Hero, where the villain inadvertently creates his/her own nemesis?
07:48:13 AM Feb 8th 2013
You're right! It should have a more universal term. Maybe, "Make My Destroyer."
07:51:46 AM Feb 8th 2013
Nice Job Breaking It, Herod! covers part of it.
03:17:00 PM Nov 16th 2012
I think this trope may be in need of repair. There seem to be a lot of entries that are just the hero stopping a villain when they were small time and the villain swearing revenge rather than any malice or neglect on the part of the hero ultimately causing the villain to commit crimes.