Main Jumping Offthe Slippery Slope Discussion

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06:38:33 PM Jun 11th 2014
The examples list needs to be cleaned up. Half of the "examples" are just somebody suddenly turning evil, not someone who may have had a point, suddenly turning evil and burying that point.
12:30:25 PM Feb 8th 2014
Removed this:

  • Chronos went from a harmless time-travelling collector careful not to upset the time stream to a gloating, monologuing, time-altering villain after a few days in a old West cell.

It was explained in episode that in actuality, Chronos had been imprisoned for at least 6 months, due to how the time tunnel worked. Add to that that his captor wasn't the nicest guy to begin with, and he had spent quite a while being berated by his wife, and you can see how he started to crack...
03:12:26 AM Jun 27th 2013
On the Supernatural example of Castiel in season6, it's more like Slowly Slipping Into Evil and not Jumping Off the Slippery Slope. Since he seems to be taking small steps rather than a sudden huge leap. Is it okay to change it? Thoughts?
05:23:36 PM Sep 3rd 2010
This trope description does not really help me in understanding what this trope is about. Could someone rewrite it for clarity?
08:46:48 AM Dec 9th 2015
A character in morally grey area suddenly becomes unquestionably evil.

Sorry for late reply.

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