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* In ''LightNovel/DanganronpaZero'', Yasuke Matsuda is this to [[VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}} Kyouko Kirigiri]]. Both are brilliant, aloof love interests to their respective protagonists, but Yasuke sacrificed ''everything''- his morals, pride, and [[spoiler:life]]- because he was so dependent on Junko's [[DestructiveRomance love]]. They've never met, but he is what she [[DefrostingIceQueen fears becoming]]. [[spoiler:In the bad ending, Kyouko dies the same way he did.]]

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* In ''LightNovel/DanganronpaZero'', Yasuke Matsuda is this to [[VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}} [[VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc Kyouko Kirigiri]]. Both are brilliant, aloof love interests to their respective protagonists, but Yasuke sacrificed ''everything''- his morals, pride, and [[spoiler:life]]- because he was so dependent on Junko's [[DestructiveRomance love]]. They've never met, but he is what she [[DefrostingIceQueen fears becoming]]. [[spoiler:In the bad ending, Kyouko dies the same way he did.]]


* From ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] is the evil counterpart to [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]], despite the fact that they haven't even met yet.[[labelnote:*]]"Though an upcoming confrontation between the two has been [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]]."[[/labelnote]] Both of them are the noble-born illegitimate sons of powerful Northern lords, but while Jon is one of the most overtly [[HeroicBastard heroic]] characters in the series and strives to do the right thing, trying to protect people, Ramsay is one of the most [[BastardBastard depraved monsters]] in the series who overtly enjoying torturing and mutilating people. Where Jon accepts his illegitimate status and points it out himself when trying to convince his father to allow his trueborn siblings to keep the direwolf pups, Ramsay frequently forces people to refer to him as Lord Bolton's "trueborn heir," refusing to acknowledge his status as a bastard son. Finally, after [[spoiler:his brother Robb's death]], Jon rejects the chance to be legitimized out of loyalty to his father's gods, duty to the Night's Watch, and he defends his sister's claim on Winterfell. Ramsay, on the other hand, immediately jumps at the chance to be legitimized as a Bolton, pretends he was never anything but that, [[spoiler:rejects his duty to his lord and murders his way to become his fatherís only heir]].

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* From ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] is the evil counterpart to [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]], despite the fact that they haven't even met yet.[[labelnote:*]]"Though an upcoming confrontation between the two has been [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]]."[[/labelnote]] Both of them are the noble-born illegitimate sons of powerful Northern lords, but while Jon is one of the most overtly [[HeroicBastard heroic]] characters in the series and strives to do the right thing, trying to protect people, Ramsay is one of the most [[BastardBastard depraved monsters]] in the series who overtly enjoying enjoys torturing and mutilating people. Where Jon accepts his illegitimate status and points it out himself when trying to convince his father to allow his trueborn siblings to keep the direwolf pups, Ramsay frequently forces people to refer to him as Lord Bolton's "trueborn heir," refusing to acknowledge his status as a bastard son. Finally, after [[spoiler:his brother Robb's death]], Jon rejects the chance to be legitimized out of loyalty to his father's gods, duty to the Night's Watch, and he defends his sister's claim on Winterfell. Ramsay, on the other hand, immediately jumps at the chance to be legitimized as a Bolton, pretends he was never anything but that, [[spoiler:rejects his duty to his lord and murders his way to become his fatherís only heir]].


* From ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] is the evil counterpart to [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]], despite the fact that they haven't even met yet[[labelnote:*]]"Though an upcoming confrontation between the two has been [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]]."[[/labelnote]]. Both of them are the noble-born illegitimate sons of powerful Northern lords, but while Jon is one of the most overtly [[HeroicBastard heroic]] characters in the series and is honorable, dutiful, and compassionate, Ramsay is one of the most [[BastardBastard depraved monsters]] in the series, overtly enjoying torturing and mutilating people. Jon works to protect and save people; Ramsay enjoys murdering and flaying people. Also, while Jon accepts his illegitimate status and adopts Tyrion's policy of accepting it so people can't use it to hurt him, Ramsay frequently forces people to refer to him as Lord Bolton's "trueborn heir," refusing to acknowledge his status as a bastard son. Finally, after [[spoiler:his brother Robb's death]], Jon rejects the chance to be legitimized out of consideration for his siblingsí claims on Winterfell and out of his duty to the Nightís Watch. Ramsay, on the other hand, immediately jumps at the chance legitimized as a Bolton, pretends he was never anything but that, [[spoiler:rejects his duty to his lord and murders his way to become his fatherís only heir]].

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* From ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] is the evil counterpart to [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]], despite the fact that they haven't even met yet[[labelnote:*]]"Though yet.[[labelnote:*]]"Though an upcoming confrontation between the two has been [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowed]]."[[/labelnote]]. "[[/labelnote]] Both of them are the noble-born illegitimate sons of powerful Northern lords, but while Jon is one of the most overtly [[HeroicBastard heroic]] characters in the series and is honorable, dutiful, and compassionate, strives to do the right thing, trying to protect people, Ramsay is one of the most [[BastardBastard depraved monsters]] in the series, series who overtly enjoying torturing and mutilating people. Jon works to protect and save people; Ramsay enjoys murdering and flaying people. Also, while Where Jon accepts his illegitimate status and adopts Tyrion's policy of accepting points it so people can't use it out himself when trying to hurt him, convince his father to allow his trueborn siblings to keep the direwolf pups, Ramsay frequently forces people to refer to him as Lord Bolton's "trueborn heir," refusing to acknowledge his status as a bastard son. Finally, after [[spoiler:his brother Robb's death]], Jon rejects the chance to be legitimized out of consideration for loyalty to his siblingsí claims on Winterfell and out of his father's gods, duty to the Nightís Watch. Night's Watch, and he defends his sister's claim on Winterfell. Ramsay, on the other hand, immediately jumps at the chance to be legitimized as a Bolton, pretends he was never anything but that, [[spoiler:rejects his duty to his lord and murders his way to become his fatherís only heir]].



* ''Literature/TheBlackIce'': Cal Moore is the Evil Counterpart to protagonist detective Literature/HarryBosch. Both were illegitimate children who weren't recognized by their rich, successful fathers. Both became LAPD cops. While Bosch eventually forgave his father, and became dedicated to justice, Cal Moore turned bitter and became a murderous drug lord.

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* ''Literature/TheBlackIce'': Cal Moore is the Evil Counterpart to protagonist detective Literature/HarryBosch. Both were illegitimate children who weren't recognized by their rich, successful fathers. Both became LAPD cops. While Bosch eventually forgave his father, father and became dedicated to justice, Cal Moore turned bitter and became a murderous drug lord.



** Renn would like to say she's nothing like Seshru the Viper Mage, but there's undeniable similarities. They are both clever and secretive like their clan totems (raven and viper), have powerful potential in Magecraft and are willing to go against the clans' laws to achieve their goals. Renn's goals are just [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight far less evil and selfish]] than those of Seshru. In the book that follows Seshru's death, Renn has to resort to lying in order to survive. While doing that, she doesn't fail to note how similar to Seshru's modus operandi that is. Also, while Seshru is older than Renn, they are both the only women [[TheHero Torak]] feels attraction towards. [[spoiler:Since Seshru is Renn's mother, the similarities aren't that surprising.]]
** [[BigBad Eostra the Eagle Owl Mage]] is this to the mad outcast calling himself the Walker [[spoiler:who's actually the former Otter Mage Narrander]]. They are both outwardly cadaverous, [[ThirdPersonPerson refer to themselves in the third person]] and display mental illness. The [[GrumpyOldMan constantly irritant]] Walker can come off as threatening, but he's ultimately harmless as long as he's left alone and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold will help those who help him]]. Eostra in turn is unquestionably soulless and wants to oppress everyone and everything. The Walker keeps little animals as pets and treats them affectionately, while [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Eostra has corrupted her eagle owl and a pack of dogs from the final book into monstrous minions she cares nothing about]]. [[spoiler:Both are rather powerful for mages, with the Walker having some kind of a connection with [[TheFairFolk the Hidden People]] and Eostra being a {{necromancer}}. By the end of the series, they are all that's left of the seven Soul Eaters until the Walker kills Eostra.]]

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** Renn would like to say she's nothing like Seshru the Viper Mage, but there's there are undeniable similarities. They are both clever and secretive like their clan totems (raven and viper), have powerful potential in Magecraft and are willing to go against the clans' laws to achieve their goals. Renn's goals are just [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight far less evil and selfish]] than those of Seshru. In the book that follows Seshru's death, Renn has to resort to lying in order to survive. While doing that, she doesn't fail to note how similar to Seshru's modus operandi that is. Also, while Seshru is older than Renn, they are both the only women [[TheHero Torak]] feels attraction towards. [[spoiler:Since Seshru is Renn's mother, the similarities aren't that surprising.]]
** [[BigBad Eostra the Eagle Owl Mage]] is this to the mad outcast calling himself the Walker [[spoiler:who's actually the former Otter Mage Narrander]]. They are both outwardly cadaverous, [[ThirdPersonPerson refer to themselves in the third person]] and display mental illness. The [[GrumpyOldMan constantly irritant]] Walker can come off as threatening, but he's ultimately harmless as long as he's left alone and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold will help those who help him]]. Eostra Eostra, in turn turn, is unquestionably soulless and wants to oppress everyone and everything. The Walker keeps little animals as pets and treats them affectionately, while [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Eostra has corrupted her eagle owl and a pack of dogs from the final book into monstrous minions she cares nothing about]]. [[spoiler:Both are rather powerful for mages, with the Walker having some kind of a connection with [[TheFairFolk the Hidden People]] and Eostra being a {{necromancer}}. By the end of the series, they are all that's left of the seven Soul Eaters until the Walker kills Eostra.]]

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* ''Literature/CaptainUnderpants'' had at least three evil counterparts:
** The first book had an evil inventor called Dr. Diaper. Just as the Captain always wore only underwear, the Doctor always wore only a diaper.
** The fifth book had Wedgie Woman. She started out at a villain created for a Captain Underpants comic book, in which she was George and Harold's teacher, Ms. Ribble, who had been reincarnated as a supervillain. Both she and the Captain were brought to life by George and Harold hypnotizing a member of the school staff: Mr. Krupp was hypnotized into becoming Captain Underpants as a joke, while Ms. Ribble was hypnotized into ''not'' becoming Wedgie Woman as an attempted HeelFaceBrainwashing, but she ''did'' become Wedgie Woman because the hypno-ring does the exact opposite of what it is supposed to do when used on a female.
** The eighth book had Captain Blunderpants, and it also gave George and Harold evil counterparts. George and Harold find themselves in a universe where everyone has the exact opposite personality as in George and Harold's universe. The evil counterparts of George and Harold hypnotized there friendly principal, Mr. Krupp, into becoming a supervillain called Captain Blunderpants.


* Variation in ''Literature/TheColdfireTrilogy''. [[EvilOverlord The Undying Prince]] is presented as a dark twin of one of the two main characters, Gerald Tarrant. However, Tarrant himself is at that point in the series either a SociopathicHero or outright VillainProtagonist, depending on interpretation, so the Prince is less his ''evil'' counterpart and more his ''evil-er'' counterpart.

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* Variation in ''Literature/TheColdfireTrilogy''.the ''Literature/ColdfireTrilogy''. [[EvilOverlord The Undying Prince]] is presented as a dark twin of one of the two main characters, Gerald Tarrant. However, Tarrant himself is at that point in the series either a SociopathicHero or outright VillainProtagonist, depending on interpretation, so the Prince is less his ''evil'' counterpart and more his ''evil-er'' counterpart.


* In ''LightNovel/DanganronpaZero'', Yasuke is this to [[VideoGame/{{Danganronpa}} Kyouko]]. Both are brilliant, aloof love interests to their respective protagonists, but Yasuke sacrificed ''everything''- his morals, pride, and [[spoiler:life]]- because he was so dependent on Junko's [[DestructiveRomance love]]. They've never met, but he is what she [[DefrostingIceQueen fears becoming]]. [[spoiler:In the bad ending, Kyouko dies the same way he did.]]

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* In ''LightNovel/DanganronpaZero'', Yasuke Matsuda is this to [[VideoGame/{{Danganronpa}} Kyouko]].[[VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}} Kyouko Kirigiri]]. Both are brilliant, aloof love interests to their respective protagonists, but Yasuke sacrificed ''everything''- his morals, pride, and [[spoiler:life]]- because he was so dependent on Junko's [[DestructiveRomance love]]. They've never met, but he is what she [[DefrostingIceQueen fears becoming]]. [[spoiler:In the bad ending, Kyouko dies the same way he did.]]


** A mild one, but Firestar and Needletail (who is more antagonistic than villainous). Both learn of Clan traditions and disagree with some of them, but Firestar ultimately respects these traditions and works hard to become a warrior, while Needletail scoffs at the traditions and helps rebel against Rowanstar.

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** A mild one, but Firestar and Needletail (who is more antagonistic than villainous). Both learn of Clan traditions and disagree with some of them, but them. But Firestar ultimately respects these traditions (even if he disagrees with some parts of the warrior code and thus tries something different) and works hard to become a warrior, while Needletail scoffs at the traditions and helps rebel against Rowanstar.Darktail and his Kin overthrow Rowanstar and take over [=ShadowClan=].


** [[StarterVillain The Crippled Wanderer]] (alias [[spoiler:Tenris the Seal Mage]]) is revealed to be this to two characters:[[PosthumousCharacter Torak's late father]] [[spoiler:([[CainAndAbel his younger brother]])]] and [[MentorArchetype Fin-Kedinn]] [[spoiler:(his childhood friend)]].

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** [[StarterVillain The Crippled Wanderer]] (alias [[spoiler:Tenris the Seal Mage]]) is revealed to be this to two characters:[[PosthumousCharacter characters: [[PosthumousCharacter Torak's late father]] [[spoiler:([[CainAndAbel his younger brother]])]] and [[MentorArchetype Fin-Kedinn]] [[spoiler:(his childhood friend)]].



*** Like Fin-Kedinn, [[spoiler:Tenris is a highly influential man in his clan and the region they live in, even though they're scarred/injured. While Tenris plays nice with Torak, the boy considers him to be a more friendly and less distant Fin-Kedinn, but he's ultimately proven to be much more heartless and dishonorable than the [[TheStoic stoical]] Raven Clan chief]].

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*** Like Fin-Kedinn, [[spoiler:Tenris is a highly influential man in his clan and the region they live in, even though they're scarred/injured. While Tenris plays nice with Torak, the boy considers him to be a more friendly and less distant Fin-Kedinn, but he's ultimately proven to be much more heartless and dishonorable than the [[TheStoic stoical]] Raven Clan chief]]. chief. Both of them have lost a brother, but while Fin-Kedinn [[ParentalSubstitute takes care of his brother's children]] and eventually adopts Torak as his foster-son, Tenris tries to kill for power his nephew Torak whose father he indirectly killed]].


** [[StarterVillain The Crippled Wanderer]] (alias [[spoiler:Tenris the Seal Mage]]) is revealed to be this to two characters:[[PosthumousCharacter Torak's late father]] [[spoiler:([[CainAndAbel his younger brother]])]] and [[MentorArchetype Fin-Kedinn]] [[spoiler:(his childhood friend)]]. Like Torak's father, he was devoted to Magecraft in his childhood, but while Torak's father wanted to learn about the world and help people with his talents, [[spoiler:Tenris]] has [[AmbitionIsEvil always wanted power to dominate others more than anything]]. Both of them are also skilled in remaining beneath notice and covering their tracks. Like Fin-Kedinn, [[spoiler:Tenris is a highly influential man in his clan and the region they live in, even though they're scarred/injured. While Tenris plays nice with Torak, the boy considers him to be a more friendly and less distant Fin-Kedinn, but he's ultimately proven to be much more heartless and dishonorable than the [[TheStoic stoical]] Raven Clan chief]].

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** [[StarterVillain The Crippled Wanderer]] (alias [[spoiler:Tenris the Seal Mage]]) is revealed to be this to two characters:[[PosthumousCharacter Torak's late father]] [[spoiler:([[CainAndAbel his younger brother]])]] and [[MentorArchetype Fin-Kedinn]] [[spoiler:(his childhood friend)]].
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Like Torak's father, he [[spoiler:Tenris]] was devoted to Magecraft in his childhood, but while Torak's father wanted to learn about the world and help people with his talents, [[spoiler:Tenris]] has [[AmbitionIsEvil always wanted power to dominate others more than anything]].anything]]. These opposing motives were their reasons to [[spoiler:join the Healers (the future Soul Eaters)]]. Both of them are also skilled in remaining beneath notice and covering their tracks.
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Like Fin-Kedinn, [[spoiler:Tenris is a highly influential man in his clan and the region they live in, even though they're scarred/injured. While Tenris plays nice with Torak, the boy considers him to be a more friendly and less distant Fin-Kedinn, but he's ultimately proven to be much more heartless and dishonorable than the [[TheStoic stoical]] Raven Clan chief]].


* In ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfAncientDarkness'', Renn would like to say she's nothing like Seshru the Viper Mage, but there's undeniable similarities. They are both clever and secretive like their clan totems (raven and viper), have powerful potential in Magecraft and are willing to go against the clans' laws to achieve their goals. Renn's goals are just [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight far less evil and selfish]] than those of Seshru. In the book that follows Seshru's death, Renn has to resort to lying in order to survive. While doing that, she doesn't fail to note how similar to Seshru's modus operandi that is. Also, while Seshru is older than Renn, they are both the only women [[TheHero Torak]] feels attraction towards. [[spoiler:Since Seshru is Renn's mother, the similarities aren't that surprising.]]

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Renn would like to say she's nothing like Seshru the Viper Mage, but there's undeniable similarities. They are both clever and secretive like their clan totems (raven and viper), have powerful potential in Magecraft and are willing to go against the clans' laws to achieve their goals. Renn's goals are just [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight far less evil and selfish]] than those of Seshru. In the book that follows Seshru's death, Renn has to resort to lying in order to survive. While doing that, she doesn't fail to note how similar to Seshru's modus operandi that is. Also, while Seshru is older than Renn, they are both the only women [[TheHero Torak]] feels attraction towards. [[spoiler:Since Seshru is Renn's mother, the similarities aren't that surprising.]]


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** [[StarterVillain The Crippled Wanderer]] (alias [[spoiler:Tenris the Seal Mage]]) is revealed to be this to two characters:[[PosthumousCharacter Torak's late father]] [[spoiler:([[CainAndAbel his younger brother]])]] and [[MentorArchetype Fin-Kedinn]] [[spoiler:(his childhood friend)]]. Like Torak's father, he was devoted to Magecraft in his childhood, but while Torak's father wanted to learn about the world and help people with his talents, [[spoiler:Tenris]] has [[AmbitionIsEvil always wanted power to dominate others more than anything]]. Both of them are also skilled in remaining beneath notice and covering their tracks. Like Fin-Kedinn, [[spoiler:Tenris is a highly influential man in his clan and the region they live in, even though they're scarred/injured. While Tenris plays nice with Torak, the boy considers him to be a more friendly and less distant Fin-Kedinn, but he's ultimately proven to be much more heartless and dishonorable than the [[TheStoic stoical]] Raven Clan chief]].

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* [[spoiler: Subverted in]] Literature/DiaryOfAWimpyKid: The Long Haul. When Greg Heffley and his family go on a road trip, they keep running into a family that Greg calls "the Beardos." Not only do the Beardos stay at the same hotels and visit the same attractions as the Heffleys, both families have one mother, one father, and three boys. [[spoiler: When the Heffleys visit a water park and the key to their locker goes missing, they think it is number 929, but when the manager unlocks the locker with the master key, the locker is empty and they suspect the Beardos stole their cell phones and credit cards. The subversion comes when Greg finds out that the key was in a pair of his shorts, and the locker was really 292, [[GoodAllAlong so the Beardos were just a normal family trying to enjoy their vacation, just like the Heffleys.]]]] [[AdaptationalVillainy Played straight in the movie however.]]


* R.A. Salvatore feels the need to state that Artemis Entreri is [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt Drizzt]]'s "dark mirror" every time the two meet.

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* R.A. Salvatore Creator/RASalvatore feels the need to state that Artemis Entreri is [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt Drizzt]]'s "dark mirror" every time the two meet.

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** A mild one, but Firestar and Needletail (who is more antagonistic than villainous). Both learn of Clan traditions and disagree with some of them, but Firestar ultimately respects these traditions and works hard to become a warrior, while Needletail scoffs at the traditions and helps rebel against Rowanstar.


** [[BigBad Eostra the Eagle Owl Mage]] is this to the mad outcast calling himself the Walker [[spoiler:who's actually the former Otter Mage Narrander]]. They are both outwardly cadaverous, [[ThirdPersonPerson refer to themselves in the third person]] and display mental illness. The [[GrumyOldMan constantly irritant]] Walker can come off as threatening, but he's ultimately harmless as long as he's left alone and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold will help those who help him]]. Eostra in turn is unquestionably soulless and wants to oppress everyone and everything. The Walker keeps little animals as pets and treats them affectionately, while [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Eostra has corrupted her eagle owl and a pack of dogs from the final book into monstrous minions she cares nothing about]]. [[spoiler:Both are rather powerful for mages, with the Walker having some kind of a connection with [[TheFairFolk the Hidden People]] and Eostra being a {{necromancer}}. By the end of the series, they are all that's left of the seven Soul Eaters until the Walker kills Eostra.]]

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** [[BigBad Eostra the Eagle Owl Mage]] is this to the mad outcast calling himself the Walker [[spoiler:who's actually the former Otter Mage Narrander]]. They are both outwardly cadaverous, [[ThirdPersonPerson refer to themselves in the third person]] and display mental illness. The [[GrumyOldMan [[GrumpyOldMan constantly irritant]] Walker can come off as threatening, but he's ultimately harmless as long as he's left alone and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold will help those who help him]]. Eostra in turn is unquestionably soulless and wants to oppress everyone and everything. The Walker keeps little animals as pets and treats them affectionately, while [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Eostra has corrupted her eagle owl and a pack of dogs from the final book into monstrous minions she cares nothing about]]. [[spoiler:Both are rather powerful for mages, with the Walker having some kind of a connection with [[TheFairFolk the Hidden People]] and Eostra being a {{necromancer}}. By the end of the series, they are all that's left of the seven Soul Eaters until the Walker kills Eostra.]]

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** [[BigBad Eostra the Eagle Owl Mage]] is this to the mad outcast calling himself the Walker [[spoiler:who's actually the former Otter Mage Narrander]]. They are both outwardly cadaverous, [[ThirdPersonPerson refer to themselves in the third person]] and display mental illness. The [[GrumyOldMan constantly irritant]] Walker can come off as threatening, but he's ultimately harmless as long as he's left alone and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold will help those who help him]]. Eostra in turn is unquestionably soulless and wants to oppress everyone and everything. The Walker keeps little animals as pets and treats them affectionately, while [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals Eostra has corrupted her eagle owl and a pack of dogs from the final book into monstrous minions she cares nothing about]]. [[spoiler:Both are rather powerful for mages, with the Walker having some kind of a connection with [[TheFairFolk the Hidden People]] and Eostra being a {{necromancer}}. By the end of the series, they are all that's left of the seven Soul Eaters until the Walker kills Eostra.]]

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