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* TheHeavy: The antagonist that provides the most conflict in the story.

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* InsecureProtagonistArrogantAntagonist: A confident antagonist, contrasted with a more insecure protagonist.

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* TheAntagonist



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* AntagonistInMourning
* AntagonistTitle
* HeroAntagonist
* NoAntagonist

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* AntagonistInMourning
AntagonistInMourning: The antagonist mourns the protagonist's death.
* AntagonistTitle
AntagonistTitle: The work is named after the antagonist.
* HeroAntagonist
HeroAntagonist: The antagonist is a hero.
* NoAntagonistNoAntagonist: The work doesn't have an antagonist.



* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist

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* SympatheticInspectorAntagonistSympatheticInspectorAntagonist: The antagonist is a sympathetic cop trying to capture the VillainProtagonist.

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TheAntagonist is an {{Omnipresent Trope|s}} that is present in almost every story, and therefore has spawned lots of {{Sub Trope}}s.

See ProtagonistTropes for tropes about its opposite number.
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* AntagonistAbilities
* RivalryTropes
* {{Villains}}
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* AntagonistInMourning
* AntagonistTitle
* HeroAntagonist
* NoAntagonist
* RogueProtagonist: An old protagonist becomes the new antagonist in the sequel.
* SlidingScaleOfAntagonistVileness
* SympatheticInspectorAntagonist
* VillainAntagonist: An OmnipresentTrope in itself, and is why the {{Villains}} index is related to this.
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