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Maybe it's a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one's friends or organization. Or perhaps it's a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don't make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar (har) era spy fiction -- Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there's a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has "Frost" or "Winter" in their name, caution would be prudent.

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Maybe it's a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one's friends or organization. Or perhaps it's a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don't make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar UsefulNotes/ColdWar (har) era spy fiction -- Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there's a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has "Frost" or "Winter" in their name, caution would be prudent.


* ''Film/DieAnotherDay'': Miranda Frost betrays James Bond and MI6 after Graves bought her out with an Olympic gold medal.

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* ''Film/DieAnotherDay'': Miranda Frost betrays James Bond and MI6 [=MI6=] after Graves bought her out with an Olympic gold medal.

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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'' ''2'', where [[spoiler:Heat]] betrays the party.


Maybe it's a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one's friends or organization. Or perhaps it's a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don't make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar (har) era spy fiction - Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there's a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has "Frost" or "Winter" in their name, caution would be prudent.

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Maybe it's a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one's friends or organization. Or perhaps it's a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don't make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar (har) era spy fiction - -- Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there's a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has "Frost" or "Winter" in their name, caution would be prudent.




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So you\'re trying to [[FindingJudas find]] TheMole that you suspect is in your midst before he or she can stab you in the back. Perhaps you should start looking closely at Shifty Iceheart.

Maybe it\'s a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one\'s friends or organization. Or perhaps it\'s a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don\'t make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar (har) era spy fiction - Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there\'s a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has \"Frost\" or \"Winter\" in his or her name, caution would be prudent.

As a [[BetrayalTropes Betrayal Trope]], \'\'\'expect spoilers\'\'\'.

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So you\'re you're trying to [[FindingJudas find]] TheMole that you suspect is in your midst before he or she they can stab you in the back. Perhaps you should start looking closely at Shifty Iceheart.

Maybe it\'s it's a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one\'s one's friends or organization. Or perhaps it\'s it's a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don\'t don't make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar (har) era spy fiction - Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there\'s there's a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has \"Frost\" "Frost" or \"Winter\" "Winter" in his or her their name, caution would be prudent.

As a [[BetrayalTropes Betrayal Trope]], \'\'\'expect spoilers\'\'\'.
'''expect spoilers'''.



* \'\'Film/DieAnotherDay\'\': Miranda Frost betrays James Bond and MI6 after Graves bought her out with an Olympic gold medal.
* \'\'Film/TheNegotiator\'\': Commander Grant Frost is the one orchestrating the whole scheme that stole money from the orphan fund, murdered Danny Roman\'s partner Nathan Roenick when he found out, and framed Roman for it.
* \'\'Film/{{Salt}}\'\': The BigBad of the film (at least as far as we are shown) and the final sleeper agent Salt encounters is known as Secret Service Agent Ted Winter.

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* \'\'Film/DieAnotherDay\'\': ''Film/DieAnotherDay'': Miranda Frost betrays James Bond and MI6 after Graves bought her out with an Olympic gold medal.
* \'\'Film/TheNegotiator\'\': ''Film/TheNegotiator'': Commander Grant Frost is the one orchestrating the whole scheme that stole money from the orphan fund, murdered Danny Roman\'s Roman's partner Nathan Roenick when he found out, and framed Roman for it.
* \'\'Film/{{Salt}}\'\': ''Film/{{Salt}}'': The BigBad of the film (at least as far as we are shown) and the final sleeper agent Salt encounters is known as Secret Service Agent Ted Winter.



* In \'\'Literature/TheGraveyardBook\'\', the BigBad The Man Jack takes on the name \"Jay Frost\" when he\'s trying to exploit the main character.
* In \'\'Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire\'\', Jon Snow is sent far beyond the Wall to infiltrate the Wildlings, while [[spoiler:Reek manages to ingratiate himself into Theon Greyjoy\'s occupation of Winterfell before revealing himself as the Ramsay Snow, the bastard son of the Starks\' nominal ally Roose Bolton]].

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* In \'\'Literature/TheGraveyardBook\'\', ''Literature/TheGraveyardBook'', the BigBad The Man Jack takes on the name \"Jay Frost\" "Jay Frost" when he\'s he's trying to exploit the main character.
* In \'\'Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire\'\', Zigzagged in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', where Jon Snow is sent far beyond the Wall to infiltrate the Wildlings, Wildlings while [[spoiler:Reek manages to ingratiate himself into Theon Greyjoy\'s Greyjoy's occupation of Winterfell before revealing himself as the Ramsay Snow, the bastard son of the Starks\' Starks' nominal ally Roose Bolton]].



* \'\'[[VideoGame/MaxPayne Max Payne 2]]\'\': Detective Valerie Winterson, Max\'s colleague at his NYPD precinct, is in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: [[BigBadFriend Friend]] Vladimir Lem]] and attempts to kill him at the end of the second act.
* Subverted in \'\'VideoGame/SecondSight\'\', where [=WinterICE=] are the good guys and end up used as scapegoats by the villain [[spoiler: in the BadFuture]].

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* \'\'[[VideoGame/MaxPayne ''[[VideoGame/MaxPayne Max Payne 2]]\'\': 2]]'': Detective Valerie Winterson, Max\'s Max's colleague at his NYPD precinct, is in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: [[BigBadFriend Friend]] Vladimir Lem]] and attempts to kill him Max at the end of the second act.
* Subverted in \'\'VideoGame/SecondSight\'\', ''VideoGame/SecondSight'', where [=WinterICE=] are the good guys and end up used as scapegoats by the villain [[spoiler: in the BadFuture]].

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So you\'re trying to [[FindingJudas find]] TheMole that you suspect is in your midst before he or she can stab you in the back. Perhaps you should start looking closely at Shifty Iceheart.

Maybe it\'s a MeaningfulName, in the sense that the person has to have a cold heart in order to commit this kind of betrayal against one\'s friends or organization. Or perhaps it\'s a more subtle version of EvilIsDeathlyCold in works where outlandish ice outfits and frozen-over human skulls don\'t make sense. It might be a leftover from ColdWar (har) era spy fiction - Siberian winters and all that. In any case, if there\'s a molehunt about to go down and someone on your side has \"Frost\" or \"Winter\" in his or her name, caution would be prudent.

As a [[BetrayalTropes Betrayal Trope]], \'\'\'expect spoilers\'\'\'.

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* \'\'Film/DieAnotherDay\'\': Miranda Frost betrays James Bond and MI6 after Graves bought her out with an Olympic gold medal.
* \'\'Film/TheNegotiator\'\': Commander Grant Frost is the one orchestrating the whole scheme that stole money from the orphan fund, murdered Danny Roman\'s partner Nathan Roenick when he found out, and framed Roman for it.
* \'\'Film/{{Salt}}\'\': The BigBad of the film (at least as far as we are shown) and the final sleeper agent Salt encounters is known as Secret Service Agent Ted Winter.

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* In \'\'Literature/TheGraveyardBook\'\', the BigBad The Man Jack takes on the name \"Jay Frost\" when he\'s trying to exploit the main character.
* In \'\'Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire\'\', Jon Snow is sent far beyond the Wall to infiltrate the Wildlings, while [[spoiler:Reek manages to ingratiate himself into Theon Greyjoy\'s occupation of Winterfell before revealing himself as the Ramsay Snow, the bastard son of the Starks\' nominal ally Roose Bolton]].

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* \'\'[[VideoGame/MaxPayne Max Payne 2]]\'\': Detective Valerie Winterson, Max\'s colleague at his NYPD precinct, is in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: [[BigBadFriend Friend]] Vladimir Lem]] and attempts to kill him at the end of the second act.
* Subverted in \'\'VideoGame/SecondSight\'\', where [=WinterICE=] are the good guys and end up used as scapegoats by the villain [[spoiler: in the BadFuture]].

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