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* Creator/RobertAHeinlein wrote a few characters like this, perhaps most notably Lazarus Long. In ''Literature/TimeEnoughForLove'', Long notes that a ''straight'' lie is bereft of artistry, and that there are only two ways to lie artfully: to tell the truth, but not all of it, or to [[SarcasticConfession tell the whole truth in a way that won't be believed.]] That having been said, he doesn't hesitate to layer on the bovine fecal matter when the situation calls for it.

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* Lila from ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' is one of these. In her first appearance alone, she successfully manages to convince the class that she's traveled around the world and met various celebrities, and is able to convince Adrien that she's descended from a fox-themed heroine (aided by a necklace that looks very similar to the actual Fox Miraculous).


* One that may not be immediately obvious: [[spoiler:Joshua]] from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' can be scanned [[spoiler:as he's playing from the RG, but you're always somehow blocked out of his memory of what really happened until TheReveal.]]

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* One that may not be immediately obvious: [[spoiler:Joshua]] from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' can be scanned [[spoiler:as he's playing from the RG, RealGround (living world), but you're always somehow blocked out of his memory of what really happened until TheReveal.]]

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* As mentioned above, the Aes Sedai from ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''. They're magically oathbound to speak no word that is untrue, but they've gotten so good at telling half-truths, exploiting ExactWords and lying by omission that nobody trusts them.


** Celestia Ludenberg [[spoiler: or Taeko Yasuhiro]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' is this, as the Ultimate Gambler with the nickname "Queen of Liars". [[spoiler: This leads to her managing to manipulate Yamada into killing Ishida before killing him herself, and very almost escape being caught. It was only a small verbal slip picked up by Naegi that turned the case against her.]]

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** Celestia Ludenberg [[spoiler: or Taeko Yasuhiro]] from ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc'' is this, as the Ultimate Gambler with the nickname "Queen of Liars". [[spoiler: This leads to her managing to manipulate Yamada into killing Ishida before killing him herself, and very almost escape being caught. It was only a small verbal slip picked up by Naegi that turned the case against her.]]

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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has a couple of variants. Clint, Natasha, Loki, Odin, and Bucky are also examples of the classic Consummate Liar version, while Harry also becomes one with time (which thoroughly unnerves him). Additionally, the Fae, being physically unable to lie, are masters of [[MetaphoricallyTrue the Truth Twister variant]], but [[MagnificentBastard Doctor Strange]], also famous for never lying, leaves them all in the dust.

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* Xigbar of ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' is a master at deception akin to Revolver Ocelot above, deceiving ''everybody'' for the sake of his own plans. He even managed to pull the wool over the eyes of ''somebody possessing his body''.


* Rashmika Els from ''[[Literature/RevelationSpaceSeries Absolution Gap]]'' by Creator/AlastairReynolds manages to be both a Consummate Liar and a LivingLieDetector, by being instinctively aware of how subconscious facial tics correlate with truth-telling.

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* Rashmika Els from ''[[Literature/RevelationSpaceSeries Absolution Gap]]'' by Creator/AlastairReynolds There's a short story where a young boy signs a [[DealWithTheDevil contract with the Devil]] in order to become the greatest liar in the world. The boy then manages to be both a Consummate Liar invalidate the contract on the grounds that he is illiterate. The Devil leaves, defeated, and a LivingLieDetector, by being instinctively aware of how subconscious facial tics correlate with truth-telling.the boy casually demonstrates his ability to write.
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* P.C. Hodgell's ''Literature/ChroniclesOfTheKencyrath'': The Kencyr consider lying to be extremely dishonorable and thus are known for their honesty; this rigid code of honor forces the protagonist to be very creative in her speech and in interpreting the orders of her superiors.



* In Creator/TamoraPierce's ''Literature/DaughterOfTheLioness'' books, Aly can fool a magical truth potion by retreating into what she calls her "liar's palace," the part of her mind where she's constructed a whole character and backstory for her assumed identity.



** Casanunda (TheCasanova dwarf) who lists Outrageous Liar as one of his talents. When some wizards ask him if it's true, he says "[[LogicBomb No]]."

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** Casanunda (TheCasanova dwarf) dwarf), who lists Outrageous Liar as one of his talents. When some wizards ask him if it's true, he says "[[LogicBomb No]]."



** In ''Literature/GravePeril'', Thomas Raith, an incubus vampire, admits to Harry that he ''shouldn't'' be believed, because "[[SelfProclaimedLiar I'm a good liar. One of the best.]]" What he suggests Harry believe instead is the situation, as presented by Thomas, natch. [[spoiler: Turns out that despite Harry's doubts, Thomas is telling the truth.]]

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** In ''Literature/GravePeril'', Thomas Raith, an incubus vampire, admits to Harry that he ''shouldn't'' be believed, because "[[SelfProclaimedLiar I'm a good liar. One of the best.]]" What he suggests Harry believe instead is the situation, as presented by Thomas, natch. [[spoiler: Turns [[spoiler:Turns out that despite Harry's doubts, Thomas is telling the truth.]]



* Rimmer Dall, BigBad of Terry Brooks' ''Literature/TheHeritageOfShannara'' is such an effective liar that it takes the Sword of Shannara to help the characters penetrate the web of falsehoods he has fed them. And even that almost doesn't work because, prior to letting [[TheHero Par]] get his hands on the Sword, Dall managed to convince Par that he couldn't use it.



* The Kencyr in P.C. Hodgell's ''[[Literature/ChroniclesOfTheKencyrath Kencyrath]]'' books consider lying to be extremely dishonorable and thus are known for their honesty; this rigid code of honor forces the protagonist to be very creative in her speech and in interpreting the orders of her superiors.



* Creator/AlastairReynolds' ''Literature/RevelationSpaceSeries'': Rashmika Els from ''Absolution Gap'' manages to be both a Consummate Liar and a LivingLieDetector, by being instinctively aware of how subconscious facial tics correlate with truth-telling.



* ''Literature/{{Shannara}}'': Rimmer Dall, BigBad of ''Literature/TheHeritageOfShannara'', is such an effective liar that it takes the Sword of Shannara to help the characters penetrate the web of falsehoods he has fed them. And even that almost doesn't work because, prior to letting [[TheHero Par]] get his hands on the Sword, Dall managed to convince Par that he couldn't use it.



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* There's a short story where a young boy signs a [[DealWithTheDevil contract with the Devil]] in order to become the greatest liar in the world. The boy then manages to invalidate the contract on the grounds that he is illiterate. The Devil leaves, defeated, and the boy casually demonstrates his ability to write.

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* There's Creator/TamoraPierce's ''Literature/TortallUniverse'': In the ''Literature/TrickstersDuet'', Aly can fool a short story magical truth potion by retreating into what she calls her "liar's palace", the part of her mind where she's constructed a young boy signs a [[DealWithTheDevil contract with the Devil]] in order to become the greatest liar in the world. The boy then manages to invalidate the contract on the grounds that he is illiterate. The Devil leaves, defeated, whole character and the boy casually demonstrates his ability to write. backstory for her assumed identity.



* ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** Charles Logan
--->'''Logan:''' How'd I do?\\
'''Jack Bauer:''' You're a world-class liar. I would have expected nothing less.
** [[spoiler: Tony]] winds up turning into this in the 7th season, managing to successfully fool nearly everyone with his repeated lies.
* ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'':
** Most of the members of the Bluth family fall into this category, though to what extant may vary. GOB, Lucille, George Sr. and Maeby are the most prominent, while Michael, Lindsay, and even Buster (though only rarely) show shades of this.
** Season four shows George-Michael enter this category, with the narrator essentially saying that Lying is something that runs in the family.
* An episode of ''Series/BarneyMiller'' features a lie-detector specialist who thinks the machine is infallible, causing problems for one of the detectives, who flubbed the test due to being too nervous. The problem is solved by Detective Dietrich, who is such a Consummate Liar he's able to convince the specialist he's an alien from a distant galaxy and winds up scaring him away.
* In ''Series/BetterOffTed'', Ted demonstrates a black box that's supposed to buzz whenever anyone in the room lies. It works fine on most people, but Veronica is able to reel off a story about HuntingTheMostDangerousGame with Creator/SeanConnery without getting a reaction out of it. They eventually fix it so it works on her too, though.
* From the second series on, the title character of ''Series/{{Blackadder}}'' takes pride in his ability to lie. While this is mostly demonstrated by his claims to be incredibly wealthy to enhance his standing at court, on one occasion he tells Percy that "An enormous hummingbird is about to eat your hat and cloak!" Not only does [[TheDitz Percy]] believe it, when he returns, he simply decides that it must have got away. He's so good that even a drunken monk lurching into the room, puking in the fire and shouting "Great booze-up, Edmund!" in front of his deeply religious aunt can be explained rationally[[note]]For the curious, Edmund claimed that the monk was a missionary friend traveling with a tribal leader known as "Great Boo", and both of them had been bedridden with colds (explaining the vomiting); he came into the room to let Edmund know that "Great Boo's up."[[/note]]
* Nucky Thompson, city treasurer / part-time-gangster from ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire''. It comes with the job description, he is a master of the BastardlySpeech who can be defending the black community and demonizing it in the next phrase thanks to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGRepRsNH24 the montage]].
* Many characters on ''Series/BreakingBad'', but special mention should go to [[AmoralAttorney Saul Goodman]]:
-->''"If you're committed enough, you can make any story work. I once told a woman I was Kevin Costner, and it worked because I believed it." ''
* Michael in ''Series/BurnNotice'' is one of these, because as a spy, he kind of ''had'' to get good at it, because people who do what he does without getting good at lying very quickly tend to find a new role, such as "being buried face down in a shallow grave". Nate isn't too bad either, although his skills were learned in slightly less...''patriotic'' ways.
* On an episode of ''{{Series/Chuck}}'', the main characters got exposed to an AppliedPhlebotinum poison that acted like a truth babbling drug. Attempting to take advantage of this, Chuck tried to get Sarah to say they might be able to have a relationship. Sarah denied it, and thanks to the TruthSerum, Chuck believed her and (temporarily) gave up hope. At the end of the episode Sarah reveals to Casey that she has been trained to resist truth serum, strongly hinting that she was lying about having real feelings for Chuck.
* As a sociopath well-practiced at fitting in, ''Series/{{Dexter}}'''s a decent liar himself, but his victim in "An Inconvenient Lie"(2x03), a car salesman/murderer, lies so effortlessly that even Dexter is amazed and impressed.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Some incarnations of the Doctor (the Seventh and Eleventh, and the First in the earlier episodes) fit this trope explicitly.
** Clara Oswald once explicitly describes herself as a "brilliant" liar.
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}''
** Crichton manages to temporarily fool [[BigBad Scorpius']] lie-detecting abilities with the help of Scorpius' neural clone. He's also able to lie (or half-lie, at least) when facing the Scarran heat probe on several occasions (this may simply be because humans have better heat tolerance than the HumanAliens of the setting). Emperor Staleek comments that he is immune to the probing in ''The Peacekeeper Wars''.
** Chiana often thinks this of herself, but is seldom successful.
--->'''Chiana:''' How could you tell if they were lying? You can't even tell when I'm lying.\\
'''Sikozu:''' Yes I can, Chiana. We all can.\\
'''Chiana:''' Oh yeah? How do you know?\\
'''Sikozu:''' You open your mouth, and words come out.
** Scorpius himself is probably the best liar in the series. In addition to being the resident magnificent bastard. This is largely because he's ''always'' speaking in an obviously affected manner, so most of the usual tells simply don't apply.



* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Sr. and Jr. Lionel and ComicBook/LexLuthor are like this, of course. Ironically, when Chloe received the power to force anyone to tell the true, the BadLiar Clark is the only one who is immune to it.
* George Costanza from ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' is the embodiment of this trope, even being able to fool a lie detector.
-->'''George:''' Remember, Jerry, it's not a lie if ''you'' believe it.
* ''Series/{{Arrested Development}}'':
** Most of the Members of the Bluth Family fall into this category, though to what extant may vary. GOB, Lucille, George Sr. and Maeby are are the most prominent, While Michel, Lindsay, and even Buster (though only rarely) show shades of this.
** Season four shows George-Micheal enter this category, with the Narrator essentially saying that Lying is something that runs in the family.'
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''
** Garak has a natural gift for obfuscation, views it as a skill that requires constant practice and once claimed "the truth is often an excuse for a lack of imagination". He may or may not be an exiled spy and, while he was definitely exiled by his boss, the reason may or may not have been for killing a Gul's daughter, or letting Bajoran prisoners escape, or tax evasion, or something else. When Bashir tells him the story of The Boy who Cried Wolf, Garak interprets the moral as being "never tell the same lie twice". The only person capable of seeing through Garak is Odo; he works out that when Garak answers a question simply and without embellishment, he's telling the truth. After that, his instinct for knowing when Garak is lying or telling the truth becomes quite sharp.
-->'''Garak:''' I'll go along on your fool's errand. But I want one thing to be perfectly clear: I have no intention of sacrificing my life to save yours. If it looks like we're in danger of being captured, if there's any sign of trouble at all, you're on your own.
-->'''Sisko:''' Mr. Garak, I believe this is the first completely honest thing you ever said to me.
--> '''Garak:''' [[DeadpanSnarker How perceptive of you, Commander]]! (Given Garak's later actions, it turns out Sisko's belief was wrong.)
** Enabran Tain, Garak's old mentor and boss [[spoiler:and father]] is always impressed by Garak's skill at lying.
-->'''Enabran Tain:''' I can see that Garak hasn't changed a bit. Never tell the truth when a lie will do. That man has a rare gift for obfuscation.
** Q could give Garak a run for his money. The only thing we know for certain about Q is that his goals are ''never'' what he tells you they are. He's even, on several occasions, managed to deceive his fellow Q, who are, of course, just as omnipotent as he is.



* On ''Series/DoctorWho'', some incarnations of the Doctor (the Seventh and Eleventh, and the First in the earlier episodes) fit this trope explicitly.

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* On ''Series/DoctorWho'', some incarnations Barney Stinson of ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' is a self-described "master of manipulation" who takes the art of lying to seduce women to whole new levels. At one point he actually got a woman into bed by dressing up as an old man, telling her he was from the future, and warning her that, if she didn't sleep with present-day Barney, the world would come to an end. And it ''worked''. This isn't even getting into all the {{Batman Gambit}}s he's pulled on his friends, in episodes like [[spoiler:"Game Night", "Little Boys", and "The Scuba Diver"]].
* ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'': Urataros: A thousand falsehoods, ten thousand lies...
* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' has a heroic example in Nick Amaro, who tends to emotionally manipulate suspects into confessing (rather than the JackBauerInterrogationTechnique frequently used by his predecessor Stabler) and is quite perfectly willing and able to lie his face off in order to do so. Prior to joining SVU, Amaro also worked undercover as a narcotics detective, meaning he's basically [[ChekhovsSkill had years of practice.]]
* Ruxin from ''Series/TheLeague'' has stated several times that he is just flat out more comfortable lying than telling the truth.
* ''Series/LieToMe'':
** One episode involved Cal going up against one of these. [[spoiler:He spends most
of the Doctor (the Seventh episode baffled until the end when we find out it was a huge BatmanGambit]].
** Cal himself is a Consummate Liar who [[TheAtoner used his skills for petty gain]] in his DarkAndTroubledPast,
and Eleventh, still constantly lies to his staff to test their abilities. This especially bothers Ria, the intuitive LivingLieDetector who serves as his foil.
* While [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Supes]] in ''Series/LoisAndClark'' lies daily to cover up his identity, he's not very good at it (remember all the INeedToGoIronMyDog excuses?). When hooked up to a polygraph to find out the identity of Superman, he uses his powers to make true answers appear to be lies (e.g. blowing on the needles or levitating
and dropping his chair). It gets a little hairy when the First in interrogator asks baseline questions, and one of them is "Are you Superman?" Clark answers "Yes" as he's supposed to, causing the earlier episodes) fit this trope explicitly.interrogator to examine his equipment for malfunctions when the needles don't move.



* In the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk and the TV Star," Brad Terry fools a polygraph early in the episode, forcing Monk to concede that he may have been wrong in accusing him. Later, however, Monk witnesses Brad lying to a girl while on an exercise bike, and sees that his heart rate doesn't change.
* On an episode of ''{{Series/Chuck}}'', the main characters got exposed to an AppliedPhlebotinum poison that acted like a truth babbling drug. Attempting to take advantage of this, Chuck tried to get Sarah to say they might be able to have a relationship. Sarah denied it, and thanks to the TruthSerum, Chuck believed her and (temporarily) gave up hope. At the end of the episode Sarah reveals to Casey that she has been trained to resist truth serum, strongly hinting that she was lying about having real feelings for Chuck.

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* ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'':
** Morgana does quite a good job of playing the loving ward to Uther while plotting behind his back ({{psychotic smirk}}s notwithstanding.)
** Agravaine can lie to Arthur's face about betraying him, even swearing on his dead sister's life.
** Season Five [[spoiler:Gwen]] has them both beat. She comes up with perfectly logical explanations for her disappearances, manages to misdirect and manipulate everyone around her on a dime, and can conjure up tears at a moment's notice. She also manages to avoid Morgana's trademark smirk and Agravaine's ObviouslyEvil demeanor.
* In the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk and the TV Star," Star", Brad Terry fools a polygraph early in the episode, forcing Monk to concede that he may have been wrong in accusing him. Later, however, Monk witnesses Brad lying to a girl while on an exercise bike, and sees that his heart rate doesn't change.
* On an episode Kirk Devane was one of ''{{Series/Chuck}}'', these in the main characters got exposed first season of ''Series/{{Newhart}}''.
* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': Regina/The Evil Queen. She lies
to an AppliedPhlebotinum poison and [[ManipulativeBastard manipulates]] absolutely everyone she comes into contact with. She even manages to pull it off on [[MagnificentBastard Rumplestiltskin]] when she tells him that acted like a truth babbling drug. Attempting to take advantage of this, Chuck tried to get Sarah to say they might be able to have a relationship. Sarah denied it, [[spoiler: Belle [[DrivenToSuicide killed herself]]]] and thanks to the TruthSerum, Chuck believed he believes her when he has absolutely no reason to.
* The title character on ''Series/{{Profit}}'' manages to beat a lie detector by putting a thumbtack in his own foot
and (temporarily) gave up hope. At the end stepping on it at strategic moments.
* Shawn Spencer from ''Series/{{Psych}}'', as part
of the episode Sarah reveals to Casey that she has been trained to resist truth serum, strongly hinting that she his TrainingFromHell, was lying about having real feelings for Chuck.taught how to fool a lie detector if he ever had to.



* From the second series on, the title character of ''Series/{{Blackadder}}'' takes pride in his ability to lie. While this is mostly demonstrated by his claims to be incredibly wealthy to enhance his standing at court, on one occasion he tells Percy that "An enormous hummingbird is about to eat your hat and cloak!" Not only does [[TheDitz Percy]] believe it, when he returns, he simply decides that it must have got away. He's so good that even a drunken monk lurching into the room, puking in the fire and shouting "Great booze-up, Edmund!" in front of his deeply religious aunt can be explained rationally[[note]]For the curious, Edmund claimed that the monk was a missionary friend traveling with a tribal leader known as "Great Boo", and both of them had been bedridden with colds (explaining the vomiting); he came into the room to let Edmund know that "Great Boo's up."[[/note]]
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}''
** Crichton manages to temporarily fool [[BigBad Scorpius']] lie-detecting abilities with the help of Scorpius' neural clone. He's also able to lie (or half-lie, at least) when facing the Scarran heat probe on several occasions (this may simply be because humans have better heat tolerance than the HumanAliens of the setting). Emperor Staleek comments that he is immune to the probing in ''The Peacekeeper Wars''.
** Chiana often thinks this of herself, but is seldom successful.
--->'''Chiana:''' How could you tell if they were lying? You can't even tell when I'm lying.\\
'''Sikozu:''' Yes I can, Chiana. We all can.\\
'''Chiana:''' Oh yeah? How do you know?\\
'''Sikozu:''' You open your mouth, and words come out.
** Scorpius himself is probably the best liar in the series. In addition to being the resident magnificent bastard. This is largely because he's ''always'' speaking in an obviously affected manner, so most of the usual tells simply don't apply.

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* From George Costanza from ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' is the second series on, the title character embodiment of ''Series/{{Blackadder}}'' takes pride in his ability to lie. While this is mostly demonstrated by his claims trope, even being able to be incredibly wealthy to enhance his standing at court, on one occasion he tells Percy that "An enormous hummingbird is about to eat your hat and cloak!" Not only does [[TheDitz Percy]] fool a lie detector.
-->'''George:''' Remember, Jerry, it's not a lie if ''you''
believe it, it.
* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Sr. and Jr. Lionel and ComicBook/LexLuthor are like this, of course. Ironically,
when he returns, he simply decides that it must have got away. He's so good that even a drunken monk lurching into Chloe received the room, puking in power to force anyone to tell the fire and shouting "Great booze-up, Edmund!" in front of his deeply religious aunt can be explained rationally[[note]]For true, the curious, Edmund claimed that BadLiar Clark is the monk was a missionary friend traveling with a tribal leader known as "Great Boo", and both of them had been bedridden with colds (explaining the vomiting); he came into the room to let Edmund know that "Great Boo's up."[[/note]]
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}''
** Crichton manages to temporarily fool [[BigBad Scorpius']] lie-detecting abilities with the help of Scorpius' neural clone. He's also able to lie (or half-lie, at least) when facing the Scarran heat probe on several occasions (this may simply be because humans have better heat tolerance than the HumanAliens of the setting). Emperor Staleek comments that he
only one who is immune to the probing in ''The Peacekeeper Wars''.
it.
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''
** Chiana Garak has a natural gift for obfuscation, views it as a skill that requires constant practice and once claimed "the truth is often thinks this an excuse for a lack of herself, but is seldom successful.
--->'''Chiana:''' How could you
imagination". He may or may not be an exiled spy and, while he was definitely exiled by his boss, the reason may or may not have been for killing a Gul's daughter, or letting Bajoran prisoners escape, or tax evasion, or something else. When Bashir tells him the story of The Boy who Cried Wolf, Garak interprets the moral as being "never tell if they were lying? You can't even tell the same lie twice". The only person capable of seeing through Garak is Odo; he works out that when I'm lying.Garak answers a question simply and without embellishment, he's telling the truth. After that, his instinct for knowing when Garak is lying or telling the truth becomes quite sharp.
--->'''Garak:''' I'll go along on your fool's errand. But I want one thing to be perfectly clear: I have no intention of sacrificing my life to save yours. If it looks like we're in danger of being captured, if there's any sign of trouble at all, you're on your own.
\\
'''Sikozu:''' Yes '''Sisko:''' Mr. Garak, I can, Chiana. We all can.believe this is the first completely honest thing you ever said to me.\\
'''Chiana:''' Oh yeah? '''Garak:''' [[DeadpanSnarker How do perceptive of you, Commander]]! (Given Garak's later actions, it turns out Sisko's belief was wrong.)
** Enabran Tain, Garak's old mentor and boss [[spoiler:and father]] is always impressed by Garak's skill at lying.
--->'''Enabran Tain:''' I can see that Garak hasn't changed a bit. Never tell the truth when a lie will do. That man has a rare gift for obfuscation.
** Q could give Garak a run for his money. The only thing we know for certain about Q is that his goals are ''never'' what he tells
you know?\\
'''Sikozu:''' You open your mouth, and words come out.
** Scorpius himself is probably
they are. He's even, on several occasions, managed to deceive his fellow Q, who are, of course, just as omnipotent as he is.
* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' when [[spoiler:Sam loses his soul]], it allows him to lie to Veritas,
the best liar in Goddess of Truth, to whom no human can lie. She is understandably upset.
* The title character of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' is able to spin a convincing cover story at
the series. In addition to drop of a hat -- a skill honed by years on the run. At one point she spends an entire episode being treated for a bullet wound while holding conversations with a hallucination of Kyle Reese; in her lucid periods, she's able to spin the resident magnificent bastard. This is largely because he's ''always'' speaking in an obviously affected manner, so most of true things she has let slip about her past into a domestic violence narrative, convincing the usual tells simply don't apply.doctor to treat her without calling the police.



* ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'': Urataros: A thousand falsehoods, ten thousand lies...
* Kirk Devane was one of these in the first season of ''Series/{{Newhart}}''.
* ''Series/LieToMe'':
** One episode involved Cal going up against one of these. [[spoiler:He spends most of the episode baffled until the end when we find out it was a huge BatmanGambit]].
** Cal himself is a Consummate Liar who [[TheAtoner used his skills for petty gain]] in his DarkAndTroubledPast, and still constantly lies to his staff to test their abilities. This especially bothers Ria, the intuitive LivingLieDetector who serves as his foil.
* Barney Stinson of ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' is a self-described "master of manipulation" who takes the art of lying to seduce women to whole new levels. At one point he actually got a woman into bed by dressing up as an old man, telling her he was from the future, and warning her that, if she didn't sleep with present-day Barney, the world would come to an end. And it ''worked''. This isn't even getting into all the {{Batman Gambit}}s he's pulled on his friends, in episodes like [[spoiler:"Game Night," "Little Boys," and "The Scuba Diver."]]
* The title character on ''Series/{{Profit}}'' manages to beat a lie detector by putting a thumbtack in his own foot and stepping on it at strategic moments.
* An episode of ''Series/BarneyMiller'' features a lie-detector specialist who thinks the machine is infallible, causing problems for one of the detectives, who flubbed the test due to being too nervous. The problem is solved by Detective Dietrich, who is such a Consummate Liar he's able to convince the specialist he's an alien from a distant galaxy and winds up scaring him away.
* As a sociopath well-practiced at fitting in, ''Series/{{Dexter}}'''s a decent liar himself, but his victim in "An Inconvenient Lie"(2x03), a car salesman/murderer, lies so effortlessly that even Dexter is amazed and impressed.
* While [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Supes]] in ''Series/LoisAndClark'' lies daily to cover up his identity, he's not very good at it (remember all the INeedToGoIronMyDog excuses?). When hooked up to a polygraph to find out the identity of Superman, he uses his powers to make true answers appear to be lies (e.g. blowing on the needles or levitating and dropping his chair). It gets a little hairy when the interrogator asks baseline questions, and one of them is "Are you Superman?". Clark answers "Yes" as he's supposed to, causing the interrogator to examine his equipment for malfunctions when the needles don't move.
* In ''Series/BetterOffTed'', Ted demonstrates a black box that's supposed to buzz whenever anyone in the room lies. It works fine on most people, but Veronica is able to reel off a story about HuntingTheMostDangerousGame with Creator/SeanConnery without getting a reaction out of it. They eventually fix it so it works on her too, though.
* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' when [[spoiler:Sam loses his soul]], it allows him to lie to Veritas, the Goddess of Truth, to whom no human can lie. She is understandably upset.
* Shawn Spencer from ''Series/{{Psych}}'', as part of his TrainingFromHell, was taught how to fool a lie detector if he ever had to.
* Nucky Thompson, city treasurer / part-time-gangster from ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire''. It comes with the job description, he is a master of the BastardlySpeech who can be defending the black community and demonizing it in the next phrase thanks to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGRepRsNH24 the montage]].
* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': Regina/The Evil Queen. She lies to and [[ManipulativeBastard manipulates]] absolutely everyone she comes into contact with. She even manages to pull it off on [[MagnificentBastard Rumplestiltskin]] when she tells him that [[spoiler: Belle [[DrivenToSuicide killed herself]]]] and he believes her when he has absolutely no reason to.
* ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'':
** Morgana does quite a good job of playing the loving ward to Uther while plotting behind his back ({{psychotic smirk}}s notwithstanding.)
** Agravaine can lie to Arthur's face about betraying him, even swearing on his dead sister's life.
** Season Five [[spoiler:Gwen]] has them both beat. She comes up with perfectly logical explanations for her disappearances, manages to misdirect and manipulate everyone around her on a dime, and can conjure up tears at a moment's notice. She also manages to avoid Morgana's trademark smirk and Agravaine's ObviouslyEvil demeanor.
* Ruxin from ''Series/TheLeague'' has stated several times that he is just flat out more comfortable lying than telling the truth.
* ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** Charles Logan
--->'''Logan:''' How'd I do?\\
'''Jack Bauer:''' You're a world-class liar. I would have expected nothing less.
** [[spoiler: Tony]] winds up turning into this in the 7th season, managing to successfully fool nearly everyone with his repeated lies.
* Many characters on ''Series/BreakingBad'', but special mention should go to [[AmoralAttorney Saul Goodman]]:
-->''"If you're committed enough, you can make any story work. I once told a woman I was Kevin Costner, and it worked because I believed it." ''

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* ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'': Urataros: A thousand falsehoods, ten thousand lies...
* Kirk Devane was
[[ConMan Neal Caffrey]] from ''Series/WhiteCollar'', as a highly successful conman, is one of these in the first season of ''Series/{{Newhart}}''.
* ''Series/LieToMe'':
** One episode involved Cal going up against one of these. [[spoiler:He spends most of the episode baffled until the end when we find out it was
these, though he has a huge BatmanGambit]].
** Cal himself is a Consummate Liar who [[TheAtoner used his skills for petty gain]] in his DarkAndTroubledPast, and still constantly
little bit more trouble telling direct lies to his staff to test their abilities. This especially bothers Ria, the intuitive LivingLieDetector who serves as his foil.
* Barney Stinson of ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' is a self-described "master of manipulation" who takes the art of lying to seduce women to whole new levels. At one point he actually got a woman into bed by dressing up as an old man, telling her he was from the future, and warning her that, if she didn't sleep with present-day Barney, the world would come to an end. And it ''worked''. This isn't even getting into all the {{Batman Gambit}}s he's pulled on his friends, in episodes like [[spoiler:"Game Night," "Little Boys," and "The Scuba Diver."]]
* The title character on ''Series/{{Profit}}'' manages to beat a lie detector by putting a thumbtack in his own foot and stepping on it at strategic moments.
* An episode of ''Series/BarneyMiller'' features a lie-detector specialist who thinks the machine is infallible, causing problems for one of the detectives, who flubbed the test due to being too nervous. The problem is solved by Detective Dietrich, who is such a Consummate Liar he's able to convince the specialist he's an alien from a distant galaxy and winds up scaring him away.
* As a sociopath well-practiced at fitting in, ''Series/{{Dexter}}'''s a decent liar himself, but his victim in "An Inconvenient Lie"(2x03), a car salesman/murderer, lies so effortlessly that even Dexter is amazed and impressed.
* While [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Supes]] in ''Series/LoisAndClark'' lies daily to cover up his identity, he's not very good at it (remember all the INeedToGoIronMyDog excuses?). When hooked up to a polygraph to find out the identity of Superman, he uses his powers to make true answers appear to be lies (e.g. blowing on the needles or levitating and dropping his chair). It gets a little hairy when the interrogator asks baseline questions, and one of them is "Are you Superman?". Clark answers "Yes" as he's supposed to, causing the interrogator to examine his equipment for malfunctions when the needles don't move.
* In ''Series/BetterOffTed'', Ted demonstrates a black box that's supposed to buzz whenever anyone in the room lies. It works fine on most people, but Veronica is able to reel off a story about HuntingTheMostDangerousGame with Creator/SeanConnery without getting a reaction out of it. They eventually fix it so it works on her too, though.
* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' when [[spoiler:Sam loses his soul]], it allows him to lie to Veritas, the Goddess of Truth, to whom no human can lie. She is understandably upset.
* Shawn Spencer from ''Series/{{Psych}}'', as part of his TrainingFromHell, was taught how to fool a lie detector if he ever had to.
* Nucky Thompson, city treasurer / part-time-gangster from ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire''. It comes with the job description, he is a master of the BastardlySpeech who can be defending the black community and demonizing it in the next phrase thanks to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGRepRsNH24 the montage]].
* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': Regina/The Evil Queen. She lies to and [[ManipulativeBastard manipulates]] absolutely everyone she comes into contact with. She even manages to pull it off on [[MagnificentBastard Rumplestiltskin]] when she tells him that [[spoiler: Belle [[DrivenToSuicide killed herself]]]] and he believes her when he has absolutely no reason to.
* ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'':
** Morgana does quite a good job of playing the loving ward to Uther while plotting behind his back ({{psychotic smirk}}s notwithstanding.)
** Agravaine can lie to Arthur's face about betraying him, even swearing on his dead sister's life.
** Season Five [[spoiler:Gwen]] has them both beat. She comes up with perfectly logical explanations for her disappearances, manages to misdirect and manipulate everyone around her on a dime, and can conjure up tears at a moment's notice. She also manages to avoid Morgana's trademark smirk and Agravaine's ObviouslyEvil demeanor.
* Ruxin from ''Series/TheLeague'' has stated several times that he is just flat out more comfortable lying than telling the truth.
* ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** Charles Logan
--->'''Logan:''' How'd I do?\\
'''Jack Bauer:''' You're a world-class liar. I would have expected nothing less.
** [[spoiler: Tony]] winds up turning into this in the 7th season, managing to successfully fool nearly everyone with his repeated lies.
* Many characters on ''Series/BreakingBad'', but special mention should go to [[AmoralAttorney Saul Goodman]]:
-->''"If you're committed enough, you can make any story work. I once told a woman I was Kevin Costner, and it worked because I believed it." ''
handler, [[ParentalSubstitute Peter Burke]].



* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' has a heroic example in Nick Amaro, who tends to emotionally manipulate suspects into confessing (rather than the JackBauerInterrogationTechnique frequently used by his predecessor Stabler) and is quite perfectly willing and able to lie his face off in order to do so. Prior to joining SVU, Amaro also worked undercover as a narcotics detective, meaning he's basically [[ChekhovsSkill had years of practice.]]
* The title character of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' is able to spin a convincing cover story at the drop of a hat -- a skill honed by years on the run. At one point she spends an entire episode being treated for a bullet wound while holding conversations with a hallucination of Kyle Reese; in her lucid periods, she's able to spin the true things she has let slip about her past into a domestic violence narrative, convincing the doctor to treat her without calling the police.
* Michael in ''Series/BurnNotice'' is one of these, because as a spy, he kind of ''had'' to get good at it, because people who do what he does without getting good at lying very quickly tend to find a new role, such as "being buried face down in a shallow grave". Nate isn't too bad either, although his skills were learned in slightly less...''patriotic'' ways.
* [[ConMan Neal Caffrey]] from ''Series/WhiteCollar'', as a highly successful conman, is one of these, though he has a little bit more trouble telling direct lies to his handler, [[ParentalSubstitute Peter Burke.]]

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* Fictional Example: Gentaro Yumeno from ''Music/HypnosisMic''.


* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'': Coyote earned the title of "The American Trickster" for a reason. He's set up a RestrainingBolt that is set to destroy him via paradox if he ever tells an actual falsehood (long story short, his [[GodsNeedPrayerBadly faith-pie hole]] is set to starve if he ever lies). As a result, he can get away with keeping some horrifying secrets [[spoiler:such as brainwashing Ysgerin by eating his memories]] and uses contextual narrative to lead his archrivals into thinking he's their funny little mayor friend, even after centuries of infamy as an insane tyrant. Also, he's insane enough to recognize MediumAwareness and can outright keep the secret by simply talking to thin air like a madman.

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* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'': Coyote earned the title of "The American Trickster" for a reason. He's set up a RestrainingBolt that is set to destroy him via paradox if he ever tells an actual falsehood (long story short, his [[GodsNeedPrayerBadly faith-pie hole]] is set to starve if he ever lies). As a result, he can get away with keeping some horrifying secrets [[spoiler:such as brainwashing Ysgerin Ysengrin by eating his memories]] and uses contextual narrative to lead his archrivals into thinking he's their funny little mayor friend, even after centuries of infamy as an insane tyrant. Also, he's insane enough to recognize MediumAwareness and can outright keep the secret by simply talking to thin air like a madman.


* [[Music/TheProtomen]] paints Dr. Wily as this, framing Dr. Light for a murder that ''he'' committed, and even using his acquittal to convince the populace that the justice system has failed them, eventually leading to them handing over more and more power to him until he becomes an unstoppable tyrannical dictator.

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* [[Music/TheProtomen]] paints Music/TheProtomen paint Dr. Wily as this, framing Dr. Light for a murder that ''he'' committed, and even using his acquittal to convince the populace that the justice system has failed them, eventually leading to them handing over more and more power to him until he becomes an unstoppable tyrannical dictator.

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[[folder:Music]]
* [[Music/TheProtomen]] paints Dr. Wily as this, framing Dr. Light for a murder that ''he'' committed, and even using his acquittal to convince the populace that the justice system has failed them, eventually leading to them handing over more and more power to him until he becomes an unstoppable tyrannical dictator.
--> '''Dr. Wily''': When I say he was a monster, when I set fire to his name/Doesn't matter where you hear it from, whether truth or lies, it gets said all the same!
[[/folder]]





* ''Anime/CodeGeass''

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* ''Anime/CodeGeass''''Anime/CodeGeass'':



-->'''Megumi:''' I've told a horrible, irreversible lie!
-->'''Miki:''' [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech Worst of all, you tricked an innocent little kid. You're the worst kind of woman.]]
-->'''Megumi:''' '''[[ChronicVillainy I was already halfway into the lie, how could I stop?]]'''

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-->'''Megumi:''' I've told a horrible, irreversible lie!
-->'''Miki:'''
lie!\\
'''Miki:'''
[[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech Worst of all, you tricked an innocent little kid. You're the worst kind of woman.]]
-->'''Megumi:'''
]]\\
'''Megumi:'''
'''[[ChronicVillainy I was already halfway into the lie, how could I stop?]]'''



[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': Dogbert is such an excellent liar he was once able to fool a polygraph... while claiming to be Abraham Lincoln.
-->'''Dogbert:''' Lie detectors never make mistakes, do they?\\
'''Dilbert:''' Uh... no, Mister President.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': No matter ''how'' many times Lucy tricked Charlie Brown into trying to kick the football (only to pull it away), he'd ''always'' fall for it again the next year.
[[/folder]]



* In ''FanFic/TheDarknessSeries'' Harry Potter becomes one with practice. His lies are not always consistent but so far he has always been able to think up new lies to explain why he lied in the first place.

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* In ''FanFic/TheDarknessSeries'' ''Fanfic/TheDarknessSeries'' Harry Potter becomes one with practice. His lies are not always consistent but so far he has always been able to think up new lies to explain why he lied in the first place.



* In ''FanFic/MegaManDefenderOfTheHumanRace'', [[spoiler:Bass]] is scarily good at lying to serve his own ends and can play Wily like a fiddle.

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* In ''FanFic/MegaManDefenderOfTheHumanRace'', ''Fanfic/MegaManDefenderOfTheHumanRace'', [[spoiler:Bass]] is scarily good at lying to serve his own ends and can play Wily like a fiddle.



* ''FanFic/{{Fade}}'': Considering this is a ''Manga/DeathNote'' FanFic, L and Light. Light, however, is nowhere near as bad as in canon, especially after he and L get together. L, on the other hand, [[spoiler:has no issues lying to Light -- he kills Misa even though he promised he wouldn't, and bribes the prison that was holding her to keep quiet about it]].

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* ''FanFic/{{Fade}}'': ''Fanfic/{{Fade}}'': Considering this is a ''Manga/DeathNote'' FanFic, L and Light. Light, however, is nowhere near as bad as in canon, especially after he and L get together. L, on the other hand, [[spoiler:has no issues lying to Light -- he kills Misa even though he promised he wouldn't, and bribes the prison that was holding her to keep quiet about it]].



[[folder: Films Animated]]

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[[folder: Films Animated]][[folder:Films -- Animation]]



* In ''{{Disney/Frozen}},'' [[spoiler:Prince Hans]], to the point where it's unclear whether his real motives come off as clever or contrived.

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* In ''{{Disney/Frozen}},'' ''Disney/{{Frozen}},'' [[spoiler:Prince Hans]], to the point where it's unclear whether his real motives come off as clever or contrived.



[[folder:Films Live-Action]]
* The film ''Film/LittleSweetheart'' is a particularly insane example of this. [[spoiler: The little girl who has blackmailed you with photos of you and your mistress having sex, and then over the fact you're bank robbers, followed by framing you for the murder of her only friend (which she committed) and has been shown to lie pretty much at the drop of the hat is the last person who your only hope of living should be put on. After all, what the hell made you think she wouldn't stab you in the back?]]

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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The film ''Film/LittleSweetheart'' is a particularly insane example of this. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The little girl who has blackmailed you with photos of you and your mistress having sex, and then over the fact you're bank robbers, followed by framing you for the murder of her only friend (which she committed) and has been shown to lie pretty much at the drop of the hat is the last person who your only hope of living should be put on. After all, what the hell made you think she wouldn't stab you in the back?]]



* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''

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* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'':



:: On the other hand, it's pointed out that everyone assumes pirates to be this trope ''anyway.'' And while Jack is good at it, what truly makes him so effective a liar is the fact that he's telling the truth half the time, and will sometimes admit a big truth so casually that people assume he's lying. He [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest second movie]].

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:: ** On the other hand, it's pointed out that everyone assumes pirates to be this trope ''anyway.'' And while Jack is good at it, what truly makes him so effective a liar is the fact that he's telling the truth half the time, and will sometimes admit a big truth so casually that people assume he's lying. He [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest second movie]].



-->'''Teal'c:''' He lies.
-->'''O'Neill:''' He does that, you know.

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-->'''Teal'c:''' He lies.
-->'''O'Neill:'''
lies.\\
'''O'Neill:'''
He does that, you know.



* ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''

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* ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'':



[[folder:Live Action TV]]

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[[folder:Live Action [[folder:Live-Action TV]]



-->'''Chiana''': How could you tell if they were lying? You can't even tell when I'm lying.
-->'''Sikozu''':Yes I can, Chiana. We all can.
-->'''Chiana''': Oh yeah? How do you know?
-->'''Sikozu''': You open your mouth, and words come out.

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-->'''Chiana''': --->'''Chiana:''' How could you tell if they were lying? You can't even tell when I'm lying.
-->'''Sikozu''':Yes
lying.\\
'''Sikozu:''' Yes
I can, Chiana. We all can.
-->'''Chiana''':
can.\\
'''Chiana:'''
Oh yeah? How do you know?
-->'''Sikozu''':
know?\\
'''Sikozu:'''
You open your mouth, and words come out.



* ''Series/LieToMe''

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* ''Series/LieToMe''''Series/LieToMe'':



* ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}''

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* ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}''''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'':



-->'''Logan''': How'd I do?
-->'''Jack Bauer''': You're a world-class liar. I would have expected nothing less.

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-->'''Logan''': --->'''Logan:''' How'd I do?
-->'''Jack Bauer''':
do?\\
'''Jack Bauer:'''
You're a world-class liar. I would have expected nothing less.



[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': Dogbert is such an excellent liar he was once able to fool a polygraph... while claiming to be Abraham Lincoln.
-->'''Dogbert:''' Lie detectors never make mistakes, do they?
-->'''Dilbert:''' Uh... no, Mister President.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': No matter ''how'' many times Lucy tricked Charlie Brown into trying to kick the football (only to pull it away), he'd ''always'' fall for it again the next year.
[[/folder]]



[[folder:Tabletop RPG]]
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''

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[[folder:Roleplay]]
* Cody Jenson in ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest v1'' (at least pre-psychotic) was a devilish liar, stringing along Adam Dodd for quite some considerable time before the latter even started to get suspicious. (Jenson pretended he was another kid, leading to Adam talking to him about how much he wanted to kill... him). When he finds out later who Jenson really is, Adam is needless to say, not pleased.
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[[folder:Tabletop RPG]]
Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':



* ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment''

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* ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment''''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'':



* Fain of ''VideoGame/{{Lusternia}}''. It's hard for ''real life readers'' of the BackStory to determine when - [[BlackAndGrayMorality if ever]] - he JumpedOffTheSlipperySlope.

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* Fain of ''VideoGame/{{Lusternia}}''. It's hard for ''real life readers'' of the BackStory to determine when - [[BlackAndGrayMorality if ever]] - -- he JumpedOffTheSlipperySlope.



* ''Franchise/AceAttorney''

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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney''''Franchise/AceAttorney'':



* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''

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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':



[[folder:Web Original]]
* Cody Jenson in ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest v1'' (at least pre-psychotic) was a devilish liar, stringing along Adam Dodd for quite some considerable time before the latter even started to get suspicious. (Jenson pretended he was another kid, leading to Adam talking to him about how much he wanted to kill... him). When he finds out later who Jenson really is, Adam is needless to say, not pleased.
[[/folder]]



* The entire cast of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' believe Mr. Cat's BlatantLies. Kaeloo occasionally sees through them, but usually believes whatever he says.





* ''Franchise/MetalGear's'' Revolver Ocelot. The only thing that he stated that is very likely to be the truth (aside from possibly his real name in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'') is that he planned to allow war to run rampant across the world so people's true emotions, feelings, and nature can be brought out, and that's only because of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'', and even that is debatable, since not once did Big Boss ever mention anything about Ocelot actually intending for mayhem to spread.

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* ''Franchise/MetalGear's'' ''VideoGame/MetalGear's'' Revolver Ocelot. The only thing that he stated that is very likely to be the truth (aside from possibly his real name in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'') is that he planned to allow war to run rampant across the world so people's true emotions, feelings, and nature can be brought out, and that's only because of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'', and even that is debatable, since not once did Big Boss ever mention anything about Ocelot actually intending for mayhem to spread.



* ''Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFoxhound'' deliberately {{Flanderiz|ation}}es [[Franchise/MetalGear Revolver Ocelot]] to be such a good liar that not only is he completely immune to telepathy, but he managed to string along Psycho Mantis for most of the comic's run.

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* ''Webcomic/TheLastDaysOfFoxhound'' deliberately {{Flanderiz|ation}}es [[Franchise/MetalGear [[VideoGame/MetalGear Revolver Ocelot]] to be such a good liar that not only is he completely immune to telepathy, but he managed to string along Psycho Mantis for most of the comic's run.

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