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->''"[[AC:Look, even if you think we're still enemies, we're enemies with a new thread.common interest.]] ''[[AC:Revenge.]]'' [[AC:You like revenge, right?]] ''[[AC:Everybody]]'' [[AC:likes revenge! Well, let's go GET SOME!]]"''
-->-- '''[=GLaDOS=]''', ''Videogame/Portal2.''



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->''"[[AC:Look, even if you think we're still enemies, we're enemies with a common interest.]] ''[[AC:Revenge.]]'' [[AC:You like revenge, right?]] ''[[AC:Everybody]]'' [[AC:likes revenge! Well, let's go GET SOME!]]"''
-->-- '''[=GLaDOS=]''', ''Videogame/Portal2.''
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More short term deals fall under CooperationGambit. When there's no common enemy ''per se'', it's GoKartingWithBowser. If the villain saves the day without the hero's help, then BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork. If the villain in question is [[DemonicPossession possessing the hero]], but there's a greater threat the two must conquer together, this can result in a SymbioticPossession.

Compare NominalHero, a character who fights for good even though their intentions are not heroic at all. Contrast with WeAreStrugglingTogether, where you have putative allies who end up backstabbing and/or infighting with each other. When this trope is averted completely, one has a MexicanStandoff. See also AnOfferYouCantRefuse, CollidingCriminalConspiracies, DoWellButNotPerfect, GenghisGambit, InevitableMutualBetrayal and TallPoppySyndrome. A defining feature of the StandardSciFiSetting. May be a result of the Good and the Bad teaming up in a TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil scenario. It can be caused by TheHorseshoeEffect.

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More short term short-term deals fall under CooperationGambit. When there's no common enemy ''per se'', it's GoKartingWithBowser. If the villain saves the day without the hero's help, then BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork. If the villain in question is [[DemonicPossession possessing the hero]], but there's a greater threat the two must conquer together, this can result in a SymbioticPossession.

Compare NominalHero, a character who fights for good even though their intentions are not heroic at all. Contrast with WeAreStrugglingTogether, where you have putative allies who end up backstabbing and/or infighting with each other. When this trope is averted completely, one has a MeleeATrois or MexicanStandoff. See also AnOfferYouCantRefuse, CollidingCriminalConspiracies, DoWellButNotPerfect, GenghisGambit, InevitableMutualBetrayal InevitableMutualBetrayal, and TallPoppySyndrome. A defining feature of the StandardSciFiSetting. May be a result of the Good and the Bad teaming up in a TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil scenario. It can be caused by TheHorseshoeEffect.



Compare MediationBackfire where someone tries to get between two quarreling characters only for them to put aside their differences to abuse the peacemaker.

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Compare MediationBackfire MediationBackfire, where someone tries to get between two quarreling characters characters, only for them to put aside their differences to abuse the peacemaker.


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Not to be confused with the Dennis Quaid movie/Barry Longyear story ''Film/EnemyMine''. We also sincerely hope that you did not have a slip of the finger and ended up here instead of at EnemyMime. For an enemy that ''is'' a mine, see ActionBomb, and for a different kind of mine which is filled with enemies, see DugTooDeep. [[CaptainObvious As might be gathered by this point]], this article [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant is also unrelated]] to [[SeaMine passive defensive weapons]] planted by one's foes. Also not related to mines of the underground type; for that, see UndergroundLevel or MinecartMadness. [[OverlyLongGag Wholly unrelated to]] QuoteMine, which refers to the propaganda tactic of being very particular in quoting someone the propagandist disagrees with to convey an inaccurate conception of their actual opinion and/or why they said that.

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Not to be confused with the Dennis Quaid movie/Barry Longyear story ''Film/EnemyMine''. We also sincerely hope that you did not have a slip of the finger and ended up here instead of at EnemyMime. For an enemy that ''is'' a mine, see ActionBomb, and for a different kind of mine which is filled with enemies, see DugTooDeep. [[CaptainObvious As might be gathered by this point]], point, this article [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant is also unrelated]] to [[SeaMine passive defensive weapons]] planted by one's foes. Also not related to mines of the underground type; for that, see UndergroundLevel or MinecartMadness. [[OverlyLongGag Wholly unrelated to]] QuoteMine, which refers to the propaganda tactic of being very particular in quoting someone the propagandist disagrees with to convey an inaccurate conception of their actual opinion and/or why they said that.


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* ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'': Happens between the goats and wolves whenever forced to work together; for example, in the third movie, the goats work with Wolnie and Wilie to help them find Wolffy and defeat the Gourd King.
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Not to be confused with the Dennis Quaid movie/Barry Longyear story ''Film/EnemyMine''. We also sincerely hope that you did not have a slip of the finger and ended up here instead of at EnemyMime. For an enemy that ''is'' a mine, see ActionBomb, and for a different kind of mine which is filled with enemies, see DugTooDeep. [[CaptainObvious As might be gathered by this point]], this article [[IThoughtItMeant is also unrelated]] to [[SeaMine passive defensive weapons]] planted by one's foes. Also not related to mines of the underground type; for that, see UndergroundLevel or MinecartMadness. [[OverlyLongGag Wholly unrelated to]] QuoteMine, which refers to the propaganda tactic of being very particular in quoting someone the propagandist disagrees with to convey an inaccurate conception of their actual opinion and/or why they said that.

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Not to be confused with the Dennis Quaid movie/Barry Longyear story ''Film/EnemyMine''. We also sincerely hope that you did not have a slip of the finger and ended up here instead of at EnemyMime. For an enemy that ''is'' a mine, see ActionBomb, and for a different kind of mine which is filled with enemies, see DugTooDeep. [[CaptainObvious As might be gathered by this point]], this article [[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant is also unrelated]] to [[SeaMine passive defensive weapons]] planted by one's foes. Also not related to mines of the underground type; for that, see UndergroundLevel or MinecartMadness. [[OverlyLongGag Wholly unrelated to]] QuoteMine, which refers to the propaganda tactic of being very particular in quoting someone the propagandist disagrees with to convey an inaccurate conception of their actual opinion and/or why they said that.


A good source of FoeYay, whether because the villain secretly does harbor feelings for the protagonist (a direct example) or simply realizes how boring and/or aimless his life would be without the protagonist. Compare EmbarrassingRescue, GondorCallsForAid. See also EnemyCivilWar or ElvesVersusDwarves (with which it often overlaps). Anti-villains are more prone to this trope than most, and less likely to backstab the goodies afterwards.

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A good source of FoeYay, whether because the villain secretly does harbor feelings for the protagonist hero (a direct example) or simply realizes how boring and/or aimless his life would be without the protagonist.them. Compare EmbarrassingRescue, GondorCallsForAid. See also EnemyCivilWar or ElvesVersusDwarves (with which it often overlaps). Anti-villains are more prone to this trope than most, and less likely to backstab the goodies afterwards.



Compare NominalHero, a character who fights for good even though their intentions are not heroic at all. Contrast with WeAreStrugglingTogether, where you have putative allies who end up backstabbing and/or infighting with each other. When this trope is averted completely, one has a MexicanStandoff. See also AnOfferYouCantRefuse, CollidingCriminalConspiracies, DoWellButNotPerfect, GenghisGambit, InevitableMutualBetrayal and TallPoppySyndrome. A defining feature of the StandardSciFiSetting. May be a result of the Good and the Bad teaming up in a TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil scenario. Can be caused by TheHorseshoeEffect.

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Compare NominalHero, a character who fights for good even though their intentions are not heroic at all. Contrast with WeAreStrugglingTogether, where you have putative allies who end up backstabbing and/or infighting with each other. When this trope is averted completely, one has a MexicanStandoff. See also AnOfferYouCantRefuse, CollidingCriminalConspiracies, DoWellButNotPerfect, GenghisGambit, InevitableMutualBetrayal and TallPoppySyndrome. A defining feature of the StandardSciFiSetting. May be a result of the Good and the Bad teaming up in a TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil scenario. Can It can be caused by TheHorseshoeEffect.

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