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* In Avatar, firebending was initially portrayed as the evil tool of an oppressive empire. Then it turns out that the true source of it is energy and life, and while the nation is fed a steady stream of propaganda and nationalism, the average fire nation member is generally a decent person.


* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'': In one episode, the episode’s monster, the Headless Specter, turned out to not be engaging in any criminal activity like the previous villains and was actually defending his manor from the episode’s real villain, a hitchhiker. He even went as far as to help Scooby and friends capture the hitchhiker.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'': In one episode, the episode’s monster, the Headless Specter, turned out to not be engaging in any criminal activity like the previous villains and was actually defending his manor from the episode’s real villain, a hitchhiker. his neighbor. He even went as far as to help Scooby and friends capture the hitchhiker.neighbor.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Green Eggs and Ham|2019}}'': [[spoiler:The BADGUYS, whose name is actually an acronym for “Bureau of Animal Defense, Glurfsberg, Upper Yipville Section, and were chasing after Sam and Guy to '''stop''' Sam from selling Jenkins to Snerz. The narrator even uses this trope word-for-word to describe them. In fact, they decide to let Sam go after learning his true quest!]].

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* The undead pirates and Civil War soldiers of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' are, at worst, scary but helpful, as the real evil monsters are the [[CatFolk werecats]] and [[HollywoodVoodoo voodoo cultists.]] One Confederate zombie offers a vine to help Shaggy and Scooby escape quicksand, and the pirate captain's ghost was [[GhostlyGoals only trying to scare the gang off the island to prevent them from meeting the same fate he did.]]

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* In Avatar, firebending was initially portrayed as the evil tool of an oppressive empire. Then it turns out that the true source of it is energy and life, and while the nation is fed a steady stream of propaganda and nationalism, the average fire nation member is generally a decent person.


* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the Diamonds, {{God Emperor}}s of Gemkind, are cold, callous beings of immense power who preside over a [[PlanetLooters Planet Looter]] empire. Pink Diamond, who presided over the colonization of Earth, was so great a threat to organic life on the planet that rebel leader [[AllLovingHero Rose Quartz]] was forced to break her ThouShaltNotKill rule and [[FinalDeath shatter]] her. At least, that's what everyone thinks. In truth, [[spoiler:''Pink Diamond'' had [[GoingNative Gone Native]] and invented the persona of "Rose Quartz" to sabotage her own colony. When that failed, she [[FakingTheDead faked her death]] at Rose's hands, then assumed the role of the pro-organic rebel leader for good.]] The other Diamonds, meanwhile, are far from "good," but it's gradually revealed that they operate under BlueAndOrangeMorality and they all mourn the loss of Pink Diamond.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the Diamonds, {{God Emperor}}s of Gemkind, are cold, callous beings of immense power who preside over a [[PlanetLooters Planet Looter]] empire. Pink Diamond, who presided over the colonization of Earth, was so great a threat to organic life on the planet that rebel leader [[AllLovingHero Rose Quartz]] was forced to break her ThouShaltNotKill rule and [[FinalDeath shatter]] her. At least, that's what everyone thinks. In truth, [[spoiler:''Pink Diamond'' had [[GoingNative Gone Native]] and invented the persona of "Rose Quartz" to sabotage her own colony. When that failed, she [[FakingTheDead faked her death]] at Rose's hands, then assumed the role of the pro-organic rebel leader for good.]] The other Diamonds, meanwhile, are far from "good," but it's gradually revealed that they operate under BlueAndOrangeMorality and they all mourn the loss of Pink Diamond.]]


** Franchise/MetalGear, as a general rule, runs on combination of WellIntentionedExtremism, FreudianExcuse, GambitPileUp, and ChronicBackStabbingDisorder plus a dash of MindScrew for good measure. Who, if anyone, truly opposes or sides with the protagonist in a given installment is basically a coin-flip. A coin-flip in which the coin is [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor flipped several times]], [[TakeAThirdOption lands on its edge as often as heads or tails]], and [[HazyFeelTurn may or may not turn out to have been a double-sided coin the whole time]].

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** Franchise/MetalGear, VideoGame/MetalGear, as a general rule, runs on combination of WellIntentionedExtremism, FreudianExcuse, GambitPileUp, and ChronicBackStabbingDisorder plus a dash of MindScrew for good measure. Who, if anyone, truly opposes or sides with the protagonist in a given installment is basically a coin-flip. A coin-flip in which the coin is [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor flipped several times]], [[TakeAThirdOption lands on its edge as often as heads or tails]], and [[HazyFeelTurn may or may not turn out to have been a double-sided coin the whole time]].


* Toward the end of ''The Wailing'', Il-gwang calls Jong-goo to tell him that he made a terrible mistake when identifying the source of the evil in Goksung: the japanese stranger is not an evil spirit, but a shaman like Il-gwang who desperately tried to stop the WomanInWhite, Moo-Myeong, who was the evil one. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope Il-gwang is lying]]; the Japanese man really is bad and [[EvilAllAlong so is he]].]]

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* Toward the end of ''The Wailing'', Il-gwang calls Jong-goo to tell him that he made a terrible mistake when identifying the source of the evil in Goksung: the japanese stranger is not an evil spirit, but a shaman like Il-gwang who desperately tried to stop the WomanInWhite, [[EtherealWhiteDress woman in white]], Moo-Myeong, who was the evil one. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope Il-gwang is lying]]; the Japanese man really is bad and [[EvilAllAlong so is he]].]]


* Hack & Slash of ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'' only followed Megabyte's orders because they knew Bob would always stop them. [[PutOnABus When Bob is gone]] Slash can't bring himself to kill a Bi-Nome on Megabyte's orders, and says that he misses Bob. Then the two switch sides.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' showed that Jon had a {{pirate}} ancestor who seemed to be evil, but was in reality [[BeenThereShapedHistory a spy for George Washington]].
* Colossus in ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' was a member of Magneto's Acolytes. In his second appearance, it was revealed during a confrontation between him and Wolverine that he was a reluctant member of the group and Magneto had blackmailed him into joining. In subsequent appearances, Colossus was consistently portrayed as the most sympathetic member of the Acolytes and was the first to abandon the group after Magneto was seemingly killed by Apocalypse. He later helped the X-Men in their final battle against Apocalypse and was shown in the DistantFinale to become a full-fledged member of the X-Men following Apocalypse's defeat.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Plucky Duck who's often acts like a {{Jerkass}} is revealed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold. When Acme Looneversity was playing football against Perfecto Prep, Plucky seemed to be giving the opposing team's captain Roderick Rat the Looniversity playbook in exchange for transferring to Perfecto. When his number one fan Little Sneezer the mouse catches him talking [[BrokenPedestal to Roderick he tells Plucky]] [[TearJerker "Say it ain't so, Plucky!"]]. At the end during the last quarter of the game when Sneezer again tells Plucky "Say it ain't so, Plucky!", Plucky smiles and says "It ain't so, Sneezer." Plucky and his team captain Buster Bunny immediately use a play together that was never in the Looniveristy team's playbook and when Roderick states so in angry confusion Buster tells him to check the back...Where Roderick finds the last page reading "Sucker". Turns out Buster planned to have Plucky pretend to help Roderick so they could beat his team in the end.
* Unlike the blob monster that terrorized [[Creator/{{Toonami}} TOM and SARA]] in the [[WesternAnimation/TheIntruder first]] [[WesternAnimation/TheIntruderII two]] ''Intruder''s, the Sand Worm creatures in ''WesternAnimation/TheIntruderIII'' were really trying to help TOM and SARA [[spoiler: get off the planet they landed on and have operated out of since the second ''Intruder'', as the planet was dying.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'': Hack & Slash of ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'' only followed Megabyte's orders because they knew Bob would always stop them. [[PutOnABus When Bob is gone]] Slash can't bring himself to kill a Bi-Nome on Megabyte's orders, and says that he misses Bob. Then the two switch sides.
* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'': One episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' showed shows that Jon had a {{pirate}} ancestor who seemed to be evil, but was in reality [[BeenThereShapedHistory a spy for George Washington]].
* ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'': Colossus in ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' was a member of Magneto's Acolytes. In his second appearance, it was revealed during a confrontation between him and Wolverine that he was a reluctant member of the group and Magneto had blackmailed him into joining. In subsequent appearances, Colossus was consistently portrayed as the most sympathetic member of the Acolytes and was the first to abandon the group after Magneto was seemingly killed by Apocalypse. He later helped the X-Men in their final battle against Apocalypse and was shown in the DistantFinale to become a full-fledged member of the X-Men following Apocalypse's defeat.
* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'': In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', episode, Plucky Duck Duck, who's often acts like a {{Jerkass}} {{Jerkass}}, is revealed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold. When Acme Looneversity was playing football against Perfecto Prep, Plucky seemed to be giving the opposing team's captain Roderick Rat the Looniversity playbook in exchange for transferring to Perfecto. When his number one fan Little Sneezer the mouse catches him talking [[BrokenPedestal to Roderick he tells Plucky]] [[TearJerker "Say it ain't so, Plucky!"]]. At the end during the last quarter of the game when Sneezer again tells Plucky "Say it ain't so, Plucky!", Plucky smiles and says "It ain't so, Sneezer." Plucky and his team captain Buster Bunny immediately use a play together that was never in the Looniveristy team's playbook and when Roderick states so in angry confusion Buster tells him to check the back...Where Roderick finds the last page reading "Sucker". Turns out Buster planned to have Plucky pretend to help Roderick so they could beat his team in the end.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheIntruderIII'': Unlike the blob monster that terrorized [[Creator/{{Toonami}} TOM and SARA]] in the [[WesternAnimation/TheIntruder first]] [[WesternAnimation/TheIntruderII two]] ''Intruder''s, the Sand Worm creatures in ''WesternAnimation/TheIntruderIII'' were really trying to help TOM and SARA [[spoiler: get off the planet they landed on and have operated out of since the second ''Intruder'', as the planet was dying.]]



* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'', the episode’s monster, the Headless Specter, turned out to not be engaging in any criminal activity like the previous villains and was actually defending his manor from the episode’s real villain, a hitchhiker. He even went as far as to help Scooby and friends capture the hitchhiker.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'': In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'', episode, the episode’s monster, the Headless Specter, turned out to not be engaging in any criminal activity like the previous villains and was actually defending his manor from the episode’s real villain, a hitchhiker. He even went as far as to help Scooby and friends capture the hitchhiker.hitchhiker.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS9E21DaringDoubt Daring Doubt]]" reveals that Ahuizotl, one of [[AdventureArchaeologist Daring Do's]] recurring enemies, is the guardian of his jungle and is in charge of keeping the artifacts within it safe, rather than trying to use them for some EvilPlan as was originally thought. Because artifacts keep getting stolen by Daring Do and Caballeron on his watch, he's in trouble with the other guardians and could lose his job if any more go missing, hence his hostility towards them.





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* In the episode [[Recap/SupernaturalS02E19FolsomPrisonBlues "Folsom Prison Blues" (S02, Ep19)]] of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', the warden of the prison turns out to be John Winchester's friend and helps Sam and Dean escape.
* Played for laughs in the first episode of ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. John is summoned (read: kidnapped) by an ominous, well-connected man who offers him money for updates on Sherlock's movements. "I worry about him ''constantly''...we have what you might call a "difficult relationship." Later, Sherlock refers to him as his "arch-enemy." John assumes he's a criminal mastermind, and the viewer could be forgiven for thinking he's Moriarty. It turns out he's just Sherlock's equally-strange older brother.
* Takatora Kureshima[=/=]Kamen Rider Zangetsu in ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'' initially seems to be the BigBad, particularly how he tries to play HopeCrusher for [[TheHero Kouta]]. However, it's gradually revealed that Takatora has been lied to by his inner circle and thinks that only [=1/7th=] of the world's population, at best, can be saved from the [[AlienKudzu Forest of Helheim]]'s invasion, which he views as [[NecessarilyEvil unfortunate but better than the alternative]]. When Kouta reveals that there's an intelligent species with control over Helheim's flora (yet another thing his inner circle hid from him), Takatora gladly joins forces with him in the hopes that they can convince these Overlords to call off the invasion; sadly, at this point the inner circle (plus Takatora's own brother) decides [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness he's outlived his usefulness]]...
* In ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'' episode "Something About Harry", a teenager suspects that his mom's new tenant is an alien infiltrator when people start disappearing around town, whom the tenant is melting into green goo with a futuristic gun. The tenant was actually a U.S. government agent, and everyone he killed was one of the real aliens. The teenager's mother is the one who had really been replaced by the alien parasites.



* In ''Series/CharlieJade'', the dangerous and probably sociopathic [[spoiler:01 Boxer]] is revealed to be this. Despite being a perfect example of GoodIsNotNice, in the end it turns out that [[spoiler:every truly evil act he was blamed for was either committed by someone else or an attempt to oppose the true villains without revealing his hand. Despite this, in his home universe he is at best an AntiHero, and in another universe where he changes to be a better person he reveals to his wife that he is tortured by what a bad person he is in his home universe.]]
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E12TheStolenEarth "The Stolen Earth"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]], [[spoiler:Dalek Caan]] ''was'' a villain in his last appearance, but [[spoiler:took an unprotected jaunt through the Time Vortex and both came to a HeelRealization and lost his mind, deciding to destroy the Daleks]]. He claims, however, that the good guys would still have won without his help.



* Takatora Kureshima[=/=]Kamen Rider Zangetsu in ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'' initially seems to be the BigBad, particularly how he tries to play HopeCrusher for [[TheHero Kouta]]. However, it's gradually revealed that Takatora has been lied to by his inner circle and thinks that only [=1/7th=] of the world's population, at best, can be saved from the [[AlienKudzu Forest of Helheim]]'s invasion, which he views as [[NecessarilyEvil unfortunate but better than the alternative]]. When Kouta reveals that there's an intelligent species with control over Helheim's flora (yet another thing his inner circle hid from him), Takatora gladly joins forces with him in the hopes that they can convince these Overlords to call off the invasion; sadly, at this point the inner circle (plus Takatora's own brother) decides [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness he's outlived his usefulness]]…



* ''Series/WetHotAmericanSummerFirstDayOfCamp'': The Falcon, President Reagan's personal assassin, was apparently this. As soon as it's revealed, however, [[LampshadeHanging Beth points out that it makes no sense at all]], since The Falcon had repeatedly tried to kill her and had successfully killed two of her friends along with several others. The Falcon says that he'd like to explain but there's somewhere he really has to be.
* A character on ''[[Series/{{Supergirl2015}} Supergirl]]'' is traditionally a villain in the comics, but is revealed to be this on the television show. [[spoiler:This is because the character, Hank Henshaw, [[DeadPersonImpersonation is actually]] a disguised J'onn J'onzz, the ComicBook/MartianManhunter, who ''is'' a hero in the comics]].
** Lena Luthor is initially introduced as a possible new villain, and the first half of Season 2 is spent asking "is she or isn't she?". By the second half of Season 2 it's firmly established that she was indeed not only good all along, but is well on the way to becoming Kara's best friend.



* In ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'' episode "Something About Harry", a teenager suspects that his mom's new tenant is an alien infiltrator when people start disappearing around town, whom the tenant is melting into green goo with a futuristic gun. The tenant was actually a U.S. government agent, and everyone he killed was one of the real aliens. The teenager's mother is the one who had really been replaced by the alien parasites.
* Played for laughs in the first episode of ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. John is summoned (read: kidnapped) by an ominous, well-connected man who offers him money for updates on Sherlock's movements. "I worry about him ''constantly''...we have what you might call a "difficult relationship." Later, Sherlock refers to him as his "arch-enemy." John assumes he's a criminal mastermind, and the viewer could be forgiven for thinking he's Moriarty. It turns out he's just Sherlock's equally-strange older brother.
* A character on ''[[Series/{{Supergirl2015}} Supergirl]]'' is traditionally a villain in the comics, but is revealed to be this on the television show. [[spoiler:This is because the character, Hank Henshaw, [[DeadPersonImpersonation is actually]] a disguised J'onn J'onzz, the ComicBook/MartianManhunter, who ''is'' a hero in the comics]].
** Lena Luthor is initially introduced as a possible new villain, and the first half of Season 2 is spent asking "is she or isn't she?". By the second half of Season 2 it's firmly established that she was indeed not only good all along, but is well on the way to becoming Kara's best friend.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': In [[Recap/SupernaturalS02E19FolsomPrisonBlues "Folsom Prison Blues" (S02, Ep19)]], the warden of the prison turns out to be John Winchester's friend and helps Sam and Dean escape.



* In ''Series/CharlieJade'', the dangerous and probably sociopathic [[spoiler:01 Boxer]] is revealed to be this. Despite being a perfect example of GoodIsNotNice, in the end it turns out that [[spoiler:every truly evil act he was blamed for was either committed by someone else or an attempt to oppose the true villains without revealing his hand. Despite this, in his home universe he is at best an AntiHero, and in another universe where he changes to be a better person he reveals to his wife that he is tortured by what a bad person he is in his home universe.]]

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* In ''Series/CharlieJade'', the dangerous and probably sociopathic [[spoiler:01 Boxer]] is revealed to be ''Series/WetHotAmericanSummerFirstDayOfCamp'': The Falcon, President Reagan's personal assassin, was apparently this. Despite being a perfect example of GoodIsNotNice, in the end it turns As soon as it's revealed, however, [[LampshadeHanging Beth points out that [[spoiler:every truly evil act he was blamed for was either committed by someone else or an attempt it makes no sense at all]], since The Falcon had repeatedly tried to oppose the true villains without revealing his hand. Despite this, in his home universe he is at best an AntiHero, kill her and in another universe where he changes to be a better person he reveals to his wife had successfully killed two of her friends along with several others. The Falcon says that he'd like to explain but there's somewhere he is tortured by what a bad person he is in his home universe.]]really has to be.



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* In ''WebVideo/TribeTwelve'' [[spoiler: we got Firebrand who at first was just a member of the slendy elite team AKA the Collective,but we soon learn that not only does he care about Noah but he is none other then Sir swear a lot himself. according to his own words he's always been there for Noah.]]

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* In ''WebVideo/TribeTwelve'' [[spoiler: we got Firebrand who at first was just a member of the slendy elite team AKA the Collective,but Collective, but we soon learn that not only does he care about Noah but he is none other then Sir swear a lot SirSwearsAlot himself. according According to his own words he's always been there for Noah.]]


* In the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series of video games, King Dedede's almost always portrayed as the BigBad in the beginning of a given game, but usually turns out to be either this or just an innocent jerk. The most blatant case is probably [[spoiler:''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure''/''Nightmare in Dream Land'', where he destroys the Star Rod and prevents everyone in Dream Land from dreaming. It turns out he was just trying to stop [[BigBad Night]][[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere mare]] from taking over the Fountain of Dreams]].

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* In the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series of video games, King Dedede's almost always portrayed as the BigBad in the beginning of a given game, but usually turns out to be either this or just an innocent jerk. The most blatant case is probably [[spoiler:''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure''/''Nightmare in Dream Land'', where he destroys breaks up the Star Rod and prevents everyone in Dream Land from dreaming. It turns out he was just trying to stop [[BigBad Night]][[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere mare]] from taking over infesting the Fountain of Dreams]].Dreams from wreaking havoc]].


* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Plucky Duck who's often acts like a {{Jerkass}} is revealed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold. When Acme Looneversity was playing football against Perfecto Prep, Plucky seemed to be giving the opposing team's captain Roderick Rat the Looniversity playbook in exchange for transferring to Perfecto. When his number one fan Little Sneezer the mouse catches him talking [[BrokenPedestal to Roderick he tells Plucky]] [[TearJerker "Say it ain't so, Plucky!"]]. At the end during the last quarter of the game when Sneezer again tells Plucky "Say it ain't so, Plucky!", Plucky smiles and says [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments "It ain't so, Sneezer."]]. Plucky and his team captain Buster Bunny immediately use a play together that was never in the Looniveristy team's playbook and when Roderick states so in angry confusion Buster tells him to check the back...Where [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Roderick finds the last page reading "Sucker"]]. Turns out Buster planned to have Plucky pretend to help Roderick so they could beat his team in the end.

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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Plucky Duck who's often acts like a {{Jerkass}} is revealed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold. When Acme Looneversity was playing football against Perfecto Prep, Plucky seemed to be giving the opposing team's captain Roderick Rat the Looniversity playbook in exchange for transferring to Perfecto. When his number one fan Little Sneezer the mouse catches him talking [[BrokenPedestal to Roderick he tells Plucky]] [[TearJerker "Say it ain't so, Plucky!"]]. At the end during the last quarter of the game when Sneezer again tells Plucky "Say it ain't so, Plucky!", Plucky smiles and says [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments "It ain't so, Sneezer."]]. " Plucky and his team captain Buster Bunny immediately use a play together that was never in the Looniveristy team's playbook and when Roderick states so in angry confusion Buster tells him to check the back...Where [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Roderick finds the last page reading "Sucker"]]."Sucker". Turns out Buster planned to have Plucky pretend to help Roderick so they could beat his team in the end.


* ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'': ''Burial at Sea'' reveals that [[spoiler:Daisy Fitzroy was all along an agent of the Lucete Twins, and her MoralEventHorizon crossing and subsequent death at Elizabeth's hands were [[ThanatosGambit all part of the plan]] to harden Elizabeth and turn her into the woman who would in the future bring down Comstock and the Founders.]]

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* ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'': ''Burial at Sea'' ''BioshockInfinite/BurialAtSea'' reveals that [[spoiler:Daisy Fitzroy was all along an agent of the Lucete Twins, and her MoralEventHorizon crossing and subsequent death at Elizabeth's hands were [[ThanatosGambit all part of the plan]] to harden Elizabeth and turn her into the woman who would in the future bring down Comstock and the Founders.]]



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