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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' features Yuga, who in spite of [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver wearing a black bodysuit and having red hair]] has a long purple cloak. [[spoiler: He turns out to be TheDragon to Princess Hilda, a counterpart of Zelda with purple hair and a purple-and-white dress. Her design, however, does have traces of red, blue, and gold, showing that she's not so bad at heart]].

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds'' features Yuga, who in spite of [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver wearing a black bodysuit and having red hair]] has a long purple cloak. [[spoiler: He turns out to be TheDragon to Princess Hilda, a counterpart of Zelda with purple hair and a purple-and-white dress. Her design, however, does have traces of red, blue, and gold, showing that she's not so bad at heart]].

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* ''Animation/PleasantGoatAndBigBigWolf'': In the ''Pleasant Goat Fun Class'' series, Wolffy's purple shirt and orange beret contrast with Weslie's [[PrimaryColorChampion yellow, red, and blue outfit]] (Wolffy is a villain in the main series, but [[AdaptationalNiceGuy has his villainous qualities heavily downplayed]] in ''Pleasant Goat Fun Class''; he ''is'' still ruder in comparison to the goats, though).
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* Modern depictions of ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}''[='s=] Ridley frequently have him as a purplish dragon with orange details such as eyes and inner wings. Interestingly, he has also been depicted in artwork as primarily green (in ''[[VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission Zero Mission]]'') or orange (in ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', despite his in-game sprite being purple too).

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* Modern depictions of ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}''[='s=] Ridley frequently have him as a purplish dragon with orange details such as eyes and inner wings.wings (though his wings are often colored red or pink). Interestingly, he has also been depicted in artwork as primarily green (in ''[[VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission Zero Mission]]'') or orange (in ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'', despite his in-game sprite being purple too).

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** ComicBook/{{Artemis}}' regular uniform colors (post-''Artemis: Requiem'' and until the ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' reboot) are a a combination of light and dark greens (or white and green) and her hair is red. She started her character arc as TheRival and AntiHeroSubstitute to Diana, before becoming one of her most stalwart allies.

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** DD's sometime nemesis Wilson Fisk, AKA Kingpin often combines his white jacket with purple pants and an orange waistcoat.


* Vaati from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap'' wears almost nothing but purple. When he takes control of Hyrule Castle, he turns it purple and complements it with green rugs and decorations. Link himself (clad in green, as usual) averts this.

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* Played with in the ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series, where the hero Link wears green clothes but several villains use a combination of secondary colors.
** The Skull Kid in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' wears orange and lime green clothes with the mostly purple titular mask.
** TheHeavy of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames'', Veran, wears a purple costume with a streak of orange in her hair. Her fairy form is entirely green, and her insect forms are dark purple.
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Vaati from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap'' wears almost nothing but purple. When he takes control of Hyrule Castle, he turns it purple and complements it with green rugs and decorations. Link himself (clad in green, as usual) averts this.this.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' gives Chancellor Cole orange hair and a green uniform (which was almost certainly copied from the tunic of the previous Link).
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' features Yuga, who in spite of [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver wearing a black bodysuit and having red hair]] has a long purple cloak. [[spoiler: He turns out to be TheDragon to Princess Hilda, a counterpart of Zelda with purple hair and a purple-and-white dress. Her design, however, does have traces of red, blue, and gold, showing that she's not so bad at heart]].


A sub-trope of GoodColorsEvilColors. See also RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, EvilWearsBlack and GreyscaleOfEvil.

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A sub-trope of GoodColorsEvilColors. See also RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, EvilWearsBlack and GreyscaleOfEvil.
GrayscaleOfEvil.


A sub-trope of GoodColorsEvilColors. See also RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, EvilWearsBlack.

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A sub-trope of GoodColorsEvilColors. See also RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, EvilWearsBlack.
EvilWearsBlack and GreyscaleOfEvil.


* In ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'', Kaecilius is TheHeavy and wears light orange robes. His master [[spoiler:Dormammmu]] has a purple ColorMotif. Finally, [[spoiler:Karl Mordo undergoes a FaceHeelTurn and appropriately wears mostly green clothing.]]

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* ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse''
** Throughout the Infinity Saga, Thanos has the same purple skin as his comic counterpart. On the other hand, he wears blue and gold armor, symbolizing that he still thinks of himself as the good guy despite all his atrocities.
** [[Film/{{Thor}} Loki]] wears a green costume for many of his appearances. He switches to blue when he cements his HeelFaceTurn in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', while the BigBad Hela wears a green-and-black suit.
** The Mandarin is depicted in ''Film/IronMan3'' with a dark green robe. [[spoiler: It's actually an invoked case, since he's actually an actor portraying the terrorist leader. Aldrich Killian and the other Extremis users often have their skin turn orange when they tap into the virus]].
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In ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'', Kaecilius is TheHeavy and wears light orange robes. His master [[spoiler:Dormammmu]] has a purple ColorMotif. Finally, [[spoiler:Karl Mordo undergoes a FaceHeelTurn and appropriately wears mostly green clothing.]]


** Broly's design in ''Anime/DragonBallSuperBroly'' is dressed in predominantly black, purple, and green, contrasting the red, white, and gold of his ''Z'' counterpart.



** [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/onepiece/images/d/df/Kaido_Anime_Concept_Art.png/revision/latest?cb=20180217163626 Kaido]] employs all secondary colors known to man, and is built up as one of the biggest threats of the One Piece world.

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** [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/onepiece/images/d/df/Kaido_Anime_Concept_Art.png/revision/latest?cb=20180217163626 Kaido]] employs all secondary colors known to man, and is built up as one of the biggest threats of the One Piece ''One Piece'' world.


* On ''WesternAnimation/HarveyStreetKids'' and ''Harvey Girls Forever!'', Audrey's sister Zoe and her friends wear matching outfits colored yellow-orange, purple, and white, and Zoe also wears light green shoes.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/HarveyStreetKids'' and ''Harvey Girls Forever!'', Audrey's sister Zoe and her friends wear matching outfits cheerleader uniforms colored yellow-orange, purple, and white, and Zoe also wears light green shoes.


%%* On ''WesternAnimation/HarveyStreetKids'', Audrey's sister Zoe and her friends were matching outfits colored yellow-orange, purple, and white, and Zoe also wears light green shoes.

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%%* * On ''WesternAnimation/HarveyStreetKids'', ''WesternAnimation/HarveyStreetKids'' and ''Harvey Girls Forever!'', Audrey's sister Zoe and her friends were wear matching outfits colored yellow-orange, purple, and white, and Zoe also wears light green shoes.

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* ''Series/WonderWoman1975'': Marion Mariposa wears purple and is the closest thing to a ArchEnemy in the series despite his animosity and encounters being with Diana Prince rather than Wonder Woman as he's the only villain to face her more than once and he and Di both feel ItsPersonal by their second meeting.

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** ''ComicBook/WonderWomanAndTheStarRiders'': Purrsia wears a purple dress, cape, boots and gloves.

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** Dr. Poison I wore green from head to toe, and lavender outfit beneath her disguise.

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