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The Villain Whitewashing Service is where you take some Misaimed Fandom, add a lot of Draco in Leather Pants, a hint of Bunny-Ears Lawyer and/or Flanderization, a small chunk of Badass Decay, and you make your favorite villain sound like a pretty decent but incredibly misunderstood guy. List your examples under your Troper name, alphabetically, and hide the answers using spoilers. Please include the story your character is fromnote , no matter how popular it is.

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Camacan
  • He never ignores you. There will always be a room for you. Treats all his people like family. Always willing to explain, even if he seems self-contradictory at first. A firm hand in this time of war, ready to make the hard decisions. Big Brother from Nineteen Eighty-Four

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Canonier

  • A race of deathless guardians existing beyond time and space. They believe very firmly in the power of the community, and dedicate themselves to scientific research and making sure the laws of nature continue to function. They once sponsored a major effort to improve timekeeping. The Auditors from Discworld.
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  • A man of science who only wants to grant the cute little critters who inhabit the neighboring area enough power to strike back against the killer robots who invaded the area and whoever sent them. Keep in mind that his plan harnesses only all-natural ingredients. The Doctor from Cave Story
  • A boy who lost everything he held dear to the most terrible monster ever to exist. His strength and bravery helped save all of existence. His reward for this valiant deed was to be locked up with a megalomaniac who kept whispering lies and temptations into his ear. After he broke out with every intention of making the world a better place, most of his so-called heroes turned on him. Now he roams time and space, always looking for a way back home; a way back to his family, the girl he loved, and everything else he misses so. Though he's made some wrong decisions, deep in his heart, he just wants to be a hero. Superboy-Prime.
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  • Through hard work and dedication, he became the best of the best. Still, he was told he could never be the Chosen One, and, thus, he was fated never to achieve his maximum potential. But he decided to Screw Destiny and prove that the only choice that matters is one's own...before the supposed "hero" decided to kill him over a worthless scrap of paper. Tai Lung from Kung Fu Panda.

CalvinandHobbesPwns

  • A socially awkward girl with problems expressing emotion who was cast aside by her parents like she meant nothing to them, only to be taken in by someone who raised her for a few years, then betrayed her and her beloved nation when they needed her the most. Her home was dissolving into chaos, the world's greatest protector had completely vanished, and one of the few people she thought she could trust was refusing to help. Despite knowing she would be maligned as an evil tyrant, she took matters into her own hands, helping to bring order and balance to a crumbling nation using any means necessary-even those that attacked her nation, she allowed to live and sent them to camps where they could learn to be more loyal people and contribute to others rather than harming them. When she decided to expand her nation in order to bring the rest of the world under her care as well, her fiancé was kidnapped and she was forced to choose between her home and man she loved. When all was said and done, after all the pain she'd gone through and all the hard decisions she'd had to make, she managed only a Bittersweet Ending, finally finding someone she could open up to about her pain, but still being sent to prison. Plus, she built a giant robot, and that's just awesome. Kuvira, The Legend of Korra

ChaosHeart77

  • A family man who loves his wife and son dearly likes to keep his home in perfect order and strives to protect his family from reckless use of powerful magic. Vernon Dursley, Harry Potter
  • She adores children, and whenever she meets a child who's received a bad lot in life, she takes them in and offers them anything and everything they could ever want. The Other Mother, Coraline

Chelonianmobile

  • Star-crossed lovers who must keep their socially-unaccepted relationship secret, yet manage to find time to share their hobbies and attempt to show their love to their ungrateful drug-abusing son. Condesce and GHB as shown in Hivefled.

Chessanator

  • An officer of the law in a society of AI, he is betrayed by his government when he fails to capture the most dangerous menace to ever threaten that society. He attempts to make a place for himself in the world and brings many like-minded individuals to his cause while trying to get revenge on the criminal who ended his career. He is ultimately killed when the government hires that very same criminal to murder him. Agent Smith, The Matrix
  • This man founded a company to tirelessly pursue the advancement of Science in ways which had great potential for curing several degrading mental disorders, but even as he became the most powerful man in the world, was still prepared to return to the very bottom of his company in order to help protect the lowliest of his employees. He carefully ensured that the most dangerous technologies invented by his company were concealed, and therefore his death led quickly to the apocalypse. Boyd Langton, Dollhouse

Chipsa Dipsa

  • A disfigured scientist who creates groundbreaking compounds that can, for example, strengthen the user, out of love for her field of study. She works to help her country, which is being attacked by foreigners. Isabel Maru, Wonder Woman (2017)

Chivesand Basil

  • A man deeply devoted to his village, he'd do anything to ensure it had a strong and capable leader. He grew more and more bitter over time but never stopped working towards a bright and shining future for his village. He was killed trying to take down the two biggest threats to his home, trying to make something good come from his death, and ultimately failed in one of the more tragic manners. Shimura Danzo, Naruto

Cid Pollendina

  • A being who travels the world, helping governments and locals in need, this man has dedicated his days solely to making his family happy and bringing a new era of progression to the world. Incompetent workers make his work stressful, and a Pagan Goddess and her deranged eco-terrorists make his life hell. Hoggish Greedly from Captain Planetand The Planeteers
  • A loving, caring father and a great leader, who had managed to make his kingdom grow in a hostile land, constantly has to face two genocidal bullies and their associates who confront him violently when he simply attempts to bring the one he loves most to his home. Bowser/Koopa from Super Mario Bros.

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  • An old man who has been walking the Earth to find people he shared a drink with years ago and share knowledge and memories with them. Sometimes shares drinks and knowledge with his daughter and even random strangers. Szilard Quates from Baccano!
  • A queen who wishes to execute all those she deems to be criminals in her kingdom. The Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland
  • An excellent host who gives advice to confused young women and took in an abandoned child when no one else would. Doc Scratch from Homestuck
  • Seven children who all love their father and would do anything for him. The Homunculi from Fullmetal Alchemist
    • The eldest son who takes great pride in his important position among his siblings. Pride
    • The only daughter and Only Sane Woman of the family, who keeps her siblings in check. Lust
    • A young man who didn't like the direction his family's goals were going and ran away. Greed
    • A young man who is especially enthusiastic about serving his father's goals. Envy
    • A very chipper boy with a big appetite. Gluttony
    • A boy who works hard, no matter how tired he gets. Sloth
    • The youngest son, with the single most important job of all of them: Leader of the entire country! Wrath
  • Alternatively, seven tortured souls who seek help from a smiling old lady The Homunculi from the Fullmetal Alchemist 2003 series
    • A man seeking revenge on his father for abandoning him and his aging mother Envy
    • A woman desperately seeking a purpose in life Lust
    • A boy longing for parental affection Wrath
    • A proud leader of the country Pride
    • A woman who is trying to find a way out of her amnesia Sloth
    • A woman who takes pride in her looks, misses the man she loves after he leaves her and is afraid of dying Dante
    • Gluttony and Greed are left out because they're basically the same in both continuities.

CKY

  • A creative, brilliant, charismatic young leader, rising up to save his fellow people from the domination of an opposing government which conquered the planet through civil war. Megatron from Transformers.

Closet Extrovert

  • Tired of the constant workload he has to endure, along with frivolous laws that include a humiliating dress code, this paper pusher manages to seize control of the monarchy's power, single-handedly wins the war with a rival kingdom, and now seeks to do away with as much of the oppressive system governing his people's existence as he can. But first, he must contend with four foreign rebels and their guardians, who are intent on wresting control from him - made worse when the tool which allowed him to rise to power in the first place falls into the wrong hands. Oh, and in an alternate life, he plays a mean piano. Jack Noir from Homestuck.

Colonial 1.1

  • There was once a man, a man with an unshakeable belief in himself and in order, who was born with the right to rule over and protect his world. He also had to see to that world's, and therefore his, interests and resources. When he looked around his home, he saw his order implemented to perfection, so much so that his people called him their God. Oh, he had to keep them on their toes every now and then, and had to give them a large amount of work to do, but on a planet like his, harsh environs and all, this was very necessary. He then looked to the endless stars and planets out beyond his realm, and thought that he should bring his order to the chaos out there, maybe even create an entire state, comprising them all in perfect lawful harmony. His, of course. After all, his way had worked so well here, he should bring it everywhere!
    • The nearest world, however, was not very receptive to his ideas, or his requisition of territory (they didn't even need it!). In fact, they and their incompetent, superstitious, blowhard of a leader launched a massive, completely pointless war with the man, taking his world's meager resources almost to its breaking point. Peace came with a terrible, personal cost: the ruler's very own son. In his own son's place was that of his enemy, who would become, despite what little attention the busy ruler could spare him (and military training, too), a lumbering oaf who, more often than not, roared off on reckless campaigns which did not help (or even hindered) his 'father'. Oh, how the man tried to make the impetuous child understand that his attempts to please were going the wrong way, but somehow, none of it got through.
    • The Ruler would look elsewhere to bring his ideas to full flowering, resources to properly sustain his governance, worlds lush and chaotic, clearly meant for his fiery gaze to meet and put the law to. He would meet his biological son many more times in his search, now a man in his prime, a nearly unparalleled warrior. Sadly, this most worthy son had been raised and thoroughly indoctrinated by his old foe, and could not be swayed from their inconsiderate and illogical ways by any means. In all their encounters, the father would always praise his wayward son and his fighting ability, no matter how harsh the fighting, no matter how vitriolic the outburst in return.
    • Eventually, the Ruler would come across a little blue world in the backwaters of an average galaxy, which nevertheless had many extraordinary things and people upon it. So chaotic, though! Many times he would attempt to make the people of this world see things his way, but he would always be thwarted by the self-righteous hypocrites who would have none of it, foremost among them, a man who didn't even belong to that world! The Ruler gradually became tired of it, seeking a way to easily and instantly bring order to the cosmos, a way which he could handle within his own specific parameters. In the end, this Ruler would find that way...and then die before he could properly bring it to function throughout the universe, all at the hands of a man who gave up his own beliefs to kill him. Darkseid. Yeah, it's a doozy, but a piece of work like him deserves a doozy.

Comonad

  • This far-seeing teacher takes a young man of prophecy as his apprentice, in hopes that someday, the two can stop the cult that destroyed his hometown from causing the destruction of the entire world. Master Van from Tales of the Abyss.

Concillius

  • All he wants to do is become king and replace the corrupt and ineffectual rulers who got his homeland into a brutal war in the first place. While he betrayed his friends to do so, they were planning on abandoning him and his noble cause to pursue their own selfish interests. The one hit hardest by the betrayal, his best friend and second-in-command, was a sociopath who only knew how to kill and took clear enjoyment in slaughtering people weaker than himself. Griffith from Berserk.
  • He wants the world to be a better place and actively tries to accomplish his dream. While he is a remorseless killer, he only killed those who either deserved it or got in his way. He admitted that he was not perfect and had no place in the world he was trying to create. His main foe was a man who was hiding two criminals with knowledge of government secrets, and who not only made no attempt to improve his personality but actively embraced his worst flaws. The Operative from Serenity.

Crash Man

  • A jaded teen who was born with powers that isolated him from other people when he tried to interact with them. He teamed up with a person and started a relationship with her only to be double-crossed. In pursuit, he hopes to gain vengeance and give justice to six other people who were also victims of her monstrous treachery (as well as stop anyone from dating her at all, for the sake of the universe, so that no more people suffer), albeit in differing ways. Some Chaotic Evil hipster and a terrible story writer stand in all of their ways. Simply put, they all had some mental issue and really were just a support group that should have made use of the "group" part of their function, and maybe tried to emulate less of their Crapsack World. Erroneously labeled as a monster on the grounds of his goal of preserving those he loves so they don't die. Gideon Gordon Graves of The League of Evil Exes, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World...(shudders) I hate vs. the World outside of the League of Evil Exes. 'Nuff said.
  • A man who loved his wife so much that he kept her alive in a water tank and tried to cure her ailment while coping with his own ailment in the process. Mr. Freeze, the Batman series.
  • Rank 9 in his group. While too relaxed for his own good, a treacherous member is confronted by him in the most peaceful and intellectual way possible. The traitor's friends make insulting remarks about his psychosocial condition, which provokes him to throttle the three before ultimately being defeated. Demyx of Organization XIII, Kingdom Hearts series

Crazed Ninja

  • A great king who took one of the few surviving members of a ninja clan in and raised her as his own daughter. He allows his people to live simple lives in which they never have to worry about anything, and his subjects obey his every command with enthusiasm. Overlord Zenon, Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories
  • An experienced lawyer who will do anything it takes to make sure the guilty are brought to justice. He was even kind enough to take in the son of his fiercest enemy after he was orphaned. Manfred von Karma, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
  • A gentleman who believes strongly in honor, and values the trust of his clients above all else. Shelly de Killer, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (Does it count if he was already portrayed somewhat sympathetically in the series?)
  • He is an ordinary man who wishes for nothing more than to live an ordinary life but is prevented from doing so due to an unfortunate and bizarre fetish. Yoshikage Kira, Jojos Bizarre Adventure
  • A brilliant scientist who lost his wife to a terrible accident in the very lab he worked in. Despite the loss of his wife, he continued his research and developed revolutionary technology, just for the chance to be reunited with his love. Gendo Ikari, Neon Genesis Evangelion
  • An angel who provided unconditional love to a depressed and confused child in his darkest hour, and sacrificed his life for the sake of humanity. Kaworu Nagisa, Neon Genesis Evangelion

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  • A self-driven visionary with unbelievable charisma and ingenuity, with a new resource of extraterrestrial origin, becomes the focus of religious zeal and devotion from his followers. Somehow immortal, and has always re-emerged to help his beloved people not just once, but three times, all the while working to improve their lives and end an oppressive regime. Kane, from the Command & Conquer: Tiberian Series.

Crocket Lawnchair

  • A small, plucky little robot who tries to be smart, even though he really isn't. After assisting a human in toppling the former robot in control, he gets in control, goes mad with power, and is jettisoned into space. Once out of power, he really is sorry for what he did, but no one can hear him now. Wheatley, Portal 2
  • A group of young adults just trying to get some cool pets. Any villainous team (Pick your favorite), Pokémon.
  • A talented, if conceited, chef just trying to make some wonderful dishes, yet always annoyed/foiled by a womanizing old man and his mentally disabled apprentice. Endive, Chowder
  • Some guards just trying to do their jobs and stop the escaping prisoner. The Guards, The Escapists

Cyan Flame

  • All she wants is for her cruel, disobedient daughter is to take up an interest in sewing. Other Mother, Coraline

Daibhid C

  • A young man who is always smiling and has the spirit of a child. His ultimate aim is to eradicate death itself. Jonathan Teatime, Discworld
  • A police officer who was crippled when a superhero failed to live up to his responsibilities, but subsequently managed to empower himself. He then dedicated himself to helping the hero who failed him become a better person. Hunter Zolomon/Zoom II, The Flash

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  • He is a king ruling over a peaceful land. He has a big appetite, but not as much as his rival. He is commonly the target of body stealing eldritch abominations. He just wants to relax. King Dedede from Kirby.
  • He wants to enjoy a fine, sophisticated lifestyle. He can't due to his extremely annoying neighbor and co-worker. Squidward, from Spongebob Squarepants. Not really a villain but portrayed antagonistically.
    • After losing most of a recipe to a co-worker (who is the epitome of penny-pinching), he then became a competitor with said co-worker. Unfortunately, the one part of the recipe he had was garbage. He was then forced to stoop as low as stealing food. Plankton.
  • He got rid of pain, sorrow, and hatred. Once, he tried to share it with others, however, he ended up in a Fate Worse than Death. Cyrus, from Pokémon Diamond / Pearl / Platinum.
  • A man who, while being morally cleaner than his brothers and co-workers, is constantly hated due to the fact that his job description sounds like someone else's. Hades, from Greek Mythology.
  • A boy who was cruelly manipulated by a man who may or may not be his father, and whose beliefs, ideals, and dreams of liberation were shattered by the person he considered his only friend. N, from Pokémon Black / White.
  • A race of creatures who cannot survive without a radiation that should be lethal, and they need cybertronics, too. They were 100% hated by everyone and everything and were wiped out by their only friend, the protagonist. The Grox, from Spore.
  • A trio of men who work for the man who saved their lives, moral or not. Some are convinced they're women. The Shadow Triad, from Pokémon Black / White
  • A man following his leader's ideal of making a better world. When that fails, he tries to simply find new resources for mankind. Saturn, from Pokémon Diamond / Pearl / Platinum.
  • Throughout his childhood, he was picked on because he was small and weak. When he finally escapes this place, ho goes into a place that is only worse. Despite a huge disadvantage in this new land, he manages to turn a collection of rogues into a strict, orderly band of workers. Scourge from Warriors

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  • Understanding that the world he lived in was corrupted beyond repair, he used his powers to ensure that the world would be properly reborn in a better state. Kyurem, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
  • She had lived in the depths of despair for who knows how long in a hostile world. Despite this, she managed to find a loyal group of friends, who brought her out. She deeply cares about her friends and is saddened by their suffering, and hopes that by rebirth of the world, her friends' pain will finally be relieved. Munna, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
  • Bullied and teased as a child, he could only find refuge in the silver screen. The actors there provided him with the idea that he could rise against those who had troubled him. His fierce determination led to him finally getting the strength to show that he was no longer going to tolerate being pushed around. Muggshot, Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus
  • As a poor child, he was fascinated by the New Year fireworks displays of the noblemen of his country. He spent well over a decade refining his talent... only for them to not hold up. With fierce determination, he improved his skills and became a powerful leader... only to be defeated and humiliated by a small-time thief. Combined with his beloved daughter being taken away to be married to an unscrupulous tyrant, this was enough to break him. He struggled with finding inner peace, and was unable... until, ironically, he somehow was roped into working with his fiercest enemy. The Panda King, Sly Cooper series
  • He was only just starting to make a name for himself when he was rendered frozen alive in a freak accident. Once he awoke, he resumed work in a land of new beliefs and values, making him a big-time Fish out of Temporal Water. He sought to tame the wilderness in ways that would've made his people proud back in his time. In addition, he managed to create a shipping empire consisting of tireless trains- the fact that he got four artifacts of incredible power are a big sign of what he's capable of. Only problem was, in the new age, his practices made him a big target by environmentalists... and other criminals. Jean Bison, Sly 2: Band of Thieves
  • His talents were incredible, and it seemed like he was on the way to become a big-time opera star... until the times changed and opera was replaced by a more disagreeable genre of music. Enraged and out of work, he still had some loyal fans, and with these he rose to prominence once more. One day, he hopes to show the world the talents that they had rejected long ago. Don Octavio, Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
  • Strong, agile, wise, bold- these words aren't enough to describe this lawful-good man. Proud of his capabilities and appreciative of his workers, he keeps the town safe from any intruders. He even managed to bring a notorious criminal to justice. Sheriff Toothpick, Thieves in Time
    • He was uprisen from his life of street crime for his art talents... and the art world hated him. Nowadays, he refines his art techniques and is a renowned paleologist, recovering never-before-seen Stone Age artwork with pinpoint accuracy. However, he is constantly at odds with his uncaring and greedy boss. And besides, he just loves to skate- the one thing that lets him escape from reality. Grizz
  • Just a simple baker of the royal court, the greedy and unscrupulous king framed him for a crime he didn't commit. Thus, he was executed. He managed to rise later, seeking to prove his rightful name against the one who resembles the king that framed him. The mummy baker, Courage the Cowardly Dog
  • It is a simple-spoken being that truly means no harm. All it wanted was to assist a young man who was struggling with heavy self-confidence issues. Unfortunately, its appearance, combined with its strange mannerisms and method of communication, led to it being associated with fear and dread. The blue nightmare creature (call it whatever you want) from "Perfect", Courage the Cowardly Dog
  • All he ever wanted to do was to retrieve a valuable artifact of his that was stolen. Nothing can ever beat his persistience. King Ramses, Courage the Cowardly Dog

Dante Dyavol

  • A simple-minded man that is unknowingly hurting people, while he only sees that the people that he is hurting are incredibly happy and enjoying his presence. The Pyro, Team Fortress 2

Dcoetzee

  • Despite being a scientist at the top of his field and achieving results that nobody else can, this loving father still struggles to keep his job. On top of that, he actively involves his family in his research. Shou Tucker from Fullmetal Alchemist

Dear Prudynce

  • He took over the kingdom after his brother died. Scar from The Lion King
  • He wanted to marry a nice girl who liked to read. Gaston from Beauty and the Beast
  • She's a single mother who runs her own business. Mom from Futurama.

DemonDuckofDoom

  • A grieving father is harassed, tricked into murder, and ultimately slain by his son's killer. Howard Saint, The Punisher (2004)
  • A cop uncovers a conspiracy to overthrow the government. O'Brien, 1984
  • One soldier stands alone to defend his country from a foreign conspiracy. General Jack D. Ripper,Dr. Strangelove
  • A king whose father just died has to deal with five traitors, two of whom are his own kin. Joffrey Baratheon, A Song of Ice and Fire
  • A priestess seeks to enlighten the godless population across the sea. Melisandre, A Song of Ice and Fire
  • A father hunts a monster lurking in the woods near his home. Joe Montague, The Galaxy Invader
  • A patriot hunts down a deserter who seeks to ruin the war effort. Thor, Teenagers from Outer Space
  • An old lady wants some peace and quiet. Mrs. Albright, Stitches (2001)
  • A preacher man saves a bunch of children from the clutches of death. Czakyr, Children of the Night
  • A working class man has a good time after his wife kicks him out. Stagger Lee, "Stagger Lee" by Nick Cave
  • A devout priest seeks to revive the goddess he worships. Fuad Ramses, Blood Feast
  • A man who's been on a spaceship his while life tries to see land for the first time. Elijah Kalgan, Space Mutiny
  • A military commander protects his base and wife from rebels while she gives birth. Captain Vidal, Pan's Labyrinth

Devicho

  • A child's kindness is repaid by them getting pushed into a murder-suicide plot by their new best friend. When his unwillingness to actually commit murder gets him killed instead, he is unintentionally brought back to life countless years later in an unrelated science experiment that leaves him emotionally crippled and a functional quadriplegic, but also one with a newfound ability to bounce back from death and "reset" time back to his resurrection. Despite everything, he spends countless "resets" helping those around him, before burning out on this "Groundhog Day" Loop and slipping into violence. However, due to everything being reset anyway, his actions aren't permanent and only he knows they ever happened. Eventually, he meets another child that resembles his old best friend, and when this child shows him kindness despite his continued aggression and violence, he cannot fight back the feelings of guilt and gives up everything he has to help people again, ultimately just having wanted his friend back all this time. Asriel/Flowey, Undertale

DeVos

  • A tireless servant of the few government departments that works efficiently, this individual protects the earth from several serious alien threats and has dedicated his spare time to keeping the FBI doing what it should be doing, fighting crime and not worrying about bizarre conspiracies. Regularly checks on his old co-worker's son and his partner at the FBI, who never even bother to learn his name and just refer to him by the serious illness he has! The jerks! The Cancer Man / The Cigarette Smoking Man. The X-Files.
  • A troubled individual raised by his abusive mother, who just wants to get closer to people, especially his children, who he takes a special interest in, even after his tragic death. Became an important part of the bureaucracy of the afterlife upon his death, he has previously been romantically involved with angels. Regularly fights/foils the plans of Death himself. Invented a new variant of musical chairs. Drip, The Sin of Lust. Jack.
  • A consummate politician who works tirelessly to raise the earth to its rightful place amongst other planets, this individual has done more to ensure human-alien integration that any other individual. In fact, because of him, thousands of humans and aliens co-inhabit. And all this despite the repeated efforts of a small cell of terrorists (who use child soldiers) supporting a corrupt alien empire to stop him. Visser Three, The Animorphs.
  • A tireless law enforcement officer for the gods themselves, This individual has to protect the people despite his boss apparently believing every lie fed to him by the inhuman, demon-using, opiate-addicted thug who has corrupted the avatar of a god, the chosen one, a poor, mentally disturbed teen, the local healer, and an elderly librarian. No-once else appears worried by the actions this partial nudist who hangs out with Demonspawn, convicted murders, cannibals, and hags and lures people into traps full of vampires and who, let's not forget, burst into this world from who-knows-where, destroying part of an ancient temple in the process; only our hero can see this thug for the non-human evil she is. Captain Jhalm, Digger.

Dimentio Rules

  • A man who always keeps a smile on his face, constantly compliments even his foes, and saves a princess from being brainwashed. Dimentio, Super Paper Mario
  • A man who will do anything to resurect his master. He is constantly being stopped by a man who breaks into people's houses and destroys their property, as well as kill thousands of his minions. When he does resurect said master, the master kills him and traps his soul inside of a blade. Ghirahim, The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

Dinru

  • An angel who's simply taking care of his sister and trying to fulfill her final wishes by ending all discrimination. Mithos Yggdrasil from Tales of Symphonia.
  • A beautiful Queen who governs several trillions of people effectively, while making sure they've all got a job in their only industry, which was once chaotic. Queen Sadako from Yu+Me Dream
  • A group of Environmental Activist trying to take back what was once theirs, and at the same time attempting to save it from destruction at the hands of those who do have it. The Aliens from Tokyo Mew Mew
  • A Father-Son team trying to bring peace to their waring societies. Hawkfrost and Tigerstar from Warriors

Divra

  • The son and most favored general of a warlord bent on conquering all of humanity and imposing his version of militant atheism through whatever means necessary, he led a group of his brothers and their followers against his father, seeking to secure their right to religious freedom. He was rewarded for his efforts by being wiped from existence by his father, and his followers were scattered. Horus, Warhammer 40K.

Doctor Nemesis

  • An entire race who've managed to deal with all those painful emotions that cause people so much hurt and distress, and who just want to share this with the rest of the universe. The Cybermen from Doctor Who
  • A charming, cultured, and remarkably brilliant man with piercing insight and impeccable taste, who has helped law enforcement officials locate vicious serial murderers and stop them from hurting innocent people. Dr. Hannibal Lecter from Silence of the Lambs.
  • A brilliant genius who just wants to help humanity reach its full potential without having to rely on an aloof Messiah figure to solve all their problems for them. Lex Luthor from Superman.
  • A brilliant environmentalist who is deeply in touch with nature and wants to remind people of the ecological damage they do to the planet. Frequently attempts to extract her best friend from an abusive relationship. Is persecuted by a ruthless, brutal, and single-minded industrialist fiercely opposed to everything she stands for. Poison Ivy from Batman.
  • Superheroes who are just looking for something to eat. The Marvel Zombies

The Dog Sage

  • A man who just wishes to stop the cruelty and racism in his hometown, as well as make it a better place for his adopted son, who was almost killed by his birth father due to the hysteria caused by the aformentioned racism. Momochi Zabuza, Naruto.
  • A horribly abused little girl who just wants her distant, emotionally and physically abusive father to love and be proud of her and her big brother. Azula, daughter of Fire Lord Ozai, from Avatar: The Last Airbender
  • A kind, caring woman who only wants her adopted daughter to be happy and loved after being forgotten and pushed away by her biological parents. Other Mother
  • An old soul who's taken up the life of a hermit, trying to get rid of all the war and hatred encompassing the world, some of which he had a hand in creating back when he was young and foolish. Uchiha Madara, Naruto.

Donald The Potholer

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  • He wanted to reform a corrupt society. When he was almost killed, he just wanted another body. Morbius
  • They merely got people to help them breathe. The sentient Macra
  • The Chosen One, he fights against The Empire, which is run by a man who commits infanticide For the Evulz. Eragon Shadeslayer

Drake Dark Hunter

  • The chosen hero of his people journeys to a foreign world to gain the energy he needs to save his dying homeworld. He is blessed by his gods and devises a plan to save his world without harming the other. Dhaos from Tales Of Phantasia.

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  • He was trapped in an abusive partnership for years. One fateful day, a young man happened across this person engaged in a brutal fight with his partner. He successfully convinced the young man to help him. Now he was free to do his job and be himself, but his partner convinced the young man that he was the bad guy, and they teamed up. Eventually, just as our person had become more successful than ever, his partner and the young man imprisoned him. When he was released many years later, his partner had found a new ally in a teenage girl. The girl's uncle had helped to free him, but really just wanted to use his power and influence. Nonetheless, with the uncle's help, he was able to defeat his partner once and for all… or so he thought. The girl, all by herself, killed her own uncle to also destroy our victim, and saved the abusive partner! Is it any wonder that this arc is widely disliked by the fandom? Vaatu. Yes, I managed to whitewash a {{God of Evil!}}
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  • After generously funding the civil war against the unfair goverment of planet Inon II, this honourable member of an advanced alien species was imprisoned and marooned on a primitive world, and forced to adopt a new identity. Out of respect for the new planet's history, he decided to restore the honour and legacy of a once great, but corrupted hero, who had died years earlier, by adopting his name and identity. And out of sheer kindness and good will, he adopted an orphaned girl (who didn't even belong to his species) and lovingly raised her as his own daughter. Although his sole desire was to simply return to his homeworld, he was eventully banished away to the farthest reaches of the galaxy.The Shredder as decipted in the 2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.

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  • He started out as an ambitious little boy who had big dreams for his future. But all that fell apart, and he was instead dragged through one long period of suffering. It all started one fateful day when he and his mother were recruited by an Evil Overlord. She tried to betray said overlord, so he had her and her son tortured. The boy just barely survived, but the mother did not. Later, after receiving medical help from a nearby abbey, the boy was unfairly accused of stealing from them, turning everyone in the abbey against him. He accidentally killed a member of the abbey, but only in self-defense. After this, he was left outside to be killed by a horrible monster. He somehow survived, but was horribly scarred, forcing him to hide his deformation with a mask for the rest of his life. Understandably, he never was able to get past the trauma of his childhood, and came up with a brilliant plan for Revenge. Slagar the Cruel from the Redwall series.

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  • A multicultural alliance of various races that banded together in order to complete one of their most sacred religious rites. They are constantly threatened by a racist, authoritarian government, soldiers that give them very demeaning names, and a Sociopathic Soldier who mows down thousands of their own troops, even when they try to run away. The Covenant, Halo
  • This beautiful young woman ran away from her home when she discovered her sexual identity. She is always on the run from her mother, a psychotic, Lawful Evil Knight Errant who would kill anything if they disobeyed some obscure, outdated religious laws. Disobeying almost every religious law unfairly forced upon her, she seeks nothing more than to enjoy her unique version of bisexuality. Known for her outstanding charm, she has refined tastes and prefers to date struggling artists over dumb brutes. Her beauty, intelligence, and pure psychic power often brings up comparisons to various mythological creatures. Morinth, Mass Effect 2
    • When the galaxy faces a massive invasion, this spec-ops agent disobeys his government in an attempt to live in peace with the invaders rather than face annihilation. He also tried to save a dying alien race from a Depopulation Bomb. Saren, Mass Effect
    • This organization puts profit, politics, and religion behind them in order to fulfill the idealistic goal of promoting human advancement and protecting humanity from extraterrestrial threats. When the Galactic and Human governments fail to act to act against terrifying race of aliens, they recruited a war hero and gave him the equipment, men, and contacts needed to save the galaxy, and all of humanity, once again. Cerberus, Mass Effect
    • When human colonization pushed far into their ancestral lands, these men disobeyed their own government, the Galactic Council, and the Human governments by sharing one of their most treasured and threatened cultural practices with impoverished human colonists. Batarian Slavers, Mass Effect
    • The oldest of an extremely intelligent race, this nomadic alien observed and interacted with many different alien races, but found himself intrigued by the true potential of humanity. With the help of another alien race who was recruited to the cause, he gathered numerous humans to contribute in one of the most psychologically compelling scientific enterprises in galactic history to provide immortality for millions of people so we could Ascend To A Higher Plane Of Existance. Along with his interest in human development, this extraterrestrial is also known for his battle cries, which manage to motivate both his troops and the enemy in one unified display of joy. His work will never be forgotten as he shows humanity their true genetic potential. Harbinger, Mass Effect

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  • He was a young boy who was a slave on a desert planet. He is discovered at the age of nine by a seemingly well meaning man from an organization he has always dreamed of joining. He unfortunately has to leave his mom in the process. The organization keeps him from seeing her for the next ten years because they forbid attachment and love. He is also bullied and looked down upon by his teacher in the organization because he is stronger than him. He finally gets an assignment by the organization on his own and falls in love on the assignment which he has to keep secret because of the organization's archaic views. When he finally gets an opportunity to return to his home planet and see his mother he finds out that a horrible group of savages horrifically tortured her for a month and she dies in his arms. He loses his temper and kills those responsible, but feels horribly guilty. He heroically fights the villains for the rest of the adventure and saves members of the corrupt organization at the cost of losing his arm. He gets married to his love secretly because of the organization's archaic views. He then fights in a three year war for his country, his organization, and his love. He learns that she is pregnant and has a vision that she dies in childbirth, which he knows is true due to having a similar vision of his mother three years prior. He asks members of his organization for advice on what to do while keeping the fact that he is married to the person in the vision a secret. He receives advice that would be horrible even if the person in question was not his wife. Then someone that has always been a friend tells him that he can help him and that he is a member of the opposing organization that he is a part of and that the organization that he is a part of is planning to take over the country and offers him to become his apprentice. He chooses to go along with it for his wife's sake and does several bad but necessary things for the greater good but he feels guilt for it but it is all in the name of saving his wife and for his country. His teacher is sent to stop him and his wife turns on him because of his actions despite that they were simply done for her and for the greater good of their democracy. He is forced to turn on both of them. He and his teacher are forced to fight and it ends with him having caught fire and having lost all but one limb: his robotic arm. The man from before comes along and saves him by putting him in a robotic suit to live and then learns that his wife and by proxy their unborn child is dead through his own actions though that is a lie. He realizes that he has been played by both sides and is resigned to his misery for the next two decades. He then learns that his kid is alive and he is opposing him as a member of the organization that is opposing the government he is apart of. He tries to bargain with him and to overthrow the evil leader to rule peacefully but his kid chooses to attempt suicide over joining him. He feels conflicted wanting to go back to his son but feels that being associated with this corruption for so along makes him too far gone. But when the opportunity presents itself and his master is torturing his son he kills his master at he cost of killing himself, setting everything back into balance. This shows that he really is the true hero of the story. Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, Star Wars
  • A 16 year-old impoverished boy who tried out to go on a reality show to compete for one million dollars. He is willing to play hard for this money, but who wouldn't do that for that kind of money. He is found by a mutant shark on the show who bites him leaving one of his teeth in his butt. He keeps the tooth as a tool, but the shark for some reason hunts him down for it even though he did not steal it and that the shark has hundreds of teeth which grow back anyway. He eliminates several players which is all part of the game of course before finding out a horrible secret of a fellow player of his, he debates on whether or not to tell anyone else, and gives the person with the secret the choice about whether or not in exchange for just a little help going forward which is reasonable. Eventually he gives the person with the secret the strength to tell everyone the truth and they accept him showing how he helped out, even if he was forced to vote him out a little later. But the person who he helped's girlfriend goes crazy and digs a pit trap that though was triggered by the shark, actually was covered so that she could rig a boulder trap for him, which ends up crushing him. He is put in a full-body cast and wheelchair and voted out of the game and then a toxic treat which is what is given to the losers burns into his skin. He reacts to his loss with surprising grace considering his injuries and that he needed the money, only for the sadistic host of the show to show up and let the shark join him in the method of elimination, as revenge for a complete accident as the host had triggered a trap that the hero had set for the shark. The next time we see him he is not even a whole person, cannot talk, or interact with the outside world after what was done to him by the shark which is too horrible to repeat on this page. He is now in a machine that he needs to be in to survive. How does everyone that he played with react to this? They laugh at his horrific misfortune. Luckily, though the season's winner splits his winnings among everyone in the cast and he uses it to be better, even if he now has post-traumatic stress disorder fear of sharks and the shark gave him brain damage. He plays the game again, and is even nicer only, to be relentlessly hurt by everything at every turn, despite being friendly to just about everyone despite them still treating him terribly. His final act is to warn the person who originally put him in the wheelchair about the true nature of another player in the game who is a true monster, showing how he is the hero and protagonist of this stretch of the show. Scott, Total Drama
  • A teenage boy who went on a show to win a million dollars. He used his natural skills from life to gain an edge on his opponent and engaged in some casual manipulation which is par for the course for shows like this. But in this he is treated poorly by several people on the show including a girl that he develops an attraction for because he finds her deviousness attractive. He also plays like this to succeed to shut up his older brother back home who belittles and bullies him constantly. He gets far in the season and eventually it gets down to just him and the girl who he likes. He is in the lead for most of the final trial to win the money, but she shows up right when he is about to win. She feels sorrow that he is going to win the money and simply leave the show and her, and he stops to talk to her about their relationship issues. He tells her that he loves her and she returns it and they kiss. She then kicks him in the groin during the kiss, and then kicks him off the volcano that they were on to win it herself as the money to her is more important than love. She then accidentally wins it for him, but makes the volcano erupt in the process. Everyone runs down into the water and tramples him and the lava goes over him, burning him alive. The sadistic host puts him in a terrible robotic suit to keep him alive from his injuries and he is even denied the money that he won fairly. He is forced to play a second time and he is still injured from what was done to him. He plots his well-deserved revenge on the girl who smashed his heart and he is seen as terrible by everyone for doing this despite how poorly she treated him. He finds out about the true nature of another player, about how they are truly evil and attempts to warn everyone about him but they ignore him and he is eliminated, but no before giving a final subtle warning about the evil player, this advice is eventually heeded and the evil player is eliminated. So nice to see the hero defeat the villain. Alejandro Burromuerto, Total Drama
  • A key member in one the most successful companies of America who simply wants to take control and gain power, when it is made clear that the current CEO will run the company into the ground, and also probably has mental problems. Obadiah Stane, Iron Man (2008)
  • A general who wants to apprehend a man who has the ability to become an uncontrollable monster that will wreak havoc on any populated area and also to keep this man from his daughter who is romantically interested in him, in spite of the fact that anything too exciting might trigger the uncontrollable monster. He tries to stop him with as little damage as possible and even though he joins forces with him at the end against an even bigger threat and the goal is accomplished, his daughter still wants nothing to do with him, even when all he has done is protect her and his country from dangerous people. General Thaddeus Ross, The Incredible Hulk (2008)
  • A loyal soldier who almost died in a battle against a horrible monster, who gained powers similar to the horrible monster for the express purpose of defeating him through advice from a trusted authority figure, to end the destruction that he would cause. He cannot control the power though so the monster from before is brought into fight him when he is unwittingly wreaking havoc and is put in jail and he is kept their forever. Emil Blonsky/The Abomination,The Incredible Hulk (2008)
  • A man living in an impoverished country taking care of his sick father who was deported by a man who was jealous of his father's equal intelligence. Years later, he learns that the man who deported his father's son is using technology that his father created in the first place and is seen as a hero for this with only him knowing the truth that the man is a thief. He creates just as impressive technology to fight the thief, but is put in jail for his efforts. He manages to escape and creates more technology to fight his enemy, but fails as all of his technology is brutally destroyed. He is then mortally wounded, and attempts to use a self-destruct function to take the tyrant with him but he escapes just in the nick of time and he is blown up in his attempt to destroy a great evil. Ivan Vanko/Whiplash, Iron Man 2
  • A man who is the CEO of a successful company and is constantly humiliated by a more successful CEO including one time at a Congressional hearing. He attempts to take a chance on a brilliant, if unstable man to attempt to get an edge on his rival, but he is betrayed on a public stage by that man, incarcerated for something that he could not predict and his rival is now seen in an even brighter light for helping cause incredible damage to the same public stage full of innocent people. Justin Hammer, Iron Man 2
  • A friendly man, skilled in magic who is the younger brother of a war-mongering fool who is also next line for the throne in their kingdom, who almost succeeds in reigniting the conflicts of an old war because of his love for a good fight. He attempts to stop this directly but fails. He finds out from his father that he is actually not his son and was an infant that he found after he laid siege to a realm and he took him in with the intention of manipulating him as a way to cause war between the two countries. He is justifiably enraged upon hearing this and takes control from his father to rule the country by himself. He attempts to stop both his war-mongering brother and manipulative father from keeping him from making the action that would end conflict between both realms forever and is stopped. As the two people that he cared about the most have turned against him he commits suicide but survives and finds a power source that can help him bring civilization to the different realm he has found himself on. Loki Laufeyson, Thor (2011)
  • A man who is a member of an organization attempting to bring peace to the world. He takes an incomplete super-serum made by someone he trusts which permanently physically disfigures him and he is subtly kicked out of the organization. He starts harnessing an artifact to create incredibly revolutionary technology to share with the rest of the world. He then learns in the war that he is fighting against another country, that the man who disfigured him gave a complete version of the serum to a random nobody off the street, and he is now fighting against specifically him. He goes out to share his technology with the rest of the world starting with New York. The same man stops him and damages the artifact that he has been using and the artifact transports him to another dimension where he is doomed to never leave. Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, Captain America: The First Avenger
  • A friendly man who suffered in a previous adventure at the hands of his brother and father who ended up forcing him to commit suicide. He ends up surviving but winds up in the hands of a well-meaning but dangerous extremist who tasks him with going to a seemingly primitive planet and bring civilization with him leading the force. The people on the planet bring in a group of six terrible people to stop him. These include a horrible rage monster, two mercenaries who have wormed their way into high paying government jobs, a dangerously unstable man in control of dangerous weapons,a Blood Knight who cannot live without violence, and his own brother who is an arrogant, violent god. They imprison him and treat him terribly but he escapes and tries to try his method of civilizing the planet with the men he has brought with him but they are killed by the team brought together to stop him and the vehicles used to bring in the men from a wormhole is destroyed completely by a missile. He is beaten up by everyone in the group with the rage monster taking the cake and beating him until he passes out. He is then taking back to his original realm by his brother and is given a lifetime sentence. Loki Laufeyson, The Avengers,(2012)
  • A man who was simply taken in as an actor or spokesman for an organization that posts persuasive videos regarding their controversial but ultimately good actions as they intend the best and want others to know it. His identity is found out by the enemy of the organization. The enemy, a dangerously unstable sociopath with unimaginable power kills several members of the organization including the true leader and sends him off to jail even though he has committed no crimes. Trevor Slattery/The Mandarin, Iron Man 3
  • A disabled man who one day approaches his personal hero with a brilliant idea that could heal life-threatening ailments and injuries and those who have physical disabilities and even regenerate limbs. His hero responds by making fun of him and his disability and lies about meeting up with him to discuss it further. A full 14 years later having created his solution to heal disabled people, and has used it on himself and others who have gained injuries and is the CEO of a successful company. He ends up spreading the people who he has healed all over the company to use their new found abilities and this ends up ticking off his old personal hero who is now a mentally ill sociopath in possession of several highly dangerous suits of armor. He ends up albeit not happily taking the girlfriend of his old hero who has been ignored by his old hero a lot recently as a way to get him to not use his powers to destroy everything that he has constructed and gives her some of injury healing solution as well as a kindness. The hero is undaunted and uses his suits to cause truly ridiculous amounts of collateral damage. Out of desperation he attempts to take down his old hero so that he cannot harm anybody else but he is brutally murdered by his old hero's girlfriend. They are seen as heroes. Aldrich Killian, Iron Man 3
  • The leader of an ancient race that was almost wiped out thousands of years ago by war-mongering race lead by a sociopath. His old weapon is found by a random person who accidentally fuses with it. He send several of his men to get his old weapon so that he can use it to get his righteous revenge. This is stopped by his old enemy's son who brutally murders his men to stop him from simply making the whole universe much more comfortable for his oppressed race. He himself is brutally murdered by this man who transports him to an area where one of his own ships falls on to him at maximum speed. Even worse, all of his enemies are seen by everyone as heroes despite their horrific mistreatment of himself and all of his men. Malekith the Accursed, Thor: The Dark World
  • A man who is one of the leaders of a government agency. He becomes convinced over time that the way to accomplish true world peace and security is to simply get rid of very dangerous people who cause nothing but horrible collateral damage wherever they go. He does legitimately want world peace and wants to save all of the innocent people on his planet. He is thwarted by a Blood Knight and a mass murderer who also recruit a former mentally American soldier who is who uses his dangerous technology to kill countless people. These three not only defeat him but completely destroy the organization that he was the leader of not all of whom were in on his plan. These members of the organization's covers are blown and presumably countless agents were murdered because of the selfishness of his three main opponents. He is then betrayed and killed by someone he considered to be a good friend. Alexander Pierce, Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • A man who is a member of a race that has been in a very long war against another race that has cost his planet countless lives and collateral damage. His opponents call off the war and sign a peace treaty, arrogantly assuming that they don't have to do anything in the ways of reparations. He attempts to get his revenge by making sure that they get their proper karma for what they have done to his planet by causing the equivalent on theirs, but unfortunately he is stopped by a group of former criminals all of whom have done terrible things throughout the galaxy including murder, theft, escape from arrest, grievous bodily harm, and fraud. These people take the artifact that he was going to use on the planet and turn it on him obliterating him and turning him into a simple pile of dust. Ronan the Accuser, Guardians of the Galaxy
  • A robot created by a dangerously unstable sociopath, a horrible monster and a mentally ill, deranged woman with extremely destructive powers. The method in which he is created leaves him at seeing the world in a different way than was intended. He was intended to help save the world, but because of faulty programming through no fault of his own, while he does want to save the world he becomes convinced that he should cause and extinction event to do this. He is assisted in gathering the materials for this plan by the mentally deranged woman with destructive powers but he is betrayed by her and is welcomed onto the side of the heroes who created him without any reprimanding. Also all of the team of "heroes" who have their complete wits about them cause just as much collateral damage as he does when he was programmed insane and is very similar to two specific members of the heroes. Lastly the heroes create essentially a good version of himself who kills him in spite of the fact that the only reason why he was evil and saw the world like that was because of the actions and incompetence of the heroes. Ultron, Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • A man who was the student of a bitter old man who kept secrets from him regarding incredible world-changing technology that he created. The technology is dangerous but he never told him about the supposed dangers. The student eventually surpassed the teacher and gathered enough information to create the technology as well. But he slowly grew insane because the technology takes a mental toll upon the wearer which he would have known if he was told this near the start of their student-teacher relationship. Eventually when he is about to create enough of the technology to sell it all over the world, his old teacher, the teacher's daughter who was a supposed friend of his, just some random guy who just got of prison, and three other former criminals formulate a plan to steal the technology and also completely destroy his company building. He goes insane and crosses a line that he would never have if he had just been told from the start about the dangers of the technology and he is crushed to death in a possible never-ending cycle of incredible pain by a former criminal and deadbeat dad. Darren Cross/Yellow Jacket, [Ant-Man (2015)
  • A member of his city's defense squad where he heroically fought those he considered threats to protect his country and his family. But then a supposed group of heroes ended up creating a robot with a twisted sense of morals. This robot created a device to lift the entire city into the air with the threat of dropping it on the ground to end the world. He persuades his family to go outside the city in the country to protect them, and then the supposed group of heroes does battle with the robot in the city causing even more collateral damage, and when they destroy the device lifting the city into the air, which comes falling down to the ground killing many innocent people, including his family. The group of supposed heroes then proceed to go home and not stay around and help. He then vows his revenge on the supposed heroes, deciphers files that a member of the heroes released online and learns of a horrible truth and a horrible secret a member of the team is keeping from another member of the "heroes".He originally attempts to gain the ability to get the information that he need by getting it out of a Nazi that holds it will not give it to him and he kills the Nazi who is shown to be indirectly responsible for hundreds of deaths, only then does he have to resort to lower methods that he would rather not do, as he does not want to stoop to the levels of his enemies. He frames an already well-known criminal and mass-murderer with another crime that he used to cause discourse among the team that caused him to lose everything. After the mass-murderer is apprehended he takes the role of the psychiatrist that was supposed to interrogate him and finds out where the mass-murderer was kept, as he knows that is where several other mass-murderers have been kept frozen, and also where the tape that shows the horrible truth is as well. He goes there as he knows that three members of the team will go there. He kills all five of the mass-murderers so they won't have the opportunity to kill anyone else and plays the tape of the mass-murderer killing one member of the team's parents in front of that member of the team and the team's "heroic" leader has kept the secret for the last two years. He escapes having accomplished his goal of having the team of "heroes" lose everything as he lost everything. He apologizes to those who he accidentally wronged in the quest to get his revenge. He is stopped from joining his family in the after-life and thrown in a cell where if he even raises his voice he will be electrically shocked. Helmut Zemo, Captain America: Civil War
  • An all-powerful being who desires to bring all planes of existence in to his to allow all members of the universe to live forever. His men are killed by a group of sorcerers, most notably their hypocrite of a leader and a new acquisition who happens to be an arrogant jerk who treats most of the people around him badly. He is trapped in a time vortex by this arrogant jerk which is torture to him as he is a timeless being and is forced to promise to not give this specific planet eternal life and leaves. Dormammu, Doctor Strange (2016)
  • A man who was a member of a group of sorcerers, who eventually came to realize that the leader was drawing on a terrible power who she lambasted anyone else for even thinking about using. He breaks off from the group and finds guidance in an all-powerful being to make her give up her power and to give it to everyone else and to also grant immortality to everyone on the planet. As a response he is horribly beaten up by everyone of the supposed protectors of the planet and when the all-powerful being that he assisted is forced to leave the planet, he is taken with him and will be punished by him for his failure. Kaecilius, Doctor Strange (2016)
  • A woman who is the leader of an entire peaceful planet. When a monster attacks the planet, she contracts a group of supposedly trustworthy crime fighters who do stop the monster. She learns however that they are all rude jerks and former serious criminals. She allows them to be on their way though, but learns that one of them stole a valuable batteries even though she paid well for their service. She sends out her men to retrieve the batteries but is caring enough to have them remotely pilot the ships so that none of them would die if they are destroyed. She ends up failing though at retrieving what is rightfully hers. She decides to create a powerful being to specifically gain her revenge on the thieves who did this to her. Ayesha, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
  • An all-powerful man who was born as a mixture of a man and a planet. He was dreadfully lonely for thousands upon thousands of years before realizing that his purpose is to spread his influence all over the universe so that everyone will know him. He tries to gain an heir to do this and has countless children with women that he cares for to accomplish this and bonds with the children. Unfortunately, none of them have his power and he has to send them away because of this. He finally finds an heir that does have his power, who is also the son of the only woman that he truly loved and who died causing depression in him. He finds this man and his friends who are convicted murderers or thieves and saves them from dying and takes them back to his planet along with his assistant who helps him sleep as he is depressed. He helps his son discover his power and provides accommodations for his son's friends. After he convinces his son that his purpose is the right thing to do he tells him about, his indirect cause in the death of his mother. Despite the fact that he clearly regrets even his indirect cause in it, his son is enraged and tries to shoot him to death. He tries to stop him and to accomplish his purpose, his dream, but his son and his friends including his assistant who betrays him, decide to kill him out of misguided hate. They find the core of his planet that houses his brain and they place a powerful bomb near it while he is being beaten senseless by his beyond reason son. His core is destroyed, his purpose is destroyed and he is destroyed in a final moment of incredible pain. To top it all off he is portrayed to the galaxy by his horrible son and his criminal friends as a monster and they are seen as heroes. Ego the Living Planet, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
  • A man who at one time was just trying to do his regular blue-collar job in cleaning up a disaster area, but one of the people who was at fault for the disaster area in the first place sent some random people there to clean it up, with no regard or thought for the regular people who would need this job. He, now with no other choice steals some of the technology from the disaster area and begins selling it to make a living for him, his wife, and his daughter. However one night a teenager with unimaginable strength stops one of his sales and he is forced to use a suit that he built himself to stop him. Later on he is trying to make another sale but he is stopped again by the teenager who proceeds to almost completely destroy the site in which the sale was taking place which included a lot of innocent people. Of course he later finds out on television that this same person saved his daughter from dying. He decides to come around on him and finds out that he is taking his daughter to homecoming, he simply tells him that he is forever grateful to him for what he did, encourages him to give his daughter a good time and just gives him a mild scare which is common place for fathers to do. He goes out to have another sale which involves minor theft on the man who ruined his job all those years ago which is just fair play. But he finds out that the teenager from before abandoned his daughter and goes out to stop him, destroying the site that they are fighting on and resulting in a lot of his technology which he has spent years creating being destroyed. But it is shown that even the teenager agrees with his point of view as he chooses to save his life but also gift wraps him for the cops. He is put in jail for a long time, even though all he was doing was trying to make a living for him and his family and though it was through less than legitimate means that was only because he was forced into doing it. He remains honorable to what the teenager did for his daughter earlier on and decides that even though he is responsible for his jail time to not tell anyone else even those who have also been stuck in jail by him, about his secret identity. Adrian Toomes/The Vulture, Spider-Man: Homecoming
  • A woman who was admittedly a warmonger and murderer even if she did it entirely to help her home realm gain more power as she loved it more than anyone else. She was also helped into doing it by her father who did just as much possibly more than her. But he had misgivings about it and decided to stop. She was originally not happy about this, but instead about sitting her down and talking to her about his change of mind he trapped her in a realm that is set to break when he dies and he gets to tell everyone all over the universe that he is a actually a good person when he is a hypocrite of the highest order. She does eventually grow strong enough and gets weak enough that he dies. She finds his two new children who attempt to kill her just by her father's word and she escapes and goes back to her realm where she starts running it like she used to all those years ago and though she is doing it in a tyrannical way she was never taught in a proper way to not do this by her dad. Her brothers from before who she banished, come back to the realm and try to fight her again and they resume fighting with her more boisterous and blood-thirsty brother being more enthusiastic about it. She is still stronger, and is about to finish him for the good of her country, but her father from beyond the grave uses a piece of advice that unlocks incredible power of his that evens them in power, after she points that he still can't beat her. He then reveals that he actually hates her enough that he is willing to set a horrible twenty story demon upon the country whose sole goal in live is to destroy this country, as her life is tied to the country she is brutally murdered by her two brothers as she was never properly told right from wrong by any of the members of her family. Hela Odinson, Thor: Ragnarok
  • A young boy whose father was brutally murdered by his uncle. He spent the rest of his life attempting to gain his revenge for the fact that they did not even choose to pick him up and make sure that he doesn't spend a large portion of his childhood completely alone. He knows that the society that his father and uncle were royalty of an incredibly advanced society and could have used their influence and resources to help marginalized groups all over the world, but didn't for no good reason. He joins the military and becomes and extremely competent officer and is fighting for his country while always having the thoughts of his revenge in the back of his head. He learns that the man who killed his father was killed in an explosion, but still feeling terribly towards the people that are a part of the secret society and captures and kills a horrible monster of a man who has been killing people and causing problems for the society for a long time. He brings him in and personally challenges the new king to a duel for the throne which he is entitled to as he is royalty. He wins the duel which due to the opponent not yielding, dies which was the only other way that it would have ended. He takes over and intends to use the forces of the country to give resources to help the oppressed people of the world finally get an advantage in their life. However he finds out that through a miracle his opponent survived and challenges him again, they fight for a while and his forces are defeated by those are still loyal to the inexperienced king, and he is stabbed in the side. He chooses to bleed out as opposed to surviving and simply being put in jail forever for simply trying to do the right for all those who are inherently disadvantaged. His opponent becomes king and decides that his beliefs were positive and carries them out after he dies as even he believes that he was in the right. Erik "Killmonger" Stevens, 'Black Panther (2018)''
  • A man who grew up on a planet that was headed for disaster, and foreseeing it attempted to stop it and tried to get his fellow people to see from his perspective, acknowledging that while it was a sacrifice, it was better than everyone dying. They refused to listen to him, and they all died because of it. He spent the rest of his life finding planets that were on the brink of what his was and carrying out what needs to be done so that the people there can live. He takes on various people that were sadly left without families because of his sacrifices and raises them as his own out of his own kindness. He eventually learns of the locations of six artifacts that when grouped together will allow him to stop the overpopulation problem of the universe altogether. Everywhere he goes he is assaulted and brutally attacked by, including but not limited to a trickster god who tried to take over the world, a giant green rage monster, an arrogant thunder god who killed his own sister, a group of mercenaries that includes his own daughter who have killed and robbed throughout the galaxy, a irresponsible teenager, an arrogant doctor with unlimited power, a dangerously mentally unstable man with great power, various people who have been fugitives for ducking responsibility for their actions that ended in deaths of innocents, and an android with extremely vast power. He goes to a planet to locate the last one and learns that he has to sacrifice someone who he truly loves, and in spite of what she has done to him he loves his daughter. He is forced to do it and is heartbroken, but he knows that it is for the greater good. He finally gains all of the artifacts but then has a axe thrown into his chest, by the murderous thunder god. He manages to survive that and pulls of his goal which will provide resources for the entire galaxy. He realizes that he sacrificed everything he had to accomplish this and knows that he his good deed will be punished by the supposed "heroes" that he was fighting. He is left all alone looking at the sunset in a humble house in a rural, quiet countryside, a classic ending for a hero. Thanos, [Avengers: Infinity War
  • A woman whose father as a little girl was fired by an extremely arrogant jerk. He tried desperately to regain his tarnished name with experiments in quantum energy. There was an explosion and her parents were killed, but she was affected by the energy waves, which caused her molecular structure to unravel and then re-ravel itself over and over which caused her constant, debilitating pain. An organization took her in, claiming that they were going to cure her of this but they were just planning on weaponizing this power, and turned her into an agent, that was forced to commit acts of espionage, sabotage, and assassination. Her condition gradually worsens until she gets to the point where she has only a few weeks until she is killed because of her condition. This causes her out of desperation to do anything possible to stay alive by getting payback on the man who got her father fired and caused this whole mess, and his two main helpers, a man who has caused immense damage to an airport, and a woman who has no problem breaking twice-convicted felons out of jail. She tries everything to save her own life and nothing else and she is almost killed by a car driven by the man who ruined her life. But she is saved at the last second by the former felon who had a change of heart and she is healed by someone with great knowledge of what originally did this to her. All three of the people who have wronged her choose to help her at the end completing their redemption. Ava Starr/Ghost,''Ant-Man and the Wasp'
  • A business man who was selling machine parts to a woman for a long time, before eventually finding out that she is a felon who has helped create extremely dangerous technology that was used to cause destruction to an airport. He also knows what they have built from these parts and knows that it could be profitable. He feels bad for having done this and knowing that there is no way that he can get the parts back now, he asks for at least some cut of the money the technology would make, which is the least they can do, as his name is now all over their illegal plans and he needs at least some reimbursement. He tries to get it through force when they refuse his legitimate demands and is chased by the woman and a man who grievously injure several of his men with their illegal, dangerous technology. He is then tied up along with some of his men and are left to the cops by several former criminals who have engaged in more crimes and are taken to jail and are forced to admit to possible crimes that they did when the only witnesses all happen to be fugitives. Hopefully he will be acquitted. Sonny Burch, Ant-Man and the Wasp
  • The leader of a galactic empire trying to spread its well-meaning influence all over the galaxy. They take the form of each of its subjects most admired person in the world to comfort them while talking to them and is generally polite and fair in regards to what it gives and takes away from its subjects. One day they send out their general strike team against a group of their greatest enemies who are trying to invade their land and make homes in places that they simply do not belong to and who can also masquerade as anyone to steal their identity. The strike team's most powerful member is kidnapped by the enemy who take her hostage and go through her memories which contain information which if learned by them will cause them to lose their righteous war. Eventually the strongest member learns that she is actually not a member of the empire in terms of species and is actually a human who accidentally gained incredible powers that could have left her dead in the onset but one of their members brought her back and the leader healed her completely, but could not restore her full memory. Feeling betrayed that she was not told this even though it was only because they were unable to restore her memory and not any actual lying, she changes sides and uses her godly power to kill people that just days ago she considered friends, even her own mentor, who she spared only so that he could tell the leader her plan to destroy them, they are completely betrayed and dealt a crippingly blow. The Supreme Intelligence of the Kree Empire, Captain Marvel (2019)
  • A man who was a leading soldier for an empire looking to expand across the galaxy. One day, when attempting to stop a renegade who was attempting to help the empire's greatest enemy by using an incredibly dangerous artifact, succeeding in doing so he found someone who had been friends with the renegade but had not known about her true identity. He realized that the woman had been accidentally imbued with the powers of the artifact and was much stronger than anyone now in his empire. Knowing that she was now forever different from her own people, he took her back to his planet and gave her a chance to start over. She did and he lived a happy life with her for six years. Only when they were set to go out on a mission to fight their greatest enemy again, she was kidnapped and accidentally wound up on her home planet again. He came back to get his friend, only he found out that she learned of her true origins, while she was gone and wants her revenge on him for lying even though he only lied because she had left her people behind in terms of power and did not belong to them anymore. She commits mass homicide and kills many people that were just a day ago, supposed to be her friend and when he challenges her to not use her powers, she simply blasts him. She spares him but only to use as a messenger, to warn him that she will destroy the empire that he holds so dear. Hopefully he will not be punished for this. Yon-Rogg, Captain Marvel (2019)
  • A man who after accomplishing his life's work in solving world hunger, used the artifacts that he used to solve world hunger, to destroy the artifacts as they could be used by any person to accomplish any wish they want. The incredible power and energy from using them almost killed him and the people who tried to stop him from accomplishing his original goal, which include a ruthless Blood Knight, a woman who has killed endless people, a galaxy-wide criminal, a man who stole from and beat his best friend senseless, a man who can turn into a horrible monster and now that he cannot do it wreaks havoc in a stolen suit of armor, an arrogant thunder god who has killed his own sister and let his home planet which has stood millions of years be destroyed by a demon, a dangerously powerful woman who once killed various people who had taken her in and given her a home for six years. But most of all his own daughter is there watching them attack him, and even after what she has done to him he still realizes that some of his unintentionally poor parenting lead to this even though he tried be as good of a father as possible. He is beheaded knowing though that his good deed will not be reversed only the people he stopped actually do find a way to do this, even messing with the fabric of time and the universe to do so, and make it so that most likely everyone in the universe will die of hunger. 2018 Thanos, Avengers: Endgame
  • A man who when hunting for powerful artifacts that could help accomplish his dream with his two adopted daughters and powerful army saw that in the future his goal is accomplished and world hunger is stopped but several insane people with incredibly dangerous powers are messing with the very fabric of time to take the artifacts and use them to reverse his goal. He even finds out that one of his daughters has been corrupted and is working against him in the future. The still loyal version of his daughter helps infiltrate the villains and even though they do succeed in reversing his heroic deed and even when he brings his army down to use the artifacts to reverse what they just did so that he can make the universe even better, so that everyone can have resources to use and never go hungry. They proceed to bring in their own incredibly powerful army as well and kill countless members of his army. After fighting for a while he retrieves all of the artifacts and uses them to accomplish his heroic plan only he founds they were all stolen by one of the heroes, who is a mentally ill sociopath, who uses them to kill him and his entire army. He sits on the ground resigned to his fate, as just about all of the horrible people he was fighting live except for the mentally ill sociopath and the mass murderer, who guilty of criminal espionage. Everyone proceeds to go on with their lives in the universe which will be in a hunger crisis in just a few years and he is now forgotten. Such a tragedy. 2014 Thanos,Avengers:Endgame

DZM

  • Teenager having family problems gets picked up by a corporation, which uses his insecurities in their nonsensical war. Scout, Team Fortress 2

Eaver

  • Born bound to a small area, he worked his way up to founding a country which he calmly rules from a fancy throne. He works on a special project with his children whenever he can, which is often, as he is a stay-at-home dad and a devoted father. Father from the Fullmetal Alchemist manga.

Egsan Bacon

  • A young man who must take over his father's business after the latter is killed by a murderous psychopath. Opposing him is a ragtag group who think nothing of using terrorism to achieve their goals. Eventually, one of his most trusted and scrupulous employees joins them. He maintains his composure, even when faced with certain death. Rufus Shinra, Final Fantasy VII.

Electrosal

  • A creature that was shunned and feared, who only wanted a friend. He was killed by the resident "hero". So strong was his want for happiness that he came back from the dead and showed the whole galaxy what he was feeling, so that people would sympathise and love him. He searched for the only thing that could alleviate his sorrow, a magical crystal, and it was promptly taken away from him. The "hero" took the crystal from him and used it to kill him again. Zero/Zero Two, Kirby series.

emmaliza

  • A former ruler who was betrayed and cast onto a plane, and into a body, she didn't belong in, something that caused her painful insanity every day for (apparently) twenty-five years. She desperately wanted to go home. She kept herself together all that time, never giving up hope, and was murdered in her most helpless state immediately before she could go home like she wanted. Glory from Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

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  • A charismatic war hero and patriot, this man led his country out of an economic downturn to world prominence. During his administration, he assiduously worked to end racial conflict and bigotry, and strove for world peace. His ambitious foreign policy persuaded ideological enemies such as Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin to set aside their differences, led to the establishment of the UN, and resulted in the use of international tribunals to try war crimes and crimes against humanity. His approach to human rights exposed the true evil of racism and anti-Semitism, leading to their marked decline in the West and discrediting the pseudoscience of eugenics. His legacy has been memorialized in monuments and museums throughout the world, with many vowing that his deeds must never be forgotten. Adolf Hitler.

Ettina

  • He/She was wronged and ended up dying, and now wants to punish people who do similar things to others. Most ghosts in Supernatural
  • He/She was trapped in an alternate dimension and tortured, then forced to torture others, and has finally managed to get free. The demons in Supernatural

Extra Espresso

  • A man who would face hell for the woman he loves - indeed, he did, yet his efforts still went tragically unnoticed by her. Claude Frollo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
  • He lives in squalor and, throughout his series, only seeks to better himself. Count Olaf from A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Exusia

  • He'll do anything to be the governor of his country. Snattle, Pokémon XD.
  • He was king of the world, and had so much time on his hands that he was willing to make his army kill each other, until he started working under somebody to alleviate his boredom. Baraggan Luisenbarn, Bleach.

Falcon Pain

  • An attractive, highly intelligent man who served his people and deity loyally. When his beloved succumbed to illness, he and his closest ally discovered and enacted the means to prevent him from suffering the same fate, ensuring him a long and fulfilling life. He eventually became a great leader and found himself a second betrothed who would bear his child, one of the strongest forces for good in existence. But she was murdered, so he set a plan in effect to properly punish the people responsible for the crime. He continues to return sporadically, especially in times when evil is at its worst, to fight against those who permit such evil to thrive. Dracula from Castlevania.
  • A powerful being who is notable for his imposing physical presence, more intelligence than his outward appearance suggests, and skill in a wide variety of combat methods that include his natural abilities, weaponry, and sorcery. His goal is to kill or otherwise dethrone a noted and almost universally despised evil king who seeks to destroy the world's entire population. His first attempt involved gaining the leadership of his enemy's army and using it against him and his surviving heirs. His next notable attempt involved teaming up with a powerful ally to allow him to travel back in time and eliminate the king before he could ever come into power, thus undoing a long life of evil deeds and gaining the throne with a minimum of bloodshed. He is most commonly remembered for an occasion when he was trapped in an out-of-the-way room of his enemy's fortress from which he could not escape. Even then, he didn't actually do anything before he was attacked and killed by his enemy's only son in an act that served no actual purpose aside from giving the son the power to subject others to a slow death with his mere physical presence. And worst of all, everyone would rather have the evil king in power than him, for no adequately explained reason. Galamoth, also from Castlevania.

Falls Apart

  • A young teenage boy strives to bring order to a Teenage Wasteland, and handles a massive disaster much better than anyone else. Unfortunately, his attempts to achieve peace have all been thwarted by his twin brother, whose main hobby seems to be sabataging whatever plans there are for peace, then whining when people expect him to take responsibility. Coming up on his sixteenth birthday, this boy has driven away and temporarily defeated an Eldritch Abomination all for the love of a girl, escorted all his friends to safety and comfort only to return when the townsfolk who rejected him were in danger, and defeated huge monsters while his brother—still hailed as The Hero—took a hike. Meanwhile, he's still despised and looked down on, has paid an incredibly high price for whatever he's worked for, and has been betrayed by almost everyone he knows. And, to top it all off, his pregnant girlfriend just abandoned him. Caine Soren from Gone

Fan

  • He just want to get the love of his life to laugh. The Joker from Batman
  • Because she is too afraid to reveal her true feelings, this is the only way she can spend time with her one true love. Shego from Kim Possible
  • After saving the empire from a racist military dictatorship, he spends the rest of his life protecting the empire from an out of control uprising led by domestic terrorists. King Galbatorix from The Inheritance Cycle

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Fenrir

  • A perfectly rational man who doesn't let emotions get in the way of getting his job done and understands it's not his or anyone else's place to deem if he crossed a line or not; it's history's and history's alone. Cancer Deathmask from Saint Seiya
  • Granted, he's a Blood Knight and has very high expectations for his teammates in fights, but he also adheres to those same rules himself and punishes himself accordingly when he loses too. He also helped make a Joke Character take many a level in badass and is set up for fighting one of the antagonists of the current story arc. Neptuneman from Kinnikuman Nisei

Figment Jedi

  • A noble and cultured king dressed in black who just wants that troublesome white knight and his allies to leave him and his princess alone. The Phantom Blot, essentially in his own words in a 90s era Mickey Mouse comic

Flametail Von Karma

  • A strong leader who gave hundreds a newer, better way of life, and is only looking to improve it by seeking territory that can support them. Scourge of Warrior Cats
  • A brave leader who wants to merge warring groups and 'purify' their ranks. Tigerstar, also of Warrior Cats
  • A proud chief of police who believes that, if he is given control of things, the job will be done correctly every time. Gant of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

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  • A man, who was taken from his home when he was younger, has dreams of a better world. Along with his friend, he tries to make the world a better place. The Brain, Pinky and the Brain

Fleetlord

  • A great warrior, this man discovers that a rival superpower has developed a horrifying weapon of genocide. The rival government claims that it is a device for "peaceful terraforming", but even if this claim weas not laughable, the fact that the device was invented by the son of the rival nation's most notorious military commander tells him all he needs to know. The warrior leads his men on a quest to destroy the weapon and the research developing it, or, failing that, to at least secure the horrible weapon for his own people, ensuring MAD-enforced peace. After some hesitation, he decides he has no choice but to kill the inventor. He is slain in battle with the enemy commander, dying for his people and bringing honor to his family. Commander Kruge, Star Trek III.
  • This nation was carved from the wilderness by outcasts and political refugees. It eventually grew into a continent-sprawling great power which proceeded to liberate Eurasia from the Nazis. It then set about unifying the world under a regime wherein every man can live up to his full potential, yet even the lowliest menial worker would be satisfied, nay, happy, with his lot in life. The nation has accomplished this utopian dream, though it still faces attacks from the descendants of the people who sent its founders into exile in the first place. The Domination of the Draka.

Floria

  • A beautiful young Action Girl who manages to maintain her sense of humor even in the face of overwhelming tragedy and enjoys giving hugs. Laughing Octopus/Laughing Beauty from Metal Gear Solid 4
  • The champion of beauty, pleasure, and passion in a world dominated by grim, dictatorial militarism. Slaanesh from Warhammer 40K.
  • A clever, determined, and rather kinky Ensemble Dark Horse with a lot of style and a talent for multitasking, who gave up everything for the sake of the ideals of the man he loved and a free world. Ocelot, Metal Gear saga
  • A devoted mother who just wanted justice for her disabled son. Pamela Voorhees, from Friday the 13th (1980)
  • A brilliant, inner-directed Genius Bruiser who used his unique talents and vision to conspire against Nazi Germany from within. Unfortunately, his efforts to unlock his full potential put him on the wrong side of Beauty Equals Goodness and made him an outcast from normal society. The Red Skull, from Captain America: The First Avenger
  • A strong woman who managed to build a successful career for herself under a highly patriarchal right-wing regime, and now wants to find a man who can keep up with her. Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS
  • A woman who's unconventionally beautiful, badass, and, after some consciousness raising, comfortable in her own skin. She had always been different. After spending her childhood trying to hide, she finally chose to embrace her distinctiveness and fight for a world in which she wouldn't have to pass for normal - this alienated her from the only family she had. After she suffers a disabling injury while fighting for their shared cause, she's rejected by the man who introduced her to radical identity politics. Mystique in the X-Men movies.

ForsytheTheWeird

  • This tortured soul was a tireless animal rights crusader, out to end the tradition of ritualized blood sport plaguing his world. He was also a devoted father who took a great interest in raising his son right, allowing him the honor of gaining all the glory and attention while he was content to stay out of the spotlight. He was also responsible for saving the lives of at least three people. Even after his defeat he was so magnanimous as to give the boy who selfishly undid everything he worked for three unique and powerful artifacts. When he returned, he made contributions in reversing global warming. He's also physically disabled, but hasn't let it get in his way. Ghetsis, Pokemon Black and White

foxmccloud4387

  • A fragment of an Artificial Intelligence that was mind-raped and fragmented by his "father" in a callous attempt to save money, he uses his cunning and craftiness to work with his "brothers" and undo what was done wrong to them and become whole again. Oh, and he helps a clumsy, brutish soldier take a level in badass. Sigma, Red vs. Blue
  • A heartbroken man who is persecuted for his well-intentioned attempts to help the armed forces. Thankfully, he was able to escape via Loophole Abuse. The Director, Red vs. Blue

Frisko

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  • A surgeon who only wants to make his clients beautiful. Dr. Steinman, Bioshock.
  • An artist, abandoned by his best friend and betrayed by his colleagues, requests only four pictures from someone before sending them exactly where they need to go, and even goes so far as to supply them whatever they may need to collect the shots. Sander Cohen, Bioshock.

Furudead/Souleater17

  • After going through an inordinate amount of trauma as a child and having to watch her closest friends die, she was forced to solve the crime herself. Now an adult, she attempts to escape her traumatic past by solving other mysteries, but in her attempts to solve an infamous murder mystery and reveal the truth, she is beaten and nearly killed by the mass murderer's lover/nephew and his younger sister, who is in love with him. She is left with no choice but to leave the crime unsolved. Bernkastel, Umineko no Naku Koro ni

Fuzzy Alien/Dude Wheres My Password

  • An independent thinker who once worked on a creative project in collaboration with several members of his family. At one point, he added a unique and original contribution to this project and presented it to his colleagues/family members. They proceeded to disown him and violently drive him out of their family home simply because they disliked his idea. Not discouraged, he continued to work independently, developing his own idea and expanding its scope, but his family members continue to interfere with his work whenever they can. The Lone Power, Young Wizards
  • An elderly scientist who conducts research to create a medicine that dramatically improves the long-term health of whoever takes it. His personal goals include reconnecting with some old friends he used to drink with a long time ago and expanding his knowledge of the world. He likes to pat people on the head. He has fathered many children, but all of them have eventually rejected him. Szilard Quates, Baccano!
  • A little boy who wants to be loved and have fun. Everyone in his community hates him, even his own family; his attempts to make himself liked only intensify their hatred. Anthony Fremont, It's a Good Life/The Twilight Zone (1959)
  • Her dying wish was to help an old friend achieve his full potential. Regalia, The Reckoners
  • In a world where most superhumans are power-mad tyrants, one of the most powerful among them chooses instead to selflessly serve a higher cause, striving to bring an end to the chaos that plagues his world. Obliteration, The Reckoners


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