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14th Apr, 2019 04:42:36 PM

I don't know if there's a trope for this, but if there is I would think that Bucky from Captain America: Winter Soldier would count. He blames himself for things he did while he was being controlled.

14th Apr, 2019 05:12:56 PM

The example in the OP doesn't help much, since I'm not familiar with the series it's from, but it sounds like the characters involved were Unwitting Pawns.

A pawn/patsy/whatever's hand can be forced either directly, or indirectly. It's also possible for the person using them to not even speak with them, especially if the pawn's own decisions works to the user's advantage.

Edited by MiinU

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