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With regards to Le Creuset, I can\'t be the only one, given that I first discovered WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds through him (on the Seed page), and he was already there. He\'s also got entries on EvilIsCool and MagnificentBastard. Anyway, what the trope refers to is that a character hurts so much they want to take everything out. As the page used to say, \
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With regards to Le Creuset, I can\\\'t be the only one, given that I first discovered WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds through him (on the Seed page), and he was already there. He\\\'s also got entries on EvilIsCool and MagnificentBastard. Anyway, what the trope refers to is that a character hurts so much they want to take everything out. As the page used to say, \\\"everything has to go\\\" so that they can feel better...often right before they go too. It\\\'s about what\\\'s motivating you to be an OmnicidalManiac, and it very much applies to Le Creuset. Attempts were made recently to split the page between Woobies and something called PutThemAllOutOfMyMisery (which really sounds like Rau, doesn\\\'t it) but the latter trope is \\\'\\\'so\\\'\\\' poorly written, and \\\'\\\'so\\\'\\\' badly constructed that it\\\'s impossible to tell who qualifies and who doesn\\\'t, or even what exactly it\\\'s supposed to be about. Even after the page split, Le Creuset still hits every requirement for WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. On a personal note, not giving him DracoInLeatherPants. He\\\'s a monster who needed to die; just one that I happen to a)-feel sorry for, and b)-think was a great villain. Check out the Seed page for more on what people think of Rau. Like Flay, he\\\'s listed as a very polarising character with your and my opinions representing more or less the split. (That\\\'s not getting into the crazy fangirls who think he should like, totally, have been allowed to blow up the world).

Is there a better term for Luna\\\'s role? I don\\\'t want to add her back if you really feel that strongly about it, but it seems to be that she does meet the DarkChick requirements.

Like the comment about Neo; but hey, this is [[StupidEvil Djibril]] we\\\'re talking about. He probably thought it the height of cunning.
Changed line(s) 3 from:
With regards to Le Creuset, I can\'t be the only one, given that I first discovered WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds through him (on the Seed page), and he was already there. He\'s also got entries on EvilIsCool and MagnificentBastard. Anyway, what the trope refers to is that a character hurts so much they want to take everything out. As the page used to say, \
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With regards to Le Creuset, I can\\\'t be the only one, given that I first discovered WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds through him (on the Seed page), and he was already there. He\\\'s also got entries on EvilIsCool and MagnificentBastard. Anyway, what the trope refers to is that a character hurts so much they want to take everything out. As the page used to say, \\\"everything has to go\\\" so that they can feel better...often right before they go too. It\\\'s about what\\\'s motivating you to be an OmnicidalManiac, and it very much applies to Le Creuset. Attempts were made recently to split the page between Woobies and something called PutThemAllOutOfMyMisery (which really sounds like Rau, doesn\\\'t it) but the latter trope is \\\'\\\'so\\\'\\\' poorly written, and \\\'\\\'so\\\'\\\' badly constructed that it\\\'s impossible to tell who qualifies and who doesn\\\'t, or even what exactly it\\\'s supposed to be about. Even after the page split, Le Creuset still hits every requirement for WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. On a personal note, not giving him DracoInLeatherPants. He\\\'s a monster who needed to die; just one that I happen to a)-feel sorry for, and b)-think was a great villain.

Is there a better term for Luna\\\'s role? I don\\\'t want to add her back if you really feel that strongly about it, but it seems to be that she does meet the DarkChick requirements.

Like the comment about Neo; but hey, this is [[StupidEvil Djibril]] we\\\'re talking about. He probably thought it the height of cunning.
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