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Where is Trevor Philips from Grand Theft Auto V? He is an Ax Crazy, psychotic, drug kingpin and arms with a Hair Trigger Temper, but one of his surefire Berserk Buttons is to use the word motherfucker as sees it as disrespectful to mothers (He is totally fine with using it himself however.). Despite that above discrepancy one side mission has Trevor meet what seems to be his mom and in contrast to the rest of the game where verbally and sometimes even physically abuses everyone around him, he breaks into a blubbering mess after letting his mom verbally abuse him.
Another missing example would be Vito Scaletta from Mafia II. He is an Anti Hero who becomes a made man in mafia, but he originally got involved in organized crime to help get rid a debt his family had due to his father\'s drinking habits. More to the point of this the only time he cries in the game was when learns his mother died while was in prison (more specifically when his sister visited him and once again showcased this trope by wanting to the money he had out of prison be used to get her a good doctor.)
Why is Marv from the "Sin City" movie on here? How is he a "Bad Man"? Wasn't he one of the most morally pure characters in the film?
Example in The Walking Dead game
-In Episode 3 of The Walking Dead game, the three main antagonists are a mother and her two sons, who are cannibals. When you tell the surviving son that his mother and brother are dead, he screams in grief, and tries to goad the player into killing him.
I'd add it myself, but I'm not familiar with the code, and I don't really trust my writing ability. Anyway, good luck!
I replaced this conversation with a simplified version which indicates Lestat was an example of the trope and was a mummy's boy since that how the debate seems to work out. Lestat's relationship with his father is out of scope. Repair, Don't Respond
I simplifed this example: having a huge spoiler in the middle of an article is bad form. The details are far too much than the trope requires:I replaced this discusion with a generic form of the example which doesn't reveal Azula's identity. Repair, Don't Respond
Probably not an example: not at all clear this is a villain.
Not an example: trope refers to mothers.
Do we have an equivalent trope for bad men loving their fathers?
I thought of one, I call it Even Bad Women Love Their Daddy's.
There is Daddy's Little Villain
That is when both of them are villains. "bad men loving their fathers" would be something of a gender flip of this trope. "something" because only one of the two gender are flipped.
So what do you think of my suggestion?
That would one a hundred percent gender flip of this trope. It can't be its own trope.
Why can it not be that way? I mean it accommodates for women who go unmentioned who really do love their dear dads.
It's the same trope but flipped genders. That makes it a gender flip. Redirects Are Free; you can list Even Bad Women Love Their Daddy's on the work's page while still directing it to this one. If it makes you feel better, add a second redirect called Even Bad People Love Their Parents.
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