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Linking to a past Trope Repair Shop thread that dealt with this page: Cut the real life section, started by Ultimatum on Jun 25th 2011 at 3:26:21 PM
Can someone list examples of villains that are a mix of Light Is Not Good and Dark Is Evil?
The Orzhov Syndicate and the Legion of Dusk are MTG religious factions that have a neat gothic catholic aesthetic.
Maybe a pic of Nemesis is better
I think the current pic is bit self-refuting. We know the angel is evil... because he has black skin and red eyes.
Yes, but he does come from the sky and light and all.
There's not even that much light. Mostly it's dull/dirty yellow clouds. Like I said, it's like they added darker elements to a standard "shining angel" picture to make the whole thing seem more evil. Which sort of contradicts the trope.
The ideal would be a picture that fully preserves the bright elements but still comes off as evil.
Fixed with honours. I trust no one will object to Elesh Norn's bright and well lit act of genocide
Motion to make the picture that of Light Yagami.
Why? Because of the pun value. Extra points if we can get a picture of him smiling and happy.
In Dark Souls, Gwyn, the Lord of Sunlight, created the dark signs and made humans undead because of his fear of the Dark, humanity who had been given the Dark Soul at the advent of Fire and the prophecy of the Dark Lord, who would end the Age of Fire and renew the Age of Dark according to the primordial serpent, Kaathe. In addition to this, the faith based characters mostly pray to Gwyn and other Lords, so their goodness is questionable.
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, and why they are boycotting the upcoming Subtle Knife movie.
Removed on account of there is no Subtle Knife movie.
There was a mention that there are some good Real Life examples in Light Is Not Good. The one about the KKK and the Shining Path terrorist organization fit this trope pretty well.
Given that the Dark Is Not Evil trope simply means that something which seems evil is actually good (regardless of whether it is literally dark and shadowy), shouldn't this trope cover things which seem good but are actually evil (regardless of whether they are literally light/bright)?
For example, this quote from the film Ghost Town:
"Hey, when the devil shows up, you think he's gonna have little red horns and carry a pitchfork? No, he's gonna work for Amnesty International, and he's gonna give all his money to the homeless."
The Guy on The Page look perfect for the trope
Represent positive emotions not means be "light-themed". The Chaos Gods are closer to The Legions of Hell thematically.
As noted the Weaver is not light-themed.
Be cute and gentle not means be light-themed.
Please, where the bit what explains Ultimo link with light?
If she is not light-themed, not belongs here.
Come on, in the western countries, white have "snow" and "ice" connotations.
The Word of God says she is an Elegant Gothic Lolita to associate she with the darkness and death theme of the series and guess have guessed in "black missa" when created her name. In others words, she is a darkness-themed character.(More kawaikos are not particularly light oriented,also.)
More Corrupt Cops are not particlarly light oriented, with or without Freudian Excuse.
Ok, Johan is pretty, where his light relation? By this description, he can be easily a vampire.
Purple and dark green are not very "brightly colored".
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How well does it match the trope?