The officers escort Carl to an area controlled by Front Yard Ballas. The pair throw CJ from a moving police car and promise that they’ll be in touch. Shortly after his mothers funeral, Carl discovers that the rest of his family and former gang, the Grove Street Families are experiencing difficulty with some rivals. Carl finds himself dragged back into the street life he apparently once tried to leave behind. Carl manages to get out of the gang hood by the skin on his teeth, but only to find that he is being framed for – LA Police dispatch for homicide. Realising that things aren’t going be as swift as he first anticipated, Carl travels across the entire state of San Andreas to take control of the streets and save his family. Sweet, a powerful and uncontrollable figure, heads up the Grove Street Families–a gang with a never-ending list of problems. Sweet dislikes the fact that his sister Kendl is dating Cesar Vialpando because of his status in the Varios Los Aztecas. Sweet won’t respect Carl until he has “paid his debts”, and made up for the time that he was gone. Extremely loyal towards his gang, and the hood.
Cycle of Revenge
Jordan Todosey 10—13 regular Born “Gracie,” Adam is a trans boy. He and his stepbrother Drew transferred to Degrassi due to the excessive bullying that he received at his old school. After being outed by Bianca, he was once again the victim of transphobia , although he eventually earned the respect and admiration that he deserved from his classmates. Another major problem for Adam had been finding love as a trans man.
The ending also heavily implies she’s taken up being a vigilante in search of more rapists to bite.
I do not own Harry Potter and I do not own anything in reference to that entire imagined universe. Harry overhears Ginny plotting to force him in a situation that he has to marry her. Instead of going to useless teachers Harry decides to do some plotting of his own This is set during seventh year. He was doing that a lot during the past few months. Sometime during the previous summer Voldemort had attacked him in Diagon Alley with his entire army.
What Voldemort didn’t realize was that attacking Harry would invoke the wrath of the entire auror and Unspeakable force of Britain. Harry had talked Professor Dumbledore into discussing the Prophecy with the Ministry. Incompetent that they might be, they still had the aurors and Unspeakables. Everyone was forced to take an oath of silence and each time Harry went out he was tagged with numerous guards.
If Voldemort ever attacked, the entire force of Britain would swoop down upon him and whoever he brought with him. The ignorant idiot couldn’t resist attacking. No Death Eaters were captured alive this time though.
Rape and Revenge
In Familiar47’s Invader Zim fan-series, this is part of his character Skullene’s backstory: Eventually, she had enough, broke free during one of Rizz’s “visits”, killed him, and then proceeded to kill everyone else who worked in the prison, because they all knew what Rizz was doing to her and did nothing to stop him. She’s put in his harem and raped repeatedly along with the rest of his brainwashed harem while under his spell.
When she finally gets free, she responds by stealing his shard, shooting him in the leg, then locking him in a room with his now unbrainwashed harem , who hack him to pieces with swords. Her friend Melody later says well, writes that Critique got exactly what he deserved.
Ethan accidentally cutting Bron’s face in a combat tournament leads to Bron taking Ethan under custody, which leads to Ethan escaping, which leads to the Ravens declaring war on the Herons, which leads to Bron murdering Ethan’s brother Artor in battle, which leads to Ethan going after Bron, and so on and so on until the Ravens and Herons unite against the invading Tigris kingdom.
Civil War This trope, which happens a lot in the less idealistic revenge stories insofar as revenge stories can get idealistic , demonstrates the fundamental flaw in the common warping of the moral maxim ” do unto others as you want others to do unto you ” into “Do unto others what they did unto you”. The actual Golden Rule is about always attempting to look at things from the perspective of others, freely forgiving wrongs, and believing that no one should have to suffer at all, even if they deserve to.
Because of the complex web of genetic and social bonds that one forms over a lifetime, as well as the interactions between everyone entangled in that web, revenge might well begin with you but it most likely will not end with you. If he deserved to be treated how he treated you, his loved ones may also believe that you deserve to be treated like you treated him too. And yours may believe the same.
And so on and so forth. The result of this is frequently what is called a Blood Feud or Vendetta. Frequently in these stories, no side is completely wrong, no one is really right , both are very understandable, and such stories are usually painful to watch. Moral Myopia often deepens it, when both sides think that treating one of theirs is worth treating a dozen of the others , and so attempt to inflict that many torments and deaths in retribution.
The escalating body count creates a vicious circle that spreads out like a virus, causing more and more casualties as it goes on, until it ends with one party if not both of them getting wiped out entirely or being stopped. The Cycle of Revenge is one way to show that “two wrongs make a right” is a logically fallacious claim by deconstructing its as use as justification for vengeance.
It, more often than not, results in A Tragedy of Impulsiveness. It’s also very common in gangster stories, with the average gangster character avenging the death of a friend upon a rival gangster who may very well have had a similar motivation for his killing, as well as Romeo and Juliet-style Feuding Families stories. A lesser form of this tends to occur when two characters have a prank competition.
She switched identities with the original Amanda Clarke, whom she befriended in juvenile detention. After Frank threatens to reveal the secret, Amanda kills him and calls Emily, who takes her to her home in the Hamptons. Although she considers Emily her “sister”, Amanda is uncertain if Emily genuinely cares about her and begins to feel used. After Amanda finds Tyler’s body at the beach, Takeda drives her away and trains her to be an asset for Emily. In the season 1 finale, Amanda returns heavily pregnant.
Carl finds himself dragged back into the street life he apparently once tried to leave behind.
In this section, “Emily Thorne” will be referred to as “Amanda Clarke”, her real name. For most of her remembered childhood, she was led to believe her mother had died in when she was 5 years old and was raised by her father since. It was later revealed that Kara had tried to drown Amanda in the ocean, prompting David to finally send Kara away and into the Angel of Mercy Hospital. The Hamptons is where their life began changing.
She also became close with Bill Harmon , a friend of her father. One fateful night, Amanda was about to play with her dog, Sammy , when FBI agents came busting into their house and arrested her father for money laundering for the terrorist organization Americon Initiative. She sees one last glimpse of the Grayson couple who had him arrested before they took her away from her father. Under their abusive foster mother, Meredith Hayward , Amanda and Eli became close foster siblings, protecting and sticking with each other.
During her time there, Amanda developed the habit of playing with matches. At one point, Amanda was chosen by a family for adoption. Not wanting to be separated from her, Eli burned their house down with one of Amanda’s matches. Blamed for starting the fire, Amanda was sent to juvenile detention for five years. Juvie Days By age thirteen she was in Allenwood, a maximum security juvenile correctional facility run by Warden Sharon Stiles.
It was one of the things he learned from Professor Dumbledore even though the latter never intended that particular lesson.
Before leaving, Amanda gave Emily a necklace, promising she’d be back for her.