When characters get frustrated, they need a freaking drink. But when they are depressed, they get drunk. A well-known Truth in Television. It is often played for sympathetic laughs, but it can also be dramatic, embarrassing or angsty, especially if it goes with Off the Wagon or in Real Life cases of alcoholism. A character who is usually very stoic or tough but turns into a pathetic drunk can be very pitiable, showing just how much they miss somebody, but be careful not to keep it going for too long or they may lose characterisation as a tough guy. Characters who do this may also suffer from Past Experience Nightmares and are prone to not eating enough , and it might lead to spending the night with somebody as the next step in "healing".
Men of the cloth serve a plethora of roles in all branches of media, both modern and ancient. They may be wise counselors, corrupt bureaucrats or confused and bumbling but generally well-intentioned old duffers. But every once in a while, a preacher crops up who is intimidating, charismatic and completely devoid of morality. These archetypal villains typically serve as the Big Bad in their respective worlds, controlling vast hordes of starry-eyed True Believers or manipulating the inner workings of their Church. He is often a White Anglo-Saxon Protestant clergyman, but there's nothing saying he can't not be a white Anglo-Saxon and there's definitely nothing saying he can't be a Catholic especially if the setting is in the Middle Ages , and is clean-cut and perpetually smiling while delivering sermons that alternate between gentle reminders of the importance of virtue and scalding fire-and-brimstone rants commanding their followers to rise and smite heathens in the name of the Lord, amen. The Sinister Minister is a one-man Corrupt Church and it's usually a man in this role, though female examples are not unheard of in that all power typically ends up resting firmly in his hands and his hands alone as opposed to being shared out within an organization. He seldom employs Sidekicks or advisors, preferring to rely instead on his own usually very devious brain for scheming while entrusting the main grunt work to the hordes of unwashed and sanctimonious Mooks who make up the bulk of his followers.
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The following are lists of notable people who died by suicide. Suicides effected under duress are included. Deaths by accident or misadventure are excluded.
The X-Men are a team of mutant superheroes , published in comic books by Marvel Comics. Over the decades, the X-Men have featured a rotating line up composed of many characters. In , to oppose the threat of the techno-organic alien Phalanx , a team of X-Men was quickly banded together in Uncanny X-Men The team took on missions which required responses too violent or controversial for the X-Men to deal with directly. When Cyclops disbanded the team, Wolverine assembled a new team.
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