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Darth Vader: Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father.
Luke Skywalker: He told me enough! He told me you killed him!
Darth Vader: No.
I am your father.
~ Darth Vader revealing to Luke Skywalker that he is his father, Anakin.
Scar: What are you going to do? You wouldn't kill your own uncle.
Simba: No, Scar. I'm not like you.
~ Scar reasoning with his nephew, Simba that he wouldn't take the life of a member of his own family, despite the fact that Scar did this to his own brother, Mufasa, to which Simba agree, not wanting to be like his despicable uncle.

Villains who are biologically relatives Heroes or any major protagonists, they can be parents, siblings, grandparents, ancestors, uncles/aunts, cousins, sons/daughters, grandchildren, nephews/nieces, descendants, distant relatives, or even clones of heroes.

This is a common trend in fiction in an attempt to add drama and to a lesser extent, irony to the story. Indeed, having to fight a close relative is a source of much inner turmoil to the hero who cannot reconcile their quest and familial ties. Often, this results in the villain attempting to turn the hero over to their side, though this can fail, especially when the hero meets the criteria of Pure Good. Other times, the opposite will occur and the hero will attempt to turn the villain back to their side, which can eventually lead to redemption. (The perfect example, of course, is Darth Vader). However, some hero-related villians can be Pure Evil if they have no affection and feeling of love towards the heroes while meeting all the criteria (e.g. Scar, Ego, Shao Kahn, Henry Evans, High Priestess, Ozai, Rip Blazkowicz, Unalaq, Light Yagami, and Johan Liebert).

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