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But if I keep them, and she marries him, Then he probably won't want me dating her..."Something the hero has quested for intently is now within his grasp.
Whether villains know this and deliberately set up such situations to prevent their own capture (or to ensure that they can get the heroes later) is left as an exercise to the reader.
An Aesop with "My friends are more important to me than anything else" overtones almost always follows. (Conversely, under some circumstances, the very fact that the hero hesitates can make us suspicious about his moral instincts.) This trope is sometimes referred to as a "doctor's dilemma", after the title of a play by George Bernard Shaw (see "Literature", below). A specific form of the Sadistic Choice and a classic Moral Dilemma.
Now she and her little ninja buddy must stop 2 demons from opening the realm of the humans to the relm of the demons.
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