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Anakin, if one is to study a great mystery, one must study all of its aspects, not just a dogmatic, narrow view of a Jedi. If you wish to become a complete and wise leader, you must embrace...a larger view of the Force. Be careful, Jedi Anakin: only through me can you achieve a power greater than any Jedi. Learn to know the dark side of the force, and you will be able to save your wife from certain death.
~ Chancellor Palpatine corrupting Anakin Skywalker.
Fly away, my little Akuma, and evilize him/her.
~ Hawk Moth sending an Akuma to corrupt a distressed citizen
A kind of villain (or evil artifact) who is able to attract people towards the Dark Side, either by persuasion, temptation, or manipulation; by calling upon people's darkest desires and tempting them with the prospect of fulfilling their wishes or granting them power; or more simply because of the foul, evil energy that irradiates from it, so intense that it twists the mind of anyone who comes in contact with it and increases their inner darkness (sometimes by a mix of both, as seen with Malefor's case).

Those submitted to a Corrupting Influence grow increasingly manipulative and evil, depending on how the influence works and the way they are exposed to it. This corruption may only occur when someone is exposed to a Corrupting Influence (though the victim soon develops an unhealthy addiction to it or becomes convinced by the villain's arguments) or increase gradually over the time, but if nothing is done to stop it, the corruption will soon become permanent. Sometimes or rarely, this can lead to Damned/Condemned souls as ones may go over the Moral Event Horizon.

IMPORTANT: Please note that Pure of Heart heroes are completely immune to (or unaffected by or no longer subject to) Corrupting Influence, as they are incorruptible.

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