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14th Jun '18 9:33:20 AM PStriderFan
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* [[CuteGiant Big Baby]] from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. [[spoiler:He gets taken away from his previous owner by Lotso, whom convinced him she never loved him in the first place. He was also manipulated into doing his dirty work and when Woody shows Big Baby the [[TragicKeepsake Daisy locket]] to remember his owner, Lotso [[KickTheDog cruelly taunts the toddler and smashes the locket in front of him]], unsurprisingly sending Big Baby to tears. Not to mention that Lotso even ''[[WouldHurtAChild hits him hard in the stomach]]'' with his cane during his StrawNihilist rant. This ''thankfully'' causes Big Baby to [[TheDogBitesBack get his payback to Lotso by throwing him into the dumpster.]]]]

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* [[CuteGiant Big Baby]] from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. [[spoiler:He gets taken away from his previous owner by Lotso, whom convinced him she never loved him in the first place. He was also manipulated into doing his dirty work work, and when Woody shows Big Baby the [[TragicKeepsake Daisy locket]] to remember his owner, Lotso [[KickTheDog cruelly taunts the toddler and smashes the locket in front of him]], unsurprisingly sending Big Baby to tears. Not to mention that Lotso even ''[[WouldHurtAChild hits him hard in the stomach]]'' with his cane during his StrawNihilist rant. This ''thankfully'' causes Big Baby to [[TheDogBitesBack get his payback to Lotso by throwing him into the dumpster.]]]]
4th Jun '18 4:49:03 PM Oecchi
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* Suzu from ''Manga/InThisCorneroftheWorld'' is the embodiment of this trope. Throughout the film, she goes from a sweet and care-free girl living in Japan, near Hiroshima in the 1940s. She marries a man, is sent to Kure, and [[spoiler:the napalm bombings of Japan starts. She's struggling to make ends meet and to feed her family. On a walk with her sister-in-law's daughter, they come across an unexploded bomb, which makes Suzu lose her arm and for Harumi, the daughter, to die.]]

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* Suzu from ''Manga/InThisCorneroftheWorld'' is the embodiment of this trope. Throughout the film, she goes from a sweet and care-free girl living in Japan, near Hiroshima in the 1940s. She marries a man, is sent to Kure, and [[spoiler:the napalm bombings of Japan starts. She's struggling to make ends meet and to feed her family. On a walk with her sister-in-law's daughter, they come across an unexploded bomb, which makes Suzu lose her arm and for Harumi, the daughter, to die.]]
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3rd Jun '18 11:42:37 AM Arso
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* Suzu from ''Manga/InThisCorneroftheWorld'' is the embodiment of this trope. Throughout the film, she goes from a sweet and care-free girl living in Japan, near Hiroshima in the 1940s. She marries a man, is sent to Kure, and [[spoiler:the napalm bombings of Japan starts. She's struggling to make ends meet and to feed her family. On a walk with her sister-in-law's daughter, they come across an unexploded bomb, which makes Suzu lose her arm and for Harumi, the daughter, to die.]]
11th Mar '18 5:28:15 PM PStriderFan
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* Big Baby from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. [[spoiler:He gets taken away from his previous owner by Lotso, whom convinced him she never loved him in the first place. He was also manipulated into doing his dirty work and when Woody shows Big Baby the [[TragicKeepsake Daisy locket]] to remember his owner, Lotso [[KickTheDog cruelly taunts the toddler and smashes the locket in front of him]], unsurprisingly sending Big Baby to tears. Not to mention that Lotso even ''[[WouldHurtAChild hits him hard in the stomach]]'' with his cane during his StrawNihilist rant. This ''thankfully'' causes Big Baby to [[TheDogBitesBack get his payback to Lotso by throwing him into the dumpster.]]]]

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* [[CuteGiant Big Baby Baby]] from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. [[spoiler:He gets taken away from his previous owner by Lotso, whom convinced him she never loved him in the first place. He was also manipulated into doing his dirty work and when Woody shows Big Baby the [[TragicKeepsake Daisy locket]] to remember his owner, Lotso [[KickTheDog cruelly taunts the toddler and smashes the locket in front of him]], unsurprisingly sending Big Baby to tears. Not to mention that Lotso even ''[[WouldHurtAChild hits him hard in the stomach]]'' with his cane during his StrawNihilist rant. This ''thankfully'' causes Big Baby to [[TheDogBitesBack get his payback to Lotso by throwing him into the dumpster.]]]]
11th Mar '18 5:27:12 PM PStriderFan
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* The character 5 from ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'' is a very sweet and trusting character, but that doesn't stop him from getting abused. First he loses his eye. And then [[spoiler: his best friend is killed right in front of him]]. And then, right when it seems like everything is going to be all right, [[spoiler: he dies.]]



* Joy and Sadness get this treatment in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut''. Joy and Sadness are both dedicated to doing their jobs, but Joy's ignorance and Sadness' self-doubt see them forcibly ejected from Headquarters and completely helpless as they watch Riley's self-identity and mental health crumble away piece by piece. The absolute lowest point for both of them is when [[spoiler: Joy is stranded in the Memory Dump, in danger of being forgotten and having failed at her job of making Riley happy, and Sadness, while not in the dump, watches Joy fall to her doom after being told by Joy in no uncertain terms that she's a danger to Riley's well-being, and after being treated as a liability for most of the movie. Both Joy and Sadness suffer a massive HeroicBSOD that sees them both, temporarily, completely losing hope. This all contributes to Riley's BreakTheCutie treatment as well, since she has neither Joy to make the best of her new situation, nor Sadness to properly address the pain she's experiencing, ultimately leading to her sinking into depression and trying to run away back to Minnesota]].



* Happens to Stefano in ''{{WesternAnimation/Madagascar}} 3''.

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* Happens to Stefano in ''{{WesternAnimation/Madagascar}} 3''.''[[WesternAnimation/Madagascar3EuropesMostWanted Madagascar 3]]''.



* Big Baby from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. [[spoiler:He gets taken away from his previous owner by Lotso, whom convinced him she never loved him in the first place. He was also manipulated into doing his dirty work and when Woody shows Big Baby the [[TragicKeepsake Daisy locket]] to remember his owner, Lotso [[KickTheDog cruelly taunts the toddler and smashes the locket in front of him]], unsurprisingly sending Big Baby to tears. Not to mention that Lotso even ''[[WouldHurtAChild hits him hard in the stomach]]'' with his cane during his StrawNihilist rant. This ''thankfully'' causes Big Baby to [[TheDogBitesBack get his payback to Lotso by throwing him into the dumpster.]]]]



* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie''. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone in heartbreak. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.



* The character 5 from ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'' is a very sweet and trusting character, but that doesn't stop him from getting abused. First he loses his eye. And then [[spoiler: his best friend is killed right in front of him]]. And then, right when it seems like everything is going to be all right, [[spoiler: he dies.]]
* Joy and Sadness get this treatment in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut''. Joy and Sadness are both dedicated to doing their jobs, but Joy's ignorance and Sadness' self-doubt see them forcibly ejected from Headquarters and completely helpless as they watch Riley's self-identity and mental health crumble away piece by piece. The absolute lowest point for both of them is when [[spoiler: Joy is stranded in the Memory Dump, in danger of being forgotten and having failed at her job of making Riley happy, and Sadness, while not in the dump, watches Joy fall to her doom after being told by Joy in no uncertain terms that she's a danger to Riley's well-being, and after being treated as a liability for most of the movie. Both Joy and Sadness suffer a massive HeroicBSOD that sees them both, temporarily, completely losing hope. This all contributes to Riley's BreakTheCutie treatment as well, since she has neither Joy to make the best of her new situation, nor Sadness to properly address the pain she's experiencing, ultimately leading to her sinking into depression and trying to run away back to Minnesota]].
* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie''. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone in heartbreak. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.
20th Jan '18 3:29:30 PM Psi001
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* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie''. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.

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* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie''. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone.alone in heartbreak. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.
20th Jan '18 3:28:56 PM Psi001
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* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.

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* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie.''Disney/TheTiggerMovie''. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.
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20th Jan '18 3:28:26 PM Psi001
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* The ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' series of all things does this to not just one but ''two'' characters in ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie. First Tigger starts to become lonely over the lamentation he's "the only one" and begins searching for a family, to no avail. The others attempt to cheer Tigger up by disguising as a family of Tiggers, but when Tigger finds out he was tricked he storms out of the Hundred Acre Wood to search alone. For most of the film's climax, poor Roo is in inconsolable tears from his idol having told him he never wants to see them again.
8th Mar '17 9:31:33 PM Puterboy1
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* In ''Anime/RingingBell'', a lamb named Chirin starts out as cute, friendly, and happy-go-lucky until his mother is killed by a wolf. So he seeks revenge, but realizes that he's too small and weak to do any damage. Thus he convinces the wolf to make Chirin his apprentice and he goes through TrainingFromHell until he becomes a deformed ruthless killing machine.

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* In Takashi Yanase's book and anime ''Anime/RingingBell'', a lamb named Chirin starts out as cute, friendly, and happy-go-lucky until his mother is killed eaten alive by a wolf. So he seeks revenge, but realizes that he's too small and weak to do any damage. Thus he convinces the wolf to make Chirin his apprentice and he goes through TrainingFromHell until he becomes a deformed ruthless killing machine. In layman's terms: a ram version of [[Characters/StarWars Darth Vader]].
19th Feb '17 10:30:37 PM CnHGirl
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* Joy and Sadness get this treatment in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut''. Joy and Sadness are both dedicated to doing their jobs, but Joy's ignorance and Sadness' self-doubt see them forcibly ejected from Headquarters and completely helpless as they watch Riley's self-identity and mental health crumble away piece by piece. The absolute lowest point for both of them is when [[spoiler: Joy is stranded in the Memory Dump, in danger of being forgotten and having failed at her job of making Riley happy, and Sadness, while not in the dump, watches Joy fall to her doom after being told by Joy in no uncertain terms that she's a danger to Riley's well-being, and after being treated as a liability for most of the movie. Both Joy and Sadness suffer a massive HeroicBSOD that sees them both, temporarily, completely losing hope. This all contributes to Riley's BreakTheCutie treatment as well, since she has neither Joy to make the best of her new situation, nor Sadness to properly address the pain she's experiencing, ultimately leading to her [[spoiler: sinking into depression and trying to run away back to Minnesota]].

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* Joy and Sadness get this treatment in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut''. Joy and Sadness are both dedicated to doing their jobs, but Joy's ignorance and Sadness' self-doubt see them forcibly ejected from Headquarters and completely helpless as they watch Riley's self-identity and mental health crumble away piece by piece. The absolute lowest point for both of them is when [[spoiler: Joy is stranded in the Memory Dump, in danger of being forgotten and having failed at her job of making Riley happy, and Sadness, while not in the dump, watches Joy fall to her doom after being told by Joy in no uncertain terms that she's a danger to Riley's well-being, and after being treated as a liability for most of the movie. Both Joy and Sadness suffer a massive HeroicBSOD that sees them both, temporarily, completely losing hope. This all contributes to Riley's BreakTheCutie treatment as well, since she has neither Joy to make the best of her new situation, nor Sadness to properly address the pain she's experiencing, ultimately leading to her [[spoiler: sinking into depression and trying to run away back to Minnesota]].
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