History BullyingADragon / WebOriginal

11th May '18 10:30:05 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** As bad as it can be ''at'' Whateley, that's ''nothing'' compared to what sometimes happens elsewhere. In Australia, where some kids bullying a teen mutant who was a known rager[[note]]someone with a super-powered form of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - think a lesser version of ComicBooks/TheIncredibleHulk, in some cases including the '[[UnstoppableRage gets more powerful as they get angrier]]' part[[/note]] led to the massacre known as "Rager's Night", laws were later put into place which meant that anyone deliberately triggering a rager would get the same legal consequences the rager would.

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** As bad as it can be ''at'' Whateley, that's ''nothing'' compared to what sometimes happens elsewhere. In Australia, where some kids bullying a teen mutant who was a known rager[[note]]someone with a super-powered form of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - think a lesser version of ComicBooks/TheIncredibleHulk, in some cases including the '[[UnstoppableRage gets more powerful as they get angrier]]' part[[/note]] [[UnstoppableRage rager]] led to the massacre known as "Rager's Night", laws were later put into place which meant that anyone deliberately triggering a rager would get the same legal consequences the rager would.
11th May '18 10:11:49 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** As bad as it can be ''at'' Whateley, that's ''nothing'' compared to what sometimes happens elsewhere. In Australia, where the result of some kids bullying a teen mutant who was a known rager[[note]]someone with a super-powered form of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - think a lesser version of ComicBooks/TheIncredibleHulk, in some cases including the '[[UnstoppableRage gets more powerful as they get angrier]]' part[[/note]] led to the massacre known as "Rager's Night", laws were later put into place which meant that anyone deliberately triggering a rager would get the same legal consequences the rager would.

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** As bad as it can be ''at'' Whateley, that's ''nothing'' compared to what sometimes happens elsewhere. In Australia, where the result of some kids bullying a teen mutant who was a known rager[[note]]someone with a super-powered form of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - think a lesser version of ComicBooks/TheIncredibleHulk, in some cases including the '[[UnstoppableRage gets more powerful as they get angrier]]' part[[/note]] led to the massacre known as "Rager's Night", laws were later put into place which meant that anyone deliberately triggering a rager would get the same legal consequences the rager would.
11th May '18 10:11:11 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** As bad as it can be ''at'' Whateley, that's ''nothing'' compared to what sometimes happens elsewhere. In Australia, where the result of some kids bullying a teen mutant who was a known rager[[note]]someone with a super-powered form of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - think a lesser version of ComicBooks/TheIncredibleHulk, in some cases including the '[[UnstoppableRage gets more powerful as they get angrier]]' part[[/note]] led to the massacre known as "Rager's Night", laws were later put into place which meant that anyone deliberately triggering a rager would get the same legal consequences the rager would.
28th Apr '18 10:56:28 AM Muppet
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* The ''WebOriginal/GameGrumps'' of all people managed to do this during their playthrough of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' where they not only mocked Ross, a self-confessed ''sadist'', because his levels weren't hard enough but also challenged him to do better. He came back swinging by inflicting "Boss Rush" and "Companion Spring 2" on them, a pair of MalevolentArchitecture riddled {{Death Course}}s rife with BottomlessPits, CheckPointStarvation, {{Inconveniently Placed Conveyor Belt}}s, {{Invisible Block}}s, TrialAndErrorGameplay, SpikesOfDoom, and lots of lava. The former resulted in four straight episodes of screaming, the latter they outright RageQuit.

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* The ''WebOriginal/GameGrumps'' of all people managed to do this during their playthrough of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' where they not only mocked Ross, a self-confessed ''sadist'', because his levels weren't hard enough but also challenged him to do better. He came back swinging by inflicting "Boss Rush" and "Companion Spring 2" on them, a pair of MalevolentArchitecture riddled {{Death Course}}s rife with BottomlessPits, CheckPointStarvation, {{Inconveniently Placed Conveyor Belt}}s, {{Invisible Block}}s, TrialAndErrorGameplay, SpikesOfDoom, and lots of lava. The former resulted in four straight episodes of screaming, the latter they outright RageQuit.RageQuit.
* [[https://ksr-ugc.imgix.net/assets/004/126/340/10ba830ba45f9c8425b0413b628d94ce_original.png?w=680&fit=max&v=1436523407&auto=format&lossless=true&s=f991ee77fc94828877b288ef34cdfe90 Nightfall Nod]] from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Faweex1r__s Midnight Mares]] who is essentially an Expy of Nightmare Moon as a teenager pony sums this trope up nicely:
-->'''Nightfall Nod''': I get to be the bully now.
16th Apr '18 2:31:32 PM Ea4g
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* WebOriginal/InhumanExperience: The [[SarcasmMode "genius" plan]] to [[spoiler: control Tamar? Manipulate her into hating herself throughout her childhood and then set her up with a handler who [[DoubleEntendre "handles"]] her to control her further [[note]][[TooDumbToLive his idea by the way]][[/note]].]] To paraphrase the smoldering pile of ash that used to be federal agent, they were playing with fire in a paper house.
7th Apr '18 3:15:43 PM gophergiggles
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': In episode 6, Melissa chastises Keedran for always acting so sarcastic and silly, in comparison to her fellow guardians Kai, Eleenin, and Drake. The thing is, Keedran is an ''actual deity'' who is a KnightInSourArmor about protecting humanity, and when Melissa's lashing ends up pressing her BerserkButton, Keedran reminds her ''exactly'' who she is dealing with in a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': In episode 6, Melissa chastises Keedran for always acting so sarcastic and silly, in comparison to her fellow guardians Kai, Eleenin, and Drake. The thing is, Keedran is an ''actual deity'' who is a KnightInSourArmor about protecting humanity, and when Melissa's lashing ends up pressing her BerserkButton, Keedran reminds her ''exactly'' who she is dealing with in a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.
* The ''WebOriginal/GameGrumps'' of all people managed to do this during their playthrough of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' where they not only mocked Ross, a self-confessed ''sadist'', because his levels weren't hard enough but also challenged him to do better. He came back swinging by inflicting "Boss Rush" and "Companion Spring 2" on them, a pair of MalevolentArchitecture riddled {{Death Course}}s rife with BottomlessPits, CheckPointStarvation, {{Inconveniently Placed Conveyor Belt}}s, {{Invisible Block}}s, TrialAndErrorGameplay, SpikesOfDoom, and lots of lava. The former resulted in four straight episodes of screaming, the latter they outright RageQuit.
7th Mar '18 9:33:16 AM Schol-R-LEA
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* Occurs in Literature/WhateleyUniverse to [[PersonOfMassDestruction Tennyo]], who has very, very bad luck. Unfortunately, she can also blow up very big things. Like continents[[note]]Technically, that only happened in a simulation, and only because she was killed during the sim in a way that caused ANuclearError. It still made the school administration sit up and take notice, though.[[/note]]

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* Occurs in Literature/WhateleyUniverse to [[PersonOfMassDestruction Tennyo]], who has very, very bad luck. Unfortunately, she can also blow up very big things. Like continents[[note]]Technically, continents.[[note]]Technically, that only happened in a simulation, and only because she was killed during the sim in a way that caused ANuclearError. It still made the school administration sit up and take notice, though.[[/note]]



** There has only been one case where this is not so. Let me just say that it involved the simulators, the reincarnation of the Greek god of the underworld and two hackers. Greek God has issues and wasn't expelled. Those who set it up, however...

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** *** There has only been one case where this is not so. Let me just say that it involved the simulators, the reincarnation of the Greek god of the underworld and two hackers. Greek God has issues and wasn't expelled. Those who set it up, however...
5th Mar '18 7:12:07 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': In 'Untamed and Uncut', Dave breaks into a [[BearsAreBadNews Windear]] exhibit to fight them. It does NOT go well for him.

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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': In 'Untamed and Uncut', Dave breaks into a [[BearsAreBadNews Windear]] exhibit to fight them. It does NOT go well for him.him.
* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': In episode 6, Melissa chastises Keedran for always acting so sarcastic and silly, in comparison to her fellow guardians Kai, Eleenin, and Drake. The thing is, Keedran is an ''actual deity'' who is a KnightInSourArmor about protecting humanity, and when Melissa's lashing ends up pressing her BerserkButton, Keedran reminds her ''exactly'' who she is dealing with in a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.
21st Feb '18 6:54:35 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* In ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'', during the Namek saga, Vegeta was being Vegeta which didn't endear him to Dende who has the ability to heal any injury. This almost ruined Vegeta's plan to take advantage of a Saiyan's natural ability to get stronger after healing from near fatal injuries and hopefully defeat Frieza in an EnemyMine situation.

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* In ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'', during the Namek saga, Vegeta was being Vegeta which didn't endear him to Dende who has the ability to heal any injury. This almost ruined Vegeta's plan to take advantage of a Saiyan's natural ability to get stronger after healing from near fatal injuries and hopefully defeat Frieza in an EnemyMine situation.situation.
* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': In 'Untamed and Uncut', Dave breaks into a [[BearsAreBadNews Windear]] exhibit to fight them. It does NOT go well for him.
16th Feb '18 6:41:33 AM cdrood
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* In ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'', during the Namek saga, Vegeta was being Vegeta which didn't endear him to Dende who has the ability to heal any injury. This almost ruined Vegeta's plan to take advantage of a Saiyan's natural ability to get stronger after healing from near fatal injuries.

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* In ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'', during the Namek saga, Vegeta was being Vegeta which didn't endear him to Dende who has the ability to heal any injury. This almost ruined Vegeta's plan to take advantage of a Saiyan's natural ability to get stronger after healing from near fatal injuries.injuries and hopefully defeat Frieza in an EnemyMine situation.
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