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17th May '16 7:39:14 AM Eievie
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-->-- Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold, ''Series/OnceUponATime''

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-->-- Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold, '''Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold''', ''Series/OnceUponATime''



* Warlocks in ''Literature/TheLegendsOfEthshar'' series qualify the more they use their magic, the easier and more pleasurable it gets. But the power's drawn from an external source, and a warlock who uses too much ends up being irresistibly summoned to that source.

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* Warlocks in ''Literature/TheLegendsOfEthshar'' series qualify the qualify--the more they use their magic, the easier and more pleasurable it gets. But the power's drawn from an external source, and a warlock who uses too much ends up being irresistibly summoned to that source.



* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer:'' [[FormerTeenRebel Giles's]] past as a demon-summoner was treated a bit like his hooligan / stoner phase - he himself describes it as an extraordinary high. Willow's subplot in season six was less subtle. It started with her abusing MundaneUtility and getting carried away with her rapidly-increasing power. It ended with her visiting an actual "pusher" who provided his customers with weird hallucinations. It was later subject to an AuthorsSavingThrow that denied that magic itself is addictive.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer:'' [[FormerTeenRebel Giles's]] past as a demon-summoner was treated a bit like his hooligan / stoner phase - he hooligan/stoner phase--he himself describes it as an extraordinary high. Willow's subplot in season six was less subtle. It started with her abusing MundaneUtility and getting carried away with her rapidly-increasing power. It ended with her visiting an actual "pusher" who provided his customers with weird hallucinations. It was later subject to an AuthorsSavingThrow that denied that magic itself is addictive.
13th May '16 2:33:49 PM Quanyails
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Amethyst and Pearl see [[FusionDance fusion]] as a means of feeling [[PowerHigh stronger]]- especially when fusing with Garnet. Amethyst becomes excessively reckless while fused with Garnet, and Pearl fakes a villain's distress signal at least twice to be able to fuse with Garnet more.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Amethyst and Pearl see [[FusionDance fusion]] as a means of feeling [[PowerHigh stronger]]- especially stronger]]--especially when fusing with Garnet. Amethyst becomes excessively reckless while fused with Garnet, and Pearl fakes a villain's distress signal at least twice to be able to fuse with Garnet more.
29th Feb '16 1:09:57 PM AuburnRed
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* In ''[[Fanfic/{{TheirMidnight Revels}}Their Midnight Revels]]''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.

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* In ''[[Fanfic/{{TheirMidnight Revels}}Their Revels}} Their Midnight Revels]]''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.
29th Feb '16 1:09:33 PM AuburnRed
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* In ''{{Fanfic/TheirMidnight Revels}}Their Midnight Revels''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.

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* In ''{{Fanfic/TheirMidnight ''[[Fanfic/{{TheirMidnight Revels}}Their Midnight Revels''While Revels]]''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.
29th Feb '16 1:08:53 PM AuburnRed
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* In ''Fanfic/TheirMidnight Revels''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.

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* In ''Fanfic/TheirMidnight ''{{Fanfic/TheirMidnight Revels}}Their Midnight Revels''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.
29th Feb '16 1:08:04 PM AuburnRed
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*In ''Fanfic/TheirMidnight Revels''While Edith Crawley and Thomas Barrow do not show all the signs of a parallel drug addiction, some of the syptoms of this trope still apply: such as expanded thoughts, uncontrollable inhibitions, heightened senses, and rapidly changing emotions, particularly rage, anxiety, and depression. Plus their behavior after they return from Faerie the first night mirrors the behavior of a drug user coming down from a high.
18th Nov '15 6:47:38 PM DAN004
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* In ''Videogame/MegaManBattleNetwork'', the Dark Chips (very powerful versions of normal Battle Chips, MadeOfEvil) are stated to be addicting to use; just one use will lead to the Net Navi slowly getting more and more dependent on it. Dark Chip users also tend to become easily irritated and being pricks. In gameplay terms, the Dark Chip, if you have any, will come out to your chip selection window when Mega Man is in the "anxious" state (if he gets hit a lot without retaliating), pretty much tempting the player to use it to turn the tides; the more you use it, the easier Mega Man will get "anxious". Using them will also give the effect of MaximumHpReduction per each use, much like how drugs slowly eat your body.
15th Oct '15 7:39:35 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Infernal}}'', Barbara seems to think that Lennox (the player character) is becoming addicted to the demonic powers he receives from the Abyss, either because it's [[TheCorruption inherently corrupting]] or because he [[DrunkWithPower just likes the power]]. Lennox does seem pretty keen to get the powers back once he's lost them, but whether there really is an addiction or whether it's just practicality isn't stated outright.
13th Sep '15 12:43:10 PM AireDaleDogz
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Amethyst and Pearl see [[FusionDance fusion]] as a means of feeling stronger- especially when fusing with Garnet. Amethyst becomes excessively reckless while fused with Garnet, and Pearl fakes a villain's distress signal at least twice to be able to fuse with Garnet more.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Amethyst and Pearl see [[FusionDance fusion]] as a means of feeling stronger- [[PowerHigh stronger]]- especially when fusing with Garnet. Amethyst becomes excessively reckless while fused with Garnet, and Pearl fakes a villain's distress signal at least twice to be able to fuse with Garnet more.
13th Sep '15 12:40:07 PM AireDaleDogz
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Amethyst and Pearl see [[FusionDance fusion]] as a means of feeling stronger- especially when fusing with Garnet. Amethyst becomes excessively reckless while fused with Garnet, and Pearl fakes a villain's distress signal at least twice to be able to fuse with Garnet more.
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