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11th Oct '17 2:32:54 AM Sandman87
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* In ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' this is presented as how the situation is ''supposed'' to be at the beginning, with shinigami sallying forth to take out the Hollow of the Week. After the first season things get a bit more complicated.

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* In At the beginning of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' this is presented as how the situation is ''supposed'' to be at the beginning, be, with shinigami sallying forth to take out the Hollow of the Week. After the first season things get a bit more complicated.
11th Oct '17 2:27:03 AM Sandman87
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* In ''Manga/Bleach'' this is presented as how the situation is ''supposed'' to be at the beginning, with shinigami sallying forth to take out the Hollow of the Week. After the first season things get a bit more complicated.

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* In ''Manga/Bleach'' ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' this is presented as how the situation is ''supposed'' to be at the beginning, with shinigami sallying forth to take out the Hollow of the Week. After the first season things get a bit more complicated.
11th Oct '17 2:25:39 AM Sandman87
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* In ''Manga/Bleach'' this is presented as how the situation is ''supposed'' to be at the beginning, with shinigami sallying forth to take out the Hollow of the Week. After the first season things get a bit more complicated.
29th Jul '17 8:58:47 PM Dravencour
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* The Reavers serve this purpose on ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', but the trope is actually more often subverted than not, as there are [[AbsentAliens no aliens]] and the characters are more likely to find themselves up against other humans than anything. [[spoiler:In the BigDamnMovie, ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', the Reavers are revealed to be once-human survivors of an Alliance experiment aimed at pacifying an entire planet's population and had the opposite reaction to the drug they pumped into the atmosphere]].

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* The Reavers serve this purpose on ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', but the trope is actually more often subverted than not, as there are [[AbsentAliens no aliens]] and the characters are more likely to find themselves up against other humans than anything. [[spoiler:In the BigDamnMovie, ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', the Reavers are revealed to be once-human survivors of an Alliance experiment aimed at pacifying an entire planet's population and had the opposite reaction to the drug they pumped into the atmosphere]].atmosphere, which instilled such apathy in everyone else that they simply laid down and died]].
29th Jul '17 8:57:03 PM Dravencour
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* The Reavers serve this purpose on ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', but the trope is actually more often subverted than not, as there are [[AbsentAliens no aliens]] and the characters are more likely to find themselves up against other humans than anything.

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* The Reavers serve this purpose on ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', but the trope is actually more often subverted than not, as there are [[AbsentAliens no aliens]] and the characters are more likely to find themselves up against other humans than anything. [[spoiler:In the BigDamnMovie, ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', the Reavers are revealed to be once-human survivors of an Alliance experiment aimed at pacifying an entire planet's population and had the opposite reaction to the drug they pumped into the atmosphere]].
30th Jun '17 8:00:16 PM SAMAS
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* The ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' juggle with this. The MOTW is either a giant monster or a giant alien.

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* The ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' juggle with this. The MOTW is either a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster monster]] or a giant alien.alien. Sometimes a [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs giant alien monster]]. It should be noted that the titular Ultramen are aliens themselves, and many shows have a number of friendly aliens and monsters(often giant too) that show up from time to time.
8th Jun '17 7:33:45 PM EtherReal
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*** {{Film/Species}} came out in 1995. People have been talking about the Chupacabra since the 1970s.
22nd Jan '17 11:12:09 PM Weirdoinventor
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** There is a surprisingly solid theory that the first person who spotted the Chupacabra was inspired by seeing the movie {{Film/Species}}, which fits this trope possibly even better.
19th Aug '16 9:01:30 AM NOYB
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** Inverted in an episode of ''Angel''. Cordelia has a vision about a demon and Angel proceeds to find and kill it as usual. Immediately afterwards, he finds out that the demon was actually on a mission from the Powers That Be and he should have been helping it. To be fair, he was also misled by an untrustworthy informant.

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** Inverted in an episode of ''Angel''. Cordelia has a vision about a demon and Angel proceeds to find and kill it as usual. Immediately afterwards, he finds out that the demon was actually on a mission from the Powers That Be and he should have been helping it. To be fair, he was also misled by an untrustworthy informant.informant who told him the demon was evil.
19th Aug '16 9:00:36 AM NOYB
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** Inverted in an episode of ''Angel''. Cordelia has a vision about a demon and Angel proceeds to find and kill it as usual. Immediately afterwards, he finds out that the demon was actually on a mission from the Powers That Be and he should have been helping it.

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** Inverted in an episode of ''Angel''. Cordelia has a vision about a demon and Angel proceeds to find and kill it as usual. Immediately afterwards, he finds out that the demon was actually on a mission from the Powers That Be and he should have been helping it. To be fair, he was also misled by an untrustworthy informant.
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