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8th Apr '16 2:48:10 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 1}}'': [[spoiler:the player character spends the majority of the game going through hell to find a water chip to save the Vault s/he hails from, only to be kicked out in the end for having become too different in the process]]. At least, that's the reason that s/he is given. In fact, [[spoiler:the Overseer fears that he will break the Vault Experiment by encouraging people to leave before the experiment's set date]].

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 1}}'': [[spoiler:the player character spends the majority of the game going through hell to find a water chip to save the Vault s/he hails from, only to be kicked out in the end for having become too different in the process]]. At least, that's the reason that s/he is given. In fact, [[spoiler:the Overseer fears that he will break the Vault Experiment by encouraging people to leave before the experiment's set date]].date. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero People left in protest of that decision anyway, caught up with the Vault Dweller, and helped found the tribal village of Arroyo]]]].
18th Mar '16 2:17:35 PM DyingWillKirby
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'': As a child, Nick was [[KidsAreCruel brutally bullied]] out of the [[ScoutOut Junior Ranger Scouts]] on his first day because predators, and foxes in particular, are [[FantasticRacism seen as sneaky and untrustworthy]].



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4th Feb '16 7:32:46 AM Paranoia
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* Chuck and his family get this treatment during AmazingGraceAndChuck, with most of his former teammates turning on him, kids picking on his little sister, and his mom and dad both getting harassed by the other adults in town.
4th Feb '16 4:58:09 AM eowynjedi
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* ''Webcomic/{{Guardian}}'' shows Lulu being isolated as a child because her magical prowess unnerves other kids. She's out-of-place at Bevelle's temple later because of her grief and growing sense of doubt. Yuna, meanwhile, is actively mistreated by the clerics for the crime of being Braska's daughter, and Lulu notes how quickly they about-face once Braska defeats Sin.
3rd Feb '16 11:09:45 AM shokoshu
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** One word: Moe Szyslak.
17th Jan '16 7:56:53 PM nombretomado
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* In the StarfleetCorpsOfEngineers stories, Nasats treat P8 Blue and other "Quiets" like this. P8 Blue was regularly dismissed by her fellows and viewed as freakish or deformed. In fact, her differently-wired brain is a trait that lets her play a vital role in establishing relations with another race living on the Nasat homeworld. Naturally, P8 saves the day.

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* In the StarfleetCorpsOfEngineers ''Literature/StarfleetCorpsOfEngineers'' stories, Nasats treat P8 Blue and other "Quiets" like this. P8 Blue was regularly dismissed by her fellows and viewed as freakish or deformed. In fact, her differently-wired brain is a trait that lets her play a vital role in establishing relations with another race living on the Nasat homeworld. Naturally, P8 saves the day.
17th Jan '16 11:00:22 AM Yuihime
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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', the Wizard's Tower is founded on the belief that anybody can learn to use magic, and it should not be unique to anybody. Consequently, most faculty and students resented Ariane since she was both genuinely talented at magic and a hereditary Seer, traits which contradicted the Tower's philosophy. [[spoiler: The one professor who ''did'' like her turned out to be an EvilMentor planning to use her to suicide-bomb the Tower, and points out that her social isolation made her vulnerable and trusting enough for his purposes.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', the Wizard's Tower is founded on the belief that anybody can learn to use magic, and it should not be unique to anybody. Consequently, most faculty and students resented Ariane since she was both genuinely talented at magic and a hereditary Seer, traits which contradicted the Tower's philosophy. [[spoiler: The one professor who ''did'' like her turned out to be an EvilMentor a TreacherousAdvisor planning to use her to suicide-bomb the Tower, and points out that her social isolation made her [[UnwittingPawn vulnerable and trusting enough for his purposes.purposes]].]]
17th Jan '16 10:57:34 AM Yuihime
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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', the Wizard's Tower is founded on the belief that anybody can learn to use magic, and it should not be unique to anybody. Consequently, most faculty and students resented Ariane since she was both genuinely talented at magic and a hereditary Seer, traits which contradicted the Tower's philosophy. An effort to repress her talents and earn their respect led to consulting an imprisoned demon for advice, and the demon convinced the entire school that she'd offered a blood sacrifice to it, getting her expelled. [[spoiler: The one professor who ''did'' like her turned out to be an EvilMentor planning to use her to suicide-bomb the Tower, and points out that her social isolation made her vulnerable and trusting enough for his purposes.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', the Wizard's Tower is founded on the belief that anybody can learn to use magic, and it should not be unique to anybody. Consequently, most faculty and students resented Ariane since she was both genuinely talented at magic and a hereditary Seer, traits which contradicted the Tower's philosophy. An effort to repress her talents and earn their respect led to consulting an imprisoned demon for advice, and the demon convinced the entire school that she'd offered a blood sacrifice to it, getting her expelled. [[spoiler: The one professor who ''did'' like her turned out to be an EvilMentor planning to use her to suicide-bomb the Tower, and points out that her social isolation made her vulnerable and trusting enough for his purposes.]]
17th Jan '16 10:56:40 AM Yuihime
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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', the Wizard's Tower is founded on the belief that anybody can learn to use magic, and it should not be unique to anybody. Consequently, most faculty and students resented Ariane since she was both genuinely talented at magic and a hereditary Seer, traits which contradicted the Tower's philosophy. An effort to repress her talents and earn their respect led to consulting an imprisoned demon for advice, and the demon convinced the entire school that she'd offered a blood sacrifice to it, getting her expelled. [[spoiler: The one professor who ''did'' like her turned out to be an EvilMentor planning to use her to suicide-bomb the Tower, and points out that her social isolation made her vulnerable and trusting enough for his purposes.]]
15th Jan '16 11:35:16 AM Nopperabo
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* Victims of childhood bullying live this trope.
* Anyone who has experienced racism, sexism, homophobia, ablism, or other forms of bigotry understand this trope well.

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