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15th Sep '17 10:54:38 PM Clockwork_Lemon
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* A recurring theme in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' is that Gon doesn't judge people. Even when he should. He's forgiven or befriended a surprising number of serial killers. Just [[BewareTheNiceOnes don't you dare]] let him catch you engaging in MoralMyopia...

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* A recurring theme in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' is that Gon doesn't judge people. Even people, even when he should. He's forgiven or befriended a surprising number of serial killers. Just killers, just [[BewareTheNiceOnes don't you dare]] let him catch you engaging in MoralMyopia...
11th Jun '17 1:36:04 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOhTheDarkSideOfDimensons''' prequel manga Sera is a CreepyChild who nearly succeeds in killing Kaiba, but in the movie she's a hero who wants to save Aigami from darkness, opening room for a lot of interpretation.
8th Jun '17 2:21:51 PM AgentS7
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* ''{{VideoGame/Undertale}}'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.

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* ''{{VideoGame/Undertale}}'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.care.



** The second example is yet darker: [[spoiler: [[FanNicknamke Chara,]] the first child to fall into the Underground. Ever-smiling, Chara appears to be completely disconnected from morality and the world at large. They only appear in the flesh [[YouBastard after you help them seize full control of Frisk's body by slaughtering every monster in the Underground,]] and most of their character [[NothingIsScarier is unnervingly vague.]]]] Was the character always this heartless? [[HumanoidAbomination Was the character ever even mortal to begin with?]] [[spoiler:[[CorruptTheCutie Did YOU do this?]]]]

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** The second example is yet darker: [[spoiler: [[FanNicknamke [[FanNickname Chara,]] the first child to fall into the Underground. Ever-smiling, Chara appears to be completely disconnected from morality and the world at large.morality, driven solely by amusement. They only appear in the flesh [[YouBastard after you help them seize full control of Frisk's body by slaughtering every monster in the Underground,]] and most of their character [[NothingIsScarier is unnervingly vague.]]]] Was the character always this heartless? [[HumanoidAbomination Was the character ever even mortal to begin with?]] [[spoiler:[[CorruptTheCutie Did YOU do this?]]]]
8th Jun '17 2:20:40 PM AgentS7
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* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.

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* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' ''{{VideoGame/Undertale}}'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.
8th Jun '17 2:19:52 PM AgentS7
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* ''Videogame/Undertale'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.

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* ''Videogame/Undertale'' ''VideoGame/Undertale'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.
8th Jun '17 2:19:21 PM AgentS7
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* [[UnderTale]] is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.

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* [[UnderTale]] ''Videogame/Undertale'' is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.
8th Jun '17 2:18:32 PM AgentS7
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* [[Videogame/UnderTale]] is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.

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* [[Videogame/UnderTale]] [[UnderTale]] is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.
8th Jun '17 2:17:58 PM AgentS7
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* [[Videogame/Undertale]] is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.

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* [[Videogame/Undertale]] [[Videogame/UnderTale]] is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.
8th Jun '17 2:14:34 PM AgentS7
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* [[Videogame/Undertale]] is a five hour waltz with the many, many ways innocence can be [[PlayingWithATrope played with.]] The obvious example is Flowey the talking flower, but this quickly turns into a subversion. Flowey is well aware that he's doing terrible things. He just doesn't care anymore.
** The first straight example in the game is [[spoiler:[[PlayerCharacter Frisk, the player-controlled character.]] Frisk's actions can range from Messianic heroism to slaughtering every monster in existence, and it's never clear how much of that is their choice and how much is the result of [[DemonicPossession outside influence...]]]]
** The second example is yet darker: [[spoiler: [[FanNicknamke Chara,]] the first child to fall into the Underground. Ever-smiling, Chara appears to be completely disconnected from morality and the world at large. They only appear in the flesh [[YouBastard after you help them seize full control of Frisk's body by slaughtering every monster in the Underground,]] and most of their character [[NothingIsScarier is unnervingly vague.]]]] Was the character always this heartless? [[HumanoidAbomination Was the character ever even mortal to begin with?]] [[spoiler:[[CorruptTheCutie Did YOU do this?]]]]
6th Jun '17 8:00:18 PM PaulA
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