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13th May '18 5:51:03 PM kawaiineko333
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'': In "Staring Into The Future," Cyborg and Beast Boy end up 30 years in the future after a staring contest. When they get to Raven, she has basically become God after defeating Trigon in the ultimate battle of good vs evil.
5th May '18 7:25:16 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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** Zeus turned Helen of Troy into a goddess when Agamemnonís son Orestes attempted to murder her.

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** Zeus turned his daughter Helen of Troy into a goddess when Agamemnonís son Orestes attempted to murder her.
5th May '18 7:14:48 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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** Ariadne was turned into a goddess by her husband Dionysus.
*** He does the same for his mother, Semele.

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** Ariadne was turned into a goddess by her husband Dionysus.
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Dionysus. He does the same for his mother, Semele.Semele.
** Zeus turned Helen of Troy into a goddess when Agamemnonís son Orestes attempted to murder her.
3rd May '18 8:35:27 AM godzillavkk
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* [[ParentalSubstitute Ashelle]] in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' personally believes this was the fate of the Dalish Elf Warden's mother. After her husband was killed by humans, she simply [[DeathByDespair lost the will to live]] and "Vanished into the forest."

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* [[ParentalSubstitute Ashelle]] Ashalle]] in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' personally believes this was the fate of the Dalish Elf Warden's mother. After her husband was killed by humans, she simply [[DeathByDespair lost the will to live]] and "Vanished into the forest."
27th Apr '18 7:31:42 PM godzillavkk
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* ''Film/{{Avatar}}'': When Grace Augustine passed away, she became one with Eywa: The Great Mother of the spirit world of Pandora.

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* ''Film/{{Avatar}}'': When Grace Augustine passed away, she became one with Eywa: The Great Mother of the spirit world of Pandora. The movie as well as Na'vi mythology implies that this happens to ALL life on Pandora when they die.



* The movie as well as Na'vi mythology implies that this happens to ALL life on Pandora when they die.
27th Apr '18 7:29:50 PM godzillavkk
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* The movie as well as Na'vi mythology implies that this happens to ALL life on Pandora when they die.
18th Apr '18 6:48:02 PM godzillavkk
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It is mostly a way to pay off a character. Or play off, in some cases. A way to [[PutOnABus put the character on a bus]], though that's not all that it's used for. If the writers should need the character back, it can be very easy to reverse, in which case the character will DePower as a GodInHumanForm. Sometimes the accession isn't even permanent if the writer needs some way for a character to enter a higher plane, then leave with something important like knowledge or a new power. If the character has left their clothes behind, untouched, it's a case of ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing.

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It is mostly a way to pay off a character. Or play off, in some cases. A way to [[PutOnABus put the character on a bus]], though that's not all that it's used for. If the writers should need the character back, it can be very easy to reverse, in which case the character will DePower as a GodInHumanForm. Sometimes the accession isn't even meant to be permanent if the writer needs some way for a character to enter a higher plane, then leave with something important like knowledge or a new power. If the character has left their clothes behind, untouched, it's a case of ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing.
18th Apr '18 6:47:38 PM godzillavkk
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It is mostly a way to pay off a character. Or play off, in some cases. A way to [[PutOnABus put the character on a bus]], though that's not all that it's used for. If the writers should need the character back, it can be very easy to reverse, in which case the character will DePower as a GodInHumanForm. If the character has left their clothes behind, untouched, it's a case of ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing.

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It is mostly a way to pay off a character. Or play off, in some cases. A way to [[PutOnABus put the character on a bus]], though that's not all that it's used for. If the writers should need the character back, it can be very easy to reverse, in which case the character will DePower as a GodInHumanForm. Sometimes the accession isn't even permanent if the writer needs some way for a character to enter a higher plane, then leave with something important like knowledge or a new power. If the character has left their clothes behind, untouched, it's a case of ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing.
16th Apr '18 4:43:00 PM LentilSandEater
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** This is strongly hinted in the regular cut as well (or was it one of the earlier movies?) when a character explains Davy Jones' backstory.
*** and in the legend on which these movies are based.



* In ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'', this apparently happens to Agent Smith after his...experience in the first movie. He then uses his power to copy himself and replace everyone inside the Matrix, including a Zion rebel inside it at the time.
** An alternate interpretation is that this is an aversion; Neo making him go all explodey is no different than when an Agent is rarely shot; they just take a new host. Because this particular defeat proves the current batch of Agents outdated, Smith simply goes back to the Machines to be replaced, except he feels an un-programmed urge to refuse this and stays in the Matrix instead. Copying onto Bane and leaving to the real world is certainly still an ascension, though.

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* In ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'', this apparently happens to Agent Smith after his...experience in the first movie. He then uses his power to copy himself and replace everyone inside the Matrix, including a Zion rebel inside it at the time.
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time. An alternate interpretation is that this is an aversion; Neo making him go all explodey is no different than when an Agent is rarely shot; they just take a new host. Because this particular defeat proves the current batch of Agents outdated, Smith simply goes back to the Machines to be replaced, except he feels an un-programmed urge to refuse this and stays in the Matrix instead. Copying onto Bane and leaving to the real world is certainly still an ascension, though.



* The horribleness of ''Film/TheGarbagePailKidsMovie'' transforms WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic into a [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey Star Child]]-like turd.
** In ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', The Nostalgia Critic's [[HeroicSacrifice ultimate fate]] is fusing with [[NegativeSpaceWedgie The Plot Hole]] to stabilize it, just as it absorbs the entirety of Earth. As revealed in ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick'', this is basically making him {{God}}. [[note]]He insists its more like what happened to Dave at the end of Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey, apparently believing that [[MindScrew that explains anything]].[[/note]]
*** However, ''The Review Must Go On'' reversed that. The Critic convinces Creator/DougWalker that there's still potential for him, an AssPull is used to explain that Donnie Dupree from ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' is the Nostalgia Critic in purgatory, and the Nostalgia Critic comes back. Don't worry about the PlotHole though: Douchey [=McNitpick=] ascends to take his place.

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* The horribleness of ''Film/TheGarbagePailKidsMovie'' transforms WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic into a [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey Star Child]]-like turd.
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turd. In ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', The Nostalgia Critic's [[HeroicSacrifice ultimate fate]] is fusing with [[NegativeSpaceWedgie The Plot Hole]] to stabilize it, just as it absorbs the entirety of Earth. As revealed in ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick'', this is basically making him {{God}}. [[note]]He insists its more like what happened to Dave at the end of Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey, apparently believing that [[MindScrew that explains anything]].[[/note]]
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[[/note]] However, ''The Review Must Go On'' reversed that. The Critic convinces Creator/DougWalker that there's still potential for him, an AssPull is used to explain that Donnie Dupree from ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' is the Nostalgia Critic in purgatory, and the Nostalgia Critic comes back. Don't worry about the PlotHole though: Douchey [=McNitpick=] ascends to take his place.
16th Apr '18 4:41:44 PM LentilSandEater
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* Happens to Master Oogway of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda''.

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* Happens to Master Oogway of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda''. It's a way of increasing tension since he is the only one who can handily defeat the villain. Now Sifu and Po have to figure out how to fight him alone.
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