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14th Mar '17 1:22:48 PM gb00393
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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to HundredPerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."

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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to HundredPerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: declaration when Stannis demands the capitulation of the northern noble Houses early in Season 5: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."
18th Feb '17 6:38:31 AM Derkhan
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* In the ''Literature/DreambloodDuology'', Ehiru spends much of the first book desperately needing dreamblood, but even when he could just secretly gather someone in the night and get what he needs, he resists because they refuse him and that it would not be in accordance with Hananja's Law.
21st Jan '17 9:47:00 PM CounterBlitzkrieg
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* ''[[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising]]'' has this as a gameplay mechanic. Keeping your squad pure from corruption means that you need to refrain from equipping the best weapons in the game as those tend to be tainted with the power of Chaos. The missions will also have conditions that needs to be done if you want the squad to avoid or lose Chaos corruption. Most of the time, those conditions will wind up making the missions harder than it needs to be. Finally, if you manage to keep your squad free of corruption, [[spoiler: [[TheMole the traitor]] will be Martellus rather than any of your squad members. That sounds good until you realize that [[ThatOneBoss he is one of the hardest bosses in the game if not the entire series.]]]] If you manage to have your squad remain free of corruption however, you will get the GoldenEnding.

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* ''[[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising]]'' has this as a gameplay mechanic. Keeping your squad pure from corruption means that you need to refrain from equipping the best weapons in the game as those tend to be tainted with the power of Chaos. The missions will also have conditions that needs to be done if you want the squad to avoid or lose Chaos corruption. Most of the time, those conditions will wind up making the missions harder than it needs to be. Finally, if you manage to keep your squad free of corruption, [[spoiler: [[TheMole the traitor]] will be Martellus rather than any of your squad members. That sounds good until you realize that [[ThatOneBoss he is one of the hardest bosses in the game if not the entire series.]]]] If you manage to have your squad remain free of corruption however, you will get the GoldenEnding.]]]]
21st Jan '17 9:45:51 PM CounterBlitzkrieg
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* ''[[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising]]'' has this as a gameplay mechanic. Keeping your squad pure from corruption means that the you need to refrain from equipping the best weapons in the game as those tend to be tainted with the power of Chaos. The missions will also have conditions that needs to be done if you want the squad to avoid or lose Chaos corruption. Most of the time, those conditions will wind up making the missions harder than it needs to be. Finally, if you manage to keep your squad free of corruption, [[spoiler: [[TheMole the traitor]] will be Martellus rather than any of your squad members. That sounds good until you realize that [[ThatOneBoss he is one of the hardest bosses in the game if not the entire series.]]]] If you manage to have your squad remain free of corruption however, you will get the GoldenEnding.

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* ''[[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising]]'' has this as a gameplay mechanic. Keeping your squad pure from corruption means that the you need to refrain from equipping the best weapons in the game as those tend to be tainted with the power of Chaos. The missions will also have conditions that needs to be done if you want the squad to avoid or lose Chaos corruption. Most of the time, those conditions will wind up making the missions harder than it needs to be. Finally, if you manage to keep your squad free of corruption, [[spoiler: [[TheMole the traitor]] will be Martellus rather than any of your squad members. That sounds good until you realize that [[ThatOneBoss he is one of the hardest bosses in the game if not the entire series.]]]] If you manage to have your squad remain free of corruption however, you will get the GoldenEnding.
21st Jan '17 9:44:53 PM CounterBlitzkrieg
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* ''[[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising]]'' has this as a gameplay mechanic. Keeping your squad pure from corruption means that the you need to refrain from equipping the best weapons in the game as those tend to be tainted with the power of Chaos. The missions will also have conditions that needs to be done if you want the squad to avoid or lose Chaos corruption. Most of the time, those conditions will wind up making the missions harder than it needs to be. Finally, if you manage to keep your squad free of corruption, [[spoiler: [[TheMole the traitor]] will be Martellus rather than any of your squad members. That sounds good until you realize that [[ThatOneBoss he is one of the hardest bosses in the game if not the entire series.]]]] If you manage to have your squad remain free of corruption however, you will get the GoldenEnding.
25th Dec '16 6:07:59 PM Az_Tech341
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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to HundredPerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."

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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to HundredPerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."
24th Dec '16 10:15:20 AM gb00393
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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100PerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."

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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100PerCentAdorationRating HundredPerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."
24th Dec '16 10:14:20 AM gb00393
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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100AdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."

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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100AdorationRating 100PerCentAdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."
24th Dec '16 10:13:42 AM gb00393
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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100%AdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."

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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100%AdorationRating 100AdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."
24th Dec '16 10:12:33 AM gb00393
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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end. While the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way.

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* This has become the theme of the ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Many of the characters that try to do the right thing, end up suffering for it in the end. While end while the characters whom plot and scheme against others, typically get their way. However, this gets {{deconstructed}} later in the series when it turns out being the DoomedMoralVictor can also lead to 100%AdorationRating and the UndyingLoyalty of one's subjects. This is perhaps best exemplified by ''ten-year-old'' Lyanna Mormont's declaration: "Bear Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is ''Stark''."
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