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22nd Aug '16 6:04:04 AM WillBGood
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* The third season and end of the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' have seen the titular character take quite a bit of karmic retribution, including the death of [[spoiler:his fiancee and possible biological father]], and then [[spoiler:his fiance being resurrected as a cyborg, only to leave Archer for the man who murdered her in the first place]].

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* The third season and end of the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' have seen the titular character take quite a bit of karmic retribution, including the death of [[spoiler:his fiancee and his possible biological father]], and then [[spoiler:his fiance being resurrected as a cyborg, only to leave Archer for the man who murdered her in the first place]].



* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ameri'' episode "Weiner of Our Discontent", Roger claims to have been sent to Earth as the "decider" of humanity's fate. It turns out he was actually just a crash-test dummy for an alien UFO manufacturer.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/Ameri'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' episode "Weiner of Our Discontent", Roger claims to have been sent to Earth as the "decider" of humanity's fate. It turns out he was actually just a crash-test dummy for an alien UFO manufacturer.
22nd Aug '16 5:57:31 AM WillBGood
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** She is not the only one with this fate, however. [[IAmAHumanitarian Ogre Midgety]], [[MadScientist Paracels]], [[FallenHero Donald]], Elg, Argut and even [[TheHero Almar]] all suffer from their arrogance very often. Not being arrogant is one of the main themes in decalogy.

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** She is not the only one with this fate, however. [[IAmAHumanitarian Ogre Midgety]], [[MadScientist Paracels]], [[FallenHero Donald]], Elg, Argut and even [[TheHero Almar]] all suffer from their arrogance very often. Not being arrogant is one of the main themes in the decalogy.



** He did get a (for him) painful come-uppance in ''The Jiminy Conjecture'', when he was [[spoiler:shown to be wrong about the species of cricket the boys had been hearing. Causing him to lose a prized comic book over a bet]]

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** He did get a (for him) painful come-uppance in ''The Jiminy Conjecture'', when he was [[spoiler:shown to be wrong about the species of cricket the boys had been hearing. Causing hearing, causing him to lose a prized comic book over a bet]]
22nd Aug '16 5:55:33 AM WillBGood
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* Corina, the VillainProtagonist of Sukhinov's ''Emerald City'' decalogy (which is based on "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"), starts off as arrogant MagnificentBastard who by the end of the first book controls the Emerald city, practicaly controls most of the Magic Land's remainder (including Violet and Blue lands), and made the Good Witches prisoners in their lands. Then in the book two Ellie dethrones her, following which she starts a slow downward spiral. By the book ten she has been captured by the BigBad, BroughtDownToNormal, turned into a (non-talking) mouse, locked in a cage for ''weeks'' and the cage is currently located in a basement filling with water. After one of her previous opponents rescues her from said basement, even he refers to her as "poor Corina"...

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* Corina, the VillainProtagonist of Sukhinov's ''Emerald City'' decalogy (which is based on "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"), starts off as arrogant MagnificentBastard who by the end of the first book controls the Emerald city, practicaly controls most of the Magic Land's remainder (including Violet and Blue lands), and made the Good Witches prisoners in their lands. Then in the book two Ellie dethrones her, following which she starts a slow downward spiral. By the book ten she has been captured by the BigBad, BroughtDownToNormal, turned into a (non-talking) mouse, locked in a cage for ''weeks'' ''weeks''... and the cage is currently located in a basement filling with water. After one of her previous opponents rescues her from said basement, even he refers to her as "poor Corina"...Corina".
22nd Aug '16 5:55:00 AM WillBGood
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* Corina, the VillainProtagonist, of Sukhinov's ''Emerald City'' decalogy (which is based on "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"), starts off as arrogant MagnificentBastard who by the end of the first book controls the Emerald city, practicaly controls most of the Magic Land's remainder (including Violet and Blue lands), and made the Good Witches prisoners in their lands. Then in the book two Ellie dethrones her, following which she starts a slow downward spiral. By the book ten she has been captured by the BigBad, BroughtDownToNormal, turned into a (non-talking) mouse, locked in a cage for ''weeks'' and the cage is currently located in a basement filling with water. After one of her previous opponents rescues her from said basement, even he refers to her as "poor Corina"...

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* Corina, the VillainProtagonist, VillainProtagonist of Sukhinov's ''Emerald City'' decalogy (which is based on "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"), starts off as arrogant MagnificentBastard who by the end of the first book controls the Emerald city, practicaly controls most of the Magic Land's remainder (including Violet and Blue lands), and made the Good Witches prisoners in their lands. Then in the book two Ellie dethrones her, following which she starts a slow downward spiral. By the book ten she has been captured by the BigBad, BroughtDownToNormal, turned into a (non-talking) mouse, locked in a cage for ''weeks'' and the cage is currently located in a basement filling with water. After one of her previous opponents rescues her from said basement, even he refers to her as "poor Corina"...
22nd Aug '16 5:54:45 AM WillBGood
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** Diana's male (cocky, arrogant and charming) counterpart [[BigBad Caine Soren]] may be heading towards this as of ''FEAR'', which was quite a blow to his pride. [[spoiler: Has his hands cased in cement, a crown stapled to his head and is then paraded through town in a humiliation conga curtosy of Penny.]]Oh yeah, and he wet himself in the process.

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** Diana's male (cocky, arrogant and charming) counterpart [[BigBad Caine Soren]] may be heading towards this as of ''FEAR'', which was quite a blow to his pride. [[spoiler: Has his hands cased in cement, cement and a crown stapled to his head head, and is then paraded through town in a humiliation conga curtosy courtesy of Penny.]]Oh ]] Oh yeah, and he wet himself in the process.
22nd Aug '16 5:04:40 AM WillBGood
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** Worst hit is ComicBook/EmmaFrost, by the end of [[spoiler:the ''Mercury Falling'' story arc, she's been broken so hard that she gets a genuine PetTheDog moment with her MoralityPet ComicBook/X23]].

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** Worst hit is ComicBook/EmmaFrost, by the end of [[spoiler:the ''Mercury Falling'' story arc, she's been broken so hard that she gets a genuine PetTheDog moment with her MoralityPet ComicBook/X23]].ComicBook/{{X23}}]].
22nd Aug '16 5:04:12 AM WillBGood
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* Envy Adams from ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'', ex-girlfriend of Scott. They met in college and were once a happy couple. However, over time, she begin to change the band she along with Steven and Scott were in by adding more people, taking it in a direction no one was happy or agreed to and even implied that she cheated on him. She reappears with her successful band and her new boyfriend (actually her [[ChildhoodRomance Successful Childhood Friend]] Todd Ingram, also Ramona's 3rd ex) in Volume 3. However, it's here she loses everything that she held dear. [[spoiler: She learns that the incident that Todd used to prove he still loved her (using his vegan psychic powers to create a massive crater in the moon) was actually done for Ramona first. We then find out that he cheated on her with Lynette Guygott, the drummer. Todd even hits her in his pride, believing he can do whatever he wants as a rock star. ]] In the end, all she's left with (besides her talents) are the clothes on her back and some money. Ironically enough, that includes the hoodie that Scott gave her back when they were still dating.

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* Envy Adams from ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'', ex-girlfriend of Scott. They met in college and were once a happy couple. However, over time, she begin to change the band she along with Steven and Scott were in by adding more people, taking it in a direction no one was happy or agreed to and even implied that she cheated on him. She reappears with her successful band and her new boyfriend (actually her [[ChildhoodRomance [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Successful Childhood Friend]] Todd Ingram, also Ramona's 3rd ex) in Volume 3. However, it's here she loses everything that she held dear. [[spoiler: She learns that the incident that Todd used to prove he still loved her (using his vegan psychic powers to create a massive crater in the moon) was actually done for Ramona first. We then find out that he cheated on her with Lynette Guygott, the drummer. Todd even hits her in his pride, believing he can do whatever he wants as a rock star. ]] In the end, all she's left with (besides her talents) are the clothes on her back and some money. Ironically enough, that includes the hoodie that Scott gave her back when they were still dating.
22nd Aug '16 5:03:46 AM WillBGood
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* Envy Adams from ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'', ex-girlfriend of Scott. They met in college and were once a happy couple. However, over time, she begin to change the band she along with Steven and Scott were in by adding more people, taking it in a direction no one was happy or agreed to and even implied that she cheated on him. She reappears with her successful band and her new boyfriend (actually her SuccessfulChildhoodFriend Tood Ingram, also Ramona's 3rd ex) in Volume 3. However, it's here she loses everything that she held dear. [[spoiler: She learns that the incident that Todd used to prove he still loved her (using his vegan psychic powers to create a massive crater in the moon) was actually done for Ramona first. We then find out that he cheated on her with Lynette Guygott, the drummer. Todd even hits her in his pride, believing he can do whatever he wants as a rock star. ]] In the end, all she's left with (besides her talents) are the clothes on her back and some money. Ironically enough, that includes the hoodie that Scott gave her back when they were still dating.

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* Envy Adams from ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'', ex-girlfriend of Scott. They met in college and were once a happy couple. However, over time, she begin to change the band she along with Steven and Scott were in by adding more people, taking it in a direction no one was happy or agreed to and even implied that she cheated on him. She reappears with her successful band and her new boyfriend (actually her SuccessfulChildhoodFriend Tood [[ChildhoodRomance Successful Childhood Friend]] Todd Ingram, also Ramona's 3rd ex) in Volume 3. However, it's here she loses everything that she held dear. [[spoiler: She learns that the incident that Todd used to prove he still loved her (using his vegan psychic powers to create a massive crater in the moon) was actually done for Ramona first. We then find out that he cheated on her with Lynette Guygott, the drummer. Todd even hits her in his pride, believing he can do whatever he wants as a rock star. ]] In the end, all she's left with (besides her talents) are the clothes on her back and some money. Ironically enough, that includes the hoodie that Scott gave her back when they were still dating.
22nd Aug '16 5:02:18 AM WillBGood
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* [[spoiler: [[SmugSnake Kyoko]]]], from''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie''. [[spoiler: She's the serial killer who murdered several people, including the primary character and zombie, Ayumu Aikawa, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking as well as a massive]] WalkingSpoiler. She committed the murders to gain immortality, by using souls stolen from the people she murdered to regenerate from anything thrown at her. She gets careless with this ability and throws around the souls she's stolen like water while gloating about how she's "untouchable", which gives Ayumu an opening - which he takes advantage of after disarming her, by fileting her with a chainsaw to run out her remaining supply of stolen souls. Realizing she's only got one life left at her disposal, i.e., her own, is enough to reduce her to a sobbing, pleading wreck.]]

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* [[spoiler: [[SmugSnake Kyoko]]]], from''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie''.from ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie''. [[spoiler: She's the serial killer who murdered several people, including the primary character and zombie, Ayumu Aikawa, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking as well as a massive]] WalkingSpoiler. She committed the murders to gain immortality, by using souls stolen from the people she murdered to regenerate from anything thrown at her. She gets careless with this ability and throws around the souls she's stolen like water while gloating about how she's "untouchable", which gives Ayumu an opening - which he takes advantage of after disarming her, by fileting her with a chainsaw to run out her remaining supply of stolen souls. Realizing she's only got one life left at her disposal, i.e., her own, is enough to reduce her to a sobbing, pleading wreck.]]
18th Aug '16 8:47:14 PM bobwolf
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'': Sunset Shimmer starts out as an arrogant AlphaBitch confident that she deserves to be the wielder of the Elements of the Harmony despite having stolen the crown from Twilight. Being defeated and forced to face a) just how awful she really is and b) that she really isn't ready for the Elements basically destroys her arrogance to the point that it actually becomes a [[FatalFlaw weakness]] that the [[EnthrallingSiren Dazzlings]] exploit in the [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks sequel]] to keep her out of the way. This ultimately turns in her favor, however, as regaining her sekf-confidence leads her to help save the day and become TheLeader of the Humane Six [[spoiler:and stop [[DrunkWithPower Midnight Sparkle]] at the climax of ''Friendship Games'']].

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'': Sunset Shimmer starts out as an arrogant AlphaBitch confident that she deserves to be the wielder of the Elements of the Harmony despite having stolen the crown from Twilight. Being defeated and forced to face a) just how awful she really is and b) that she really isn't ready for the Elements basically destroys her arrogance to the point that it actually becomes a [[FatalFlaw weakness]] that the [[EnthrallingSiren Dazzlings]] exploit in the [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks sequel]] to keep her out of the way. This ultimately turns in her favor, however, as regaining her sekf-confidence self-confidence leads her to help save the day and become TheLeader of the Humane Six [[spoiler:and stop [[DrunkWithPower Midnight Sparkle]] at the climax of ''Friendship Games'']].
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