History Main / BrokenPedestal

22nd May '18 2:48:57 PM Lawman592
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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening trope in RealLife out there; an average real life Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or want), like your ChildhoodFriends or [[DisappointingOlderSibling your big brother or sister]]. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.

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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening trope in RealLife out there; an average real life Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or want), like your ChildhoodFriends or [[DisappointingOlderSibling your big older brother or sister]].(or sister)]]. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.
22nd May '18 2:47:44 PM Lawman592
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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening trope in RealLife out there; an average real life Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or want), like your ChildhoodFriends. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.

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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening trope in RealLife out there; an average real life Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or want), like your ChildhoodFriends.ChildhoodFriends or [[DisappointingOlderSibling your big brother or sister]]. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.
14th May '18 9:04:39 AM CourtDogs
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*** The pedestal is going to be broken even further with the reveal that [[spoiler:Rose *is* Pink Diamond who faked her shattering with Pearl's help]].

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*** The [[spoiler:Even though it turns out she ''didn't'']], the pedestal is going to be broken even further with the reveal TheReveal that [[spoiler:Rose *is* actually ''used to be'' Pink Diamond who faked all along, faking her shattering with Pearl's help]].help to save Earth]]. [[spoiler:Sapphire, in particular, did not take this revelation very well]].
13th May '18 2:48:21 PM NascentKnight
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*** The pedestal is going to be broken even further with the reveal that [[spoiler:Rose *is* Pink Diamond who faked her shattering with Pearl's help]].
7th May '18 8:35:49 PM Valiona
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* ''Fanfic/WhereTalentGoesToDie''
** Discussed in one conversation between Miura and Kagami.
** Played straight with the second murderer, [[spoiler:Mitamura]], who'd gotten along well with the group, [[spoiler:Iwasawa]] in particular. [[spoiler:It turns out that she cheated on a test in the past, and with Monokuma threatening to make their secrets known, committed murder and tried to graduate (which would have doomed everyone else)]].
** Averted with Edogawa. While Miura looks up to Edogawa as a writer, since Edogawa is Miura's favorite author, Miura's admiration is gradually replaced by friendship, as she starts seeing Edogawa as an equal, rather than an idol.
24th Apr '18 10:33:50 PM patriciovalencia117
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** T'Challa's admiration towards his father is shaken when he learns that [[spoiler: T'Chalka killed his brother and abandoned Erik. He wonders what kind of king, or what kind of ''man'' would do such a thing.]]

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** T'Challa's admiration towards his father is shaken when he learns that [[spoiler: T'Chalka T'Chaka killed his brother N'Jobu and abandoned Erik.his nephew Erik in the slums of Oakland as a child; said child would endure a life of racism and suffering only to grow up into the villain Killmonger. He wonders what kind of king, or what kind of ''man'' would do such a thing.]]
22nd Apr '18 10:52:40 AM CYSYS8993
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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening TruthInTelevision tropes out there; an average RealLife Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or desire), like your ChildhoodFriends. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.

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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening TruthInTelevision tropes trope in RealLife out there; an average RealLife real life Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or desire), want), like your ChildhoodFriends. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.
22nd Apr '18 12:56:20 AM Vir
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** Ben gets hit with this himself after Sarah is resurrected and she decides to destroy the world rather than take over it.

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** Ben gets hit with this himself after Sarah is resurrected and she decides to destroy the world rather than take over it.it over.
21st Apr '18 9:56:37 PM Gregsteve
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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives (as this troper has) would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening TruthInTelevision tropes out there; an average RealLife Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or desire), like your ChildhoodFriends. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.

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Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives (as this troper has) would concur that this trope is TruthInTelevision. In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening TruthInTelevision tropes out there; an average RealLife Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know. It doesn't always have to involve celebrities, either. It can also be the last person you'd expect (or desire), like your ChildhoodFriends. Affiliates whom you thought you had a close friendship with could one day all of a sudden turn on you, making you ever regret having any respect toward them at all.
20th Apr '18 6:05:03 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Let's not forget about [[SarcasmMode World's Best Dad]] [[CompleteMonster Shou Tucker]] now.

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** %%** Let's not forget about [[SarcasmMode World's Best Dad]] [[CompleteMonster Dad Shou Tucker]] now.
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