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20th Jun '18 10:07:36 AM doomquokka
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* For a one-shot gag in ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'', [[http://samandfuzzy.com/archive.php?comicID=597 here]], Fuzzy creates a Brown Note video to psychologically break Sid, another character. It might have worked if Sid hadn't run away.

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* For a one-shot gag in ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'', [[http://samandfuzzy.com/archive.php?comicID=597 [[http://www.samandfuzzy.com/597 here]], Fuzzy creates a Brown Note video to psychologically break Sid, another character. It might have worked if Sid hadn't run away.
7th Jun '18 3:52:50 PM CommanderPeepidot
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* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', Crona wrote a poem that causes anyone who reads it to wish they'd never been born, or in the zombie's case to wish he'd never been brought back to life

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* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', Crona wrote a poem that causes anyone who reads it to wish they'd never been born, or or, in the zombie's case to wish their zombie teacher's case, that he'd never been brought back to lifelife.
17th May '18 6:08:19 PM Baby_Moondancer
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** The closeup has him repeating "God help me, I'll tell you." and it's implied that he's actually saying it during the shot of Radiohead looking out the mirror.

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** The closeup has him repeating "God help me, I'll tell you." and it's implied that he's actually saying it during the shot of Radiohead looking out the mirror.window.
5th May '18 8:13:10 AM AnotherEpicFail
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* According to ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'', one of the many variants of [[MysticalPlague the Filth]] takes the form of unnatural sounds and eldritch graffiti that can cause Filth infection just as easily as exposure to its usual oily black goo form.
** Similarly, infected monks up in the Carpathian Mountains were supposedly capable of singing hymns that killed small animals within earshot.
** Hearing [[spoiler: Lilith's]] name spoken by its owner results in an immediate panic attack in any human hearing it. Supposedly, her [[IHaveManyNames other seventeen names]] can do even nastier things. In fact, even ''remembering'' her isn't safe, because memories of her can supposedly act with a will of their own inside the human brain.
** According to the Mask of Kan'ami, some of [[{{Oni}} Inbeda]]'s more flowery expletives have to be very carefully translated from [[BlackSpeech the demonic tongue]] into English, because a literal translation would boil human bowels and cause blood to leak from the walls.
** Played for laughs when players explore QBL Media HQ and discover that they have been keeping [[spoiler: the cursed videotape from ''Film/{{Ringu}}'' in their archives]], and a private showing has just killed everyone in the boardroom.
29th Apr '18 3:56:14 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' episode "Stars In Their Eyes" established that certain sounds could disrupt 'Moonman' Koopa's technology. In order to save the Marios from being blown up by Koopa's spaceship, the quirks- an alien race Koopa enslaved- use their double-snouts to toot a kazoo-version of the Zelda theme.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' episode "Stars In in Their Eyes" established that certain sounds could disrupt 'Moonman' Koopa's technology. In order to save the Marios from being blown up by Koopa's spaceship, the quirks- an alien race Koopa enslaved- use their double-snouts to toot a kazoo-version of the Zelda theme.



** In the sequel series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfSuperMarioBros3'', the episode "Do The Koopa" centers around the Doom Dancer Music Box, an artifact that, when cranked, causes everyone to start dancing ((including plants and statues). When Bully Koopa gets it, he attempts to use it on King Koopa, but since he has a cold, he can't hear well and is immune. At the end, Mario uses some plumber putty in his ears to get near Koopa and make him drop the music box.

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** In the sequel series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfSuperMarioBros3'', the episode "Do The the Koopa" centers around the Doom Dancer Music Box, an artifact that, when cranked, causes everyone to start dancing ((including plants and statues). When Bully Koopa gets it, he attempts to use it on King Koopa, but since he has a cold, he can't hear well and is immune. At the end, Mario uses some plumber putty in his ears to get near Koopa and make him drop the music box.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewMrPeabodyAndShermanShow'' has singer Enrico Caruso sing a note so powerful, it causes the Great San Fransisco Earthquake.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewMrPeabodyAndShermanShow'' has singer Enrico Caruso sing a note so powerful, it causes the Great San Fransisco Francisco Earthquake.
22nd Apr '18 8:39:33 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Film/RockyAndBullwinkle'' movie, the villains use a television program that causes the viewers to become zombies and attempt to broadcast it across the United States so Fearless Leader can become president.

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* In the ''Film/RockyAndBullwinkle'' ''Film/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle'' movie, the villains use a television program that causes the viewers to become zombies and attempt to broadcast it across the United States so Fearless Leader can become president.
19th Apr '18 9:41:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' TOS "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby". Frisby encounters aliens who are harmed by musical notes from a harmonica.

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' TOS "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby". Frisby encounters aliens who are harmed by musical notes from a harmonica.
1st Apr '18 10:20:47 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* Many of the eponymous creatures in [[Website/{{STRANGERS}} S T R A N G E R S]] have effects on people simply by being in their presence. For instance, contact with the gazedrene causes a spike in violence and aggresion around it, and those who live with the quiet simdroni will grow more and more antisocial until they loose their ability to communicate altogether.

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* Many of the eponymous creatures in [[Website/{{STRANGERS}} S T R A N G E R S]] have effects on people simply by being in their presence. For instance, contact with the gazedrene causes a spike in violence and aggresion aggression around it, and those who live with the quiet simdroni will grow more and more antisocial until they loose their ability to communicate altogether.
31st Mar '18 12:31:24 PM nombretomado
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* In ''FatalFrame II: Crimson Butterfly'': The horror of looking into the Hellish Abyss causes the viewer to become blind. [[spoiler: This happens to Mio in the 'Hellish Abyss' ending, as she looks down while trying to pull Mayu up. The kicker? That's the ''good'' ending (in the original version of the game, anyway).]]

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* In ''FatalFrame II: Crimson Butterfly'': ''VideoGame/FatalFrameIICrimsonButterfly'': The horror of looking into the Hellish Abyss causes the viewer to become blind. [[spoiler: This happens to Mio in the 'Hellish Abyss' ending, as she looks down while trying to pull Mayu up. The kicker? That's the ''good'' ending (in the original version of the game, anyway).]]
27th Mar '18 3:46:54 AM gabknight2005
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* When Marvel Comics had the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' license, they did a ''Deep Space Nine'' Dominion War crossover where the bad guys decided to incapacitate all the good guy telepaths with what amounted to an earworm. It flipped your brain, so friends were enemies and enemies friends. When the Marty Stu original character figured it out, he fought back with another earworm. (TNG telepaths ''liked'' sharing thoughts on the aether.)

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* When Marvel Comics had the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' license, they did a ''Deep Space Nine'' Dominion War crossover involving ''Deep Space Nine'', the TNG crew and (barely, for obvious reasons) Kes from Voyager, set during the Dominion War, where the bad guys decided Dominion tried to incapacitate all the good guy telepaths from the Alpha Quadrant with what amounted to an earworm. It flipped your brain, so friends were enemies and enemies friends. When the Marty Stu original character Bashir and Beverly Crusher figured it out, he they fought it back with another earworm. (TNG telepaths ''liked'' sharing thoughts on the aether.)
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