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10th Jun '17 10:51:09 PM Az_Tech341
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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If TheHero is upset over their murdered father, and TheVillain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in their life, and they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on their "arrogance"]] for thinking that they alone deserves to have their revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.

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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If TheHero is upset over their murdered father, and TheVillain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in their life, and they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on their "arrogance"]] for thinking that they alone deserves deserve to have their revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.



Even among ThisVeryWiki, this happens; superfans see tropes of their show (that they have a great knowledge of) on a regular occurrence, but people new to that same show would find the tropes applying rather fascinating (and thus would be mystified if the [[Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage images]] do not make sense to them).

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Even among ThisVeryWiki, this happens; happens: superfans see tropes of their show (that they have a great knowledge of) on a regular occurrence, but people new to that same show would find the tropes applying rather fascinating (and thus would be mystified if the [[Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage images]] do not make sense to them).
19th May '17 1:47:49 PM PF
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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If TheHero is upset over their murdered father, and TheVillain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in their life, and they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on their "arrogance"]] for thinking that they alone deserves to have his revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.

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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If TheHero is upset over their murdered father, and TheVillain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in their life, and they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on their "arrogance"]] for thinking that they alone deserves to have his their revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.
19th May '17 12:13:25 PM ChaoticNovelist
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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If the hero is upset over theie murdered father, and the villain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in their life, and they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on their "arrogance"]] for thinking that they alone deserves to have his revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.

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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If the hero TheHero is upset over theie their murdered father, and the villain TheVillain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in their life, and they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on their "arrogance"]] for thinking that they alone deserves to have his revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.
12th May '17 7:27:25 AM PF
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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. But for me, it was Tuesday.

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'''M. Bison:''' '''Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. But for me, it was Tuesday.
12th May '17 7:26:04 AM PF
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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. [[TropeNamer But for me, it was Tuesday.]]

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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. [[TropeNamer But for me, it was Tuesday.]]
11th May '17 6:09:49 PM wariodude128
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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. But for me, it was Tuesday.

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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. [[TropeNamer But for me, it was Tuesday.]]
11th May '17 4:47:13 AM PF
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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If the hero is upset over his murdered father, and the villain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in his life, and he has a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on his "arrogance"]] for thinking that he alone deserves to have his revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.

A heroic variation exists where a hero is unable to remember foiling some villain's scheme or putting them in jail simply due to how many bad guys they've defeated/put away. This is especially true if the forgotten enemy was a mook in their previous appearance(s). Alternatively, the hero may have saved someone who is now a devoted fan of the hero as a result, but when the rescuee later shows up to thank the hero are angered by their idol failing to recognize them.

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This is often used to show just how evil the antagonist is. If the hero is upset over his theie murdered father, and the villain barely remembers killing the guy, then apparently the villain has murdered a lot of people in his their life, and he has they have a pretty callous attitude about it. A particularly smarmy villain might even [[BreakingSpeech lecture the hero on his their "arrogance"]] for thinking that he they alone deserves to have his revenge when the villain has wronged countless others.

A heroic variation exists where a hero is unable to remember foiling some villain's scheme or putting them in jail simply due to how many bad guys they've defeated/put away. This is especially true if the forgotten enemy was a mook in their previous appearance(s). Alternatively, the hero may have saved someone who is now a devoted fan of the hero as a result, but when the rescuee later shows up to thank the hero hero, they are angered by their idol failing to recognize them.



Even among ThisVeryWiki, this trope happens; superfans see tropes of their show (that they have a great knowledge of) on a regular occurrence, but people new to that same show would find the tropes applying rather fascinating (and thus would be mystified if the [[Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage images]] do not make sense to them).

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Even among ThisVeryWiki, this trope this happens; superfans see tropes of their show (that they have a great knowledge of) on a regular occurrence, but people new to that same show would find the tropes applying rather fascinating (and thus would be mystified if the [[Administrivia/HowToPickAGoodImage images]] do not make sense to them).
11th May '17 4:42:16 AM PF
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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. [[TropeNamer But for me, it was Tuesday.]]

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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. [[TropeNamer But for me, it was Tuesday.]]
10th May '17 3:41:52 PM Kartoonkid95
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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. But for me, it was Tuesday.

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'''M. Bison:''' For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. [[TropeNamer But for me, it was Tuesday.]]
9th Feb '17 10:16:05 PM TitaniumDragon
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A variation exists, involving odd or dangerous situations being a simple part of a character's everyday life.

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A heroic variation exists, involving odd exists where a hero is unable to remember foiling some villain's scheme or putting them in jail simply due to how many bad guys they've defeated/put away. This is especially true if the forgotten enemy was a mook in their previous appearance(s). Alternatively, the hero may have saved someone who is now a devoted fan of the hero as a result, but when the rescuee later shows up to thank the hero are angered by their idol failing to recognize them.

Another variation exists where a character is so used to strange
or dangerous situations being a simple part of a character's their everyday life that they're unable to remember a particular event which greatly affected someone else's life.
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