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31st Jan '16 8:44:22 PM henry42
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* In Lilly's route of ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'', Kenji, upon hearing that Lilly is half Scottish, becomes very upset and you are given the option of whether to hear him out or ignore him. Regardless of your choice, he will launch into a rant over how he lost 1,000 Yen in a bet over Lilly's ethnicity. This is justified in that Kenji never takes Hisao's lack of interest into account.
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* ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'': ** In Lilly's route of ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'', route, Kenji, upon hearing that Lilly is half Scottish, becomes very upset and you are given the option of whether to hear him out or ignore him. Regardless of your choice, he will launch into a rant over how he lost 1,000 Yen in a bet over Lilly's ethnicity. This is justified in that Kenji never takes Hisao's lack of interest into account.account. ** In Hanako's path, if you made the wrong choice earlier, then the choice of whether to [[spoiler:take Lilly's advice and give Hanako some space]], which would normally determine whether you got the good ending or one of the bad endings, means nothing; both choices take you to the worst ending. [[spoiler:Choosing to take Lilly's advice, which would otherwise get you the good ending, will result in Hisao deciding only to pretend to listen]].

** This can happen in Hanako's path. If you [[spoiler:decide not to go into town with Hanako]], then the choice of whether to [[spoiler:take Lilly's advice and give Hanako some space]], which would normally determine whether you got the good ending or one of the bad endings, means nothing; both choices take you to the worst ending; [[spoiler:choosing to take Lilly's advice, which would get you the good ending, will result in Hisao deciding only to pretend to listen]].
31st Jan '16 3:21:25 PM malter
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** A particularly funny one occurs in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]''. At one point, you have to transport a basin of water to Eldin Volcano and pour it into the mouth of a large frog statue in order to proceed. Since the container is rather large, [[FairyCompanion Fi]] suggests to call for [[TheScrappy Scrapper]] the flying {{Jerkass}} robot to carry it. If you reply "Not that guy...", Fi delivers this: "Master...unless you plan to carry the tub on your back, now is not the time to be picky about who will help you. I will call for the robot." as Scrapper's silly {{Leitmotif}} starts playing.
31st Jan '16 12:41:31 PM AsForMyHandle
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' during Mettaton's quiz show. One of the questions asks if you would smooch a ghost. Your choices? -->A. Heck Yeah\\ B. Heck Yeah\\ C. Heck Yeah\\ D. Heck Yeah

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19th Jan '16 5:01:34 PM Gargomon251
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**However, should you refuse, he simply repeats his last question until you accept.
15th Jan '16 2:33:45 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/PonyIsland'': Early on, Lucifer will force you to type yes master regardless of what keys you press, or if you complete the message. [[spoiler: Also, as he actually lampshades at one point, doing what Hopeless Spirit asks is the only way to progress the plot, despite all the warnings that he's not on the up-and-up.]]
10th Jan '16 11:14:32 PM HeroicJay
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"Tropio"??
** Even more hilarious is DragonQuestVIII's final scene. If you refuse to [[spoiler:spirit princess Medea away from her loveless (and possibly a political disaster) marriage]], she'll exclaim "How...could...you?!" and King Tropio will GLARE at you. It's exceptionally funny. Then the game rewinds to before you said no, and you can play the ending straight or keep laughing at the cruelty.
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** Even more hilarious is DragonQuestVIII's final scene. If you refuse to [[spoiler:spirit princess Medea away from her loveless (and possibly a political disaster) marriage]], she'll exclaim "How...could...you?!" and King Tropio Trode will GLARE at you. It's exceptionally funny. Then the game rewinds to before you said no, and you can play the ending straight or keep laughing at the cruelty.
4th Jan '16 12:43:21 PM Galle
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* At the end of the first mission in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'', you're ostensibly given the choice to join [=BLADE=]. Refuse, and [=BLADE=]'s leader will launch into a lengthy spiel that can be interpreted as either a guilt trip or a veiled threat. Refuse again, and he'll rephrase the question in such a way that [[HeadsIWinTailsYouLose either answer can be interpreted as "yes"]].
27th Dec '15 3:53:16 PM Cunny
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** In ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePast'', Village Elder Sahasrahla asks you if you really want to find the Master Sword. Your responses are "Yeah!" or "Of Course!"
27th Dec '15 3:38:30 PM Cunny
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** In ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePast'', Village Elder Sahasrahla asks you if you really want to find the Master Sword. Your responses are "Yeah!" or "Of Course!"
27th Dec '15 11:13:03 AM rjd1922
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** Done incredibly emotionally painfully in ''Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney'', in the fourth case. The player knows during a flashback that presenting a certain piece of evidence will result in incredibly bad things happening to Phoenix. However, it's the only piece of evidence the game will accept, all others giving a loop back to the question. It won't even penalize you for getting it wrong, leaving the player's idea of committing suicide on that portion of the trial, leaving Phoenix alone. (Of course, this would probably result in a TimeParadox.)
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** Done incredibly emotionally painfully in ''Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney'', ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'', in the fourth case. The player knows during a flashback that presenting a certain piece of evidence will result in incredibly bad things happening to Phoenix. However, it's the only piece of evidence the game will accept, all others giving a loop back to the question. It won't even penalize you for getting it wrong, leaving the player's idea of committing suicide on that portion of the trial, leaving Phoenix alone. (Of course, this would probably result in a TimeParadox.)
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