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30th May '16 12:40:01 PM Andreus
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* NineInchNails' "Came Back Haunted."
30th May '16 7:37:39 AM Njein
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** In the new timeline, many of the fallen heroes are revived as revenants, brainwashed to serve the fallen Elder God Shinnok and his arch-sorcerer Quan Chi following the end of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9''. [[spoiler:Though Raiden manages to restore a few of them back to the side of good in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', the rest are doomed to stay as revenants because Scorpion [[RevengeBeforeReason unwittingly kills off Quan Chi]], thereby dashing any hopes of reviving them. After Shinnok is defeated at the end of ''MKX'', Raiden manages to pull off a HeroicSacrifice by purifying the Jinsei of Shinnok's taint, but the process has [[TheCorruption corrupted him,]] thereby reverting him back to the [[FaceHeelTurn ruthless persona]] he was in ''Deception''.]]

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** In A few examples in the new timeline, many rebooted timeline:
*** Many
of the fallen heroes are revived as revenants, brainwashed to serve the fallen Elder God Shinnok and his arch-sorcerer Quan Chi following the end of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9''. [[spoiler:Though Raiden manages to restore a few of them back to the side of good in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', the rest are doomed to stay as revenants because Scorpion [[RevengeBeforeReason unwittingly kills off Quan Chi]], thereby dashing any hopes of reviving them. After ]]
*** [[spoiler:After
Shinnok is defeated at the end of ''MKX'', Raiden manages to pull off a HeroicSacrifice by purifying the Jinsei of Shinnok's taint, but the process has [[TheCorruption corrupted him,]] thereby reverting him back to the [[FaceHeelTurn ruthless persona]] he was in ''Deception''.]]
30th May '16 7:35:12 AM Njein
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** Raiden is a less extreme example than most, but according to Fujin, he should have been resurrected as a blank slate. Instead, he comes back DarkerAndEdgier.
** To make things worse, he brings back the late hero Liu Kang from the dead but as berserker zombie.

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** In the original timeline, Raiden is a less extreme example than most, but according to Fujin, he should have been resurrected as a blank slate. Instead, he comes back DarkerAndEdgier.
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DarkerAndEdgier. To make things worse, he brings back the late hero Liu Kang from the dead but as berserker zombie.zombie.
** In the new timeline, many of the fallen heroes are revived as revenants, brainwashed to serve the fallen Elder God Shinnok and his arch-sorcerer Quan Chi following the end of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9''. [[spoiler:Though Raiden manages to restore a few of them back to the side of good in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', the rest are doomed to stay as revenants because Scorpion [[RevengeBeforeReason unwittingly kills off Quan Chi]], thereby dashing any hopes of reviving them. After Shinnok is defeated at the end of ''MKX'', Raiden manages to pull off a HeroicSacrifice by purifying the Jinsei of Shinnok's taint, but the process has [[TheCorruption corrupted him,]] thereby reverting him back to the [[FaceHeelTurn ruthless persona]] he was in ''Deception''.]]
29th May '16 12:24:45 PM Pichu-kun
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* The BigBad of ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' revives Ririka's crush and mentor Kanou with an evil soul. This results in Ririka needing to kill him.
28th May '16 8:35:21 AM mcb01932
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* In a PacifistRun of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' you'll go through the True Lab, where Alphys performed experiments with Determination in an attempt to save near-dead monsters. It looked like it worked perfectly at first... Unfortunately, Determination eventually causes monster bodies to ''melt,'' and they merged into terrifying Amalgamates. [[spoiler: Subverted, though -- this didn't change their temperament one bit, and both they and their families were glad to be reunited in the GoldenEnding.]] The big {{Reveal}} of the True Lab is even worse -- Alphys's other experiment was to try infusing Determination into something that didn't have a SOUL. [[spoiler: The golden flower that sprouted where Asriel died. This resulted in Asriel being essentially reincarnated as a SOULless creature incapable of feeling love - Flowey. He makes it very clear later in the Pacifist and Genocide routes that [[FateWorseThanDeath this sucks.]]]]

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* In a PacifistRun of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' you'll go through the True Lab, where Alphys performed experiments with Determination in an attempt to save near-dead monsters. It looked like it worked perfectly at first... Unfortunately, Determination eventually causes monster bodies to ''melt,'' and they merged into terrifying Amalgamates. [[spoiler: Subverted, though -- this didn't change their temperament one bit, and both they and their families were glad to be reunited in the GoldenEnding.]] The big {{Reveal}} of the True Lab is even worse -- Alphys's other experiment was to try infusing Determination into something that didn't have a SOUL. [[spoiler: The golden flower that sprouted where Asriel died. This resulted in Asriel being essentially reincarnated as a SOULless [=SOULless=] creature incapable of feeling love - Flowey. He makes it very clear later in the Pacifist and Genocide routes that [[FateWorseThanDeath this sucks.]]]]
28th May '16 8:35:21 AM mcb01932
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28th May '16 8:34:49 AM mcb01932
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* In a PacifistRun of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' you'll go through the True Lab, where Alphys performed experiments with Determination in an attempt to save near-dead monsters. It looked like it worked perfectly at first... Unfortunately, Determination eventually causes monster bodies to ''melt,'' and they merged into terrifying Amalgamates. [[spoiler: Subverted, though -- this didn't change their temperament one bit, and both they and their families were glad to be reunited in the GoldenEnding.]] The big {{Reveal}} of the True Lab is even worse -- Alphys's other experiment was to try infusing Determination into something that didn't have a SOUL. [[spoiler: The golden flower that sprouted where Asriel died.]]

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* In a PacifistRun of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' you'll go through the True Lab, where Alphys performed experiments with Determination in an attempt to save near-dead monsters. It looked like it worked perfectly at first... Unfortunately, Determination eventually causes monster bodies to ''melt,'' and they merged into terrifying Amalgamates. [[spoiler: Subverted, though -- this didn't change their temperament one bit, and both they and their families were glad to be reunited in the GoldenEnding.]] The big {{Reveal}} of the True Lab is even worse -- Alphys's other experiment was to try infusing Determination into something that didn't have a SOUL. [[spoiler: The golden flower that sprouted where Asriel died.]] This resulted in Asriel being essentially reincarnated as a SOULless creature incapable of feeling love - Flowey. He makes it very clear later in the Pacifist and Genocide routes that [[FateWorseThanDeath this sucks.]]]]
27th May '16 7:29:11 AM M84
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* In ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'', the Stormcast Eternals lose a bit of their personalities with each reforging after the first one.
24th May '16 9:02:27 AM Gamermaster
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* This is Takako Sugiora's justification for attacking Mei Misaki (and convincing most of her classmates to do the same) in the anime version of ''[[Literature/Another]]''. Becomes somewhat tragic when you realize she was mostly ''right'', but drew the wrong conclusion, and no one ever tried to explain otherwise.

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* This is Takako Sugiora's justification for attacking Mei Misaki (and convincing most of her classmates to do the same) in the anime version of ''[[Literature/Another]]''.''[[Literature/{{Another}}]]''. Becomes somewhat tragic when you realize she was mostly ''right'', but drew the wrong conclusion, and no one ever tried to explain otherwise.
9th May '16 1:38:33 PM Godzillafan93
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* This is Takako Sugiora's justification for attacking Mei Misaki (and convincing most of her classmates to do the same) in the anime version of ''[[Main/Another]]''. Becomes somewhat tragic when you realize she was mostly ''right'', but drew the wrong conclusion, and no one ever tried to explain otherwise.

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* This is Takako Sugiora's justification for attacking Mei Misaki (and convincing most of her classmates to do the same) in the anime version of ''[[Main/Another]]''.''[[Literature/Another]]''. Becomes somewhat tragic when you realize she was mostly ''right'', but drew the wrong conclusion, and no one ever tried to explain otherwise.
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