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6th Dec '17 5:15:42 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://www.darklegacycomics.com/251.html This]] DarkLegacyComics strip, where due to PlayerCharacter predation, only the [[TastesLikeDiabetes sickeningly cute]] ones survive. Only a small group of wolves managed to adapt, and thus was born the Gnome-Eating wolf.

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* [[http://www.darklegacycomics.com/251.html This]] DarkLegacyComics ''Webcomic/DarkLegacyComics'' strip, where due to PlayerCharacter predation, only the [[TastesLikeDiabetes sickeningly cute]] ones survive. Only a small group of wolves managed to adapt, and thus was born the Gnome-Eating wolf.
23rd Nov '17 8:24:05 PM Quivico
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** A dark version of this is also how Harry gets [[spoiler:Voldemort]] out of his mind in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'' when he wishes [[spoiler: he could die, so that he could be with Sirius]]. He continues to use a version of it to keep [[spoiler: Volemort]] out and to keep his mind out of [[spoiler:Voldemort's.]]

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** A dark version of this is also how Harry gets [[spoiler:Voldemort]] out of his mind in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'' when he wishes [[spoiler: he could die, so that he could be with Sirius]]. He continues to use a version of it to keep [[spoiler: Volemort]] Voldemort]] out and to keep his mind out of [[spoiler:Voldemort's.]]
12th Nov '17 1:34:20 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeppermintRose'', the Peppermint Glow song does this to the villains, opening their hearts and turning them good

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeppermintRose'', the Peppermint Glow song does this to the villains, opening their hearts and turning them goodgood.
12th Nov '17 1:34:11 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeppermintRose'', the Peppermint Glow song does this to the villains, opening their hearts and turning them good
26th Oct '17 4:53:53 AM darkemyst
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** This is also how Harry gets [[spoiler:Voldemort]] to stay out of his mind, or to keep his mind out of [[spoiler:Voldemort's.]]
** Riddle's diary exploited Ginny in a manner similar to the "love bombing" mentioned below. She told him about her everyday troubles and he expressed sympathy, causing her to feel loved and understood. It was all a ruse to make her susceptible to his MindRape.

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** This A dark version of this is also how Harry gets [[spoiler:Voldemort]] to stay out of his mind, or mind in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'' when he wishes [[spoiler: he could die, so that he could be with Sirius]]. He continues to use a version of it to keep [[spoiler: Volemort]] out and to keep his mind out of [[spoiler:Voldemort's.]]
** ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'': Riddle's diary exploited Ginny in a manner similar to the "love bombing" mentioned below. She told him about her everyday troubles and he expressed sympathy, causing her to feel loved and understood. It was all a ruse to make her susceptible to his MindRape.
25th Aug '17 6:03:51 AM CosmicFerret
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** Depending on your interpretation she either had slightly more success or ''much'' greater failure when she attempted the same thing in the pages of TheFlash. Barry Allen asked her to try to make The Top, a recurring villain of his, an actual ''hero''. It worked, at first. But Top now had a conscience and couldn't deal with the horrible things he had done. He went nuts and started trying to do the same to other Flash villains. It didn't end well.

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** Depending on your interpretation she either had slightly more success or ''much'' greater failure when she attempted the same thing in the pages of TheFlash.Franchise/TheFlash. Barry Allen asked her to try to make The Top, a recurring villain of his, an actual ''hero''. It worked, at first. But Top now had a conscience and couldn't deal with the horrible things he had done. He went nuts and started trying to do the same to other Flash villains. It didn't end well.
13th Jul '17 5:46:07 AM Doug86
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* In ''Comicbook/GreenLantern'', the Indigo Tribe is made up of reformed villains whose rings provide them with a compassionate outlook... in many cases, not entirely willingly. When the rings come off... hoo, boy.

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* In ''Comicbook/GreenLantern'', ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', the Indigo Tribe is made up of reformed villains whose rings provide them with a compassionate outlook... in many cases, not entirely willingly. When the rings come off... hoo, boy.
8th Jun '17 9:23:47 PM nombretomado
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* Maguro from ''SushiPack'' frequently uses her telepathic powers to share zen thoughts when an antagonist needs to calm down. In one instance, she used this on her own team mates to make them follow a course of action that they did not agree with.

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* Maguro from ''SushiPack'' ''WesternAnimation/SushiPack'' frequently uses her telepathic powers to share zen thoughts when an antagonist needs to calm down. In one instance, she used this on her own team mates to make them follow a course of action that they did not agree with.
7th Jun '17 11:35:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the Superhero arc of ''DragonTails'', Lemuel becomes a villain named Sparkles with the superpower of "Happiness Sparkles", in an attempt to pacify his enemies. It doesn't work particularly well - all it does is make them feel rather happy about beating the snot out of him.

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* In the Superhero arc of ''DragonTails'', ''Webcomic/DragonTails'', Lemuel becomes a villain named Sparkles with the superpower of "Happiness Sparkles", in an attempt to pacify his enemies. It doesn't work particularly well - all it does is make them feel rather happy about beating the snot out of him.



* In ''[[Webcomic/EightBitTheater Eight-Bit Theatre]]''. [[OmnicidalManiac Black Mage's]] [[KamehameHadoken Hadoken]] is ''powered'' by love, in the sense that a minivan is powered by petroleum: every usage depletes the universe of some of a finite resource. Apparently, the divorce rate increases with each use.

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* In ''[[Webcomic/EightBitTheater Eight-Bit Theatre]]''.''Webcomic/EightBitTheater''. [[OmnicidalManiac Black Mage's]] [[KamehameHadoken Hadoken]] is ''powered'' by love, in the sense that a minivan is powered by petroleum: every usage depletes the universe of some of a finite resource. Apparently, the divorce rate increases with each use.
3rd Jun '17 1:33:01 PM Qrow
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* This is how ''Inheritance'' ends. Eragon and [[spoiler: the old dragons]] join together to defeat [[spoiler: Galbatorix]]. It starts as a reminder of the pain he caused, then turns into a full-blown Care-Bear Stare.

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* This is how ''Inheritance'' ends. happens in ''Literature/TheInheritanceCycle'' [[spoiler: in TheFinalBattle.]] Eragon and [[spoiler: the old dragons]] join together to defeat [[spoiler: Galbatorix]]. It starts as a reminder of the pain he caused, then turns into a full-blown Care-Bear Stare. [[spoiler: He winds up going even ''crazier'' than he already was, [[DrivenToSuicide and kills himself to make it stop.]] [[NukeEm In a pretty spectacular way.]]]]
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