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27th Jul '16 1:32:42 PM Willbyr
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* This is something that's acknowledged (and even encouraged) in the ''{{Touhou}}'' fandom. Behold, the existence of [[http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/6487/1227762377713zd9.png templates]] (which are forbidden)!

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* This is something that's acknowledged (and even encouraged) in the ''{{Touhou}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fandom. Behold, the existence of [[http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/6487/1227762377713zd9.png templates]] (which are forbidden)!
22nd Jul '16 7:16:05 AM Gosicrystal
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* Stay too long in one place in the newest version of ''Videogame/{{Minecraft}}'' on Hard difficulty and more monsters, with better armor and potion effects, will spawn at night.

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* Stay too long in one place in the newest version of ''Videogame/{{Minecraft}}'' on Hard difficulty and more monsters, with better armor and potion effects, will spawn at night.
17th Jul '16 10:11:12 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/TheExpendables2'', our heroes are trapped under gunfire and the enemy has pulled out a tank. Suddenly, the enemy is quickly butchered by some unseen force. Considering the nature of the movie, this was likely a parody of this trope's place in action films. Oh, and it was '''''ChuckNorris'''''.

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* In ''Film/TheExpendables2'', our heroes are trapped under gunfire and the enemy has pulled out a tank. Suddenly, the enemy is quickly butchered by some unseen force. Considering the nature of the movie, this was likely a parody of this trope's place in action films. Oh, and it was '''''ChuckNorris'''''.'''''Creator/ChuckNorris'''''.
7th Jul '16 5:01:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* This is one of the most emphasized pieces of advice for ''SpiritOfTheCentury'' [=GMs=].

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* This is one of the most emphasized pieces of advice for ''SpiritOfTheCentury'' ''TabletopGame/SpiritOfTheCentury'' [=GMs=].



* Quoted and explained in ''{{GURPS}}: Mysteries''.
* The ''NinjaBurger'' RPG has a chart to determine what kind of new violence can throw spice up your mission.

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* Quoted and explained in ''{{GURPS}}: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Mysteries''.
* The ''NinjaBurger'' ''TabletopGame/NinjaBurger'' RPG has a chart to determine what kind of new violence can throw spice up your mission.



* The Random Events table in ''[[MaidRPG Maid]]'' runs on this. It's also somewhat unusual in that, in addition to the GM using it, the players can pay Favor in order to trigger a roll on the Random Event table (assuming that the GM isn't enforcing their Rule Zero rights and saying "you can't do that", which the rulebook advises for more structured scenarios).

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* The Random Events table in ''[[MaidRPG ''[[TabletopGame/MaidRPG Maid]]'' runs on this. It's also somewhat unusual in that, in addition to the GM using it, the players can pay Favor in order to trigger a roll on the Random Event table (assuming that the GM isn't enforcing their Rule Zero rights and saying "you can't do that", which the rulebook advises for more structured scenarios).
15th Jun '16 12:23:29 PM RaichuKFM
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[[caption-width-right:222:[[HijackedbyJesus The readers will never]] [[{{Pun}} see ''this'' coming!]] ]]

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4th May '16 1:16:42 PM thatother1dude
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The GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere is a video game-specific subtrope when the game has to provide ''some'' kind of challenge, even if the monster has no relation to the scene and the characters ignore it once the fight ends.



* The GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere seems to be a video game exclusive variant when the game has to provide ''some'' kind of challenge, even if the monster has no relation to the scene and the characters ignore it once the fight ends.
25th Apr '16 6:16:09 PM Jice_Wumpkin
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[[caption-width-right:222:[[HijackedbyJesus The readers will never]] [[{{Pun}} see]] ''[[{{Pun}} this]]'' [[{{Pun}} coming!]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:222:[[HijackedbyJesus The readers will never]] [[{{Pun}} see]] ''[[{{Pun}} this]]'' [[{{Pun}} see ''this'' coming!]] ]]
27th Feb '16 10:47:46 PM RaichuKFM
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[[caption-width-right:222:[[{{Pun}} The readers will never]] [[HijackedbyJesus see]] ''[[HijackedbyJesus this]]'' [[HijackedbyJesus coming!]] ]]

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12th Feb '16 9:12:44 AM VeryMelon
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* The Synchro Dimension Arc in ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' introduced the [[TournamentArc Friendship Cup]] as a means of allowing The Lancers to win that dimension's alliance against the [[BigBad Fusion Dimension]]. This resulted in new plot points being introduced (the Commons rebellion and Jean Michel Roget's use of mind controlling brain implants) and older plotpoints being concluded (Dennis being exposed as TheMole). Eventually, the Fusion Dimension invaded right as the tournament lost the ability to progress the plot by itself.
15th Jan '16 9:10:18 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/StephenKing's book on writing appropriately titled ''On Writing'', he mentions the use of this rule to overcome a serious case of writer's block when working on ''TheStand'', namely, by having [[spoiler: Harold and Nadine place a bomb and kill several of the main characters, including Nick Andros.]] And then [[spoiler: another bomb, this one nuclear, killing tons more characters.]]

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* In Creator/StephenKing's book on writing appropriately titled ''On Writing'', he mentions the use of this rule to overcome a serious case of writer's block when working on ''TheStand'', ''Literature/TheStand'', namely, by having [[spoiler: Harold and Nadine place a bomb and kill several of the main characters, including Nick Andros.]] And then [[spoiler: another bomb, this one nuclear, killing tons more characters.]]
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