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2nd May '16 8:51:48 PM Delibird
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* In the ''{{ComicBook/Tintin}}'' adventure "The Calculus Affair," after a funny CueTheRain moment, Tintin and Captain Haddock are walking through a downpour, oblivious to the fact that Tintin's dog Snowy is carrying Professor Calculus's umbrella...
---> '''Captain:''' If only we had an umbrella!\\
'''Tintin:''' ''[turning and noticing Snowy]'' An umbrella? Captain, what idiots we are. Look!\\
''[And just as they start to open the umbrella, guess what happens?]''
28th Apr '16 7:22:22 PM bt8257
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** ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'' [[CueTheSun cues the sun]] for a different purpose: near the end of the game, the sun emerges from the clouds to signify that FallenHero [[spoiler:Ghaleon]]'s efforts at [[TheAtoner atonement]] have been acknowledged by [[PowersThatBe someone upstairs]].

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** ''VideoGame/LunarEternalBlue'' [[CueTheSun cues the sun]] sun for a different purpose: near the end of the game, the sun emerges from the clouds to signify that FallenHero [[spoiler:Ghaleon]]'s efforts at [[TheAtoner atonement]] have been acknowledged by [[PowersThatBe someone upstairs]].



* Dramatic example: When TheWho were performing ''{{Tommy}}'' at Woodstock, the sun began to rise during the dramatic final number ("See Me, Feel Me"). John Entwistle later joked that "God was our lighting man." The band later had a lighting rig, which were rarities at the time, constructed to replicate this.

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* Dramatic example: When TheWho were performing ''{{Tommy}}'' ''Music/{{Tommy}}'' at Woodstock, the sun began to rise during the dramatic final number ("See Me, Feel Me"). John Entwistle later joked that "God was our lighting man." The band later had a lighting rig, which were rarities at the time, constructed to replicate this.
11th Apr '16 10:33:46 PM BobRiddle
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* The sun rises as ''VideoGame/CombatInstinct'' 3's FinalBoss is [[DoubleTap Double Tapped]].
8th Apr '16 1:26:11 AM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': [[spoiler:After Jesse finally slays the Wither Storm, the sun comes out. Justified as the Wither Storm was blotting it out.]]
7th Apr '16 6:59:15 AM Cxero
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* Although "VideoGame/DeusEx" is Always Night, during the last few levels you can see that the sun is starting to rise. Also ties in perfectly with Morgan Everett's "Badass Creed" end speech.

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* Although "VideoGame/DeusEx" ''VideoGame/DeusEx'' is Always Night, during the last few levels you can see that the sun is starting to rise. Also ties in perfectly with Morgan Everett's "Badass Creed" end speech.
7th Apr '16 6:57:39 AM Cxero
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* Although "VideoGame/DeusEx" is Always Night, during the last few levels you can see that the sun is starting to rise. Also ties in perfectly with Morgan Everett's "Badass Creed" end speech.
19th Mar '16 3:40:07 PM eroock
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* During the climax of ''Anime/TheGardenOfWords'' a momentary break in the storm allows sunshine to illuminate Takao and Yukari after the former finishes [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech venting his frustrations to her]] outside her apartment. The sunlight falling unto Yukari's face mirrors her finally opening up to Takao.
17th Mar '16 8:26:24 PM viking1911
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* Happens pretty frequently in ''Series/ResidentEvil''
** In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'' the sun comes up just before you kill the tyrant and Brad shows up in the helicopter to rescue you.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' By the time you evacuate Raccoon City via train, the sun has come up while it was completely dark in all other parts of the game.
** ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' The government is going to destroy Raccoon City at dawn, which is exactly when you escape.
** The sun's arrival plays a more important role in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'' You have to open the roof of a landing pad so that the newly risen sun's rays can destroy the FinalBoss.
17th Mar '16 2:12:16 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''ThePillarsOfTheEarth'', a monk tries to persuade a group of soldiers to allow workers to return to a quarry to cut stones for a cathedral. He arrives at the quarry right before dawn on purpose, so when the leader of the soldiers is about to strike him down with his sword, the sun rises behind him and reflects on the golden cross in the monk's hand.
* Shows up a few times in ''MightyMorphinPowerRangers''. Lokar's very presence darkens the sky, so when he's defeated it clears up. Also marks the turning of the tide in the Globbor and Dischordia fights in the third season. Especially in the Dischordia fight. Ninjor and the Ninja and Shogun Megazords get back on their feet, the sky clears, and then both Megazords charge and deck Dischordia, followed by an epic beatdown.

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* In ''ThePillarsOfTheEarth'', ''Series/ThePillarsOfTheEarth'', a monk tries to persuade a group of soldiers to allow workers to return to a quarry to cut stones for a cathedral. He arrives at the quarry right before dawn on purpose, so when the leader of the soldiers is about to strike him down with his sword, the sun rises behind him and reflects on the golden cross in the monk's hand.
* Shows up a few times in ''MightyMorphinPowerRangers''.''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers''. Lokar's very presence darkens the sky, so when he's defeated it clears up. Also marks the turning of the tide in the Globbor and Dischordia fights in the third season. Especially in the Dischordia fight. Ninjor and the Ninja and Shogun Megazords get back on their feet, the sky clears, and then both Megazords charge and deck Dischordia, followed by an epic beatdown.



* In the ''[[Series/{{Supernatural}} Supernatural]]'' episode 'Bugs', this trope saves the day, even though it's only a few minutes since the sun set!
* Done for symbolic and dramatic effect at the end of the ''ForeverKnight'' series finale, to further reinforce the indication of the KillEmAll ending and probably to represent redemption in death.

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* In the ''[[Series/{{Supernatural}} Supernatural]]'' ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' episode 'Bugs', this trope saves the day, even though it's only a few minutes since the sun set!
* Done for symbolic and dramatic effect at the end of the ''ForeverKnight'' ''Series/ForeverKnight'' series finale, to further reinforce the indication of the KillEmAll ending and probably to represent redemption in death.
14th Mar '16 6:28:26 PM WaveSwallow
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* At the end of the pacifist run in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', the barrier sealing the monsters in Mt. Ebott is broken, the player leads his new friends outside, and they comment on how beautiful the rising sun is.
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