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26th Sep '16 8:15:42 AM Gosicrystal
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* In ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies'', this turns out to be what happens to Bobby Fulbright - the Phantom murdered him before the game even began and was masquerading as him the entire time.

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* In ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies'', this turns out to be what happens to Bobby Fulbright - -- the Phantom murdered him before the game even began and was masquerading as him the entire time.


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* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice'':
** Played straight with Dhurke. He was dead before the events of "Turnabout Revolution" even began, yet he goes investigating with Apollo and is accused of murdering Inga because he was being channeled. [[ItMakesSenseInContext By two different people at different times]].
** {{Inverted|Trope}} with Queen Amara. You are told in Case 3 that she was murdered 23 years ago in a fire -- but it turns out that was just a staged incident only made to frame Dhurke and usurp Amara's throne. She's been alive all this time.
** Played straight with Puhray Zeh'lot. He was dead before the high priest was murdered in Case 3. The game even dares to place Zeh'lot's corpse right there in the praying venue, HiddenInPlainSight, inducing everyone into thinking he was just praying.
22nd Sep '16 6:24:53 PM Dimensio
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* In the ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' total conversion mod ''VideoGame/{{Enderal}}'', ''you'' learn at the end that the real "you" has been dead all along (at least since the end of the prologue). Your character, and several others, are copies of dead originals, created by the High Ones in order to further your schemes. While these copies still apparently have free will, the dying wishes of their original become the primary driving motivators of the copies, which allow the High Ones to more easily manipulate them.



* In the ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' total conversion mod ''VideoGame/{{Enderal}}'', ''you'' learn at the end that the real "you" has been dead all along (at least since the end of the prologue). Your character, and several others, are copies of dead originals, created by the High Ones in order to further your schemes. While these copies still apparently have free will, the dying wishes of their original become the primary driving motivators of the copies, which allow the High Ones to more easily manipulate them.
21st Sep '16 3:08:01 PM Dimensio
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* In the ''VideoGame/Skyrim'' total conversion mod ''VideoGame/Enderal'', ''you'' learn at the end that the real "you" has been dead all along (at least since the end of the prologue). Your character, and several others, are copies of dead originals, created by the High Ones in order to further your schemes. While these copies still apparently have free will, the dying wishes of their original become the primary driving motivators of the copies, which allow the High Ones to more easily manipulate them.

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* In the ''VideoGame/Skyrim'' ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' total conversion mod ''VideoGame/Enderal'', ''VideoGame/{{Enderal}}'', ''you'' learn at the end that the real "you" has been dead all along (at least since the end of the prologue). prologue). Your character, and several others, are copies of dead originals, created by the High Ones in order to further your schemes. schemes. While these copies still apparently have free will, the dying wishes of their original become the primary driving motivators of the copies, which allow the High Ones to more easily manipulate them.
21st Sep '16 3:06:45 PM Dimensio
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* In the ''VideoGame/Skyrim'' total conversion mod ''VideoGame/Enderal'', ''you'' learn at the end that the real "you" has been dead all along (at least since the end of the prologue). Your character, and several others, are copies of dead originals, created by the High Ones in order to further your schemes. While these copies still apparently have free will, the dying wishes of their original become the primary driving motivators of the copies, which allow the High Ones to more easily manipulate them.
18th Sep '16 11:57:16 AM Oecchi
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* In the fourth episode of ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', Beatrice declares to the player that Kinzo Ushiromiya, the protagonist's grandfather and the reason the entire mess started, is in fact, dead at the beginning of not just the game in question, but all the other games in the series. The two main factors that made him seem as though he was alive and involved in the plot were Beatrice's [[UnreliableNarrator unreliable narration]] and Krauss and Natsuhi [[OfCorpseHesAlive maintaining the illusion]] that he had [[MadwomanInTheAttic shut himself in his study and refused to come out]] nearly two years after he died of natural causes.

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* In the fourth episode of ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', Beatrice declares to the player that Kinzo Ushiromiya, the protagonist's Battler's grandfather and the reason the entire mess started, is in fact, fact dead at the beginning of not just the game in question, but all the other games in the series. The two main factors that made him seem as though he was alive and involved in the plot were Beatrice's [[UnreliableNarrator unreliable narration]] and Krauss and Natsuhi [[OfCorpseHesAlive maintaining the illusion]] that he had [[MadwomanInTheAttic shut himself in his study and refused to come out]] nearly two years after he died of natural causes.
15th Aug '16 11:30:37 AM Rainbowdash55
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* ''WebVideo/{{Starters}}'': Almost all of the inhabitants of Lavender Town turn out to have been dead the whole time.
13th Aug '16 8:57:17 PM TheCuza
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* Music/TheLonelyIsland's "Jizz in My Pants": One of the many things that caused the singer to jizz in his pants was TheReveal at the end of ''Film/TheSixthSense''.
25th Jul '16 12:43:41 AM PaulA
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* A character is revealed to be such midway through [[Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold Bujold's]] ''[[Literature/{{Chalion}} Paladin of Souls]]''. There are multiple hints both subtle and otherwise that something odd is going on, but the formal [[TheReveal reveal]] awaits Ista accepting her status as CosmicPlaything once more.

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* A character is revealed to be such midway through [[Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold Bujold's]] ''[[Literature/{{Chalion}} Paladin of Souls]]''.Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''Literature/PaladinOfSouls''. There are multiple hints both subtle and otherwise that something odd is going on, but the formal [[TheReveal reveal]] awaits Ista accepting her status as CosmicPlaything once more.
23rd Jul '16 2:16:20 PM LordGro
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* "Literature/TheGhostOfPhilinnion": A young man, Machates, is visited by Philinnion, a girl who has fallen in love with him, and spends two nights with her before her mother tells him that Phillinion has died months ago. Even then he cannot believe his visitor is a ghost, and prefers to believe that some other girl is impersonating the dead Philinnion.
7th Jul '16 8:32:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* Tekla, Ida's mentor in ''Literature/ShamanOfTheUndead'', skirted this whole "dying" part of being TheObiWan by dying two years before meeting her student. She hangs around as a ghost, although Ida only learns about it when she sees Tekla pass through a solid wall.

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* Tekla, Ida's mentor in ''Literature/ShamanOfTheUndead'', skirted [[MentorOccupationalHazard this whole "dying" part of being TheObiWan a mentor]] by dying two years before meeting her student. She hangs around as a ghost, although Ida only learns about it when she sees Tekla pass through a solid wall.
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