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13th Jan '17 10:46:19 PM Dragoon321
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* In the crossover fanfic Fanfic/TheDresdenFillies Princess Celestia, who would normally qualify as the Cthulhu in this equation, attempts to interrogate He Who Walks Behind, an ''extremely'' dangerous Outsider. It is not only unimpressed and even delivers a short reason you suck speech before it proceeds to seriously injure her. She manages to destroy its physical form, but that is at ''best'' a minor set back for it.
13th Jan '17 4:15:07 PM oforiousmic
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** By the time of the SequelSeries, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', we find out that he was [[spoiler:tossed in the Fog of Lost Souls, a Spirit World prison for intrusive humans that forever leaves them in a [[AndIMustScream despondent]] state. He's forever doomed to be ranting about being the Moonslayer and wanting to capture the Avatar]].



** By the time of the SequelSeries, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', we find out that he was [[spoiler:tossed in the Fog of Lost Souls, a Spirit World prison for intrusive humans that forever leaves them in a [[AndIMustScream despondent]] state. He's forever doomed to be ranting about being the Moonslayer and wanting to capture the Avatar]].
31st Dec '16 3:55:42 PM aidreamer
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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', you have the option to insult Elder God Jas, one of {{The Maker}}s of the [=RuneScape=] multiverse and the most powerful being in existence. The game will even warn you against it. If you do it anyways, she kills you instantly.
24th Dec '16 12:58:15 PM ultimomant
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* In ''ComicBook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool'', Gwenpool mocks ComicBook/{{MODOK}}, since she sees him as a C-List villain. He responds by vaporizing her friend Cecil on the spot and then forcibly recruiting her into his organization on pain of being killed as well.
21st Dec '16 9:01:07 PM zequeins
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has a [[BreakingTheFourthWall very]], [[HumansAreCthulhu very meta example of this]]. If you go for the No [[KillEmAll Mercy route]], the FinalBoss there is going to give you a very bad time. Halfway into the fight, the boss will call out to the good person inside of you and offer a chance to reconcile. Accept, and he [[ISurrenderSuckers hits you with an undodgeable, unblockable attack that instantly kills you,]] and tells you that if you are truly sorry, you should never come back. Alright, pulling off an ISurrenderSuckers followed by RedemptionEqualsDeath is legit. Problem is, he had the gall to mock you for it, even the usual game over music is replaced by a sped-up in-game trolling song. That mockery has been known to enrage enough players to redouble their effort to take the boss down.
21st Dec '16 8:50:09 PM zequeins
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* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', do ''not'' taunt [[BigRedDevil Rushu]]. He is the progenitor of all [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Sushus]], stands at at least 10 metres tall, and can devastate entire armies single-handedly. Even Sadlygrove, the resident LeeroyJenkins BloodKnight wet his pants the moment Rushu's about to pulverize him for taunting him. Subverted with [[PhysicalGod Goultard]], who's not afraid to taunt him and is actually strong enough to ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu wreck]]'' Rushu around.
11th Dec '16 7:57:49 PM Euodiachloris
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** General Fong of the Earth Kingdom thought "teaching" Aang to enter the Avatar State by kidnapping and threatening Katara was a grand idea. He got really, really lucky he didn't end up as a decapitated pancake, as they were most definitely ''not'' amused.
11th Dec '16 3:02:37 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration: Picard learns the hard way that for all his flippancy, Q is still a near-omnipotent being of god-like power. When Q offers to join the Enterprise crew, even going so far as offering to renounce his powers and bring his near-limitless knowledge to their aid, they all but laugh in his face, claiming they are equipped to handle things themselves. With a snap of his fingers Q puts it to the test by hurling them into the path of [[TheAssimilator The Borg]]. Even if Q wasn't exactly trustworthy, it was a supremely arrogant statement on the part of Picard, and one that ended up costing him not only his pride (having to beg Q to save them), but the lives of several crew-members. Not to mention everyone else who the Borg eventually assimilate or kill in the Alpha Quadrant, the latter including Picard.
** This was eventually revealed as deliberately set-up on Q's part to shatter Starfleet's complacency. The Borg already knew about Earth and had it on the list to be conquered, but the Federation would have been caught completely off-guard without this little demonstration. As for the method, well, an immortal has to have ''some'' fun.

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* Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration: Picard learns the hard way that for all his flippancy, Q is still a near-omnipotent being of god-like power. When Q offers to join the Enterprise crew, even going so far as offering to renounce his powers and bring his near-limitless knowledge to their aid, they all but laugh in his face, claiming they are equipped to handle things themselves. With a snap of his fingers Q puts it to the test by hurling them into the path of [[TheAssimilator The Borg]]. Even if Q wasn't exactly trustworthy, it was a supremely arrogant statement on the part of Picard, and one that ended up costing him not only his pride (having to beg Q to save them), but the lives of several crew-members. Not to mention everyone else who the Borg eventually assimilate or kill in the Alpha Quadrant, the latter including Picard.
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crew-members [[note]] This was eventually revealed as deliberately set-up on Q's part to shatter Starfleet's complacency. The Borg already knew about Earth and had it on the list to be conquered, but the Federation would have been caught completely off-guard without this little demonstration. As for the method, well, an immortal has to have ''some'' fun.fun [[/note]].
8th Dec '16 4:33:16 AM iroanxi
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* In ''FanFic/ThisBites'', Cross's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Aokiji has the latter decide to kill him.
4th Dec '16 7:04:35 PM CerotechOmega
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'', Eustace has the ''balls'' to mock the ghost of an Egyptian pharaoh after it used all of it's curses on the Bagges. Guess where that leads him.

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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'', King Ramses dispenses all-devouring locusts upon the Bagges when Eustace has refuses to return his slab and Courage dispels the ''balls'' to mock other two curses; the ghost threat of an Egyptian pharaoh after it imminent doom causes Eustace to throw the slab over, which causes the locusts to disappear. Believing that Ramses had used up all of it's curses on his curses, Eustace grabs the Bagges. slab back and starts taunting him anew. Guess where how that leads him.turned out.
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