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* ComicBook/DoctorStrange foe Dormammu once greatly increased his already immense power to the point of literally pushing the [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]] around. Unfazed, the green goliath threatened Dormammu, but the dark lord merely mocked him and warned that insulting him would be unwise. When the Hulk asked why, Dormammu responded that he had enough power to defeat him without lifting a finger, but Hulk's only response was "''[[TemptingFate That I'd like t'see]]''". In the next panel, Hulk was [[TakenForGranite turned into glass]].

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* ComicBook/DoctorStrange foe Dormammu once greatly increased his already immense power to the point of literally pushing the [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]] around. Unfazed, the green goliath threatened Dormammu, but the dark lord merely mocked him and warned that insulting him would be unwise. When the Hulk asked why, Dormammu responded that he had enough power to defeat him without lifting a finger, but Hulk's only response was "''[[TemptingFate That I'd like t'see]]''". In the next panel, Hulk was [[TakenForGranite turned into glass]]. [[http://photobucket.com/gallery/user/RyanHl01/media/cGF0aDovRkFJTFVMSy5qcGc=/?ref=]]



* In ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'', The Leader Samuel Sterns once negotiated a contract with Mephisto with favorable terms for him and the Thunderbolts. The Leader left rather satisfied that he beat the devil at his own game, while Mephisto stewed in frustration. At the end of this run of the series, [[spoiler:The Leader is doomed to suffer the Ghost Rider's Penance Stare for the rest of his life as punishment for all the crap he's done throughout the series. Cue Mephisto waltzing in with a new contract in hand. The Leader immediately signs the new contract to escape the Penance Stare. Mephisto sends the Ghost Rider back to Johnny Blaze (much to Blaze's displeasure) and escorts Sterns to Hell while describing all of the tortures he has in mind for Sterns]].
* Occurs in the ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' story "Where the Action Is." After publisher Manny Monkton pisses off a super-villain with his sensationalist stories, he becomes inspired to create a new line of comics dealing with CosmicEntities, beings who [[BeneathNotice wouldn't care about anything ordinary humans do]]. Needless to say, [[OhCrap it does not end well]].

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Thunderbolts}}'', The Leader Samuel Sterns once negotiated a contract with Mephisto ComicBook/{{Mephisto}} with favorable terms for him and the Thunderbolts. The Leader left rather satisfied that he beat the devil at his own game, while Mephisto stewed in frustration. At the end of this run of the series, [[spoiler:The Leader is doomed to suffer the Ghost Rider's ComicBook/GhostRider's Penance Stare for the rest of his life as punishment for all the crap he's done throughout the series. Cue Mephisto waltzing in with a new contract in hand. The Leader immediately signs the new contract to escape the Penance Stare. Mephisto sends the Ghost Rider back to Johnny Blaze (much to Blaze's displeasure) and escorts Sterns to Hell while describing all of the tortures he has in mind for Sterns]].
* Occurs in the ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' story "Where the Action Is." After publisher Manny Monkton pisses off a super-villain with his sensationalist stories, he becomes inspired to create a new line of comics dealing with CosmicEntities, {{Cosmic Entit|y}}ies, beings who [[BeneathNotice wouldn't care about anything ordinary humans do]]. Needless to say, [[OhCrap it does not end well]].



* Invoked in ''FanFic/ShinjiAndWarhammer40K'', in a mental note from Shinji to Unit 01.

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* Invoked in ''FanFic/ShinjiAndWarhammer40K'', ''FanFic/ShinjiAndWarhammer40k'', in a mental note from Shinji to Unit 01.



* 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 very much unimpressed, and even delivers a short TheReasonYouSuckSpeech before it proceeds to seriously injure her. She manages to destroy its physical form, but that is at ''best'' a minor setback for it.

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* In the crossover fanfic Fanfic/TheDresdenFillies, ''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 very much unimpressed, and even delivers a short TheReasonYouSuckSpeech before it proceeds to seriously injure her. She manages to destroy its physical form, but that is at ''best'' a minor setback for it.



* ''Franchise/StarWars''

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' ''Franchise/StarWars'':



** The second example happens in the tail end of ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''. [[spoiler:Loki mistakenly believes that Hulk can be threatened into surrendering, and is grabbed by the leg and beaten into the ground for his trouble. "Puny god."]]

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** The second example happens in at the tail end of ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''. [[spoiler:Loki mistakenly believes that Hulk can be threatened into surrendering, and is grabbed by the leg and beaten into the ground for his trouble. "Puny god."]]



** in ''Discworld/SoulMusic'', a worker comes to complain about the Librarian stealing the wheels off his cart. When he continues to mouth off to Mustrum Ridcully despite the Archchancellor trying to be amicable, he mentions that wizards aren't allowed to use their magic on normal people... at which point [[BalefulPolymorph he becomes a frog]], with Ridcully noting that the aforementioned rule is, by his reckoning, more of a guideline.

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** in In ''Discworld/SoulMusic'', a worker comes to complain about the Librarian stealing the wheels off his cart. When he continues to mouth off to Mustrum Ridcully despite the Archchancellor trying to be amicable, he mentions that wizards aren't allowed to use their magic on normal people... at which point [[BalefulPolymorph he becomes a frog]], with Ridcully noting that the aforementioned rule is, by his reckoning, more of a guideline.



** In the book ''Ghost Story'', Harry makes the mistake of [[spoiler:leaving the "el" off of the Archangel Uriel's name. Uriel]], who's a cheerful and affable sort, very quickly tells Harry that he does '''not''' want to make that mistake again. The FridgeBrilliance behind it: [[spoiler:"Uriel" means "Light of God", with "el" being the "God" part. Who else's name meant just "light"? [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]]]].

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** In the book ''Ghost Story'', ''Literature/GhostStory'', Harry makes the mistake of [[spoiler:leaving the "el" off of the Archangel Uriel's name. Uriel]], who's a cheerful and affable sort, very quickly tells Harry that he does '''not''' want to make that mistake again. The FridgeBrilliance behind it: [[spoiler:"Uriel" means "Light of God", with "el" being the "God" part. Who else's name meant just "light"? [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]]]].



* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':



* 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 [[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 [[/note]].

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* Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration: ''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 [[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 [[/note]].



* ''Series/DeadliestCatch''

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* ''Series/DeadliestCatch''''Series/DeadliestCatch'':



** In ''Series/TorchwoodChildrenOfEarth'' Jack gets a harsh lesson from The 456 as to why this is a bad idea. They may not be Eldrich Abominations, but they're certainly SufficientlyAdvancedAliens with the technology to back up their power. When he confronts them in 10 Downing Street they laugh it off and retaliate by flooding the building with a lethal virus that kills in seconds. As an immortal Jack makes it out, but many others die for his arrogance [[spoiler: including [[AnyoneCanDie Ianto]]]].
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''.

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** In ''Series/TorchwoodChildrenOfEarth'' Jack gets a harsh lesson from The 456 as to why this is a bad idea. They may not be Eldrich Abominations, but they're certainly SufficientlyAdvancedAliens {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s with the technology to back up their power. When he confronts them in 10 Downing Street they laugh it off and retaliate by flooding the building with a lethal virus that kills in seconds. As an immortal Jack makes it out, but many others die for his arrogance [[spoiler: including [[AnyoneCanDie Ianto]]]].
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. ''Series/{{Angel}}'':



* In ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', Carl finds a walker with its feet stuck in the mud by a riverbank, and decides to foolishly stay, throwing rocks at it, then coming in close to shoot it... At which point it manages to wrench one of its legs free, knocking the gun from his hand and nearly catches him before he can get away. [[spoiler:Later it makes its way to the farm and kills Dale]].

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* In ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', Carl finds a walker with its feet stuck in the mud by a riverbank, and decides to foolishly stay, throwing rocks at it, then coming in close to shoot it... At which point it manages to wrench one of its legs free, knocking the gun from his hand and nearly catches him before he can get away. [[spoiler:Later it makes its way to the farm and kills Dale]].Dale.]]



* When Stephen Colbert interviewed Smaug the dragon on his show in the wake of the third ''Hobbit'' movie, Colbert chose to mock Smaug about how thoroughly Bilbo tricked him and how goofy Smaug looked when he lost track of the little hobbit. While Colbert was cackling like a maniac, Smaug decided to teach him a lesson:

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* When Stephen Colbert Creator/StephenColbert interviewed Smaug the dragon on his show in the wake of the third ''Hobbit'' movie, Colbert chose to mock Smaug about how thoroughly Bilbo tricked him and how goofy Smaug looked when he lost track of the little hobbit. While Colbert was cackling like a maniac, Smaug decided to teach him a lesson:



* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':



* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic used this in his ''Top 11 Disney Villains'' video. [[TooDumbToLive He apparently didn't learn his lesson]], as he does it again to the "[[BewareTheNiceOnes Good Witch of the Woods]]" in WebVideo/SuburbanKnights.

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic used this in his ''Top 11 Disney Villains'' video. [[TooDumbToLive He apparently didn't learn his lesson]], as he does it again to the "[[BewareTheNiceOnes Good Witch of the Woods]]" in WebVideo/SuburbanKnights.''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights''.



* ''WebVideo/BuzzfeedUnsolved'': [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] at one point when they interviewed a real exorcist called Father Thomas; he warned that they absolutely should not taunt ghosts and demons, because you never know how or when they’ll retaliate. Naturally, they’ve never followed his advice, with Shane in particular [[BullyingADragon actively trying to provoke supernatural beings]] (mainly because [[TheSkeptic he doesn’t believe in them]]).

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* ''WebVideo/BuzzfeedUnsolved'': [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] {{Discussed|Trope}} at one point when they interviewed a real exorcist called Father Thomas; he warned that they absolutely should not taunt ghosts and demons, because you never know how or when they’ll retaliate. Naturally, they’ve never followed his advice, with Shane in particular [[BullyingADragon actively trying to provoke supernatural beings]] (mainly because [[TheSkeptic he doesn’t believe in them]]).



* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Yes]], this show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]

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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Yes]], this show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has Cartman, who decided to insult and taunt {{God}}, for not getting a humancentiPad. He promptly gets a [[BoltOfDivineRetribution thunderbolt in his face]]. [[SnapBack He got better.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has Cartman, who ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
** Cartman
decided to insult and taunt {{God}}, for not getting a humancentiPad. He promptly gets a [[BoltOfDivineRetribution thunderbolt in his face]]. [[SnapBack He got better.]]



* ''DO NOT'', under any circumstances, taunt Brock Sampson of '' WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''. Seriously, don't.

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* ''DO NOT'', under any circumstances, taunt Brock Sampson of '' WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''. WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' Seriously, don't.



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17th Jun '18 11:43:30 AM Akaihiryuu
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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Yes]], this show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]

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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Yes]], this show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]
17th Jun '18 11:42:28 AM Akaihiryuu
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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]

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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] Yes]], this show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]
17th Jun '18 11:39:01 AM Akaihiryuu
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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]

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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic [[BodyHorror graphic]] way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.]]
17th Jun '18 11:38:30 AM Akaihiryuu
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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler]]In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.[[/spoiler]]

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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler]]In [[spoiler:In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.[[/spoiler]]]]
17th Jun '18 11:37:42 AM Akaihiryuu
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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler]]In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes EvilDoppelgangers of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.

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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler]]In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes EvilDoppelgangers [[EvilDoppelganger Evil Doppelgangers]] of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.[[/spoiler]]
17th Jun '18 11:36:36 AM Akaihiryuu
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* MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: Yes, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids this]] show gets an entry here. For what? The Tree of Harmony/Elements of Harmony.[[spoiler]]In ''Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS8E13TheMean6'', using SympatheticMagic, [[Main/VoluntaryShapeshifting Chrysalis]] makes EvilDoppelgangers of the Mane 6, for the purposes of stealing the Elements of Harmony. When they eventually find the Elements, the Tree reacts to them basically being the opposite of the true Elements by grabbing them in tendrils and [[KilledOffForReal killing]] them on-screen in a very [[BodyHorror]] graphic way (reducing them to the wood they were created from). It's quite disturbing.
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* In ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternityIIDeadfire'', the Watcher may end up in the realm of one of the gods, specifically, [[spoiler:Rymrgdand, the God of Entropy]]. They will threaten to annihilate the Watcher's soul, but ultimately decide against it... unless the Watcher says [[spoiler:they "welcome oblivion"]]. [[TooDumbToLive Predictably]], [[NonStandardGameOver that results in an instant death]]. Downplayed in that, if not betrayed in an [[OldSaveBonus imported]] ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternity'' save, the god tolerates a lot of other insults and challenges [[NotWorthKilling with a condescending amusement]].

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* In ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternityIIDeadfire'', the Watcher may end up in the realm of one of the gods, specifically, [[spoiler:Rymrgdand, [[spoiler:Rymrgand, the God of Entropy]]. They will threaten to annihilate the Watcher's soul, but ultimately decide against it... unless the Watcher says [[spoiler:they "welcome oblivion"]]. [[TooDumbToLive Predictably]], [[NonStandardGameOver that results in an instant death]]. Downplayed in that, if not betrayed in an [[OldSaveBonus imported]] ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternity'' save, the god tolerates a lot of other insults and challenges [[NotWorthKilling with a condescending amusement]].
12th Jun '18 8:13:47 PM KillerClowns
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* In ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternityIIDeadfire'', the Watcher may end up in the realm of one of the gods, specifically, [[spoiler:Rymrgdand, the God of Entropy]]. They will threaten to annihilate the Watcher's soul, but ultimately decide against it... unless the Watcher says they "welcome oblivion". [[NonStandardGameOver The god will promptly grant it]]. Downplayed in that, if not betrayed in an [[OldSaveBonus imported]] ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternity'' save, the god tolerates a lot of other insults and challenges [[NotWorthKilling with a condescending amusement]].

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* In ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternityIIDeadfire'', the Watcher may end up in the realm of one of the gods, specifically, [[spoiler:Rymrgdand, the God of Entropy]]. They will threaten to annihilate the Watcher's soul, but ultimately decide against it... unless the Watcher says they [[spoiler:they "welcome oblivion". oblivion"]]. [[TooDumbToLive Predictably]], [[NonStandardGameOver The god will promptly grant it]].that results in an instant death]]. Downplayed in that, if not betrayed in an [[OldSaveBonus imported]] ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternity'' save, the god tolerates a lot of other insults and challenges [[NotWorthKilling with a condescending amusement]].
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* In ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternityIIDeadfire'', the Watcher may end up in the realm of one of the gods, specifically, [[spoiler:Rymrgdand, the God of Entropy]]. They will threaten to annihilate the Watcher's soul, but ultimately decide against it... unless the Watcher attempts to "call their bluff". [[NonStandardGameOver The god will promptly demonstrate that that they weren't bluffing]].

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* In ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternityIIDeadfire'', the Watcher may end up in the realm of one of the gods, specifically, [[spoiler:Rymrgdand, the God of Entropy]]. They will threaten to annihilate the Watcher's soul, but ultimately decide against it... unless the Watcher attempts to "call their bluff". says they "welcome oblivion". [[NonStandardGameOver The god will promptly demonstrate that that they weren't bluffing]].grant it]]. Downplayed in that, if not betrayed in an [[OldSaveBonus imported]] ''VideoGame/PillarsOfEternity'' save, the god tolerates a lot of other insults and challenges [[NotWorthKilling with a condescending amusement]].
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