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18th Feb '17 6:20:48 PM Fireblood
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* ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' gets closer to this than any other incarnation. The Prophets of Bajor live in a separate plane of existence and watch over the people of Bajor, who worship them as Gods. As far as everybody else is concerned, they're {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s who live in a temporally non-linear plane of existence. The series never comes down hard on what they are but had something of a ToneShift. Sisko, Jadzia Dax, and [[spoiler: Gul Dukat]] all start out as either alien or skeptic to the Prophets' [[spoiler: or Pah Wraiths']] divinity, but end up embracing it to some degree in the end. Also, in the last seasons of the Dominion War arc, a lot of Action / HighFantasy tropes [[spoiler: i.e. TheChosenOne, FinalBattle, EvilCounterpart]] start to overtake the slow-burning character growth and social realism. There's no Sci-Fi explanation for what's going on much of the time. "[[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E25E26WhatYouLeaveBehind What You Leave Behind]]" feels much more like ''[[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Return of the King]]'' than "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E24AllGoodThings All Good Things]]".

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* ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' gets closer to this than any other incarnation. The Prophets of Bajor live in a separate plane of existence and watch over the people of Bajor, who worship them as Gods. As far as everybody else is concerned, they're {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s who live in a temporally non-linear plane of existence. The series never comes down hard on what they are but had something of a ToneShift. Sisko, Jadzia Dax, and [[spoiler: Gul Dukat]] all start out as either alien aloof or skeptic skeptical to the Prophets' [[spoiler: or Pah Wraiths']] divinity, but end up embracing it to some degree in the end. Also, in the last seasons of the Dominion War arc, a lot of Action / HighFantasy tropes [[spoiler: i.e. TheChosenOne, FinalBattle, EvilCounterpart]] start to overtake the slow-burning character growth and social realism. There's no Sci-Fi explanation for what's going on much of the time. "[[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E25E26WhatYouLeaveBehind What You Leave Behind]]" feels much more like ''[[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Return of the King]]'' than "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E24AllGoodThings All Good Things]]".



** The series danced with a scientific explanation for everything in seasons 4 and 5. Season 6, meanwhile, reverts back to fantasy, focusing the plot around two people who seem to be immortal demigods (one of whom has even been theorized to be a outright ''genie'', since he claims to be able to grant wishes to his followers and who is being kept on the Island like a cork keeps wine in a bottle) while introducing rules about not being able to kill somebody if they speak to you first, a healing spring that turns you evil when it's grimy and so on.
** The show played with the idea of science vs. faith, as epitomized by Jack and Locke respectively. There are scientific explanations for many of the things that happened (plane crashed, the time travel, etc.) and though Jacob guided the events of the whole show, it doesn't mean the actual events lack a scientific reason as to how they happened. Put simply, the writers deliberately wrote the show so that most events were a blend of the scientific and the faith-oriented, and very few things were purely one or the other.

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** The series danced with a scientific explanation for everything in seasons 4 and 5. Season 6, meanwhile, reverts back to fantasy, focusing the plot around two people who seem to be immortal demigods (one of whom has even been theorized to be a an outright ''genie'', since he claims to be able to grant wishes to his followers and who is being kept on the Island like a cork keeps wine in a bottle) while introducing rules about not being able to kill somebody if they speak to you first, a healing spring that turns you evil when it's grimy grimy, and so on.
** The show played with the idea of science vs. faith, as epitomized by Jack and Locke respectively. There are scientific explanations for many of the things that happened (plane crashed, the time travel, etc.) ), and though Jacob guided the events of the whole show, it doesn't mean the actual events lack a scientific reason as to how they happened. Put simply, the writers deliberately wrote the show so that most events were a blend of the scientific and the faith-oriented, and very few things were purely one or the other.
9th Jan '17 1:19:46 AM BURGINABC
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* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' has pulled this in some of its modern incarnations. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' popularized this, although it was justified: the entire point of the film was that the gang had spent several years debunking hauntings as [[ScoobyDooHoax hoaxes and criminal plots]] and the film explored how they would react when finally faced with the supernatural for real.

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* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' has pulled this in some of its modern incarnations. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' popularized this, although it was justified: this; the entire point of the film was that the gang had spent several years debunking hauntings as [[ScoobyDooHoax hoaxes and criminal plots]] and the film explored how they would react when finally faced with the supernatural for real.
9th Jan '17 1:12:05 AM BURGINABC
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This is the SciFiCounterpart of DoingInTheWizard.

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This is the SciFiCounterpart [[InvertedTrope inversion]] of DoingInTheWizard.
29th Oct '16 12:33:20 PM merotoker
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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch''. [[spoiler: After they are too late to save Stitch from his malfunction and he shuts down, Lilo's tear brings him back to life.]] Pleakley asks Jumba for the scientific explanation. Jumba proudly states (as if he knew any other way to state things) that there is no possible scientific explanation, declares it a miracle, and celebrates.

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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch''.''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch''. [[spoiler: After they are too late to save Stitch from his malfunction and he shuts down, Lilo's tear brings him back to life.]] Pleakley asks Jumba for the scientific explanation. Jumba proudly states (as if he knew any other way to state things) that there is no possible scientific explanation, declares it a miracle, and celebrates.



* While ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' is mostly focused on magic and demons, a few antagonists, like [[RobotMaster Warren, the original Ted]] and [[MadScientist Professor Walsh]], used sci-fi tropes. WordOfGod says they could pull off things like semi-sapient robots and invisibility rays because they're actually [[MagicPoweredPseudoscience magical savants]] fueled by the Hellmouth (or something).
** The Hellmouth attracts demons ''and'' encourages weirdness of all kinds, sometimes spontaneous (“Nightmares”, “Out of Mind, Out of Sight”, “I Only Have Eyes For You”, “Where the Wild Things Are”), sometimes in the form of mad science.

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* While ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' is mostly focused on magic and demons, a few antagonists, like [[RobotMaster Warren, the original Ted]] and [[MadScientist Professor Walsh]], used sci-fi tropes. WordOfGod says they could pull off things like semi-sapient robots and invisibility rays because they're actually [[MagicPoweredPseudoscience magical savants]] fueled by the Hellmouth (or something). \n** The Hellmouth attracts demons ''and'' encourages weirdness of all kinds, sometimes spontaneous (“Nightmares”, “Out of Mind, Out of Sight”, “I Only Have Eyes For You”, “Where the Wild Things Are”), sometimes in the form of mad science.



* ''Videogame/{{Tekken}} 4'' took a sudden and drastic turn towards DoingInTheWizard compared to the supernatural and soft sci-fi themes in the first game. Most notably, the Devil possessing Jin and Kazuya was first referred to as "the Devil Gene" in this game and described as a mutation. Ogre, similarly, was called a "bioweapon" instead of an ancient warrior god. The only robot was Combot, a ClockworkCreature rather than the RidiculouslyHumanRobot JACK series, and there's only one "fighting animal"--Kuma, who is pretty much an ordinary bear. Following games in the series brought the supernatural elements right back, but also folded most of the scientific elements right on top of them. The Devil Gene, for instance, is revealed to be a genetically-inherited curse.

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* ''Videogame/{{Tekken}} 4'' took a sudden and drastic turn towards DoingInTheWizard compared to the supernatural and soft sci-fi themes in the first game. Most notably, the Devil possessing Jin and Kazuya was first referred to as "the Devil Gene" in this game and described as a mutation. Ogre, similarly, was called a "bioweapon" instead of an ancient warrior god. The only robot was Combot, a ClockworkCreature rather than the RidiculouslyHumanRobot {{Ridiculously Human Robot|s}} JACK series, and there's only one "fighting animal"--Kuma, who is pretty much an ordinary bear. Following games in the series brought the supernatural elements right back, but also folded most of the scientific elements right on top of them. The Devil Gene, for instance, is revealed to be a genetically-inherited curse.
25th Oct '16 12:13:30 AM Tamfang
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** The Hellmouth attracts demons ''and'' encourages weirdness of all kinds, sometimes spontaneous (“Nightmares”, “Out of Mind, Out of Sight”, “I Only Have Eyes For You”, “Where the Wild Things Are”), sometimes in the form of mad science.
3rd Oct '16 10:16:00 AM KingZeal
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* ''Videogame/{{Tekken}} 4'' took a sudden and drastic turn towards DoingInTheWizard compared to the supernatural and soft sci-fi themes in the first game. Most notably, the Devil possessing Jin and Kazuya was first referred to as "the Devil Gene" in this game and described as a mutation. Ogre, similarly, was called a "bioweapon" instead of an ancient warrior god. The only robot was Combot, a ClockworkCreature rather than the RidiculouslyHumanRobot JACK series, and there's only one "fighting animal"--Kuma, who is pretty much an ordinary bear. Following games in the series brought the supernatural elements right back, but also folded most of the scientific elements right on top of them. The Devil Gene, for instance, is revealed to be a genetically-inherited curse.
2nd Oct '16 5:37:31 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': Simmons initially thinks that Will's stories of "It" and the Monolith planet having "moods" are just symptoms of his long isolation and that there is a scientific explanation. When she sees "It" for herself, and that a gorge suddenly became much wider when they needed to cross it, she decides otherwise.

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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'':
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Simmons initially thinks that Will's stories of "It" and the Monolith planet having "moods" are just symptoms of his long isolation and that there is a scientific explanation. When she sees "It" for herself, and that a gorge suddenly became much wider when they needed to cross it, she decides otherwise.otherwise.
** Certain characters in-series think there is some sort of scientific explanation for Robbie's Ghost Rider powers, either "enhanced" like Steve Rogers or Inhuman like Daisy. However, Robbie later claims that he literally sold his soul to the Devil and the show's creators have confirmed that he's explicitly supernatural.
30th Sep '16 11:19:26 PM caffeinedelusions
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* Franchise/SpiderMan's superpower origin used to be a radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker and mutated him. Then [[Creator/JMichaelStraczynski some writer]] went back and said, "The radiation gave a mystical spider-totem spirit a chance to infuse Peter Parker with its power, and all spider themed super heroes are connected to the Great Web." In this case the Scientist is NotQuiteDead - Spidey didn't entirely buy the magic angle, and has shown enough scientific understanding of his power to poison a magical enemy who assumed he was just like any other totemic hero. [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider Storylines]] [[ComicBook/SpiderVerse involving the mysticism angle]] still come up from time to time and Peter has to accept the Wizard on these occasions.

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* Franchise/SpiderMan's superpower origin used to be a radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker and mutated him. Then [[Creator/JMichaelStraczynski some writer]] went back and said, "The radiation gave a mystical spider-totem spirit a chance to infuse Peter Parker with its power, and all spider themed super heroes are connected to the Great Web.power." In this case the Scientist is NotQuiteDead - Spidey didn't entirely buy the magic angle, and has shown enough scientific understanding of his power to poison a magical enemy who assumed he was just like any other totemic hero. [[ComicBook/ScarletSpider Storylines]] [[ComicBook/SpiderVerse involving the mysticism angle]] still come up from time to time and Peter has to accept the Wizard on these occasions.
4th Jun '16 10:40:04 PM merotoker
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* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'': [[spoiler: Kyubey is a SufficientlyAdvancedAlien, not a magical creature, and he wants to prevent the universe's heat death by breaking the second law of thermodynamics. However, he does this by performing genuine miracles and drawing out real magical potential in human girls so he can collect energy generated by emotions; none of these are governed by thermodynamics or any kind of science and that's why they suit Kyubey's purpose.]] A rare case of also counting as DoingInTheWizard.
* ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'': Lil' Slugger [[spoiler: is not a human delinquent. He's a supernatural phantom unwittingly created by Tsukiko to escape responsibility for the death of her dog.]]

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* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'': [[spoiler: Kyubey is a SufficientlyAdvancedAlien, not a magical creature, and he wants to prevent the universe's heat death by breaking the second law of thermodynamics. However, he does this by performing genuine miracles and drawing out real magical potential in human girls so he can collect energy generated by emotions; none of these are governed by thermodynamics or any kind of science and that's why they suit Kyubey's purpose.]] purpose]]. A rare case of also counting as DoingInTheWizard.
* ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'': Lil' Slugger [[spoiler: is not a human delinquent. He's a supernatural phantom unwittingly created by Tsukiko to escape responsibility for the death of her dog.]]dog]].



** The [[{{Foreign Remake}} Indian]] Spider-Man went with magic from the beginning. Pavitr gets his powers from a yogi, and his versions of the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Venom are demons that possess humans.
* TheFlash's powers were originally due to a FreakLabAccident, but later the origin was retconned into a connection to a mystical dimension called the Speed Force but it didn't Do In The Scientist as much as it forced the Scientist to shake hands with the Wizard. Though the Speed Force is indeed mystical, all of the Flashes as well as many other speedsters in the DCU gained or activate their connection through scientific means, such as Allen and West's lightning/chemical accidents or the Quick family's mathematical speed formula. The Scientist later gained ground on the Wizard with a RetCon that stated the Speed Force was ''created'' pseudo-scientifically by the original FreakLabAccident, with Barry Allen generating its energies as he runs.

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** The [[{{Foreign Remake}} [[ForeignRemake Indian]] Spider-Man went with magic from the beginning. Pavitr gets his powers from a yogi, and his versions of the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Venom are demons that possess humans.
* TheFlash's Franchise/TheFlash's powers were originally due to a FreakLabAccident, but later the origin was retconned into a connection to a mystical dimension called the Speed Force but it didn't Do In The Scientist as much as it forced the Scientist to shake hands with the Wizard. Though the Speed Force is indeed mystical, all of the Flashes as well as many other speedsters in the DCU gained or activate their connection through scientific means, such as Allen and West's lightning/chemical accidents or the Quick family's mathematical speed formula. The Scientist later gained ground on the Wizard with a RetCon that stated the Speed Force was ''created'' pseudo-scientifically by the original FreakLabAccident, with Barry Allen generating its energies as he runs.



* As seen in ''Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful'' a kind of spiritual prequel to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'', Oz is a real place (which was LFrankBaum's intention). Dorothy just saw all the parallels between people she met in Oz and people she knew earlier and ''assumed'' it was a dream.
* ''Film/ThePrestige'' has an odd variant of this that falls somewhere between this trope and DoingInTheWizard. From the beginning, the movie is presented as a fairly mundane PeriodPiece about a pair of Victorian stage magicians battling over trade secrets for their magical acts. Naturally, we assume that all of their magic tricks can be explained away as clever illusions, even when both men come up with magic tricks that apparently let them teleport instantly from one side of a stage to another. [[spoiler: Neither trick is ''magic'', per se, but one of them turns out to have been accomplished with a replication/cloning device invented by Nikola Tesla, unexpectedly pushing the movie into science fiction territory]].

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* As seen in ''Film/OzTheGreatAndPowerful'' a kind of spiritual prequel to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'', Oz is a real place (which was LFrankBaum's Creator/LFrankBaum's intention). Dorothy just saw all the parallels between people she met in Oz and people she knew earlier and ''assumed'' it was a dream.
* ''Film/ThePrestige'' has an odd variant of this that falls somewhere between this trope and DoingInTheWizard. From the beginning, the movie is presented as a fairly mundane PeriodPiece about a pair of Victorian stage magicians battling over trade secrets for their magical acts. Naturally, we assume that all of their magic tricks can be explained away as clever illusions, even when both men come up with magic tricks that apparently let them teleport instantly from one side of a stage to another. [[spoiler: Neither trick is ''magic'', per se, but one of them turns out to have been accomplished with a replication/cloning device invented by Nikola Tesla, unexpectedly pushing the movie into science fiction territory]].territory.]]



* ''Literature/TheExilesViolin'': Despite all the talk about how alchemy is nothing more than chemistry+mysticism and general disbelief in magic [[spoiler: the Exile's Violin has real magic power and the 'alchemically enhanced' swords that previously defeated it are the only weapons that can stop it.]]

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* ''Literature/TheExilesViolin'': Despite all the talk about how alchemy is nothing more than chemistry+mysticism and general disbelief in magic [[spoiler: the Exile's Violin has real magic power and the 'alchemically enhanced' swords that previously defeated it are the only weapons that can stop it.]]it]].



* ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' gets closer to this than any other incarnation. The Prophets of Bajor live in a separate plane of existence and watch over the people of Bajor, who worship them as Gods. As far as everybody else is concerned, they're SufficientlyAdvancedAliens who live in a temporally non-linear plane of existence. The series never comes down hard on what they are but had something of a ToneShift. Sisko, Jadzia Dax, and [[spoiler: Gul Dukat]] all start out as either alien or skeptic to the Prophets' [[spoiler: or Pah Wraiths']] divinity, but end up embracing it to some degree in the end. Also, in the last seasons of the Dominion War arc, a lot of Action / HighFantasy tropes [[spoiler: i.e TheChosenOne, FinalBattle, EvilCounterpart]] start to overtake the slow-burning character growth and social realism. There's no Sci-Fi explaination for what's going on much of the time. [[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E25E26WhatYouLeaveBehind}} What You Leave Behind]] feels much more like [[{{Film/TheLordOfTheRings}} Return Of The King]] than [[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E24AllGoodThings}} All Good Things]].

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* ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' gets closer to this than any other incarnation. The Prophets of Bajor live in a separate plane of existence and watch over the people of Bajor, who worship them as Gods. As far as everybody else is concerned, they're SufficientlyAdvancedAliens {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s who live in a temporally non-linear plane of existence. The series never comes down hard on what they are but had something of a ToneShift. Sisko, Jadzia Dax, and [[spoiler: Gul Dukat]] all start out as either alien or skeptic to the Prophets' [[spoiler: or Pah Wraiths']] divinity, but end up embracing it to some degree in the end. Also, in the last seasons of the Dominion War arc, a lot of Action / HighFantasy tropes [[spoiler: i.e e. TheChosenOne, FinalBattle, EvilCounterpart]] start to overtake the slow-burning character growth and social realism. There's no Sci-Fi explaination explanation for what's going on much of the time. [[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E25E26WhatYouLeaveBehind}} "[[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E25E26WhatYouLeaveBehind What You Leave Behind]] Behind]]" feels much more like [[{{Film/TheLordOfTheRings}} ''[[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Return Of The King]] of the King]]'' than [[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E24AllGoodThings}} "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E24AllGoodThings All Good Things]].Things]]".



* ''Series/BabylonFive'' toyed with the idea that at least some of the First Ones' powers were magical for a long time, but always also left it open that it was just the tech of {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien|s}}. Then ''The Lost Tales'' depicted what appeared to be an actual Christian demon (it was implied that the entity's actual nature was more complex than that, but it was still strongly suggested to be genuinely supernatural).

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* ''Series/BabylonFive'' toyed with the idea that at least some of the First Ones' powers were magical for a long time, but always also left it open that it was just the tech of {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien|s}}.Alien}}s. Then ''The Lost Tales'' depicted what appeared to be an actual Christian demon (it was implied that the entity's actual nature was more complex than that, but it was still strongly suggested to be genuinely supernatural).



* ''Series/AgentsOfShield'': Simmons initially thinks that Will's stories of "It" and the Monolith planet having "moods" are just symptoms of his long isolation and that there is a scientific explanation. When she sees "It" for herself, and that a gorge suddenly became much wider when they needed to cross it, she decides otherwise.
* '''Series/DoctorWho'': In the Series 9 episode "Under the Lake", the Doctor denounces "ghosts" as nonsense. Then he changes his mind and says that yes, they really are the souls of dead people. They're not something scientific like Auton duplicates, flesh avatar clones or digital copies "floating about the Nethersphere". He's ecstatic to meet a "proper ghost".

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* ''Series/AgentsOfShield'': ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': Simmons initially thinks that Will's stories of "It" and the Monolith planet having "moods" are just symptoms of his long isolation and that there is a scientific explanation. When she sees "It" for herself, and that a gorge suddenly became much wider when they needed to cross it, she decides otherwise.
* '''Series/DoctorWho'': ''Series/DoctorWho'': In the Series 9 episode "Under the Lake", the Doctor denounces "ghosts" as nonsense. Then he changes his mind and says that yes, they really are the souls of dead people. They're not something scientific like Auton duplicates, flesh avatar clones or digital copies "floating about the Nethersphere". He's ecstatic to meet a "proper ghost".



* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfGraces'', it's shown that the NighInvulnerable Nova monsters can be harmed by [[LightEmUp a special kind of energy]] given off by Sophie. Later, it's revealed that [[spoiler:Sophie is actually a RobotGirl created by the people of a different planet... except ''then'' it turns out that the thing that powers her mysterious attacks is actually the mystical energy of the planet]]. Similarly, the laws of the world of Fodra were thought to be entirely natural until [[EldritchAbomination Lambda]] was discovered in its core.

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* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfGraces'', it's shown that the NighInvulnerable {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le Nova monsters can be harmed by [[LightEmUp a special kind of energy]] given off by Sophie. Later, it's revealed that [[spoiler:Sophie is actually a RobotGirl created by the people of a different planet... except ''then'' it turns out that the thing that powers her mysterious attacks is actually the mystical energy of the planet]]. Similarly, the laws of the world of Fodra were thought to be entirely natural until [[EldritchAbomination Lambda]] was discovered in its core.



* ''WebComic/WoodenRose'': [[spoiler: Eric originally attributed his wife's pregnacy to infidliety but when he saw that the child was a tree spirit and came to term in a week instead of nine months he had no choice but to accept that the supernatural was involved.]]

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* ''WebComic/WoodenRose'': [[spoiler: Eric originally attributed his wife's pregnacy to infidliety but when he saw that the child was a tree spirit and came to term in a week instead of nine months he had no choice but to accept that the supernatural was involved.]]involved]].



* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' has pulled this in some of its modern incarnations. ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland popularized this, although it was justified: the entire point of the film was that the gang had spent several years debunking hauntings as hoaxes and criminal plots and the film explored how they would react when finally face with the supernatural for real.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' has pulled this in some of its modern incarnations. ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' popularized this, although it was justified: the entire point of the film was that the gang had spent several years debunking hauntings as [[ScoobyDooHoax hoaxes and criminal plots plots]] and the film explored how they would react when finally face faced with the supernatural for real.



* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': Initially, Shego's hand blasts were implied to be devices in her gloves. Later it was firmly established to be a superpower given to her by a magic comet.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': Initially, Shego's hand blasts were implied to be devices in her gloves. Later it was firmly established to be a superpower given to her by a magic comet.MagicMeteor.
22nd Mar '16 4:14:55 PM DeisTheAlcano
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->''"'''Xavier Pendragon:''' An alchemist who uses Hapkido Cane Fighting. He was burned at the stake due to the fact that his powers, based on science, were actually dark magic. To be fair, they had a point, since this guy can shoot a magic dragon out of his staff which can bite people, along with turning them to gold, and, in one of the weirdest moves in fighting game history, swap characters with his opponent."''
-->--'''''HardcoreGaming101''''' [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/eternalchampions/eternalchampions1.htm on]] ''VideoGame/EternalChampions

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->''"'''Xavier Pendragon:''' ->''"''Xavier Pendragon'': An alchemist who uses Hapkido Cane Fighting. He was burned at the stake due to the fact that his powers, based on science, were actually dark magic. To be fair, they had a point, since this guy can shoot a magic dragon out of his staff which can bite people, along with turning them to gold, and, in one of the weirdest moves in fighting game history, swap characters with his opponent."''
-->--'''''HardcoreGaming101''''' -->-- ''Website/HardcoreGaming101'' [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/eternalchampions/eternalchampions1.htm on]] ''VideoGame/EternalChampions
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