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14th Nov '17 4:53:32 PM Gamermaster
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** After Tohru showed up in retaliation for him hurting Kobayashi, Cremene tried calling Elma for help. It's far more likely that -- if Elma had shown up -- she would have struck an EnemyMine situation with Tohru and killed him instead due to [[SenpaiKohai her own relationship]] with Kobayashi.

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** After Tohru showed up in retaliation for him hurting Kobayashi, Cremene Clemene tried calling Elma for help. It's far more likely that -- if Elma had shown up -- she would have struck an EnemyMine situation with Tohru and killed him instead due to [[SenpaiKohai her own relationship]] with Kobayashi.
9th Nov '17 9:03:59 AM Premonition45
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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa for a seminar, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FakeMemories about Risa to hide their work, to which Troi says "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."

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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa for a seminar, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FakeMemories about Risa to hide their work, to which Troi and when he shares them with Troi, she says "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."
9th Nov '17 9:03:30 AM Premonition45
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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa for a seminar, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FalseMemories about Risa to hide their work, to which Troi says "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."

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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa for a seminar, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FalseMemories FakeMemories about Risa to hide their work, to which Troi says "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."
9th Nov '17 9:01:20 AM Premonition45
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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FalseMemories about Risa to hide their work, with Troi saying to him "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."

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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa, Risa for a seminar, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FalseMemories about Risa to hide their work, with to which Troi saying to him says "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."
9th Nov '17 9:00:16 AM Premonition45
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** In "The Mind's Eye", Geordi is traveling to Risa, but on his way there, he gets abducted and brainwashed by Romulans into a ManchurianAgent. They implant FalseMemories about Risa to hide their work, with Troi saying to him "Geordi, I get the feeling that something special happened on this vacation, and I'm not talking about computers."
8th Nov '17 2:21:34 AM David7204
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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', any player who romance [[spoiler:Solas]] with a Dalish Inquisitor on a subsequent replay will experience this in droves, given that they, but not the player character, are aware that [[spoiler:Solas is Fen'Harel, the Dalish equivalent of the boogeyman.]] Lampshaded in the ''Trespasser'' DLC, when he [[spoiler:reveals his identity, and follows it up with the question "What is he old Dalish curse? 'May the Dread Wolf take you'?", a throwaway phrase that the player has likely heard many times throughout the first two games. One possible response to this is, [[DoubleEntendre "And so he did'']].]]
6th Nov '17 12:33:15 PM MasterFuzzy
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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'': Hermione notes of her new Professor that [[NamesTheSame his name is the same as that of the]] [[Characters/CelticMythology ancient Welsh bard Taliesin.]] The audience, Harry, and Bucky all know that he actually ''is'' Taliesin, [[spoiler: and also Doctor Stephen Strange]].
31st Oct '17 7:07:57 AM x20556a3
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* An instrumental plot element in ''Disney/TheLionKing'' is the fact that for most of the second half of the film, Simba is unaware that it was actually Scar who killed Mufasa—though the audience sees this happen onscreen—and therefore is convinced that he himself is responsible for his father’s death.
31st Oct '17 1:41:44 AM darkemyst
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* ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows:'' At the very end, Harry explains that he is the true [[spoiler:owner of the Elder Wand]]. Voldemort doesn't believe him, which creates a brief moment of DramaticIrony between the revelation and Voldemort's death.

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter''
** ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'': A ''reverse'' example when Petunia mentions "That ''horrible'' boy" telling Lily Evans (her younger sister / Harry's mother) about Dementors, he thinks she means James ... as we find out in ''Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'', she actually means [[spoiler: Severus Snape]].
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''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows:'' At the very end, Harry explains that he is the true [[spoiler:owner of the Elder Wand]]. Voldemort doesn't believe him, which creates a brief moment of DramaticIrony between the revelation and Voldemort's death.
30th Oct '17 7:42:41 AM Gaby007
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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5942075/1/Reluctant-Hero Reluctant Hero]]'' uses this quite a bit in relation to Iroh, as Yugato and Pakku respect Zuko's uncle (based on Zuko's strong loyalty to him) while fearing the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Dragon of the West]], unaware they are one and the same. Yugato also wonders if Iroh would be a good candidate for the [[AncientConspiracy Order of the White Lotus]], of which he is already a member.

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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5942075/1/Reluctant-Hero Reluctant Hero]]'' ''Fanfic/ReluctantHero'' uses this quite a bit in relation to Iroh, as Yugato and Pakku respect Zuko's uncle (based on Zuko's strong loyalty to him) while fearing the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Dragon of the West]], unaware they are one and the same. Yugato also wonders if Iroh would be a good candidate for the [[AncientConspiracy Order of the White Lotus]], of which he is already a member.member.
** When the Avatar's temples are triggered, the Fire Sages think they have to find a baby or toddler as successor to the mantle. The current Avatar is actually sixteen years old and activated the temples because he entered the Avatar State rather than being born.
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