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16th Sep '16 5:56:15 AM AliceMacher
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* In ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'', V kills every Norsefire employee who'd once worked at the concentration camp where he'd been imprisoned. Every employee, that is, except for Lewis Prothero, who as the camp commander had selected him, among other prisoners, to be subjects of medical experimentation. Because said experimentation drove V mad, [[PayEvilUntoEvil he drives Prothero mad]] by kidnapping him, sticking him in a replica of the camp, and cremating his beloved rare doll collection before his eyes.
3rd Jul '16 4:48:20 PM eroock
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-->--'''SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker''', ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke''

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2nd Jun '16 1:10:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* In {{Euripides}}'s tragedy, ''Theatre/{{Bacchae}}'', the [[Myth/ClassicalMythology god Dionysus]] drives his aunts --and many of the women of Thebes-- mad because they dishonored his mother and refused to acknowledge his divinity. The play ends with [[DownerEnding tragic results]].

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* In {{Euripides}}'s Creator/{{Euripides}}'s tragedy, ''Theatre/{{Bacchae}}'', the [[Myth/ClassicalMythology god Dionysus]] drives his aunts --and many of the women of Thebes-- mad because they dishonored his mother and refused to acknowledge his divinity. The play ends with [[DownerEnding tragic results]].
1st Jun '16 4:12:05 AM JamesAustin
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A sister trope to GoMadFromTheRevelation, Driven To Madness represents a deliberate attack upon a character's sanity and mental stability.

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A sister trope to GoMadFromTheRevelation, Driven To to Madness represents a deliberate attack upon a character's sanity and mental stability.
15th Apr '16 5:55:10 AM catmuto
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* ''VideoGame/TheWedding'': Jack begins to become insane and mentally instable, the longer the portal in his basement is open. Lack of sleep was part of the reason why the demons and monsters roaming his house made it easier for him to go insane. His notes also indicate that his wife apparently summoned some extra demons, specifically to terrify him, but [[UnreliableNarrator exactly how accurate that is, given Jack's mental state when writing that part]]...
29th Feb '16 1:15:42 PM AuburnRed
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29th Feb '16 1:14:43 PM AuburnRed
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29th Feb '16 1:14:13 PM AuburnRed
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* In ''[[Fanfic/{{Their Midnight Revels}} Their Midnight Revels]] While Ariel and Miranda state that Edith and Thomas were mentally ill before they arrived and would have gotten worse if they had not arrived the Downton Duo show signs of being driven there also by their involvement with magic.
Both are exhausted from dancing all night and have the urge to continue dancing. They have heightened senses and their brains are overwhelmed by the clairvoyant abilities that they receive. They also have stronger emotions such as rage against their friends and family, and sexuality particularly when Edith attempts to seduce the housemaid, Emily.

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* In ''[[Fanfic/{{Their Midnight Revels}} Their Midnight Revels]] While Ariel and Miranda state that Edith and Thomas were mentally ill before they arrived and would have gotten worse if they had not arrived the Downton Duo show signs of being driven there also by their involvement with magic.
magic.Both are exhausted from dancing all night and have the urge to continue dancing. They have heightened senses and their brains are overwhelmed by the clairvoyant abilities that they receive. They also have stronger emotions such as rage against their friends and family, and sexuality particularly when Edith attempts to seduce the housemaid, Emily.
29th Feb '16 1:13:37 PM AuburnRed
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* In ''[[Fanfic/{{Their Midnight Revels}} Their Midnight Revels]] While Ariel and Miranda state that Edith and Thomas were mentally ill before they arrived and would have gotten worse if they had not arrived the Downton Duo show signs of being driven there also by their involvement with magic.
Both are exhausted from dancing all night and have the urge to continue dancing. They have heightened senses and their brains are overwhelmed by the clairvoyant abilities that they receive. They also have stronger emotions such as rage against their friends and family, and sexuality particularly when Edith attempts to seduce the housemaid, Emily.
1st Jan '16 11:31:41 AM Rbade
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