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23rd Nov '17 3:34:24 AM Nadim
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* In the threequal of ''Film/{{Night At The Musuem}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.

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* In the threequal of ''Film/{{Night At The Musuem}}'', Museum}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.
22nd Nov '17 10:26:49 PM Nadim
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* In ''Film/{{Night At The Musuem Secret of the Tomb}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.

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* In the threequal of ''Film/{{Night At The Musuem Secret of the Tomb}}'', Musuem}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.
22nd Nov '17 10:24:47 PM Nadim
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* In threequel of ''Film/{{Night at the Musuem}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.

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* In threequel of ''Film/{{Night at At The Musuem Secret of the Musuem}}'', Tomb}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.
22nd Nov '17 10:22:37 PM Nadim
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* In ''Film/{{Night at the Musuem Secret of the Tomb}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.

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* In threequel of ''Film/{{Night at the Musuem Secret of the Tomb}}'', Musuem}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.
22nd Nov '17 10:20:48 PM Nadim
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* In ''Film/{{Night at the Musuem}}3'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.

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* In ''Film/{{Night at the Musuem}}3'', Musuem Secret of the Tomb}}'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.
22nd Nov '17 10:18:58 PM Nadim
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22nd Nov '17 10:18:50 PM Nadim
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* In ''Film/{{Night at the Musuem}}3'', it is revealed that Larry not only forgave the three villains of the first film but he also ensure their early release.
16th Nov '17 7:36:44 PM Loekman3
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* Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ended up getting forgiven rather easily by Anna and especially the townspeople as a whole. For the former, Anna has been straight-up abandoned by her older sister for 13 years without any explanation as to why, not even being comforted when their parents passed away. Even in the present time, when Anna tries to approach Elsa after accidentally freezing an entire kingdom, her response is to accidentally curse Anna's heart and summons Marshmallow to kick her and Kristoff out of her Ice Castle. And yet in spite of all this, Anna never hold anything against her, blaming herself more than anything and when she saw Elsa about to die, she doesn't hesitate to sacrifice her life to save Elsa. Indeed, the latter is actually surprised as to how her younger sister would sacrifice everything for her in spite of what she had done. To a greater extent this also applies to the populace in Arendelle as a whole where despite the fact that she abandoned her kingdom and plunge the world into an EndlessWinter for 3 days that could surely cause some casualties, none of townspeople showed some kind of grudge against her and actually welcome their queen with open arms.

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* Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' ended up getting forgiven rather easily by Anna and especially the townspeople as a whole. For the former, Anna has been straight-up abandoned by her older sister for 13 years without any explanation as to why, not even being comforted when their parents passed away. Even in the present time, when Anna tries to approach Elsa after accidentally freezing an entire kingdom, her response is to accidentally curse Anna's heart and summons Marshmallow to kick her and Kristoff out of her Ice Castle. And yet in spite of all this, Anna never hold anything against her, blaming herself more than anything and when she saw Elsa about to die, she doesn't hesitate to sacrifice her life to save Elsa. Indeed, the latter is actually surprised as to how her younger sister would sacrifice everything for her and welcome her with open arms in spite of what she had done.done that would make most other siblings angry, bitter and resentful. To a greater extent this also applies to the populace in Arendelle as a whole where despite the fact that she abandoned her kingdom and plunge the world into an EndlessWinter for 3 days that could surely cause some casualties, none of townspeople showed some kind of grudge against her and actually welcome their queen with open arms.
14th Nov '17 1:08:34 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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KarmaHoudini occurs when the offending character is forgiven without as much as "a sorry" or any sort of punishment. See ForgivenButNotForgotten, where the hero is willing to forgive, but ''not'' if it happens a second time. For when granting forgiveness ''is'' the punishment (with the assumption that the offender will make amends), see GoAndSinNoMore. Contrast ReformedButRejected, where a villain ''does'' want to be forgiven and works for it, but doesn't get accepted. EasilyCondemned and MinorFlawMajorBreakup are the opposite tropes, and InsaneForgiveness is the {{exaggerated|Trope}} version of the trope.

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KarmaHoudini occurs when the offending character is forgiven without as much as "a sorry" or any sort of punishment. See ForgivenButNotForgotten, where the hero is willing to forgive, but ''not'' if it happens a second time. For when granting forgiveness ''is'' the punishment (with the assumption that the offender will make amends), see GoAndSinNoMore. Contrast ReformedButRejected, where a villain ''does'' want to be forgiven and works for it, but doesn't get accepted. EasilyCondemned and MinorFlawMajorBreakup are the opposite tropes, and InsaneForgiveness is the {{exaggerated|Trope}} version of the trope.tropes.



* [[spoiler:Naja]] from ''VideoGame/SandsOfDestruction'' requests forgiveness for [[spoiler:killing Kyrie]] and to join the team; he is allowed to do so and only [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong Agan]] is even slightly suspicious of him (despite forgiveness not being her first instinct, Morte decides to [[WhatWouldXDo do what Kyrie would do]] and forgive him). The only thing that keeps it from being InsaneForgiveness is that Kyrie [[spoiler:asked him to kill him to save the world]].

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* [[spoiler:Naja]] from ''VideoGame/SandsOfDestruction'' requests forgiveness for [[spoiler:killing Kyrie]] and to join the team; he is allowed to do so and only [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong Agan]] is even slightly suspicious of him (despite forgiveness not being her first instinct, Morte decides to [[WhatWouldXDo do what Kyrie would do]] and forgive him). The only thing that keeps it from being InsaneForgiveness is that Kyrie [[spoiler:asked him to kill him to save the world]].
12th Nov '17 8:06:07 PM JJHIL325
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* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman''. The series never fails to remind its audience that no matter how sorry you are for whatever heinous act you've committed, [[RealityEnsues it always takes a LOT more than an apology to earn forgiveness]]. Also, [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop sometimes forgiveness never happens]] because the person you're apologizing to has every right to [[RejectedApology reject your apology]]. For example, Herb (who's dying from rectal cancer) refuses to forgive [=BoJack=] for not standing up for him when the former [[DeliberateValuesDissonance was outed as gay and subsequently blacklisted during the 1990s]], partially because Bojack abandoned him when he needed him the most, and partially because he knows Bojack is mostly trying to make himself feel better instead of being genuinely remorseful.



* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman''. The series never fails to remind its audience that no matter how sorry you are for whatever heinous act you've committed, [[RealityEnsues it always takes a LOT more than an apology to earn forgiveness]]. And [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop sometimes forgiveness never comes]] (Such as [[spoiler: Herb refusing to forgive [=BoJack=] for not standing up for him when the former [[DeliberateValuesDissonance was outed as gay and subsequently blacklisted during the 1990s]]]].
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