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29th May '16 4:55:04 AM Doug86
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* Pretty much everyone associated with the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} who has mental powers has an episode like this at least twice.

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* Pretty much everyone associated with the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Comicbook/XMen who has mental powers has an episode like this at least twice.
29th May '16 2:16:20 AM Anddrix
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* Happens a few times in ''Series/MutantX'' with Emma, who although isn't a seer is said to have constant headaches because of it
** Or is she? We never really got to see the full extent of her powers because they [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped a Bridge on Her]]
** It's pretty much how the season two episode "Reawakening" starts

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* Happens a few times in ''Series/MutantX'' with Emma, who although isn't a seer is said to have constant headaches because of it
** Or is she? We never really got to see the full extent of her powers because they [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped a Bridge on Her]]
**
it. %% It's pretty much how the season two episode "Reawakening" startsstarts.
26th May '16 3:44:52 PM eroock
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See HeroicRROD when the hero breaks down due to physical or mental exhaustion.

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See HeroicRROD PostVictoryCollapse when the hero breaks down due to physical or mental exhaustion.
26th May '16 3:43:34 PM eroock
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See HeroicRROD when the hero breaks down due to physical or mental exhaustion.
28th Feb '16 4:20:31 PM DiagorasCinna
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* ''Literature/OneNationUnderJupiter'': The oracle at the Temple of Apollo, who delivers a foreboding prediction to Diagoras before collapsing.
28th Feb '16 5:55:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Niko]] can usually handle whatever she senses through her PsychicPowers. There have been a few occasions where it sucker-punches her, though. The best example was in "New Frontier" where she tries to find Eliza. As she's reaching out to find Eliza's presence, she runs straight into the [[BigBad Queen]]...who is ''much'' more powerful and forcefully ejects her. It causes Niko to briefly black out and fall over the console, freaking Zachary out.

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* [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Niko]] ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers'': Niko can usually handle whatever she senses through her PsychicPowers. There have been a few occasions where it sucker-punches her, though. The best example was in "New Frontier" where she tries to find Eliza. As she's reaching out to find Eliza's presence, she runs straight into the [[BigBad Queen]]...who is ''much'' more powerful and forcefully ejects her. It causes Niko to briefly black out and fall over the console, freaking Zachary out.
28th Feb '16 5:55:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Blackbird}}'', in which Randy has inexplicable premonitions of [[spoiler:Leslie's death]], and the first one leaves him momentarily dizzy and unresponsive.



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* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Blackbird}}'', in which Randy has inexplicable premonitions of [[spoiler:Leslie's death]], and the first one leaves him momentarily dizzy and unresponsive.
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* In an episode of ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', when Felix Faust usurps Hades's place in the underworld, magically-sensitive characters Dr. Fate and Zatanna find themselves in a bad way, laid out on their beds and screaming in pain.

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* In an episode of ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'', when Felix Faust usurps Hades's place in the underworld, magically-sensitive characters Dr. Fate and Zatanna find themselves in a bad way, laid out on their beds and screaming in pain.



* Whenever Cheetara uses her Sixth Sense in ''{{Thundercats}}'', it leaves her drained and weakened.

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* Whenever Cheetara uses her Sixth Sense in ''{{Thundercats}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'', it leaves her drained and weakened.
28th Feb '16 5:53:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* Fiver in ''WesternAnimation/WatershipDown'', especially the animated film version; trapped in the warren, particularly, he swoons and froths at the mouth while panicking over what he thinks (correctly) is certain doom all around them.
** For a given value of "Them". [[spoiler:His ravings give Hazel a [[TheHerald cunning plan]] which results in doom for the attacking Efrafans only]].

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* Fiver in ''WesternAnimation/WatershipDown'', especially the animated film version; trapped in the warren, particularly, he swoons and froths at the mouth while panicking over what he thinks (correctly) is certain doom all around them.
** For a given value of "Them".
them. [[spoiler:His ravings give Hazel a [[TheHerald cunning plan]] which results in doom for the attacking Efrafans only]].
28th Feb '16 5:52:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* Fiver in ''WatershipDown'', especially the animated film version; trapped in the warren, particularly, he swoons and froths at the mouth while panicking over what he thinks (correctly) is certain doom all around them.

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* Fiver in ''WatershipDown'', ''WesternAnimation/WatershipDown'', especially the animated film version; trapped in the warren, particularly, he swoons and froths at the mouth while panicking over what he thinks (correctly) is certain doom all around them.



* ''TheSimpsons Movie'' opens with Grampa having a convulsive fit in church as he gives a dire warning: "Twisted tail! A thousand eyes! Trapped forever! Eepa! EEEEEPAAAA!"

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* ''TheSimpsons Movie'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'' opens with Grampa having a convulsive fit in church as he gives a dire warning: "Twisted tail! A thousand eyes! Trapped forever! Eepa! EEEEEPAAAA!"



* Literary example of the interrupted prophecy type: in the Weis and Hickman ''[[TheDarkswordTrilogy Darksword Chronicles]]'', the protagonist is the subject of an ancient prophecy that states that he will bring about [[TheEndOftheWorldAsWeKnowIt the doom of the world]]. It turns out the prophet died before he could speak the last line, and in the third book the prophet's ghost reveals the last clause -- [[spoiler:"... or its salvation."]]

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* Literary example of the interrupted prophecy type: in the Weis and Hickman ''[[TheDarkswordTrilogy ''[[Literature/TheDarkswordTrilogy Darksword Chronicles]]'', the protagonist is the subject of an ancient prophecy that states that he will bring about [[TheEndOftheWorldAsWeKnowIt the doom of the world]]. It turns out the prophet died before he could speak the last line, and in the third book the prophet's ghost reveals the last clause -- [[spoiler:"... or its salvation."]]



* Hen Wen (a clairvoyant ''pig'') in ''[[PrydainChronicles The High King]]'', including a combination of terrified refusal to pass on her visions, and bizarre, nonsensical prophecies before the oracular sticks shatter and she goes into HeroicBSOD.

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* Hen Wen (a clairvoyant ''pig'') in ''[[PrydainChronicles ''[[Literature/PrydainChronicles The High King]]'', including a combination of terrified refusal to pass on her visions, and bizarre, nonsensical prophecies before the oracular sticks shatter and she goes into HeroicBSOD.



* Zhegorz Fiavrus, from TamoraPierce's ''[[Literature/CircleOfMagic Cold Fire]]'' and ''[[Literature/CircleOfMagic The Will of the Empress]]'', can't see the future, but can see distant images on the wind. This has slowly driven him mad, and he gets very agitated when he sees anything important: "Game pieces, game pieces! See the pretty game pieces, the ladies and the mages, two in one, a nice long game of capture the pieces!"

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* Zhegorz Fiavrus, from TamoraPierce's Creator/TamoraPierce's ''[[Literature/CircleOfMagic Cold Fire]]'' and ''[[Literature/CircleOfMagic The Will of the Empress]]'', can't see the future, but can see distant images on the wind. This has slowly driven him mad, and he gets very agitated when he sees anything important: "Game pieces, game pieces! See the pretty game pieces, the ladies and the mages, two in one, a nice long game of capture the pieces!"
24th Feb '16 10:42:25 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Blackbird}}'', in which Randy has inexplicable premonitions of [[spoiler:Leslie's death]], and the first one leaves him momentarily dizzy and unresponsive.



* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Blackbird}}'', in which Randy has inexplicable premonitions of [[spoiler:Leslie's death]], and the first one leaves him momentarily dizzy and unresponsive.

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* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Blackbird}}'', in which Randy has inexplicable premonitions of [[spoiler:Leslie's death]], and the first one leaves him momentarily dizzy and unresponsive.
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