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26th Apr '16 10:05:39 AM intastiel
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* The lands (and skies) under your control in ''VideoGame/BlackAndWhite'' and ''VideoGame/{{Overlord}}'' change to reflect your alignment.

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* The lands (and skies) under your control in the ''VideoGame/BlackAndWhite'' and ''VideoGame/{{Overlord}}'' [[AGodIsYou god games]] change to reflect your alignment.alignment. More pronounced in the sequel, where Good cities are teeming with wildflowers, butterflies, and pristine marble architecture; whereas Evil cities are surrounded by shadowy volcanic plains and haunted by the [[LovesTheSoundOfScreaming lamentations]] of the miserable peasants.
9th Apr '16 10:27:44 AM canIusethishandle
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* The wellbeing and sanity of the soldiers and citizens of each Land in ''VideoGame/Drakengard3'' are tied to whether the ruling Intoner is around or not. When events cause each Intoner to no longer be present to rule, [[SanitySlippage well...]]
17th Mar '16 12:27:17 PM HiddenWindshield
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* Agrabah in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' reflected the alignment of the ruler. The good sultan made it a sunny place of wonder, Jafar a dark and dreary land. In the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen original treatment]], Jafar's first wish was not only to be sultan, but to ''always'' have been sultan. This would cause a wave of magic to spread out over the kingdom, retroactively changing it to a gloomy and poverty-stricken place (with Aladdin spared because the Carpet protected him by wrapping him up).

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* Agrabah in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' reflected the alignment of the ruler. The good sultan made it a sunny place of wonder, Jafar a dark and dreary land. In the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen original treatment]], Jafar's first wish was not only to be sultan, but to ''always'' have been sultan. This would cause a wave of magic to spread out over the kingdom, [[CosmicRetcon retroactively changing it to a gloomy and poverty-stricken place place]] (with Aladdin spared because the Carpet protected him by wrapping him up).
17th Mar '16 10:10:52 AM Peridonyx
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17th Mar '16 10:10:33 AM Peridonyx
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* In the {{Smart Mark}}s' eyes, Wrestling/VinceMcMahon is a meta example over Wrestling/{{WWE}}. When he's feeling passionate and pragmatic enough, you get a highly esteemed environment such as those of the Attitude and Ruthless Aggression Eras. But when he's feeling complacent and paranoid beyond all reason, you get a widely panned environment such as that of the PG Era.
14th Mar '16 2:26:00 PM DrFraud
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* While nothing happens to the actual ''kingdom'' in ''Star Stealing Prince'', the introduction does state that the title royal's emotions directly influence those of his subjects - therefore, if he's happy/sad/etc. then they are too.
14th Mar '16 2:21:25 AM PaulA
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** The villain of ''Last Call'' is a gangster who established himself as Fisher King for the American West - based in Las Vegas, naturally - and uses BlackMagic to steal bodies to become immortal; the heroes refer to him as '[[Myth/ClassicalMythology Saturn]]'. Notably, the novel contains many references to ''The Waste Land'', and it's established that the last Fisher King before the villain was Bugsy Siegel.

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** The villain of ''Last Call'' ''Literature/LastCall'' is a gangster who established himself as Fisher King for the American West - based in Las Vegas, naturally - and uses BlackMagic to steal bodies to become immortal; the heroes refer to him as '[[Myth/ClassicalMythology Saturn]]'. Notably, the novel contains many references to ''The Waste Land'', and it's established that the last Fisher King before the villain was Bugsy Siegel.
29th Feb '16 10:35:06 AM akanesarumara
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* Some ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' fan works tend to show the Nations as this: if something's wrong with ''them'', the effects trickle down to ''everything'' in their respective countries.

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* Some ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' fan works tend to show the Nations as this: if something's wrong with ''them'', the effects trickle down to ''everything'' in their respective countries. Usually (both in canon and in fanworks), it's portrayed the other way around, however.
2nd Feb '16 10:21:35 AM Peridonyx
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** King Sombra's powers turned the Crystal Empire into a {{Mordor}}-like land of jagged black rocks.

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** King Sombra's powers turned the Crystal Empire into a {{Mordor}}-like land of jagged black rocks.rocks, and it was said that the rest of Equestria would've eventually followed suit if he hadn't been stopped (which was ultimately demonstrated by one of the {{Bad Future}}s during the Season 5 finale).
23rd Jan '16 6:30:29 PM nombretomado
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* Though not always the official ruler of anything, Marvel's {{Storm}} has this effect; her mutant weather-control powers tend to cause local weather to change to reflect her mood (in X-2, Xavier knows she's upset because the weather is overcast). In her past, this caused villagers to worship her as a goddess; unlike a true Fisher Queen, the power is not dependent on her location, though it could be interpreted as being linked to the Earth itself.

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* Though not always the official ruler of anything, Marvel's {{Storm}} ComicBook/{{Storm}} has this effect; her mutant weather-control powers tend to cause local weather to change to reflect her mood (in X-2, Xavier knows she's upset because the weather is overcast). In her past, this caused villagers to worship her as a goddess; unlike a true Fisher Queen, the power is not dependent on her location, though it could be interpreted as being linked to the Earth itself.
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