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15th Jan '17 12:28:11 PM eroock
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12th Jan '17 8:34:17 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''Disney/{{Moana}}'', after [[CosmicKeystone the Heart of]] [[MotherNature Te Fiti]] was stolen by [[TricksterGod Maui]], she turned into the [[MadGod raging]] [[MagmaMan lava giant]] Te Ka, making the seas turbulent and causing life on the islands to begin dying off. The title character's quest to return the Heart is jumpstarted when the blight reaches her home island of Motu Nui.

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* In ''Disney/{{Moana}}'', after [[TricksterGod Maui]] stole [[CosmicKeystone the Heart of]] [[MotherNature Te Fiti]] was stolen by [[TricksterGod Maui]], Fiti]], she turned into the [[MadGod raging]] [[MagmaMan lava giant]] Te Ka, making the seas turbulent and causing life on the islands to begin dying off. The title character's quest to return the Heart is jumpstarted when the blight reaches her home island of Motu Nui.
12th Jan '17 8:31:30 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''Disney/{{Moana}}'', after [[CosmicKeystone the Heart of]] [[MotherNature Te Fiti]] was stolen by [[TricksterGod Maui]], she turned into the [[MadGod raging]] [[MagmaMan lava giant]] Te Ka, making the seas turbulent and causing life on the islands to begin dying off. The title character's quest to return the Heart is jumpstarted when the blight reaches her home island of Motu Nui.
3rd Jan '17 4:08:20 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Me-Me-Nopoly", Mr. Cat [[MakesSenseInContext becomes the king of Smileyland]], and the sky [[RedSkyTakeWarning turns red]].
29th Dec '16 11:07:31 AM nombretomado
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* DavidLynch's FilmOfTheBook ''Film/{{Dune}}'' ends with Paul Atreides taking up his rightful place as the Kwisatz Haderach, at which point Arrakis, a planet defined by its absurd dearth of water, is consumed by a torrential downpour of rain. Subtle. In the book, it took years of {{terraform}}ing. [[note]]From what we know, rain would also kill the sandworms, to whom water is toxic. The consequences of the deluge to vital spice production are not covered in the movie: the rain is presented as a Good Thing.[[/note]]

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* DavidLynch's Creator/DavidLynch's FilmOfTheBook ''Film/{{Dune}}'' ends with Paul Atreides taking up his rightful place as the Kwisatz Haderach, at which point Arrakis, a planet defined by its absurd dearth of water, is consumed by a torrential downpour of rain. Subtle. In the book, it took years of {{terraform}}ing. [[note]]From what we know, rain would also kill the sandworms, to whom water is toxic. The consequences of the deluge to vital spice production are not covered in the movie: the rain is presented as a Good Thing.[[/note]]
17th Dec '16 6:21:04 PM darkknight109
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** ''TabletopGame/{{Birthright}}'' is all about this trope. The players play a regent and his court (or multiple regents) who literally has the blood of gods in their veins and the state of their kingdom is tied heavily to the nature of its ruler. When the king is well, the kingdom is well; if the king turns evil, the citizens will start to turn distrustful of one another and crime and corruption will grow rampant; if the king grows ill or dies, disease and famine will wrack the land.
6th Dec '16 8:27:39 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* J.M. Barrie's ''PeterPan'' works this way. Neverland awakes when Peter returns. When he becomes angry, the land is covered in storms. When he's happy, it's sunny and summer. [[Film/PeterPan The 2003 movie version]] uses this trope abundantly; Hook and the pirates assume that because it's snowing and a raging storm has suddenly appeared, Peter has to be dead ([[spoiler: He's not, he's grieving for Tinkerbell's HeroicSacrifice]]). When the storm suddenly becomes a shining summer day ([[spoiler:When Tinkerbell returns to life]]), Hook immediately realizes that [[GenreSavvy it means Peter's still alive]].

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* J.M. Barrie's ''PeterPan'' works this way. Neverland awakes when Peter returns. When he becomes angry, the land is covered in storms. When he's happy, it's sunny and summer. [[Film/PeterPan The 2003 movie version]] uses this trope abundantly; Hook and the pirates assume that because it's snowing and a raging storm has suddenly appeared, Peter has to be dead ([[spoiler: He's not, he's grieving for Tinkerbell's HeroicSacrifice]]). When the storm suddenly becomes a shining summer day ([[spoiler:When Tinkerbell returns to life]]), Hook immediately realizes that [[GenreSavvy it means Peter's still alive]].alive.



* Chinese emperors believed themselves to be responsible for the well-being of the land in varying degrees ("The Mandate of Heaven," which even modern communists try not to upset too much- ever see a government official slack off when a Chinese natural disaster strikes?), and thus instituted a number of rituals in which they'd attempt to appease the heavens; some of them apparently have been heard to directly appeal to the gods to [[TakeMeInstead punish them instead]] during natural disasters. People who worked for the emperor were often GenreSavvy about this, sending memorials to the Imperial palace about bad omens like solar eclipses in various places (which have been calculated by modern scientists to be impossible at that time and place) simply to politely tell the Emperor that his policies were unpopular in (X) Province.

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* Chinese emperors believed themselves to be responsible for the well-being of the land in varying degrees ("The Mandate of Heaven," which even modern communists try not to upset too much- ever see a government official slack off when a Chinese natural disaster strikes?), and thus instituted a number of rituals in which they'd attempt to appease the heavens; some of them apparently have been heard to directly appeal to the gods to [[TakeMeInstead punish them instead]] during natural disasters. People who worked for the emperor were often GenreSavvy savvy about this, sending memorials to the Imperial palace about bad omens like solar eclipses in various places (which have been calculated by modern scientists to be impossible at that time and place) simply to politely tell the Emperor that his policies were unpopular in (X) Province.
4th Dec '16 10:54:35 PM Nazetrime
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* In ''WebComic/StansStillStaySilent'', the mage safe spaces are influenced by their mage's mood or will:

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* In ''WebComic/StansStillStaySilent'', ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'', the mage safe spaces are influenced by their mage's mood or will:
4th Dec '16 11:13:43 AM Nazetrime
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* In ''WebComic/StansStillStaySilent'', the mage safe spaces are influenced by their mage's mood or will:
** Lalli makes a moving tree grow out of nowhere when he kicks Reynir out of his space.
** A storm starts in Onni's when he spots Reynir in his own space. It calms down when Reynir recognizes him from Tuuri's family photo.
** The sheep in Reynir's space are seen fleeing in panic when he is protecting himself from the ghosts.
** [[spoiler:While her nature is unclear, "Pastor A" has her church briefly change from its Old World beauty to the impromptu Rash hospital it had become near the end as she tries to remember its physical location]].
27th Nov '16 5:45:25 PM nombretomado
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* Done in a [[TheDaVinciCode Da-Vinci code]] spoof episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Maggie, who was revealed to be a special child who would usher in true peace, is put on a chair that would fulfill her fate, people stop fighting, flowers bloom, all and all good stuff happens...unfortunately, Marge would rather have her daughter than world peace, and Homer leaves the nuns with Bart, who causes the [[strike:rapture]] ''tribulation'' when he sits on the throne.

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* Done in a [[TheDaVinciCode Da-Vinci code]] ''[[Literature/TheDaVinciCode Da Vinci Code]]'' spoof episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Maggie, who was revealed to be a special child who would usher in true peace, is put on a chair that would fulfill her fate, people stop fighting, flowers bloom, all and all good stuff happens...unfortunately, Marge would rather have her daughter than world peace, and Homer leaves the nuns with Bart, who causes the [[strike:rapture]] ''tribulation'' when he sits on the throne.
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