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16th Jul '17 6:38:49 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* In the "[[Creator/CordwainerSmith Instrumentality Of Mankind]]" stories and novels, the source of both the citizens of the Instrumentality, and the vast wealth of Norstrilla, is the Santaclara drug (called 'stroon' in it's raw form), which comes from their diseased, massively oversized sheep.

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* In the "[[Creator/CordwainerSmith Instrumentality Of Mankind]]" stories and novels, the source of both the longevity of the citizens of the Instrumentality, and the vast wealth of Norstrilla, is the Santaclara drug (called 'stroon' in it's its raw form), which comes from their diseased, massively oversized sheep.
16th Jul '17 6:38:06 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* In the "[[Creator/CordwainerSmith Instrumentality Of Mankind]]" stories and novels, the source of both the citizens of the Instrumentality, and the vast wealth of Norstrilla, is the Santaclara drug (called 'stroon' in it's raw form), which comes from their diseased, massively oversized sheep.
15th Jul '17 2:12:31 PM HeroGal2347
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E15SweetDuckOfYouth Sweet Duck of Youth]]," Scrooge looks for the literal Fountain of Youth so that he can live longer. It turned out that the fountain only made a person ''look'' younger when reflected in its waters.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' episode "[[Recap/DuckTalesS1E15SweetDuckOfYouth Sweet Duck of Youth]]," Scrooge looks for the literal Fountain of Youth so that he can live longer. It turned out that the fountain only made a person ''look'' younger when reflected in its waters.
3rd Jul '17 12:15:24 PM totoofze47
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* In the early chapters of ''Chronos Ruler'', a teacher in her forties wished to one of the Horologues to get her youth back, and by the start of the series looks like a young woman. Too bad for her, she ends up becoming ''too'' young the next day; after she turned into a child, she tried to approach the Horologue in question to ger her time back, only for the Horologue to quickly suck out the ''rest'' of it, regressing her out of existence. This serves as a dire introduction to those demons' true nature.



* ''Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOdyssey'' follows the story of Eiji, an anthropomorphic dog who travels across time to find his ex-owner, Nobita, but the unstable time tunnel causes him to warp into another place and ended up being turned back into an infant. This also happens later with Gian and Suneo, but only temporarily.

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* ''Franchise/Doraemon'':
** This is one of the Time Cloth's main functions; one of its sides makes everything and everyone who gets wrapped in it younger. Gian ends up briefly turning into a baby because of it in its first appearance. In a later episode of the second anime, Nobita's mom is temporarily turned back into a child around her son's age, taking advantage of it to try and find a secret he's been hiding from her.
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''Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOdyssey'' follows the story of Eiji, an anthropomorphic dog who travels across time to find his ex-owner, Nobita, but the unstable time tunnel causes him to warp into another place and ended up being turned back into an infant. This also happens later with Gian and Suneo, but only temporarily.



** In ''[[VideoGame/KingsQuestIIRomancingTheThrone King's Quest II +: Romancing the Stones]]'' you will stumble upon a youth potion. If you drink it, you will turn into a baby and it will be game over. At the end if you give it to the villain she will become a young woman again (good or bad depends on what you do).

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** In ''[[VideoGame/KingsQuestIIRomancingTheThrone King's Quest II +: Romancing the Stones]]'' you will stumble upon a youth potion. If you drink it, you will turn into a baby and it will be game over. At the end if you give it to the villain she will become a young woman again (good or bad depends on what you do). Trying to use it on Possum or Valanice yields unique sentences, but no penalty.
1st Jul '17 4:19:52 AM jormis29
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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'s NonSerialMovie: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey'' follows the story of Eiji, an anthropomorphic dog who travels across time to find his ex-owner, Nobita, but the unstable time tunnel causes him to warp into another place and ended up being turned back into an infant. This also happens later with Gian and Suneo, but only temporarily.

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'s NonSerialMovie: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey'' ''Anime/DoraemonNobitaInTheWanNyanSpacetimeOdyssey'' follows the story of Eiji, an anthropomorphic dog who travels across time to find his ex-owner, Nobita, but the unstable time tunnel causes him to warp into another place and ended up being turned back into an infant. This also happens later with Gian and Suneo, but only temporarily.
20th Jun '17 3:45:21 PM WillKeaton
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' abridge series ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsForAdults'' like in canon, Luna is reduced to taking the form of a child, after the Elements cleanse her of evil in the pilot.. Unlike canon, she is also left with ''[[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesia]]'' and instead of being back to her adult form in her next appearance, she seems to be stuck like this and Celestia is left to take care of her now juvenile sister.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' abridge series ''WebVideo/FriendshipIsForAdults'' like in canon, Luna is reduced to taking the form of a child, after the Elements cleanse her of evil in the pilot..pilot. Unlike canon, she is also left with ''[[LaserGuidedAmnesia amnesia]]'' and instead of being back to her adult form in her next appearance, she seems to be stuck like this and Celestia is left to take care of her now juvenile sister.
20th Jun '17 3:44:10 PM WillKeaton
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* Wiki/{{SCP|Foundation}}-[[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-006 006]].

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* Wiki/{{SCP|Foundation}}-[[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-006 006]].006.]]
11th Jun '17 2:28:35 PM WillKeaton
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* Happens a few times in WesternAnimation/TheSuperheroSquadShow all due to messing around with time manipulation;

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* Happens a few times in WesternAnimation/TheSuperheroSquadShow ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperheroSquadShow'' all due to messing around with time manipulation;manipulation.
10th Jun '17 2:34:53 PM nombretomado
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* In a "Gnuff" story in the UsefulNotes/{{Furry|Fandom}} series ''Critters'', the main characters are stranded on an island divided by a steep mountain range where one side has water that makes you younger and the other has potatoes that make older. So, if you're living off the land on that island, you need to balance these foodstuffs to maintain your true age. Unfortunately, the one pass through the mountain range gets blocked and the characters on both sides realize that they are in terrible danger of eventually overbalancing on one of the materials and dying or disappearing as a result unless they can each get to the other side. [[note]]This story, done by Danish writer/artist Freddy Milton, has a long and strange background, and has no less than four versions going around with wildly different main characters. It was originally made as a WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck story, but wasn't found worthy for publication, so Milton -- who had the right to the story but not the characters -- redrew it with his own CaptainErsatz characters who were geese instead of ducks. Later still, when drawing comics for the Scandinavian WoodyWoodpecker magazine, he redid and expanded the story with Woody and his niece and nephew Knothead and Splinter taking the roles of Donald and the boys. Finally, he redrew the story ''again'' as a "Gnuff" story, and this was the version that was published in ''Critters.'' You can find both the Donald Duck version ("The Big Sneeze") and the Gnuff version ("Gargantua's Cure") of the story in the "English Stuff" section of [[http://www.freddymilton.dk/ Milton's official homepage.[[/note]]

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* In a "Gnuff" story in the UsefulNotes/{{Furry|Fandom}} series ''Critters'', the main characters are stranded on an island divided by a steep mountain range where one side has water that makes you younger and the other has potatoes that make older. So, if you're living off the land on that island, you need to balance these foodstuffs to maintain your true age. Unfortunately, the one pass through the mountain range gets blocked and the characters on both sides realize that they are in terrible danger of eventually overbalancing on one of the materials and dying or disappearing as a result unless they can each get to the other side. [[note]]This story, done by Danish writer/artist Freddy Milton, has a long and strange background, and has no less than four versions going around with wildly different main characters. It was originally made as a WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck story, but wasn't found worthy for publication, so Milton -- who had the right to the story but not the characters -- redrew it with his own CaptainErsatz characters who were geese instead of ducks. Later still, when drawing comics for the Scandinavian WoodyWoodpecker WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker magazine, he redid and expanded the story with Woody and his niece and nephew Knothead and Splinter taking the roles of Donald and the boys. Finally, he redrew the story ''again'' as a "Gnuff" story, and this was the version that was published in ''Critters.'' You can find both the Donald Duck version ("The Big Sneeze") and the Gnuff version ("Gargantua's Cure") of the story in the "English Stuff" section of [[http://www.freddymilton.dk/ Milton's official homepage.[[/note]]
31st May '17 2:13:14 AM RxF
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* Duncan/The Annihilator from ''Webcomic/TheYoungProtectors'' literally becomes a youth [[spoiler:for his end of the deal desiring youth with Laampros.]]
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