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8th Jul '16 7:36:11 PM Premonition45
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* In ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum'', Jason Bourne returns to the original Treadstone location, where he was [[TortureMakesYouEvil tortured and brainwashed]] [[spoiler:from David Webb]] into a Treadstone agent.

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* In ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum'', Jason Bourne returns to the original Treadstone location, where he was [[TortureMakesYouEvil [[BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil tortured and brainwashed]] [[spoiler:from David Webb]] into a Treadstone agent.
8th Jul '16 7:35:45 PM Premonition45
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* In ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum'', Jason Bourne returns to the original Treadstone location, where he was [[TortureMakesYouEvil tortured and brainwashed]] [[spoiler:from David Webb]] into a Treadstone agent.


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* Justin Trudeau was born during his father [[UsefulNotes/PierreTrudeau Pierre]]'s time as [[UsefulNotes/CanadianPolitics Prime Minister of Canada]], spending his early childhood living at 24 Sussex Drive in Ottawa, the PM's official residence. So, when he himself became PM in 2015, moving into 24 Sussex was effectively returning to his childhood home.
5th Jun '16 10:27:21 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/{{Ripper}}'' plays this trope by name near the end. The Ripper tells you to open a book in the Virtual Library that you picked up around the start of the game. Up until that point, it served no purpose. However, it's also foreshadowed in that your girlfriend, Catherine, was lured into doing the same thing and ended up in a coma.
--> '''Ripper:''' Return to where you began, the library, the Ripper book! Remove it from the shelf, and...dig in! *evil chuckle*
15th Feb '16 7:52:30 PM Generality
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* ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}'' has you, after going to all the worlds and finding all the pages, go back to [[spoiler:the location you started at, specifically, the dock marker switch so you can retrieve the final page and complete the game.]]

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}'' has this as a recurring theme, related to its use of {{Hub Level}}s. Often you'll encounter something early in the game that you won't fully understand the importance of until the end, when you need to use it.
** The first game
has you, after going to all the worlds and finding all the pages, go back to [[spoiler:the location you started at, specifically, the dock marker switch so you can retrieve the final page and complete the game.]]


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** In ''VideoGame/MystIIIExile'', getting back to the relative safety of Tomahna is the goal of the game.
** ''VideoGame/UruAgesBeyondMyst'' has you collect four totems that represent the pieces of a captive's soul; then you have to go back to where you found them to free the soul. At the end, you are sent back to the first zone in the game, the Cleft, to receive your reward.
** The expansion of ''Uru'', ''The Path of the Shell'', has you exploring new areas in order to highlight sections of a holy text which provide hints that finally allow you to solve the first puzzle you encounter in the expansion.
** ''VideoGame/MystVEndOfAges'' has a HubLevel which is also where you receive the MacGuffin after solving its subordinate levels. There's also a bit of a subversion: Once you get the MacGuffin, you have several choices of what to do with it. One is to bring it to Myst island, which seems appropriate as that's where the series began; however, doing this will result in a bad ending.
11th Feb '16 9:44:04 AM Cinereous
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* In Chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'', while exploring an ancient African ruin, Chris Redfield stumbles upon a long-abandoned dig site with decades-old equipment belonging to the Umbrella Corporation. It turns out this dig site is where the founders of Umbrella discovered the Progenitor Virus, which would be the basis which they derived all their viral research from: specifically, the virus was originally from a rare flower that grew only in the Kijuju area. It was a rite of passage for ancient kings to ingest the flower and survive days of torment: if they did, they were fit to take the throne.
6th Dec '15 3:08:55 PM Yoriyari
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Related to NowDoItAgainBackwards (Wanna destroy something? Then go back to where it was created), BookEnds, and ItWasWithYouAllAlong. Also could be a supertrope to WhereItAllBegan.

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Related to NowDoItAgainBackwards (Wanna destroy something? Then go back to where it was created), BookEnds, {{Bookends}}, and ItWasWithYouAllAlong. Also could be a supertrope to WhereItAllBegan.
25th Nov '15 1:09:41 AM Ulrik54
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** Its sequel ''VideoGame/{{Riven}}'' has a telescope as the first thing you see when entering the world. [[spoiler:After finding the code to open the hatch, you end the game (albeit with many possible endings) by lowering said telescope to crack the glass under said hatch and reopen the star fissure to signal Atrus.]]

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** Its sequel ''VideoGame/{{Riven}}'' has a telescope as the first thing you see when entering the world. [[spoiler:After finding the code to open the hatch, you end the game (albeit ([[MultipleEndings albeit with many possible endings) endings]]) by lowering said telescope to crack the glass under said hatch and reopen the star fissure to signal Atrus.]]
25th Nov '15 1:06:18 AM Ulrik54
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** Its sequel ''VideoGame/{{Riven}}'' has a telescope as the first thing you see when entering the world. [[spoiler:After finding the code to open the hatch, you end the game (albeit with many possible ones) by lowering said telescope to crack the glass under said hatch and reopen the star fissure to signal Atrus.]]

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** Its sequel ''VideoGame/{{Riven}}'' has a telescope as the first thing you see when entering the world. [[spoiler:After finding the code to open the hatch, you end the game (albeit with many possible ones) endings) by lowering said telescope to crack the glass under said hatch and reopen the star fissure to signal Atrus.]]
25th Nov '15 1:05:22 AM Ulrik54
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* ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}'' has you, after going to all the worlds and finding all the pages, go back to [[spoiler:the location you started at, specifically, the dock marker switch so you can retrieve the final page and complete the game.]]
** Its sequel ''VideoGame/{{Riven}}'' has a telescope as the first thing you see when entering the world. [[spoiler:After finding the code to open the hatch, you end the game (albeit with many possible ones) by lowering said telescope to crack the glass under said hatch and reopen the star fissure to signal Atrus.]]
25th May '15 5:35:41 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses: In ''SuburbanKnights'', Malachite's Hand is [[spoiler:hidden in the same place the quest started from]].

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* Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses: In ''SuburbanKnights'', ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'', Malachite's Hand is [[spoiler:hidden in the same place the quest started from]].
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