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24th Apr '18 6:30:48 PM Andyroid
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* During ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga, this is Mastermind's fate when Jean Grey realizes she was manipulating him to get her to join the Hellfire Club. She uses her psychic powers to give him awareness of the ''entire'' universe, leaving him a catatonic wreck.
21st Apr '18 10:18:35 AM john_e
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* In FredHoyle's ''The Black Cloud'', one of the astronomers goes insane from The Cloud uploading its knowledge upon him.

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* In FredHoyle's ''The Black Cloud'', one two of the astronomers goes go insane from The attempting to have the Cloud uploading download its knowledge upon him.into them. Something similar seems to happen to the Cloud's species as well -- from time to time, members of its species report that they've discovered a valuable piece of knowledge, and shortly afterwards self-destruct.
19th Apr '18 1:45:45 PM kyojikasshu
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* ''ComicBook/AlphaFlight'': Dr. Lionel Jeffries started out as a doctor with HealingHands who could cure nearly any wound, and used his powers as a military doctor. But when he attempted to put [[AnArmAndALeg dead, dismembered soldiers]] back together and failed to revive any of them, he went insane and started using his powers to inflict {{Body Horror}}s on anyone and everyone within arm's reach, calling himself Scramble the Mixed-Up Man. It was up to his brother Madison, a {{technopath}}, to use ''his'' powers to trap Scramble in a containment suit and have him committed. Madison later gets Scramble to use his powers on his own brain, [[HealThyself apparently curing him]], but Lionel relapses when his attempt to use a cadaver's legs to restore those of a double amputee fails, and Madison is forced to kill him in order to save the rest of Alpha Flight.
2nd Apr '18 6:43:18 AM iroanxi
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* In ''Fanfic/RobbReturns'', finding out that the Old Gods not only exist but are powerful enough to [[spoiler:curse him with blindness]] is enough to make [[spoiler:Blackfoot]] crack.
1st Apr '18 5:05:23 PM Tropetastic1995
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* Occurs in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' [[IntercontinuityCrossover crossover]] with ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. When Sam and Dean reveal to Mystery Incorporated that monsters exist and the ghost trying to kill them was real, they immediately have nervous breakdowns and don't fully snap out of it until Sam & Dean trick them into thinking the ghost was fake [[StatusQuoIsGod to restore status quo]].

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* Occurs in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' [[IntercontinuityCrossover crossover]] with ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. When Sam and Dean reveal to Mystery Incorporated that monsters exist and the ghost trying to kill them was real, they immediately have nervous breakdowns and don't fully snap out of it until Sam & Dean trick them into thinking the ghost was fake [[StatusQuoIsGod to restore status quo]]. [[labelnote: Note]]It's worth noting that some later incarnations of the Scooby gang have dealt with real monsters, this episode is explicitly set within an early episode of the original series, featuring the campy, carefree gang.[[/labelnote]]
1st Apr '18 2:01:31 AM Seraph
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'', Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart went insane after a visit to Equestria. The existence of a world where intelligent multicolored ponies are PaintingTheFrostOnWindows is apparently too much for the human mind.
31st Mar '18 11:17:08 PM Onlythrice
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* In ''WesternAnimation/RickandMorty'', much of "Morty's Mind-Blowers" can be described as this. However, it is most pronounced when Morty experiences "true level."

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* In ''WesternAnimation/RickandMorty'', ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'', much of "Morty's Mind-Blowers" can be described as this. However, it is most pronounced when Morty experiences "true level."


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* Occurs in the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' [[IntercontinuityCrossover crossover]] with ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. When Sam and Dean reveal to Mystery Incorporated that monsters exist and the ghost trying to kill them was real, they immediately have nervous breakdowns and don't fully snap out of it until Sam & Dean trick them into thinking the ghost was fake [[StatusQuoIsGod to restore status quo]].
10th Mar '18 6:48:58 PM CountDorku
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* In ''VideoGame/CultistSimulator'', you can succumb to this by falling victim to the Glory ending, based on accumulating Fascination, and Lantern minions can be reduced to gibbering husks by a failure when channelling.
7th Mar '18 10:26:15 PM darksoul4242
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* In ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' Soujiro goes temporarily insane when he realizes that he did regret killing people despite clinging to the words of his EvilMentor: -> If you're strong you live. If you're weak. you die. It doesn't help that the people he regretted killing were his AbusiveParents or that he'd been a StepfordSmiler so long that every other emotion was completely suppressed until then. To top it all off it was Kenshin's words that caused this. It eventually leads to Soujiro's VillainousBSOD.

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* In ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' Soujiro goes temporarily insane when he realizes that he did regret killing people despite clinging to the words of his EvilMentor: -> If "If you're strong you live. If you're weak. weak, you die. die." It doesn't help that the people he regretted killing were his AbusiveParents or that he'd been a StepfordSmiler so long that every other emotion was completely suppressed until then. To top it all off it was Kenshin's words that caused this. It eventually leads to Soujiro's VillainousBSOD.
7th Mar '18 10:22:35 PM darksoul4242
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** Issac [=McDougal=], a.k.a. The Freezing Alchemist, from Episode 1 of ''Brotherhood'' went totally off his rocker when [[spoiler:he uncovered the country-wide transmutation circle conspiracy]], and decided to remedy the problem by attempting to reduce Central to a frozen pile of rubble.

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** Issac Isaac [=McDougal=], a.k.a. The Freezing Alchemist, from Episode 1 of ''Brotherhood'' went totally off his rocker when [[spoiler:he uncovered the country-wide transmutation circle conspiracy]], and decided to remedy the problem by attempting to reduce Central to a frozen pile of rubble.
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