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28th Apr '17 10:47:00 AM NVPOWER
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** Another story called "The Strange Awakening of Lazy Smurf", which is actually an adaptation of the cartoon show episode "Smurf Van Winkle", where Lazy is led by his fellow smurfs to believe he has been asleep for a few hundred years and that his friends have aged while Lazy somehow stays the same physical age ([[WhatAnIdiot He didn't think to check himself in a mirror to see if he had aged as well]]). It's actually a huge FakedRipWanWinkle masquerade by the other smurfs. It's basically done to teach him a lesson about not being lazy all the time. However, what the other smurfs didn't know, is that the prank would lead to...unforeseen consequences. In the cartoon, the "gone horribly right" part comes in after Lazy, who actually IS convinced that hundreds of years have passed while he took a nap, tries to make things go "back to normal" by giving the other smurfs a rejuvenating potion, wich turns them all into children smurfs. In the comic, however, Lazy figures out that he's being pranked much sooner. He gets revenge on the other smurfs by making them believe that they drank a rejuvenation potion and that they will all de-age pretty soon. The "gone horribly right" part comes in when the others smurfs actually do believe that Lazy is telling the truth, wich leads them to go to Gargamel's house to search for a potion that will make them age a few centuries to negate the effects of the supposed rejuvenation potion. They nearly succeed.

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** Another story called "The Strange Awakening of Lazy Smurf", which is actually an adaptation of the cartoon show episode "Smurf Van Winkle", where Lazy is led by his fellow smurfs to believe he has been asleep for a few hundred years and that his friends have aged while Lazy somehow stays the same physical age ([[WhatAnIdiot He didn't think to check himself in a mirror to see if he had aged as well]]). It's actually a huge FakedRipWanWinkle FakedRipVanWinkle masquerade by the other smurfs. It's basically done to teach him a lesson about not being lazy all the time. However, what the other smurfs didn't know, is that the prank would lead to...unforeseen consequences. In the cartoon, the "gone horribly right" part comes in after Lazy, who actually IS convinced that hundreds of years have passed while he took a nap, tries to make things go "back to normal" by giving the other smurfs a rejuvenating potion, wich turns them all into children smurfs. In the comic, however, Lazy figures out that he's being pranked much sooner. He gets revenge on the other smurfs by making them believe that they drank a rejuvenation potion and that they will all de-age pretty soon. The "gone horribly right" part comes in when the others smurfs actually do believe that Lazy is telling the truth, wich leads them to go to Gargamel's house to search for a potion that will make them age a few centuries to negate the effects of the supposed rejuvenation potion. They nearly succeed.
28th Apr '17 10:45:36 AM NVPOWER
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** Another story called "The Strange Awakening of Lazy Smurf", which is actually an adaptation of the cartoon show episode "Smurf Van Winkle", where Lazy is led by his fellow smurfs to believe he has been asleep for a few hundred years and that his friends have aged while Lazy somehow stays the same physical age ([[WhatAnIdiot He didn't think to check himself in a mirror to see if he had aged as well]]). It's actually a huge FakedRipWanWinkle masquerade by the other smurfs. It's basically done to teach him a lesson about not being lazy all the time. However, what the other smurfs didn't know, is that the prank would lead to...unforeseen consequences. In the cartoon, the "gone horribly right" part comes in after Lazy, who actually IS convinced that hundreds of years have passed while he took a nap, tries to make things go "back to normal" by giving the other smurfs a rejuvenating potion, wich turns them all into children smurfs. In the comic, however, Lazy figures out that he's being pranked much sooner. He gets revenge on the other smurfs by making them believe that they drank a rejuvenation potion and that they will all de-age pretty soon. The "gone horribly right" part comes in when the others smurfs actually do believe that Lazy is telling the truth, wich leads them to go to Gargamel's house to search for a potion that will make them age a few centuries to negate the effects of the supposed rejuvenation potion. They nearly succeed.
23rd Apr '17 11:31:39 AM marcoasalazarm
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** The Skull's plan to use a Cosmic Cube to RetCon ComicBook/CaptainAmerica into being an EvilAllAlong HYDRA mole became this when Rogers barged into his office, accused him of not being loyal to HYDRA's objectives, and then pulled an EvilerThanThou by killing him and taking over HYDRA, setting up the ''Secret Empire'' CrisisCrossover arc.
23rd Apr '17 7:52:28 AM Nepeta
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* In {{Hackbent}}, Alleph desperately wants to be taken seriously when he 'commands' his friends and constantly fails. In an alternate timeline he finds out his god tier powers allow him to literally do that. It directly spirals out of control, ends in a massacre of his friends, with the only survivors being Morson and [[TheAtoner Cyrill]].
8th Apr '17 10:18:43 AM nombretomado
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* A cartoon from ComicStrip/{{Quino}} (of ''ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}}'''s fame) has a man teaching his son to be a ruthless businessman caring only for money. Then, when the man is old, he's forced to live in the street because the son doesn't want to pay for his retirement home. The last panel has the old man begging to a passerby, saying something in the vein of "help me, my son grew up right!"

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* A cartoon from ComicStrip/{{Quino}} Creator/{{Quino}} (of ''ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}}'''s fame) has a man teaching his son to be a ruthless businessman caring only for money. Then, when the man is old, he's forced to live in the street because the son doesn't want to pay for his retirement home. The last panel has the old man begging to a passerby, saying something in the vein of "help me, my son grew up right!"
16th Mar '17 12:11:10 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'': In the story "Scandal in Baghdad", Iznogoud hires scandalmonger Leguenn Scandales to discredit the Caliph by planting a fake story in the newspapers that he has an illegitimate child whom he abandoned at birth, and soon, the whole country (except, inevitably, for the Caliph himself) has heard the news. The plan backfires when over three hundred people come forward claiming to be the Caliph's illegitimate child, including Wa'at Alahf and a woman old enough to be the Caliph's ''mother'', and the kindly Caliph adopts them all.
8th Mar '17 2:25:14 PM mkmlp
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* In the MLP fan comic series ''WebComic/TrixieVs'', Trixie repeatedly states her desire to learn how to fly using levitation. Then at one point, [[FountainOfYouth while messing around with a spell that magically turns her back into a filly,]] she gets the bright idea to test her levitation flight, while she's a child, hoping that her lighter size would make it easier to left herself off the ground. It not only works, but [[spoiler: works out so well, she end up on the moon!!! with no feasible way of getting back down.]]

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* In Overlaps with BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor in the MLP fan comic series ''WebComic/TrixieVs'', Trixie repeatedly states her desire to learn how to fly using levitation. Then at one point, [[FountainOfYouth while messing around with a spell that magically turns her back into a filly,]] she gets the bright idea to test her levitation flight, while she's a child, hoping that her lighter size would make it easier to left herself off the ground. It not only works, but [[spoiler: works out so well, she end up on the moon!!! with no feasible way of getting back down.]]
8th Mar '17 2:23:32 PM mkmlp
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* In the MLP fan comic series ''WebComic/TrixieVs'', Trixie repeatedly states her desire to learn how to fly using levitation. Then at one point, [[FountainOfYouth while messing around with a spell that magically turns her back into a filly,]] she gets the bright idea to test her levitation flight, while she's a child, hoping that her lighter size would make it easier to left herself off the ground. It not only works, but [[spoiler: works out so well, she end up on the moon!!! with no feasible way of getting back down.]]



* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', the point of Project Freelancer was to create an unstoppable super soldier. [[TemptingFate Guess how well that went?]]



* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', the point of Project Freelancer was to create an unstoppable super soldier. [[TemptingFate Guess how well that went?]]
1st Mar '17 9:47:33 AM Nintendoman01
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*** In the American Archie ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'' series, the former Julian Kintobor Robotnik creates a robotic vine known as Krudzu, which runs rampant in the Great Forest until they're destroyed with water. Snively and Antione attempt to find another set, but are destroyed in the process. One last batch evolved into a deadly "Krudzu Hybrid Hydra", only to be destroyed by Dr. Eggman, who felt that only he could defeat Sonic.
*** Also in the Archie comic, Mina Mongoose, suffering from PTSD after the {{Magitek}}-wielding Iron Queen took over New Mobotropolis, used her status as a public icon in an attempt to send a message for the citizens to rise up against fear and take care of themselves. It worked, only she didn't expect Ixis Naugus to use his magic to amplify the existing fear and anger of NICOLE, eventually leading to NICOLE being exiled from the city completely.

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*** ** In one of the later arcs, Robotnik, having been sent to a sub-atomic universe called [[ArabianNightsDays Shanazar]], eventually created a "Dimension Blender" to enlarge Shanazar until it occupied the same space as Mobius, [[MergedReality fusing the two planets together]]; in the expected chaos and destruction created from the merger, Robotnik planned to conquer Mobius once again. The plan backfires when Mobius and Shanazar fuse without ill effects; instead, the Zones from Shanazar as simply added onto Mobius.
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In the American Archie ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'' series, the former Julian Kintobor Robotnik creates a robotic vine known as Krudzu, which runs rampant in the Great Forest until they're destroyed with water. Snively and Antione Antoine attempt to find another set, but are destroyed in the process. One last batch evolved into a deadly "Krudzu Hybrid Hydra", only to be destroyed by Dr. Eggman, who felt that only he could defeat Sonic.
*** ** Also in the Archie comic, Mina Mongoose, suffering from PTSD after the {{Magitek}}-wielding Iron Queen took over New Mobotropolis, used her status as a public icon in an attempt to send a message for the citizens to rise up against fear and take care of themselves. It worked, only she didn't expect Ixis Naugus to use his magic to amplify the existing fear and anger of NICOLE, eventually leading to NICOLE being exiled from the city completely.
13th Feb '17 5:32:00 PM BobTanaka
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* Artie comments on this trope in a ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}'' side story:
-->''"Before you ask for an unstoppable killing machine, make sure you ''really want'' an unstoppable killing machine."''
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