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2nd Apr '17 5:17:51 PM ShinyManaphy
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** ''[[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun and Moon]]'' have their own version, in which it turns out that [[spoiler:fusing with an EldritchAbomination called ''Nihil Ego'' has serious consequences for a person's mental and physical health. Lusamine has to go to Kanto to try to get the remains of the neurotoxin it left behind out of her!]]
2nd Apr '17 9:51:23 AM M4dH4tter
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The variations are endless. Perhaps the non-polluting energy source [[PoweredByAForsakenChild actually]] taps into the delicately balanced forces locked in a CosmicKeystone or drains the planet's LifeEnergy. Or the hunger-killing super-wheat is actually [[http://www.exitmundi.nl/gmfood.htm a super-weed that destroys all ecosystems]]. And that's for purely ''peaceful'' things. Weapons of any sort will have things go horribly wrong on a [[ApocalypseHow cataclysmic scale]]. The "completely loyal" robot workforce has a [[Creator/IsaacAsimov programming flaw]] that makes them [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters revolt]]. Maybe the SuperSoldier program [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity inherently causes insanity]], [[{{Mutants}} mutation]], or plain old [[WhatMeasureIsANonSuper megalomania.]]

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The variations are endless. Perhaps the non-polluting energy source [[PoweredByAForsakenChild actually]] taps into the delicately balanced forces locked in a CosmicKeystone or drains the planet's LifeEnergy. Or the hunger-killing super-wheat is actually [[http://www.exitmundi.nl/gmfood.htm [[GreenAesop a super-weed that destroys all ecosystems]]. And that's for purely ''peaceful'' things. Weapons of any sort will have things go horribly wrong on a [[ApocalypseHow cataclysmic scale]]. The "completely loyal" robot workforce has a [[Creator/IsaacAsimov programming flaw]] that makes them [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters revolt]]. Maybe the SuperSoldier program [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity inherently causes insanity]], [[{{Mutants}} mutation]], or plain old [[WhatMeasureIsANonSuper megalomania.]]
30th Mar '17 6:16:08 AM LentilSandEater
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* ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries''

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* ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries''''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'': This is what happens when the main characters try to fix things. Also, the backstory is portrayed as this.
23rd Mar '17 11:21:44 AM Prfnoff
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* On the path to ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s GoldenEnding, you investigate the "True Lab", and the experiment with [[OnlyMostlyDead fallen-down]] monsters to attempt to preserve their [=SOULs=] after death by injecting them with Determination extracted from captured human [=SOULs=]. The monsters ended up actually getting back up, and looked to be good as new -- technically a failure, but [[HopeSpot a happy outcome nonetheless]]. [[spoiler:Then they all started melting, and their bodies fused together into the terrifying Amalgamates.]] The experimenter's notes also mention the escape of one early test subject, [[spoiler:known to the player as Flowey]].

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* On the path to ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s GoldenEnding, you investigate the "True Lab", and the experiment with [[OnlyMostlyDead fallen-down]] monsters to attempt to preserve their [=SOULs=] after death by injecting them with Determination extracted from captured human [=SOULs=]. The monsters ended up actually getting back up, and looked to be good as new -- technically a failure, but [[HopeSpot a happy outcome nonetheless]]. [[spoiler:Then they all started melting, and their bodies fused together into the terrifying Amalgamates.]] The experimenter's notes also mention the escape disappearance of one early and apparently unresponsive test subject, [[spoiler:known to the player as Flowey]].
23rd Mar '17 11:17:53 AM Prfnoff
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* On the path to ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s GoldenEnding, you investigate the "True Lab", and the experiment with [[OnlyMostlyDead fallen-down]] monsters to attempt to preserve their [=SOULs=] after death by injecting them with Determination extracted from captured human [=SOULs=]. The monsters ended up actually getting back up, and looked to be good as new -- technically a failure, but [[HopeSpot a happy outcome nonetheless]]. [[spoiler:Then they all started melting, and their bodies fused together into the terrifying Amalgamates.]]

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* On the path to ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s GoldenEnding, you investigate the "True Lab", and the experiment with [[OnlyMostlyDead fallen-down]] monsters to attempt to preserve their [=SOULs=] after death by injecting them with Determination extracted from captured human [=SOULs=]. The monsters ended up actually getting back up, and looked to be good as new -- technically a failure, but [[HopeSpot a happy outcome nonetheless]]. [[spoiler:Then they all started melting, and their bodies fused together into the terrifying Amalgamates.]]]] The experimenter's notes also mention the escape of one early test subject, [[spoiler:known to the player as Flowey]].
15th Mar '17 6:13:44 PM nombretomado
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* Lampshaded in MSFHighForum, as Michelle quotes it word for word. "If I'm in hand-to-hand combat, things have gone horribly wrong."

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* Lampshaded in MSFHighForum, ''Roleplay/MSFHighForum'', as Michelle quotes it word for word. "If I'm in hand-to-hand combat, things have gone horribly wrong."
25th Feb '17 1:24:03 PM nombretomado
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* In the DaleBrown novel ''Wings of Fire'', the Night Stalkers were supposed to only go into Libya to destroy some missiles. Then [[spoiler: Paul dies in the process of stopping the missiles and Wendy goes missing fending off a Libyan retaliation.]]

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* In the DaleBrown Creator/DaleBrown novel ''Wings of Fire'', the Night Stalkers were supposed to only go into Libya to destroy some missiles. Then [[spoiler: Paul dies in the process of stopping the missiles and Wendy goes missing fending off a Libyan retaliation.]]
15th Feb '17 12:08:02 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''Anime/PokemonJirachiWishmaker'': Butler spends the bulk of the film trying to capture Jirachi and use his power to resurrect a Groudon fossil in order to get revenge on Team Magma for expelling him from the organization. He ultimately succeeds in using Jirachi to do so, but instead of an actual Groudon, he ends up with a MadeOfEvil EldritchAbomination that ''resembles'' Groudon. He's [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone rightfully horrified]] by the result, and helps Ash destroy the monster after it absorbs his LoveInterest, Diane.

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* ''Anime/PokemonJirachiWishmaker'': Butler spends the bulk of the film trying to capture Jirachi and use his power to resurrect a Groudon fossil in order to get revenge on Team Magma for expelling him from the organization. He ultimately succeeds in using Jirachi to do so, but instead of an actual Groudon, he ends up with a MadeOfEvil EldritchAbomination that only ''resembles'' Groudon. He's [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone rightfully horrified]] by the result, and helps Ash and co. destroy the monster after it absorbs his LoveInterest, Diane.






* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has "Project Daycare," an experiment mentioned in "Haylias" that had CIA agents put their children to undergo severe training and brainwashing to turn them into powerful [[ManchurianAgent sleeper agents[[ that will be activated by a phrase only used by the parent; however, should the child remain activated for more than seven days, they'll immediately [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters turn against their handler/parent and kill him]]. Unfortunately, Stan, who had subjected Hayley to this, was LockedOutOfTheLoop in regards to this and assumed that the project was discontinued simply because the children lost their free will permanently after seven days; he only finds out the truth ''after'' missing the deadline.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has "Project Daycare," an experiment mentioned in "Haylias" that had CIA agents put their children to undergo severe training and brainwashing to turn them into powerful [[ManchurianAgent sleeper agents[[ agents]] that will be activated by a phrase only used by the parent; however, should the child remain activated for more than seven days, they'll immediately [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters turn against their handler/parent and kill him]]. Unfortunately, Stan, who had subjected Hayley to this, was LockedOutOfTheLoop in regards to this and assumed that the project was discontinued simply because the children lost their free will permanently after seven days; he only finds out the truth ''after'' missing the deadline.
26th Jan '17 7:56:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Xel'Naga of ''{{Starcraft}}'' made the Protoss and the Zerg to make the next generation of Xel'Naga. The Protoss attacked them after they realized that the Protoss were diverging from the plan due to them revealing themselves, while the Zerg killed and ate them due to sabotage from a third party known as The Dark Voice.

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* The Xel'Naga of ''{{Starcraft}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft}}'' made the Protoss and the Zerg to make the next generation of Xel'Naga. The Protoss attacked them after they realized that the Protoss were diverging from the plan due to them revealing themselves, while the Zerg killed and ate them due to sabotage from a third party known as The Dark Voice.
22nd Jan '17 10:11:27 PM Nylsa
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* ''VideoGame/ConcentrationRoom'' begins when a group of kids visiting their parents at a drug research facility are exposed to a botched batch of TruthSerum.

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* ''VideoGame/ConcentrationRoom'' ''Concentration Room'' begins when a group of kids visiting their parents at a drug research facility are exposed to a botched batch of TruthSerum.
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