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28th Apr '17 9:36:02 AM GrigorII
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It is different from DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything, which is for works released shortly after the tragic event, and where the similarity in the plot is intentional. Note, however, that there is usually a delay between the creation of a work and the day when it finally becomes available to the public, and sometimes a tragic event similar to a point from the plot takes place in the meantime. Sometimes the work is slightly modified to avoid this effect, but sometimes doing so would change it so much, or would demand so many resources, that the work is released anyway as it was initially conceived.
17th Mar '17 9:48:12 PM NightShade96
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** ''HarsherInHindsight/StevenUniverse''
15th Mar '17 6:40:21 PM TheJayman49
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** ''HarsherInHindsight/StevenUniverse''
19th Feb '17 12:20:05 PM bt8257
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This leads to a rather heart-wrenching moment and makes some people feel uneasy about it when they view the event in the original work.

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This leads to a rather heart-wrenching moment and makes some people feel uneasy about it when they view the event in the original work.
12th Jun '15 12:52:35 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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Note that if the event in question is something inevitable, such as people dying, that's not necessarily this trope. Everyone dies eventually, as far as we know. It would be this trope if the death had some link to how they appeared on screen.

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Note that if the event in question is something inevitable, such as people dying, that's not necessarily this trope.this. Everyone dies eventually, as far as we know. It would be this trope if the death had some link to how they appeared on screen.



!!!Keep in mind, this trope is for stuff that was already dramatic/serious to begin with, but is now worse due to history. For stuff that started out funny and now isn't because of history, the correct trope is FunnyAneurysmMoment.

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!!!Keep in mind, this trope is for stuff that was already dramatic/serious to begin with, but is now worse due to history. For stuff that started out funny and now isn't because of history, the correct trope page is FunnyAneurysmMoment.
3rd Sep '14 10:22:57 AM Mdumas43073
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Harsher in Hindsight is a serious event, plotline, or comment where a later event (in the story or {{real life}}) comes up and only serves to amplify the effects of the already bitter-tasting effect. It can lead to episodes or issues being pulled or held from re-running if it's perceived as TooSoon.

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Harsher in Hindsight is a serious event, plotline, or comment where a later event (in the story or {{real life}}) comes up and only serves to amplify the effects of the already bitter-tasting effect. It can lead to episodes or issues being pulled or held from re-running if it's perceived as TooSoon.
3rd Sep '14 10:22:18 AM Mdumas43073
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->''This building will stand forever.''

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->''This ->''"This building will stand forever.''"''
3rd Sep '14 10:22:02 AM Mdumas43073
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Harsher in Hindsight is a serious event, plotline, or bit of dialogue where a later event (in the story or {{real life}}) comes up and only serves to amplify the effects of the already bitter-tasting effect. It can lead to episodes or issues being pulled or held from re-running if it's perceived as TooSoon.

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Harsher in Hindsight is a serious event, plotline, or bit of dialogue comment where a later event (in the story or {{real life}}) comes up and only serves to amplify the effects of the already bitter-tasting effect. It can lead to episodes or issues being pulled or held from re-running if it's perceived as TooSoon.
3rd Sep '14 10:21:36 AM Mdumas43073
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Harsher in Hindsight is a serious event or plotline where a later event (in the story or {{real life}}) comes up and only serves to amplify the effects of the already bitter-tasting effect. It can lead to episodes or issues being pulled or held from re-running if it's perceived as TooSoon.

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Harsher in Hindsight is a serious event event, plotline, or plotline bit of dialogue where a later event (in the story or {{real life}}) comes up and only serves to amplify the effects of the already bitter-tasting effect. It can lead to episodes or issues being pulled or held from re-running if it's perceived as TooSoon.
23rd Jun '14 1:46:43 AM Westrim
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[[quoteright:347:[[Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tokyo_towerd_2563.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:347:That's the Tokyo Tower... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_T%C5%8Dhoku_earthquake_and_tsunami yeah]].]]
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