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31st Jan '16 10:51:25 PM gophergiggles
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** Often talking to a villager will have them remark "I found this [insert item here]. Is it yours?" However sometimes it's this trope (they're testing you) or they honestly ''did'' find it laying around and don't know whether or not you actually did lose it. There's no way of knowing if lying or telling the truth is how you get the item; it's merely a gamble.
27th Jan '16 1:45:28 PM WillKeaton
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* [[ImageBooru Danbooru]] has [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/post?tags=honest_axe a tag for parodies of this]]. As expected of the site, it's somewhat NotSafeForWork and roughly half ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''.

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* [[ImageBooru Danbooru]] has [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/post?tags=honest_axe a tag for parodies of this]]. this.]] As expected of the site, it's somewhat NotSafeForWork and roughly half ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''.
27th Jan '16 1:44:01 PM WillKeaton
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* In the ''{{Manga/Saki}}'' doujinshi, "[[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/saki-captain-half-doujinshi/v1/c0/2 Captain Half]]", Kana falls into a river.

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* In the ''{{Manga/Saki}}'' doujinshi, "[[http://www.[[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/saki-captain-half-doujinshi/v1/c0/2 Captain Half]]", "Captain Half,"]] Kana falls into a river.



** [[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/saki-captain-half-doujinshi/v1/c0/21 Later on]], Kana falls into a river again, and Nodocchi asks Mihoko if Hisa was the one who fell in. Mihoko says yes, but "In the end, Kana got back, but the atmosphere worsened a ''little'' bit more."

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** [[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/saki-captain-half-doujinshi/v1/c0/21 Later on]], on,]] Kana falls into a river again, and Nodocchi asks Mihoko if Hisa was the one who fell in. Mihoko says yes, but "In the end, Kana got back, but the atmosphere worsened a ''little'' bit more."
27th Jan '16 1:43:26 PM WillKeaton
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** Also in [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Fairy_of_the_Spring Fairy of the Spring]]. Only it's a gold or silver "Wicked Breaking Flamberge - Baou" instead of axes.

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** Also in [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Fairy_of_the_Spring Fairy of the Spring]]. Spring.]] Only it's a gold or silver "Wicked Breaking Flamberge - Baou" instead of axes.
27th Jan '16 1:42:52 PM WillKeaton
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* Anime/NurseWitchKomugi: After her apparent CharacterDeath in her own show, Komugi herself was offered one of three magic syringes that might bring her back -- ''maybe''. Gold syringe, silver syringe... dangerous syringe. Guess which one she picked. It's a good thing, too; The dangerous syringe not only brought her back to life, but elevated her into her SuperMode. This is likely a reference to ''Anime/TheSoulTaker'', the anime in which her character was originally developed as a psychotic nurse with a fetish for giant syringes.

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* Anime/NurseWitchKomugi: ''Anime/NurseWitchKomugi'': After her apparent CharacterDeath in her own show, Komugi herself was offered one of three magic syringes that might bring her back -- ''maybe''. Gold syringe, silver syringe... dangerous syringe. Guess which one she picked. It's a good thing, too; The dangerous syringe not only brought her back to life, but elevated her into her SuperMode. This is likely a reference to ''Anime/TheSoulTaker'', the anime in which her character was originally developed as a psychotic nurse with a fetish for giant syringes.
1st Nov '15 9:41:18 AM nanakiro
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* Spoofed in the "Aesop's Fables that are Really Terrifying" skit in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. A fisherman (Jyuushimatsu) drops his pole into the water, and a water spirit (really Choromatsu) gives him the choice of choosing between bronze and jelly statues of Asura in return. For denying both, the fisherman receives a small mustachioed man as a family heirloom.

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* Spoofed in the "Aesop's Fables that are Really Terrifying" skit in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. A fisherman (Jyuushimatsu) drops his pole into the water, and a water spirit (really Choromatsu) gives him the choice of choosing between bronze and jelly statues of Asura in return. For denying both, the fisherman receives a small mustachioed man as a family heirloom. [[ShaggyFrogStory Whatever moral the two were trying to make was lost along the way.]]
1st Nov '15 9:31:42 AM nanakiro
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* Spoofed in the "Aesop's Fables that are Really Terrifying" skit in ''Anime/OsomatsuSan''. A fisherman (Jyuushimatsu) drops his pole into the water, and a water spirit (really Choromatsu) gives him the choice of choosing between bronze and jelly statues of Asura in return. For denying both, the fisherman receives a small mustachioed man as a family heirloom.
29th Aug '15 4:51:35 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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** And again in the H manga ''Glitter Dolls'' where a virgin loser is running home excitedly with his new love doll, only to trip and drop it into the river. The river spirit predictably appears, offers him the gold love doll or the silver love doll, then dumps both on him despite his protestations that he just wants his Haruka-chan doll back. He takes them back home, despite considering them useless because they're too shiny, only for them to come to life as the aggressive blonde Kogane and the {{Moe}} black-haired Shirogane after midnight and then [[CoitusEnsues obvious hentai manga events unfold]]. In the 2nd chapter his JerkAss neighbour hears about it, makes a crude love doll and throws it into the river, then lies to the river spirit about dropping a pair of gold and silver love dolls in. The angry spirit strikes him with a BoltOfDivineRetribution then, somewhat contrary to the normal tale, punishes him by giving him "the black love doll" Kurogane, a violent, bossy dominatrix-type who takes over his house, [[MurderousThighs chokes him unconscious with her thighs]], then goes next door to give some more loving to the first guy again anyway.



* ''KinNoKanojoGinNoKanojo'' uses this for the premise; a boy knocks his love interest into a magic pond, and the spirit of the pond reappears with a golden haired girl and a silver haired girl. After he honestly says it was neither, the spirit gives him both. And each of the two girls has a different aspect of the original's personality.

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* ''KinNoKanojoGinNoKanojo'' ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin 'Gold Girlfriend, Silver Girlfriend']]) uses this for the premise; a boy knocks his love interest into a magic pond, and the spirit of the pond reappears with a golden haired girl and a silver haired girl. After he honestly says it was neither, the spirit gives him both. And each of the two girls has a different aspect of the original's personality.
16th Aug '15 3:16:59 AM justanid
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See also: SecretTestOfCharacter.

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See also: SecretTestOfCharacter.
also SecretTestOfCharacter and StolenGoodReturnedBetter.
6th Aug '15 5:25:33 PM Shadoboy
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* In ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'', one of the gadgets from the 22nd century is a pond in which you drop an object, the spirit will appear with a more valuable item. Nobita was honest and received a more valuable item but Suneo was greedy when he was granted a more valuable remote control airplane which he obviously lied and had it taken away. At the end, Gian fell in the pond and a handsome figure of himself appeared at the hands of the spirit. Nobita and Doraemon desperately denied it's him. The real Gian desperately trying to escape from the pond.

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* In ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'', one of the gadgets from the 22nd century is a pond in which you drop an object, the spirit will appear with a more valuable item.item, but unlike the original story, she doesn't return the old object. Nobita was honest and received a more valuable item but Suneo was greedy when he was granted a more valuable remote control airplane which he obviously lied and had it taken away. At the end, Gian fell in the pond and a handsome figure of himself appeared at the hands of the spirit. Nobita and Doraemon desperately denied it's him. The him, making the fairy give them the "Handsome Gian" as a reward, while the real Gian is desperately trying to escape from the pond.
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