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22nd Jul '16 1:51:21 PM Gamermaster
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* In volume 2 of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Jaune jokingly made a promise to [[TheAce Pyrrha]] that he'd wear a dress to the dance if she couldn't find a date, entirely unaware that AttractivenessIsolation was in full effect (and even if it wasn't [[ObliviousToLove he's the only one she'd want to go with]]). When he finds out that she didn't get a date, he puts on a dress in front of the entire student body [[ShipTease and dances with her]].

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* In volume 2 of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Jaune jokingly made a promise to [[TheAce Pyrrha]] Pyrrha that he'd wear a dress to the dance if she couldn't find a date, entirely unaware that AttractivenessIsolation was in full effect (and even if it wasn't wasn't, [[ObliviousToLove he's the only one she'd want to go with]]). When he finds out that she didn't get a date, he puts on wears a dress in front of the entire student body [[ShipTease and dances with her]].
22nd Jul '16 1:49:59 PM Gamermaster
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* In volume 2 of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Jaune jokingly made a promise to [[TheAce Pyrrha]] that he'd wear a dress to the dance if she couldn't find a date, entirely unaware that AttractivenessIsolation was in full effect (and even if it wasn't [[ObliviousToLove he's the only one she'd want to go with]]). When he finds out that she didn't get a date, he puts on a dress in front of the entire student body [[ShipTease and dances with her]].
-->'''Jaune:''' Hey, an Arc never goes back on his word.
20th Jul '16 4:56:16 AM Morgenthaler
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** His former mentor, turned TheDragon, at one point tells Jack he will only cooperate if Jack gives him his word that he will be released after it is over, as he knows how much Jack values his word. Jack does, but the Dragon [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy knows]] that he has killed too many of Jack's friends, [[spoiler: David Palmer, Tony Almeida, and Michelle Dessler]], for him to keep his word and lays a trap for Jack. He is then OutGambitted.

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** His former mentor, turned TheDragon, at one point tells Jack he will only cooperate if Jack gives him his word that he will be released after it is over, as he knows how much Jack values his word. Jack does, but the Dragon [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy knows]] knows that he has killed too many of Jack's friends, [[spoiler: David Palmer, Tony Almeida, and Michelle Dessler]], for him to keep his word and lays a trap for Jack. He is then OutGambitted.
10th Jul '16 8:12:20 PM Loekman3
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** In spite of Wuya's infamous reputation for her ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, when Wuya makes a promise, she genuinely keeps it, best shown when she gave Raimundo everything he wanted despite being literally able to get away with backstabbing him.
10th Jul '16 4:30:57 PM nombretomado
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* [[BrokenSaints "He gave his word, and his word was his bond."]] The wording itself is a reference to the creators' {{Catchphrase}}: "Word is Bond".

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* [[BrokenSaints [[WebAnimation/BrokenSaints "He gave his word, and his word was his bond."]] The wording itself is a reference to the creators' {{Catchphrase}}: "Word is Bond".
18th Jun '16 3:03:10 PM Gravidef
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* This is poor Desdemona's FatalFlaw in ''Theatre/{{Othello}}''--she absolutetely refuses to break promises, explaining "If I do vow a friendship, I'll perform it to the last article." She makes such a vow to Cassio after loses his position as Othello's lieutenant, and proceeds to talk about him constantly, trying to get him back in Othello's good graces. Trouble is, [[TheChessmaster Iago]] has convinced Othello that Desdemona's talk of Cassio is proof of her infidelity, and even after Othello makes it clear that hearing Cassio's name infuriates him, Desdemona won't stop bringing him up because of her promise. Things do ''not'' end well.
14th Jun '16 6:55:10 AM Freezer
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* In ''Webcomic/AGirlAndHerFed'', [[spoiler:Abraham Lincoln]] could shut down the rogue ghosts' master plan by simply cutting off their access to his power. He quotes the trope name as his reason, even after being told that they plan to start WorldWarIII.

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* In ''Webcomic/AGirlAndHerFed'', [[spoiler:Abraham Lincoln]] could shut down the rogue ghosts' master plan by simply cutting off their access to his power. He quotes the trope name as his reason, reason why he doesn't, even after being told that they plan to start WorldWarIII.
14th Jun '16 6:53:43 AM Freezer
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*In ''Webcomic/AGirlAndHerFed'', [[spoiler:Abraham Lincoln]] could shut down the rogue ghosts' master plan by simply cutting off their access to his power. He quotes the trope name as his reason, even after being told that they plan to start WorldWarIII.
27th May '16 8:34:04 AM sgamer82
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* About three quarters through ''VideoGame/{(Undertale}}'', you can have an encounter with Sans in which he tells a story about his befriending someone who asked him to protect any humans who entered the Underground. Despite his claim that he hates making promises, he agrees and reveals it's the only reason he didn't [[spoiler:kill you on sight]] earlier in the game. The only thing that will force him to break his promise is the sheer carnage you wreak in a No Mercy run, at which point he apologizes to the one he made his promise to before [[spoiler: fighting you as the final boss]].

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* About three quarters through ''VideoGame/{(Undertale}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can have an encounter with Sans in which he tells a story about his befriending someone who asked him to protect any humans who entered the Underground. Despite his claim that he hates making promises, he agrees and reveals it's the only reason he didn't [[spoiler:kill you on sight]] earlier in the game. The only thing that will force him to break his promise is the sheer carnage you wreak in a No Mercy run, at which point he apologizes to the one he made his promise to before [[spoiler: fighting you as the final boss]].
27th May '16 8:32:27 AM sgamer82
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* About three quarters through ''VideoGame/{(Undertale}}'', you can have an encounter with Sans in which he tells a story about his befriending someone who asked him to protect any humans who entered the Underground. Despite his claim that he hates making promises, he agrees and reveals it's the only reason he didn't [[spoiler:kill you on sight]] earlier in the game. The only thing that will force him to break his promise is the sheer carnage you wreak in a No Mercy run, at which point he apologizes to the one he made his promise to before [[spoiler: fighting you as the final boss]].
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