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5th Jan '18 9:12:13 PM KidDynamite
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* In ''Film/Stalag17'', Price is revealed as TheMole to the audience well before anyone else finds out.
25th Dec '17 9:27:41 PM Fireblood
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* ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity'': The readers know from the start that Robin is a mole in the protagonists' group, but they don't find this out until much later in the book.
13th Dec '17 1:09:53 AM PaulA
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* ''Literature/{{Fatherland}}'' is set in a world where the Nazis won WW2, and the protagonist is an SS officer investigating a GovernmentConspiracy. It quickly becomes obvious to the reader that the conspiracy is to cover up the remaining evidence of the Holocaust from the German public (the outside world suspects the truth, but it is denounced by the Reich as propaganda). However, even with foreknowledge of the "twist", the protagonist's horror at the [[TheKillerInMe discovery of what his country and professional position represent]] is still affecting.

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* ''Literature/{{Fatherland}}'' is set in a world where the Nazis won WW2, World War II, and the protagonist is an SS officer investigating a GovernmentConspiracy. It quickly becomes obvious to the reader that the conspiracy is to cover up the remaining evidence of the Holocaust from the German public (the outside world suspects the truth, but it is denounced by the Reich as propaganda). However, even with foreknowledge of the "twist", the protagonist's horror at the [[TheKillerInMe discovery of what his country and professional position represent]] is still affecting.
10th Dec '17 3:24:10 PM johnnye
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* ''Literature/{{Fatherland}}'' is set in a world where the Nazis won WW2, and the protagonist is an SS officer investigating a GovernmentConspiracy. It quickly becomes obvious to the reader that the conspiracy is to cover up the remaining evidence of the Holocaust from the German public (the outside world suspects the truth, but it is denounced by the Reich as propaganda). However, even with foreknowledge of the "twist", the protagonist's horror at the [[TheKillerInMe discovery of what his country and professional position represent]] is still affecting.
30th Nov '17 8:02:06 PM Twiddler
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': Elsa only discovers that [[PowerIncontinence her powers have triggered]] an EndlessWinter two thirds of the way through the film, when Anna arrives to tell her during "[[DarkReprise For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)]]". [[HeroicBSOD This only makes things even worse.]]
** Also, Elsa's powers are revealed to the world only during her coronation, while they have been central to the plot since the beginning.

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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'':
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Elsa only discovers that [[PowerIncontinence her powers have triggered]] an EndlessWinter two thirds of the way through the film, when Anna arrives to tell her during "[[DarkReprise For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)]]". [[HeroicBSOD This only makes things even worse.]]
** Also, Elsa's powers are revealed to the world only during her coronation, while they have been central to the plot since the beginning.
30th Nov '17 8:01:42 PM Twiddler
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* The opening of the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' explains to the audience the story of Princess Celestia's sister, Luna, and how she became corrupted into Nightmare Moon. Only at the end of the premiere does the rest of the cast learn of Nightmare Moon's relationship to Celestia.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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The opening of the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' explains to the audience the story of Princess Celestia's sister, Luna, and how she became corrupted into Nightmare Moon. Only at the end of the premiere does the rest of the cast learn of Nightmare Moon's relationship to Celestia.
30th Nov '17 8:00:18 PM Twiddler
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': "A Much Needed Talk" has [[spoiler: Qrow finally revealing to Ruby and JNR the truth about the Maidens, how it realtes to Beacon's fall, and Pyrrha's death (the last of which Jaune is [[WhatTheHellHero particularly upset over]]), all of which the audience saw play out in the last Volume]].

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': "A Much Needed Talk" has [[spoiler: Qrow finally revealing to Ruby and JNR the truth about the Maidens, how it realtes relates to Beacon's fall, and Pyrrha's death (the last of which Jaune is [[WhatTheHellHero particularly upset over]]), all of which the audience saw play out in the last Volume]].
23rd Nov '17 4:43:02 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''FanFic/ThePiecesLieWhereTheyFell'':
** In the sequel ''Picking Up the Pieces'', during her meeting with Night's older brother Crooked Blade, Xvital inadvertently tells him about Night's relationship with Page, which they'd previously kept secret from the rest of the Blade family for thirteen years. Night Blade himself inadvertently reveals it to his parents the next time they meet; fortunately, neither he nor Page are upset when he and Xvital admit their little slip-ups to the group soon after.
** It happens ''again'' in chapter 13, when Wind Breaker inadvertently reveals it to Night's nephew Striking Blade while Striking is getting his Hatchery file, though this time he doesn't give Page's name. Night just shakes it off when Wind Breaker confesses to him afterward, saying that since his parents and oldest brother already knew, it was only a matter of time before his whole family found out.
** In chapter three, Wind Breaker admits to Page about his previous meeting with Diamond Back and the other griffon's love confession. Diamond Back himself reappears in chapter 13 and inadvertently reveals the same thing to Night Blade, resulting in some lighthearted but non-malicious teasing (aimed at Wind Breaker) from him.
23rd Oct '17 12:11:00 PM barberbarberjoe
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* In ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' Chapter 11/page 157, [[spoiler:Dr. Hook contacts Requiem while no one else is around, showing that she has been directly involved with the assumed rebellion of her robots]]. Granted, [[ObviousJudas some readers have suspected this all along]].

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* In ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' Chapter 11/page 157, [[spoiler:Dr. Hook contacts Requiem while no one else is around, showing that she has been she's directly involved with the what was assumed to be the rebellion of her robots]].robots up to that point]]. Granted, [[ObviousJudas some readers have suspected this all along]].
23rd Oct '17 12:09:33 PM barberbarberjoe
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* In ''Webcomic/MegaManDissonance'' Chapter 11/page 157, [[spoiler:Dr. Hook contacts Requiem while no one else is around, showing that she has been directly involved with the assumed rebellion of her robots]]. Granted, [[ObviousJudas some readers have suspected this all along]].
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