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16th Jan '16 6:05:52 AM EDP
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* In ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' Minako gives one to ''herself'': when she sees Ace in a period of not full enthusiasm about being a superhero and notices he's ''good'' at it, she decides to retire, and only changes idea to get closer to him.
8th Jan '16 4:30:29 AM Steven
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Toriel in the beginning of the game doing everything she can to convince you stay home with her and spend the rest of your life with her as her [[InterspeciesAdoption adopted child]] rather than going out on your own to find your way back home. She eventually decides to fight you to see if you are strong enough to make it on your own. You can choose to flee the fight and you'll be sent back to your room, but a voice will tell you that you have to press on, [[ButThouMust thus you have no choice but to fight your way through Toriel]] or [[SheatheYourSword convince her to let you go without needing to resort to violence]]. [[spoiler: The reason Toriel is against the protagonist wanting to leave is because she had two of her own children die in one day and had seen other kids who had gone through her home also wanting to go back to where they came from, but had later died on their adventures.]]
10th Nov '15 4:40:33 AM DeisTheAlcano
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The Odyssey is a disambiguation page, not a work
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10th Nov '15 1:50:18 AM rodneyAnonymous
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also "if you have a valid reason" misplaces the burden of proof
10th Nov '15 1:48:37 AM rodneyAnonymous
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same image, uncensored version, as discussed in IP thread
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9th Nov '15 2:50:59 PM Josef5678
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%%Image kept on page per Image Pickin' Thread: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1444385441009501500&page=1 %%Please do not change or remove without starting a new thread. %%
10th Oct '15 12:00:47 PM MagwitchOo
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Very slight discolouration to hide the nipples, shouldn't be obvious unless someone is looking specifically for it. I hope nobody minds and feel free to change it back if you have a valid reason.
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7th Oct '15 4:03:27 PM eliaskelham
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** If you don't take the above option, you eventually discover the real truth and solve the mystery accordingly. But you'll probably find yourself with [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse a few lingering questions]]. The game asks you, repeatedly, if you want to go home and end the story. In order to get the true ending, you have to tell it you don't.
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** If you don't take the above option, convince your friends to continue pursuing the truth ''and'' figure out the true culprit, you eventually discover the real truth and solve the mystery accordingly. and EarnYourHappyEnding. But you'll probably find yourself with [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse a few lingering questions]]. The questions]], and the game asks you, repeatedly, if will repeatedly tempt you want to go home and end the story. just call it a day already. In order to get the true ending, and defeat the GreaterScopeVillain, you have to tell it you don't.
4th Oct '15 4:18:35 PM nombretomado
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* The series 5 finale of ''Series/BeingHuman'' ended with [[spoiler:Satan]] offering the main trio an idealized life. All are human and alive, and nothing bad will happen to them. All three see through it because of a combination of realizing that while ''they'' would be fine, everyone ''else'' would be screwed... including loved ones not in the "fantasy" world. That, and the absence of their other two friends from their lives meant their happy universe was fundamentally incomplete.
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* The series 5 finale of ''Series/BeingHuman'' ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'' ended with [[spoiler:Satan]] offering the main trio an idealized life. All are human and alive, and nothing bad will happen to them. All three see through it because of a combination of realizing that while ''they'' would be fine, everyone ''else'' would be screwed... including loved ones not in the "fantasy" world. That, and the absence of their other two friends from their lives meant their happy universe was fundamentally incomplete.
24th Jul '15 4:25:56 AM Aesop
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Page does not reference Fable II, which contains a prime example of this trope.
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* In ''Videogame/FableII'', towards the end of the game the player character is [[spoiler: magically transported (by evil Lucien) into a fictional realm where his dead sister is alive and well. They can play and run and chase chickens every day, and their parents are still alive too. Every night, however, he is awakened by the signature music of the Fable series, which is coming from the farm gate. Each night, when this happens, the character can choose to go back to bed or follow the music. The music leads the character down a road filled with increasingly dreary surroundings, sound clips from the game proper, and the distressed cries of his illusory sister (who wants him to stay). He can return to the farm and continue the illusion forever, or push forwards to finish his mission of saving the world. The latter is made especially harsh a few minutes later, when the character is left standing on the docks at the very end of the game; knowing (if he chooses the "good" option in the finale) that he is left with nothing. No family, no dog, and no mentor. He is truly alone.]]
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