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7th Feb '16 7:30:40 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''WhiteCollar'' episode "Vested Interest", a DNA test reveals that mysterious informant Sam is actually Neal's DisappearedDad. * Teased in ''ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' where it's been greatly hinted at (but never actually proved) that Frank is actually Charlie's father.
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* In the ''WhiteCollar'' 'Series/'WhiteCollar'' episode "Vested Interest", a DNA test reveals that mysterious informant Sam is actually Neal's DisappearedDad. * Teased in ''ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' where it's been greatly hinted at (but never actually proved) that Frank is actually Charlie's father.
22nd Jan '16 9:39:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* Subverted in DragonFable 's Ash storyline. One of the necromancers tries to pull this.
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* Subverted in DragonFable VideoGame/DragonFable 's Ash storyline. One of the necromancers tries to pull this.
9th Jan '16 5:04:21 PM Yuihime
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** And in ''[[VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn Dark Dawn]]'', it's heavily, ''heavily'', "Camelot-does-not-do-subtlety" heavily implied that Alex is Amiti's father. And then just in case it wasn't heavily implied enough they take a few bricks and beat it into you, without ever actually saying it. By the very endgame, even [[TheIngenue Amiti himself]] is starting to catch on. This also makes him the second cousin of fellow party member Rief, who also caught on.
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** And in ''[[VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn Dark Dawn]]'', it's heavily, ''heavily'', "Camelot-does-not-do-subtlety" heavily implied (but never actually stated) that Alex is Amiti's father. And then just in case it wasn't heavily implied enough they take a few bricks and beat it into you, without ever actually saying it. By the very endgame, even [[TheIngenue Amiti himself]] is starting to catch on. This also makes him the second cousin of fellow party member Rief, who also caught on.father.
7th Jan '16 8:25:10 AM kyojikasshu
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* In the first ''[[ComicBook/GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel G.I. Joe]]'' comic series, a boy named Billy living in the Cobra-controlled town of Springfield had joined the local anti-Cobra underground, believing that his father had been swayed into joining the organization by Cobra Commander. He'd failed to realize that his father ''was'' Cobra Commander all along. Destro knew the truth, however, and revealed it when he intervened to stop Billy from assassinating the Commander.
5th Jan '16 10:19:44 PM Toadofsteel
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* According to ''Fallout 4'' Leakers (since a Fallout 4 press release version was given to random Fallout fans and game sites in late October) a polar opposite of the "I am your father" occurs, where the protagonist can find out in a late quest, that his/her son Shaun is the founder of the Institute (The main antagonists, also supposedly working with the Enclave) who reveals himself to his parent. Interesting enough the Son is older (Being released earlier) and his called "The father" most likely as a jab to the trope.
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* According to ''Fallout 4'' Leakers (since a Fallout 4 press release version was given to random Fallout fans and game sites Subverted in late October) a polar opposite of ''VideoGame/Fallout4'': [[spoiler: the "I am your father" occurs, where Institute's mysterious elderly leader named "Father" is actually the protagonist can find out in a late quest, that his/her son Shaun is the founder of the Institute (The main antagonists, also supposedly working with the Enclave) who reveals himself Player's infant son, which, thanks to his parent. Interesting enough the Son HumanPopsicle, is older (Being released earlier) and his called "The father" most likely as a jab to than the trope.player.]]
2nd Jan '16 12:56:58 PM nombretomado
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* In the climax of ''FanFic/SonicXDarkChaos'', [[{{Satan}} Maledict]] reveals that he is the creator and father of both Shadow and Sonic (and Eric as well). They were all early prototypes of Maledict's "Ultimate Weapon" project. None of them worked out; [[SonicAdventure2 Gerald Robotnik turned on Maledict and altered Shadow]], Sonic's fetus failed and Satan launched him out of a capsule to euthanize him, and Eric was literally flushed down the sewer after a catastrophic failure did... ''[[HumanoidAbomination something]]'' to him.
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* In the climax of ''FanFic/SonicXDarkChaos'', [[{{Satan}} Maledict]] reveals that he is the creator and father of both Shadow and Sonic (and Eric as well). They were all early prototypes of Maledict's "Ultimate Weapon" project. None of them worked out; [[SonicAdventure2 [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure2 Gerald Robotnik turned on Maledict and altered Shadow]], Sonic's fetus failed and Satan launched him out of a capsule to euthanize him, and Eric was literally flushed down the sewer after a catastrophic failure did... ''[[HumanoidAbomination something]]'' to him.
30th Dec '15 7:32:21 PM Oddstar6
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** Happens yet again in ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. This time, [[spoiler:Han Solo and Leia Organa are Kylo Ren's parents]].
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** Happens yet again in ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. This time, [[spoiler:Han Solo and Leia Organa are Kylo Ren's parents]].parents, although this is only a surprise to the audience, not the characters]].
23rd Dec '15 1:40:38 PM infernape612
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** Happens yet again in ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. This time, [[spoiler:Han Solo and Leia Organa are Kylo Ren's parents]].
22nd Dec '15 3:33:43 PM margdean56
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* Done once or twice in ''Literature/{{Evil Genius|Trilogy}}'': Cadel knows his adoptive parents aren't his real parents, and he's told by his psychologist, Thaddeus, early in the story that his "real" father is Phineas Darkkon, and his mother is dead. Later in the novel, however, Thaddeus mentions how lucky it is that Cadel looks like his mother rather than his father, which confuses Cadel. It's [[BigReveal revealed]] that Thaddeus is actually Cadel's father, which nearly gives him a HeroicBSOD.
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* Done once or twice in ''Literature/{{Evil Genius|Trilogy}}'': Cadel knows his adoptive parents aren't his real parents, and he's told by his psychologist, Thaddeus, early in the story that his "real" father is Phineas Darkkon, and his mother is dead. Later in the novel, however, Thaddeus mentions how lucky it is that Cadel looks like his mother rather than his father, which confuses Cadel. It's [[BigReveal [[TheReveal revealed]] that Thaddeus is actually Cadel's father, which nearly gives him a HeroicBSOD.
22nd Dec '15 3:32:10 PM margdean56
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* Inverted (and partly subverted) in Creator/RobinHobb's ''[[Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings Tawny Man Trilogy]]'' where the main character is forced to interact with his children, who doesn't know who their real father is.
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* Inverted (and partly subverted) in Creator/RobinHobb's ''[[Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings Tawny Man Trilogy]]'' where the main character is forced to interact with his children, who doesn't don't know who their real father is.

* In ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity'', it turns out near the end (hinted at earlier subtly main antagonist Mizzamir is Sam's father, and wiped his mother's mind after raping her, proving LightIsNotGood, indirectly helping to put Sam into his life of being a cold-blooded hired killer. * Played with in Brandon Sanderson's ''Literature/{{Mistborn}}''. Main character [[ActionGirl Vin]] knows from the beginning of the story that her father is an important nobleman (she inherited [[ExtraordinarilyEmpoweredGirl her powers]] from him), but doesn't know his identity. He turns out to be Tevidian, High Prelan (priest) of the CorruptChurch and right-hand-man to [[EvilOverlord the Lord Ruler]]. Surely this leads to a dramatic moment where the rebel Vin confronts and defeats her badass [[TheDragon Dragon]] father? Wrong- when we meet Tevidian, he turns out to be a coward who toadies to the Inquisitors (the ''real'' Dragons) and gets killed offhand for [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness essentially annoying them]] without ever getting a chance to ''speak'' with his daughter. But honestly, nobody was really that torn up about it.
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* In ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity'', it turns out near the end (hinted at earlier subtly subtly) main antagonist Mizzamir is Sam's father, and wiped his mother's mind after raping her, proving LightIsNotGood, indirectly helping to put Sam into his life of being a cold-blooded hired killer. * Played with in Brandon Sanderson's ''Literature/{{Mistborn}}''. Main character [[ActionGirl Vin]] knows from the beginning of the story that her father is an important nobleman (she inherited [[ExtraordinarilyEmpoweredGirl her powers]] from him), but doesn't know his identity. He turns out to be Tevidian, High Prelan (priest) of the CorruptChurch and right-hand-man to [[EvilOverlord the Lord Ruler]]. Surely this leads to a dramatic moment where the rebel Vin confronts and defeats her badass [[TheDragon Dragon]] father? Wrong- when Wrong--when we meet Tevidian, he turns out to be a coward who toadies to the Inquisitors (the ''real'' Dragons) and gets killed offhand for [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness essentially annoying them]] without ever getting a chance to ''speak'' with his daughter. But honestly, nobody was really that torn up about it.
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