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17th Jan '18 9:21:20 PM jormis29
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* In ''[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/sixswans/index.html The Six Swans]]'', the king's mother kidnaps the heroine's newborn children and tells the king she killed them until he agrees to her execution.

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* In ''[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/sixswans/index.html The Six Swans]]'', ''Literature/TheSixSwans'', the king's mother kidnaps the heroine's newborn children and tells the king she killed them until he agrees to her execution.
11th Jan '18 7:26:52 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In the Literature/BookOfNehemiah, when the wall surrounding Jerusalem was near completion, Sanballat and Geshem try to lure Nehemiah away from his work to have "a little chat", Nehemiah keeps telling them that he's busy and can't answer their summons. They get to the point of deciding to spread some of this about Nehemiah, that he was planning rebellion against the king by declaring himself to be king and that he has set up prophets to make the proclamation. Nehemiah responds that he isn't and that they're just making stuff up about him to discourage him and his workers.

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* In the Literature/BookOfNehemiah, when the wall surrounding Jerusalem was near completion, Sanballat and Geshem try to lure Nehemiah away from his work to have "a little chat", and Nehemiah keeps telling them that he's busy and can't answer their summons. They get to the point of deciding to spread some of this about Nehemiah, that he was planning rebellion against the king by declaring himself to be king and that he has set up prophets to make the proclamation. Nehemiah responds that he isn't and that they're just making stuff up about him to discourage him and his workers.
11th Jan '18 7:24:33 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In the Literature/BookOfNehemiah, when the wall surrounding Jerusalem was near completion, Sanballat and Geshem try to lure Nehemiah away from his work to have "a little chat", Nehemiah keeps telling them that he's busy and can't answer their summons. They get to the point of deciding to spread some of this about Nehemiah, that he was planning rebellion against the king by declaring himself to be king and that he has set up prophets to make the proclamation. Nehemiah responds that he isn't and that they're just making stuff up about him to discourage him and his workers.
4th Jan '18 4:43:54 PM SarcasmKid
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* One of the monsters from the second season of ''Manga/SailorMoon'', had a power like this. Droid Giwaku (renamed Mistrust in the first dub) was capable of warping someone's perception to make them believe their friends and loved ones are badmouthing them. Ami found herself victim to this when Umino and several others, under Giwaku's influence, began accusing her of being a cheater. They even planted fake answer sheets in Ami's desk. Ami was later confronted by illusions of the other Sailor Senshi calling her a cheater as well. However, when Giwaku tried this on Usagi and attacked her with illusions calling her a stupid, flat-chested crybaby, Usagi shot back screaming she already knew all that anyway.
22nd Oct '17 8:00:56 AM Codefreak5
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* ''Film/[[TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe]]'': Jadis tells Tumnus, who is imprisoned next to Edmund, that he is here because Edmund betrayed him. While Edmund did provide Jadis the information that Tumnus helped Lucy, this was not betrayal as he said it very casually and had no idea this was sensitive information. It didn't matter anyway to Jadis as she used it to successfully break Tumnus's spirit.

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* ''Film/[[TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe ''[[Film/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe]]'': Jadis tells Tumnus, who is imprisoned next to Edmund, that he is here because Edmund betrayed him. While Edmund did provide Jadis the information that Tumnus helped Lucy, this was not betrayal as he said it very casually and had no idea this was sensitive information. It didn't matter anyway to Jadis as she used it to successfully break Tumnus's spirit.
14th Sep '17 9:44:22 AM Nadim
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* ''Film/[[TheLionTheWitchTheWardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe]]'': Jadis tells Tumnus, who is imprisoned next to Edmund, that he is here because Edmund betrayed him. While Edmund did provide Jadis the information that Tumnus helped Lucy, this was not betrayal as he said it very casually and had no idea this was sensitive information. It didn't matter anyway to Jadis as she used it to successfully break Tumnus's spirit.

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* ''Film/[[TheLionTheWitchTheWardrobe ''Film/[[TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe]]'': Jadis tells Tumnus, who is imprisoned next to Edmund, that he is here because Edmund betrayed him. While Edmund did provide Jadis the information that Tumnus helped Lucy, this was not betrayal as he said it very casually and had no idea this was sensitive information. It didn't matter anyway to Jadis as she used it to successfully break Tumnus's spirit.
14th Sep '17 9:42:49 AM Nadim
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* ''Film/[[TheLionTheWitchTheWardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe]]'': Jadis tells Tumnus, who is imprisoned next to Edmund, that he is here because Edmund betrayed him. While Edmund did provide Jadis the information that Tumnus helped Lucy, this was not betrayal as he said it very casually and had no idea this was sensitive information. It didn't matter anyway to Jadis as she used it to successfully break Tumnus's spirit.
10th Apr '17 9:42:26 AM eroock
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* In the BBC show ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', the episode The Reichenbach Fall revolves around [[spoiler: Moriarty gradually destroying Sherlock's credibility, eventually leading the police to suspect that he made every case up just so he would look good when he "solved" them, and ending heartbreakingly with Sherlock's apparent suicide.]] [[WhamEpisode Quite the]] [[TearJerker depressing episode.]]

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* In the BBC show ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', the episode The "The Reichenbach Fall Fall" revolves around [[spoiler: Moriarty gradually destroying Sherlock's credibility, eventually leading the police to suspect that he made every case up just so he would look good when he "solved" them, and ending heartbreakingly with Sherlock's apparent suicide.]] [[WhamEpisode Quite the]] [[TearJerker depressing episode.]]
13th Feb '17 1:43:20 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Tyrion Lannister is often on the wrong end of it. Littlefinger claims that the dagger found on Bran's would-be assassin belonged to Tyrion, starting a conflict that eventually snowballs into the War of the Five Kings.
24th Dec '16 4:19:50 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ComicBook/HowardTheDuck's enemy Doctor Bong got his start this way. After his mother told him how powerful written word could be, he was able to use slanderous writing to make anyone look bad. (For instance, he was able to make his entire school believe a teacher was some immoral drug fiend, when in fact, said teacher had used an illegal stimulant once in his life.) Exactly how he made the jump from "sleazy teen paparazzi" to "MadScientist with a knack for genetics and sonic weapons" is a mystery.
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