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** Episode 7 and 8 are the two-part Winter Solstice episode that introduces the Spirit World, Aang's ability to talk to past Avatars, and the coming of Sozin's Comet. The series jumps from "Let's take [[TheChick Katara]] to learn Waterbending" to "kill [[BigBad Ozai]] in a year or the world gets destroyed".
** ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Episode 6 has Amon and his Equalists perform a terrorist attack, blowing up the pro-bending arena, right after Amon de-bends one of the pro-bending teams and announces the beginning of the war between him plus his followers and benders. At this point the series is less about the acclimating Korra and more about the conflicts and secrets with the upper echelon of Republic City, which is also why the pro-bending sub-plot ends there.
** Korra Season 2 Episode 6 is the proper twist revealing that Varrick is not to be trusted and that Korra has lost her memories. Episode 7 is still significant as its the beginning of a two part special where Korra gets her memories back by reliving the story of the first Avatar.

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** Episode Episodes 7 and 8 are the two-part Winter Solstice "Winter Solstice" episode that introduces the Spirit World, Aang's [[KidHero Aang]]'s ability to talk to past Avatars, and the coming of Sozin's Comet. The series jumps goal of the characters solidly shifts from "Let's slowly teaching Aang all the elements to a RaceAgainstTheClock where they need to take [[TheChick Katara]] to learn Waterbending" to "kill down [[BigBad Ozai]] in a year or the world gets destroyed".
destroyed.
** The tenth episode of the second season ("The Library") has the group discover that firebenders lose their abilities during a solar eclipse, and that one is scheduled to occur within a few months, before the arrival of Sozin's Comet.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Episode 6 of the first season ("And The Winner Is...") has Amon and his Equalists perform a terrorist attack, blowing up attack on the pro-bending arena, right after Amon de-bends one of the pro-bending teams and announces with him formally announcing the beginning of the war between him plus his followers non-benders and benders. At this point the series is less about the The focus shifts from acclimating Korra to Republic City to stopping Amon and more learning about the conflicts and secrets with conflicts/secrets within the upper echelon echelons of Republic City, which is also why the pro-bending sub-plot ends there.
** Korra Season 2 Episode 6
metropolis. The following episode, entitled "The Aftermath" reveals that Asami's father is a high-ranking member of the proper twist revealing Equalists and has Lin Beifong resign as chief of police.
** The sixth episode of ''Korra'''s second season ("The Sting") reveals
that Varrick is not to be trusted trusted, and that has been exacerbating the Water Tribe Civil War [[WarForFunAndProfit for his own gain]]. The episode also ends with Korra has lost being attacked by a dark spirit and losing her memories. Episode 7 The following episode is still significant as its the beginning start of a two part special where two-parter ("Beginnings") that has Korra gets get her memories back by reliving the story of the first Avatar.
12th Mar '18 3:41:49 PM RacattackForce
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** The show began with [[KidHero Steven]] and the Crystal Gems, who seemed to be the LastOfTheirKind, fighting monsters or interacting with normal people in magical ways. In the middle of the first season (episodes 25 and 26), a two-parter suddenly introduced a new and powerful Gem named [[MakingASplash Lapis Lazuli]] as an AntiVillain, who implies that the Crystal Gems shouldn't be trusted before flying off into space, revealing their species' alien nature and hinting that there might be more Gems out there. Also, those monsters that they fight? [[WasOnceAMan They used to be Gems, too]].
** Season 2 focuses on the Crystal Gems trying to tie up all the loose ends left from the first season, which includes catching Peridot, one of the villains that escaped during the season one finale. The Gems succeed about two-thirds of the way into the season... only to find themselves in an EnemyMine situation with Peridot to stop the Cluster, a monster that could easily cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, all while Peridot undergoes a gradual HeelFaceTurn.

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** The show began with [[KidHero Steven]] and the Crystal Gems, who seemed to be the LastOfTheirKind, fighting monsters or interacting with normal people in magical ways. In the middle of the first season (episodes 25 and 26), a Season 1's "Mirror Gem"/"Ocean Gem" two-parter suddenly introduced a new and powerful Gem named [[MakingASplash Lapis Lazuli]] as an AntiVillain, who implies that the Crystal Gems shouldn't be trusted before flying off into space, revealing their species' alien nature and hinting that there might be more the Crystal Gems out there. Also, those aren't the LastOfTheirKind. The two-parter also reveals that the monsters that they fight? they've been fighting [[WasOnceAMan They used to be Gems, too]].
** Season 2 focuses 2's "Catch and Release". Until then, the season had focused on the Crystal Gems trying to tie up all the loose ends left from the first previous season, which includes catching Peridot, one Peridot (one of the villains that escaped during the season one finale. The Gems succeed about two-thirds of the way into the season... finale). This episode has them succeed... only to find themselves in entering an EnemyMine situation with Peridot the Homeworld Gem to stop the Cluster, a monster that could easily cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, all while Peridot undergoes a gradual HeelFaceTurn.
12th Mar '18 3:35:28 PM RacattackForce
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** After the first five episodes finish most of the storylines from the second season, the third season is relatively calm for about ten episodes, with a sub-arc of plots related to [[RagsToRiches Greg suddenly getting rich from one of his songs]]. Then "Monster Reunion" finally reveals Homeworld's final attack on Earth to be what corrupted most gems there into monsters. In the very next episode, "Alone at Sea", Jasper returns after [[NeverFoundTheBody falling into a crack in the earth]], and becomes the ArcVillain for the rest of the season.
** The fourth season is also relatively calm for about ten episodes at the start. Then, in "Steven's Dream," [[spoiler: Blue Diamond visits Earth to mourn Pink Diamond, and while there, she meets Greg, becomes fascinated with him, and decides to take him back with her to Pink Diamond's Human Zoo, forcing the Crystal Gems to go into space to rescue him. Over the course of the next few episodes, they succeed, but Blue gains a newfound fascination with the human race, which along with her desire to preserve Pink's legacy, leads her and Yellow Diamond to come up with new plans- though their next course of action hasn't been revealed yet, it's implied that they're intending to kidnap more humans to "preserve" Pink Diamond's legacy from being destroyed by the Cluster, as they're unaware that the Cluster stopped itself from emerging.]]

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** After the first five episodes finish most of the storylines from the second season, the third season is relatively calm for about ten episodes, with a sub-arc of plots related to [[RagsToRiches Greg suddenly getting rich from one of his songs]]. Then Season 3's "Monster Reunion" finally reveals Homeworld's final attack on Earth to be what corrupted most gems there into monsters. In the The very next episode, "Alone at Sea", has Jasper returns return after [[NeverFoundTheBody falling into a crack in the earth]], and becomes becoming the ArcVillain for the rest of the season.
** The fourth season is also relatively calm for about ten episodes at the start. Then, in Season 4's "Steven's Dream," Dream" has [[spoiler: Blue Diamond visits visit Earth to mourn Pink Diamond, and while there, she meets meet Greg, who she becomes fascinated with him, and decides to take him back with her to Pink Diamond's Human Zoo, forcing the Crystal Gems to go into space to rescue him. Over the course of the next few episodes, they succeed, but Blue gains a newfound fascination with the human race, which along with her desire to preserve Pink's legacy, leads her and Yellow Diamond to come up with new plans- though their next course of action hasn't been revealed yet, it's implied that they're intending to kidnap more humans to "preserve" Pink Diamond's legacy from being destroyed by the Cluster, as they're unaware that human disappearance arc at the Cluster stopped itself from emerging.end of the season.]]
12th Mar '18 3:29:24 PM RacattackForce
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* In Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' in "The Shell", Gumball accidentally causes her shell to have a crack which she reveals that it contains her true form. Gumball insisted Penny should come out of her shell despite her father forbidding her to do so and out of concern that Gumball may not like how she looks, she did and Penny reveals herself as a shapeshifting fairy but she runs away when she thought Gumball was thinking she looked bad but Gumball actually ''loves'' her true form. When Gumball managed to get to her after calling out her father for making her feel very insecure to the point of calling her a monster, Gumball finally confessed his feelings to her and they finally share their OfficialKiss and become a couple with her true form now permanent from then on.



* The ''WesternAnimation/ElenaOfAvalor'' Season 1 special "Realm of the Jaquins" (episode 22) ends with Elena facing a test: face a darkness rising somewhere and defeat it, or she'll never be queen of Avalor. That darkness is revealed to be her old foe Shuriki, restored to her youth and gaining her powers back with apprentices Victor and Carla Delgado, which sets up the arc for the second season.
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has "Not What He Seems" (Season 2, Episode 11), which reveals that [[spoiler: the portal in basement was a gateway to other dimensions and that Grunkle Stan has been working for 30 years in order to bring his twin brother back from the other side. Said twin brother being the author of the journals, whom the other characters have been trying to figure out the identity of since the beginning of the series. The following episode then reveals that Grunkle Stan actually faked his own death and has been [[DeadPersonImpersonation using his brother's]] [[MySiblingWillLiveThroughMe identity ever since]]]]. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen This twist was initially planned]] as the second season ''finale'' until it was decided to accelerate the show's MythArc so it could end at two seasons instead of three.



* In Season 2 of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'', in "The Rise of Scar" (episode 5) Kion ends up using the Roar of the Elders in fury, and the hyenas throw the staff of Rafiki's apprentice Makini into the volcano to summon Simba's old enemy Scar as their spirit guide, which sets up the arc for the remainder of the season. In "Divide and Conquer" (episode 16), Kion manages to witness Scar just before he disappears.



* Seasons 3 and 4 of ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' both follow this:
** In season 3, "Minding The Manor" (the 5th episode) sets up the Secret Library arc, while episode 6, "The Secret Library" starts it up. Episode 14 , "The Secret Library: Olaf And The Tale Of Miss Nettle", has Miss Nettle pulling a heel face turn.
** In season 4, the movie "The Mystic Isles", (episode 5), sets up the Mystic Isles arc while episode 6 (subtitled "The Great Protector") builds on the movie. Episode 14 (subtitled "The Falcon's Eye) sets up the Wicked Nine arc for the Mystic Isles.



* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** The show began with [[KidHero Steven]] and the Crystal Gems, who seemed to be the LastOfTheirKind, fighting monsters or interacting with normal people in magical ways. In the middle of the first season (episodes 25 and 26), a two-parter suddenly introduced a new and powerful Gem named [[MakingASplash Lapis Lazuli]] as an AntiVillain, who implies that the Crystal Gems shouldn't be trusted before flying off into space, revealing their species' alien nature and hinting that there might be more Gems out there. Also, those monsters that they fight? [[WasOnceAMan They used to be Gems, too]].
** Season 2 focuses on the Crystal Gems trying to tie up all the loose ends left from the first season, which includes catching Peridot, one of the villains that escaped during the season one finale. The Gems succeed about two-thirds of the way into the season... only to find themselves in an EnemyMine situation with Peridot to stop the Cluster, a monster that could easily cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, all while Peridot undergoes a gradual HeelFaceTurn.
** After the first five episodes finish most of the storylines from the second season, the third season is relatively calm for about ten episodes, with a sub-arc of plots related to [[RagsToRiches Greg suddenly getting rich from one of his songs]]. Then "Monster Reunion" finally reveals Homeworld's final attack on Earth to be what corrupted most gems there into monsters. In the very next episode, "Alone at Sea", Jasper returns after [[NeverFoundTheBody falling into a crack in the earth]], and becomes the ArcVillain for the rest of the season.
** The fourth season is also relatively calm for about ten episodes at the start. Then, in "Steven's Dream," [[spoiler: Blue Diamond visits Earth to mourn Pink Diamond, and while there, she meets Greg, becomes fascinated with him, and decides to take him back with her to Pink Diamond's Human Zoo, forcing the Crystal Gems to go into space to rescue him. Over the course of the next few episodes, they succeed, but Blue gains a newfound fascination with the human race, which along with her desire to preserve Pink's legacy, leads her and Yellow Diamond to come up with new plans- though their next course of action hasn't been revealed yet, it's implied that they're intending to kidnap more humans to "preserve" Pink Diamond's legacy from being destroyed by the Cluster, as they're unaware that the Cluster stopped itself from emerging.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has "Not What He Seems" (Season 2, Episode 11), which reveals that [[spoiler: the portal in basement was a gateway to other dimensions and that Grunkle Stan has been working for 30 years in order to bring his twin brother back from the other side. Said twin brother being the author of the journals, whom the other characters have been trying to figure out the identity of since the beginning of the series. The following episode then reveals that Grunkle Stan actually faked his own death and has been [[DeadPersonImpersonation using his brother's]] [[MySiblingWillLiveThroughMe identity ever since]]]]. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen This twist was initially planned]] as the second season ''finale'' until it was decided to accelerate the show's MythArc so it could end at two seasons instead of three.
* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** The show began with [[KidHero Steven]] and the Crystal Gems, who seemed to be the LastOfTheirKind, fighting monsters or interacting with normal people in magical ways. In the middle of the first season (episodes 25 and 26), a two-parter suddenly introduced a new and powerful Gem named [[MakingASplash Lapis Lazuli]] as an AntiVillain, who implies that the Crystal Gems shouldn't be trusted before flying off into space, revealing their species' alien nature and hinting that there might be more Gems out there. Also, those monsters that they fight? [[WasOnceAMan They used to be Gems, too]].
** Season 2 focuses on the Crystal Gems trying to tie up all the loose ends left from the first season, which includes catching Peridot, one of the villains that escaped during the season one finale. The Gems succeed about two-thirds of the way into the season... only to find themselves in an EnemyMine situation with Peridot to stop the Cluster, a monster that could easily cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, all while Peridot undergoes a gradual HeelFaceTurn.
** After the first five episodes finish most of the storylines from the second season, the third season is relatively calm for about ten episodes, with a sub-arc of plots related to [[RagsToRiches Greg suddenly getting rich from one of his songs]]. Then "Monster Reunion" finally reveals Homeworld's final attack on Earth to be what corrupted most gems there into monsters. In the very next episode, "Alone at Sea", Jasper returns after [[NeverFoundTheBody falling into a crack in the earth]], and becomes the ArcVillain for the rest of the season.
** The fourth season is also relatively calm for about ten episodes at the start. Then, in "Steven's Dream," [[spoiler: Blue Diamond visits Earth to mourn Pink Diamond, and while there, she meets Greg, becomes fascinated with him, and decides to take him back with her to Pink Diamond's Human Zoo, forcing the Crystal Gems to go into space to rescue him. Over the course of the next few episodes, they succeed, but Blue gains a newfound fascination with the human race, which along with her desire to preserve Pink's legacy, leads her and Yellow Diamond to come up with new plans- though their next course of action hasn't been revealed yet, it's implied that they're intending to kidnap more humans to "preserve" Pink Diamond's legacy from being destroyed by the Cluster, as they're unaware that the Cluster stopped itself from emerging.]]
* In Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' in "The Shell", Gumball accidentally causes her shell to have a crack which she reveals that it contains her true form. Gumball insisted Penny should come out of her shell despite her father forbidding her to do so and out of concern that Gumball may not like how she looks, she did and Penny reveals herself as a shapeshifting fairy but she runs away when she thought Gumball was thinking she looked bad but Gumball actually ''loves'' her true form. When Gumball managed to get to her after calling out her father for making her feel very insecure to the point of calling her a monster, Gumball finally confessed his feelings to her and they finally share their OfficialKiss and become a couple with her true form now permanent from then on.
* Seasons 3 and 4 of ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' both follow this:
** In season 3, "Minding The Manor" (the 5th episode) sets up the Secret Library arc, while episode 6, "The Secret Library" starts it up. Episode 14 , "The Secret Library: Olaf And The Tale Of Miss Nettle", has Miss Nettle pulling a heel face turn.
** In season 4, the movie "The Mystic Isles", (episode 5), sets up the Mystic Isles arc while episode 6 (subtitled "The Great Protector") builds on the movie. Episode 14 (subtitled "The Falcon's Eye) sets up the Wicked Nine arc for the Mystic Isles.
* The ''WesternAnimation/ElenaOfAvalor'' Season 1 special "Realm of the Jaquins" (episode 22) ends with Elena facing a test: face a darkness rising somewhere and defeat it, or she'll never be queen of Avalor. That darkness is revealed to be her old foe Shuriki, restored to her youth and gaining her powers back with apprentices Victor and Carla Delgado, which sets up the arc for the second season.
* In Season 2 of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'', in "The Rise of Scar" (episode 5) Kion ends up using the Roar of the Elders in fury, and the hyenas throw the staff of Rafiki's apprentice Makini into the volcano to summon Simba's old enemy Scar as their spirit guide, which sets up the arc for the remainder of the season. In "Divide and Conquer" (episode 16), Kion manages to witness Scar just before he disappears.
8th Mar '18 8:23:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''TronUprising'' episode 7 has Beck getting his hands on a dangerous UpgradeArtifact and using it despite Tron's warnings. WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity ensues, resulting in Beck nearly getting Able killed.

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* ''TronUprising'' ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' episode 7 has Beck getting his hands on a dangerous UpgradeArtifact and using it despite Tron's warnings. WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity ensues, resulting in Beck nearly getting Able killed.
5th Mar '18 9:11:04 PM nombretomado
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* For a mostly stand alone cartoon, ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' shook things up a bit in the 7th episode of its second season, "Enter the Fly." Baxter Stockman is permanently mutated into a fly creature, Bebop and Rocksteady returned as the Shredder's main henchmen after spending the entire first half of the season [[OutOfFocus on the sidelines]], and Shredder attempts to draw the Turtles out by actually trying to '''kill''' April by lethally poisoning her.

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* For a mostly stand alone cartoon, ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' shook things up a bit in the 7th episode of its second season, "Enter the Fly." Baxter Stockman is permanently mutated into a fly creature, Bebop and Rocksteady returned as the Shredder's main henchmen after spending the entire first half of the season [[OutOfFocus on the sidelines]], and Shredder attempts to draw the Turtles out by actually trying to '''kill''' April by lethally poisoning her.
26th Feb '18 8:59:06 PM TrendingToon1
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* The ''WesternAnimation/ElenaOfAvalor'' Season 1 special "Realm of the Jaquins" (episode 22) ends with Elena facing a test: face a darkness rising somewhere and defeat it, or she'll never be queen of Avalor. That darkness is revealed to be her old foe Shuriki, restored to her youth and gaining her powers back with apprentices Victor and Carla Delgado, which sets up the arc for the second season.
* In Season 2 of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'', in "The Rise of Scar" (episode 5) Kion ends up using the Roar of the Elders in fury, and the hyenas throw the staff of Rafiki's apprentice Makini into the volcano to summon Simba's old enemy Scar as their spirit guide, which sets up the arc for the remainder of the season. In "Divide and Conquer" (episode 16), Kion manages to witness Scar just before he disappears.
3rd Feb '18 8:24:34 PM DoctorCooper
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** Season 1: The Reverse-Flash is [[spoiler:Dr. Wells]].
** Season 2: Zoom uses the fact that [[IHaveYourWife he's holding Wells' daughter hostage]] in order to force him to steal Barry's speed for him.

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** Season 1: The Reverse-Flash is [[spoiler:Dr. Wells]].
[[spoiler:"Dr. Wells"]].
** Season 2: Zoom uses the fact that [[IHaveYourWife he's holding Harry Wells' daughter hostage]] in order to force him to steal Barry's speed for him.him.
** Season 3: Alchemy is [[spoiler:Julian Albert, and he has been possessed by Savitar.]]
24th Jan '18 8:21:52 PM infernape612
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* ''VideoGame/AgeOfEmpiresIII'''

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* ''VideoGame/AgeOfEmpiresIII'''''VideoGame/AgeOfEmpiresIII''



** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Genealogy of the Holy War]]'', Chapter 6 (which is technically the seventh map) reveals that [[spoiler:following Sigurd's death, Arvis has taken over the known world. Fortunately, seventeen years down the line, Sigurd's son Seliph is all grown-up and ready to pick up where Dad left off.]]
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Binding Blade]]'', Chapter 7 and 8 TheStarscream in Hector's court make his move to overthrow Ostia and sell out [[TheAlliance Lycia]] to [[TheEmpire Bern]]. If you're lucky, defeating this rebellion will put you on the path to reclaiming the legendary sword Durandal - thus beginning [[GuideDangIt the Divine Weapons sidequest required to get the True Ending]].
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Blazing Sword]]'', Chapter 7 is the first time we are introduced to the struggle between the Black Fang and Ninian and Nils, which is the major plot for most of the game. Eliwood and Hector, the game's [[PowerTrio other two protagonists]] make cameo appearances in the same chapter.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar Genealogy of the Holy War]]'', Chapter 6 (which is technically the seventh map) reveals that [[spoiler:following Sigurd's death, Arvis has taken over the known world. Fortunately, seventeen years down the line, Sigurd's son Seliph is all grown-up and ready to pick up where Dad left off.]]
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBindingBlade The Binding Blade]]'', Chapter 7 and 8 see TheStarscream in Hector's court make his move to overthrow Ostia and sell out [[TheAlliance Lycia]] to [[TheEmpire Bern]]. If you're lucky, defeating this rebellion will put you on the path to reclaiming the legendary sword Durandal - thus beginning [[GuideDangIt the Divine Weapons sidequest required to get the True Ending]].
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade The Blazing Sword]]'', Blade]]'', Chapter 7 is the first time we are introduced to the struggle between the Black Fang and Ninian and Nils, which is the major plot for most of the game. Eliwood and Hector, the game's [[PowerTrio other two protagonists]] make cameo appearances in the same chapter.



** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'':
*** In ''Path of Radiance'', Chapter 7 is when the split-up Greil Mercenaries regroup. Some hours after the battle ends, [[spoiler:Greil fights and is killed by the Black Knight, forcing Ike to go from rookie mercenary to the company's commander at the beginning of Chapter 8]].
*** In ''Radiant Dawn'', Chapter 7 is when Tormod reunites with Sothe, and informs him that the evil doers in Begnion are led by a sect of Senators, not the Apostle Sanaki. The reveal of the rift in Begnion's leadership defines the politics of most of the game. Like the ''Blazing Sword'' example, this is really a teaser that becomes more important after the extended prologue.

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'':
***
In ''Path ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance Path of Radiance'', Radiance]]'', Chapter 7 is when the split-up Greil Mercenaries regroup. Some hours after the battle ends, [[spoiler:Greil fights and is killed by the Black Knight, forcing Ike to go from rookie mercenary to the company's commander at the beginning of Chapter 8]].
*** ** In ''Radiant Dawn'', ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn Radiant Dawn]]'', Chapter 7 is when Tormod reunites with Sothe, and informs him that the evil doers in Begnion are led by a sect of Senators, not the Apostle Sanaki. The reveal of the rift in Begnion's leadership defines the politics of most of the game. Like the ''Blazing Sword'' Blade'' example, this is really a teaser that becomes more important after the extended prologue.
5th Jan '18 2:21:32 PM Q4
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** Season 2: Episode 7 as aired.[[note]]Officially episode 8, but the first two were combined into a double-length premiere for broadcast.[[/note]] Shawn's back, and he's got a few awkward questions.

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** Season 2: Episode 7 as aired.[[note]]Officially episode 8, but the first two were combined into a double-length premiere for broadcast.[[/note]] Shawn's back, and he's got a few awkward questions.back.
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