History Main / MoralEventHorizon

21st Jul '16 9:05:43 PM MsChibi
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* SuicideIsShameful: Suicide is considered a Moral Event Horizon crossover. (See also DespairEventHorizon).
17th Jul '16 9:48:23 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* FauxAffablyEvil: Most AffablyEvil characters can become this when they cross the Moral Event Horizon.

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* FauxAffablyEvil: Most Many AffablyEvil characters can become this when they cross the Moral Event Horizon.
14th Jul '16 9:51:38 AM MsChibi
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* MattressTagGag: Almost always PlayedForLaughs. The act of removing the tag from one's mattress or pillow is considered a deplorable and horrifying act by other characters.
13th Jul '16 11:36:18 AM Mhazard
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When a hero crosses a Moral Event Horizon and becomes questionable whether they can still be qualified as a hero, this is DesignationHero.

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When a hero crosses a Moral Event Horizon and becomes questionable whether they can still be qualified as a hero, this is DesignationHero.
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13th Jul '16 11:35:28 AM Mhazard
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When a hero crosses a Moral Event Horizon and becomes questionable whether they can still be qualified as a hero, this is DesignationHero.


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* RevengeByProxy: Exacting revenge on someone innocent is treated as a Moral Event Horizon.


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* ThenLetMeBeEvil: Deeming someone as evil, and they decide to become evil.
11th Jul '16 5:47:35 PM MsChibi
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* DefiledForever: In a setting where SexIsEvil and/or where NatureAdoresAVirgin.
5th Jul '16 8:36:20 AM Peridonyx
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* Johnathan Coachman crossed it when he punished Wrestling/JohnCena and his father, a non-wrestler, for double-teaming Wrestling/RandyOrton (despite it only being in both self-defense and retaliation for Orton's own (repeated) aggression against the father), by making Cena watch his father get brutalized (once again) in a match with Orton. Then, when Cena understandably attacked Coachman in grief and rage, Coachman tried to strip Cena of his title as further punishment, even mocking him for foolishly rendering his father's beating pointless (part of the stipulation was that Cena would've been stripped anyway if his father had refused to wrestle).

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* Johnathan Jonathan Coachman crossed it when he punished during his DisproportionateRetribution phase against Wrestling/JohnCena and his father, a father -- an elderly non-wrestler, by the way -- for double-teaming invoking admittedly NecessaryEvil extremes against Wrestling/RandyOrton (despite it only being in both self-defense and retaliation for Orton's own (repeated) aggression against repeatedly terrorizing them at the father), by making Cena watch his father get brutalized (once again) in a match with Orton. Then, when Cena understandably attacked Coachman in grief and rage, Coachman tried to strip Cena of his title as further punishment, even mocking him for foolishly rendering his father's beating pointless (part of the stipulation was that Cena would've been stripped anyway if his father had refused to wrestle).time.
5th Jul '16 8:26:27 AM Peridonyx
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* Johnathan Coachman crossed it when he punished Wrestling/JohnCena and his father, a non-wrestler, for double-teaming Wrestling/RandyOrton (despite it being in both self-defense and retaliation for Orton's own (repeated) aggression against the father) by making Cena watch his father get brutalized (again) in a match with Orton. Then, when Cena understandably attacked Coachman in grief and rage, Coachman tried to strip Cena of his title as further punishment, even mocking him for foolishly rendering his father's beating pointless (Part of the stipulation was that Cena would've been stripped anyway if his father had refused to wrestle.).

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* Johnathan Coachman crossed it when he punished Wrestling/JohnCena and his father, a non-wrestler, for double-teaming Wrestling/RandyOrton (despite it only being in both self-defense and retaliation for Orton's own (repeated) aggression against the father) father), by making Cena watch his father get brutalized (again) (once again) in a match with Orton. Then, when Cena understandably attacked Coachman in grief and rage, Coachman tried to strip Cena of his title as further punishment, even mocking him for foolishly rendering his father's beating pointless (Part (part of the stipulation was that Cena would've been stripped anyway if his father had refused to wrestle.).wrestle).
8th Jun '16 1:08:26 PM DoctorTItanX
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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: A Heel-Face turn and/or an apology is ''attempted'', but for whatever reason(s) is rejected; in other words, it's too little, too late.

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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: A Heel-Face turn and/or an apology is ''attempted'', but for whatever reason(s) is rejected; in other words, it's too little, too late.late, and beyond.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: A villain isn't considered purely evil because he avoids crossing the Moral Event Horizon.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: A villain isn't considered purely purely, irredeemably evil because he avoids crossing the Moral Event Horizon.
26th Apr '16 2:22:21 PM MsChibi
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* HeelFaceDoorSlam: A Heel-Face turn and/or an apology is ''attempted'', but for whatever reason(s) is rejected; in other words, it's too little, too late.
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