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3rd May '16 12:48:14 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** Harry is initially concerned that Voldemort has done this with his horcruxes, possibly using old tin cans or a boot and making them nearly impossible to find. Dumbledore points out Voldemort's need to be special wouldn't allow him to put them in anything other than valuable, unique objects.

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** Harry is initially concerned that Voldemort has done this with his horcruxes, [[SoulJar Horcruxes]], possibly using an old tin cans can or a boot and making them nearly impossible to find. Dumbledore points out that Voldemort's need to be special narcissism wouldn't allow him to put them store pieces of his soul in anything other than valuable, unique objects.
2nd May '16 2:44:17 PM KatanaCat
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Steven and the Stevens", the legendary glass of time is hidden in an underwater temple filled with dozens of fake timeglasses. Grabing the wrong one causes the windows to vanish, transforming the temple into a DrowningPit. Implied to be a SecretTestofCharacter, as the device is shown to have enormous TimeCrash-inducing potential even in the hands of good-natured Steven. Dozens of alternate Stevens get killed through TemporalParadox -- and each one may have taken an ''[[ExpendableAlternateUniverse entire timeline]]'' with them. [[RewardingInactivity The only winning move was not to play.]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Steven and the Stevens", the legendary glass of time is hidden in an underwater temple filled with dozens of fake timeglasses. Grabing Grabbing the wrong one causes the windows to vanish, transforming the temple into a DrowningPit. Implied to be a SecretTestofCharacter, SecretTestOfCharacter, as the device is shown to have enormous TimeCrash-inducing potential even in the hands of good-natured Steven. Dozens of alternate Stevens get killed through TemporalParadox -- and each one may have taken an ''[[ExpendableAlternateUniverse entire timeline]]'' with them. [[RewardingInactivity The only winning move was not to play.]]
2nd May '16 2:21:18 PM KatanaCat
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** * Another episode had Cosmo and Wanda, at one point, search for their wands amongst a bunch of fake wands owned by Tootie.

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** * Another episode had Cosmo and Wanda, at one point, search for their wands amongst a bunch of fake wands owned by Tootie.
2nd May '16 2:19:47 PM KatanaCat
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' had Cosmo and Wanda, at one point, search for their wands amongst a bunch of fake wands owned by Tootie.


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** * Another episode had Cosmo and Wanda, at one point, search for their wands amongst a bunch of fake wands owned by Tootie.
2nd May '16 2:18:29 PM KatanaCat
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* In ep 22 of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the legendary glass of time is hidden in an underwater temple filled with dozens of fake timeglasses. Grabing the wrong one causes the windows to vanish, transforming the temple into a DrowningPit. Implied to be a SecretTestofCharacter, as the device is shown to have enormous TimeCrash -inducing potential even in the hands of good-natured Steven. Dozens of alternate Stevens get killed through TemporalParadox -- and each one may have taken an ''[[ExpendableAlternateUniverse entire timeline]]'' with them. [[RewardingInactivity The only winning move was not to play.]]

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* In ep 22 of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Steven and the Stevens", the legendary glass of time is hidden in an underwater temple filled with dozens of fake timeglasses. Grabing the wrong one causes the windows to vanish, transforming the temple into a DrowningPit. Implied to be a SecretTestofCharacter, as the device is shown to have enormous TimeCrash -inducing TimeCrash-inducing potential even in the hands of good-natured Steven. Dozens of alternate Stevens get killed through TemporalParadox -- and each one may have taken an ''[[ExpendableAlternateUniverse entire timeline]]'' with them. [[RewardingInactivity The only winning move was not to play.]]



* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' had Scrooge McDuck mark the entrance to a leprechaun's hidden passageway with a handkerchief tied to a branch and he forbade the leprechaun from messing with it. So the leprechaun marked all of the surrounding trees in the same way, instead.

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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' had Scrooge McDuck [=McDuck=] mark the entrance to a leprechaun's hidden passageway with a handkerchief tied to a branch and he forbade the leprechaun from messing with it. So the leprechaun marked all of the surrounding trees in the same way, instead.
11th Apr '16 12:44:10 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''ReturnToOz'', there's a scene where Dorothy had to rescue the Scarecrow (and her friends who'd previously failed the test), who'd been turned into an ornament- in a large room filled with various ornaments. And if she picked the wrong one three times, ''she'd'' get turned into an ornament too. The clue was [[spoiler:the correct objects were all green]].

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* In ''ReturnToOz'', ''Film/ReturnToOz'', there's a scene where Dorothy had to rescue the Scarecrow (and her friends who'd previously failed the test), who'd been turned into an ornament- in a large room filled with various ornaments. And if she picked the wrong one three times, ''she'd'' get turned into an ornament too. The clue was [[spoiler:the correct objects were all green]].
2nd Apr '16 7:59:24 PM FordPrefect
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* ''Film/{{Assassins}}. While being chased by police including helicopter units, SlyvesterStallone's character hides a stolen taxi cab among a bunch of other cabs at their terminal, then climbs into another cab as a passenger and rides it out of there.

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* ''Film/{{Assassins}}. While being chased by police including helicopter units, SlyvesterStallone's SylvesterStallone's character hides a stolen taxi cab among a bunch of other cabs at their terminal, then climbs into another cab as a passenger and rides it out of there.
26th Mar '16 5:59:16 PM JackG
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* ''Film/{{Assassins}}. While being chased by police including helicopter units, SlyvesterStallone's character hides a stolen taxi cab among a bunch of other cabs at their terminal, then climbs into another cab as a passenger and rides it out of there.
15th Mar '16 3:23:13 PM konekootome
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' fanfic ''FanFic/OffTheLine'', Cloud uses an enchanted necklace that turns him into a woman to hide from bounty hunters and visit a city in peace. It works because the Viera are mostly female and Cloud stands out for being the only male Viera in Gaia Online.

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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' fanfic ''FanFic/OffTheLine'', Cloud uses an enchanted necklace that turns him into a woman to hide from bounty hunters and visit a city in peace. It works because the Viera are mostly female and Cloud stands out for being the only male Viera in Gaia Online. While this works for a while, it backfires after Cloud gets caught because bounty hunters start killing Viera woman because one of them could be Cloud in disguise.
7th Feb '16 2:48:13 PM Kirayoshi
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* Subverted in ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'': During John Byrne's run on the title, ComicBook/{{Joker}} kidnapped Lois Lane, Perry White and Jimmy Olson, then sent a message to Superman that his friends were trapped in lead-lined coffins in three different locations in the city, where they would suffocate if Superman didn't act fast. Joker actually had Superman's friends with him on a train heading out of Metroplolis; he reasoned that the lead lined coffins would make finding the coffins difficult for Superman since his x-ray vision wouldn't work on them, but instead the opposite proved to be true; the lead lined coffins stuck out like sore thumbs. He was able to find Joker and his hostages with ease from there.
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