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6th Feb '18 10:23:20 PM BoukenDutch
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* ''Literature/TheEyesOfTheDragon'': Discussed and averted near the end of the story. During the night Peter attempts his escape, Thomas sleepwalks again and ends up in the secret passage, where he wakes up due to a tower named The Church of the Gods collapsing because of a storm. The narrator points out that in Delain people still believe that waking a sleepwalker before they get back to their bed will cause them to go mad, but Thomas proves this is not the case since he only has a bad scare about waking up in the passage but quickly realizes where he is.
9th Jan '18 9:53:18 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'': In the episode ''Gekko and the Snore A Saurus'', the heroes have to defend a sleepwalking Cameron against Luna Girl. Naturally, they are convinced that they shouldn't wake him up".
5th Nov '17 12:28:34 PM CJCroen1393
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* Also averted in an episode of ''Series/HannahMontana''. When Miley starts sleepwalking, her friends and brother repeatedly try to wake her up so that she stops, but for the most part she keeps doing it. At one point, her brother Jackson comments that you're "supposed to wake a sleepwalker ''gently''".

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* Also averted in an episode of ''Series/HannahMontana''. When Miley starts sleepwalking, her friends and brother repeatedly try to wake her up so that she stops, but for the most part she keeps doing it.it (and when they ''do'' succeed in waking her, she's perfectly fine--though she gets into a LOT of trouble given that she just [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments badmouthed her teacher in her sleep]]). At one point, her brother Jackson comments that you're "supposed to wake a sleepwalker ''gently''".
2nd Nov '17 5:31:29 PM Eievie
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Did you know that waking up a [[{{Sleepwalking}} Sleepwalker]] will cause severe shock and even DEATH to the person?

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Did you know that waking up a [[{{Sleepwalking}} Sleepwalker]] will cause severe shock and even DEATH ''death'' to the person?
2nd Nov '17 5:30:56 PM Eievie
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2nd Nov '17 5:29:41 PM Eievie
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2nd Nov '17 7:46:36 AM CosmicFerret
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* Conversely, there have been cases of sleepwalkers reacting violently when loved ones have tried to wake them up, even going so far as to kill people without even coming close to waking up. For this reason, it is recommended that those encountering a sleepwalker should gently guide them back to bed rather than try to rouse them.
26th Oct '17 11:12:34 AM ChronoLegion
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* Averted in the Russian series ''Wolf Messing: Seeing through Time''. Wolf's mother is concerned that he walks in his sleep and doesn't respond to her voice. When she speaks of it to her rabbi, he explains that Wolf is a sleepwalker and tells her to fill a container with water and place it by the window, where Wolf sleepwalks to every night. This should snap him out of it. It works, although Wolf is confused why he's standing ankle-deep in water.
25th Oct '17 10:31:10 PM BoukenDutch
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*''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'': In ''Zari'', at the start of the episode, Stein warns Nate against waking up the sleepwalking Amaya, mainly because during her sleep she used her totom to summon the spirit of a spider, and is using it's powers to climb the ceiling. Nate wakes her up anyway, which causes her to fall down.
10th Oct '17 7:28:31 PM NegiSpongie
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* The ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "Don't Wake Patrick" has [=SpongeBob=] following a sleepwalking Patrick around Bikini Bottom to try and bring him home. In this case, [=SpongeBob=] actually did try to wake him up, but Patrick is a HeavySleeper.
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