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9th Dec '16 6:34:50 PM iroanxi
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* ''FanFic/ThisBites'':
** Intent on getting the fight with Luffy that he has waited for without Lucci getting in the way, [[BloodKnight Jabra]] takes out [[ThinkingUpPortals Blueno]] before he can regroup and report back to Spandam, solving the Straw-Hats' problem of the foolproof backup plan to get Robin out of their reach.
** The fact that Jabra kept [[spoiler:a Six Powers cheat sheet]] in his room for review greatly helped Boss when he got his flippers on it.
** Thanks to Spandam having such a [[ItsAllAboutMe superiority complex]] that he kept an operational black book for [=CP9=], ''a black-ops organisation whose actions are all but clandestine'', in his possession, Cross is able to broadcast [[spoiler:on the SBS]] enough DirtyBusiness to permanently tarnish the WG's reputation.
** During their CatFight, Kalifa attempts to use her Bubble-Bubble Fruit to wash Nami's mind blank of any thoughts, but all she ends up doing is washing away all of Nami's stress instead. As such later, [[spoiler:she doesn't hesitate to jump into the churning waters between the Tower of Justice and the Bridge of Hesitation, in order to get to and activate the controls that close the Gates of Justice.]]
5th Dec '16 1:26:52 PM N8han11
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** In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', [[BigBad Amon]] uses his powers to remove [[PhysicalGod Avatar]] [[TheProtagonist Korra's]] ability to bend [[ElementalPowers water, earth, and fire]]. the elements she had mastered. He also inadvertently unlocked her ability to bend air, and to connect to her former lives, one of which gave her back all her bending, plus the ability to restore the bending of anyone else Amon had "equalised." As far as this trope goes, it's a doozy.

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** In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', [[BigBad Amon]] uses his powers to remove [[PhysicalGod Avatar]] [[TheProtagonist Korra's]] ability to bend [[ElementalPowers water, earth, and fire]]. fire]], the elements she had mastered. He also inadvertently unlocked her ability to bend air, and to connect to her former lives, one of which gave her back all her bending, plus the ability to restore the bending of anyone else Amon had "equalised." As far as this trope goes, it's a doozy.
23rd Nov '16 3:15:18 PM Anicomicgeek
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* When ''ComicBook/AvengersForever'' went about undoing the damage wrought by ''ComicBook/TheCrossing'', it was retconned that Immortus was manipulating Tony since ''ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm'', not Kang since the Avengers first battle with him. What put this in this trope? During the events of ''Galactic Storm'', Immortus has tried to install Tony with xenophobia to try to drive the Avengers to go back home to keep them from interfering in intergalactic affairs. Instead, this caused Tony to go into a murderous rage after the Supreme Intelligence allowed a bomb to go off that killed most of the Kree Empire to try to jumpstart the Kree's evolution and Tony to led a group of Avengers to kill it.

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* When ''ComicBook/AvengersForever'' went about undoing the damage wrought by ''ComicBook/TheCrossing'', it was retconned that Immortus was manipulating Tony Iron Man since ''ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm'', not Kang since the Avengers first battle with him. What put this in this trope? During the events of ''Galactic Storm'', Immortus has tried to install Tony with a sense of xenophobia to try to drive the Avengers to go back home to and keep them from interfering in intergalactic affairs. Instead, this caused Tony to go into a murderous rage after the Supreme Intelligence allowed a bomb to go off that killed most of the Kree Empire to try to jumpstart the Kree's evolution and Tony to led a group of Avengers to kill it.
23rd Nov '16 3:11:21 PM Anicomicgeek
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* When ''ComicBook/AvengersForever'' went about undoing the damage wrought by ''ComicBook/TheCrossing'', it was retconned that Immortus was manipulating Tony since ''ComicBook/OperationGalacticStorm'', not Kang since the Avengers first battle with him. What put this in this trope? During the events of ''Galactic Storm'', Immortus has tried to install Tony with xenophobia to try to drive the Avengers to go back home to keep them from interfering in intergalactic affairs. Instead, this caused Tony to go into a murderous rage after the Supreme Intelligence allowed a bomb to go off that killed most of the Kree Empire to try to jumpstart the Kree's evolution and Tony to led a group of Avengers to kill it.
17th Nov '16 9:37:02 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' episode "The Gallant Smurf", young Prince Godfry falls in love with a maiden named Pricilla, but his overprotective and snobbish mother [[RichBitch Queen Felicity]] objects to him wanting to merry a "poor, pitiful, penniless peasant" like, and gives this condition for ''anyone'' wishing to marry her son: Show her something she's never seen before. Queen Felicity is a very old woman who has seen almost everything. Most every suitor fails, and it when it looks like [[WickedWitch Hogatha]] may well succeed (she captures Grandpa Smurf, whom even ''she'' has never seen among the smurfs) Godfry and Pricilla hug and make a tearful farewell, causing Felicity to groan and say she's "never seen such true love before". After Godfry asks her to repeat it, she realizes that she just admitted Felicity has met her condition. (Presumably, Felicity kept her word and let them wed, but we can only assume it.)

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' episode "The Gallant Smurf", young Prince Godfry falls in love with a maiden named Pricilla, but his overprotective and snobbish mother [[RichBitch Queen Felicity]] objects to him wanting to merry a "poor, pitiful, penniless peasant" like, peasant", and gives this condition for ''anyone'' wishing to marry her son: Show her something she's never seen before. Queen Felicity is a very old woman who has seen almost everything. Most every suitor fails, and it when it looks like [[WickedWitch Hogatha]] may well succeed (she captures Grandpa Smurf, whom even ''she'' has never seen among the smurfs) Godfry and Pricilla hug and make a tearful farewell, causing Felicity to groan and say she's "never seen such true love before". After Godfry asks her to repeat it, she realizes that she has just admitted Felicity Pricilla has met her condition. (Presumably, Felicity kept her word and let them wed, but we can only assume it.)
13th Nov '16 12:23:46 PM sgamer82
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** During the land phase of the war, Clyntahn's insistence that the Army of God not give up any of the ground it took initially and his resistance to Allayn Maigwair's attempts to relieve a field commander who is also one of Clyntahn's favorites results in an incompetent commander in one part of the battlefield and leaves a competent commander woefully undersupplied and vulnerable because he's unable to pull back to a better position, ultimately resulting in the defeat of both forces.
11th Nov '16 7:06:28 AM LordInsane
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** Similar to the ''Dragonborn'' example, the entire plot of ''Tribunal'' is kicked off by assassins attempting to murder the PlayerCharacter under orders from a villain the player wouldn't have known about otherwise.

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** Similar to the ''Dragonborn'' example, the entire plot of ''Tribunal'' is kicked off by assassins attempting to murder the PlayerCharacter under orders from a villain the player wouldn't have known about otherwise. Admittedly it is quite possible you end up talked into working ''for'' said villain, [[spoiler: and no, he doesn't betray you nor demands that you ''have'' to do overtly evil things, the co-operation ends up working out for both you and him.]]
5th Nov '16 10:55:38 AM Silverblade2
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* [[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants "...and it'll only open]] [[TooDumbToLive if I say 'open'."]]
3rd Nov '16 9:58:17 PM nombretomado
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* At the climax of ''[[HumanxCommonwealth Flinx in Flux]]'', the AnimalWrongsGroup that has been hunting Flinx down in order to "make him normal" shows up just in time to accidentally rescue him from the BigBad who wishes to [[TheydCutYouUp experiment upon him]] instead. As a double example, Flinx finds that the sedation method that the BigBad used on him has also woken a new form of his [[TheEmpath empathic powers]], which he subsequently uses to defeat both groups of antagonists.

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* At the climax of ''[[HumanxCommonwealth ''[[Literature/HumanxCommonwealth Flinx in Flux]]'', the AnimalWrongsGroup that has been hunting Flinx down in order to "make him normal" shows up just in time to accidentally rescue him from the BigBad who wishes to [[TheydCutYouUp experiment upon him]] instead. As a double example, Flinx finds that the sedation method that the BigBad used on him has also woken a new form of his [[TheEmpath empathic powers]], which he subsequently uses to defeat both groups of antagonists.
31st Oct '16 12:24:22 PM deven0711
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* In the ''Series/LazyTown'' episode, "The Laziest Town", LazyTown must stay active all day to raise the energy meter to 100 in order to keep from being the laziest town on Earth before 5PM. Robbie believes that if LazyTown gets this title, Sportacus will leave LazyTown for good out of embarrassment. At literally the last second, when Sportacus finally loses all his energy and can no longer do tricks to keep the meter active, Robbie becomes overjoyed and does a victory dance that ends up being active enough to raise the bar instantly from 0 to 100, saving LazyTown. The Mayor, Stephanie, and the rest of the cast gather to congratulate and thank Robbie and give him three cheers. Robbie is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone overcome with regret]] and [[BigNo runs back to his lair.]]
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