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20th Jun '18 12:11:55 PM JapaneseTeeth
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* According to the ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' [[AllThereInTheManual artbook]], the FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'' was one of these. At the end of the first game, the Squid Sisters' performance of the Calamari Inkantation apparently caused a number of Octavio's minions to break free of his influence and start clamoring for a reconciliation with the Inklings. Octavio's answer to this? Kidnap one of the Squid Sisters, brainwash her, and hold a massive concert for your subjects so she can publicly denounce the Inklings. Unfortunately, he didn't count on the ''other'' Squid Sister recruiting the player to rescue the one he captured, break the brainwashing, and expose even ''more'' of his mooks to the song than if he had just not bothered with the whole plan in the first place.
20th Jun '18 9:12:44 AM CloudyHead
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* In during the Duelist Kingdom arc of ''Anime/Yu-Gi-Oh!'', Dinosaur Ryuzaki (Rex Raptor) was about to win the duel against Jonouchi (Joey), but [[RevengeBeforeReason thought about wanting to use Joey's Time Wizard against Mai]]. The former had to bet his most powerful card, the Red Eyes Black Dragon for the latter to bet Time Wizard. Joey agreed to the bet, but got the idea to use Time Wizard's special ability to win. In the end, Jonouchi got 2 more star chips and a Red Eyes Black Dragon that would help him out in future duels.

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* In during the Duelist Kingdom arc of ''Anime/Yu-Gi-Oh!'', ''Manga/YuGiOh'', Dinosaur Ryuzaki (Rex Raptor) was about to win the duel against Jonouchi (Joey), but [[RevengeBeforeReason thought about wanting to use Joey's Time Wizard against Mai]]. The former had to bet his most powerful card, the Red Eyes Black Dragon for the latter to bet Time Wizard. Joey agreed to the bet, but got the idea to use Time Wizard's special ability to win. In the end, Jonouchi got 2 more star chips and a Red Eyes Black Dragon that would help him out in future duels.


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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThundarrTheBarbarian'' called Prophecy of Peril, an evil wizard [[HoistByHisOwnPetard brought upon his own downfall]] in three ways:
** First, by telling the heroes that the crystal he stole would tell how he would be defeated. While the heroes would probably figure out how to defeat him, it showed them to look for the 3 women to defeat him.
** Second, he thought he would be one step ahead by kidnapping one of the women and locked her in his dungeon. But, the one woman he kidnapped was in the past when the heroes can't get to. Also instead of killing her or presuading her to join him, she believed that the wizard was a bad guy right away.
** Third, when the woman he kidnapped escaped and got to the crystal, he hit her and the crystal with a beam that gives her angel wings and [[EyeBeams laser eye beams]] allowing her to escape to join to heroes to [[SelfFulfillingProphecy complete the prophecy]].
20th Jun '18 8:40:45 AM CloudyHead
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*In during the Duelist Kingdom arc of ''Anime/Yu-Gi-Oh!'', Dinosaur Ryuzaki (Rex Raptor) was about to win the duel against Jonouchi (Joey), but [[RevengeBeforeReason thought about wanting to use Joey's Time Wizard against Mai]]. The former had to bet his most powerful card, the Red Eyes Black Dragon for the latter to bet Time Wizard. Joey agreed to the bet, but got the idea to use Time Wizard's special ability to win. In the end, Jonouchi got 2 more star chips and a Red Eyes Black Dragon that would help him out in future duels.



** During the Impel Down Arc, Luffy's first confrontation with Magellan in Level Four of the complex is a CurbStompBattle with Luffy on the curb, with the result being Luffy poisoned with Hydra, a venom that kills in 24 hours. Magellan then tells the other guards to send him to Level Five, despite the fact that he'll die anyway. Unfortunately for Magellan, Luffy is eventually found there by Ivankov and the other members of the Newkama Land colony (which not even the guards know about) and Ivankov is able to use his Horu Horu no Mi Devil Fruit power to aid Luffy in fighting off the poison, which he eventually does. As a result, Magellan soon has a crisis on his hands as Luffy's trek through Impel Down continues with even more gusto. (Of course, one can hardly blame Magellan, as ''nobody'' had ''ever'' survived the Hydra. Even Ivankov said that his help would only raise Luffy's nonexistent chance of surviving to about 5%.)
** Magellan poisoning Luffy has more repercussions than that. [[PoisonousPerson Magellan’s]] poison’s potency can be adjusted and when he engulfed Luffy in his poisonous cocktail, Luffy’s body got exposed to toxins of all kinds of degrees. Now normally this would have meant certain death for him. But thanks Ivankov, he survived, and in the process his body was able to live long enough to produce absurdly strong antibodies to combat poison. By poisoning Luffy so severely, Magellan has inadvertently given Luffy the ability to [[NoSell shrug off]] most types of poison, as demonstrated when he was fighting Caeser. The mad clown tries to kill him by enveloping him a giant cloud of DeadlyGas, and Luffy simply breathes it all in at once [[TheWorfBarrage without any issues]]. Subverted, Luffy isn't completely immune to poisons, as one being extremely fatal is able to injure him seriously, meaning Magellan is still a credible threat to Luffy.



** A minor one was when Baby 5 was believing that Sai was proposing to her, her ally Lao G was telling his opponents that she was only a [[ExtremeDoormat "convenient"]] underling. Along with Sai promising to marry her, Baby 5 defected from the Don Quixote Family and joined the Happo Navy that becomes part of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet.
** During the Impel Down Arc, Luffy's first confrontation with Magellan in Level Four of the complex is a CurbStompBattle with Luffy on the curb, with the result being Luffy poisoned with Hydra, a venom that kills in 24 hours. Magellan then tells the other guards to send him to Level Five, despite the fact that he'll die anyway. Unfortunately for Magellan, Luffy is eventually found there by Ivankov and the other members of the Newkama Land colony (which not even the guards know about) and Ivankov is able to use his Horu Horu no Mi Devil Fruit power to aid Luffy in fighting off the poison, which he eventually does. As a result, Magellan soon has a crisis on his hands as Luffy's trek through Impel Down continues with even more gusto. (Of course, one can hardly blame Magellan, as ''nobody'' had ''ever'' survived the Hydra. Even Ivankov said that his help would only raise Luffy's nonexistent chance of surviving to about 5%.)
** Magellan poisoning Luffy has more repercussions than that. [[PoisonousPerson Magellan’s]] poison’s potency can be adjusted and when he engulfed Luffy in his poisonous cocktail, Luffy’s body got exposed to toxins of all kinds of degrees. Now normally this would have meant certain death for him. But thanks Ivankov, he survived, and in the process his body was able to live long enough to produce absurdly strong antibodies to combat poison. By poisoning Luffy so severely, Magellan has inadvertently given Luffy the ability to [[NoSell shrug off]] most types of poison, as demonstrated when he was fighting Caeser. The mad clown tries to kill him by enveloping him a giant cloud of DeadlyGas, and Luffy simply breathes it all in at once [[TheWorfBarrage without any issues]]. Subverted, Luffy isn't completely immune to poisons, as one being extremely fatal is able to injure him seriously, meaning Magellan is still a credible threat to Luffy.

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** A minor one was when Baby 5 was believing that Sai was proposing to her, her ally Lao G was telling his opponents that she was only a [[ExtremeDoormat "convenient"]] underling. Along with Sai promising to [[LoveRedeems marry her, her]], [[HighHeelFaceTurn Baby 5 5]] [[HeelFaceTurn defected from the Don Quixote Family Family]] and joined the Happo Navy that becomes part of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet.
** During the Impel Down Arc, Luffy's first confrontation with Magellan in Level Four of the complex is a CurbStompBattle with Luffy on the curb, with the result being Luffy poisoned with Hydra, a venom that kills in 24 hours. Magellan then tells the other guards to send him to Level Five, despite the fact that he'll die anyway. Unfortunately for Magellan, Luffy is eventually found there by Ivankov and the other members of the Newkama Land colony (which not even the guards know about) and Ivankov is able to use his Horu Horu no Mi Devil Fruit power to aid Luffy in fighting off the poison, which he eventually does. As a result, Magellan soon has a crisis on his hands as Luffy's trek through Impel Down continues with even more gusto. (Of course, one can hardly blame Magellan, as ''nobody'' had ''ever'' survived the Hydra. Even Ivankov said that his help would only raise Luffy's nonexistent chance of surviving to about 5%.)
** Magellan poisoning Luffy has more repercussions than that. [[PoisonousPerson Magellan’s]] poison’s potency can be adjusted and when he engulfed Luffy in his poisonous cocktail, Luffy’s body got exposed to toxins of all kinds of degrees. Now normally this would have meant certain death for him. But thanks Ivankov, he survived, and in the process his body was able to live long enough to produce absurdly strong antibodies to combat poison. By poisoning Luffy so severely, Magellan has inadvertently given Luffy the ability to [[NoSell shrug off]] most types of poison, as demonstrated when he was fighting Caeser. The mad clown tries to kill him by enveloping him a giant cloud of DeadlyGas, and Luffy simply breathes it all in at once [[TheWorfBarrage without any issues]]. Subverted, Luffy isn't completely immune to poisons, as one being extremely fatal is able to injure him seriously, meaning Magellan is still a credible threat to Luffy.
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15th Jun '18 3:42:19 PM margdean56
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* In ''Literature/TheNightOfWishes'', an evil sorceror and his witch aunt brew a potion on New Year's Eve which grants the ''opposite'' of any wish spoken aloud after a drink, gleefully intending to make a grant show of fixing the world in front of their unassuming pets, while actually wreaking havok. Only those are onto them, find a loophole in the spell, and with a little outside supernatural help manage to destroy the reversing part of the potion without the villains noticing. The world's people are not gonna believe how much luck and prosperity they are going to have next year.

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* In ''Literature/TheNightOfWishes'', an evil sorceror and his witch aunt brew a potion on New Year's Eve which grants the ''opposite'' of any wish spoken aloud after a drink, gleefully intending to make a grant grand show of fixing the world in front of their unassuming unsuspecting pets, while actually wreaking havok.havoc. Only those are onto them, find a loophole in the spell, and with a little outside supernatural help manage to destroy the reversing part of the potion without the villains noticing. The world's people are not gonna believe how much luck and prosperity they are going to have next year.



** In ''The Norwood Builder'', the titular villain fakes his own death and frames the son of his enemy, fabricating a perfect set of clues that managed to fool even Holmes. Later, he decides to add one ultimate clue in form of a bloody fingerprint on a wall... ''after'' Holmes has already scanned every inch of the house, which leads to discovery of villain's hideout.

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** In ''The Norwood Builder'', the titular villain fakes his own death and frames the son of his enemy, fabricating a perfect set of clues that managed to fool even Holmes. Later, he decides to add one ultimate clue in form of a bloody fingerprint on a wall... ''after'' Holmes has already scanned every inch of the house, which leads to the discovery of the villain's hideout.
15th Jun '18 3:38:02 PM margdean56
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* In ''Starfire'' by Creator/CharlesSheffield, the detective protagonist figures out the murderer's identity, but has no proof. He draws the murderer out into open by announcing he found a supposedly missing victim, and where he stored the corpse. The villain can't help but go check on the body, where confronted by detective. Even then the villain could have saved the situation by simply feigning ignorance and leaving. With security cameras on, detective could not exactly initiate violence. Villain solves his problem by drawing weapon first--on camera. Detective is a much faster shot. Nice going!

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* In ''Starfire'' by Creator/CharlesSheffield, the detective protagonist figures out the murderer's identity, but has no proof. He draws the murderer out into the open by announcing he found a supposedly missing victim, and where he stored the corpse. The villain can't help but go check on the body, where they are confronted by detective. Even then the villain could have saved the situation by simply feigning ignorance and leaving. With the security cameras on, the detective could not exactly initiate violence. Villain solves his problem by drawing a weapon first--on camera. Detective is a much faster shot. Nice going!



** Nicodemus Archleone makes a few such blunders, notably forcing Harry into picking up Lasciel's coin in ''Death Masks'', which only results in him having the power of a Fallen angel to draw on - saving his life on many occasions - and resisting the temptation to become a Denarian until [[spoiler:Lasciel's Shadow makes a HeroicSacrifice to save Harry]], ridding him of the burden. This allows Harry to get the drop on Nicodemus himself in ''Small Favour'', and also causes [[spoiler:the archangel Uriel to gift him with Soulfire to replace the Hellfire he gave up]]. Nicodemus also provokes Murphy into shattering Fidelaccius, the Sword of Faith, in ''Skin Game''. Only to find that it's more powerful than ever after [[spoiler:Waldo Butters's faith - in Star Wars - converts the hilt into a ''lightsabre'']].

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** Nicodemus Archleone makes a few such blunders, notably forcing Harry into picking up Lasciel's coin in ''Death Masks'', which only results in him having the power of a Fallen angel to draw on - saving on--saving his life on many occasions - and occasions--and resisting the temptation to become a Denarian until [[spoiler:Lasciel's Shadow makes a HeroicSacrifice to save Harry]], ridding him of the burden. This allows Harry to get the drop on Nicodemus himself in ''Small Favour'', and also causes [[spoiler:the archangel Uriel to gift him with Soulfire to replace the Hellfire he gave up]]. Nicodemus also provokes Murphy into shattering Fidelaccius, the Sword of Faith, in ''Skin Game''. Only to find that it's more powerful than ever after [[spoiler:Waldo Butters's faith - in faith--in Star Wars - converts Wars--converts the hilt into a ''lightsabre'']].
15th Jun '18 3:33:32 PM margdean56
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** In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'' TheMole, in order to surreptitiously abduct Harry from the school, plants him into the Triwizard Tournament and then oversees his victory by giving hints. One of those hints drives Harry to master a specific spell that he otherwise failed at, and then he uses this spell to escape from Voldemort in the finale. Even better, in the interest of presumably staying in character while impersonating [[spoiler:Mad-Eye Moody]], he ''insists'' that Harry is able to ''completely'' [[spoiler:resist the Imperius curse]] after he witnesses him doing so better than his classmates. Guess what he also does successfully in the aforementioned finale. (Mildly justified in that he was utterly insane.)

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** In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'' TheMole, in order to surreptitiously abduct Harry from the school, plants him into in the Triwizard Tournament and then oversees his victory by giving hints. One of those hints drives Harry to master a specific spell that he otherwise failed at, and then he uses this spell to escape from Voldemort in the finale. Even better, in the interest of presumably staying in character while impersonating [[spoiler:Mad-Eye Moody]], he ''insists'' that Harry is able to ''completely'' [[spoiler:resist the Imperius curse]] after he witnesses him doing so better than his classmates. Guess what he also does successfully in the aforementioned finale. (Mildly justified in that he was utterly insane.)



** [[TyrantTakesTheHelm Dolores Umbridge]] gets honorable mention. In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix the fifth book]], [[VillainBall she passes a decree that ''bans'' The Quibbler]] (which had an interview with Harry about Voldemort's return) and states any student caught with it will be expelled. As Hermione gleefully points out, [[StreisandEffect the ban ensures everyone will read it]]! And they do, which makes people believe Harry and not the Ministry!
** In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' the heroes spend most of the story in vain searches for the BigBad's {{Soul Jar}}s. At one point they are captured by the villains and, long story short, one of the villains suspects that they might've sneaked into her bank vault. She freaks out so much that that her dreadful master might find out about it, and spends so much effort torturing the heroes just to find out whether they did or did not, it gives Harry an inspiration for a leap of logic, and he correctly deduces that the SoulJar must be in the vault.

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** [[TyrantTakesTheHelm Dolores Umbridge]] gets an honorable mention. In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix the fifth book]], [[VillainBall she passes a decree that ''bans'' The Quibbler]] (which had an interview with Harry about Voldemort's return) and states that any student caught with it will be expelled. As Hermione gleefully points out, [[StreisandEffect the ban ensures everyone will read it]]! And they do, which makes people believe Harry and not the Ministry!
** In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' the heroes spend most of the story in vain searches for the BigBad's {{Soul Jar}}s. At one point they are captured by the villains and, long story short, one of the villains suspects that they might've sneaked into her bank vault. She freaks out so much that that her dreadful master might find out about it, and spends so much effort torturing the heroes just to find out whether they did or did not, it gives Harry an inspiration for a leap of logic, and he correctly deduces that the SoulJar must be in the vault.



** In a non-Voldermort related note, Film/FantasticBeastsAndWhereToFindThem retroactively gave the Dursleys this treatment with the introduction of Obscurials. Obscurials are young wizard who repressed their power which developed into a powerful dark creatures called Obscurus. The Dursleys fervent denials of Harry's nature, while made Harry miserable for his entire childhood also kept him in the dark about his power all his life. As Harry didn't believe in magic, he didn't try to suppress thus not developing an Obscurus.

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** In a non-Voldermort related note, Film/FantasticBeastsAndWhereToFindThem retroactively gave the Dursleys this treatment with the introduction of Obscurials. Obscurials are young wizard wizards who repressed their power which developed into a powerful dark creatures called Obscurus. The Dursleys Dursleys' fervent denials of Harry's nature, while which made Harry miserable for his entire childhood childhood, also kept him in the dark about his power all his life. As Harry didn't believe in magic, he didn't try to suppress suppress, thus not developing an Obscurus.
15th Jun '18 3:21:41 PM margdean56
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* This is Literature/{{Spenser}} and [[http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/j/michael-jecks/ Baldwin Furnshill's]] chief method to solving crimes without evidence. Annoy people until they try to kill you, then find out who they worked for. Though Baldwin doesn't actually try to annoy people; usually the bad guy who falls into this trap hates him for his rank and title, or his loyalties and suspected beliefs, said series taking place in a particularly hectic time of English history. Spenser, on the other hand, is actively trying to invite this trope a lot of the time. A lot of his cases would have been a lot shorter (and unsolved) if the villains had been smart enough to just shut up and leave him alone.

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* This is Literature/{{Spenser}} and [[http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/j/michael-jecks/ Baldwin Furnshill's]] chief method to of solving crimes without evidence. Annoy people until they try to kill you, then find out who they worked for. Though Baldwin doesn't actually try to annoy people; usually the bad guy who falls into this trap hates him for his rank and title, or his loyalties and suspected beliefs, said series taking place in a particularly hectic time of English history. Spenser, on the other hand, is actively trying to invite this trope a lot of the time. A lot of his cases would have been a lot shorter (and unsolved) if the villains had been smart enough to just shut up and leave him alone.
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* In one ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' story, Cap's shield had been shattered and the shattered remains were set to be used to stop the vibranium that were following suit and heading for its anti-vibranium counterpart. Cue Klaw, who used the crisis to amplify his amazing sound-based power. Destroying Cap's photonic shield, Klaw proceeds to finish off the helpless hero as Cap grabs his shattered and taped up shield out of reflex. The shield takes the brunt of the attack and, to Cap's surprise, ''it repaired it fully.'' Not only that, but it also stopped the incoming disaster. Cap, then proceeds to disperse Klaw by slinging his Mighty Shield once more and smacking him with it.

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* In one ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' story, Cap's shield had been shattered and the shattered remains were set to be used to stop the vibranium that were was following suit and heading for its anti-vibranium counterpart. Cue Klaw, who used uses the crisis to amplify his amazing sound-based power. Destroying Cap's photonic shield, Klaw proceeds to finish off the helpless hero as Cap grabs his shattered and taped up shield out of reflex. The shield takes the brunt of the attack and, to Cap's surprise, ''it repaired it fully.'' Not only that, but it also stopped the incoming disaster. Cap, Cap then proceeds to disperse Klaw by slinging his Mighty Shield once more and smacking him with it.



* In ''ComicBook/{{Chassis}}'', Twist once set her personal droid to sabotage Chassis's aerocar during a race. His sabotage initially puts her behind. However, her then causes one of her rocket engines to explode. The sudden boost of power propels her to the lead and allows her to win.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Chassis}}'', Twist once set her personal droid to sabotage Chassis's aerocar during a race. His sabotage initially puts her behind. However, her he then causes one of her rocket engines to explode. The sudden boost of power propels her to the lead and allows her to win.



* ''Comicbook/UsagiYojimbo'': In the story "Kaiso", Usagi befriends a kaiso (seaweed) farmer who suspects a farmer from a neighboring village of poaching his seaweed and selling it to a kaiso-broker, while the other farmer accused the first farmer of poaching his seaweed. In the end, Usagi uncovers the truth; the broker was poaching seaweed from both farmers, in order to sow mistrust between the two villages. He feared that if the two farmers formed a partnership they could sell their seaweed without his assistance and drive him out of business. By the end of the story, the two farmers decide to form a partnership, and even make a point of thanking the broker for giving them the idea in the first place.
* When ''ComicBook/AvengersForever'' went about undoing the damage wrought by ''ComicBook/TheCrossing'', it was retconned that Immortus was manipulating 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 had tried to install Tony with a sense of xenophobia to try to drive the Avengers to go back home 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 led a group of Avengers to kill it.

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* ''Comicbook/UsagiYojimbo'': In the story "Kaiso", Usagi befriends a kaiso (seaweed) farmer who suspects a farmer from a neighboring village of poaching his seaweed and selling it to a kaiso-broker, while the other farmer accused accuses the first farmer of poaching his seaweed. In the end, Usagi uncovers the truth; the broker was poaching seaweed from both farmers, in order to sow mistrust between the two villages. He feared that if the two farmers formed a partnership they could sell their seaweed without his assistance and drive him out of business. By the end of the story, the two farmers decide to form a partnership, and even make a point of thanking the broker for giving them the idea in the first place.
* When ''ComicBook/AvengersForever'' went about undoing the damage wrought by ''ComicBook/TheCrossing'', it was retconned that Immortus was manipulating 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 had tried to install instill Tony with a sense of xenophobia to try to drive the Avengers to go back home 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 led a group of Avengers to kill it.



* Children book "You're A Hero, Daley B" by Jon Blake. Selfsame hero is a rabbit who doesn't know who he is and where he belongs. And what his overlarge feet are good for. [[PoorCommunicationKills His fellow rabbits easily could have told him...]] Along comes the weasel Jazzy D and tells him he is a rabbit and her designated lunch, incidentally also solving the feet conundrum [[KillerRabbit (they are good for kicking bloodthirsty weasels to kingdom come).]]
* In ''ComicBook/StreetFighter'', Rose left behind an amnesiac Killer Bee (renamed Cammy) at a British Embassy to begin a new peaceful life, but some terrorist attacked which triggered her [[UnstoppableRage Killer Bee Mode]] that got her defeat all of the terrorists in front of Delta Red. She was invited to join Delta Red and helped them against Shadaloo from then on.

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* Children Childrens book "You're A Hero, Daley B" by Jon Blake. Selfsame hero is a rabbit who doesn't know who he is and where he belongs. And what his overlarge feet are good for. [[PoorCommunicationKills His fellow rabbits easily could have told him...]] Along comes the weasel Jazzy D and tells him he is a rabbit and her designated lunch, incidentally also solving the feet conundrum [[KillerRabbit (they are good for kicking bloodthirsty weasels to kingdom come).]]
* In ''ComicBook/StreetFighter'', Rose left behind an amnesiac Killer Bee (renamed Cammy) at a British Embassy to begin a new peaceful life, but some terrorist attacked which triggered her [[UnstoppableRage Killer Bee Mode]] that got made her defeat all of the terrorists in front of Delta Red. She was invited to join Delta Red and helped them against Shadaloo from then on.
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* [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk's]] ''raison d'etre'': if you're going to kill him, at least try to make him happy about it. This makes Ultimate Nick Fury pretty smart since he did JUST THAT. Pity Loki intervened.

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* [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk's]] ''raison d'etre'': d'être'': if you're going to kill him, at least try to make him happy about it. This makes Ultimate Nick Fury pretty smart since he did JUST THAT. Pity Loki intervened.



* In ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' Sonic's SuperpoweredEvilSide Super Sonic was sealed in the Black Asteroid but was able to escape by charging himself up so much that he made himself into a sort of electron bomb in order to destroy the Asteroid. The explosion produced an electro-magnetic pulse that spread all over planet Mobius, which cause the totally unintentional side effect of deactivating all of Robotnik's Badniks and computers, and contributing to the end of Robotnik's dictatorship; all Super Sonic intended to do was to escape the Black Asteroid.

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* In ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' Sonic's SuperpoweredEvilSide Super Sonic was sealed in the Black Asteroid but was able to escape by charging himself up so much that he made himself into a sort of electron bomb in order to destroy the Asteroid. The explosion produced an electro-magnetic pulse that spread all over planet Mobius, which cause caused the totally unintentional side effect of deactivating all of Robotnik's Badniks and computers, and contributing to the end of Robotnik's dictatorship; all Super Sonic intended to do was to escape the Black Asteroid.
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** ...and then in an almost hilarious turn of events, Morpheus, the eponymous Sandman completely forgives said villain, tell him that he actually did him a favour and dismisses the pitiful, Gollum-esque creature with a pat on the back. And this for a "hero" that has been fond of DisproportionateRetribution in the past...
* In the TournamentArc of ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', the knights get a bunch of "Doomsday" dice by rubbing their dice against the dead body of the guy who made the game. Only they end up cursing their dice, every dice in their possession and every dice of every friend they lent dice to, meaning the dice now produce the worst results possible, making just about anything a critical fumble. Everyone on the Knight's team was given this and they seemed to be in a hopeless position as they face their SmugSnake rival team... except she reveals she learn of their "advantage" and Website/EBay'd some of the dice, believing they were blessed and very ironically leveling the playing field.

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** ...and then in an almost hilarious turn of events, Morpheus, the eponymous Sandman Sandman, completely forgives said villain, tell tells him that he actually did him a favour and dismisses the pitiful, Gollum-esque creature with a pat on the back. And this for a "hero" that has been fond of DisproportionateRetribution in the past...
* In the TournamentArc of ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'', the knights get a bunch of "Doomsday" dice by rubbing their dice against the dead body of the guy who made the game. Only they end up cursing their dice, every dice die in their possession and every dice die of every friend they lent dice to, meaning the dice now produce the worst results possible, making just about anything a critical fumble. Everyone on the Knight's Knights' team was given this and they seemed seem to be in a hopeless position as they face their SmugSnake rival team... except she reveals she learn learned of their "advantage" and Website/EBay'd some of the dice, believing they were blessed and very ironically leveling the playing field.
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