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13th Feb '16 9:19:04 PM DeisTheAlcano
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-->--'''[[http://www.eruditorumpress.com/blog/theses-on-hannibal/ Jack Graham]]''', "Theses on ''{{Series/Hannibal}}''"
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-->--'''[[http://www.-->-- '''[[http://www.eruditorumpress.com/blog/theses-on-hannibal/ Jack Graham]]''', "Theses on ''{{Series/Hannibal}}''"

* ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra'''s second season ends with [[spoiler: Korra now completely ''cut off'' from her past lives due to Unalaq temporarily destroying Raava after extracting her from her body. Not only that, after Unalaq is killed and Vaatu is purified, Korra decides to leave the spirit portals ''open'' to begin a new spiritual age which hopefully will lead to true peace between humans and spirits.]]
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* ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra'''s ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'''s second season ends with [[spoiler: Korra now completely ''cut off'' from her past lives due to Unalaq temporarily destroying Raava after extracting her from her body. Not only that, after Unalaq is killed and Vaatu is purified, Korra decides to leave the spirit portals ''open'' to begin a new spiritual age which hopefully will lead to true peace between humans and spirits.]]
13th Feb '16 10:22:42 AM drbreakfast
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* ''WebAnimation/RWBY'': at the end of Volume 3, [[spoiler: Penny, Pyrrha, and Torchwick are dead, Ozpin is missing and possibly dead, Beacon Academy has been destroyed, the world's communication network has been disabled, Yang is down an arm, Ruby is now aware that she possesses an incredible hereditary power which blows her hopes of being a normal girl away, and Team RWBY has been separated.]] This came as a big shock after the last two volumes both ended with the status quo being restored almost instantly after the final big action scene.
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* ''WebAnimation/RWBY'': ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': at the end of Volume 3, [[spoiler: Penny, Pyrrha, and Torchwick are dead, Ozpin is missing and possibly dead, Beacon Academy has been destroyed, the world's communication network has been disabled, Yang is down an arm, Ruby is now aware that she possesses an incredible hereditary power which blows her hopes of being a normal girl away, and Team RWBY has been separated.]] This came as a big shock after the last two volumes both ended with the status quo being restored almost instantly after the final big action scene.
13th Feb '16 10:21:05 AM drbreakfast
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* ''WebAnimation/RWBY'': at the end of Volume 3, [[spoiler: Penny, Pyrrha, and Torchwick are dead, Ozpin is missing and possibly dead, Beacon Academy has been destroyed, the world's communication network has been disabled, Yang is down an arm, Ruby is now aware that she possesses an incredible hereditary power which blows her hopes of being a normal girl away, and Team RWBY has been separated.]] This came as a big shock after the last two volumes both ended with the status quo being restored almost instantly after the final big action scene.
12th Feb '16 8:59:35 PM Nerrin
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* The Spellplague that marked the transition of the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' from 3E to 4E was essentially this. [[BrokenBase Not everyone]] [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks took this change well]]. * For the TabletopGame/{{Mystara}} D&D setting, the ''Wrath of the Immortals'' boxed set was this trope. [[spoiler: Sinking a game-setting's most powerful empire into the ocean sort of ''has'' to be an example.]]
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' settings have periodically undergone this to try to restore interest in a flagging game line or make an in-universe justification for changes from one edition to the next: ** The Spellplague that marked the transition of the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' from 3E to 4E was essentially this. [[BrokenBase Not everyone]] [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks took this change well]]. * ** For the TabletopGame/{{Mystara}} D&D setting, the ''Wrath of the Immortals'' boxed set was this trope. [[spoiler: Sinking a game-setting's most powerful empire into the ocean sort of ''has'' to be an example.]]]] ** TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}} had the Greyhawk Wars in the early 90s, which left a major empire fractured, several nations devastated and some eliminated, and several new threats on the rise across the Flanaess. It generated some interest but ultimately failed to restore interest in the setting, and upset a lot of the die-hards. ** TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'s CityOfAdventure Sigil was an intensely political setting focused around fifteen powerful factions which ruled the city and fought a cold war over the hearts and minds of the citizens, because [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve belief is power]] and each sought to put its guiding philosophy over the others. Then came the Faction War, where the cold war flared hot. At the end of the war, several factions were destroyed, splintered, or merged; some new factions emerged; and all were formally barred from Sigil. [[BrokenBase Obviously it garnered mixed reactions]]. Supposedly the game line was to continue into a new post-War period that explored the new setting at length, but the line faltered there as 3rd Edition was shortly visible on the horizon. ** ''Die Vecna Die!'' was the final published adventure of 2nd Edition, which involved the ancient lich Vecna breaking free of his prison on Ravenloft and eventually making his way into Sigil and somehow ascending to godhood. Dire consequences of Vecna's ascension while in Sigil were proposed in the adventure itself, and it's considered an excuse for the changes between 2nd Edition and 3rd. The adventure even ends nearly quoting this trope: "Nothing will ever be the same again."
6th Feb '16 11:14:21 PM nombretomado
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* This happens two times in ''{{Frasier}}'' 's run, both of them taking place in season 7. First time is half way through the season when Frasier, under the effects of painkillers for his back, blurts out to Daphne that [[spoiler: Niles is in love with her]]. Afterwards, Daphne begins to develop feelings for [[spoiler: ''Niles'']] in return, leading to UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo. Which eventually leads to the events of the end of the season when Daphne [[spoiler: [[RunawayBride abandons her wedding]] to be with Niles and they [[TheyDo ''final]][[CrowningMomentOfAwesome ly'']] become a couple]]. It is fully cemented when Daphne, who has almost always called him "Dr. Crane" up to that, finally calls him [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Niles]].
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* This happens two times in ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' 's run, both of them taking place in season 7. First time is half way through the season when Frasier, under the effects of painkillers for his back, blurts out to Daphne that [[spoiler: Niles is in love with her]]. Afterwards, Daphne begins to develop feelings for [[spoiler: ''Niles'']] in return, leading to UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo. Which eventually leads to the events of the end of the season when Daphne [[spoiler: [[RunawayBride abandons her wedding]] to be with Niles and they [[TheyDo ''final]][[CrowningMomentOfAwesome ly'']] become a couple]]. It is fully cemented when Daphne, who has almost always called him "Dr. Crane" up to that, finally calls him [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Niles]].
6th Feb '16 1:11:00 PM NeoTerraKnight
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* ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' has been majorly comedic and occasionally go through serious story arcs that highlights the main characters' backstories but shifts back to the regular tone following the ending of the story arc. That is until the end of the Shogun Assassination Arc with the status quo changing from [[spoiler: the revelation that Gintoki being the one who executed Shouyou out of SadisticChoice, Nobunobu becoming the new Shogun via Tendoshu's intervention, and then Shigeshige assassinated this time for real as we thought he was really safe.]] To hammer the changing tone, the fallout begins ANOTHER serious story arc, Farewell Shinsengumi Arc, and nothing becomes the same even more after that...
29th Jan '16 9:21:16 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* The FaceHeelTurn of Lucifer and (presumably) third part of angels, leading them to become devil and demons respectively. And then corruption and FaceHeelTurn of Adam and Eve follows (and through them, humanity). The whole world and nature changes. All people go to Hell now.

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*** And people now has the chance ''not'' to go to Hell now, and come to Heaven.
26th Jan '16 3:29:18 AM Ramona122003
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** A comparable minor one, but the cast is stun when they see little Goku had grown into a handsome young man and Krillin has also gotten noticeably bigger. The dub episode is even called 'Changes'. This marks the point where Goku's childhood adventures are officially over.

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** The seven year timeskip between the end of the Cell Games and the start of the Majin Buu Saga. Gohan is now a teen, there is now a second son of Goku, and Krillin is married with a child and has hair.
26th Jan '16 3:08:57 AM Ramona122003
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** The DBZ movie ''Battle of Gods'' did this by introducing real {{Physical God}}s such as Beerus, a new branch of Super Saiyan that is separate from the normal transformations, and the information that the Dragon World we have come to know is Universe 7 out of 12.
26th Jan '16 2:57:22 AM Ramona122003
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* ''Franchise/DragonBall'' mostly had light hearted wacky adventures that Goku and his friends gotten into. Sure they were some threats but you knew they'd come out on top eventually. But it changes at the end of the 22nd Martial Arts Tournament and Beginning of King Piccolo Saga with [[spoiler: Krillin being killed by one of Piccolo's henchmen]] Things took a darker turn from then on with much more at stake and this would continue on into Z.
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* ''Franchise/DragonBall'' ''Franchise/DragonBall'' ** The series started out as mostly had light hearted light-hearted, wacky adventures that Goku and his friends gotten into. Sure they were some threats but you knew they'd come out on top eventually. But it changes at the end of the 22nd Martial Arts Tournament and Beginning beginning of King Piccolo Saga with [[spoiler: Krillin being killed by one of Piccolo's henchmen]] henchmen. Things took a darker turn from then on with much more at stake and this would continue on into Z.''Z''. ** The start of ''Z'' starts with Goku visiting his friends after five years. In that afternoon, we learned Goku has a son and he's an alien from a warrior race. In the same saga we learned Piccolo is also an alien and that there is another set of Dragon Balls in the universe. ** Goku becoming a Super Saiyan in his fight against Frieza. A transformation of this level had never been seen in the show or even Shōnen at the time.
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