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25th Apr '17 11:07:00 PM iroanxi
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* ''Roleplay/ThereIsNoGATEWeDidNotFightThere'': During a supposedly safe patrol into the Thousand Needles, Kytheus and his friends grow uncomfortable when an ominous mist surrounds them, leading him to request more scouts to move ahead at the bemusement of the leading centurion. As it turns out, Kytheus was right to be suspicious as their legion cohort is ambushed by hundreds of Drex soldiers.
3rd Apr '17 2:21:22 PM Willbyr
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If the [[EmpathicEnvironment environment is empathic,]] it should be possible to read your general situation from the weather. Now, everyone with even a whiff of [[GenreSavvy genre-savviness]] knows that dense fog is about as bad a sign as [[AStormIsComing a howling tornado on the horizon]]. Is sometimes accompanied by [[RedSkyTakeWarning a blood red sky]].

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If the [[EmpathicEnvironment environment is empathic,]] empathic]], it should be possible to read your general situation from the weather. Now, everyone with even a whiff of [[GenreSavvy genre-savviness]] knows that dense fog is about as bad a sign as [[AStormIsComing a howling tornado on the horizon]]. Is sometimes accompanied by [[RedSkyTakeWarning a blood red sky]].



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29th Mar '17 10:11:05 AM Calllack
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If the [[EmpathicEnvironment environment is empathic,]] it should be possible to read your general situation from the weather. Now, everyone with even a whiff of [[GenreSavvy genre-savviness]] knows, that dense fog is about as bad a sign as [[AStormIsComing a howling tornado on the horizon]]. Is sometimes accompanied by [[RedSkyTakeWarning a blood red sky]].

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If the [[EmpathicEnvironment environment is empathic,]] it should be possible to read your general situation from the weather. Now, everyone with even a whiff of [[GenreSavvy genre-savviness]] knows, knows that dense fog is about as bad a sign as [[AStormIsComing a howling tornado on the horizon]]. Is sometimes accompanied by [[RedSkyTakeWarning a blood red sky]].
21st Mar '17 2:18:57 PM eroock
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->To one who, journeying through night and fog, \\

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Reveals the path that he should not have gone.

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Reveals the path that he should not have gone."''
25th Feb '17 11:03:19 AM Prfnoff
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', an icy mist fades in and obscures the screen in the area where you fight Papyrus.
4th Jan '17 9:24:48 AM jamespolk
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* For Satan's temptation of Jesus in ''Film/TheGospelAccordingToStMatthew'', the appropriate tone is set when Jesus encounters Satan on a fog-bound hilltop.
4th Dec '16 1:15:15 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian novel ''Literature/TheHourOfTheDragon'', Valerius curses the fog until he realizes it would hide his advance.
* In ch. XI of CloudsOfWitness by Dorothy L. Sayers, Lord Peter Wimsey and his man Bunter interview a not very helpful witness who lives in a hut on the moors and then “like two Cockney innocents, Lord Peter and Bunter set forth at a brisk pace down the narrow moor-track toward Grider’s Hole, with never a glance behind them for the great white menace rolling silently down through the November dusk from the wide loneliness of Whemmeling Fell.” They wander around sightless for some hours, completely unaware that not far away, invisible in the fog, is a large and often fatal bog of quicksand. Until … .

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian Literature/ConanTheBarbarian novel ''Literature/TheHourOfTheDragon'', Valerius curses the fog until he realizes it would hide his advance.
* In ch. XI of CloudsOfWitness ''CloudsOfWitness'' by Dorothy L. Sayers, Lord Peter Wimsey and his man Bunter interview a not very helpful witness who lives in a hut on the moors and then “like two Cockney innocents, Lord Peter and Bunter set forth at a brisk pace down the narrow moor-track toward Grider’s Hole, with never a glance behind them for the great white menace rolling silently down through the November dusk from the wide loneliness of Whemmeling Fell.” They wander around sightless for some hours, completely unaware that not far away, invisible in the fog, is a large and often fatal bog of quicksand. Until … .
26th Jul '16 10:58:29 PM PaulA
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* ''[[Literature/EarthseaTrilogy A Wizard of Earthsea]]''. Duny (who later becomes Sparrowhawk) uses a fog control/illusion spell to confuse invaders and save his village.
* Brandon Sanderson's ''Mistborn'' trilogy features metal-burning magic-users who [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin have a certain affinity with the concealing mists that form from nowhere at nightfall]], which commoners fear. [[spoiler: When the all-powerful, immortal Lord Ruler is assassinated, the mists begin to emerge during the day, last for weeks, form ghosts, and kill people. Though that was to "snap" the skaa peasants and awaken their magic powers so they could fight in the final battle.]]

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* ''[[Literature/EarthseaTrilogy A Wizard of Earthsea]]''.''Literature/AWizardOfEarthsea''. Duny (who later becomes Sparrowhawk) uses a fog control/illusion spell to confuse invaders and save his village.
* Brandon Sanderson's ''Mistborn'' ''Literature/{{Mistborn}}'' trilogy features metal-burning magic-users who [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin have a certain affinity with the concealing mists that form from nowhere at nightfall]], which commoners fear. [[spoiler: When the all-powerful, immortal Lord Ruler is assassinated, the mists begin to emerge during the day, last for weeks, form ghosts, and kill people. Though that was to "snap" the skaa peasants and awaken their magic powers so they could fight in the final battle.]]
1st Jul '16 11:14:33 PM nombretomado
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* The [[SwampsAreEvil swamps of Karda Nui]] in ''{{Bionicle}}'' are shrouded in fog- it's so thick that it can't be seen through even with XRayVision. During the [[GiantSpider Visorak]] invasion, a thick green mist blocking out the sunlight is also mentioned.

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* The [[SwampsAreEvil swamps of Karda Nui]] in ''{{Bionicle}}'' ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'' are shrouded in fog- it's so thick that it can't be seen through even with XRayVision. During the [[GiantSpider Visorak]] invasion, a thick green mist blocking out the sunlight is also mentioned.
4th Jun '16 10:02:30 PM gewunomox
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%%* Most JackTheRipper films.

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%%* Most JackTheRipper UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper films.
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