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17th Aug '17 9:11:53 PM Abodos
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** At the start of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', Link wakes up in a strange cave called the Shrine of Resurrection with no knowledge of [[AmnesiacHero who he is]], how he got there, or why he's being guided to specific locations. While you eventually get a chunk of exposition explaining the basic gist of the backstory, there are still lots of recoverable memories, old diaries, and NPC interactions that give you a much more complete picture of what happened.

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** At the start of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', Link wakes up in a strange cave called the Shrine of Resurrection with no knowledge of [[AmnesiacHero who he is]], how he got there, or why he's being guided to specific locations. While you eventually get a chunk of exposition at the end of the tutorial section explaining the basic gist of the backstory, backstory and Link's role, there are still lots of recoverable memories, old diaries, and NPC interactions that give you a much more complete picture of what happened.
27th Jul '17 3:36:18 PM Kalaong
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* Both ''Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}'' did this in one episode each: "Tabula Rasa" for Buffy and "Spin The Bottle" for Angel. In both cases, a spell intended to affect memories went wrong and resulted in the entire main cast [[LaserGuidedAmnesia losing their memories]]. In "Tabula Rasa," they got complete IdentityAmnesia. In "Spin The Bottle," they got IdentityAmnesia removing all memories since their teenage years, which still complicated things because they each spent their teenage years very differently. In both cases, there were many logical but amusingly wrong deductions made about what was going on before they managed to undo the spell.

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* Both ''Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}'' did this in one episode each: "Tabula Rasa" for Buffy and "Spin The Bottle" for Angel. In both cases, a spell intended to affect memories went wrong and resulted in the entire main cast [[LaserGuidedAmnesia losing their memories]]. In "Tabula Rasa," they got complete IdentityAmnesia. In "Spin The Bottle," they got IdentityAmnesia removing all memories since their teenage years, which still complicated things because they each spent their teenage years very differently. years. In both cases, there were many logical but amusingly wrong deductions made about what was going on before they managed to undo the spell.spell.
** "Spin the Bottle" was particularly hilarious given that the dour, contemplative Angel was once the hard-drinking thug Liam. Oh, and he doesn't remember he's a vampire.
1st May '17 1:56:59 PM Abodos
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* The beginning of ''VideOGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'': Link is sent into a parallel world after being transformed into a Deku Shrub and finds himself in the middle of a strange town, unable to escape because there are guards in every exit blocking his path. He needs to find out exactly where he is, what is going on and how to return to normal in three in-game days' time before the world ends. Afterwards, the game plays like a regular Legend of Zelda game.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' is an older example. If you press the islanders on how they arrived on the island or the outside world, they're unable to respond and get migraines.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'', if you press the islanders on how they arrived on the island or the outside world, they're unable to respond and get migraines.
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The beginning of ''VideOGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'': Link is sent into a parallel world after being transformed into a Deku Shrub and finds himself in the middle of a strange town, unable to escape because there are guards in every exit blocking his path. He needs to find out exactly where he is, what is going on and how to return to normal in three in-game days' time before the world ends. Afterwards, the game plays like a regular Legend of Zelda ''Zelda'' game.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' is an older example. If At the start of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', Link wakes up in a strange cave called the Shrine of Resurrection with no knowledge of [[AmnesiacHero who he is]], how he got there, or why he's being guided to specific locations. While you press eventually get a chunk of exposition explaining the islanders on how they arrived on basic gist of the island or the outside world, they're unable to respond backstory, there are still lots of recoverable memories, old diaries, and get migraines. NPC interactions that give you a much more complete picture of what happened.
21st Apr '17 11:52:20 PM Az_Tech341
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* In ''Manga/{{Doubt}}'' a group of friends are kidnapped and taken to an abandoned psychiatric hospital.

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* %%* In ''Manga/{{Doubt}}'' a group of friends are kidnapped and taken to an abandoned psychiatric hospital.
21st Apr '17 11:17:13 PM MichaelKatsuro
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* In ''Manga/{{Doubt}}'' a group of friends are kidnapped and taken to an abandoned psychiatric hospital

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* In ''Manga/{{Doubt}}'' a group of friends are kidnapped and taken to an abandoned psychiatric hospitalhospital.
21st Apr '17 11:16:38 PM MichaelKatsuro
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* In ''Manga/Doubt'' a group of friends are kidnapped and taken to an abandoned psychiatric hospital

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* In ''Manga/Doubt'' ''Manga/{{Doubt}}'' a group of friends are kidnapped and taken to an abandoned psychiatric hospital



* In ''Manga/Judge'', a bunch of people who are strangers to each other wake up in an abandoned building wearing animal masks. Every four hours, they're forced to vote to decide which one of them is going to die.

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* In ''Manga/Judge'', ''Manga/{{Judge}}'', a bunch of people who are strangers to each other wake up in an abandoned building wearing animal masks. Every four hours, they're forced to vote to decide which one of them is going to die.
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