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25th Sep '17 7:33:32 PM TheMasterPanda
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* Taako of ''Podcast/TheAdventureZone'' sacrifices his elven beauty during the Suffering Game arc. Downplayed slightly in that he only becomes average looking, and [[LoopholeAbuse immediately casts Disguise Self to make himself look like his past self.]]
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26th Aug '17 9:49:04 PM Dravencour
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* In ''Film/{{Se7en}}'', the villain cuts up the face of a beautiful but vain woman and makes her choose between suicide and life with an ugly face.

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* In ''Film/{{Se7en}}'', the villain cuts Pride kill has John Doe cutting up the face of a beautiful but vain woman and makes making her choose between suicide and life with an ugly face.
25th Jul '17 3:14:45 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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Related to BeautyEqualsGoodness.

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Related to BeautyEqualsGoodness.BeautyEqualsGoodness and KarmicTransformation.
25th Jul '17 3:09:18 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* The Morlock Masque from ''ComicBook/{{XMen}}'' comics does this to victims with his (her?) mutant powers; because Masque can't use his/her powers to make his/her own ugly face handsome, he/she takes it out on others by making them ugly.

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* The Morlock Masque from ''ComicBook/{{XMen}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' comics does this to victims with his (her?) mutant powers; because Masque can't use his/her powers to make his/her own ugly face handsome, he/she takes it out on others by making them ugly.



* ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'' After kidnapping Princess Vespa, the villains give an ultimatum to her father, threatening to undo her nose job if he doesn't reveal the air dome's combination. Although Vespa herself pleads with him not to, he eventually caves, averting this trope.

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* ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'' ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'': After kidnapping Princess Vespa, the villains give an ultimatum to her father, threatening to undo her nose job if he doesn't reveal the air dome's combination. Although Vespa herself pleads with him not to, he eventually caves, averting this trope.
2nd Jul '17 10:08:54 AM ectostar
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4th Feb '17 9:36:15 PM Monsund
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* Inverted in ''VideoGameKingsQuestIV'' where the ugly, but good hearted [[TheIgor Igor-like]] Edgar is turned into a PrinceCharming by the fairy Genesta for his part in helping the Heroine. Though a later {{Retcon}} made it so that was his original form.
24th Dec '16 5:07:42 AM Gosicrystal
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* Inverted for one story arc of ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'': The normally hideous merc is cursed... into looking like [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Thom Cruz]]. Otherwise played exactly straight, as it was an effective punishment[[note]] He explains that he has no problem with looking ''pretty'', and he even ''wants'' to look pretty, but he wants to look pretty ''himself''. He doesn't want someone else's face.[[/note]].

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* Inverted for one story arc of ''ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'': The normally hideous merc is cursed... into looking like [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Thom Cruz]]. Otherwise played exactly straight, as it was an effective punishment[[note]] He explains that he has no problem with looking ''pretty'', and he even ''wants'' to look pretty, but he wants to look pretty ''himself''. He doesn't want someone else's face.[[/note]].face[[/note]].
23rd Oct '16 12:29:34 PM SimiOfDoom
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* In ''[[Literature/HomecomingDrizzt Homecoming]]'' [[spoiler: Braelin Janquay]] is turned in to a drider by the priestesses of House Melarn. What makes this worse, is, that driders are outcasts of drow society, not only ugly but ''reviled'' by the populance. And the process of turning into one is so incredibly painful that all driders start out with memories of their torment and former lives wiped, because they coudln't stand living otherwise.
23rd May '16 5:49:37 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'' After kidnapping Princess Vespa, the villains give an ultimatum to her father, threatening to undo her nose job if he doesn't reveal the air dome's combination. Although Vespa herself pleads with him not to, he eventually caves, averting this trope.
21st May '16 6:47:32 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* The Morlock Masque from ''ComicBook/{{XMen}}'' comics does this to victims with his (her?) mutant powers; because Masque can't use his/her powers to make his/her own ugly face handsome, he/she takes it out on others by making them ugly.
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