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23rd Jan '17 2:12:08 AM Luppercus
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* Grammi invokes this trope in ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' when she finds a baby ogre in a BabyMorphEpisode, unknown to her that the ogre was magically de-aged. When the effect passes the ogre went back to Drekmore at the service of the BigBad Igthorn, yet he remembered Grammiís care to some extent.
13th Oct '16 11:10:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/SkyHigh'' - [[spoiler: Royal Pain was regressed to a baby by her own Pacifier device, then raised by her henchman to be evil again. Royal Pain intended to do this with ''all'' the heroes, raising them to be villains under her command.]]

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* ''Film/SkyHigh'' ''Film/SkyHigh2005'' - [[spoiler: Royal Pain was regressed to a baby by her own Pacifier device, then raised by her henchman to be evil again. Royal Pain intended to do this with ''all'' the heroes, raising them to be villains under her command.]]



* In ''AHeroBorn'' the hero offers to let the villain do this to him [[spoiler: again]] should the latter win a game of chess.

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* In ''AHeroBorn'' ''Literature/AHeroBorn'' the hero offers to let the villain do this to him [[spoiler: again]] should the latter win a game of chess.
10th Oct '16 5:39:01 AM Randallw201238
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* [[spoiler: ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} is killed by his own daughter by an Amazon, Grail, but is then reborn in the son of Crime Syndicate Superwoman and Black Adam so Grail can control and torture her father forever. After a massive battle daughter and father-baby escape and she vows to raise him with love; the infant's [[UhOhEyes smouldering]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] (plus StatusQuoIsGod) hint this may not work out.]]

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* [[spoiler: ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} is killed by his own daughter by an Amazon, Grail, but is then reborn in the son of Crime Syndicate Superwoman and Black Adam Mazahs so Grail can control and torture her father forever. After a massive battle daughter and father-baby escape and she vows to raise him with love; the infant's [[UhOhEyes smouldering]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] (plus StatusQuoIsGod) hint this may not work out.]]
16th Sep '16 4:28:25 PM LupineMoon
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* In [[Fanfic/{{Dangerverse}} Dangerverse]] [[spoiler: Elladora Gamp]] turns herself into a baby and gets passed off as her illegitimate child, to be raised by her blood-traitor sister and husband.
11th Sep '16 9:02:10 AM flondrix
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* The RealLife religious doctrine of reincarnation is based on the idea that the universe gives you a second chance to live a good life. A few even have a way to get it to ''stop'' doing this as their goal.
* The literal implication behind calling a young person an "old soul" is that they have undergone this. In practice, the term is more of a euphemism for "young person too dumb to recognize when they're being patronized," though.



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* The RealLife religious doctrine of reincarnation is based on the idea that the universe gives you a second chance to live a good life. A few even have a way to get it to ''stop'' doing this as their goal.
* The literal implication behind calling a young person an "old soul" is that they have undergone this. In practice, the term is more of a euphemism for "young person too dumb to recognize when they're being patronized," though.
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* The RealLife religious doctrine of reincarnation is based on the idea that the universe gives you a second chance to live a good life. A few even have a way to get it to ''stop'' doing this as their goal.
* The literal implication behind calling a young person an "old soul" is that they have undergone this. In practice, the term is more of a euphemism for "young person too dumb to recognize when they're being patronized," though.
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20th Aug '16 9:34:30 AM nombretomado
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* In ''TheDragonDoctors'', a team of thieves tries to steal a drum full of rejuvenating fluid. Goro, the soldier surgeon, cracks open the drum with a booby trap and one of the thieves is exposed to a massive, incurable overdose of the fluid, turning her into a confused infant. The last we see of her she's being handed to someone in Pediatric Care and being reassured that she'll be well-taken-care-of.

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* In ''TheDragonDoctors'', ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'', a team of thieves tries to steal a drum full of rejuvenating fluid. Goro, the soldier surgeon, cracks open the drum with a booby trap and one of the thieves is exposed to a massive, incurable overdose of the fluid, turning her into a confused infant. The last we see of her she's being handed to someone in Pediatric Care and being reassured that she'll be well-taken-care-of.
21st Jun '16 9:12:55 PM HighCrate
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', this seems to be what will happen to [[spoiler:The Lich]]. [[spoiler:Finn takes advantage of ReviveKillsZombie to turn him into a giant baby, then [[DoorstopBaby leaves him with Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig]] for them to raise.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', this seems BigBad the Lich is splashed with the blood of a Guardian, which has such powerful healing properties that it can cause flesh to be what will happen to [[spoiler:The Lich]]. [[spoiler:Finn takes advantage of ReviveKillsZombie to turn him into regrow over bare bones. The skeletal Lich is covered in flesh and reborn as a giant baby, then [[DoorstopBaby leaves him which Finn and Jake drop off with Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig]] for them Pig to raise.]]
raise. [[spoiler: He's usually a sweet-natured and cheerful child, but a SpotlightEpisode demonstrates that the malevolent spirit of the Lich is still lurking inside, as powerful as ever, and can be let out under the right circumstances.]]
27th May '16 11:17:36 PM Lanthorn
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* [[spoiler: ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} is killed by his own daughter by an Amazon, Grail, but is then reborn in the son of Crime Syndicate Superwoman and Black Adam so Grail can control and torture her father forever. After a massive battle daughter and father-baby escape and she vows to raise him with love; the infant's [[UhOhEyes smouldering]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] (plus StatusQuoIsGod) hint this may not work out.]]
19th May '16 2:00:05 PM Willbyr
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* As Kid Buu finally disintegrates into nothingness at the end of ''Manga/DragonBall Z'', Goku wishes for his soul to be reincarnated so he's a better person. Indeed, Buu is reincarnated as [[SdrawkcabName Uub]], a kindly and friendly boy from a poor village whom Goku meets again during the Tenkaichi Budokai. After a quick match to gauge Uub's powers, Goku takes him away and blows off the whole tournament, leaving on a years-long training mission to bring Uub up to speed.

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As Kid Buu finally disintegrates into nothingness at the end of ''Manga/DragonBall Z'', ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', Goku wishes for his soul to be reincarnated so he's a better person. Indeed, Buu is reincarnated as [[SdrawkcabName Uub]], a kindly and friendly boy from a poor village whom Goku meets again during the Tenkaichi Budokai. After a quick match to gauge Uub's powers, Goku takes him away and blows off the whole tournament, leaving on a years-long training mission to bring Uub up to speed.



* Mayuka in ''TenchiMuyo: Daughter of Darkness''. She starts out as a {{Tykebomb}} created by the movie's villain, but is reverted to a fetus at the end. [[MadScientist Washu]] puts her in an artificial womb, with the whole cast intending to help raise her once she's born (again).

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* Mayuka in ''TenchiMuyo: ''Anime/TenchiMuyo: Daughter of Darkness''. She starts out as a {{Tykebomb}} created by the movie's villain, but is reverted to a fetus at the end. [[MadScientist Washu]] puts her in an artificial womb, with the whole cast intending to help raise her once she's born (again).
15th May '16 11:14:43 AM nombretomado
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* {{Magneto}}, the famous ''ComicBook/XMen'' villain, [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_upF4Etvqv9Y/TTeH6zxyUeI/AAAAAAAAGkg/F6Yut5TvV2E/s1600/babies.jpg was changed]] from a mad world-conqueror into a more morally gray character this way, by his own creation, the "Ultimate Mutant". While he was later aged back to adulthood by a villain, complete with all his memories, his megalomania was now gone. We also have Cassandra Nova, in ''ComicBook/NewXMen''.

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* {{Magneto}}, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, the famous ''ComicBook/XMen'' villain, [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_upF4Etvqv9Y/TTeH6zxyUeI/AAAAAAAAGkg/F6Yut5TvV2E/s1600/babies.jpg was changed]] from a mad world-conqueror into a more morally gray character this way, by his own creation, the "Ultimate Mutant". While he was later aged back to adulthood by a villain, complete with all his memories, his megalomania was now gone. We also have Cassandra Nova, in ''ComicBook/NewXMen''.
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