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24th Apr '16 9:18:26 AM LordGro
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* ''Literature/OrkneyingaSaga'': When Jarl Paul is betrayed and captured by his own sister and her husband Jarl Maddad of Atholl, Paul offers to give up his jarldom and either travel abroad and never come back, or to enter a monastery for life. His true fate does not become known, but "according to some people", Margaret instead has him blinded and later murdered in prison.

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* ''Literature/OrkneyingaSaga'': When Jarl Paul is betrayed and captured by his own sister Margaret and her husband Jarl Maddad of Atholl, Atholl with the help of Svein Asleifarson, Paul offers to give up his jarldom and either travel abroad and never come back, or to enter a monastery for life. His Svein spreads in Orkney that thus was the state of affairs when he left Paul in Scotland, implying that Margaret and Maddad accepted the deal. Paul's true fate does not become known, but "according to some people", people" Margaret instead has him blinded and later murdered in prison.
24th Apr '16 6:55:50 AM LordGro
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* ''Literature/OrkneyingaSaga'': When Jarl Paul is betrayed and captured by his own sister and her husband Jarl Maddad of Atholl, Paul offers to give up his jarldom and either travel abroad and never come back, or to enter a monastery for life. His true fate does not become known, but "according to some people", Margaret instead has him blinded and later murdered in prison.
12th Apr '16 7:54:43 PM SamCurt
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*** Apparently all this has caused problems as Holocaust survivors age. If you're going senile but still remember the camps, having a chirpy 20-something nurse announce that it's time for you to have a shower is Not Good.

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*** Apparently all this has caused problems as Holocaust survivors age. If you're going senile but still remember the camps, having a chirpy 20-something nurse announce that [[InnocentlyInsensitive it's time for you to have a shower shower]] is [[{{Trigger}} Not Good.Good]].
12th Apr '16 7:26:34 PM Orbiting
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'''Tony Stark:''' *ironically shakes terrorist's hand* No, they won't.\\

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'''Tony Stark:''' *ironically ''[ironically shakes terrorist's hand* hand]'' No, they won't.\\
31st Mar '16 11:39:38 PM WhosAsking
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* In ''Literature/EndersGame'', after Ender's climactic fight with Bonzo Madrid, Bonzo's official records state that he has been "reassigned" to his hometown of Cartagena, Spain. The students assume that this is a euphemism and he has been kicked out of Battle School. [[spoiler: In fact, it is [[ExactWords literally true]]: Bonzo did return to Spain. In a box.]]

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* In ''Literature/EndersGame'', after Ender's climactic fight with Bonzo Madrid, Bonzo's official records state that he has been "reassigned" to his hometown of Cartagena, Spain. The students assume that this is a euphemism and he has been kicked out of Battle School. [[spoiler: In fact, it is [[ExactWords literally true]]: Bonzo did return to Spain. In a box.box[[note]]No government involvement here. Ender had just accidentally killed him, only he didn't know that.[[/note]].]]
16th Feb '16 7:01:49 AM comicwriter
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* Non-lethal variant in ''Manga/UruseiYatsura''. Ryuunosuke goes missing, and her father claims it's because [[Literature/MobyDick she moved to the west to become a sailor and then got involved with the hunt for a white whale]]. Ryuunosuke then hops out BoundAndGagged and reveals that her dad had her tied up underneath the floorboards the entire time.
13th Feb '16 8:23:52 PM Prfnoff
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* The [=STN-J=] in ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin'' claims that captured witches (including innocents and children who've never used their powers for evil and are only rounded up because they happen to have powers) are taken to a special holding facility called "The Factory" where they will be no harm to themselves or others. [[spoiler:In reality, "The Factory" kills them and boils them down into AntiMagic soup.]]

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* The [=STN-J=] in ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin'' ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin'' claims that captured witches (including innocents and children who've never used their powers for evil and are only rounded up because they happen to have powers) are taken to a special holding facility called "The Factory" where they will be no harm to themselves or others. [[spoiler:In reality, "The Factory" kills them and boils them down into AntiMagic soup.]]
13th Feb '16 7:51:20 PM Prfnoff
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* The [=STN-J=] in ''WitchHunterRobin'' claims that captured witches (including innocents and children who've never used their powers for evil and are only rounded up because they happen to have powers) are taken to a special holding facility called "The Factory" where they will be no harm to themselves or others. [[spoiler:In reality, "The Factory" kills them and boils them down into AntiMagic soup.]]

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* The [=STN-J=] in ''WitchHunterRobin'' ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin'' claims that captured witches (including innocents and children who've never used their powers for evil and are only rounded up because they happen to have powers) are taken to a special holding facility called "The Factory" where they will be no harm to themselves or others. [[spoiler:In reality, "The Factory" kills them and boils them down into AntiMagic soup.]]
28th Dec '15 6:29:42 AM WhosAsking
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* The government in ''WitchHunterRobin'' claims that captured witches (including innocents and children who've never used their powers for evil and are only rounded up because they happen to have powers) are taken to special holding facilities where they will be no harm to themselves or others. [[spoiler:In reality, the government kills them and boils them down into AntiMagic soup.]]

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* The government [=STN-J=] in ''WitchHunterRobin'' claims that captured witches (including innocents and children who've never used their powers for evil and are only rounded up because they happen to have powers) are taken to a special holding facilities facility called "The Factory" where they will be no harm to themselves or others. [[spoiler:In reality, the government "The Factory" kills them and boils them down into AntiMagic soup.]]



* An underground city in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' has little food and and water and are unable to reliably care for more then 50 people. Every time the population reaches more than 50 people, they draw straws to see who gets "the blessing of the gods" meaning they get sent up to the surface, which is crawling with HumongousMecha that are charged to kill ''anyone'' on the surface. Tragedy ensues when a pregnant woman gives birth to triplets, bringing the population to 52. The family with triplets doesn't "win," but two {{Heartwarming Orphan}}s do.

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* An underground city in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' has little food and and water and are unable to reliably care for more then 50 people. Every time the population reaches more than 50 people, they draw straws to see who gets "the blessing of the gods" meaning they get sent up to the surface, which is crawling with HumongousMecha that are charged to kill ''anyone'' on the surface. Tragedy ensues when a pregnant woman gives birth to triplets, bringing the population to 52. The family with triplets doesn't "win," but two {{Heartwarming Orphan}}s do.(Gimmy and Darry) do, specifically because they ''were'' orphans and therefore had no family to grieve for them. An older but sharp boy (Rossiu) then learns the truth and decides to go with them: to help care for the orphans and to help maintain the {{Masquerade}} by removing himself and the possibility of uncomfortable questions. The dark nature of the trope is subverted in this case, as the whole episode occurs while Simon and Kamina's group were in their city; the trio end up going with them, becoming significant characters as the series progresses.
23rd Dec '15 6:57:38 PM jormis29
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* In ''WebOriginal/SpaceJanitors'', clone soldiers are supposedly retired to the resort world Pyus Dunes after their four-year Term of Service. Every non-clone has their own theory on what *really* happens. [[spoiler: They really are sent to Pyus Dunes to live out their remaining six years in peace.]]

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* In ''WebOriginal/SpaceJanitors'', ''WebVideo/SpaceJanitors'', clone soldiers are supposedly retired to the resort world Pyus Dunes after their four-year Term of Service. Every non-clone has their own theory on what *really* happens. [[spoiler: They really are sent to Pyus Dunes to live out their remaining six years in peace.]]
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