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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.]]
23rd Dec '15 6:55:14 PM dvorak
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* In ''WebOriginal/SpaceJanitors'', cline soldiers are supposedly retired to the resort world Pyus Dunes. Every not-clone has their own theory on what *really* happens. [[spoiler: they're sent to Pyus Dunes to live out their old age in peace.]]
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* In ''WebOriginal/SpaceJanitors'', cline clone soldiers are supposedly retired to the resort world Pyus Dunes. Dunes after their four-year Term of Service. Every not-clone non-clone has their own theory on what *really* happens. [[spoiler: they're They really are sent to Pyus Dunes to live out their old age remaining six years in peace.]]
23rd Dec '15 6:52:43 PM dvorak
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* In ''WebOriginal/SpaceJanitors'', cline soldiers are supposedly retired to the resort world Pyus Dunes. Every not-clone has their own theory on what *really* happens. [[spoiler: they're sent to Pyus Dunes to live out their old age in peace.]]
19th Dec '15 2:27:39 AM Viira
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* In ''VideoGame/Undertale'', in the [[MultipleEndings ending of the game]] where [[spoiler:Papyrus becomes King of the Underground, he'll talk about how he misses his friends. Sans says they went on a long vacation, and Papyrus wishes they'd send a postcard - but they're actually dead, having been killed by the player earlier in the game.]]
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* In ''VideoGame/Undertale'', ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', in the [[MultipleEndings ending of the game]] where [[spoiler:Papyrus becomes King of the Underground, he'll talk about how he misses his friends. Sans says they went on a long vacation, and Papyrus wishes they'd send a postcard - but they're actually dead, having been killed by the player earlier in the game.]]
17th Dec '15 9:55:11 PM jormis29
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* In the orientation and training of [[RedShirt D-Class Personnel]], the Wiki/SCPFoundation assures them that they'll be pardoned and released at the end of the month. If D-class personnel do manage to survive their month of testing with incredibly dangerous objects and entities, they are executed at the end of it anyway to ensure security. * The old "pet ran away to a farm" scenario is used with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1590 SCP-1590]], a [[TheGamePlaysYou real-life]] HiddenObjectGame where one player was sent to a farmyard where he was tasked to "Find the graves of all seven of your childhood pets your parents told you ran away".
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' ** In the orientation and training of [[RedShirt D-Class Personnel]], the Wiki/SCPFoundation Foundation assures them that they'll be pardoned and released at the end of the month. If D-class personnel do manage to survive their month of testing with incredibly dangerous objects and entities, they are executed at the end of it anyway to ensure security. * ** The old "pet ran away to a farm" scenario is used with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1590 SCP-1590]], a [[TheGamePlaysYou real-life]] HiddenObjectGame where one player was sent to a farmyard where he was tasked to "Find the graves of all seven of your childhood pets your parents told you ran away".
17th Dec '15 12:28:14 PM FF32
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* The old "pet ran away to a farm" scenario is used with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1590 SCP-1590]], a [[TheGamePlaysYou real-life]] HiddenObjectGame where one player was sent to a farmyard where he was tasked to "Find the graves of all seven of your childhood pets your parents told you ran away".
14th Dec '15 1:44:51 PM Summergale
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* In ''VideoGame/Undertale'', in the [[MultipleEndings ending of the game]] where [[spoiler:Papyrus becomes King of the Underground, he'll talk about how he misses his friends. Sans says they went on a long vacation, and Papyrus wishes they'd send a postcard - but they're actually dead, having been killed by the player earlier in the game.]]
4th Dec '15 1:00:14 PM MAI742
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** Between early 1942 and early 1943 the Extermination Camps of Treblinka, Bełżec, and Sobibór were designed to meet the specifications of the grand Fiction that the Undesirables were being deported to somewhere in Germany's Eastern Empire. Of course, [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready they had no intention of continuing to feed the Unfit elements and risk them transmitting diseases to the Fit elements as per previous policies]]. Apparently they managed to make these camps (which were remarkably small) look rather innocuous. Ostensibly the camps were just another more stop on the onward journey, where the deportees would either have a quick shower or be allocated and locked into slightly odd-looking vans for transport elsewhere.
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** Between early 1942 and early 1943 the Extermination Camps of Treblinka, Bełżec, and Sobibór were designed to meet the specifications of the grand Fiction that the Undesirables were being deported to somewhere in Germany's Eastern Empire. Of course, [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready they had no intention of continuing to feed the Unfit elements and risk them transmitting diseases to the Fit elements as per previous policies]]. Apparently they managed to make these camps (which were remarkably small) look rather innocuous. Ostensibly the camps were each camp was just another one more stop on the onward journey, where the deportees would either have a quick shower or be allocated and locked into slightly odd-looking vans for transport elsewhere.
1st Dec '15 11:25:55 AM MAI742
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** Between early 1942 and early 1943 the Extermination Camps of Treblinka, Bełżec, and Sobibór were designed to meet the specifications of the grand Fiction that the Undesirables were being deported to somewhere in Germany's Eastern Empire. Of course, [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready they had no intention of continuing to feed the Unfit elements and risk them transmitting diseases to the Fit elements as per previous policies]]. Apparently they did passable jobs of looking utterly innocuous, ostensibly being ordinary stops where the deportees would either have a quick shower or be allocated and locked into slightly odd-looking vans for transport elsewhere.
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** Between early 1942 and early 1943 the Extermination Camps of Treblinka, Bełżec, and Sobibór were designed to meet the specifications of the grand Fiction that the Undesirables were being deported to somewhere in Germany's Eastern Empire. Of course, [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready they had no intention of continuing to feed the Unfit elements and risk them transmitting diseases to the Fit elements as per previous policies]]. Apparently they did passable jobs of looking utterly innocuous, ostensibly being ordinary stops managed to make these camps (which were remarkably small) look rather innocuous. Ostensibly the camps were just another more stop on the onward journey, where the deportees would either have a quick shower or be allocated and locked into slightly odd-looking vans for transport elsewhere.
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