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21st Apr '17 8:19:43 PM portaljumper339
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* ''The Ringed City'' DLC for ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'' reveals [[spoiler: that the Darksign is actually one of these; conceived initially as a "seal of fire" by Gwyn to deny access by mankind to the powers of the Abyss, it later became indicative of the Undead Curse. A curse which only began because the Dark found new ways to manifest in mankind other than the healthy, natural way it was supposed to, thus becoming a SelfFulfillingProphecy of sorts; Gwyn's fear of the Dark led to the creation of the Darksign, and through the Darksign the Abyss and Humanity became the very forces of chaos and destruction he feared they were.]]
15th Apr '17 2:40:39 PM eroock
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-->--''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' [[http://darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0694.html #694 "Nuts and Bolts"]]

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-->--''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' -->-- ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' [[http://darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0694.html #694 "Nuts and Bolts"]]
2nd Apr '17 11:59:30 AM EToEyePieNegativeOne
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*** [=KotOR=] 2 ([http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Wars:_Knights_of_the_Old_Republic_II:_The_Sith_Lords Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords]) demonstrates how trying to circumvent ethics programming is very dangerous--showing a droid that he's been unknowingly and unwittingly harming people for years could cause him to shut down and die completely... or it could give him the strength of will to begin ignoring his ethical programming entirely (because it has been proven to him that they don't matter). This is why droids (at least those owned and operated by corporations which have them unwittingly harming people, like Czerka in the above example) have frequent memory wipes to prevent them from becoming too aware of their surroundings and the consequences of their actions.

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*** [=KotOR=] 2 ([http://starwars.([[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Wars:_Knights_of_the_Old_Republic_II:_The_Sith_Lords Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords]) Lords]]) demonstrates how trying to circumvent ethics programming is very dangerous--showing a droid that he's been unknowingly and unwittingly harming people for years could cause him to shut down and die completely... or it could give him the strength of will to begin ignoring his ethical programming entirely (because it has been proven to him that they don't matter). This is why droids (at least those owned and operated by corporations which have them unwittingly harming people, like Czerka in the above example) have frequent memory wipes to prevent them from becoming too aware of their surroundings and the consequences of their actions.
2nd Apr '17 11:56:12 AM EToEyePieNegativeOne
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*** [=KotOR=] 2 demonstrates how trying to circumvent ethics programming is very dangerous--showing a droid that he's been unknowingly and unwittingly harming people for years could cause him to shut down and die completely... or it could give him the strength of will to begin ignoring his ethical programming entirely (because it has been proven to him that they don't matter). This is why droids (at least those owned and operated by corporations which have them unwittingly harming people, like Czerka in the above example) have frequent memory wipes to prevent them from becoming too aware of their surroundings and the consequences of their actions.

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*** [=KotOR=] 2 ([http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Wars:_Knights_of_the_Old_Republic_II:_The_Sith_Lords Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords]) demonstrates how trying to circumvent ethics programming is very dangerous--showing a droid that he's been unknowingly and unwittingly harming people for years could cause him to shut down and die completely... or it could give him the strength of will to begin ignoring his ethical programming entirely (because it has been proven to him that they don't matter). This is why droids (at least those owned and operated by corporations which have them unwittingly harming people, like Czerka in the above example) have frequent memory wipes to prevent them from becoming too aware of their surroundings and the consequences of their actions.
12th Mar '17 9:31:33 AM Vale
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** The legendary Abit BP6 motherboard had this particular modification built in, allowing anyone to drop two stock Celerons in for dual processor fun and frolics without needing to make any modifications whatsoever.
27th Feb '17 5:36:35 PM IamTheCaligula
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* The ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' character Rumia wears on her hair a small ribbon (actually some kind of amulet) that, according to her official profile, she can't touch. It's broadly rumored among fans that the amulet-ribbon is some kind of "seal", and that taking it off will release her true power... in some doujins she becomes [[BonusLevelOfHell EX-Rumia]], in which form she has wings and wields a giant sword.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' character Rumia wears on her hair a small ribbon (actually some kind of amulet) that, according to her official profile, is actually some kind of amulet that she can't cannot touch. It's broadly rumored among fans The most widely held fan theory is that the amulet-ribbon is some kind of "seal", and that taking it off will release her true power... in some doujins she becomes [[BonusLevelOfHell EX-Rumia]], in which form she has wings and wields a giant sword.
25th Feb '17 11:49:17 AM billybobfred
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* The human superego, which reflects the internalization of cultural rules. Effectively, it's the parent or authority figure you carry inside your head which tells you not to do stuff. While it's an essential part of a social individual, an overactive superego can make an individual unhealthily unassertive.

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* The human superego, which reflects the internalization of cultural rules. Effectively, it's the parent or authority figure you carry inside your head which tells you not to do stuff. While it's an essential part of a social individual, an overactive superego can make an individual [[ExtremeDoormat unhealthily unassertive.unassertive]].
21st Feb '17 11:05:21 AM bulmabriefs144
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasy6'', the Salve Crown has the ability to strip away Terra's free will.
21st Feb '17 11:04:17 AM bulmabriefs144
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasy6'', the Salve Crown has the ability to strip away Terra's free will.
4th Feb '17 7:14:49 AM Sharlee
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* Pigs dig with their snouts, so can be discouraged from excessive digging by fitting them with nose rings: if they start rooting through dirt while wearing one, the ring is pressed backward and yanks painfully on the nasal septum.

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* Pigs dig with their snouts, so can be discouraged from excessive digging by fitting them with nose rings: if they start rooting through dirt while wearing one, the ring is pressed pushed backward and yanks presses painfully on the nasal septum.
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