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5th May '16 5:07:40 PM MadCat221
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** Despite the Council's laws against it, you encounter ''two'' rogue AI programs in just the first game - one which evolved from a casino-cheating program, and one built by your own bosses as a tactical tool. [[spoiler: Cerberus steals the second one and it ends up working for you under her new name, [=EDI=].]]

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** Despite the Council's laws against it, you encounter ''two'' rogue AI programs in just the first game - one which evolved from a casino-cheating program, and one built by your own bosses as a tactical tool. [[spoiler: Cerberus steals the second one and it ends up working for you under her new name, [=EDI=].]][=EDI=], and [[BenevolentAI she's alright.]]]]
1st May '16 5:25:02 AM erforce
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* And also in ''Film/TheTerminator'', particularly in the second and third movie.
* ''I, Robot''. See Asimov's entry for literature below.

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* And also in ''Film/TheTerminator'', particularly in the second [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay second]] and third [[Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines third]] movie.
* ''I, Robot''.''Film/IRobot''. See Asimov's entry for literature below.
25th Apr '16 10:58:09 AM erforce
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* Jacob Crow in ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'' [[spoiler:creates the Timesplitters]] as part of an attempt to gain immortality.

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* Jacob Crow in ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'' ''VideoGame/TimeSplittersFuturePerfect'' [[spoiler:creates the Timesplitters]] as part of an attempt to gain immortality.
28th Mar '16 9:55:32 PM jormis29
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** Demise, a projecting telepath. Projects the memory of his own death to kill. Demise had drawn the Black Queen (in the setting's SuperPowerLottery, 90% of those afflicted by the Mass Empowerment Event just die horribly) and was treated with the experimental Drumpf cure. He CameBackWrong.

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** Demise, a projecting telepath. Projects the memory of his own death to kill. Demise had drawn the Black Queen (in the setting's SuperPowerLottery, 90% of those afflicted by the Mass Empowerment Event just die horribly) and was treated with the experimental Drumpf Trump cure. He CameBackWrong.
28th Mar '16 7:28:44 PM peixe200
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. [[MachineWorship Adeptus Mechanicus]]. [[SkeleBot9000 Necrons]]. First believe they can use the second. The second think only about killing them. The second succeeds 99,(9)% of the time.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. [[MachineWorship Adeptus Mechanicus]]. [[SkeleBot9000 Necrons]]. First believe they can use the second. The second think only about killing them. The second succeeds 99,(9)% 99(,9)% of the time.



** Demise, a projecting telepath. Projects the memory of his own death to kill. Demise had drawn the Black Queen (in the setting's SuperPowerLottery, 90% of those afflicted by the Mass Empowerment Event just die horribly) and was treated with the experimental Trump cure. He CameBackWrong.

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** Demise, a projecting telepath. Projects the memory of his own death to kill. Demise had drawn the Black Queen (in the setting's SuperPowerLottery, 90% of those afflicted by the Mass Empowerment Event just die horribly) and was treated with the experimental Trump Drumpf cure. He CameBackWrong.
14th Feb '16 5:06:50 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* COBRA tries to play God in the first six-part ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' mini-series by creating a weapon that controls the weather; when the weapon is sundered, the disasters it was creating are ''worsened''.


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* The entire plot of the six-part ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' "Arise Serpentor Arise" involved Dr. Mindbender trying to emulate Frankenstein by splicing the DNA of historical figures to create a perfect leader. Didn't turn out too well. He got a leader, but Serpentor turned out as much a failure at leading COBRA as the Commander was.
29th Dec '15 5:14:50 AM Anddrix
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* ''SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom'' has done this on at least two occasions. In the first case, it turned out that he [[GoMadFromTheRevelation wasn't quite capable of]] [[PowerIncontinence handling the Beyonder's power]]. The second time, he gave it up because [[VictoryIsBoring being God bored him.]]

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* ''SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom'' ''Doctor Doom'' has done this on at least two occasions. In the first case, it turned out that he [[GoMadFromTheRevelation wasn't quite capable of]] [[PowerIncontinence handling the Beyonder's power]]. The second time, he gave it up because [[VictoryIsBoring being God bored him.]]
5th Dec '15 4:04:28 PM eroock
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->''The Krells, in the insolence of their success, tried to usurp the power of God. And were destroyed.''

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->''The ->''"The Krells, in the insolence of their success, tried to usurp the power of God. And were destroyed.''"''
28th Nov '15 6:42:43 PM WillKeaton
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' , while future medical science is sophisticated enough that characters almost routinely come back from clinical death. However, some extreme attempts have fallen into this trope, such as Kira wanting her boyfriend, Vedek Bareil, to be rejuvenated by using artificial parts to replace decaying brain tissue. This is progressive and further replacements leave him less and less Bajoran till he asks to be allowed to die.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' , while ''Franchise/StarTrek'': While future medical science is sophisticated enough that characters almost routinely come back from clinical death. However, some extreme attempts have fallen into this trope, such as Kira wanting her boyfriend, Vedek Bareil, to be rejuvenated by using artificial parts to replace decaying brain tissue. This is progressive and further replacements leave him less and less Bajoran till he asks to be allowed to die.
8th Nov '15 11:06:14 PM Dravencour
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* Project F of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', which attempts to bring back the dead by creating a clone [[GeneticMemory with the memories and personality of the original]]. As it's a subset of Artificial Mage research mentioned under Genetic Engineering, this is also banned by TheFederation.

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* Project F of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'', which attempts to bring back the dead by creating a clone [[GeneticMemory with the memories and personality of the original]]. As it's a subset of Artificial Mage research mentioned under Genetic Engineering, this is also banned by TheFederation. [[spoiler:Series DarkMagicalGirl and ultimately {{Lancer}} Fate Testarossa was one of the products of this project, and the development of her own personality led to her mother, Precia, being [[AbusiveParents absolutely horrible to her]]]].
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