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9th Dec '17 2:38:11 AM FoxBluereaver
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* Like in the anime, Sir Aaron's Lucario remains sealed inside his staff in ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines''. However, the circumnstances that led him to be sealed in it are ''very'' different.

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* Like in the anime, Sir Aaron's Lucario remains sealed inside his staff in ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines''. However, the circumnstances circumstances that led him to be sealed in it this time around are ''very'' different.
9th Dec '17 2:36:30 AM FoxBluereaver
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* Like in the anime, Sir Aaron's Lucario remains sealed inside his staff in ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines''. However, the circumnstances that led him to be sealed in it are ''very'' different.
30th Nov '17 6:05:23 PM AjWargo
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* In the NES game ''VideoGame/TheKrionConquest'', a good witch is released from a magic staff to fight off an AlienInvasion. Why she was sealed in it in the first place is unknown.

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* In the NES game ''VideoGame/TheKrionConquest'', a good witch who, depending on if you're playing the orginal Japanese version or not, is named either Doropie or Francesca, is released from a magic staff to fight off an AlienInvasion. Why she was sealed in it in the first place is unknown.
24th Nov '17 12:00:28 PM nombretomado
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* Back in the [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]], Fawcett Comics (best known for [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel)]] had a magician super-hero named Ibis the Invincible. He was an ancient Egyptian who had somehow wound up as a mummy, but then got reawakened in the present day in a museum. He then reawakened his mummified lady love (thanks to magic, they were revived as living breathing people, not movie-style mummies), and then he went on to become a very ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician-style super hero. He debuted in ''Whiz Comics'' #2, the very same issue that introduced Captain Marvel. Like the other Fawcett heroes, he's now owned by Creator/DCComics, and pops up once in a while in stories dealing with magic or [[{{Qurac}} the Middle East.]] His signature weapon is a magic wand called the Ibistick.[[/folder]]

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* Back in the [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]], Fawcett Comics (best known for [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel)]] had a magician super-hero named Ibis the Invincible. He was an ancient Egyptian who had somehow wound up as a mummy, but then got reawakened in the present day in a museum. He then reawakened his mummified lady love (thanks to magic, they were revived as living breathing people, not movie-style mummies), and then he went on to become a very ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician-style super hero. He debuted in ''Whiz Comics'' #2, the very same issue that introduced Captain Marvel. Like the other Fawcett heroes, he's now owned by Creator/DCComics, and pops up once in a while in stories dealing with magic or [[{{Qurac}} the Middle East.]] His signature weapon is a magic wand called the Ibistick.[[/folder]]
21st Nov '17 1:11:48 AM Theokal3
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* ''TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful'' has it as a major plotpoint. The titular Princesses used to be the magic-wielding nobility from a Kingdom, whose function was to [[HopeBringer bring hope to the world]] and keep [[TheCorruption the All-Consuming Darkness]] in check. After [[DividedWeFall finally defeating them by taking advantage on their infighting]], minions of the Darkness were unable to exterminate them due to them having BornAgainImmortality, so they instead trapped the large majority of their souls in a LotusEaterMachine, keeping them away for millenia while they spread and turned Earth into a CrapsackWorld. This lasted until the Apollo Landing, which caused Hope to shing brighter for a while on Earth, giving the trapped Princesses and their Queen enough lucidity to break free from the illusion and resulting in [[TheMagicComesBack resurgence of them in the real world]].
20th Oct '17 4:30:30 AM jormis29
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* In ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', Monkey was first birthed from a giant stone egg. After gaining power and immortal indestructibility, he caused such trouble in Heaven that the Buddha sealed him under a mountain. Just five hundred years later, he was freed by Kuan Yin (Avalokiteshvara, the boddhisatva of compassion turned Chinese Goddess) after he promised to reform and help the monk Tripitaka/Xaunzang retrieve the Diamond Sutra from far in the West. This legend has been adapted many times in many ways, including Milo Manara's [[DownerEnding dark]] ''The Young Ape'', the rather {{Bishounen}} ''Manga/{{Saiyuki}}'', and Stephen Chow's ''A Chinese Odyssey'' films.

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* In ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', Monkey was first birthed from a giant stone egg. After gaining power and immortal indestructibility, he caused such trouble in Heaven that the Buddha sealed him under a mountain. Just five hundred years later, he was freed by Kuan Yin (Avalokiteshvara, the boddhisatva of compassion turned Chinese Goddess) after he promised to reform and help the monk Tripitaka/Xaunzang retrieve the Diamond Sutra from far in the West. This legend has been adapted many times in many ways, including Milo Manara's [[DownerEnding dark]] ''The Young Ape'', the rather {{Bishounen}} ''Manga/{{Saiyuki}}'', and Stephen Chow's ''A Chinese Odyssey'' ''Film/AChineseOdyssey'' films.
15th Oct '17 9:40:05 AM Siempie
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** [[spoiler:The Doctor becomes one at the end of "The Pandorica Opens". The legends surrounding the box make it sound like a Sealed Evil, but the whole myth is a trap set up by his enemies, who are all under the mistaken impression that ''he's'' the one behind the universe-ending threat of the season. He gets out of it pretty quickly, but by that point said threat has already come true.]]

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** [[spoiler:The Doctor becomes one at the end of Inverted in "The Pandorica Opens". Opens, as the Pandorica is said to contain [[SealedEvilInACan the greatest evil in the entire universe]], with the Doctor trying to stop his enemies from getting their hands on it as it opens. However, when it finally does open, [[spoiler: it's ''empty''. The legends surrounding the box make it sound like a Sealed Evil, but the whole myth is a trap set up by his the Doctor's enemies, who are all under the mistaken impression that ''he's'' the one behind the universe-ending threat of the season. He gets out of it pretty quickly, but by that point said threat has already come true.The episode ends with him being locked inside the Pandorica, [[AintTooProudToBeg screaming and begging all the way]].]]
19th Sep '17 2:29:32 AM Doug86
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* Back in the [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]], Fawcett Comics (best known for [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel)]] had a magician super-hero named Ibis the Invincible. He was an ancient Egyptian who had somehow wound up as a mummy, but then got reawakened in the present day in a museum. He then reawakened his mummified lady love (thanks to magic, they were revived as living breathing people, not movie-style mummies), and then he went on to become a very ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician-style super hero. He debuted in ''Whiz Comics'' #2, the very same issue that introduced Captain Marvel. Like the other Fawcett heroes, he's now owned by Franchise/DCComics, and pops up once in a while in stories dealing with magic or [[{{Qurac}} the Middle East.]] His signature weapon is a magic wand called the Ibistick.[[/folder]]

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* Back in the [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]], Fawcett Comics (best known for [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel)]] had a magician super-hero named Ibis the Invincible. He was an ancient Egyptian who had somehow wound up as a mummy, but then got reawakened in the present day in a museum. He then reawakened his mummified lady love (thanks to magic, they were revived as living breathing people, not movie-style mummies), and then he went on to become a very ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician-style super hero. He debuted in ''Whiz Comics'' #2, the very same issue that introduced Captain Marvel. Like the other Fawcett heroes, he's now owned by Franchise/DCComics, Creator/DCComics, and pops up once in a while in stories dealing with magic or [[{{Qurac}} the Middle East.]] His signature weapon is a magic wand called the Ibistick.[[/folder]]
19th Sep '17 2:26:30 AM Doug86
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* Back in the [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age,]] Fawcett Comics (best known for [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel)]] had a magician super-hero named Ibis the Invincible. He was an ancient Egyptian who had somehow wound up as a mummy, but then got reawakened in the present day in a museum. He then reawakened his mummified lady love (thanks to magic, they were revived as living breathing people, not movie-style mummies), and then he went on to become a very ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician-style super hero. He debuted in ''Whiz Comics'' #2, the very same issue that introduced Captain Marvel. Like the other Fawcett heroes, he's now owned by DCComics, and pops up once in a while in stories dealing with magic or [[{{Qurac}} the Middle East.]] His signature weapon is a magic wand called the Ibistick.[[/folder]]

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* Back in the [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age,]] Age]], Fawcett Comics (best known for [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel)]] had a magician super-hero named Ibis the Invincible. He was an ancient Egyptian who had somehow wound up as a mummy, but then got reawakened in the present day in a museum. He then reawakened his mummified lady love (thanks to magic, they were revived as living breathing people, not movie-style mummies), and then he went on to become a very ComicStrip/MandrakeTheMagician-style super hero. He debuted in ''Whiz Comics'' #2, the very same issue that introduced Captain Marvel. Like the other Fawcett heroes, he's now owned by DCComics, Franchise/DCComics, and pops up once in a while in stories dealing with magic or [[{{Qurac}} the Middle East.]] His signature weapon is a magic wand called the Ibistick.[[/folder]]
26th Jul '17 7:59:33 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** The series' primary CreationMyth provides an example of a permanent sealing. Anu and Padomay are the [[AnthropomorphicPersonification anthropomorphized]] primordial forces of [[OrderVersusChaos "stasis/order/light" and "change/chaos/darkness"]], respectively. Their interplay in the great "void" of pre-creation led to creation itself. Creation, sometimes anthropomorphized as the female entity "Nir", favored Anu, [[DrivenByEnvy which angered Padomay]]. Padomay killed Nir and [[EarthShatteringKaboom shattered the twelve worlds]] she gave birth to. Anu then wounded Padomay, presuming him dead. Anu salvaged the pieces of the twelve worlds to create one world: Nirn. Padomay returned and wounded Anu, seeking to destroy Nirn. Anu then [[SealedEvilInACan pulled Padomay]] and ''[[TakingYouWithMe himself]]'' outside of time, ending Padomay's threat to creation "forever". From the intermingling of their spilled blood came the "et'Ada", or "original spirits", who would go on to become either the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Aedra or the Daedra]] depending on their actions during creation. (Some myths state that the Aedra come from the mixed blood of Anu and Padomay, while the Daedra come purely from the blood of Padomay).
** Serana from ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' DLC ''Dawnguard'' is an ancient FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire who rebelled against her vampire father, Lord Hakon, centuries ago and was sealed away with an [[PlotCoupon Elder Scroll]] by her mother in order to protect them both from him. Although she's not particularly "good" (admitting freely that for her, the perks of being vampire royalty outweigh any moral compunctions), she seeks to thwart her father's omnicidal plans after being released from her imprisonment and becomes a loyal friend to the [[PlayerCharacter Dragonborn]].



* Serana from ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' add-on ''Dawnguard'' is an ancient FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire who rebelled against her vampire father, Lord Hakon, centuries ago and was sealed away with an [[PlotCoupon Elder Scroll]] by her mother in order to protect them both from him. Although she's not particularly "good" (admitting freely that for her, the perks of being vampire royalty outweigh any moral compunctions), she seeks to thwart her father's omnicidal plans after being released from her imprisonment and becomes a loyal friend to the Dragonborn.
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