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18th Jun '18 4:37:32 PM Gamermaster
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* There are four {{Muggles}} in ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' who are aware of the existence of dragons: Kobayashi, Takiya, Shouta's mother, and Chloe. The first two have {{Monster Roommate}}s, the third is in a MuggleMageRomance, and the fourth found out when Kanna rescued her from a kidnapping.
17th Jun '18 9:14:38 AM Sharlee
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** Creator/AlanRickman became a ''RealLife'' SecretKeeper about Severus Snape's motives, when Creator/JKRowling told him that [[spoiler: Snape loved Lily Potter]] years before this information was revealed in the books.
8th Jun '18 1:16:01 PM LavonPapillon1
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* ''Fanfic/BecomingLifprasir'': During his time as "Cattongue", only a few people knew who he really was, including Thuggory, Heather and Camicazi. Eventually [[spoiler:Gobber catches him without his mask on in his old study at the forge and agrees to keep his secret.]]
25th May '18 12:21:40 PM KingLyger
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* ''VideoGame/Persona5'': Moon Arcana Confidant Yuuki Mishima quickly figures out that the main character Akira/Joker is a member of the Phantom Thieves. Fortunately, he's also one of Akira's biggest supporters, being the owner and admin of Joker's official fansite. Towards the endgame, [[spoiler: Akira's guardian (and Hierophant Confidant) Sojiro Sakura]] also figures out what Joker and his friends have been up too. In fact, [[spoiler:all of the maxed-ranked NPC Confidants will figure out that Joker's a Phantom Thief, usually because the assholes ruining the Confidants' lives end up becoming targets of the Thieves]].

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Moon Arcana Confidant Yuuki Mishima quickly figures out that the main character Akira/Joker Joker is a member of the Phantom Thieves. Fortunately, he's also one of Akira's Joker's biggest supporters, being the owner and admin of Joker's official fansite. fansite.
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Towards the endgame, [[spoiler: Akira's [[spoiler:Joker's guardian (and Hierophant Confidant) Sojiro Sakura]] also figures out what Joker and his friends have been up too. In fact, [[spoiler:all to when the calling card for one of the Phantom Thieves' targets comes into their possession.
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of the maxed-ranked NPC Confidants will figure out that Joker's a Phantom Thief, usually because the assholes ruining the Confidants' lives end up becoming targets of the Thieves]].Thieves, and they simply put two-and-two together. Luckily, the confidants all resolve to keep it a secret because Joker helped them out.
19th May '18 3:26:30 PM gophergiggles
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* One episode of the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' shows ''part of the U.S. Government'' to be this for Batman. Amanda Waller even uses this to intimidate the Dark Knight in ''Ultimatum'':

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One episode of the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' shows that ''part of the U.S. Government'' to be is this for Batman. Amanda Waller even uses this to intimidate the Dark Knight in ''Ultimatum'':



** Speaking of Batman, if anyone has a secret in the Justice League you can almost count on the Dark Knight knowing it. Best shown when they are considering sharing their secret identities with one another to go incognito as their civilian personas and some of them have reservations about it; Batman ''impatiently blows each person's cover'':
--> '''Batman:''' Wally West! Clark Kent! Bruce Wayne! Get dressed!
* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''
** Robin continues the trend when [[spoiler:Artemis reveals she's the daughter and sister of Sportsmaster and Cheshire, respectively]]. Robin admits he knew all along and that it didn't matter to him.
** [[spoiler:Superboy similarly knew Miss Martian's true form was a ghastly, gangly white alien all along and simply didn't care.]]
** In a twist on the usual SecretIdentity trope, Robin is hiding his civilian identity from his superhero teammates. WordOfGod (and [[AllThereInTheManual Free Comic Book Day tie-in]]) is that while Batman has forbidden him from revealing his real name, he told Wally anyway. It's also likely that Haly, his old circus Ringmaster, knows he is Robin as the man instantly recognized "Dan's" moves to be those of Dick Grayson's and knowingly accepted his JustPassingThrough excuse for showing up, saving the day, and moving on without asking a single question.



* In a twist on the usual SecretIdentity trope, Robin from ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' is hiding his civilian identity from his superhero teammates. WordOfGod (and [[AllThereInTheManual Free Comic Book Day tie-in]]) is that while Batman has forbidden him from revealing his real name, he told Wally anyway.
11th Apr '18 7:32:09 AM Bisected8
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* In the start of ''Manga/WanderingSon'' only Takatsuki and Nitori know each other are {{transsexual}}. Over the span more of their friends begin learning and eventually both just out themselves in middle school [[spoiler:when Takatsuki begins wearing the boy's uniform to school and Nitori tries (and fails) to wear a female uniform to school.]]

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* In the start of ''Manga/WanderingSon'' only Takatsuki and Nitori know each other are {{transsexual}}.{{transgender}}. Over the span more of their friends begin learning and eventually both just out themselves in middle school [[spoiler:when Takatsuki begins wearing the boy's uniform to school and Nitori tries (and fails) to wear a female uniform to school.]]
27th Mar '18 10:14:58 PM Gamermaster
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** At the end of the season there's Arisa, Suzaka, and Nanoha's family discovering Nanoha and Fate's secret as {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s. ''Reflection'' reveals that Arisa and Suzuka's parents are also in on the existence of magic (within the movie continuity, anyways). Whether or not Suzuka's older sister Shinobu knows is unspecified, though she probably does.

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** At the end of the season season, there's Arisa, Suzaka, and Nanoha's family discovering Nanoha and Fate's secret as {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s. ''Reflection'' reveals that Arisa and Suzuka's parents are also in on the existence of magic (within the movie continuity, anyways). Whether or not Suzuka's older sister Shinobu knows is unspecified, though she probably does.
23rd Mar '18 3:34:28 PM gb00393
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** Brienne is the only other person who knows the truth about why Jaime murdered Aerys Targaryen.

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** Brienne is the only other person one of three people who knows know the truth about why Jaime murdered Aerys Targaryen.


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** Tyrion shares with Daenerys the real reason why Jaime killed her father, Aerys, at the same time revealing that Jaime told him the truth, which did not happen in the books. On the other hand, he declines her request to tell her why he killed his father, which he says is a secret he might tell someday, if given enough wine.
15th Feb '18 9:35:31 PM Gamermaster
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** At the end of the season there's Arisa, Suzaka, and Nanoha's family discovering Nanoha and Fate's secret as {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s.

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** At the end of the season there's Arisa, Suzaka, and Nanoha's family discovering Nanoha and Fate's secret as {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s. ''Reflection'' reveals that Arisa and Suzuka's parents are also in on the existence of magic (within the movie continuity, anyways). Whether or not Suzuka's older sister Shinobu knows is unspecified, though she probably does.
4th Dec '17 10:46:28 AM lillolillo
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** In the Post-Crisis era, Superman, Comicbook/LoisLane, Pa and Ma Kent and Comicbook/LanaLang know that Linda Lang is Supergirl. Lana actually helped Kara set it up, pretending that she is her niece. ''[[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]]'' -the third ''Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}''- knows Kara's secret identity and vice versa.

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** In the [[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Post-Crisis era, era]], Superman, Comicbook/LoisLane, Pa and Ma Kent and Comicbook/LanaLang know that Linda Lang is Supergirl. Lana actually helped Kara set it up, pretending that she is her niece. ''[[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]]'' -the third ''Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}''- knows Kara's secret identity and vice versa.
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