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17th Mar '17 5:57:40 PM Dingbot
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** While [[Comicbook/AllNewGhostRider Robbie Reyes]] resembles the classic Spirits (firey head, firey vehicle), he has a somewhat different origin and power-set, being bonded to an actual ghost rather than a Spirit of Vengeance.

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** While [[Comicbook/AllNewGhostRider Robbie Reyes]] resembles the classic Spirits (firey (fiery head, firey fiery vehicle), he has a somewhat different origin and power-set, being bonded to an actual ghost rather than a Spirit of Vengeance.
31st Dec '16 9:54:02 AM Amberlu
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* [[spoiler:{{Deconstructed}}]] in Literature/WingsOfFire. The Dragonets of Destiny are prophesied to end the War of SandWing Succession. However, that prophecy is thrown off right away by the death of the SkyWing, who is replaced by [[TheUnfavorite Glory.]] Morrowseer reveals at the end of book four that [[spoiler:the entire prophecy was made up as part of a huge, elaborate plan to seize more territory for the NightWings.]] This only makes [[BreakTheCutie Sunny]] more determined to stop the war, and she (along with the other DoD) become TheUnchosenOne.

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* [[spoiler:{{Deconstructed}}]] in Literature/WingsOfFire. The Dragonets of Destiny are prophesied to end the War of SandWing [=SandWing=] Succession. However, that prophecy is thrown off right away by the death of the SkyWing, [=SkyWing=], who is replaced by [[TheUnfavorite Glory.]] Morrowseer reveals at the end of book four that [[spoiler:the entire prophecy was made up as part of a huge, elaborate plan to seize more territory for the NightWings.[=NightWings=].]] This only makes [[BreakTheCutie Sunny]] more determined to stop the war, and she (along with the other DoD) [=DoD=]) become TheUnchosenOne.
31st Dec '16 9:52:01 AM Amberlu
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* [[spoiler:{{Deconstructed}}]] in Literature/WingsOfFire. The Dragonets of Destiny are prophesied to end the War of SandWing Succession. However, that prophecy is thrown off right away by the death of the SkyWing, who is replaced by [[TheUnfavorite Glory.]] Morrowseer reveals at the end of book four that [[spoiler:the entire prophecy was made up as part of a huge, elaborate plan to seize more territory for the NightWings.]] This only makes [[BreakTheCutie Sunny]] more determined to stop the war, and she (along with the other DoD) become TheUnchosenOne.
19th Dec '16 9:34:10 PM aidreamer
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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', the God of Time created the Fate Web to ensure the world is not destroyed prematurely. There are special people called "potentials" who function as this trope, having the capacity to strengthen strengthen and protect it and are directed by the Web to where they are most needed. Zoe in particular is a potential known as the "Storm Breaker", making her the God of Destruction's greatest weakness.
13th Dec '16 6:17:37 PM JoeG
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* In ''Film/BulletproofMonk'', Kar is informed of three prophesies that must be fulfilled in order to become the next Bulletproof Monk. After he completes the third prophesy, he discovers that his girlfriend Jade has also completed the three prophesies in a different manner. Kar and Jade end up sharing the power and tittle of Bulletproof Monk.
20th Nov '16 4:24:41 PM VampireBuddha
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* Comicbook/{{Captain Britain}} is part of the Captain Britain Corps in the ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}'' series, where each different Britain in the Marvel multiverse has one to defend the country. Most of them are different versions of Brian Braddock, but this isn't always the case. Since there's one for almost every reality, not every Captain Britain is Caucasian, male, or even good for that matter. There have been at least two Nazis in the role, since they technically represent the ideals of their Britain. Also Captain Granbretan and Captain Angleterre, who come from Britains that had been conquered by Napoleon. More esoteric Captains Britain have included [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Captain Airstrip-One]], [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Britanicus Rex]], [[UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire Centurion Britannus]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain Colonies]], Comicbook/{{Spider-|Man}}UK, and at least two Skrulls. Oh, and Captain UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}.

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* Comicbook/{{Captain Britain}} is part of the Captain Britain Corps in the ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}'' series, where each different Britain in the Marvel multiverse has one to defend the country. Most of them are different versions of Brian Braddock, but this isn't always the case. Since there's one for almost every reality, not every Captain Britain is Caucasian, male, or even good for that matter. There have been at least two Nazis in the role, since they technically represent the ideals of their Britain. Also Captain Granbretan and Captain Angleterre, who come from Britains that had been conquered by Napoleon. More esoteric Captains Britain have included [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Captain Airstrip-One]], [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Britanicus Rex]], [[UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire Centurion Britannus]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain Colonies]], Comicbook/{{Spider-|Man}}UK, [[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} Spider-UK]], and at least two Skrulls. Oh, and Captain UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}.
20th Nov '16 4:23:57 PM VampireBuddha
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* Captain Britain is part of the Captain Britain Corps in the ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}'' series, where each different Britain in the Marvel multiverse has one to defend the country. Most of them are different versions of Brian Braddock, but this isn't always the case. Since there's one for almost every reality, not every Captain Britain is Caucasian, male, or even good for that matter. There have been at least two Nazis in the role, since they technically represent the ideals of their Britain. Also Captain Granbretan, who comes from a Britain that had been conquered by Napoleon. More esoteric Captains Britain have included [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Captain Airstrip-One]], [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Britanicus Rex]], [[UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire Centurion Britannus]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain Colonies]] and at least two Skrulls. Oh, and Captain UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}.

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* Captain Britain Comicbook/{{Captain Britain}} is part of the Captain Britain Corps in the ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}'' series, where each different Britain in the Marvel multiverse has one to defend the country. Most of them are different versions of Brian Braddock, but this isn't always the case. Since there's one for almost every reality, not every Captain Britain is Caucasian, male, or even good for that matter. There have been at least two Nazis in the role, since they technically represent the ideals of their Britain. Also Captain Granbretan, Granbretan and Captain Angleterre, who comes come from a Britain Britains that had been conquered by Napoleon. More esoteric Captains Britain have included [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Captain Airstrip-One]], [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Britanicus Rex]], [[UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire Centurion Britannus]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain Colonies]] Colonies]], Comicbook/{{Spider-|Man}}UK, and at least two Skrulls. Oh, and Captain UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}.
20th Nov '16 12:25:23 PM VampireBuddha
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** [[spoiler: Ford Pines]], represented by the Six-Fingered Hand (a reference to his [[DistinguishingMark own polydactylism]])

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** [[spoiler: Ford Pines]], The Author, represented by the Six-Fingered Hand (a reference to his [[DistinguishingMark own polydactylism]])
17th Nov '16 8:37:49 PM TheKoS
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* ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' has [[TheAllAmericanBoy Ness]], [[GirlNextDoor Paula]], [[ScienceHero Jeff]] and [[WarriorPrince Poo]] as four chosen teenagers destined to save the universe from [[GalacticConqueror Giygas]], who returns to seek revenge after [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/MOTHER1 his previous encounter with Ninten and friends]].]]

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* ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' has [[TheAllAmericanBoy Ness]], [[GirlNextDoor Paula]], [[ScienceHero Jeff]] and [[WarriorPrince Poo]] as four chosen teenagers destined to save the universe from [[GalacticConqueror Giygas]], who returns to seek revenge after [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/MOTHER1 [[VideoGame/EarthBoundBeginnings his previous encounter with Ninten and friends]].]]
16th Nov '16 4:01:42 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': Surgebinders are all individually chosen by their [[ElementalEmbodiment spren]] for unknowingly fulfilling certain moral codes; Windrunners, for example, focus on protecting people above all else. In ages past, the Surgebinders banded together into ten Orders, called the Knights Radiant. But after the fall of the Knights thousands of years ago, the spren stopped bonding with humans, and the powers were lost. Now, as the story begins, the powers are returning, but the new Surgebinders have no idea what is happening. Several of the burgeoning Knights accidentally kill their spren due to not understanding how the bond fluctuates with their morality.
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