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5th Mar '17 11:32:57 AM nombretomado
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* The Illuminati ([[{{Illuminati}} named after, but no relation]]) in MarvelComics took it upon themselves to banish TheHulk from planet Earth, leading to WorldWarHulk.

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* The Illuminati ([[{{Illuminati}} named after, but no relation]]) in MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics took it upon themselves to banish TheHulk from planet Earth, leading to WorldWarHulk.
18th Jan '17 12:54:13 PM FringeBenefits
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* [[CaptainObvious Obviously]], all of the Outcasts in ''{{Tasakeru}}''.

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* [[CaptainObvious Obviously]], all of the Outcasts in ''{{Tasakeru}}''.''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}''.
13th Jan '17 4:54:50 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Daenerys and Viserys have spent the time since Robert's Rebellion seeking supporters and running from enemies in the Free Cities.
** Ser Jorah Mormont fled Westeros to avoid punishment for selling slaves. Later, he is also banished from Meereen when Daenerys discovers he was initially spying on her for Robert Baratheon.
** Season 4 ends with several prominent characters departing Westeros to become this.
17th Dec '16 1:11:26 PM julietvalcouer
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* Mitth'raw'nuruodo, the future [[Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy Grand Admiral Thrawn]], is dumped on a deserted planet with no means of escape by his own people, the Chiss, for his disregard for their military tradition of never practicing preemptive warfare or being the ones to ShootTheDog. By accident or design, he's found by an Imperial ship and eventually returns to the Unknown Regions, but while he has the firepower to do so, he never seems to challenge his exile and return or exact any kind of revenge, instead protecting his people by [[TakeAThirdOption using the Empire's resources to build his own empire around them.]]
* In ''Literature/TheDragonridersofPern'' exile is the preferred punishment for capital crimes. Dragonriders teleport the condemned to deserted islands, where they're left with a small amount of supplies and no means of escape.
10th Dec '16 11:00:53 AM nombretomado
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian story "Literature/RoguesInTheHouse," Murillo thinks that the ear given to him in a box might be a warning to leave for voluntary exile, but does not want to risk it. Later, Nabonidus asks him why he didn't take the warning, and Murillo retorts that he did not know he would be allowed to.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian Literature/ConanTheBarbarian story "Literature/RoguesInTheHouse," Murillo thinks that the ear given to him in a box might be a warning to leave for voluntary exile, but does not want to risk it. Later, Nabonidus asks him why he didn't take the warning, and Murillo retorts that he did not know he would be allowed to.
30th Oct '16 2:13:17 PM nombretomado
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** Henry Bolingbroke, first cousin to Theatre/RichardII, was exiled before participating in a duel (the other duellist was exiled as well) in 1398. When Henry's father died, Richard seized all of Henry's inherited properties. This drove Henry to return from exile with an army and overthrew the unpopular Richard, becoming HenryIV in the process.

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** Henry Bolingbroke, first cousin to Theatre/RichardII, was exiled before participating in a duel (the other duellist was exiled as well) in 1398. When Henry's father died, Richard seized all of Henry's inherited properties. This drove Henry to return from exile with an army and overthrew the unpopular Richard, becoming HenryIV Theatre/HenryIV in the process.
29th Oct '16 3:07:09 PM nombretomado
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* Several characters in ''TheGunganCouncil'' have been exiled for several reasons:

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* Several characters in ''TheGunganCouncil'' ''Roleplay/TheGunganCouncil'' have been exiled for several reasons:
13th Aug '16 6:08:09 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Discworld}}'' fic ''Fanfic/TheBlackSheep'', Balthazar Smith-Rhodes serves a prison sentence in his native Howondaland for actively breaking quite a few of his country's laws. Unrepentant, he is then exiled to the faraway Central Continent, where he becomes adventurer "Howondaland Smith". (His family employ an Assassin-trained ninja attack lawyer to get him to drop the "Rhodes" bit from the name; he is permitted to remain a Smith as this is considered acceptably generic). The story covers part of his life as a con-man and eventual return home to Howondaland.

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* In ''{{Discworld}}'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fic ''Fanfic/TheBlackSheep'', Balthazar Smith-Rhodes serves a prison sentence in his native Howondaland for actively breaking quite a few of his country's laws. Unrepentant, he is then exiled to the faraway Central Continent, where he becomes adventurer "Howondaland Smith". (His family employ an Assassin-trained ninja attack lawyer to get him to drop the "Rhodes" bit from the name; he is permitted to remain a Smith as this is considered acceptably generic). The story covers part of his life as a con-man and eventual return home to Howondaland.
12th Aug '16 8:13:34 PM nombretomado
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* United Empire Loyalists were those who had supported the crown during the AmericanRevolution but had to leave following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. At least 45,000 from the hitherto Thirteen Colonies relocated, mostly to New Brunswick (which was carved out of Nova Scotia to accomodate them) and Upper Canada (now Ontario) - many freed slaves and native tribes such as the Iroquois also followed. The mass influx of non-French into Canada, as well as the general suspicion towards the rather violenty-established "mob rule" that took hold in the United States guided the organization of Canada in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

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* United Empire Loyalists were those who had supported the crown during the AmericanRevolution UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution but had to leave following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. At least 45,000 from the hitherto Thirteen Colonies relocated, mostly to New Brunswick (which was carved out of Nova Scotia to accomodate accommodate them) and Upper Canada (now Ontario) - many freed slaves and native tribes such as the Iroquois also followed. The mass influx of non-French into Canada, as well as the general suspicion towards the rather violenty-established "mob rule" that took hold in the United States guided the organization of Canada in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
6th Aug '16 2:52:21 AM Agelastos
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** These Icelandic outlaws were called "skógarmenn" or "skóggangsmenn" (roughly translated: "woodsmen" or "forest-walking men"). German conservative revolutionary author Ernst Jünger's (a)political archetype "der Waldgänger" ("the Forest Fleer") is loosely based on the skóggangsmaður (and on the philosophy of egoist anarchist Max Stirner).

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** These Icelandic outlaws were called "skógarmenn" or "skóggangsmenn" (roughly translated: "woodsmen" or "forest-walking men"). German conservative revolutionary author Ernst Jünger's (a)political archetype "der Waldgänger" ("the Forest Fleer") is loosely based on the skóggangsmaður (and skóggangsmaður, and on the philosophy of egoist anarchist Max Stirner).Stirner.
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