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3rd Oct '17 3:24:10 AM Morgenthaler
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** Garak's crime is revealed in the StarTrekExpandedUniverse novel ''A Stitch in Time'' (which takes place after the end of the Dominion War but is full of {{flashback}}s to Garak's early years). He falls for a woman of a higher political stature, who ends up marrying a social equal. They start meeting in secret, only for Enabran Tain (Garak's father and boss) to reveal that her husband knows about the meetings and needs to be quietly "removed". The husband ends up kidnapping Garak, so Garak is forced to make a quick and dirty kill instead. Had he done it quietly, without leaving evidence of the Obsidian Order's involvement, he probably would've remained on Cardassia Prime. As it is, Tain feels that Garak is a failure and exiles him. Besides, leaving him on the homeworld, would leave Garak open to retribution by the dead man's powerful family.

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** Garak's crime is revealed in the StarTrekExpandedUniverse Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse novel ''A Stitch in Time'' (which takes place after the end of the Dominion War but is full of {{flashback}}s to Garak's early years). He falls for a woman of a higher political stature, who ends up marrying a social equal. They start meeting in secret, only for Enabran Tain (Garak's father and boss) to reveal that her husband knows about the meetings and needs to be quietly "removed". The husband ends up kidnapping Garak, so Garak is forced to make a quick and dirty kill instead. Had he done it quietly, without leaving evidence of the Obsidian Order's involvement, he probably would've remained on Cardassia Prime. As it is, Tain feels that Garak is a failure and exiles him. Besides, leaving him on the homeworld, would leave Garak open to retribution by the dead man's powerful family.
28th Sep '17 6:29:28 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/DevonMonk's ''[[Literature/AgeOfSteam Dead Iron]]'', [=LeFel=]'s backstory. Which has the side effect of making him mortal.

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* In Creator/DevonMonk's ''[[Literature/AgeOfSteam Dead Iron]]'', ''Literature/DeadIron'', [=LeFel=]'s backstory. Which has the side effect of making him mortal.
12th Sep '17 7:01:18 AM raistlinsama
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* In ''Literature/Nightrunner'', Seregil has been exiled from his homeland, Aurenen, because of a crime he committed when he was younger. When he gets to go back temporarily as a diplomatic envoy he is referred as "The Exile" instead of his real name.

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* In ''Literature/Nightrunner'', the ''Literature/NightRunner'' series, Seregil has been exiled from his homeland, Aurenen, Aurënen, because of a crime he committed when he was younger. When he gets to go back temporarily as a diplomatic envoy in the third book he is referred to as "The Exile" instead of his real name.
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12th Sep '17 5:36:11 AM raistlinsama
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* 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.

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* In ''Literature/TheDragonridersofPern'' ''Literature/DragonridersofPern'' 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.
* In ''Literature/Nightrunner'', Seregil has been exiled from his homeland, Aurenen, because of a crime he committed when he was younger. When he gets to go back temporarily as a diplomatic envoy he is referred as "The Exile" instead of his real name.
3rd Sep '17 8:41:11 PM Daedalis
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* ''ComicBook/{{Copperhead}}'' has Floyd Sewell, who ran up enough gambling debt to be effectively kicked out of town. After that his actions indirectly led to [[spoiler:the massacre of his family]] and his mother disowned him, forcing him to take shelter in the town ruled by anarchy. Even there he's trying to keep his nose clean to earn his way back to Copperhead.
3rd Aug '17 8:07:49 AM Kirayoshi
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* ''Series/FatherBrown'': Edward and Jia-Li become these in "The Prize of General Gerard". After Jia-Li murders Gerard rather than [[WifeHusbandry submit to being his mistress,]] she and Edward, who had fallen in love with each other, flee Britain with forged passports. Father Brown, having satisfied himself that Jia-Li was truly repentant for killing Gerard, turns a blind eye to their escape.

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* ''Series/FatherBrown'': Edward and Jia-Li become these in exiles at the end of "The Prize of General Gerard". After Jia-Li murders Gerard rather than [[WifeHusbandry submit to being his mistress,]] she and Edward, who had fallen in love with each other, flee Britain with forged passports. Father Brown, having satisfied himself that Jia-Li was truly repentant for killing Gerard, turns a blind eye to their escape.
3rd Aug '17 8:07:00 AM Kirayoshi
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* ''Series/FatherBrown'': Edward and Jia-Li become these in "The Prize of General Gerard". After Jia-Li murders Gerard rather than [[WifeHusbandry submit to being his mistress,]] she and Edward, who had fallen in love with each other, flee Britain with forged passports. Father Brown, having satisfied himself that Jia-Li was truly repentant for killing Gerard, turns a blind eye to their escape.
17th Jun '17 3:12:37 AM SebastianGray
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** In ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'' some [[OurOgresAreHungrier Ogors]] are forced to take up the life of a wandering mercenary, known as a Maneater, after falling out with their fellows and being banished from their tribe. Such Ogors donít mind their situation however as they are now able to be paid for doing what they enjoy most, fighting.
14th Jun '17 12:28:07 PM Trooper924
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* The very first episode of ''Series/DoctorWho'' had the Doctor claim that he and his granddaughter were exiles from their home planet, though later episodes retconned it as more of a self-imposed exile. He was more properly this as the Third Doctor who spent most of his tenure stranded on Earth with his TARDIS disabled and his knowledge of time travel erased as punishment for violating the Time Lords' [[AlienNonInterferenceClause non-interference policy]].
10th Jun '17 2:46:25 PM nombretomado
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* The Illuminati ([[{{Illuminati}} named after, but no relation]]) in Creator/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 Creator/MarvelComics took it upon themselves to banish TheHulk from planet Earth, leading to WorldWarHulk.''ComicBook/WorldWarHulk''.
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