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4th Dec '16 4:38:28 PM TomServo3000
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9th Nov '16 7:16:30 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* An issue of Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}} has John Constantine dealing with the ghost of a recently deceased Unit 731 scientist who participated in these kinds of experiments. In contrast to the experiments described below under Real Life that at least had purpose, the ghost relates all manner of ForTheEvulz stories about the pointless 'experiments' he and his colleagues had done. He even preempts the question of "why?" by explaining "You have to understand; we were insane." His last request is that he wants to die being vivisected by John using his rusty wartime surgical implements before moving on, not for absolution, but because he feels it would be appropriate.

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* An issue of Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}} has John Constantine dealing with the ghost of a recently deceased Unit 731 scientist who participated in these kinds of experiments. In contrast to the experiments described below under Real Life that at least had purpose, the ghost relates all manner of ForTheEvulz stories about the pointless 'experiments' he and his colleagues had done. He even preempts the question of "why?" or "How would this help you win the war?" by explaining "You have to understand; we were insane." His last request is that he wants to die being vivisected by John using his rusty wartime surgical implements before moving on, not for absolution, but because he feels it would be appropriate.
9th Nov '16 7:16:00 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* An issue of Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}} has John Constantine dealing with the ghost of a recently deceased Unit 731 scientist who participated in these kinds of experiments. In contrast to the experiments described below under Real Life that at least had purpose, the ghost relates all manner of ForTheEvulz stories about the otherwise pointless experiments he and his colleagues had done. He even preempts the question of "why?" by explaining "You have to understand; we were quite mad." His last request is that he wants to die being vivisected by John using his rusty wartime surgical implements before moving on, not for absolution, but because he feels it would be appropriate.

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* An issue of Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}} has John Constantine dealing with the ghost of a recently deceased Unit 731 scientist who participated in these kinds of experiments. In contrast to the experiments described below under Real Life that at least had purpose, the ghost relates all manner of ForTheEvulz stories about the otherwise pointless experiments 'experiments' he and his colleagues had done. He even preempts the question of "why?" by explaining "You have to understand; we were quite mad.insane." His last request is that he wants to die being vivisected by John using his rusty wartime surgical implements before moving on, not for absolution, but because he feels it would be appropriate.
9th Nov '16 7:02:54 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* An issue of Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}} has John Constantine dealing with the ghost of a recently deceased Unit 731 scientist who participated in these kinds of experiments. In contrast to the experiments described below under Real Life that at least had purpose, the ghost relates all manner of ForTheEvulz stories about what he and his colleagues had done, and even preempts the question of "why?" by explaining "You have to understand; we were quite mad." He wants to be vivisected before moving on not for absolution, but because he feels it would be appropriate.

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* An issue of Comicbook/{{Hellblazer}} has John Constantine dealing with the ghost of a recently deceased Unit 731 scientist who participated in these kinds of experiments. In contrast to the experiments described below under Real Life that at least had purpose, the ghost relates all manner of ForTheEvulz stories about what the otherwise pointless experiments he and his colleagues had done, and done. He even preempts the question of "why?" by explaining "You have to understand; we were quite mad." He His last request is that he wants to be die being vivisected by John using his rusty wartime surgical implements before moving on on, not for absolution, but because he feels it would be appropriate.
6th Nov '16 12:00:51 PM wootzits
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* ''{{Narutaru}}'' plays with this; Akira is really worried that something along these lines will happen if people find out about the "shadow dragons" because "[[GenreSavvy that's how it always happens in manga...]]"

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* ''{{Narutaru}}'' ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}'' plays with this; Akira is really worried that something along these lines will happen if people find out about the "shadow dragons" because "[[GenreSavvy that's how it always happens in manga...]]"



* In the early episodes of ''KeroroGunsou'', this is part of the reason (along with imprisonment and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking potential traffic accidents]]) why the alien frogs are not allowed to go out on their own, at least before they develop their {{Mobile Suit Human}}s.

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* In the early episodes of ''KeroroGunsou'', ''Manga/SgtFrog'', this is part of the reason (along with imprisonment and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking potential traffic accidents]]) why the alien frogs are not allowed to go out on their own, at least before they develop their {{Mobile Suit Human}}s.
20th Oct '16 10:53:58 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* During [[WorldWarTwo World War 2]], Japanese Unit 731 did this to Prisoners of War and Chinese civilians with their vivisecting. They also tore babies out of pregnant women, tested how much damage bombs and various diseases did on the prisoners, and tried out poison gas, all without anesthesia or any medical treatment. Unlike Mengele, they actually did produce some useful data and made artificial blood, which led to the US military's biological and chemical weapons departments insisting on their freedom in exchange for their findings. [[KarmaHoudini They got it, their medical qualifications meaning many also went on to become rich]].

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* During [[WorldWarTwo World War 2]], the Japanese Unit 731 731, headed by Shiro Ishiii, did this to Prisoners of War and Chinese civilians with their vivisecting. vivisection campaigns. They also tore babies out of pregnant women, threw prisoners into pressure chambers, tested how much damage bombs and various diseases did on the prisoners, and tried out poison gas, all without anesthesia or any medical treatment. Unlike Mengele, they some doctors actually did produce some useful data such as the infection rates of malaria and made created artificial blood, which led to the US military's biological and chemical weapons departments insisting on their freedom of ''all'' the doctors, including Ishii, in exchange for their findings. [[KarmaHoudini They got it, their medical qualifications meaning many also went on to become rich]].
17th Sep '16 10:03:52 AM JustinCognito
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** 2nd Ed introduces Insatiate Alchemists, humans who have learned of the Prometheans' status as walking alchemical reactors and decided to hunt them down in the name of working wonders. Mind you, the miracle ingredient for the Alchemists' works is the substance that naturally accrues as Prometheans [[ToBecomeHuman take steps towards completing their Pilgrimage]]... but they don't really seem to care. One anecdote describes an Alchemist who's made a killing on the "cash for gold" market - namely because he always seems to store of strangely organ-shaped ore...

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** 2nd Ed introduces Insatiate Alchemists, humans who have learned of the Prometheans' status as walking alchemical reactors and decided to hunt them down in the name of working wonders. Mind you, the miracle ingredient for the Alchemists' works is the substance that naturally accrues as Prometheans [[ToBecomeHuman take steps towards completing their Pilgrimage]]... but they don't really seem to care. One anecdote describes an Alchemist who's made a killing on the "cash for gold" market - namely because he always seems to have a store of strangely organ-shaped ore...
17th Sep '16 10:02:43 AM JustinCognito
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** There's also Utopia Now, a group of tech workers and venture capitalists who have decided to advance mankind and create perfected cities using reclaimed parts of [[TabletopGame/DemonTheDescent the God-Machine]]... including, if need be, parts of demons.
17th Sep '16 9:59:22 AM JustinCognito
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** 2nd Ed introduces Insatiate Alchemists, humans who have learned of the Promethean's status as walking alchemical reactors and decided to hunt them down in the name of working wonders. Mind you, the miracle ingredient for the Alchemists' works is the substance that naturally accrues as Prometheans [[ToBecomeHuman take steps towards completing their Pilgrimage]]... but they don't really seem to care. One anecdote describes an Alchemist who's made a killing on the "cash for gold" market - namely because he always seems to store of strangely organ-shaped ore...

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** 2nd Ed introduces Insatiate Alchemists, humans who have learned of the Promethean's Prometheans' status as walking alchemical reactors and decided to hunt them down in the name of working wonders. Mind you, the miracle ingredient for the Alchemists' works is the substance that naturally accrues as Prometheans [[ToBecomeHuman take steps towards completing their Pilgrimage]]... but they don't really seem to care. One anecdote describes an Alchemist who's made a killing on the "cash for gold" market - namely because he always seems to store of strangely organ-shaped ore...
17th Sep '16 9:59:04 AM JustinCognito
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** 2nd Ed introduces Insatiate Alchemists, humans who have learned of the Promethean's status as walking alchemical reactors and decided to hunt them down in the name of working wonders. Mind you, the miracle ingredient for the Alchemists' works is the substance that naturally accrues as Prometheans [[ToBecomeHuman take steps towards completing their Pilgrimage]]... but they don't really seem to care. One anecdote describes an Alchemist who's made a killing on the "cash for gold" market - namely because he always seems to store of strangely organ-shaped ore...
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