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12th Dec '17 7:39:32 PM rjd1922
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* A favourite line of ''Anime/DigimonSavers'''s Daimon Masaru.
** Typically, dubs don't carry this phrase over, substituting it for something that sounds more badass to the Western ear, but the Savers dub, Digimon Data Squad, actually uses this phrase frequently. And since [[spoiler: Kurata]] is the biggest monster in the Digi-verse (yes, even Myotismon has met his match) everyone gets a chance to say it more than a few times. The dub of ''Anime/DigimonTamers,'' on the other hand, used it once, by [[TheHero Takato]] and [[DarkIsNotEvil Guilmon]] as [[KnightInShiningArmor Gallantmon]]. It was [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[BadassBiker Beelzemon]], who said "You can't ''forgive'' me? I don't recall ever ''asking'' for forgiveness!" And then the fight was on. It's not {{Narm}}ful like the Data Squad version because Gallantmon didn't dramatically yell it, but stated it in a more matter-of-fact "this is why I must kill you" manner, befitting a literal KnightInShiningArmor.
*** Despite Digimon being a kids show, Gallantmon was willing to execute Beelzemon, and would have gone through with it were it not for the fact that said enemy's biggest victim, Juri/Jeri, asked for him to be spared.

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* A favourite line of ''Anime/DigimonSavers'''s Daimon Masaru.
Masaru Daimon.
** Typically, dubs don't carry this phrase over, substituting it for something that sounds more badass to the Western ear, but the Savers dub, Digimon ''Digimon Data Squad, Squad'', actually uses this phrase frequently. And since [[spoiler: Kurata]] is the biggest monster in the Digi-verse (yes, even Myotismon has met his match) everyone gets a chance to say it more than a few times. The dub of ''Anime/DigimonTamers,'' on the other hand, used it once, by [[TheHero Takato]] and [[DarkIsNotEvil Guilmon]] as [[KnightInShiningArmor Gallantmon]]. It was [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by [[BadassBiker Beelzemon]], who said "You can't ''forgive'' me? I don't recall ever ''asking'' for forgiveness!" And then the fight was on. It's not {{Narm}}ful like the Data Squad version because Gallantmon didn't dramatically yell it, but stated it in a more matter-of-fact "this is why I must kill you" manner, befitting a literal KnightInShiningArmor.
*** Despite Digimon ''Digimon'' being a kids show, Gallantmon was willing to execute Beelzemon, and would have gone through with it were it not for the fact that said enemy's biggest victim, Juri/Jeri, asked for him to be spared.
10th Dec '17 11:27:10 PM MasterN
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It is also used as a way of pointing out to the audience how evil this guy is -- that he is completely beyond {{forgiveness}} and [[HeelFaceTurn redemption]], especially if the guy they said it to is a CompleteMonster. Particularly if the character being issued the challenge has crossed the MoralEventHorizon, so that the main character can freely kill them without FridgeLogic causing them to wonder [[MoralDissonance if that was really necessary]]. Similarly, it can also be used to point out [[WhatAnIdiot how stupid]] the guy is, seeing how they proved to be just plain TooDumbToLive. Naturally, anyone stupid enough to make that someone hit them with such a phrase is bound to feel rather [[ItsAllMyFault guilty]].

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It is also used as a way of pointing out to the audience how evil this guy character is -- that he is they are completely beyond {{forgiveness}} and [[HeelFaceTurn redemption]], especially if the guy they said it to is a CompleteMonster. redemption]]. Particularly if the character being issued the challenge has crossed the MoralEventHorizon, especially if they are a CompleteMonster, so that the main character can freely kill them without FridgeLogic causing them to wonder [[MoralDissonance if that was really necessary]]. Similarly, it can also be used to point out [[WhatAnIdiot how stupid]] the guy characters is, seeing how they proved to be just plain TooDumbToLive. Naturally, anyone stupid enough to make that someone hit them with such a phrase is bound to feel rather [[ItsAllMyFault guilty]].
guilty]]. [[LackOfEmpathy Or not]].
10th Dec '17 11:23:19 PM MasterN
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Someone might be [[NiceGuy the kindest, most laid-back person in the world]], but sometimes even they get, [[BerserkButton pushed too far]]. Then they say ''"This is unforgivable!"''[[note]]''"Yurusenai!"'' or ''"Yurusanai!"'' in Japanese,[[/note]] and the audience knows that an asskicking of epic proportions is about to start.

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Someone might be [[NiceGuy the kindest, most laid-back person in the world]], but sometimes even they get, get [[BerserkButton pushed too far]]. Then they say ''"This is unforgivable!"''[[note]]''"Yurusenai!"'' or ''"Yurusanai!"'' in Japanese,[[/note]] and the audience knows that an asskicking of epic proportions is about to start.
28th Oct '17 1:44:03 AM Crackalacking
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*** Being the ChivalrousPervert he is, he will also never forgive anyone who [[WouldHitAGirl raises their hand against an innocent woman]]. [[spoiler: So when his asshole brother Niji does everything mentioned above, you can simply imagine Saji's utter ''FURY''.]]

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*** Being the ChivalrousPervert he is, he will also never forgive anyone who [[WouldHitAGirl raises their hand against an innocent woman]]. [[spoiler: So when his asshole brother Niji does everything mentioned above, you can simply imagine Saji's Sanji's utter ''FURY''.'''''FURY'''''.]]
28th Oct '17 1:40:27 AM Crackalacking
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*** Being the ChivalrousPervert he is, he will also never forgive anyone who [[WouldHitAGirl raises their hand against an innocent woman]]. [[spoiler: So when his asshole brother Niji does everything mentioned above, you can simply imagine Saji's utter ''FURY''.]]
16th Oct '17 9:30:07 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', in one of the late Thieves' Guild quests, you enter a dungeon to find an entire group of bandits slaughtered. When you meet up with your friends, they explain that it was the work of the traitor you're hunting down. Brynjolf says this:

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
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In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', the series' backstory, Zurin Arctus, [[GodEmperor Tiber Septim]]'s [[CourtMage Imperial Battlemage]], was tasked by Septim with figuring out a way to power and control the Numidium, a HumongousMecha of [[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwemer]] construction which Septim acquired as part of the Armistice with the [[PhysicalGod god-kings]] of Morrowind. [[MultipleChoicePast While there are several versions of the events that followed]], Arctus would become (or [[MergerOfSouls become part of]]) the undying being known as the Underking, whose soul was placed in the [[SoulJar Mantella]] to power the Numidium. Septim would use it to complete his conquest of Tamriel, but would then start using it backhanded ways Arctus/the Underking did not intend (such as destroying the neutral royal families of Tamriel so that he could enthrone persons he knew to be loyal). The Underking considered this unforgivable, confronted Septim about this misuse, and then flew into a rage, in which he destroyed the Numidium and blasted the Mantella into [[SpiritWorld Aetherius]]. One of the [[MultipleEndings possible endings]] of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall]]'' is to return the Mantella to the Underking, [[ICannotSelfTerminate finally allowing]] [[WhoWantsToLiveForever him to die]].
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'',
in one of the late Thieves' Guild quests, you enter a dungeon to find an entire group of bandits slaughtered. When you meet up with your friends, they explain that it was the work of the traitor you're hunting down. Brynjolf says this:
23rd Sep '17 11:21:52 AM Dravencour
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To the western ear, it seems quite [[{{Narm}} anti-climactic and quaint,]] [[ValuesDissonance but to the Japanese, this is ]]''SeriousBusiness.'' It is the Challenge, and it is rarely defeated. Specifically, it has to do with a notion in the Japanese culture of narrowing possibilities; if the subject can't be forgiven for a transgression, then the only ''other'' option is that [[DisproportionateRetribution he's about to get his head ripped off or otherwise punished in a severe fashion]].[[note]]The act, being a form of DisproportionateRetribution might cause the person committing it to [[HeWhoFightsMonsters become the same person as the victim in terms of morality]].[[/note]] It also has to do with the fact that in Japanese culture, being able to both ask for forgiveness and accept it are considered a virtue, therefore refusing to accept their forgiveness holds a lot more weight. And the person who can't forgive ''won't'' give this up. Most of this has to do with Japan's brutal code of {{honor|BeforeReason}} dating back to the Medieval times. Back in the era of the {{samurai}} and the like, this had even more teeth, since the person who made this challenge very likely ''would'' chase you to the ends of the earth for revenge, [[RevengeBeforeReason even if it's detrimental]]. Basically, it's only said to someone who (in the speaker's opinion) has crossed the MoralEventHorizon, but also entails a burden: the speaker is ''so'' offended that UnstoppableRage is the ''only'' option. Obviously, it can overlap with PreAsskickingOneLiner, so expect serious butt-kicking in the following RightMakesMight fight.

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To the western ear, it seems quite [[{{Narm}} anti-climactic and quaint,]] [[ValuesDissonance but to the Japanese, this is ]]''SeriousBusiness.'' It is the Challenge, and it is rarely defeated. Specifically, it has to do with a notion in the Japanese culture of narrowing possibilities; if the subject can't be forgiven for a transgression, then the only ''other'' option is that [[DisproportionateRetribution he's about to get his head ripped off or otherwise punished in a severe fashion]].[[note]]The act, being a form of DisproportionateRetribution might cause the person committing it to [[HeWhoFightsMonsters become the same person as the victim in terms of morality]].[[/note]] It also has to do with the fact that in Japanese culture, being able to both ask for forgiveness and accept it are considered a virtue, therefore refusing to accept their forgiveness holds a lot more weight. And the person who can't forgive ''won't'' give this up. Most of this has to do with Japan's brutal code of {{honor|BeforeReason}} dating back to the Medieval times. feudal era. Back in the era of the {{samurai}} and the like, this had even more teeth, since the person who made this challenge very likely ''would'' chase you to the ends of the earth for revenge, [[RevengeBeforeReason even if it's it was detrimental]]. Basically, it's only said to someone who (in the speaker's opinion) has crossed the MoralEventHorizon, but also entails a burden: the speaker is ''so'' offended that UnstoppableRage is the ''only'' option. Obviously, it can overlap with PreAsskickingOneLiner, so expect serious butt-kicking in the following RightMakesMight fight.
21st Sep '17 1:31:21 PM KF106
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*** Also, earlier in the game, the Pok&e Ball Factory's president shouts at Team Flare, who had just invaded it, that he will never forgive anyone who tries to steal all of the Pok&e Balls for themselves.

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*** Also, earlier in the game, the Pok&e Poké Ball Factory's president shouts at Team Flare, who had just invaded it, that he will never forgive anyone who tries to steal all of the Pok&e Poké Balls for themselves.
21st Sep '17 1:30:03 PM KF106
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*** Also, earlier in the game, the Pok&e Ball Factory's president shouts at Team Flare, who had just invaded it, that he will never forgive anyone who tries to steal all of the Pok&e Balls for themselves.


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** In ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', [[spoiler:Lusamine says to Lillie that she will never forgive her for keeping Cosmog away from her for so long]].
29th Aug '17 8:17:07 PM WillBGood
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-->'''Nostalgia Critic''': To err is human... TO MAKE THE WORST PIECE OF COW SHIT TO EVER STAR [[ShaquilleONeal A BAD-ACTING, 7-FOOT TALL BASKETBALL SUPERSTAR]] IS UNFORGIVABLE!!!

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-->'''Nostalgia Critic''': To err is human... TO MAKE THE WORST PIECE OF COW SHIT TO EVER STAR [[ShaquilleONeal [[Creator/ShaquilleONeal A BAD-ACTING, 7-FOOT TALL BASKETBALL SUPERSTAR]] IS UNFORGIVABLE!!!
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