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21st Apr '17 11:41:44 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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[[caption-width-right:350:ItWasHisSled (no, really, it was).]]

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2nd Apr '17 6:05:26 AM BigKlingy
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* In ''Film/TheTerminator'', Sarah Connor is talking to her mother over the phone. As she's telling her the number for the place she's at, we cut to the other end of the line... and it's ''the Terminator'', mimicking her mother's voice.
29th Mar '17 12:56:08 PM Wyldchyld
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** Yoruichi is a black cat that talks in an extremely masculine way. When finally consents to show his true form to Ichigo, he transforms... into a woman. Lampshaded in-universe, Yoruichi actually gets a huge kick out of setting up people to think she's male before revealing the truth.
** When Aizen is revealed to be alive to his loyal lieutenant and the audience at the same time, an overwhelmed Hinamori hugs him and bursts into tears. Aizen gently apologies for having caused her so much pain and thnaks her for being such a reliable lieutenant... before ending his speech with the word "goodbye" and the sight of him stabbing her through the chest... revealing him to be the BigBad.
** Ichigo thrashes Byakuya, finally winning Rukia's freedom and leaving both himself and Byakuya exhausted and badly injured. When Aizen captures Rukia and the call to all the captains goes out, Ichigo, Renji and Komamura are defeated and Aizen orders Gin to stab Rukia. Gin does so... but the person he stabs is Byakuya, who - despite his injuries and exhaustion - was still fast enough to intervene in an act that is the complete opposite of his previous support for Rukia's execution.

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** Yoruichi is a black cat that talks in an extremely masculine way. When finally consents to show his true form to Ichigo, he transforms... into a woman. Lampshaded in-universe, Yoruichi actually gets a huge kick out of setting up people to think she's male before revealing the truth.
** When Aizen is revealed to be alive to his loyal lieutenant and the audience at the same time, an overwhelmed Hinamori hugs him and bursts into tears. Aizen gently apologies for having caused her so much pain and thnaks thanks her for being such a reliable lieutenant... before ending his speech with the word "goodbye" and the sight of him stabbing her through the chest... revealing him to be the BigBad.
** Ichigo thrashes Byakuya, finally winning Rukia's freedom and leaving both himself and Byakuya exhausted and badly injured. When Aizen captures Rukia and the call to all the captains goes out, Ichigo, Renji and Komamura are defeated and Aizen orders Gin to stab Rukia. Gin does so... but the person he stabs is Byakuya, who - despite his injuries and exhaustion - was still fast enough to intervene in an act that is the complete opposite of his previous support for Rukia's execution.
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** Flashbacks reveal that, 20 years before the start of the story, Aizen was experimenting on a very special hollowfication that was using a Shinigami's soul as a base. The hollow is revealed when it ambushes Isshin... and looks identical to the strange hollow form Ichigo took when fighting Ulquiorra.
25th Mar '17 3:30:12 AM StarTropes
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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'':
** Season 6 ends with a doozy. After Ziva leaves the team to rejoin Mossad, we see a terrorist named Saleem in the Horn of Africa, preparing to interrogate a prisoner--and it's Ziva.
** And then there's the start of Season 7. We once again see Saleem preparing to interrogate his prisoner--and it's ''Tony''.
20th Mar '17 12:03:24 AM jtierney50
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* The appearance of the Prydwen in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' is accompanied with fanfare and a good OhCrap from your companion, if you have one. Rightly so, considering that this is the strongest the Brotherhood of Steel has been in any Fallout game: the west coast Brotherhood has been declining ever since their first appearance in ''{{Fallout}}'', and while the east coast Brotherhood was powerful in ''{{Fallout 3}'', having custody of many suits of power armor, the Pentagon, and a giant death robot, this is a further expansion of their power. It also marks the beginning of the War for the Commonwealth, as the Sole Survivor's attention turns away from hunting down their spouse's killer (having killed him just moments before) and begins to focus on the rising conflict between the Institute, Brotherhood, and Railroad.

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* The appearance of the Prydwen in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' is accompanied with fanfare and a good OhCrap from your companion, if you have one. Rightly so, considering that this is the strongest the Brotherhood of Steel has been in any Fallout game: the west coast Brotherhood has been declining ever since their first appearance in ''{{Fallout}}'', and while the east coast Brotherhood was powerful in ''{{Fallout 3}'', 3}}'', having custody of many suits of power armor, the Pentagon, and a giant death robot, this is a further expansion of their power. It also marks the beginning of the War for the Commonwealth, as the Sole Survivor's attention turns away from hunting down their spouse's killer (having killed him just moments before) and begins to focus on the rising conflict between the Institute, Brotherhood, and Railroad.
20th Mar '17 12:02:59 AM jtierney50
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* The appearance of the Prydwen in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' is accompanied with fanfare and a good OhCrap from your companion, if you have one. Rightly so, considering that this is the strongest the Brotherhood of Steel has been in any Fallout game: the west coast Brotherhood has been declining ever since their first appearance in ''{{Fallout}}'', and while the east coast Brotherhood was powerful in ''{{Fallout 3}'', having custody of many suits of power armor, the Pentagon, and a giant death robot, this is a further expansion of their power. It also marks the beginning of the War for the Commonwealth, as the Sole Survivor's attention turns away from hunting down their spouse's killer (having killed him just moments before) and begins to focus on the rising conflict between the Institute, Brotherhood, and Railroad.
19th Mar '17 2:59:59 PM mlsmithca
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* In the second generation of ''PhantasyStarIII'', you have to take a spaceship to one of the two moons orbiting your world (whichever moon you travel to depends on your hero in this generation). When you take off in the spaceship, you find out that you're not living on a planet, but that the game takes place on a [[GenerationShips Generation Ship]].

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* In the second generation of ''PhantasyStarIII'', ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarIII'', you have to take a spaceship to one of the two moons orbiting your world (whichever moon you travel to depends on your hero in this generation). When you take off in the spaceship, you find out that you're not living on a planet, but that the game takes place on a [[GenerationShips Generation Ship]].
16th Mar '17 2:38:37 PM Beedle
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** When Ragyo tears out Ryuko's heart, and it's glowing with life fibers.
15th Mar '17 6:32:16 PM Valiona
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* In ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline''
** After the battle with the Skull Reaper, Kirito becomes suspicious about Heathcliff's behavior, and, in an attempt to test a theory, attacks him, becoming the first person to reduce him below 50 percent HP. The result is that Heathcliff [[spoiler:is protected by the system changing him into an "IMMORTAL OBJECT", revealing that he's Akihiko Kayaba, creator of the game and the one responsible for imprisoning everyone]].
** Near the end of the Mother's Rosary arc of the anime, Asuna gets a text message from Dr. Kurahashi, [[spoiler:revealing that Yuuki's condition has deteriorated]].



** "Mother's Mercy": "TRAITOR"

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** "Mother's Mercy": "TRAITOR"Jon is summoned outside, supposedly because one of the wildlings has seen his uncle Benjen. Too late, he realizes he's walking into a trap when he sees a sign saying "TRAITOR"
** "The Broken Man": Among the various peasants building a sept is Sandor Clegane- the last time we'd seen him, he was unable to move with injuries that were seemingly fatal.
15th Mar '17 3:07:31 PM Gosicrystal
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* ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' has this in spades. Primarily due to each separate timeline having difference the player wouldn't be expecting.

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* ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' has this in spades. Primarily due to each separate timeline having difference differences the player wouldn't be expecting.
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