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26th Apr '16 12:53:17 PM catmuto
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* ''[[Franchise/FatalFrame Fatal Frame II'': Thanks, Itsuki! Wanting to help Yae and Sae escape the village, so that they won't have to go through the same, [[VirginSacrifice horrible]] ritual that you did with your brother, is very noble. And it mostly succeeded. Yae managed to escape, but Sae tripped and was captured, forced to go through the ritual herself and it resulted in a failure and doomed your entire hometown. [[spoiler:Granted, you did kill yourself shortly after they ran off and you likely never learned that last bit...]]

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* ''[[Franchise/FatalFrame Fatal Frame II'': II]]'': Thanks, Itsuki! Wanting to help Yae and Sae escape the village, so that they won't have to go through the same, [[VirginSacrifice horrible]] ritual that you did with your brother, is very noble. And it mostly succeeded. Yae managed to escape, but Sae tripped and was captured, forced to go through the ritual herself and it resulted in a failure and doomed your entire hometown. [[spoiler:Granted, you did kill yourself shortly after they ran off and you likely never learned that last bit...]]
26th Apr '16 12:52:44 PM catmuto
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* ''[[Franchise/FatalFrame Fatal Frame II'': Thanks, Itsuki! Wanting to help Yae and Sae escape the village, so that they won't have to go through the same, [[VirginSacrifice horrible]] ritual that you did with your brother, is very noble. And it mostly succeeded. Yae managed to escape, but Sae tripped and was captured, forced to go through the ritual herself and it resulted in a failure and doomed your entire hometown. [[spoiler:Granted, you did kill yourself shortly after they ran off and you likely never learned that last bit...]]
15th Apr '16 5:42:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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*** To be fair, however, Pit and Palutena had no choice but to kill the Phoenix, as [[XanatosGambit doing nothing would have allowed the Phoenix to attack humanity]]. Also, Arlon blatantly [[PoorCommunicationKills refused to tell them]] what the Lunar Sanctum's purpose was, so they had no way of knowing what would happen; in this case, Viridi even admits that the entire Chaos Kin fiasco [[CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot could have been avoided]] if Arlon had simply told them that in the first place.
4th Apr '16 9:10:18 AM TheDiego908
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*** You also kill Jenova so Holy can stop Meteor, but Holy ends up making things even worse until the Lifestream pops up to save the day. Sure, all this happens in the end cutscene without the player having any control, but still.

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*** You also kill Jenova so Holy can stop Meteor, Meteor[[spoiler:, but Holy ends up making things even worse until the Lifestream pops up to save the day. Sure, all this happens in the end cutscene without the player having any control, but still.still]].


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*** There's also the Nibelheim Incident, where [[spoiler:Cloud proved how much of an AlmightyJanitor he was by killing Sephiroth via throwing him in the Lifestream]]. While he effectively stopped an OmnicidalManiac in the making, he also indirectly infused Sephiroth with Jenova and the power of the Lifestream, making him even more powerful than ever five years after his death.
14th Mar '16 2:56:50 PM contrafanxxx
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* After beating Isa & Kachi in ''VideoGame/SinAndPunishmentStarSuccessor'', [[spoiler: it becomes quite clear that you helped Achi, the villain of first game, by killing her opposition!]]
14th Mar '16 2:37:50 PM Prfnoff
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** In ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX'', ALL of the aliens respond to Denton's message which include the Festum, Vajra, ELS, Human-Machina, Skrugg, and [[{{Demonbane}} Anticross]]. [[spoiler:In ''Heroman'' finale, it's shown that that's not the case: the Skrugg were called to the ''wrong'' Earth by the same message which called the main cast.]]
* In the NeoGeoPocket version of ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'', the bosses (the usual [[VideoGame/FatalFury Geese Howard]] and [[Franchise/StreetFighter M. Bison]]) unveil a clone of Iori or Ryu, whom they intend to be the first of their powered-up slaves for their world conquest scheme... ''and your team will be next''. Once you defeat Geese and Bison, you discover that your fight caused the clone, an [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity Orochi Iori]]''/''[[SuperpoweredEvilSide Evil Ryu]], to be released. And, of course, the 2 cowardly bosses are leaving YOU to stop him. [[SNKBoss "Enjoy the wrath of Orochi blood!"]]

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** In ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsUX'', ALL of the aliens respond to Denton's message which include the Festum, Vajra, ELS, Human-Machina, Skrugg, and [[{{Demonbane}} [[VisualNovel/{{Demonbane}} Anticross]]. [[spoiler:In ''Heroman'' finale, it's shown that that's not the case: the Skrugg were called to the ''wrong'' Earth by the same message which called the main cast.]]
* In the NeoGeoPocket UsefulNotes/NeoGeoPocket version of ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom'', the bosses (the usual [[VideoGame/FatalFury Geese Howard]] and [[Franchise/StreetFighter M. Bison]]) unveil a clone of Iori or Ryu, whom they intend to be the first of their powered-up slaves for their world conquest scheme... ''and your team will be next''. Once you defeat Geese and Bison, you discover that your fight caused the clone, an [[WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity Orochi Iori]]''/''[[SuperpoweredEvilSide Evil Ryu]], to be released. And, of course, the 2 cowardly bosses are leaving YOU to stop him. [[SNKBoss "Enjoy the wrath of Orochi blood!"]]
13th Mar '16 6:03:07 AM Qvar
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** In Metal Gear Solid V you are sent to destroy an oil pumping facility that has been leaking crude all over the place. Turns out [[spoiler:this was intentional, to be able to burn a whole infected village without raising much suspicion]]. This ends up bitting you back in the ass when your motherbase [[spoiler:gets infected with the disease because you fooled that containment plan]].
12th Feb '16 5:09:32 PM GrammarNavi
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* In the {{P|layStation2}}S2 game ''{{VideoGame/Vexx}}'', you start off the game being told by an old man called Darby to collect Wraithearts to power the Rift to travel to new worlds. After you collect a certain number of hearts, it's revealed that [[spoiler:Darby is actually the Big Bad, Dark Yabu, in disguise, and had Vexx collecting Wraithearts for him so HE could use the Rift and unleash his pet Shadowraiths on all the worlds.]] Your objective remains the same, however.

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* In the {{P|layStation2}}S2 UsefulNotes/{{P|layStation2}}S2 game ''{{VideoGame/Vexx}}'', you start off the game being told by an old man called Darby to collect Wraithearts to power the Rift to travel to new worlds. After you collect a certain number of hearts, it's revealed that [[spoiler:Darby is actually the Big Bad, Dark Yabu, in disguise, and had Vexx collecting Wraithearts for him so HE could use the Rift and unleash his pet Shadowraiths on all the worlds.]] Your objective remains the same, however.
6th Feb '16 8:41:15 AM Koveras
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** And then, there's ''Videogame/DragonAgeII''. For Hawke to accidentally start a chain of events that would somehow threaten the world is practically a OncePerEpisode kind of thing. That idol you recovered from the Deep Roads? It drives the captain of the Templars insane and inadvertently causes the rest of the plot, on top of starting the Red Lyrium plague that's threatening to consume it in DragonAge3. Trying to be chummy with both the Chantry and the Qunari throughout Act 2 is what ultimately leads to the Kirkwall Rebellion, in which countless are slain and the Viscount is beheaded... then, Hawke's attempt to set things right ends up starting ''the Mage-Templar War'', which would go on to sweep across Thedas causing unprecedented damage! Oh, and just for dessert, in the DLC, he accidentally helps [[spoiler:Corypheus]], ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition''[='=]s satanic BigBad, escape from its prison!

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** And then, there's ''Videogame/DragonAgeII''. For Hawke to accidentally start a chain of events that would somehow threaten the world is practically a OncePerEpisode kind of thing. That idol you recovered from the Deep Roads? It drives the captain of the Templars insane and inadvertently causes the rest of the plot, on top of starting the Red Lyrium plague that's threatening to consume it in DragonAge3.''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition''. Trying to be chummy with both the Chantry and the Qunari throughout Act 2 is what ultimately leads to the Kirkwall Rebellion, in which countless are slain and the Viscount is beheaded... then, Hawke's attempt to set things right ends up starting ''the Mage-Templar War'', which would go on to sweep across Thedas causing unprecedented damage! Oh, and just for dessert, in the DLC, he accidentally helps [[spoiler:Corypheus]], ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition''[='=]s satanic BigBad, escape from its prison!
6th Feb '16 7:49:02 AM Koveras
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** And then, there's DragonAge2. For Hawke to accidentally start a chain of events that would somehow threaten the world is practically a OncePerEpisode kind of thing. That idol you recovered from the Deep Roads? It drives the captain of the Templars insane and inadvertently causes the rest of the plot, on top of starting the Red Lyrium plague that's threatening to consume it in DragonAge3. Trying to be chummy with both the Chantry and the Qunari throughout Act 2 is what ultimately leads to the Kirkwall Rebellion, in which countless are slain and the Viscount is beheaded... then, Hawke's attempt to set things right ends up starting ''the Mage-Templar War'', which would go on to sweep across Thedas causing unprecedented damage! Oh, and just for dessert, in the DLC, he accidentally helps Corypheus, Dragon Age 3's satanic BigBad, escape from its prison!

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** And then, there's DragonAge2.''Videogame/DragonAgeII''. For Hawke to accidentally start a chain of events that would somehow threaten the world is practically a OncePerEpisode kind of thing. That idol you recovered from the Deep Roads? It drives the captain of the Templars insane and inadvertently causes the rest of the plot, on top of starting the Red Lyrium plague that's threatening to consume it in DragonAge3. Trying to be chummy with both the Chantry and the Qunari throughout Act 2 is what ultimately leads to the Kirkwall Rebellion, in which countless are slain and the Viscount is beheaded... then, Hawke's attempt to set things right ends up starting ''the Mage-Templar War'', which would go on to sweep across Thedas causing unprecedented damage! Oh, and just for dessert, in the DLC, he accidentally helps Corypheus, Dragon Age 3's [[spoiler:Corypheus]], ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition''[='=]s satanic BigBad, escape from its prison!
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