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12th Apr '16 5:54:50 PM Dyuran
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* In ''Manga/{{Dorohedoro}}'' the penalty for offending a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality devil]] is death, and they have a very low threshold for what they find offensive. So naturally, no one would think to so much as touch a devil statue let alone turn it into a switch to access a hidden room, which is exactly what En has done.
9th Jan '16 9:03:02 PM tdwally
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** Subverted on one occasion. Despite being the "Hero of the Marines" Vice Admiral Garp reporting he let a pirate go because said pirate is his grandson only gets him a tongue lashing from his superior who sends him back to do his job properly.
15th Dec '15 9:53:57 PM Gamermaster
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* In the first [[AllThereInTheManual Sound Stage]] of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'' Hayate complains about not being able to "[[SkinshipGrope sexually harass]]" the forwards (one of whom is ''ten''). In fact, one of the people she's complaining to is said ten-year-old's adoptive mother, who is completely unfazed.
26th Sep '15 3:52:03 PM sgamer82
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--->'''Robin (To Nami):''' Be careful. If you fall, [[{{Understatement}} you'll most certainly die.]]
-->'''Nami (Screaming):''' HOW IS THAT SUPPOSED TO HELP?!

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--->'''Robin (To Nami):''' Be careful. If you fall, [[{{Understatement}} you'll most certainly die.]]
-->'''Nami
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'''Nami
(Screaming):''' HOW IS THAT SUPPOSED TO HELP?!
26th Sep '15 3:30:16 PM sgamer82
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' '''THRIVES''' on this trope. One of you're crewmates kidnapped by the [[LawfulEvil World Government?]] Wage war against them, save your friend, and destroy the place in the process. Think you're safe? [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Pushing]] is '''lethal.''' A whale in your way? ''[[WhatAnIdiot Punch the whale's eye.]]'' [[CrazyAwesome Luffy]] has been through all of the listed examples so far, but there is ''way'' more than just those, to the point where this trope could be one of the show's major ''themes''.
** Another Luffy example: [[WorldsStrongestMan Whitebeard]] says he is going to be King of the Pirates. '''NOPE!''' [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu That's Luffy's job.]] Whitebeard was so impressed, and amused, that he didn't mind Luffy saying that.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' '''THRIVES''' ''Manga/OnePiece''
** ''One Piece'' '''thrives'''
on this trope. One of you're your crewmates kidnapped by the [[LawfulEvil World Government?]] Wage war against them, save your friend, and destroy the place in the process. Think you're safe? [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Pushing]] is '''lethal.''' A whale in your way? ''[[WhatAnIdiot Punch the whale's eye.]]'' [[CrazyAwesome Luffy]] has been through all of the listed examples so far, but there is ''way'' more than just those, to the point where this trope could be one of the show's major ''themes''.
** Another Luffy example: [[WorldsStrongestMan Whitebeard]] says he is going to be King of the Pirates. '''NOPE!''' '''Nope!''' [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu That's Luffy's job.]] Whitebeard was so impressed, and amused, that he didn't mind Luffy saying that.



-->'''Robin (To Nami):''' Be careful. If you fall, [[{{Understatement}} you'll most certainly die.]]

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-->'''Robin --->'''Robin (To Nami):''' Be careful. If you fall, [[{{Understatement}} you'll most certainly die.]]
25th Sep '15 2:56:01 PM EDP
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* In the original ''Manga/CuteyHoney'' manga, Sister Jill decided to steal a gold statue. So she sent a warning that she'd come at midnight of a certain day, and precisely at midnight she and her goons ''entered from the front door after politely ringing the bell and saying who they were'', and once in she issued a death threat on anyone who tried to stop them. [[TheDreaded Given how feared they were]], it worked like a charm.

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* In the original ''Manga/CuteyHoney'' ''Anime/CuteyHoney'' manga, Sister Jill decided to steal a gold statue. So she sent a warning that she'd come at midnight of a certain day, and precisely at midnight she and her goons ''entered from the front door after politely ringing the bell and saying who they were'', and once in she issued a death threat on anyone who tried to stop them. [[TheDreaded Given how feared they were]], it worked like a charm.
25th Sep '15 2:54:36 PM EDP
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* In the original ''Manga/CuteyHoney'' manga, Sister Jill decided to steal a gold statue. So she sent a warning that she'd come at midnight of a certain day, and precisely at midnight she and her goons ''entered from the front door after politely ringing the bell and saying who they were'', and once in she issued a death threat on anyone who tried to stop them. [[TheDreaded Given how feared they were]], it worked like a charm.
20th Sep '15 8:14:37 AM EDP
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-->"If there's someone who can see through Bagdash' disorderly array of orders, he must be... Insane."
20th Sep '15 8:13:44 AM EDP
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* In ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', Yang's plan for the Tenth Battle of Iserlohn relies on keeping the garrison fleet inside for a while. How do they achieve it? Easy: his subordinate Bagdash sends first a false order to sortie and then one to stay inside and guard from sabotage, [[BatmanGambit knowing that the commander would launch an investigation in case the second order turned out to be true and that at least some of the million people in the garrison were either criminals or saboteurs, thus making him believe the second order was true and the first a fake]]. Then Bagdash sent two other orders to sortie, the second including ''a threat of court martial'', to make sure the garrison would disbelief any actual order to sortie... Just in time for an actual order to sortie to arrive and get mistaken for a fake. Iserlohn will later fall without anyone understanding what the hell has just happened until much later.

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* In ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', Yang's plan for the Tenth Battle of Iserlohn relies on keeping the garrison fleet inside for a while. How do they achieve it? Easy: his subordinate Bagdash sends first a false order to sortie and then one to stay inside and guard from sabotage, [[BatmanGambit knowing that the commander would launch an investigation in case the second order turned out to be true and that at least some of the million people in the garrison were either criminals or saboteurs, thus making him believe the second order was true and the first a fake]]. Then Bagdash sent two other orders to sortie, the second including ''a threat of court martial'', to make sure the garrison would disbelief any actual order to sortie... Just in time for an actual order to sortie to arrive and get mistaken for arrives... And Bagdash ''adds a fake. threat of court martial''. The garrison stays inside until too late, Iserlohn will later fall without anyone understanding falls, and nobody understands what the hell has just happened until much later.
20th Sep '15 8:11:54 AM EDP
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' '''THRIVES''' on this trope. One of you're crewmates kidnapped by the [[LawfulEvil World Government?]] Wage war against them, save your friend, and destroy the place in the process. Think you're safe? [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Pushing]] is '''leathal.''' A whale in your way? ''[[WhatAnIdiot Punch the whale's eye.]]'' [[CrazyAwesome Luffy]] has been through all of the listed examples so far, but there is ''way'' more than just those, to the point where this trope could be one of the show's major ''themes''.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' '''THRIVES''' on this trope. One of you're crewmates kidnapped by the [[LawfulEvil World Government?]] Wage war against them, save your friend, and destroy the place in the process. Think you're safe? [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Pushing]] is '''leathal.'''lethal.''' A whale in your way? ''[[WhatAnIdiot Punch the whale's eye.]]'' [[CrazyAwesome Luffy]] has been through all of the listed examples so far, but there is ''way'' more than just those, to the point where this trope could be one of the show's major ''themes''.




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* In ''Anime/LegendOfGalacticHeroes'', Yang's plan for the Tenth Battle of Iserlohn relies on keeping the garrison fleet inside for a while. How do they achieve it? Easy: his subordinate Bagdash sends first a false order to sortie and then one to stay inside and guard from sabotage, [[BatmanGambit knowing that the commander would launch an investigation in case the second order turned out to be true and that at least some of the million people in the garrison were either criminals or saboteurs, thus making him believe the second order was true and the first a fake]]. Then Bagdash sent two other orders to sortie, the second including ''a threat of court martial'', to make sure the garrison would disbelief any actual order to sortie... Just in time for an actual order to sortie to arrive and get mistaken for a fake. Iserlohn will later fall without anyone understanding what the hell has just happened until much later.
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