- Acceptable Religious Targets: Context indicates that it's being used to indicate someone turning cynical about God.
- Accidental Murder: Incorrect. It had the opposite effect that the trope is normally supposed to require.
- Ace Attorney: Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officers: From what I can recall of the game, this one is correct, but it sounds like a coincidence.
- Ace Attorney: Witnesses and Other Characters: Correct.
- A Certain Magical Index Gods Right Seat: Correct.
- A Certain Magical Index Magicians: This looks correct.
- A Christmas Carol: I... think this is right. Context indicates that it's another coincidental case of getting it right.
- Action Genre Hero Guy: I think this is correct, but context makes it hard to tell and I don't watch enough action movies.
- A Glad Day: This looks correct.
- Alas, Poor Villain: Correct.
- Alive: The Final Evolution: Looks right.
- A-GENTS: Seemingly refers to an actual dead younger sibling.
- Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter: Goes on about him losing family members, no mention of this affecting his behavior.
- Absit Omen: Mentions an event where his family died and that he doesn't like to talk about it.
- A Castle of Silence and Bones: Misused, just mentions people dying
- Ace Attorney: Defense Attorneys and Assistants: Misuse, apparently. Just mentions an actual dead little sister.
- Ace Combat: The Equestrian War: Merely speaks about a dead family member.
- A Certain Magical Index Academy City Residents: Wrong. I can't remember if she even knows her sister is dead.
- Additional Evil Overlord List Cellblock A: Super robot heroes tend not to be very antiheroic, so I'd call this misuse.
- Adults Are Useless: Incorrect, refers to parents mourning a dead child.
- AdventureQuest Worlds: It's a character trope for the dead character, so if it's right it would only be a coincidence.
- Ĉon Flux: Just talks about an actual dead little sister.
- Afro Samurai: Dead Little Sister to more than one person? Sounds like misuse.
- Agarest Senki: Seems to be talking about an actual dead older sister.
- A Growing Affection: Talks about an actual dead sibling. Looks wrong.
- Aishiteru: No context.
- Akai Ito: Describes a character becoming a Broken Bird, not becoming less heroic.
- Alex Rider: No clue what this pothole is indicating, but in this context it would be hard for it to be right.
- Alias: Clearly referring to a person, not an event. Wrong.
- Alice: Madness Returns: No context.
- Alien: Clearly referring to a person, not an event. Wrong.
- Aliens: Infestation: Clearly referring to a person, not an event. Wrong.
- Allohistorical Allusion: Seems to merely refer to an actual dead little sister.
- A Long, Long Sleep: Seems to merely be referring to dead people, not events.
- Alundra: Clearly referring to a person, not an event. Wrong.
- Always Having Juice: Zero context.
- American Gods: It's wrong.
- American Idol: Can't be right. Refers to real people.
- American McGee's Alice: Clearly referring to a person, not an event. Wrong.
- Americas Next Top Model Cycle Sixteen: Can't be right. Refers to real people.
- Americas Next Top Model Cycle Ten: Can't be right. Refers to real people.
- Amnesia: The Dark Descent: Clearly referring to a person, not an event. Wrong.
- Ace Combat: The Equestrian War: This one looks like it might be right, but I can't tell and it looks like a coincidence.
- Adventures in Comaland: I can't tell. It looks wrong but hey it might be right.
- A Father to His Men: I can't tell. It looks like it might be right.
- After War Gundam X: This might be right.
- Age of Apocalypse: Unclear.
- A Good Show: Problems don't necessarily mean morality taking a turn for the worse. Unclear.
- Aisle: Zero context, which I would normally count wrong, but the wording indicates an understanding of the trope.
- Alan Furst: Unclear.
edited 7th Feb '13 9:12:10 PM by Arha
edited 7th Feb '13 10:48:04 PM by AnotherDuck
edited 8th Feb '13 5:50:14 AM by Willbyr
edited 8th Feb '13 6:33:09 AM by AnotherDuck
edited 8th Feb '13 7:00:52 AM by Arha
edited 8th Feb '13 8:03:36 AM by Arha
edited 8th Feb '13 10:21:11 AM by AnotherDuck
-Philip K. Dick
- Dias's motivation in Star Ocean EX was literally his dead sister.
Alternative Titles: Dead Little Sister
18th Feb '13 6:15:34 AM