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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to show your ability, but the options both consist of you saying you can't, either resulting in your partner and the two Magnemite face faulting in the originals or your partner face faulting in the DX remake.

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to show your ability, but the options both consist of you saying you can't, either resulting in either your partner and the two Magnemite face faulting in the originals or your partner face faulting in the DX remake.


* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to show your ability, but the options both consist of you saying you can't, resulting in your partner and the two Magnemite face faulting.

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to show your ability, but the options both consist of you saying you can't, either resulting in your partner and the two Magnemite face faulting.faulting in the originals or your partner face faulting in the DX remake.


* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to show your ability, but the options both consist of you saying you can't, resulting in your partner and the twoMagnemite face faulting.

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to show your ability, but the options both consist of you saying you can't, resulting in your partner and the twoMagnemite two Magnemite face faulting.


* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to demonstrate, but the options both say you can't, resulting in your partner and the Magnemite face faulting.

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to demonstrate, show your ability, but the options both say consist of you saying you can't, resulting in your partner and the Magnemite twoMagnemite face faulting.


* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance. Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to demonstrate, but the options both say you can't, resulting in your partner and the Magnemite face faulting.

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance.assistance and then "Two is plenty". Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to demonstrate, but the options both say you can't, resulting in your partner and the Magnemite face faulting.


* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', your partner asks where the world’s balance is. You can choose to escalate the wackiness by claiming that it’s in space, and if you say that your partner will know when they find it, your partner asks how, and choose the option of flying, your partner is quick to ask Pelipper to fly you and your partner to space, to which Pelipper declines and flies off. When you say that it’s impossible, your partner face faults (in the DX version, your partner face faults out of shock).

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', after you clear Mt Steel, you can choose to say your team doesn't need assistance. Your partner asks if you have a special ability, in which you can choose between your body stretching and flying. Either way, your partner asks you to demonstrate, but the options both say you can't, resulting in your partner and the Magnemite face faulting.
** Later, after you clear Great Canyon,
your partner asks where the world’s balance is. You can choose to escalate the wackiness by claiming that it’s in space, and if you say that your partner will know when they find it, your partner asks how, and choose the option of flying, your partner is quick to ask Pelipper to fly you and your partner to space, to which Pelipper declines and flies off. When you say that it’s impossible, your partner face faults (in faults.
** In
the DX version, your partner remake's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8oIOlpLhbE&feature=emb_logo Japanese exclusive trailer showcasing the Whiscash Pond,]] Whiscash tells Mudkip and Skitty a fictional story about the Kangaskan statue, when Kangaskan shows up to scold Whiscash for making stuff up. When Whiscash finally confesses that the Kangaskan statue story was false, Mudkip and Skitty face faults out of shock).fault.


* In the Rescue Team games in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', your partner asks where the world’s balance is. You can choose to escalate the wackiness by claiming that it’s in space, and if you say that your partner will know when they find it, your partner asks how, and choose the option of flying, your partner is quick to ask Pelipper to fly you and your partner to space, to which Pelipper declines and flies off. When you say that it’s impossible, your partner face faults.

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* In the Rescue Team games and the Rescue Team DX remake in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', your partner asks where the world’s balance is. You can choose to escalate the wackiness by claiming that it’s in space, and if you say that your partner will know when they find it, your partner asks how, and choose the option of flying, your partner is quick to ask Pelipper to fly you and your partner to space, to which Pelipper declines and flies off. When you say that it’s impossible, your partner face faults.faults (in the DX version, your partner face faults out of shock).


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* The "flip-take" is mostly associated with NewspaperComics from the early 20th century. A character says or does something stupid, explains it in the final panel, causing a smart character to faint on the floor with a large thud. Always done by falling on their back with the feet high up in the air. To add effect the reader usually only sees their feet in the air, the rest of the body falls out of frame.

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* The "flip-take" is mostly associated with NewspaperComics from the early 20th century. A character says or does something stupid, explains it in the final panel, causing a smart character to faint on the floor with a large thud. Always done by falling on their back with the feet high up in the air. To add effect the reader usually only sees their feet in the air, the rest of the body falls out of frame.
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* The "flip-take" is mostly associated with NewspaperComics from the early 20th century. A character says or does something stupid, explains it in the final panel, causing a smart character to faint on the floor with a large thud. Always done by falling on their back with the feet high up in the air. To add effect the reader usually only sees their feet in the air, the rest of the body falls out of frame.


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* The "flip-take" is mostly associated with NewspaperComics from the early 20th century. A character says or does something stupid, explains it in the final panel, causing a smart character to faint on the floor with a large thud. Always done by falling on their back with the feet high up in the air. To add effect the reader usually only sees their feet in the air, the rest of the body falls out of frame.



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* The "flip-take" is mostly associated with NewspaperComics from the early 20th century. A character says or does something stupid, explains it in the final panel, causing a smart character to faint on the floor with a large thud. Always done by falling on their back with the feet high up in the air. To add effect the reader usually only sees their feet in the air, the rest of the body falls out of frame.


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* ''Manga/DrStone'': Senku causes the entire village to have a face fault when he untimely realizes they their going to create another phone after months of collecting materials.

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* ''Manga/DrStone'': Senku causes the entire village to have a face fault when he untimely ultimately realizes they their they're going to create another phone after months of collecting materials.


'''Moe:''' Did you ever see an apple with it's skin on the ''inside?''\\

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'''Moe:''' Did you ever see an apple with it's its skin on the ''inside?''\\



** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtpQlp72GYk The first time]] is when Phoenix nitpicks Lotta Hart's testimony, trying to find a valid contradiction in her saying the gunshot went off on Christmas Eve, when it happened shortly after midnight and thus actually happened on Christmas ''Day''. Everyone, including Lotta and [[TheComicallySerious Edgeworth]] face fault at that.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW255QVcTVs The second]] happens when the boat rental man testifies that he saw Edgeworth on the night of the crime, "fluttering" by saying "I can't believe [Robert Hammond] is dead!" Edgeworth objects to this on the grounds that he never said that, and "Moreover... I don't flutter to that extent!" Cue the the entire courtroom face faulting.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtpQlp72GYk The first time]] is when Phoenix nitpicks Lotta Hart's testimony, trying to find a valid contradiction in her saying the gunshot went off on Christmas Eve, when it happened shortly after midnight and thus actually happened on Christmas ''Day''. Everyone, including Lotta and [[TheComicallySerious Edgeworth]] Edgeworth]], face fault at faults upon hearing that.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW255QVcTVs The second]] happens when the boat rental man testifies that he saw Edgeworth on the night of the crime, "fluttering" by saying "I can't believe [Robert Hammond] is dead!" "Never thought I'd shoot someone" while his cravat fluttered in the wind. Edgeworth objects to this on the grounds that he never said that, and "Moreover... I don't my cravat doesn't flutter to that extent!" Cue the the entire courtroom face faulting.

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* In the Rescue Team games in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'', your partner asks where the world’s balance is. You can choose to escalate the wackiness by claiming that it’s in space, and if you say that your partner will know when they find it, your partner asks how, and choose the option of flying, your partner is quick to ask Pelipper to fly you and your partner to space, to which Pelipper declines and flies off. When you say that it’s impossible, your partner face faults.


* In ''LightNovel/ShominSample'' episode 3, when stoic super-genius Hakua expresses an interest in Kimito, the first time she'd shown a personal interest in anyone, her personal maid face-faults hard enough to shatter the tiles on the floor.



* In ShominSample episode 3, when stoic super-genius Hakua expresses an interest in Kimito, the first time she'd shown a personal interest in anyone, her personal maid face-faults hard enough to shatter the tiles on the floor.





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* There are a lot more of these in ''[[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood]]'' than in [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist the 2003 anime version]]. Fitting, as it follows the manga's art (and story) much more closely. There are a ''lot'' of face faults in the manga. The Australian official release even references it by name.

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* ''Manga/DrStone'': Senku causes the entire village to have a face fault when he untimely realizes they their going to create another phone after months of collecting materials.
* There are a lot more of these in ''[[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood]]'' ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemistBrotherhood'' than in [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist the 2003 anime version]]. Fitting, as it follows the manga's art (and story) much more closely. There are a ''lot'' of face faults in the manga. The Australian official release even references it by name.



* In episode five of ''[[VideoGame/HarukanaruTokiNoNakaDe Harukanaru Toki no Naka de - Hachiyou Shou]]'' Tenma has this reaction when Akane expresses concern over the possibility of Yorihisa commiting {{seppuku}} after she fell into a river because of him; although Tenma then comments that, [[{{Samurai}} this being Yorihisa]], such outcome ''is'' possible...

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* In episode five of ''[[VideoGame/HarukanaruTokiNoNakaDe Harukanaru Toki no Naka de - Hachiyou Shou]]'' ''Manga/HarukanaruTokiNoNakaDe'' Tenma has this reaction when Akane expresses concern over the possibility of Yorihisa commiting {{seppuku}} after she fell into a river because of him; although Tenma then comments that, [[{{Samurai}} this being Yorihisa]], such outcome ''is'' possible...possible.


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* In ''[[Anime/LegendOfTheGoldOfBabylon Lupin III: Legend of the Gold of Babylon]]'', upon seeing the Tower of Babel floating in the sky, ''The Statue of Liberty'' is so dumbfounded by the sight she just faults while dropping her torch.


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* In ''Manga/SakigakeOtokojuku'', Tazawa attempts to intimidate a thug by speaking entirely in {{Engrish}}, causing the whole gang to face fault.

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