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I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[{{Dystopia}} dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well.
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I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[ChildlessDystopia dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well. It would say something along the lines of: \\\"There are no children in this game,\\\" but a little more creative.

* On second thought, maybe this image would be better for ChildlessDystopia, since it\\\'s more of a straight example of that than HideYourChildren.
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I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[{{Dystopia}} dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well.
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I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[ChildlessDystopia dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well.

* On second thought, maybe this image would be better for ChildlessDystopia, since it\\\'s more of a [[StraightTrope Straight example]] of that.
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I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[Dystopia dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well.
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I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[{{Dystopia}} dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well.
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Image Suggestion: Half-Life 2 empty playground
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Image Suggestion: Half-Life 2 empty playground

I think a picture of the [[http://images.wikia.com/half-life/en/images/1/17/Playground.jpg empty]] [[http://pcmedia.gamespy.com/pc/image/article/566/566240/d1_trainstation_020015_1100551028.jpg playground]] from Half-Life 2 is a good representation of this trope. The whole reason that Valve put in in the game was to show the player that there are no children in this [[Dystopia dystopian world]]. A good caption that would briefly explain the significance should be added as well.
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