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7th Feb '16 3:47:32 PM Doug86
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* Creator/CSLewis's ''Literature/AHorseAndHisBoy'' when [[spoiler:Aslan wounds Aravis in order to make her know the pain inflicted on her stepmother's slave. The slave was whipped due to Aravis' actions, and Aravis earlier stated that she didn't care what happened to the slave]].
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* Creator/CSLewis's ''Literature/AHorseAndHisBoy'' ''Literature/TheHorseAndHisBoy'' when [[spoiler:Aslan wounds Aravis in order to make her know the pain inflicted on her stepmother's slave. The slave was whipped due to Aravis' actions, and Aravis earlier stated that she didn't care what happened to the slave]].
7th Feb '16 3:47:09 PM Doug86
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* Creator/CSLewis's ''[[{{Narnia}} A Horse and His Boy]]'' when [[spoiler:Aslan wounds Aravis in order to make her know the pain inflicted on her stepmother's slave. The slave was whipped due to Aravis' actions, and Aravis earlier stated that she didn't care what happened to the slave]].
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* Creator/CSLewis's ''[[{{Narnia}} A Horse and His Boy]]'' ''Literature/AHorseAndHisBoy'' when [[spoiler:Aslan wounds Aravis in order to make her know the pain inflicted on her stepmother's slave. The slave was whipped due to Aravis' actions, and Aravis earlier stated that she didn't care what happened to the slave]].
5th Feb '16 3:31:53 AM Silverblade2
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->''And this is for [[Manga/DragonBall Kuririn]]!''
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->''And this is for [[Manga/DragonBall Kuririn]]!''Kuririn!''
30th Jan '16 6:53:29 PM cybertoy0
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* In ''VideoGame/SkullGirls'', Beowulf says this at the end of his story mode; -->"This…is for Grendel!!"
15th Jan '16 4:41:30 PM nombretomado
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* During the GLA miniseries, SquirrelGirl reminds her squirrel army "that this" is for her squirrel sidekick, Monkey Joe, as they incapacitate the villain Machete. A bit of a subversion, as Machete had absolutely nothing to do with Monkey Joe's death, and the next panel has the ghost of Monkey Joe saying "Not like it's going to bring me back or anything."
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* During the GLA miniseries, SquirrelGirl ComicBook/SquirrelGirl reminds her squirrel army "that this" is for her squirrel sidekick, Monkey Joe, as they incapacitate the villain Machete. A bit of a subversion, as Machete had absolutely nothing to do with Monkey Joe's death, and the next panel has the ghost of Monkey Joe saying "Not like it's going to bring me back or anything."
15th Jan '16 3:57:31 AM Anddrix
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* Commentary on ''Film/TheMummyReturns'' reveals that Ardeth originally had the line "That was for Horus!" (his falcon) after killing Lock-Nah, who had just shot the little falcon. Sadly, it was deleted because of fear that [[ViewersAreMorons moronic viewers]] wouldn't have been paying attention to the one previous time he says the falcon's name.
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* Commentary on ''Film/TheMummyReturns'' reveals that Ardeth originally had the line "That was for Horus!" (his falcon) after killing Lock-Nah, who had just shot the little falcon. Sadly, it was deleted because of fear that [[ViewersAreMorons moronic viewers]] viewers wouldn't have been paying attention to the one previous time he says the falcon's name.
14th Jan '16 10:50:54 AM BobTanaka
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* A chilling use of this trope occurs in the 1974 adaptation of ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress.'' [[spoiler: As each of the Armstrong household stabs Cassetti, they announce the name of the person they lost to him. It starts with Mrs. Hubbard declaring]] [[spoiler: [[{{Tearjerker}} "For my daughter and granddaughter."]] ]]
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* A chilling use of this trope occurs in the 1974 adaptation of ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress.'' [[spoiler: As each of the Armstrong household stabs Cassetti, they announce the name of the person they lost to him. It starts with Mrs. Hubbard declaring]] [[spoiler: declaring [[{{Tearjerker}} "For my daughter and granddaughter."]] ]]
14th Jan '16 10:48:44 AM BobTanaka
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* A chilling use of this trope occurs in the 1974 adaptation of ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress.'' [[spoiler: As each of the Armstrong household stabs Cassetti, they announce the name of the person they lost to him. It starts with Mrs. Hubbard declaring "For my daughter and granddaughter."]]
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* A chilling use of this trope occurs in the 1974 adaptation of ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress.'' [[spoiler: As each of the Armstrong household stabs Cassetti, they announce the name of the person they lost to him. It starts with Mrs. Hubbard declaring declaring]] [[spoiler: [[{{Tearjerker}} "For my daughter and granddaughter."]] ]]
14th Jan '16 10:46:47 AM BobTanaka
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* A chilling use of this trope occurs in the 1974 adaptation of ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress.'' [[spoiler: As each of the Armstrong household stabs Cassetti, they announce the name of the person they lost to him. It starts with Mrs. Hubbard declaring "For my daughter and granddaughter."]]
8th Jan '16 1:28:50 AM Doug86
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* Occurs straight in ''{{Redwall}}'', when Matthias kills Asmodeus Poisonteeth, but instead of the character yelling it, the narration does it for him:
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* Occurs straight in ''{{Redwall}}'', ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'', when Matthias kills Asmodeus Poisonteeth, but instead of the character yelling it, the narration does it for him:
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