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21st Mar '18 5:54:17 AM kuchiki222
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->'''Arya Stark:''' They say he rides into battle on the back of a giant direwolf. They say he can turn into a wolf himself when he wants. (They say he can't be killed.\\

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->'''Arya Stark:''' They say he rides into battle on the back of a giant direwolf. They say he can turn into a wolf himself when he wants. (They They say he can't be killed.\\



'''Arya Stark:''' No, my lord. (pause) Anyone can be killed.

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'''Arya Stark:''' No, my lord. (pause) (Beat) Anyone can be killed.
21st Mar '18 5:46:37 AM kuchiki222
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->''"Once you decide that you're going to have the death of Spock, then how does that affect the other people? Why is it there? I got a lot of stick from a lot of people from the very beginning about the idea of killing Spock. Somebody said, 'You can't kill him'. And I said, 'Sure you can; the only question is whether you do it well'."''
-->-- '''Nicholas Meyer''', Director of ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''

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->''"Once you decide that you're going to have ->'''Arya Stark:''' They say he rides into battle on the death back of Spock, then how does that affect the other people? Why is it there? I got a lot of stick from giant direwolf. They say he can turn into a lot of people from the very beginning about the idea of killing Spock. Somebody said, 'You wolf himself when he wants. (They say he can't kill him'. be killed.\\
'''Tywin Lannister:'''
And I said, 'Sure do you can; the only question is whether you do it well'."''
-->-- '''Nicholas Meyer''', Director of ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''
believe them?\\
'''Arya Stark:''' No, my lord. (pause) Anyone can be killed.
-->--''Series/GameOfThrones''
1st Feb '18 10:55:49 AM TheGreatConversation
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See also KillEmAll, when everyone ''will'' die. Opposite of NobodyCanDie and PlotArmor, where not even situations that ''should'' kill people manage to. See also DwindlingParty, where the deaths are evenly spaced rather than near the end. Easier to do in works with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.

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See also KillEmAll, when everyone ''will'' die. Opposite of NobodyCanDie and PlotArmor, where not even situations that ''should'' kill people manage to. See also DwindlingParty, where the deaths are evenly spaced rather than near the end. Easier to do in works with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. Can be expected in a {{Tragedy}}.
7th Jan '18 12:09:17 PM Art199
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This is TruthInTelevision because immortality does not exist. According to ''Website/TheOnion'', [[http://www.theonion.com/content/node/39236 world death rate]] has been holding steady at 100% every single year for the last five billion years.

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This There is some TruthInTelevision because immortality does not exist. According to ''Website/TheOnion'', [[http://www.theonion.com/content/node/39236 world death rate]] has been holding steady at 100% every single year for the last five billion years.
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28th Oct '17 3:00:22 PM Willbyr
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->''"Once you decide that you're going to have the death of Spock, then how does that affect the other people? Why is it there? I got a lot of stick from a lot of people from the very beginning about the idea of killing Spock. Somebody said, 'You can't kill him'. And I said, 'Sure you can; the only question is whether you do it well'."''
-->-- '''Nicholas Meyer''', Director of ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''

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\n->''"Once you decide that you're going to have [[caption-width-right:350:Yes, even the death of Spock, then how does that affect guy in the other people? Why wheelchair is it there? I got a lot of stick from a lot of people from the very beginning about the idea of killing Spock. Somebody said, 'You can't kill him'. And I said, 'Sure you can; the only question is whether you do it well'."''
-->-- '''Nicholas Meyer''', Director of ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''
not safe.]]



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->''"Once you decide that you're going to have the death of Spock, then how does that affect the other people? Why is it there? I got a lot of stick from a lot of people from the very beginning about the idea of killing Spock. Somebody said, 'You can't kill him'. And I said, 'Sure you can; the only question is whether you do it well'."''
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26th Oct '17 8:33:01 PM Willbyr
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26th Oct '17 8:29:19 PM Willbyr
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17th Oct '17 5:55:33 AM Malady
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* AnyoneCanDie/FanWork

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* AnyoneCanDie/FanWorkAnyoneCanDie/FanWorks
3rd Jul '17 10:39:40 AM DustSnitch
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Note that the character needs to be KilledOffForReal or CharacterDeath for the trope to have the desired effect; it does not work if the writers cheat and [[DeathIsCheap bring back the guy later]] (see NotQuiteDead, DisneyDeath, and ClimacticBattleResurrection). As such SuperHero Comic Books as a medium have gained a reputation of "Anyone Can Die... [[FirstLawOfResurrection until someone wants to use the character in a later story]]."

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Note that the character needs to be KilledOffForReal or CharacterDeath for the trope to have the desired effect; it does not work if the writers cheat and [[DeathIsCheap bring back the guy later]] (see NotQuiteDead, DisneyDeath, and ClimacticBattleResurrection). As such SuperHero Comic Books as a medium have gained a reputation of "Anyone Can Die... [[FirstLawOfResurrection until someone wants to use the character in a later story]]."
28th May '17 1:22:21 PM valar55
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Anyone Can Die is where '''no one''' is exempt from being killed, including pets, children, the elderly, even the main characters ([[TheHeroDies maybe even the hero]])! The SacrificialLamb is often used to establish the writer's willingness to kill off important characters early on. To really be the Anyone Can Die trope, the work must include multiple deaths of named characters, happening at different points in the story. Bonus points if the death is unnecessary and devoid of HeroicSacrifice.

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Anyone Can Die is where '''no one''' is exempt from being killed, including pets, children, the elderly, even the main characters ([[TheHeroDies maybe even the hero]])! hero]]!) The SacrificialLamb is often used to establish the writer's willingness to kill off important characters early on. To really be the Anyone Can Die trope, the work must include multiple deaths of named characters, happening at different points in the story. Bonus points if the death is unnecessary and devoid of HeroicSacrifice.
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