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21st Mar '17 10:42:03 AM PlasmaTalon
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* One trooper in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' secretly collects battle droid fingers as trophies.
20th Mar '17 1:04:46 PM PlasmaTalon
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->''"Each Legion that falls beneath me. Each house that we vanquish. Each people that we destroy. I keep mementos. I have hundreds."''
-->-- '''Apollyon''', ''VideoGame/ForHonor''



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17th Mar '17 12:55:56 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Literature/SecondApocalypse'': As Aspect-Emperor, Kellhus wears two demon heads hanging from his girdle, which his followers call the Decapitants. The heads are still fully intact, and their expressions are always mindlessly animating.
8th Mar '17 9:08:50 PM PlasmaTalon
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** Khorne Berzerkers such as Kharn the Betrayer take the skulls of their slain foes as trophies. Especially those of worthy opponents.


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* Ganks in Fantasy Flight Game's ''TabletopGame/StarWarsRoleplayingGame'' value trophies as an important part of their culture. With even those not engaged in violent or criminal activity having some.
** The Hunter's Trophy Armor is a suit made of beasts the hunter has killed.
28th Feb '17 11:01:32 PM TheBigBopper
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* In ''Franchise/StarWars'', General Grievous' lightsabers come from slain Jedi.

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* In ''Franchise/StarWars'', General Grievous' lightsabers come from slain Jedi.Jedi, while Poggle the Lesser of Geonosis has a cane made from the bone of a rival he eliminated.
25th Feb '17 10:02:53 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* Eldest Gruff in ''[[Literature/SmallFavor]]'' has an understated but especially frightening version. He wears on his belt three very old purple stoles -- the sort worn by [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking senior members]] of the [[WizardClassic White Council of wizards]]. He takes out the villains' [[TheBrute Brute]] in less time than it takes to blink, and despite everything that [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry]] had fought up to that point he would have stood absolutely no chance, hence why he has to [[GuileHero escape]] using the eponymous "small favor".

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* Eldest Gruff in ''[[Literature/SmallFavor]]'' ''Literature/SmallFavor'' has an understated but especially frightening version. He wears on his belt three very old purple stoles -- the sort worn by [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking senior members]] of the [[WizardClassic White Council of wizards]]. He takes out the villains' [[TheBrute Brute]] in less time than it takes to blink, and despite everything that [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry]] had fought up to that point he would have stood absolutely no chance, hence why he has to [[GuileHero escape]] using the eponymous "small favor".
25th Feb '17 10:02:05 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* Eldest Gruff in ''[[Literature/DresdenFiles Small Favor]]'' has an understated but especially frightening version. He wears on his belt three very old purple stoles -- the sort worn by [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking senior members]] of the [[WizardClassic White Council of wizards]]. He takes out the villains' [[TheBrute Brute]] in less time than it takes to blink, and despite everything that Harry had fought up to that point he would have stood absolutely no chance, hence why he has to [[GuileHero escape]] using the eponymous "small favor".

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* Eldest Gruff in ''[[Literature/DresdenFiles Small Favor]]'' ''[[Literature/SmallFavor]]'' has an understated but especially frightening version. He wears on his belt three very old purple stoles -- the sort worn by [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking senior members]] of the [[WizardClassic White Council of wizards]]. He takes out the villains' [[TheBrute Brute]] in less time than it takes to blink, and despite everything that Harry [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry]] had fought up to that point he would have stood absolutely no chance, hence why he has to [[GuileHero escape]] using the eponymous "small favor".
24th Dec '16 9:09:14 AM gb00393
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* For the Ironborn from ''Series/GameOfThrones'', jewellery taken from slain foes is the only kind a man should wear. This is known as "paying the iron price" and by contrast, "paying the gold price" is seen as effeminate.

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For the Ironborn from ''Series/GameOfThrones'', Ironborn, jewellery taken from slain foes is the only kind a man should wear. This is known as "paying the iron price" and by contrast, "paying the gold price" is seen as effeminate.effeminate.
** The clanswoman Chella daughter of Cheyk, whom Tyrion recruits in Season 1, wears a necklace of dried human ears and can be seen adding to her collection after the Battle of the Green Fork.
13th Nov '16 5:07:46 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/TheWayOfKings'' (first book of ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''): When Highprince Sadeas returns from a disastrous battle against the Parshendi, he tells the family of one of the dead generals that the savage Parshendi had carried off bloodied pieces of the general's [[PowerArmor Shardplate]] as trophies. [[spoiler:Of course, Sadeas is lying. Besides the fact that [[ProudWarriorRace this is completely out of character for the Parshendi]], Sadeas actually abandoned Dalinar's army completely on purpose. He is enraged when he finds out that Dalinar survived (with a ''much'' reduced army)]].
29th Oct '16 6:45:55 PM direguy
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* In ''Film/ThePhantom1996'' Quill killed the 20th Phantom and took his belt as trophy. The 21st Phantom beats Quill and takes it back.
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