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13th Jun '17 3:00:12 AM foxley
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* BringTheAnchorAlong -- a captive is tied or chained to an object, and escapes by taking the object with them.
11th Jun '17 5:55:26 PM ChaoticNovelist
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To the captors themselves, they're likely to say "IHaveYouNowMyPretty" or "YouGotSpunk" or some variation/combination of the two. Both of which usually inspire the DefiantCaptive to be extra defiant.

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To the captors captives themselves, they're likely to say "IHaveYouNowMyPretty" or "YouGotSpunk" or some variation/combination of the two. Both of which usually inspire the DefiantCaptive to be extra defiant.
29th May '17 7:59:35 AM CorporalFail
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Simple rope is popular among these villains. Others use handcuffs. Sedatives are rare unless the kidnapper uses it to do the initial nabbing. Some villains will invest in unbreakable chains made of {{Unobtainium}} to restrain a super-strong captive (and possibly [[FatalFlaw forget that whatever said chains are bolted to]] isn't made of the same stuff) of possibly include a PowerNullifier.

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Simple rope is popular among these villains. Others use handcuffs. Sedatives are rare unless the kidnapper uses it to do the initial nabbing. Some villains will invest in unbreakable chains made of {{Unobtainium}} to restrain a super-strong captive (and possibly [[FatalFlaw forget that whatever said chains are bolted to]] isn't made of the same stuff) of or possibly include a PowerNullifier.
24th May '17 8:45:52 PM GC161
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[[folder:Film]]
* The indie comedy ''Manalive'' features a scene at a southern boarding house where several tenants trick a wealthy snob named ''Rosamond'' into accepting her own comeuppance. Rosamond is asked to participate in a game called "Knights in Shining Armor" (where two knights fight over a princess). She refuses to play until they let her be the princess. Of course, that was their plan all along. The narrator says, "What she doesn't know is that this princess is a damsel in distress." It then cuts to Rosamond tied to a tree and gagged, looking angry. Her predicament is made worse when a toad hops onto her foot. A female tenant picks it up and holds it in Rosamond's face, saying, "Oh come on, it's a fairy tale. If you kiss it, it'll turn into a prince!" Rosamond squirms and protests through the gag.
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7th Feb '17 1:28:01 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:350:For [[SuckinessIsPainful want of a lute]], the party was saved!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:For [[SuckinessIsPainful want of a lute]], lyre]], the party was saved!]]
31st Jan '17 11:14:49 AM ladyofprocrastination
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Simple rope is popular among these villains. Others use handcuffs. Sedatives are rare unless the kidnapper uses it to do the initial nabbing. Some villains will invest in unbreakable chains made of {{Unobtainium}} to restrain a super-strong captive (and possibly [[FatalFlaw forget that whatever said chains are bolted too]] isn't made of the same stuff) of possibly include a PowerNullifier.

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Simple rope is popular among these villains. Others use handcuffs. Sedatives are rare unless the kidnapper uses it to do the initial nabbing. Some villains will invest in unbreakable chains made of {{Unobtainium}} to restrain a super-strong captive (and possibly [[FatalFlaw forget that whatever said chains are bolted too]] to]] isn't made of the same stuff) of possibly include a PowerNullifier.
3rd Dec '16 7:03:05 AM JackG
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* ShippedInShackles -- When ropes or handcuffs aren't enough.
4th Aug '16 9:40:13 AM Willbyr
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* Diana Palmer from ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' - it seemed in the early years nearly every story had Diana kidnapped and tied and gagged by an assortment of villains.

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* Diana Palmer from ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' - it seemed in In the early years of ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'', it seemed that nearly every story had Diana Palmer kidnapped and tied and gagged by an assortment of villains.


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16th Jun '16 2:34:12 PM GregPagano
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* CaughtInASnare -- when the captive is ensnared in a net or some other booby trap.
14th Feb '16 4:34:08 AM LadyJaneGrey
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Simple rope is popular among these villains. Others use handcuffs. Sedatives are rare unless the kidnapper uses it to do the initial nabbing.

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Simple rope is popular among these villains. Others use handcuffs. Sedatives are rare unless the kidnapper uses it to do the initial nabbing. \n Some villains will invest in unbreakable chains made of {{Unobtainium}} to restrain a super-strong captive (and possibly [[FatalFlaw forget that whatever said chains are bolted too]] isn't made of the same stuff) of possibly include a PowerNullifier.
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