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8th Aug '17 4:55:09 PM Linda58
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** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewelry. They [[SnuffFilm made videos of torturing and raping them]], and kept the numbered [=CDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim (who's still alive) and wears it around his neck as a pendant. Boyd however only took his trophy once he killed them (as opposed to others who did so along the way). This became a plot point when one of the victims survived and he had one less trophy than the others. The victim also identified a piece of her jewelry from that member's trophies, confirming he was one of her torturers.

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** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewelry. They A third made [[SnuffFilm made videos of torturing and raping them]], and kept the numbered [=CDs=], [=DVDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim (who's still alive) and wears it around his neck as a pendant. Boyd however only took his trophy once he killed them (as opposed to others who did so along the way). This became a plot point when one of the victims survived and he had one less trophy than the others. The victim also identified a piece of her jewelry from that member's trophies, confirming he was one of her torturers.
29th Jul '17 6:44:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[NoNameGiven The unnamed]] hitman in "Battleground" (adapted from the short story by Creator/StephenKing) collects trophies from his victims, usually a personal item from their room. When he murders a toymaker, it's implied that this habit enables his witch mother to track the hitman to his apartment.

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* [[NoNameGiven The unnamed]] hitman in "Battleground" (adapted from the short story in ''Literature/NightmaresAndDreamscapes'' by Creator/StephenKing) collects trophies from his victims, usually a personal item from their room. When he murders a toymaker, it's implied that this habit enables his witch mother to track the hitman to his apartment.
29th Jul '17 6:37:31 AM Morgenthaler
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** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewelry. They made videos of torturing and raping them, and kept the numbered [=CDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim and wears it around his neck as a pendant. Boyd however only took his trophy once he killed them (as opposed to others who did so along the way). This became a plot point when one of the victims survived and he had one less trophy than the others. The victim also identified a piece of her jewelry from that member's trophies,confirming he was one of her torturers.

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** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewelry. They [[SnuffFilm made videos of torturing and raping them, them]], and kept the numbered [=CDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim (who's still alive) and wears it around his neck as a pendant. Boyd however only took his trophy once he killed them (as opposed to others who did so along the way). This became a plot point when one of the victims survived and he had one less trophy than the others. The victim also identified a piece of her jewelry from that member's trophies,confirming trophies, confirming he was one of her torturers.
29th Jul '17 6:32:00 AM Morgenthaler
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** Dexter keeps blood sample slides of all his victim in his apartment, hidden in a box in his air conditioner. In the books, he keeps them on his [[HiddenInPlainSight bookshelf]]. The idea is that, as a serial killer, he can't stop himself from taking a trophy, and the tiny, easy-to-hide, easy-to-get-rid-of slides are a pretty good idea. [[spoiler:Even in their "convenient to hide" form, the trophy box bites him in the ass when Doakes finds it...]] In season 7, [[spoiler:when his sister Debra finds out about him,]] he decides to get rid of them.

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** Dexter keeps blood sample slides of all his victim victims in his apartment, hidden in a box in his air conditioner. In the books, he keeps them on his [[HiddenInPlainSight bookshelf]]. The idea is that, as a serial killer, he can't stop himself from taking a trophy, and the tiny, easy-to-hide, easy-to-get-rid-of slides are a pretty good idea. [[spoiler:Even in their "convenient to hide" form, the trophy box bites him in the ass when Doakes finds it...]] In season 7, [[spoiler:when his sister Debra finds out about him,]] he decides to get rid of them.
29th Jul '17 6:29:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* One ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' short story centered on a man trying to become famous by growing the world's largest nose -- and falling afoul of a collector of body oddities, who wanted to mount the nose on a plaque. Eventually, Judge Dredd finds his hideout, with an extensive collection of heads, arms, and other parts, each one notable in some way -- and each one taken forcibly and likely fatally.

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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
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One ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' short story centered on a man trying to become famous by growing the world's largest nose -- and falling afoul of a collector of body oddities, who wanted to mount the nose on a plaque. Eventually, Judge Dredd finds his hideout, with an extensive collection of heads, arms, and other parts, each one notable in some way -- and each one taken forcibly and likely fatally.fatally.
** Dave Duchese was a serial killer who acquired the monicker "The Orthodonist" because he kept his victims' teeth as souvenirs.
29th Jul '17 6:27:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* The serial killer (Henry Rollins) in ''Series/TheLastHeist'' collects [[EyeScream the eyes of his victims]]. He gets involved in the plot when he's about to retrieve part of his 'trophies' from a secure lock-up when a BankRobbery interrupts his plan.
1st May '17 9:10:46 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''Lockdown''', ''TransformersAnimated''

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-->-- '''Lockdown''', ''TransformersAnimated''
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20th Apr '17 11:21:44 PM Linda58
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** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewellery. They made videos of torturing and raping them, and kept the numbered [=CDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim and wears it around his neck as a pendant.

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** The rape gang members from season 5 apparently indulge in this trope. Boyd, the killer of the women and the last link in the chain, keeps numbered strands of their blonde hair. Another member took a piece of their jewellery.jewelry. They made videos of torturing and raping them, and kept the numbered [=CDs=], and finally, their leader Jordan Chase has a vial with blood of their first victim and wears it around his neck as a pendant. Boyd however only took his trophy once he killed them (as opposed to others who did so along the way). This became a plot point when one of the victims survived and he had one less trophy than the others. The victim also identified a piece of her jewelry from that member's trophies,confirming he was one of her torturers.
11th Mar '17 8:19:50 AM OlmoJV
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* In ''Fanfic/OldWest'', the belt of the [[ThoseWilyCoyotes coyote]] mercenary [[TheDragon Raminez Arvenga]] is decorated with teeth and claws of other anthropomorphic animals.

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* In ''Fanfic/OldWest'', the belt of the [[ThoseWilyCoyotes coyote]] mercenary [[TheDragon Raminez Ramirez Arvenga]] is decorated with teeth and claws of other anthropomorphic animals.
14th Jan '17 1:06:50 AM Chabal2
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** Many warriors from ''Warhammer''. The most prominent among those are Gorthor, who wears a fur cloak made of [[GenuineHumanHide the skins of beastmen shamans]] he killed (showing his badassitude, as well as his belief that gods are with him - he can freely kill a shaman and suffer no curse for it), and the ratmen warlord Queek headtaker who, showing courage unharacteristic for his race, loves single combat and goes to battle with an actual trophy rack on his back.

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** Many warriors from ''Warhammer''. The most prominent among those are Gorthor, who wears a fur cloak made of [[GenuineHumanHide the skins of beastmen shamans]] he killed (showing his badassitude, as well as his belief that gods are with him - he can freely kill a shaman and suffer no curse for it), Wulfrik the Wanderer, a HeroKiller who wears the skulls (and the entire skeleton) of vanquished foes, and the ratmen Skaven warlord Queek headtaker who, showing courage unharacteristic for his race, loves single combat and goes to battle with an actual trophy rack on his back.
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