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15th Jan '17 10:51:47 AM MummyGaGa
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** From VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3, All of the executions with the exception of Kaito filled this role. Ryoma and Kokichi also ended up receiving brutal murders as well.
5th Jan '17 8:28:46 PM TomServo3000
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** The death that most fits this trope is probably for that bad ol' puddy tat, Sylvester in "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'," where a satanic version of Hector the Bulldog exploiting the notion that CatsHaveNineLives goads the cat into chasing Tweety into the most violent of situations. He falls from a tall building, is crushed beneath a steamroller, scared to death in a fun house, shot multiple times in a shooting gallery, and slams into a low-clearance entrance of a roller-coaster tunnel. With just one life left, Sylvester decides that chasing Tweety isn't worth it and initially avoids the trope-fulfilling death. Unfortunately, he decides to move into a double-enforced bank safe on the day two crooks use nitroglycerin to blow open the safe and rob it of its contents. After the explosion, Sylvester and the crooks are seen going to Hell. One of the crooks tells his partner that he used too much nitro. "Now he tells him!" mutters a battered and disgusted Sylvester.

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** The death that most fits this trope is probably for that bad ol' puddy tat, Sylvester in "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'," "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin," where a satanic version of Hector the Bulldog exploiting the notion that CatsHaveNineLives goads the cat into chasing Tweety into the most violent of situations. He falls from a tall building, is crushed beneath a steamroller, scared to death in a fun house, shot multiple times in a shooting gallery, and slams into a low-clearance entrance of a roller-coaster tunnel. With just one life left, Sylvester decides that chasing Tweety isn't worth it and initially avoids the trope-fulfilling death. Unfortunately, he decides to move into a double-enforced bank safe on the day two crooks use nitroglycerin to blow open the safe and rob it of its contents. After the explosion, Sylvester and the crooks are seen going to Hell. One of the crooks tells his partner that he used too much nitro. "Now he tells him!" mutters a battered and disgusted Sylvester.
5th Jan '17 8:27:47 PM TomServo3000
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** The death that most fits this trope is probably for that bad ol' puddy tat, Sylvester in "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'," where a satanic version of Hector the Bulldog exploiting the notion that CatsHaveNineLives goads the cat into chasing Tweety into the most violent of situations. He falls from a tall building, is crushed beneath a steamroller, scared to death in a fun house, shot multiple times in a shooting gallery, and slams into a low-clearance entrance of a roller-coaster tunnel. With just one life left, Sylvester decides that chasing Tweety isn't worth it and initially avoids the trope-fulfilling death. Unfortunately, he decides to move into a double-enforced bank safe on the day two crooks use nitroglycerin to blow open the safe and rob it of its contents. After the explosion, Sylvester and the crooks are seen going to Hell. Once of the crooks tells his partner that he used too much nitro. "Now he tells him!" mutters a battered but disgusted Sylvester.

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** The death that most fits this trope is probably for that bad ol' puddy tat, Sylvester in "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'," where a satanic version of Hector the Bulldog exploiting the notion that CatsHaveNineLives goads the cat into chasing Tweety into the most violent of situations. He falls from a tall building, is crushed beneath a steamroller, scared to death in a fun house, shot multiple times in a shooting gallery, and slams into a low-clearance entrance of a roller-coaster tunnel. With just one life left, Sylvester decides that chasing Tweety isn't worth it and initially avoids the trope-fulfilling death. Unfortunately, he decides to move into a double-enforced bank safe on the day two crooks use nitroglycerin to blow open the safe and rob it of its contents. After the explosion, Sylvester and the crooks are seen going to Hell. Once One of the crooks tells his partner that he used too much nitro. "Now he tells him!" mutters a battered but and disgusted Sylvester.
5th Jan '17 8:26:25 PM TomServo3000
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** Perhaps Wile E.'s most famous death making this trope came in the final segment of the extended (infamous) catapult gag in "To Beep or Not to Beep." After trying in vain to unjam a stuck, loaded catapult (this after he already had been crushed five times by the boulder), which he hopes to use against his longtime nemesis the Road Runner, Wile E. finally does get it freed only not realizing it until he sees himself fast approaching a large rock formation. After doing an OhCrap, Wile E. and the boulder smash through the formation, crushing the still presumably conscious Coyote; the boulder eventually hits a network of high-voltage power lines and, while he somehow avoids electrocution, Wile E. and the rock is slung all the way back on top of the catapult's arm, which then plops him to the ground, and the boulder finally crushes the Coyote to death.
** The death that most fits this trope for that bad ol' puddy tat, Sylvester, is probably "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'," where a satanic version of Hector the Bulldog exploiting the notion that CatsHaveNineLives goads the cat into chasing Tweety into the most violent of situations. He falls from a tall building, is crushed beneath a steamroller, scared to death in a fun house, shot multiple times in a shooting gallery and slams into a low-clearance entrance of a roller-coaster tunnel. With just one life left, Sylvester decides that chasing Tweety isn't worth it and initially avoids the trope-fulfilling death. Unfortunately, he decides to move into a double-enforced bank safe on the day two crooks use nitroglycerin to blow open the safe and rob it of its contents. After the explosion, Sylvester and the crooks are headed down below. Once of the crooks tells his partner that he used too much nitro. "Now he tells him!" mutters a battered but disgusted Sylvester.

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** Perhaps Wile E.'s most famous death making this trope came in the final segment of the extended (infamous) catapult gag in "To Beep or Not to Beep." After trying in vain to unjam a stuck, loaded catapult (this after he already had been crushed five times by the boulder), which he hopes to use against his longtime nemesis the Road Runner, Wile E. finally does get it freed only not realizing it until he sees himself fast approaching a large rock formation. After doing an OhCrap, Wile E. and the boulder smash through the formation, crushing the still presumably conscious Coyote; the boulder eventually hits a network of high-voltage power lines and, while he somehow avoids electrocution, Wile E. and the rock is slung all the way back on top of the catapult's arm, which then plops him to the ground, and the boulder finally crushes the Coyote to death.
** The death that most fits this trope is probably for that bad ol' puddy tat, Sylvester, is probably Sylvester in "WesternAnimation/SatansWaitin'," where a satanic version of Hector the Bulldog exploiting the notion that CatsHaveNineLives goads the cat into chasing Tweety into the most violent of situations. He falls from a tall building, is crushed beneath a steamroller, scared to death in a fun house, shot multiple times in a shooting gallery gallery, and slams into a low-clearance entrance of a roller-coaster tunnel. With just one life left, Sylvester decides that chasing Tweety isn't worth it and initially avoids the trope-fulfilling death. Unfortunately, he decides to move into a double-enforced bank safe on the day two crooks use nitroglycerin to blow open the safe and rob it of its contents. After the explosion, Sylvester and the crooks are headed down below.seen going to Hell. Once of the crooks tells his partner that he used too much nitro. "Now he tells him!" mutters a battered but disgusted Sylvester.
29th Dec '16 6:00:17 PM TomServo3000
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* Too many instances to count in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'', particularly for Wile E. Coyote and Sylvester the Cat:

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* Too many instances to count in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'', ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'': Too many instances to count, particularly for Wile E. Coyote and Sylvester the Cat:
29th Dec '16 5:59:31 PM TomServo3000
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* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies: Too many to count, particularly for Wile E. Coyote and Sylvester the Cat:

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* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies: Too many instances to count, count in ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'', particularly for Wile E. Coyote and Sylvester the Cat:
25th Dec '16 11:30:48 AM TomServo3000
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** ...yeah, these deaths are probably worse than getting killed by a train.

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** ...yeah, these deaths are probably worse than getting killed by a train. * In the fifth episode of ''WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared'', Duck Guy gets his organs removed and eaten alive.
14th Dec '16 3:32:05 PM Doug86
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* Pick a dead end in any ''{{Nasuverse}}'' VisualNovel. Almost ''any'' dead end will do. Some of them are so implausibly over-the-top that they cross the line into {{Narm}} territory... And it only gets better when the [[HaveANiceDeath Tiger Dojo or Teach Me, Ciel-sensei]] segments come next.

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* Pick a dead end in any ''{{Nasuverse}}'' ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'' VisualNovel. Almost ''any'' dead end will do. Some of them are so implausibly over-the-top that they cross the line into {{Narm}} territory... And it only gets better when the [[HaveANiceDeath Tiger Dojo or Teach Me, Ciel-sensei]] segments come next.
8th Dec '16 9:01:34 PM TomServo3000
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* ''WebAnimation/DickFigures'' has Lord Tourettes getting shot in the chest, taking a meat cleaver to the head, hit by an anchor, and eaten alive by sharks while drowning in "Captain Red Rum & The Pina Colada Armada".
5th Dec '16 6:49:57 PM TomServo3000
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*** Other cartoons have depicted Sylvester being beaten to death by an army of bulldogs and mauled to death by lions.

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*** Other cartoons have depicted Sylvester being beaten to death by an army of bulldogs and mauled to death by lions.
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