History Main / CruelandUnusualDeath

15th Feb '17 11:42:20 PM MummyGaGa
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** From VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3, the executions are much more brutal this time to the point where Leon's execution made it seem like it was a cakewalk. However, this trope was ''actually averted'' for Kaito as he died peacefully and his execution was much more LighterAndSofter. Kokichi and Ryoma also received very brutal murders and they ''actually allowed'' themselves to die that way though for different reasons with Ryoma being a DeathSeeker and Kokichi wanted to try his best to outsmart the mastermind.

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** From VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3, the executions are much more brutal this time to the point where Leon's execution made it seem like it was a cakewalk. However, this trope was ''actually averted'' for Kaito as he died peacefully and his execution was much more LighterAndSofter. Kokichi and Ryoma also received very brutal murders and they ''actually allowed'' themselves to die that way though for different reasons with Ryoma being a DeathSeeker and Kokichi wanted to try his best to outsmart the mastermind.save Maki from being executed after Maki shot a poisonous arrow at him.
13th Feb '17 8:51:42 AM I_love_dragons
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** What Redcloak does to Tsukiko just a few strips later is even worse.

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** What Redcloak does to Tsukiko [[spoiler:Tsukiko]] just a few strips later is even worse.



** Nale brutally kills Malack by taking advantage of his vampire weakness to sunlight, causing him to be reduced to ash.

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** Nale brutally kills Malack [[spoiler:Malack by taking advantage of his vampire weakness to sunlight, sunlight,]] causing him to be reduced to ash.
3rd Feb '17 6:01:16 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.

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** From VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3, All of the executions with are much more brutal this time to the exception of point where Leon's execution made it seem like it was a cakewalk. However, this trope was ''actually averted'' for Kaito filled this role. Ryoma as he died peacefully and his execution was much more LighterAndSofter. Kokichi and Ryoma also ended up receiving received very brutal murders as well. and they ''actually allowed'' themselves to die that way though for different reasons with Ryoma being a DeathSeeker and Kokichi wanted to try his best to outsmart the mastermind.
1st Feb '17 4:01:31 PM TomServo3000
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* In ''Literature/{{Pyrrhic}}'' Tina is killed by drinking from a water bottle that contains chloroform, while her sister drinks her blood, thinking herself to be a vampire. Sonny is killed by Helmut in self-defense with a revolver, but his body is slowly eaten by army ants.

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* In ''Literature/{{Pyrrhic}}'' ''Literature/{{Pyrrhic}}'', Tina is killed by drinking from a water bottle that contains chloroform, while her sister drinks her blood, thinking herself to be a vampire. Sonny is killed by Helmut in self-defense with a revolver, but his body is slowly eaten by army ants.
1st Feb '17 4:00:41 PM TomServo3000
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* ''WebVideo/TheHorriblySlowMurdererWithTheExtremelyInefficientWeapon'' has the inevitable death of Jack Cucchiaio be this. He'll die at the hand of the [[ImmortalAssassin Ginosangi]]... eventually, after years of being beaten with a spoon with the only pauses being when he's trying to convince someone of the Ginosangi's existence. Even when he tries to kill himself to get it over with, the Ginosangi won't let him.

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* ''WebVideo/TheHorriblySlowMurdererWithTheExtremelyInefficientWeapon'' has the inevitable death of Jack Cucchiaio be this. He'll die at the hand of the [[ImmortalAssassin Ginosangi]]... eventually, after years of being beaten with a spoon with the only pauses being when he's trying to convince someone of the Ginosangi's existence. Even when he tries to kill himself to get it over with, the Ginosangi won't let him.
1st Feb '17 4:00:15 PM TomServo3000
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* ''WebVideo/TheHorriblySlowMurdererWithTheExtremelyInefficientWeapon'' has the inevitable death of Jack Cucchiaio be this. He'll die at the hand of the [[ImmortalAssassin Ginosangi]]... eventually, after years of being beaten with a spoon with the only pauses being when he's trying to convince someone of the Ginosangi's existence. Even when he tries to kill himself to get it over with, the Ginosangi won't let him.
1st Feb '17 3:48:25 PM TomServo3000
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* ''WebVideo/TheHorriblySlowMurdererWithTheExtremelyInefficientWeapon'' has the inevitable death of Jack Cucchiaio be this. He'll die at the hand of the [[ImmortalAssassin Ginosangi]]... eventually, after years of being beaten with a spoon with the only pauses being when he's trying to convince someone of the Ginosangi's existence. Even when he tries to kill himself to get it over with, the Ginosangi won't let him.
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.
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