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4th Mar '17 4:35:24 PM ReynTime250
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* As seen in the page image, this was the fate of the thief of a Goku Uniform in ''Anime/KillLaKill''. Later on this gets downplayed when [[AbusiveParents Ragyo]] picks up Satsuki after [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown her being beaten to almost death]] and throws her like trash to show what happens to those that go against the Life Fibers.

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* As seen in the page image, this was the fate of the thief of a Goku Uniform in ''Anime/KillLaKill''. Later This happens later on this gets downplayed when [[AbusiveParents Ragyo]] picks up Satsuki after [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beating her being beaten to almost death]] and throws her like trash to show what happens to those that go against the Life Fibers.Fibers. [[DownplayedTrope Satsuki doesn't actually die however]].
4th Mar '17 4:33:53 PM ReynTime250
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* As seen in the page image, this was the fate of the thief of a Goku Uniform in ''Anime/KillLaKill''.

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* As seen in the page image, this was the fate of the thief of a Goku Uniform in ''Anime/KillLaKill''. Later on this gets downplayed when [[AbusiveParents Ragyo]] picks up Satsuki after [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown her being beaten to almost death]] and throws her like trash to show what happens to those that go against the Life Fibers.
3rd Feb '17 11:39:33 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** One remarkable TearJerker moment comes from [[TheLancer Sanosuke Sagara's]] flashback as a child, when he was adopted by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sekihotai Sekihoutai]] leader [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagara_Sozo Sagara Souzou]] (here given a HistoricalHeroUpgrade and HistoricalBeautyUpdate). After the Sekihōtai was accused of being a "false army" by the Restoration government of the Ishin Shishi (making them the fall guys for the failure of the government in service delivery), they were executed in the mountains, with Sagara's head being chopped off and displayed in public. It would be Sanosuke's [[FreudianExcuse excuse]] to sabotage any Ishin Shishi he meets and live as hired muscle codenamed "Zanza," [[DefeatMeansFriendship until he meets]] [[TheHero ex-assassin Kenshin Himura]] and gets a WorldOfCardboardSpeech that makes him realize that this isn't what Sagara would've wanted for him.
** In the Kyoto arc, a young boy named Eiji Mishima asks Misao and Kenshin to help him avenge the death of his older brother Eiichirou, one of Saitou's informants, at the hands of the Juppongatana. They go to Eiji's village... and they find the bleeding, beaten corpses of the Mishima parents, hung at the entrance of the place. [[HeroicBSOD Naturally, poor Eiji has a meltdown at the sight.]]

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** One remarkable TearJerker moment comes from [[TheLancer Sanosuke Sagara's]] flashback as a child, when he was adopted by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sekihotai Sekihoutai]] leader [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagara_Sozo Sagara Souzou]] (here given a HistoricalHeroUpgrade and HistoricalBeautyUpdate). After the Sekihōtai was accused of being a "false army" by the Restoration government of the Ishin Shishi (making them the fall guys for the failure of the government in service delivery), they were executed in the mountains, with Sagara's head being chopped off and displayed in public. It would be Sanosuke's [[FreudianExcuse excuse]] to sabotage any Ishin Shishi he meets and live as hired muscle codenamed "Zanza," [[DefeatMeansFriendship until he meets]] [[TheHero ex-assassin Kenshin Himura]] and gets a WorldOfCardboardSpeech that makes him realize that this isn't what Sagara would've wanted for him.
** In the Kyoto arc, a young boy named Eiji Mishima asks Misao and Kenshin to help him avenge the death of his older brother Eiichirou, one of Saitou's informants, at the hands of the Juppongatana. They go to Eiji's village... and they find the bleeding, beaten corpses of the Mishima parents, hung at the entrance of the place. [[HeroicBSOD Naturally, poor Eiji has a screaming meltdown at the sight.]]



* Discussed but not ultimately carried out in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', after Emmeryn leaps off the precipice in [[WhamEpisode chapter nine.]]

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* Discussed but not ultimately carried out in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', after [[spoiler: Emmeryn [[HeroicSuicide leaps off the precipice precipice]] in [[WhamEpisode chapter nine.nine]] to undo Gangrel's SadisticChoice.]] [[spoiler: Which is {{foreshadowing}} of her [[DisneyDeath ultimate survival]].]]
31st Jan '17 7:05:42 AM catmuto
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* In ''VideoGame/TheBoogieMan'', this is the antagonist's favorite way of doing things for his little game. He not only uses [[SadisticChoice horrifying]] contraptions to potentially kill the characters, but also loves to leave the bodies on open display to not just mock and shock the others, but also because it amuses him.


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* In ''VideoGame/DeadlyPremonition'', it turns out that Anna Graham's body was displayed on the tree as a way of reverence.
28th Jan '17 3:46:49 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* One of the most horrifying moments in ''Manga/NaruTaru'' is when [[spoiler: Takeo and Shiina's parents find a CreepyDoll... '''with the decapitated head of Takeo's murdered best friend, Norio, mounted on it'''.]] Naturally, [[HeroicBSOD none of them take it well at all]].

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* One of the most horrifying moments in ''Manga/NaruTaru'' is takes place when [[spoiler: Takeo and Shiina's parents find a CreepyDoll... '''with the decapitated head of Takeo's murdered best friend, Norio, mounted on it'''.]] Naturally, [[HeroicBSOD none of them take it well at all]].
28th Jan '17 3:46:25 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''Manga/DetectiveConan'', more than one murder case involves the victim's corpse specifically arranged to this effect. I.e., in a {{filler}} case a girl is first strangled to death, then placed on a sèance table with her arms outstretched [[CrucifiedHeroShot as if she was tied to a cross]].

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* In ''Manga/DetectiveConan'', more than one murder case involves the victim's corpse specifically arranged to this effect. I.e., in a {{filler}} case a girl is first strangled to death, then placed on a sèance table with her arms outstretched [[CrucifiedHeroShot as if she was tied tied/nailed to a cross]].cross]].
* One of the most horrifying moments in ''Manga/NaruTaru'' is when [[spoiler: Takeo and Shiina's parents find a CreepyDoll... '''with the decapitated head of Takeo's murdered best friend, Norio, mounted on it'''.]] Naturally, [[HeroicBSOD none of them take it well at all]].
16th Jan '17 12:56:05 PM ErebusElysium
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Trollhunters}}'', In the Hero's Forge, the corpses of past trollhunters (having turned to stone in death) are reassembled and placed on pedestals as statues to honor them.
15th Jan '17 3:44:55 AM foxley
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* ''Series/MidsomeMurders'': In "A Dying Art", the killer places the bodies of their victims as parts of sculptures on display in a sculpture park.

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* ''Series/MidsomeMurders'': ''Series/MidsomerMurders'': In "A Dying Art", the killer places the bodies of their victims as parts of sculptures on display in a sculpture park.
15th Jan '17 3:43:50 AM foxley
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* ''Series/MidsomeMurders'': In "A Dying Art", the killer places the bodies of their victims as parts of sculptures on display in a sculpture park.
8th Jan '17 3:22:59 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Lots.
** Joffrey forces Sansa to look at the heads mounted on spikes in "Fire and Blood".
** When he encounters some wildlings, Robb decides to have them put on pokes and left to the crows.
** Tyrion provides the page quote, "Heads, spikes, walls," as his solution if the small council troubles him.
** Theon displays the charred bodies of his victims to proclaim the success of his hunt in "A Man Without Honor".
** Jaime and Brienne discover several women who were hanged by Stark men because "They Lay With Lions."
** Multiple characters recall Tywin Lannister laying the bloodied bodies of Prince Rhaegar's children before Robert as tokens of fealty at the end of Robert's Rebellion.
** Robb Stark gets a particularly nasty desecration when his head is swapped with that of his direwolf in mockery of his rumoured supernatural abilities.
** The Great Masters of Meereen crucify 163 slave children, one for every mile, along Daenerys' invasion route. Daenerys punishes them by ordering that a like number of the city elders be crucified in turn.
** House Bolton's coat-of-arms displays a flayed man and legend speaks of them wearing their enemies' skins as cloaks and storing them in a room in their castle.
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