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24th Mar '17 3:24:14 PM Monolaf317
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* The girl in ''Film/{{Vertigo}}''. [[spoiler:Twice.]]
** Well... [[spoiler:two different girls, actually.]]
*** [[ItWasHisSled Shhhh!]]

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* The girl in ''Film/{{Vertigo}}''. [[spoiler:Twice.]]
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]] Well... [[spoiler:two different girls, actually.]]
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]] [[ItWasHisSled Shhhh!]]
22nd Mar '17 7:01:09 AM igordebraga
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*** [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 The live-action version]] has Gaston falling from a bridge that is collapsing as he shoots the Beast.
15th Mar '17 9:27:13 PM Tyoria
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* An article titled "The ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' Drinking Game" instructed players to take a shot for every trope common to ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' (i.e. [[XanatosGambit every time Xanatos admitted to the failure of the plan being part of the plan]] or every time Elisa's CoolCar is seen). Disney Villain Death was ''not'' included because the sheer number would cause people to succumb to alcohol poisoning. Specific examples, for the curious:

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* An article titled "The ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' Drinking Game" instructed players to take a shot for every trope common to ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' (i.e.(e.g. [[XanatosGambit every time Xanatos admitted to the failure of the plan being part of the plan]] or every time Elisa's CoolCar is seen). Disney Villain Death was ''not'' included because the sheer number would cause people to succumb to alcohol poisoning. Specific examples, for the curious:
14th Mar '17 2:38:24 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'' (book two of ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''): In the final battle, Adolin headbutts Eshonai into a chasm. She's wearing [[PoweredArmor Shardplate]] at the time, so she probably survived the actual fall, but [[spoiler:[[HostileWeather a Highstorm and an Everstorm]] [[YinYangBomb crashed into each other right above her head]]]], so her survival remains ambiguous.
14th Mar '17 1:49:24 AM OlmoJV
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** In ''Oath Breaker'', [[spoiler:Bale]] ends up hanging from the edge of the Crag and falls to his death when Thiazzi steps on his fingers.

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** In ''Oath Breaker'', [[spoiler:Bale]] ends up hanging from the edge of the Crag and falls to his death when Thiazzi [[HandStomp steps on his fingers.fingers]].
14th Mar '17 12:10:48 AM OlmoJV
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14th Mar '17 12:09:59 AM OlmoJV
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* ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfAncientDarkness'':
** In ''Wolf Brother'', an avalanche drags the demon bear and Hord to their doom.
** In ''Oath Breaker'', Thiazzi is ignited while he's on the top branch of a massive oak and loses his balance.
** In ''Ghost Hunter'', Eostra falls into a chasm created by the Hidden People summoned by [[spoiler:the Walker]].


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* ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfAncientDarkness'':
** In ''Soul Eater'', [[spoiler:[[HeelFaceTurn Nef]]]] performs a HeroicSacrifice by jumping into a crevasse with one of the Fire Opal fragments in order to destroy it and repay her debt to Torak's father.
** In ''Oath Breaker'', [[spoiler:Bale]] ends up hanging from the edge of the Crag and falls to his death when Thiazzi steps on his fingers.
** Subverted in ''Ghost Hunter'' when [[spoiler:[[TheHero Torak]]]] falls into a chasm with the BigBad, only to have his spirit guided back to his body by the NonHumanSidekick.
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9th Mar '17 11:43:39 AM newPS3D
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* Played straight in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTalesTheMovieTreasureOfTheLostLamp'' with Merlock as a result of him losing his talisman... while in [[AbsurdAltitude low earth orbit]]. [[FridgeLogic Though he did wish to live forever and he would have hit the ground long before]] [[NoOntologicalInertia the genie was freed and all his wishes were undone]].

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* Played straight in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTalesTheMovieTreasureOfTheLostLamp'' with Merlock as a result of him losing his talisman... while in [[AbsurdAltitude low earth orbit]]. [[FridgeLogic Though he did wish to live forever and he would have hit the ground long before]] [[NoOntologicalInertia the genie was freed and all his wishes were undone]].undone]], meaning in theory he would've received [[FridgeHorror the most gruesome death because he would've hit the ground and not died, and been in a painful mess of blood and broken bones]].
8th Mar '17 8:09:20 PM igordebraga
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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' is also a Disney property, but the movies so far haven't employed this - the villains of ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' survive, and the closest to a falling death is [[spoiler:Han Solo]] plummeting ''after'' being fatally stabbed. ''Film/RogueOne'' had only deaths by blaster shots and explosions (the latter includes the protagonists' nemesis, Director Orson Krennic).

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' is also a Disney property, but the movies so far haven't employed this - the villains of ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' survive, and the closest to a falling death is [[spoiler:Han Solo]] plummeting ''after'' being fatally stabbed. ''Film/RogueOne'' had only deaths by blaster shots and explosions (the latter includes the protagonists' nemesis, Director Orson Krennic).Krennic falling from an antenna cradle, and barely surviving (just enough to be wiped out by a massive explosion [[HoistByHisOwnPetard caused by the Death Star he helped build]]).
8th Mar '17 6:36:10 PM igordebraga
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* Now that ''Franchise/StarWars'' is also a Disney property, the ''Film/RogueOne'' feature the protagonists' nemesis, Director Orson Krennic, dying on the Imperial base at Scarif, after [[TheDragon Tarkin]] [[ApocalypseHow fires a Death Star at it]] ''at low power'' [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness to tie up the loose ends]]. Captain Andor also fails to follow his order [[spoiler:to kill Jyn's father Galen Erso, though he's [[ReluctantMadScientist not technically a villain]]]], but his rep is saved by [[spoiler:Galen's being [[FriendlyFire accidentally fatally injured by the Alliance bombers]]]].

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* Now that * ''Franchise/StarWars'' is also a Disney property, but the movies so far haven't employed this - the villains of ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' survive, and the closest to a falling death is [[spoiler:Han Solo]] plummeting ''after'' being fatally stabbed. ''Film/RogueOne'' feature had only deaths by blaster shots and explosions (the latter includes the protagonists' nemesis, Director Orson Krennic, dying on the Imperial base at Scarif, after [[TheDragon Tarkin]] [[ApocalypseHow fires a Death Star at it]] ''at low power'' [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness to tie up the loose ends]]. Captain Andor also fails to follow his order [[spoiler:to kill Jyn's father Galen Erso, though he's [[ReluctantMadScientist not technically a villain]]]], but his rep is saved by [[spoiler:Galen's being [[FriendlyFire accidentally fatally injured by the Alliance bombers]]]].Krennic).
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