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28th Jul '16 1:27:11 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors'', Audrey II eats Mr. Mushnik ''JustInTime''.

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* In ''Film/LittleShopOfHorrors'', Audrey II eats Mr. Mushnik ''JustInTime''.''Film/JustInTime''.



* ''Franchise/StarWars episode VI Return of the Jedi'' Oola, and a Gammorean Guard get eaten by a Rancor. And the Skiff guards and even poor Boba Fett got eaten by a Sarlaac as well. (Most people don't think he died anyway though).

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* ''Franchise/StarWars episode VI ''[[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi StarWars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi'' Jedi]]'' Oola, and a Gammorean Guard get eaten by a Rancor. And the Skiff guards and even poor Boba Fett got eaten by a Sarlaac as well. (Most people don't think he died anyway though).



* The fate of anyone unfortunate enough to get caught by the scarab swarms in ''[[Film/TheMummyTrilogy The Mummy]]''. And the little pests are damn quick at it.
** Imhotep only escapes this fate (which was part of him being entombed alive at the beginning of the movie) due to being cursed with immortality.

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* The fate of anyone unfortunate enough to get caught by the scarab swarms in ''[[Film/TheMummyTrilogy ''[[Film/TheMummy1999 The Mummy]]''.Mummy]]'' and ''Film/TheMummyReturns''. And the little pests are damn quick at it.
** Imhotep only escapes this fate (which was part of him being entombed alive at the beginning of the first movie) due to being cursed with immortality.
26th Jul '16 9:07:39 PM Sharlee
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** Internal parasites often ''need'' to be EatenAlive, either as eggs or after hatching, to gain access to new hosts.
26th Jul '16 9:06:14 PM Sharlee
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* This trope happens to plants all the time, as most herbivores don't consume the entire plant, just preferred parts of them. Some plants fight back against this trope with thorns, tough outer coatings, and toxic or indigestible substances, but fruiting plants exploit it by purposefully coating their seeds with expendable nutrient-rich tissues that seed-dispersing animals will eat.

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* This trope happens to plants all ''all the time, time'', as most herbivores don't consume the entire plant, just preferred parts of them. Some plants fight back against this trope with thorns, tough outer coatings, and toxic or indigestible substances, but fruiting plants exploit it by purposefully coating their seeds with expendable nutrient-rich tissues that seed-dispersing animals will eat.
26th Jul '16 9:05:46 PM Sharlee
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* This trope happens to plants all the time, as most herbivores don't consume the entire plant, just preferred parts of them. Some plants fight back against this trope with thorns, tough outer coatings, and toxic or indigestible substances, but fruiting plants exploit it by purposefully coating their seeds with expendable nutrient-rich tissues that seed-dispersing animals will eat.
9th Jul '16 10:13:27 PM notShemp
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Super-trope of DevouredByTheHorde. Compare and contrast StewedAlive, which is usually PlayedForLaughs and involves BlackComedyCannibalism.

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Super-trope of DevouredByTheHorde.DevouredByTheHorde, where a character is eaten alive by multiple parties. Compare and contrast StewedAlive, which is usually PlayedForLaughs and involves BlackComedyCannibalism.
4th Jul '16 6:01:14 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'': Biter, a cannibalistic thug from King's Landing eats most of his victims alive.
23rd Jun '16 5:25:01 PM appealus
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* In ''Film/{{Willow}}'', when the title character knocks that egg thing into the water, it turns into a two headed hydra like monster and eats several of Sorsha's men and even one of what it used to be's kind.

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* In ''Film/{{Willow}}'', when the title character knocks that egg thing into the water, it turns into a two headed hydra like monster and [[MonstrousCannibalism eats a Troll]] before chomping down several of Sorsha's men and even one of what it used to be's kind.men.
16th Jun '16 12:09:38 AM DarkastKiller
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*** That's honestly rather ironic.
27th May '16 1:39:51 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'': This trope is one of the very few things Orks genuinely fear. During the Third War for Armageddon, seeing the Flesh Tearers SpaceMarines fall prey to their bloodlust and start devouring their enemies had the almost unprecedented effect of shattering the Orks' morale so throughly that they fled the battlefield.
29th Apr '16 4:49:25 PM Az_Tech341
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* The [[spoiler:KillerRabbit]] of ''VideoGame/DragonsCrown'' will constantly attempt to eat your party throughout the battle. It even has an attack where it chomps off a large chunk of its targets' heads as a OneKitKill when it TurnsRed. The Treasure Art for killing it solo naturally shows a group of knights getting devoured [[spoiler:by a horde of Killer Rabbits]].

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* The [[spoiler:KillerRabbit]] of ''VideoGame/DragonsCrown'' will constantly attempt to eat your party throughout the battle. It even has an attack where it chomps off a large chunk of its targets' heads as a OneKitKill OneHitKill when it TurnsRed. The Treasure Art for killing it solo naturally shows a group of knights getting devoured [[spoiler:by a horde of Killer Rabbits]].
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