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13th Jan '18 3:58:40 AM Morgenthaler
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** ''Film/{{Moonraker}}''. Bond falls into a pool when a man-eating anaconda slithers in. After Bond kills the snake, Drax is disappointed that he wouldn't succumb to "an amusing death".
8th Dec '17 8:05:19 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}} 2'' has Sengoku trying to feed Kiryu Kazuma to his two pet tigers after Kazuma [[PapaWolf tears through his men to get Haruka back]]. Kazuma being a consummate {{badass}}, however, he ends up killing both of them.

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* ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}} 2'' has Sengoku trying to feed Kiryu Kazuma to his two pet tigers after Kazuma [[PapaWolf tears through his men to get Haruka back]]. Kazuma being a consummate {{badass}}, Kazuma, however, he ends up killing both of them.
8th Dec '17 6:57:13 AM Paireon
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* The Christianizing King of Norway, Olaf Tryggvason, is said to have executed a pagan Viking chief, Raud the Strong, by having a viper stuffed down his throat. (Or should that be labelled, "Had the Beast Fed to Him"?)

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* OlderThanDirt, actually: In Myth/EgyptianMythology, souls that were found unworthy of the afterlife were fed to the monster Ammit.
* The Christianizing King of Norway, Olaf Tryggvason, is said to have executed a pagan Viking chief, Raud the Strong, by having a viper stuffed down his throat. (Or should that be labelled, [[InvertedTrope "Had the Beast Fed to Him"?) Him"]]?)



* ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}} 2'' has Sengoku trying to feed Kiryu Kazuma to his two pet tigers after Kazuma [[PapaWolf tears through his men to get Haruka back]]. Kazuma being a consummate badass, however, he ends up killing both of them.

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* ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}} 2'' has Sengoku trying to feed Kiryu Kazuma to his two pet tigers after Kazuma [[PapaWolf tears through his men to get Haruka back]]. Kazuma being a consummate badass, {{badass}}, however, he ends up killing both of them.



* Players of ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' frequently build pits containing large and vile-tempered captured creatures. Sometimes these are trained, sometimes they're not. Crocodiles, zombies, wolves...people even build giant cave spider pits, and harvest the web left after a successful termination.

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* Players of ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' frequently build pits containing large and vile-tempered captured creatures. Sometimes these are trained, sometimes they're not. Crocodiles, zombies, wolves... people even build giant cave spider pits, and harvest the web left after a successful termination.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Drakensang}} 2: The River of Time'', the vile commander of Thurstone Fortress Stitus Bloomfold (thinks of a midget version of Dom De Luise) has a taste for rare pets, which he feeds with hapless prisoners from time to time. Said critters include war hounds, wild boars, wolves and a bear. Later he tries to feed the party to his favourite beastie, [[spoiler: a [[GiantSquid Newt Kraken]]]], but ends up suffering a KarmicDeath instead, as Forgrimm lampshades.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Drakensang}} 2: The River of Time'', the vile commander of Thurstone Fortress Stitus Bloomfold (thinks (think of a midget version of Dom De Luise) has a taste for rare pets, which he feeds with hapless prisoners from time to time. Said critters include war hounds, wild boars, wolves and a bear. Later he tries to feed the party to his favourite beastie, [[spoiler: a [[GiantSquid Newt Kraken]]]], but ends up suffering a KarmicDeath instead, as Forgrimm lampshades.
29th Nov '17 2:03:34 AM foxley
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* ''Literature/YoungSherlockHolmes'': In ''Red Leech'', Duke Balthassar has Sherlock, Virginia and Matty thrown to his Komodo dragons to be devoured.
18th Nov '17 6:13:51 PM wootzits
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* ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|1981}}'' is a movie very loosely based on the myth of Perseus. In this version, Hera orders Andromeda left to the Kraken, the last surviving Titan, threatening to order it to destroy Joppa if her mother does not comply.

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* ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|1981}}'' ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans1981'' is a movie very loosely based on the myth of Perseus. In this version, Hera orders Andromeda left to the Kraken, the last surviving Titan, threatening to order it to destroy Joppa if her mother does not comply.
* ''Film/{{Barbarella}}'': The Black Queen can dispose of those who displease her by feeding them to the Mathmos, the EldritchAbomination that her people worship. She does this with Pygar, but it doesn't work because the Mathmos can't stomach his purity.
6th Oct '17 11:09:06 PM ArchTeryx
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** The Geonosians attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head). (Though the trope didn't really apply to the Reek, which was herbivorous, just aggressive; the Acklay and Nexu, however, were most definitely '''''not''''' herbivorous, and tried their damndest to prey on the protagonists).

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** The Geonosians attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head). (Though the trope didn't really apply to the Reek, which was herbivorous, just aggressive; herbivorous; the Acklay and Nexu, however, were most definitely '''''not''''' herbivorous, and tried their damndest to prey on the protagonists).
6th Oct '17 11:07:10 PM ArchTeryx
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** The Geonosians attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head). It wasn't really "fed to the beast" in the case of the Reek, which was herbivorous; the Acklay and Nexu most definitely were '''''not'''''.

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** The Geonosians attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head). It wasn't (Though the trope didn't really "fed apply to the beast" in the case of the Reek, which was herbivorous; herbivorous, just aggressive; the Acklay and Nexu Nexu, however, were most definitely were '''''not'''''.'''''not''''' herbivorous, and tried their damndest to prey on the protagonists).
6th Oct '17 11:05:13 PM ArchTeryx
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** The Geonosians attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head).

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** The Geonosians attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head). It wasn't really "fed to the beast" in the case of the Reek, which was herbivorous; the Acklay and Nexu most definitely were '''''not'''''.
3rd Sep '17 6:30:54 PM foxley
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* 'WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' episode "Clutches of the Creature King". After the title villain captures Space Ghost he puts him in an arena and forces him to fight all of the Creature King's creatures without his power bands.

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* 'WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' episode "Clutches of the Creature King". After the title villain captures Space Ghost he puts him in an arena and forces him to fight all of the Creature King's creatures without his power bands.bands.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'': In "The Mermen of Emor", the mermen attempt to do this to Jimmy Olsen and two other captured scuba divers as part of their annual games: first with lion sharks, and then a killer whale.
3rd Jun '17 12:11:59 AM Snicka
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** The Geonosians actually did this with an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head).

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** The Geonosians actually did this with attempted to execute Anakin, Padmé and Obi-Wan by chaining them up in an arena and unleashing three monsters on them: an Acklay (a semi-aquatic lobster-praying mantis hybrid), a Nexu (a porcupine-tiger hybrid with four eyes and two tails), and a Reek (a monster like a cross between a bull and a rhino, with three horns on its head).
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