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25th Sep '16 5:56:48 PM Blazer
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* In an Creator/AchievementHunter Let's Play of ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'', Jeremy Dooley, playing the murderer for one round, drops Jack Patillo as he's trying to rescue Ryan Haywood from one of the spider traps and leaves him there to watch Ryan die.
27th Aug '16 11:23:39 AM Gamermaster
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* In the climax of the 'Saint Beasts' arc in Manga/YuYuHakusho, Suzaku has a giant screen showing the footage of [[DontFearTheReaper Botan]] and [[LoveInterest Keiko]] being hunted down by
his bug-zombies. At first, this serves mostly as a distraction, but as Yusuke increasingly gets the worse end of the fight and things get tighter and tighter for Keiko, it gets closer to torture, culminating in Yusuke on the ground, beaten past moving, while the zombies close in on Keiko. (Botan is not in real danger, as her real form is a spirit the zombies can't touch.)

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* In the climax of the 'Saint Beasts' arc in Manga/YuYuHakusho, Suzaku has a giant screen showing the footage of [[DontFearTheReaper Botan]] and [[LoveInterest Keiko]] being hunted down by
by his bug-zombies. At first, this serves mostly as a distraction, but as Yusuke increasingly gets the worse end of the fight and things get tighter and tighter for Keiko, it gets closer to torture, culminating in Yusuke on the ground, beaten past moving, while the zombies close in on Keiko. (Botan is not in real danger, as her real form is a spirit the zombies can't touch.)
26th Aug '16 4:32:06 PM Nintendoman01
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* In the climax of the 'Saint Beasts' arc in Manga/YuYuHakusho, Suzaku has a giant screen showing the footage of [[DontFearTheReaper Botan]] and [[LoveInterest Keiko]] being hunted down by his bug-zombies. At first, this serves mostly as a distraction, but as Yusuke increasingly gets the worse end of the fight and things get tighter and tighter for Keiko, it gets closer to torture, culminating in Yusuke on the ground, beaten past moving, while the zombies close in on Keiko. (Botan is not in real danger, as her real form is a spirit the zombies can't touch.)

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* In the climax of the 'Saint Beasts' arc in Manga/YuYuHakusho, Suzaku has a giant screen showing the footage of [[DontFearTheReaper Botan]] and [[LoveInterest Keiko]] being hunted down by by
his bug-zombies. At first, this serves mostly as a distraction, but as Yusuke increasingly gets the worse end of the fight and things get tighter and tighter for Keiko, it gets closer to torture, culminating in Yusuke on the ground, beaten past moving, while the zombies close in on Keiko. (Botan is not in real danger, as her real form is a spirit the zombies can't touch.)


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* ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'': During the climax of the Fairy Dance arc, after Sugou/Oberon stabs him through his back and spine, he goes out of his way to torture Kirito by chaining up [[LoveInterest Asuna]], ripping her clothes off, and groping and [[LecherousLicking licking]] her, all right in front of him. He [[LaserGuidedKarma gets his just desserts]] when [[spoiler: Akihiko Kayaba overrides Sugou's control of the game and gives Kirito admin privileges, which Kirito takes full advantage of, turning off Sugou's pain inhibitor and killing his in-game avatar so brutally that Sugou is [[WoundThatWillNotHeal left permanently injured in real life]]]].
10th Aug '16 8:33:08 PM PaulA
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* In the beginning of ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Shogun]]'' by James Clavell, the Japanese are surprised to learn that the main character John "Anjin-san" Blackwell (who is the leader of a group of shipwrecked European sailors) isn't vulnerable to personal humiliation, and even more surprised to learn that he ''is'' vulnerable to this trope. Abuse and mistreat him all you want, and he won't break; but touch one of his companions instead...

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* In the beginning of ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Shogun]]'' ''Literature/{{Shogun}}'' by James Clavell, the Japanese are surprised to learn that the main character John "Anjin-san" Blackwell Blackthorne (who is the leader of a group of shipwrecked European sailors) isn't vulnerable to personal humiliation, and even more surprised to learn that he ''is'' vulnerable to this trope. Abuse and mistreat him all you want, and he won't break; but touch one of his companions instead...
6th Aug '16 10:51:27 PM Mhazard
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* ''VideoGame/UltimaV: Warriors of Destiny'' was one of the first to use this trope. [[spoiler: If you are captured by Lord Blackthorn, you are asked one of the mantras to the Shrines of Virtue. If you refuse, Lord Blackthorn will drag a companion under a swinging blade and ask "are you sure you don't want to tell me?" If you continue to refuse, your companion will die and will never return.]]

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* ''VideoGame/UltimaV: Warriors of Destiny'' was one of the first to use this trope. [[spoiler: If you are captured by Lord Blackthorn, you are asked one of the mantras to the Shrines of Virtue. If you refuse, Lord Blackthorn will drag a companion under a swinging blade and ask "are you sure you don't want to tell me?" If you continue to refuse, your companion will die and will never return. You can exploit this to [[UriahGambit get rid of Saduj]], however.]]
2nd Aug '16 1:38:03 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ'', while she and Ryu investigate a girl's vanishment in a BoardingSchool, Megumi is caught and kidnapped by a mysterious masked man. She finds herself BoundAndGagged and is forced to watch as [[spoiler:said masked man kills the also kidnapped StudentCouncilPresident by smashing a bottle in his head.]] Few later, Ryu and other kids find a video featuring this as well as [[spoiler:how the masked man threateningly approaches poor Megu and the scene goes to black, implying he's killed her too. He has not, and Megu is released unharmed but ''very'' shaken by what she was forced to see.]]

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* In ''Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ'', while she and Ryu investigate a girl's vanishment in a BoardingSchool, Megumi is caught and kidnapped by a mysterious masked man. She finds herself BoundAndGagged and is forced to watch as [[spoiler:said masked man kills the also kidnapped StudentCouncilPresident by [[GrievousBottleyHarm smashing a bottle in his head.head]].]] Few later, Ryu and other kids find a video featuring this as well as [[spoiler:how the masked man threateningly approaches poor Megu and the scene goes to black, implying he's killed her too. He has not, and Megu is released unharmed but ''very'' shaken by what she was forced had to see.]]
26th Jul '16 8:45:24 PM DefyingGallifrey
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** In "The Magician's Apprentice", Davros forces the Doctor to watch helplessly as [[spoiler: Missy and Clara are exterminated]]. [[spoiler: Actually, they're faking it.]]
6th Jul '16 11:59:16 PM alspawn
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* Parodied in an episode of ''Series/AlloAllo''. Michelle informs Rene that one way the Germans may try to get information out of him is to torture his wife in front of him until he breaks. When Edith panics, Rene reassures her "Don't worry, I will tell them nothing."
3rd Jul '16 5:47:17 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', Karzahni's MaskOfPower has the effect of trapping the target in a vision where they're usually unable to move, and witness horrible alternate futures. In one instance, he made Jaller see what would have happened if he had frozen in place instead of saving his friend Takua, thus allowing the villain Makuta to win. In this alternate future, the terrorized islanders would have risen up against Makuta's rule, only to be brutally killed one by one by his henchmen. This also counts as MindRape, as it leaves the victim too shaken to try to escape Karzahni's realm.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', Karzahni's MaskOfPower has the effect of trapping the target in a vision where they're usually unable to move, and witness horrible alternate futures. In one instance, he made Jaller see what would have happened if he had frozen in place instead of saving his friend Takua, thus allowing the villain Makuta to win. In this alternate future, the terrorized islanders would have risen up against Makuta's rule, only to be brutally killed one by one by his henchmen. This also counts as MindRape, as it leaves the victim too shaken to try to escape Karzahni's realm.
3rd Jul '16 1:57:44 PM Discar
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* ''Series/{{Galavant}}'': Madalena's solution to a ridiculously-minor dispute - two farmers arguing over who owns a chicken that hatched right on the boundary between their properties - is resolved by her eating the chicken for lunch and making the farmers watch. It confuses the hell out of them, and when they start arguing again Like an OldMarriedCouple, Madalena snaps, "''This!'' This is why I'm making you watch!"

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* ''Series/{{Galavant}}'': Madalena's solution to a ridiculously-minor dispute - two farmers arguing over who owns a chicken that hatched right on the boundary between their properties - is resolved by her eating the chicken for lunch and making the farmers watch. It confuses the hell out of them, and when they start arguing again Like an OldMarriedCouple, LikeAnOldMarriedCouple, Madalena snaps, "''This!'' This is why I'm making you watch!"
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