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13th Apr '17 4:21:01 PM Amberlu
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* Despite ''Literature/WarriorCats'' having ''many'' HighPressureBlood moments and being built on FamilyUnfriendlyViolence, this occurs during [[spoiler:Needletail's]] death scene. Violetpaw, who narrates that particular chapter, doesn't see the exact moment where [[spoiler:Needletail]] dies because she's ''running for her life.'' She does, however, hear her scream, out of sight.
12th Apr '17 12:49:37 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' sometimes makes use of this trope, like when the [[EliteMooks Droid Commandos]] execute the clone sergeant after knocking him to the ground in [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS1E5Rookies "Rookies"]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' sometimes makes use of this trope, like when the [[EliteMooks Droid Commandos]] commando droids]] execute the clone sergeant after knocking him to the ground in [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS1E5Rookies "Rookies"]].


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** [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS1E11CallToAction "Call to Action"]]: When Tarkin has the Inquisitor execute incompetent officers Aresko and Grint for their failures in apprehending the ''Ghost'' crew, the camera cuts away to Kallus and Tua's [[ReactionShot reactions]] just after the Inquisitor starts [[OffWithHisHead decapitating them]].


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4th Apr '17 10:39:40 AM Ultra64
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** While Manet would sometimes cut up paintings by him he felt failed artistically and rework any salvagable fragments (he notably did this with an "Incident" at The Bullfight" from which the Dead Toreador in the National Gallery and the Bull Ring in the Frick come from), MoMA claims that in this case the London Maximilian painting was cut up ''after'' Manet's death.

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** While Manet would sometimes cut up paintings by him he felt failed artistically and rework any salvagable fragments (he notably did this with an "Incident" at The Bullfight" from which the Dead Toreador in the National Gallery and the Bull Ring in the Frick come from), MoMA [=MoMA=] claims that in this case the London Maximilian painting was cut up ''after'' Manet's death.



** ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Cars 2]]'': Rod "Torque" Redline's (an offscreen explosion is reflected onto a computer monitor after he is blasted away by the Lemons' radiation cannon) and Tony Trihull's (another offscreen explosion, this time from an above view of the river Thames in London as he is blown up by Finn McMissile's bombs) deaths.

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** ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Cars 2]]'': Rod "Torque" Redline's (an offscreen explosion is reflected onto a computer monitor after he is blasted away by the Lemons' radiation cannon) and Tony Trihull's (another offscreen explosion, this time from an above view of the river Thames in London as he is blown up by Finn McMissile's [=McMissile=]'s bombs) deaths.



* Near the start of ''Film/{{Robocop 2014}}'', a bunch of insurgents try to attack the OmniCorp robots in Tehran. After their attack is repelled, the son of one of them takes a knife and rushes down from his apartment to try to charge an ED-209. The camera cuts from the ED-209's Robo Cam POV shot of the boy to outside, where we only see it blasting away.

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* Near the start of ''Film/{{Robocop 2014}}'', a bunch of insurgents try to attack the OmniCorp [=OmniCorp=] robots in Tehran. After their attack is repelled, the son of one of them takes a knife and rushes down from his apartment to try to charge an ED-209. The camera cuts from the ED-209's Robo Cam POV shot of the boy to outside, where we only see it blasting away.



* ''WesternAnimation/SupermanDoomsday'' features this immediately after [[spoiler: Mercy Graves tells Lex Luthor]] that the scene of Doomsday's discovery has been sanitized and there is nothing left linking LexCorp to Doomsday.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SupermanDoomsday'' features this immediately after [[spoiler: Mercy Graves tells Lex Luthor]] that the scene of Doomsday's discovery has been sanitized and there is nothing left linking LexCorp [=LexCorp=] to Doomsday.
4th Apr '17 2:47:20 AM Arivne
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* Perhaps the definitive version on screen has to be the famous shower sequence from ''{{Film/Psycho}}'' Only two times is the knife ever seen touching the victim (and in both cases, never penetrates flesh), and otherwise, at no point does the knife, killer, or victim ever appear in the same frame. All violence is implied by the moving knife, the victim's screams, and the final shot of blood circling down the drain.

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* Perhaps the definitive version on screen has to be the famous shower sequence from ''{{Film/Psycho}}'' ''{{Film/Psycho}}''. Only two times is the knife ever seen touching the victim (and in both cases, never penetrates flesh), and otherwise, at no point does the knife, killer, or victim ever appear in the same frame. All violence is implied by the moving knife, the victim's screams, and the final shot of blood circling down the drain.
30th Mar '17 9:47:39 AM DougSMachina
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation's reports on the things they keep protect the world from include descriptions of what happens when an SCP's behaviour is left unchecked resulting in [DATA EXPUNGED], or a line of research into what it does leads to [REDACTED], with implications of casualties, injuries to researchers, property damage and reprimands for allowing it to happen.

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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation's reports on the things they keep protect the world protected from include descriptions of what happens when an SCP's behaviour is left unchecked resulting in [DATA EXPUNGED], or a line of research into what it does leads to [REDACTED], with implications of casualties, injuries to researchers, property damage and reprimands for allowing it to happen.
24th Mar '17 3:38:02 AM Siempie
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* If you are shot by one of the turrets in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'', the screen will tint red till you get out of the way -- and if you look behind you, all you'll see is blood on the wall (and possibly floor) behind you. Somewhat [[JustifiedTrope justified]] because it is a first-person game, and the only enemies you 'kill' are robots.

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* *''Videogame/{{Portal}}''
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If you are shot by one of the turrets in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'', ''VideoGame/Portal1'', the screen will tint red till you get out of the way -- and if you look behind you, all you'll see is blood on the wall (and possibly floor) behind you. Somewhat [[JustifiedTrope justified]] because it is a first-person game, and the only enemies you 'kill' are robots. This was further changed in the sequel. While your screen still tints red when you take damage, bloodsplatters no longer appear on the walls. This is to warrant the game an E10 rating.
** The [[spoiler: Core Transfer]] scene in ''Videogame/Portal2'' is largely hidden from view. Although there is no blood to be hidden, [=GLaDOS=] [[spoiler: getting decapitated]] was hidden behind panels to prevent the game's rating from rising. Don't worry though, [[spoiler: [[NightmareFuel the screams speak entirely for themselves]].]]
13th Mar '17 3:41:14 AM Kooshmeister
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*** We're told that the crew of the ''Venture'' are "all over the place" in the ship's wheelhouse, but all we see is the helmsman's severed hand.
12th Mar '17 7:38:19 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* The last two episodes of ''Anime/{{Narutaru}}'' were filled with this. Contrast with the manga, which was considerably less shy about showing blood and gore. A good example is the scene where [[spoiler:Oni rapes and then bisects Aki as punishment for her torture of its master, Hiroko]]; in the manga we see all details, in the anime we only see the shadows...

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* The last two episodes of ''Anime/{{Narutaru}}'' were filled with this. Contrast with the manga, which was considerably less shy about showing blood and gore. A good example is the scene where [[spoiler:Oni rapes and then bisects Aki as punishment for her torture of its master, Hiroko]]; in the (uncensored) manga we see all details, details are seen, in the anime we only see the shadows...shadows "reflect" it...
11th Mar '17 7:01:01 PM Kooshmeister
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*** One of the ACU troopers killed during the jungle battle gets a GoryDiscretionShot when ''I. rex'' eats him. Although him being killed is obscured through tree branches and by the glare of sunlight coming down through the canopy, his blood rains down through the leaves.

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*** One of the ACU troopers killed during the jungle battle gets a GoryDiscretionShot when eaten by the ''I. rex'' eats him.rex''. Although him being killed is obscured through tree branches and by the glare of sunlight coming down through the canopy, his blood rains down through the leaves.
11th Mar '17 7:00:11 PM Kooshmeister
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*** Te first death is of one of the Paddock 11 workers, whose demise is mostly shown by him being grabbed by ''Indominus rex'' and lifted up offscreen, with his screams and crunching noises being heard over the radio. When Nick (the supervisor) looks back after opening the door to escape, we see ''I. rex'' with the worker partially in her mouth, and although the view is brief and mostly blocked by trees, we see her pulling the man's legs off.

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*** Te The first death is of one of the Paddock 11 workers, whose demise is mostly shown by him being grabbed by ''Indominus rex'' and lifted up offscreen, with his screams and crunching noises being heard over the radio. When Nick (the supervisor) looks back after opening the door to escape, we see ''I. rex'' with the worker partially in her mouth, and although the view is brief and mostly blocked by trees, we see her pulling the man's legs off.
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