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4th Aug '15 6:07:09 AM StFan
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* ''LegoIndianaJones'' contains pits that are filled with snakes, and can be easily jumped over... unless you're playing as Indy, who will become paralyzed with fear and refuse to proceed. This is generally part of a puzzle in which one of the other characters must find a way to get Indy across because he's needed on the other side, but a few of the pits have nothing on the other side and are only there for decoration, only frightening Indy for the sake of consistency. There are also similar pits filled with rats, which have the same effect on Dr. Jones Sr.

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* ''LegoIndianaJones'' ''VideoGame/LegoIndianaJones'' contains pits that are filled with snakes, and can be easily jumped over... unless you're playing as Indy, who will become paralyzed with fear and refuse to proceed. This is generally part of a puzzle in which one of the other characters must find a way to get Indy across because he's needed on the other side, but a few of the pits have nothing on the other side and are only there for decoration, only frightening Indy for the sake of consistency. There are also similar pits filled with rats, which have the same effect on Dr. Jones Sr.



* In ''Tarnsman of Literature/{{Gor}}'', a secret passage into (and out of) the Central Cylander of Ar is hidden in a fake Dar-kosis pit - a place where sufferers of Dar-kosis (leprosy, more or less) are kept, away from the rest of civilization, until they die. The lever to open the door is further hidden in a disgusting, dank, scummy water sump within the DK pit.
* Cirith Ungol in ''LordOfTheRings''. The Watcher guarding the Gate of Moria, too.

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* In ''Tarnsman of Literature/{{Gor}}'', a secret passage into (and out of) the Central Cylander of Ar is hidden in a fake Dar-kosis pit - -- a place where sufferers of Dar-kosis (leprosy, more or less) are kept, away from the rest of civilization, until they die. The lever to open the door is further hidden in a disgusting, dank, scummy water sump within the DK pit.
* Cirith Ungol in ''LordOfTheRings''.''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''. The Watcher guarding the Gate of Moria, too.
12th Feb '15 12:19:24 AM Fearmonger
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12th Feb '15 12:19:11 AM Fearmonger
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* ''Series/BurnNotice'': An early episode has Michael exploit this, by covering a listening device in gum and lint before dropping it under the VillainOfTheWeek's desk. He explains that sometimes you don't need to hide a bug, you just need to make sure nobody wants to touch it.
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6th Feb '15 10:03:50 PM erforce
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* ''{{Desperado}}'' had a secret passageway in a BadGuyBar hidden by a mechanism in a totally disgusting excrement-stained toilet.

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* ''{{Desperado}}'' ''Film/{{Desperado}}'' had a secret passageway in a BadGuyBar hidden by a mechanism in a totally disgusting excrement-stained toilet.
14th Jul '14 12:34:12 PM Quanyails
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* LegoIndianaJones contains pits that are filled with snakes, and can be easily jumped over... unless you're playing as Indy, who will become paralyzed with fear and refuse to proceed. This is generally part of a puzzle in which one of the other characters must find a way to get Indy across because he's needed on the other side, but a few of the pits have nothing on the other side and are only there for decoration, only frightening Indy for the sake of consistency. There are also similar pits filled with rats, which have the same effect on Dr. Jones Sr.

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* LegoIndianaJones ''LegoIndianaJones'' contains pits that are filled with snakes, and can be easily jumped over... unless you're playing as Indy, who will become paralyzed with fear and refuse to proceed. This is generally part of a puzzle in which one of the other characters must find a way to get Indy across because he's needed on the other side, but a few of the pits have nothing on the other side and are only there for decoration, only frightening Indy for the sake of consistency. There are also similar pits filled with rats, which have the same effect on Dr. Jones Sr.
28th May '13 7:58:27 PM BrokenEye
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* LegoIndianaJones contains pits that are filled with snakes, and can be easily jumped over... unless you're playing as Indy, who will become paralyzed with fear and refuse to proceed. This is generally part of a puzzle in which one of the other characters must find a way to get Indy across because he's needed on the other side, but a few of the pits have nothing on the other side and are only there for decoration, only frightening Indy for the sake of consistency. There are also similar pits filled with rats, which have the same effect on Dr. Jones Sr.
7th Jul '12 8:06:38 AM FELH2
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* In ''Tarnsman of {{Gor}}'', a secret passage into (and out of) the Central Cylander of Ar is hidden in a fake Dar-kosis pit - a place where sufferers of Dar-kosis (leprosy, more or less) are kept, away from the rest of civilization, until they die. The lever to open the door is further hidden in a disgusting, dank, scummy water sump within the DK pit.

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* In ''Tarnsman of {{Gor}}'', Literature/{{Gor}}'', a secret passage into (and out of) the Central Cylander of Ar is hidden in a fake Dar-kosis pit - a place where sufferers of Dar-kosis (leprosy, more or less) are kept, away from the rest of civilization, until they die. The lever to open the door is further hidden in a disgusting, dank, scummy water sump within the DK pit.
26th Apr '12 1:05:02 AM erforce
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* ''IndianaJones'' films:
** The Well of Souls in ''RaidersOfTheLostArk''.
** ''IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'': The lever to disable the death trap was covered in webs and insects. Real insects.
** ''IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'': The horde of rats in the catacombs under Venice where the shield was hidden.

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* ''IndianaJones'' ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' films:
** The Well of Souls in ''RaidersOfTheLostArk''.
''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk''.
** ''IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'': ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'': The lever to disable the death trap was covered in webs and insects. Real insects.
** ''IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'': ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'': The horde of rats in the catacombs under Venice where the shield was hidden.
29th Mar '12 2:03:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Labyrinth}}'' had the Bog of Eternal Stench.

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* ''{{Labyrinth}}'' ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' had the Bog of Eternal Stench.
13th Mar '12 8:12:07 AM Oreochan
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* Inverted in ''GoldenSun'', where the heroes are blocked from a certain path by a group of playing puppies that they don't want to disturb. Justified in that there's no immediate hurry and you're supposed to be going elsewhere, so there's no reason for them to insist on heading that way.

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* Inverted in ''GoldenSun'', ''VideoGame/GoldenSun'', where the heroes are blocked from a certain path by a group of playing puppies that they don't want to disturb. Justified in that there's no immediate hurry and you're supposed to be going elsewhere, so there's no reason for them to insist on heading that way.
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