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28th Jan '16 11:48:47 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* PlayedForDrama in quite a number of Music/{{Cormorant}} songs, including children being shot or drowning themselves. Even when one of the few times where they play this trope straight, said child ends up crossing the DespairEventHorizon. * The cover art for Music/CannibalCorpse's ''Butchered at Birth'' averts this trope big time.
24th Jan '16 10:56:43 AM nombretomado
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* Ancient comics book example: In ''MarvelComics'' #8 (from 1940), [[{{Sub-Mariner}} Namor]], in an all-out attack on the city of New York, detonates a bomb in the Hudson Tunnel, flooding it and killing everyone inside, kills a random pilot by ripping the propeller off his plane, breaks a lot of animals out of the zoo, including many poisonous reptiles, and then saves a baby from a stampeding elephant before flying off to destroy the George Washington Bridge.
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* Ancient comics book example: In ''MarvelComics'' #8 (from 1940), [[{{Sub-Mariner}} [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]], in an all-out attack on the city of New York, detonates a bomb in the Hudson Tunnel, flooding it and killing everyone inside, kills a random pilot by ripping the propeller off his plane, breaks a lot of animals out of the zoo, including many poisonous reptiles, and then saves a baby from a stampeding elephant before flying off to destroy the George Washington Bridge.
8th Jan '16 7:41:19 AM EbrithilBowser
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8th Jan '16 7:40:57 AM EbrithilBowser
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]] * ''In TabletopGame/Munchkin Apocalypse'', there is the "Child"-class, which cannot die as all other classes can. But DeathIsCheap anyway.
3rd Jan '16 12:09:05 PM Doug86
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* Averted in ''HappyTreeFriends'' with the characters Pop and Cub. Their gimmick is mainly that Pop is not a competent parent and his negligence constantly costs the life of Cub, and sometimes of himself, in very gruesome ways as is the norm for ''HappyTreeFriends'' episodes. Examples include when he tries to wash him in the sink and accidentally scalds his lower half, then slices him up below the waist in the garbage disposal and when he is cutting the hedge and accidentally slices the top part of his head off.
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* Averted in ''HappyTreeFriends'' ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' with the characters Pop and Cub. Their gimmick is mainly that Pop is not a competent parent and his negligence constantly costs the life of Cub, and sometimes of himself, in very gruesome ways as is the norm for ''HappyTreeFriends'' ''Happy Tree Friends'' episodes. Examples include when he tries to wash him in the sink and accidentally scalds his lower half, then slices him up below the waist in the garbage disposal and when he is cutting the hedge and accidentally slices the top part of his head off.
1st Jan '16 9:50:56 AM Nazetrime
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[[folder:Video Games]] * In ''VideoGame/HometownStory'', Dexter's backstory includes the FailureToSaveMurder of a little girl. Harvey, one the kids that the PlayerCharacter befriends, later dies in an accident. Incidentally, this is a ShopKeeper SimulationGame. [[/folder]]
15th Nov '15 6:47:03 PM nombretomado
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* Since Tommy and friends on ''{{Rugrats}}'' can safely pass through areas such as garages, attics, restaurants, post offices, miniature golf courses, bowling alleys, shopping malls, museums, fairs, Las Vegas, or [[TheRugratsMovie the forest]] on their own, they don't really need the "supervision" that they get. * [[TheSimpsons Maggie Simpson]] has shown to survive and evade situations that any character of an older age within the series would otherwise not be as lucky in. An excellent instance is in episode "The Call of the Simpsons", though there are few other similar instances.
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* Since Tommy and friends on ''{{Rugrats}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' can safely pass through areas such as garages, attics, restaurants, post offices, miniature golf courses, bowling alleys, shopping malls, museums, fairs, Las Vegas, or [[TheRugratsMovie [[WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie the forest]] on their own, they don't really need the "supervision" that they get. * [[TheSimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Maggie Simpson]] has shown to survive and evade situations that any character of an older age within the series would otherwise not be as lucky in. An excellent instance is in episode "The Call of the Simpsons", though there are few other similar instances.
18th Oct '15 5:47:26 PM nombretomado
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* In the "One Man's War" one-shot of ''{{Preacher}}'', a young girl gets half of her head blown off in the crossfire between special forces operatives and terrorists.
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* In the "One Man's War" one-shot of ''{{Preacher}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'', a young girl gets half of her head blown off in the crossfire between special forces operatives and terrorists.
18th Oct '15 10:33:26 AM nombretomado
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* PowerGirl's baby developed defensive powers in the womb. * While Rogue had a TouchOfDeath in ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' "Messiah Complex", Mystique placed the baby's face on her adopted daughter as this was supposed to awaken her from her coma. Gambit notes that Rogue wouldn't have wanted the baby to die at her expense, but the baby survives anyway.
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* PowerGirl's ComicBook/PowerGirl's baby developed defensive powers in the womb. * While Rogue had a TouchOfDeath in ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' "Messiah Complex", Mystique placed the baby's face on her adopted daughter as this was supposed to awaken her from her coma. Gambit notes that Rogue wouldn't have wanted the baby to die at her expense, but the baby survives anyway.
16th Oct '15 4:58:41 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Planetary}}'' issue introducing the {{Big Bad}}s has them disposing of the [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent local-reality analogues]] of GreenLantern, {{Superman}}, and WonderWoman before they assume their Super Hero identities. Naturally, the Superman analogue is a baby at the time, and is killed entirely offhandedly. And let's NOT go into how Drummer was rescued... Worst. Rescue. Ever. Indeed.
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* The ''{{Planetary}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'' issue introducing the {{Big Bad}}s has them disposing of the [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent local-reality analogues]] of GreenLantern, {{Superman}}, and WonderWoman before they assume their Super Hero identities. Naturally, the Superman analogue is a baby at the time, and is killed entirely offhandedly. And let's NOT go into how Drummer was rescued... Worst. Rescue. Ever. Indeed.
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