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18th Jan '17 5:09:09 PM cherrychels
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** Ramsay Bolton, the AxCrazy psychopath with extreme ChronicBackstabbingDisorder who enjoys feeding people to his vicious hounds, starves said hounds for a week before the battle with Jon Snow in anticipation of feeding Jon and his officers to them. After losing, Jon's sister Sansa, the woman [[spoiler:he raped and abused for months places him in their kennel, where the hounds he thought loyal put hunger first and proceed to eat him alive.]]

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** Ramsay Bolton, the AxCrazy psychopath with extreme ChronicBackstabbingDisorder who enjoys feeding people to his vicious hounds, starves said hounds for a week before the battle with Jon Snow in anticipation of feeding Jon and his officers to them. After losing, Ramsay loses the battle, Jon's sister Sansa, the woman [[spoiler:he [[spoiler:Ramsay raped and abused for months months, places him Ramsay in their kennel, where the hounds he Ramsay thought were loyal to him put hunger first and proceed to eat him alive.]]
18th Jan '17 5:07:17 PM cherrychels
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* The Red King from ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' prepares a ritual to target the Dresden bloodline by harnessing the lifeforce from hundreds of human sacrifices. Unfortunately for him, because all red vampires share his blood, they are as vulnerable to the curse as Harry Dresden is. As a result, when Harry kills the youngest Red Vampire on the altar, the Red King and his whole Court are destroyed by the energy of all the hundreds of people they murdered.

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* The Red King from ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' prepares a ritual to target the Dresden bloodline by harnessing the lifeforce life force from hundreds of human sacrifices. Unfortunately for him, because all red vampires share his blood, they are as vulnerable to the curse as Harry Dresden is. As a result, when Harry kills the youngest Red Vampire on the altar, the Red King and his whole Court are destroyed by the energy of all the hundreds of people they murdered.



** ''A Game of Thrones'': Viserys Targaryen marries off his sister Danaerys to the Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo in return for the latter's assistance in regaining the throne of the Seven Kingdoms. When he loses his patience, he ignores his adviser's comment that Drogo will offer assistance when he is good and ready, gets drunk, and publicly insults Drogo, Danaerys, and the entire Dothraki people, and demands Drogo gives him the crown he "paid" for with his sister. Drogo agrees to give Viserys a crown, melts down the gold from his belt, and "crowns" Viserys by pouring the pot of molten gold onto Viserys' head.
** In the same book, Janos Slynt takes special glee in pushing Ned Stark onto the block during his execution, after betraying him earlier. Later, during court, Ned's daughter Sansa sees him enjoying his new position and wishes that some hero would kill him, but thinks that there are no heroes. Janos is eventually knocked down a peg and forced to join the Night's Watch. Four books and three years later, Jon Snow, Ned's bastard, Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, is forced to deal with Janos' insubordination. He decides to execute Janos and beheads him personally.

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** ''A Game of Thrones'': Viserys Targaryen marries off his sister Danaerys to the Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo in return for the latter's Khal Drogo's assistance in regaining the throne of the Seven Kingdoms. When he Viserys loses his patience, he ignores his adviser's comment that Drogo will offer assistance when he is good and ready, gets drunk, and publicly insults Drogo, Danaerys, and the entire Dothraki people, and demands people. He proceeds to demand that Drogo gives him the crown he "paid" for with his sister. Drogo agrees to give Viserys a crown, melts down the gold from his belt, and "crowns" Viserys by pouring the pot of molten gold onto Viserys' head.
** In the same book, Janos Slynt takes special glee in pushing Ned Stark onto the block during his execution, after betraying him earlier. Later, during court, Ned's daughter Sansa sees him enjoying his new position and wishes that some hero would kill him, but thinks that there are no heroes. Janos is eventually knocked down a peg and forced to join the Night's Watch. Four books and three years later, Jon Snow, Ned's bastard, [[HeroicBastard illegitimate son]] and Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, is forced to deal with Janos' continual insubordination. He decides to execute Janos and beheads him personally.personally -- in the very same manner his father taught him.



* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'' [[AmoralAttorney Holland Manners]] encourages Drusilla and a freshly vampirized Darla to go on a killing spree. The same night, he holds a dinner party, which naturally the vampires crash. Furthermore, due to him spending the season trying to make Angel go bad and demonstrating how vile humans can be, Angel decides to leave them to die.

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* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'' [[AmoralAttorney Holland Manners]] encourages Drusilla and a freshly vampirized Darla to go on a killing spree. The same night, he Holland holds a dinner party, which naturally the vampires crash. Furthermore, due to him spending the season trying to make Angel go bad and demonstrating how vile humans can be, Angel decides to leave them to die.



** Ramsay Bolton, the AxCrazy psychopath with extreme ChronicBackstabbingDisorder who enjoys feeding people to his vicious hounds, starves said hounds for a week before the battle with Jon Snow in anticipation of feeding Jon and his officers to them. After losing, Sansa, the woman he raped and abused for months places him in their kennel, where the hounds he thought loyal put hunger first and proceed to eat him alive.

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** Ramsay Bolton, the AxCrazy psychopath with extreme ChronicBackstabbingDisorder who enjoys feeding people to his vicious hounds, starves said hounds for a week before the battle with Jon Snow in anticipation of feeding Jon and his officers to them. After losing, Jon's sister Sansa, the woman he [[spoiler:he raped and abused for months places him in their kennel, where the hounds he thought loyal put hunger first and proceed to eat him alive.]]
14th Jan '17 11:01:01 AM SimiOfDoom
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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' Elder Gods K'rul, Nightchill and Draconus cursed Kallor with immortality, and K'rul was cursed right back to fade from human memory --meaning, he also lost all his power, since Elder Gods are powered by the believes of their followers.

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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'':
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Elder Gods K'rul, Nightchill and Draconus cursed Kallor with immortality, and K'rul was cursed right back to fade from human memory --meaning, he also lost all his power, since Elder Gods are powered by the believes of their followers.followers.
** In ''Literature/HouseOfChains'' Karsa kills the [[spoiler: paedophile Bidithal by ripping off his privates and stuffing them down his throat]].
12th Jan '17 3:24:46 PM SimiOfDoom
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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' Elder Gods K'rul, Nightchill and Draconus cursed Kallor with immortality, and K'rul was cursed right back to fade from human memory --meaning, he also lost all his power, since Elder Gods are powered by the believes of their followers.
8th Jan '17 10:30:55 AM Joe32
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* Bertold's death in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''.[[spoiler: The person majorly responsible for the first Titan invasion, which resulted in the majority of humanity being eaten alive by Titans, as well as directly feeding one of his own comrades to a Titan, is himself EatenAlive by a Titanfied Armin whom Berthold almost killed moments before.]]

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* Bertold's death in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''.[[spoiler: death in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. The person majorly responsible for the first Titan invasion, which resulted in the majority of humanity being eaten alive by Titans, as well as directly feeding one of his own comrades to a Titan, is himself EatenAlive by a Titanfied Armin whom Berthold almost killed moments before.]]
8th Jan '17 10:30:23 AM Joe32
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* Bertold's death in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. The person majorly responsible for the first Titan invasion, which resulted in the majority of humanity being eaten alive by Titans, as well as directly feeding one of his own comrades to a Titan, is himself EatenAlive by a Titanfied Armin whom Berthold almost killed moments before.

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* Bertold's death in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. [[spoiler: The person majorly responsible for the first Titan invasion, which resulted in the majority of humanity being eaten alive by Titans, as well as directly feeding one of his own comrades to a Titan, is himself EatenAlive by a Titanfied Armin whom Berthold almost killed moments before.]]
6th Jan '17 9:46:38 AM PixelKnight
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': In "Heroes and Monsters", Roman tries to [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech wreck]] Ruby's idealism by telling her how stupid she is to want to be heroic given that always gets people killed. He starts beating her defenceless body while telling her she needs to do what every huntsman in history has ever done - die - and that, unlike her, he's a survivor. Unfortunately for him, his nihilistic rant is a giant "Eat me!" sign for the Monsters of Grimm that are all around them and which are attracted to negative emotions. The moment he points out how good he is at surviving, a Griffon swallows him whole.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': In "Heroes and Monsters", Roman tries to [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech wreck]] wreck Ruby's idealism by telling her how stupid she is to want to be heroic given that always gets people killed. He starts beating her defenceless body mercilessly while telling her she needs to do what every huntsman in history has ever done - die - and that, unlike her, he's delivering a survivor. nihilistic rant about how cynics survive where heroes don't. Unfortunately for him, his nihilistic rant he is a giant "Eat me!" sign for the Monsters of Grimm surrounded by monsters that are all around them and which are attracted to negative emotions. The moment he points out how good he is at surviving, emotion, so his BreakingSpeech quickly becomes a Griffon swallows him whole.SedgwickSpeech.
20th Dec '16 2:18:57 PM ZimFan89
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** At the end of ''Film/RogueOne'', Director Krennic is killed by a blast from the Death Star, the very weapon he spent decades building.
13th Dec '16 8:26:07 PM Blazer
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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries'', the final battle between Batman and Lady Arkham/[[spoiler:Vicki Vale]] has the villain boast that he will die in an underground chapel, forgotten and buried by the public. [[spoiler:The battle between the two ravages the chapel, made worse by Vicki's sonic weapons and, when she attempts to escape, she's crushed by fallen debris. To make things even more [[{{Irony}} ironic]], the following newscast reveals that they can't find her and they've just written her off as dead.]]
6th Dec '16 11:34:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* Curtis Blackburn of ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', an unrepentant rapist, kidnapper, and organ harvester gets mutilated by his own organ harvesting machine after resident {{badass}} Dan refuses to let him have a peaceful, stylish death.

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* Curtis Blackburn of ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', an unrepentant rapist, kidnapper, and organ harvester gets mutilated by his own organ harvesting machine after resident {{badass}} badass Dan refuses to let him have a peaceful, stylish death.
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