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31st Jan '16 8:09:13 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* After the boss battle against it in ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}} 3'', [[spoiler:the Terror Mask]] breaks apart, though on a bad ending not before it gives an AsLongAsThereIsEvil speech.

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* This is the fate of the penultimate boss of ''VideoGame/CarnEvil'', even screaming how he's shattered before fading away.
25th Jan '16 11:53:11 AM Beedle
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* In ''Videogame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', Raiden defeats Mistral by splitting open a container of liquid nitrogen and then slicing her up when she freezes.
6th Jan '16 12:37:49 PM Zef
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the Cryolator will normally just freeze enemies, but upgrading its ammo to Ice Grenades will ''also'' blow them up into ice chunks if you finish them off with it. The frozen bits will then melt, leaving behind unrecognizable blobs of gore.
22nd Dec '15 12:50:56 AM shadowmanwkp
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* Inverted in a way in one fairly old stop-motion short (whose name escapes this troper's mind) about an ogre/troll that turns anyone who rejects his advances into stone. The first part of the film has him catching a pet chicken belonging to the heroine (whose sister also gets turned into stone later), and turning it to stone. When the monster catches the heroine, she pretends to find him attractive and persuades him into turning her chicken back to normal. When the ogre brings out the petrified bird, he accidentally breaks off its head (much to the girl's horror). Sheepishly, he reattaches the head and revives the bird anyway.
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* Inverted in a way in one fairly old stop-motion short (whose name escapes this troper's mind) about an ogre/troll that turns anyone who rejects his advances into stone. The first part of the film has him catching a pet chicken belonging to the heroine (whose sister also gets turned into stone later), and turning it to stone. When the monster catches the heroine, she pretends to find him attractive and persuades him into turning her chicken back to normal. When the ogre brings out the petrified bird, he accidentally breaks off its head (much to the girl's horror). Sheepishly, he reattaches the head and revives the bird anyway.
19th Dec '15 8:02:33 PM nombretomado
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* Variation: The Heart Breaker/Soul Breaker combination FinishingMove in ''{{Godannar}}'' uses a chemical to turn a Mimetic Beast's body brittle, then the Soul Breaker smashes it into dust.
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* Variation: The Heart Breaker/Soul Breaker combination FinishingMove in ''{{Godannar}}'' ''Anime/ShinkonGattaiGodannar'' uses a chemical to turn a Mimetic Beast's body brittle, then the Soul Breaker smashes it into dust.
11th Nov '15 1:25:35 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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* In ''L'Homme qui vendait du froid'', a french comic book by Michel Greg (of ''ComicBook/AchilleTalon'' fame), the villain is handed a freezing-ray gun, with which he threatens the heroes. Since he was mostly a LaughablyEvil villain before being given the gun, the heroes laugh at him and call his gun a "toy". In a surprisingly dark KickTheDog moment, the villain freezes a pig[[note]]ItMakesSenseInContext since they're in the countryside.[[/note]] and then kicks it, and it shatters to pieces when it lands. The villain soon gets HoistByHisOwnPetard, but luckily for him [[IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim the heroes take much care of not letting him fall while they take him to a safe place]].
5th Nov '15 4:52:23 PM nombretomado
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* The final enemy of ''RanmaOneHalf'', the Phoenix King Saffron, was hit head-on by a revised and augmented version of the [[FinishingMove Hiryuu Shouten Ha]] that froze him solid and shattered him to bits. Although [[GoodThingYouCanHeal he came back]], the damage was so extensive he was forced to regenerate as an egg.
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* The final enemy of ''RanmaOneHalf'', ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', the Phoenix King Saffron, was hit head-on by a revised and augmented version of the [[FinishingMove Hiryuu Shouten Ha]] that froze him solid and shattered him to bits. Although [[GoodThingYouCanHeal he came back]], the damage was so extensive he was forced to regenerate as an egg.
5th Nov '15 9:47:37 AM nombretomado
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* In the original appearance of the Absorbing Man in an early {{Thor}} comic, Thor tricks him into absorbing the properties of a glass window, and shatters him. He [[PullingThemselvesTogether pulls himself back together]], though.
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* In the original appearance of the Absorbing Man in an early {{Thor}} ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'' comic, Thor tricks him into absorbing the properties of a glass window, and shatters him. He [[PullingThemselvesTogether pulls himself back together]], though.
16th Oct '15 5:00:15 PM nombretomado
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* Elijah Snow makes a [[GroinAttack localised]] application of this trope to {{Dracula}} in ''{{Planetary}}'' (see [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/10854986@N08/1798588082/ here]]); Sherlock Holmes mentions that in this particular case it'll grow back.
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* Elijah Snow makes a [[GroinAttack localised]] application of this trope to {{Dracula}} in ''{{Planetary}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Planetary}}'' (see [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/10854986@N08/1798588082/ here]]); Sherlock Holmes mentions that in this particular case it'll grow back.
27th Sep '15 11:11:14 PM foxley
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* ''ComicStrip/KnightsOfTheDinnerTable'': After a long, ''long'' rules debate over who got turned to stone by a gorgon, B.A. decides it's Brian. The gorgon has a morning star. Piece it together. Also, it got worse when all of the flesh-to-stone transformations were reversed. -->'''Sara:''' Eew. I think we need a wet-vac.
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