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15th May '16 11:05:22 AM nombretomado
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*** In ''ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade'', this is his opinion of the best way to deal with Wanda (ComicBook/ScarletWitch) and her sixteen-year-old [[TangledFamilyTree reincarnated son]], Billy Kaplan ([[ComicBook/YoungAvengers Wiccan]]). While wanting to kill Wanda is [[ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled at least]] [[ComicBook/HouseOfM justifiable]] to an extent, Wolverine is [[BloodKnight outright gleeful]] about the idea of killing Billy as well -- and not only has Billy done ''nothing wrong'', no one's even sure if he ''has'' his mother's powers or strength. At that point, the biggest display of his power was accidentally putting a bunch of terrorists into temporary magical comas, which stopped a ''nuke'' from going off in the middle of New York. And while that display made the Avengers nervous, it wasn't proof of Billy being able to [[RealityWarper warp reality]] at all, let alone to [[PhysicalGod Wanda's level]]. Wolverine is determined to murder Billy regardless, ''just in case''. He outright ''tries'' to kill Billy twice, nearly running Billy through with his claws on both occasions, but is luckily stopped first by {{Magneto}} and then by [[ConquerorFromTheFuture Iron]] [[FutureMeScaresMe Lad]]. On the Avengers side of things, no one outright agrees with Wolverine's plan of "murder Wanda and her innocent son", but no one says anything ''against'' it, either.

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*** In ''ComicBook/TheChildrensCrusade'', this is his opinion of the best way to deal with Wanda (ComicBook/ScarletWitch) and her sixteen-year-old [[TangledFamilyTree reincarnated son]], Billy Kaplan ([[ComicBook/YoungAvengers Wiccan]]). While wanting to kill Wanda is [[ComicBook/AvengersDisassembled at least]] [[ComicBook/HouseOfM justifiable]] to an extent, Wolverine is [[BloodKnight outright gleeful]] about the idea of killing Billy as well -- and not only has Billy done ''nothing wrong'', no one's even sure if he ''has'' his mother's powers or strength. At that point, the biggest display of his power was accidentally putting a bunch of terrorists into temporary magical comas, which stopped a ''nuke'' from going off in the middle of New York. And while that display made the Avengers nervous, it wasn't proof of Billy being able to [[RealityWarper warp reality]] at all, let alone to [[PhysicalGod Wanda's level]]. Wolverine is determined to murder Billy regardless, ''just in case''. He outright ''tries'' to kill Billy twice, nearly running Billy through with his claws on both occasions, but is luckily stopped first by {{Magneto}} ComicBook/{{Magneto}} and then by [[ConquerorFromTheFuture Iron]] [[FutureMeScaresMe Lad]]. On the Avengers side of things, no one outright agrees with Wolverine's plan of "murder Wanda and her innocent son", but no one says anything ''against'' it, either.
11th May '16 12:09:39 PM erforce
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* In ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', [[RobotGirl Cameron]] commonly advocates murdering witnesses or other threats, which is usually objected to by Sarah and John. And often enough, Cameron's recommendations turn out to be ''right.''

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* In ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', [[RobotGirl Cameron]] commonly advocates murdering witnesses or other threats, which is usually objected to by Sarah and John. And often enough, Cameron's recommendations turn out to be ''right.''
10th May '16 1:56:44 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''Rabi-Ribi'', nearly ''every'' major character is introduced this way; they mistake Erina for someone hostile for some stupid reason and, despite Erina's and Ribbon's (one she's joined Erina) attempts to explain themselves, the character in question forces them to fight. Most of them make friends with Erina upon being defeated.

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* In ''Rabi-Ribi'', ''VideoGame/{{Rabi-Ribi}}'', nearly ''every'' major character is introduced this way; they mistake Erina for someone hostile for some stupid reason and, despite Erina's and Ribbon's (one she's joined Erina) attempts to explain themselves, the character in question forces them to fight. Most of them make friends with Erina upon being defeated.
10th May '16 1:56:04 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''Rabi-Ribi'', nearly ''every'' major character is introduced this way; they mistake Erina for someone hostile and, despite Erina's and Ribbon's (one she's joined Erina) attempts to explain themselves, the character in question forces them to fight. Most of them make friends with Erina upon being defeated.

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* In ''Rabi-Ribi'', nearly ''every'' major character is introduced this way; they mistake Erina for someone hostile for some stupid reason and, despite Erina's and Ribbon's (one she's joined Erina) attempts to explain themselves, the character in question forces them to fight. Most of them make friends with Erina upon being defeated.
10th May '16 1:55:38 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''Rabi-Ribi'', nearly ''every'' major character is introduced this way; they mistake Erina for someone hostile and, despite Erina's and Ribbon's (one she's joined Erina) attempts to explain themselves, the character in question forces them to fight. Most of them make friends with Erina upon being defeated.
4th May '16 8:11:32 AM AllenbysEyes88
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* ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' has a similar scene, where Lawrence has to execute an Arab who murdered a member of another tribe, in order to avoid an all-out war among the Arabs.
29th Apr '16 8:34:54 AM DannWoolf
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** In "Good Times With Weapons", Cartman suggests killing Butters, fearing that the incident of the boys injuring him with a shruiken will get them in trouble. [[NotSoAboveItAll Kyle]] is so scared, he agrees to go along with it.

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** In "Good Times With Weapons", Cartman suggests killing Butters, fearing that the incident of the boys injuring him with a shruiken ninja star will get them in trouble. [[NotSoAboveItAll Kyle]] is so scared, he agrees to go along with it.
28th Apr '16 9:33:34 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q.", Quagmire decides that the best solution to save his sister from her abusive boyfriend is to kill the bastard. Joe is initially against it, but ends up deciding to "waste this dick" after seeing for himself just how severe the problem really is.
5th Apr '16 5:54:16 PM LentilSandEater
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** Mostly averted by the tyrannical Patrician, Lord Vetinari, who despite his reputation is more than happy to offer condemned criminals a job rather than a death. Of course, if they turn down the job....



*** While it's no doubt funny, Cartman ''was'' entirely serious and later attempts to kill him -- [[EpicFail with a wiffle bat]].



*** Of course, it being Finland, that would just piss them off.
26th Mar '16 9:43:22 AM nombretomado
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* In the third book in the ''Series/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' series, ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything,'' the Krikkit people, up until recently living on a planet entirely separated from the universe through a thick layer of SpaceClouds, send a small ship to discover where a recently-crashed spaceship comes from. When they break through the barrier and gaze out at the wonders of the infinite universe, they immediately matter-of-factly decide they have to [[OmnicidalManiac destroy it all.]] Thus did the devastating Krikkit Wars begin, causing the destruction of much of the universe (and birthing on a mostly harmless InsignificantLittleBluePlanet inhabited by among the [[HumansAreMorons stupidest species in the universe]] [[{{Cricket}} a game]] [[HumansThroughAlienEyes most civilized species]] find incredibly offensive.

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* In the third book in the ''Series/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' series, ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything,'' the Krikkit people, up until recently living on a planet entirely separated from the universe through a thick layer of SpaceClouds, send a small ship to discover where a recently-crashed spaceship comes from. When they break through the barrier and gaze out at the wonders of the infinite universe, they immediately matter-of-factly decide they have to [[OmnicidalManiac destroy it all.]] Thus did the devastating Krikkit Wars begin, causing the destruction of much of the universe (and birthing on a mostly harmless InsignificantLittleBluePlanet inhabited by among the [[HumansAreMorons stupidest species in the universe]] [[{{Cricket}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}} a game]] [[HumansThroughAlienEyes most civilized species]] find incredibly offensive.
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