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14th Aug '17 10:53:41 PM Azaram
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* The "cake and party" at the end of the testing in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' turns out to be a pit full of fire the player gets dumped into. [[SpannerInTheWorks Then they get out.]]

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* The "cake and party" at the end of the testing in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' turns out to be a pit full of fire the player gets dumped into. [[SpannerInTheWorks Then they get out.]]]] [[note]]Well, she ''did'' [[ExactWords say]] "First you will be baked, then there will be cake." She didn't claim ''you'' would get any...[[/note]]
12th Aug '17 10:44:54 PM trentongm
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* In ''VideoGame/Dishonored2'', a table of corpses (with one lying next to a toilet) can be found in Dunwall Tower, along with a a note describing how [[BigBad Delilah]] is eager to have a meet-and-greet with people who are [[EvenEvilHasStandards so quick to change alliances]].
13th Jul '17 8:08:17 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': The episode "The Wedding Squanchers" features Tammy inviting Rick and his family and friends to her wedding with Birdperson. However it turns out that the whole wedding was a ruse set up by Tammy and the Galactic Federation to gather the Birdperson's band of rebels together and have them all arrested for rebelling against the dictatorship. What follows afterwards is that Tammy murders Birddperson which results in a shootout that results in several of Rick's allies getting killed, wounded, and/or arrested by the Federation but the main characters manage to escape.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': The episode "The Wedding Squanchers" features Tammy inviting Rick and his family and friends to her wedding with Birdperson. However it turns out that the whole wedding was a ruse set up by Tammy and the Galactic Federation to gather the Birdperson's band of rebels together and have them all arrested for rebelling against the dictatorship. What follows afterwards is that Tammy murders Birddperson which results in a shootout that results culminates in several of Rick's allies getting killed, wounded, and/or arrested by the Federation but the main characters manage to escape.
13th Jul '17 8:06:51 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': The episode "The Wedding Squanchers" features Tammy inviting Rick and his family and friends to her wedding with Birdperson. However it turns out that the whole wedding was a ruse set up by Tammy and the Galactic Federation to gather the Birdperson's band of rebels together and have them all arrested for rebelling against the dictatorship. What follows afterwards is that Tammy murders Birddperson which results in a shootout that results in several of Rick's allies getting killed, wounded, and/or arrested by the Federation but the main characters manage to escape.
3rd Jul '17 7:49:23 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', going to one of Big Mom's tea parties is usually a ''lot'' more pleasant than what she'll do to you if you refuse to go. However, during the Whole Cake Island Arc, where the party was supposed to cement an alliance between her and [[TheMob the Vinsmoke family]], she was actually planning to assassinate them. The plan was foiled because Sanji (who was to be married to Pudding at the party [[ArrangedMarriage as part of the deal)]] overheard the plan beforehand. )Of course, Vinsmoke Judge and Capone Bege were both planning - independently - to do so to her at the party; the good guys prevailed because the bad guys [[EvilVersusEvil were too concerned with each other]].)

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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', going to one of Big Mom's tea parties is usually a ''lot'' more pleasant than what she'll do to you if you refuse to go. However, during the Whole Cake Island Arc, where the party was supposed to cement an alliance between her and [[TheMob [[TheSyndicate the Vinsmoke family]], she was actually planning to assassinate them. The plan was foiled because Sanji (who was to be married to Pudding at the party [[ArrangedMarriage as part of the deal)]] overheard the plan beforehand. )Of course, Vinsmoke Judge and Capone Bege were both planning - independently - to do so to her at the party; the good guys prevailed because the bad guys [[EvilVersusEvil were too concerned with each other]].)
3rd Jul '17 7:48:52 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', going to one of Big Mom's tea parties is usually a ''lot'' more pleasant than what she'll do to you if you refuse to go. However, during the Whole Cake Island Arc, where the party was supposed to cement an alliance between her and [[TheMob the Vinsmoke family]], she was actually planning to assassinate them. The plan was foiled because Sanji (who was to be married to Pudding at the party [[ArrangedMarriage as part of the deal)]] overheard the plan beforehand. )Of course, Vinsmoke Judge and Capone Bege were both planning - independently - to do so to her at the party; the good guys prevailed because the bad guys [[EvilVersusEvil were too concerned with each other]].)
27th Jun '17 4:04:30 PM jeez
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A subtrope of LuredIntoATrap. Compare ReunionRevenge, AFeteWorseThanDeath, BoardToDeath and TenLittleMurderVictims.

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A subtrope of LuredIntoATrap.LuredIntoATrap and often of the DecapitationStrike. Compare ReunionRevenge, AFeteWorseThanDeath, BoardToDeath and TenLittleMurderVictims.
8th Jun '17 2:15:49 PM Shadowgazer
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In RealLife, this is literally one of TheOldestTricksInTheBook -- it's been played countless times since the beginning of history. It has also always been considered as an especially ruthless and evil thing to do, as it is the ultimate violation of SacredHospitality -- transgressing against the latter is frowned upon even by warlike cultures and usually but not always crosses the MoralEventHorizon. It is much more acceptable when the invited ones are all guilty of horrific crimes and do not even know who the host is, as there is not even the matter of betrayed trust at hand. It's a classic nevertheless, because, after all, it is also very effective and convenient.

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In RealLife, this is literally one of TheOldestTricksInTheBook -- it's been played countless times since the beginning of history. It has also always been considered as an especially ruthless and evil thing to do, as it is the ultimate violation of SacredHospitality -- transgressing against the latter is frowned upon even by warlike cultures and usually but not always crosses the MoralEventHorizon. It is much more acceptable when the invited ones are [[PayEvilUntoEvil all guilty of horrific crimes crimes]] and do not even know who the host is, as there is not even the matter of betrayed trust at hand. It's a classic nevertheless, because, after all, it is also very effective and convenient.
8th Jun '17 2:14:23 PM Shadowgazer
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In RealLife, this is literally one of TheOldestTricksInTheBook -- it's been played countless times since the beginning of history. It has also always been considered as an especially ruthless and evil thing to do, as it is the ultimate violation of SacredHospitality -- transgressing against the latter is frowned upon even by warlike cultures and usually crosses the MoralEventHorizon. It's a classic nevertheless, because, after all, it is also very effective and convenient.

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In RealLife, this is literally one of TheOldestTricksInTheBook -- it's been played countless times since the beginning of history. It has also always been considered as an especially ruthless and evil thing to do, as it is the ultimate violation of SacredHospitality -- transgressing against the latter is frowned upon even by warlike cultures and usually but not always crosses the MoralEventHorizon.MoralEventHorizon. It is much more acceptable when the invited ones are all guilty of horrific crimes and do not even know who the host is, as there is not even the matter of betrayed trust at hand. It's a classic nevertheless, because, after all, it is also very effective and convenient.
7th Jun '17 7:38:27 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* The Stockholm Bloodbath (yes, it's actually called that) of 1520. Three days of party. Three days of massacre. The Swedish nobility had surrendered Stockholm to King Kristian "[[WrittenByTheWinners The Tyrant]]" II of Denmark in exchange for amnesty. His coronation was celebrated at the castle for three nights. On the third the gates were shut. The guests were all accused of heresy and decapitated in the square outside - [[KickTheDog along with 50 other people]].

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* The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_Bloodbath Stockholm Bloodbath Bloodbath]] (yes, it's actually called that) of 1520. Three days of party. Three days of massacre. The Swedish nobility had surrendered Stockholm to King Kristian "[[WrittenByTheWinners The Tyrant]]" II of Denmark in exchange for amnesty. His coronation was celebrated at the castle for three nights. On the third the gates were shut. The guests were all accused of heresy and decapitated in the square outside - [[KickTheDog along with 50 other people]].
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