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23rd May '16 1:03:48 PM Godzillafan93
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**The Calamity seems to like stairs. It strangles(!) another girl to death on a different set...and it's not pretty.
20th May '16 5:52:44 PM StClair
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* In a reversal of ''The X-Files'' example, ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'''s "Bad Day At Black Rock" features an ArtifactOfDoom lucky rabbit's foot that grants its owner ''phenomenal'' luck... until they lose it(and "EVERYONE LOSES IT!"), at which point they suffer more and more until they eventually meet their demise with this trope.

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* In a reversal of ''The X-Files'' example, ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'''s "Bad Day At Black Rock" features an ArtifactOfDoom lucky rabbit's foot that grants its owner ''phenomenal'' luck... until they lose it(and it (and "EVERYONE LOSES IT!"), at which point they suffer more and more until they eventually meet their demise with this trope.
20th May '16 5:49:36 PM StClair
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When this is an InvokedTrope, see RubeGoldbergHatesYourGuts.

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A SubTrope of YouCantFightFate. When this is an InvokedTrope, see RubeGoldbergHatesYourGuts.
10th May '16 8:28:50 AM valozzy
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*** The ceiling fan that could deliver a deadly blow was purposed built do be as dangerous as possible. It used sharpened steel blades and a lawnmower engine.
12th Apr '16 12:34:48 PM Dravencour
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** The most convoluted death was that of the teacher from the first film, who pours out her coffee because it is too hot, pours cold vodka into the cup instead which creates a crack in the cup due to the rapid change in temperature, causing a leak which short-circuits her computer monitor causing the screen to explode in her face sending glass into her neck, starting a fire, then stumbling into the kitchen WHILE THE FIRE STILL BURNS THE HOUSE, tripping and falling onto the floor, pulling down a towel to hold against her neck without realizing it was on top of a knife rack, causing a knife to fall directly into her chest, and still surviving until the main character reaches her house, when an explosion from the fire knocks over a chair, which lands on the knife and pushes it further into her chest, finally killing her. [[UpToEleven And then her house explodes]].

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** The most convoluted death was that of the teacher from the first film, who pours out her coffee because it is too hot, pours cold vodka into the cup instead which creates a crack in the cup due to the rapid change in temperature, causing a leak which short-circuits her computer monitor causing the screen to explode in her face sending glass into her neck, starting a fire, then stumbling into the kitchen WHILE THE FIRE STILL BURNS THE HOUSE, tripping and falling onto the floor, pulling down a towel to hold against her neck without realizing it was on top of a knife rack, causing a knife to fall directly into her chest, and still surviving until the main character reaches her house, when an explosion from the fire knocks over a chair, which lands on the knife and pushes it further into her chest, finally killing her. [[UpToEleven And then her house explodes]]. Death ''really'' wasn't taking any chances with this one.
12th Apr '16 12:33:28 PM Dravencour
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* This is the entire premise of the ''Film/FinalDestination'' film series, though the worst offender comes from one of the novels: Going in for some liposuction, one of the women fated to die, along with the doctors and nurses on call, gets knocked out. When she awakens hours later, she finds [[YouFailBiologyForever that the machine is still on and had sucked out all her internal organs]].

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* This is the entire premise of the ''Film/FinalDestination'' film series, though series. When Death claims someone, it usually picks a pretty convoluted and sadistic way to do so, and it doesn't give a single damn about things like the laws of physics, mechanics or others. The worst offender comes from one of the novels: Going in for some liposuction, one of the women fated to die, along with the doctors and nurses on call, gets knocked out. When she awakens hours later, she finds [[YouFailBiologyForever that the machine is still on and had sucked out all her internal organs]].
28th Feb '16 4:28:22 AM ading
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* ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends''. 'Nuff said.

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* ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends''. 'Nuff said.''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' is filled with nonsensical deaths, but maybe the best example is the episode where Sniffles breaks in half for no reason whatsoever.
3rd Jan '16 12:34:44 PM Doug86
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* ''HappyTreeFriends''. 'Nuff said.

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* ''HappyTreeFriends''.''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends''. 'Nuff said.
26th Nov '15 4:32:31 PM GuB
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*** The ceiling fan that could deliver a deadly blow was purposed built do be as dangerous as possible. It used sharpened steel blades and a lawnmower engine.
29th Oct '15 1:45:18 PM Willbyr
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* ''TheKurosagiCorpseDeliveryService'' has an insurance salesman in one arc who found a way to play with probability and kill people through untraceable freak accidents for profit. By the end of the arc, he's killed [[KarmicDeath when a screw falls off a plane flying by, hitting him in the head at terminal velocity.]]

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* ''TheKurosagiCorpseDeliveryService'' ''Manga/TheKurosagiCorpseDeliveryService'' has an insurance salesman in one arc who found a way to play with probability and kill people through untraceable freak accidents for profit. By the end of the arc, he's killed [[KarmicDeath when a screw falls off a plane flying by, hitting him in the head at terminal velocity.]]
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