History Main / OffWithHisHead

19th Jul '16 5:06:25 PM nombretomado
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* Although the stories about decapitated bodies walking on their own may be the stuff of legend, during the guillotine era it was scientifically confirmed that the heads can retain consciousness for several minutes after being removed, as a doctor reportedly was able to communicate with a removed head for several minutes, with the soon-to-be-dead man's eyes actually focusing on him. This was featured in the aforementuoned OneThousandWaysToDie's case "Miss-ur Head" (its alternative title being exactly the same as this trope)

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* Although the stories about decapitated bodies walking on their own may be the stuff of legend, during the guillotine era it was scientifically confirmed that the heads can retain consciousness for several minutes after being removed, as a doctor reportedly was able to communicate with a removed head for several minutes, with the soon-to-be-dead man's eyes actually focusing on him. This was featured in the aforementuoned OneThousandWaysToDie's aforementioned ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie'''s case "Miss-ur Head" (its alternative title being exactly the same as this trope)
14th Jul '16 11:10:38 AM Willbyr
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* Karura in ''{{Utawarerumono}}'' actually ''punches'' a mook's head off. That must have been messy.

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* Karura in ''{{Utawarerumono}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Utawarerumono}}'' actually ''punches'' a mook's head off. That must have been messy.
13th Jul '16 7:45:44 AM erforce
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* After the cursed vikings in ''Comicbook/{{Thor}}: Vikings'' make their landing in New York, they start slaughtering the populace, mostly by decapitating them. Their bodycount gets so high that the police are unable to enter a certain area because the road is bloced by a mountain of removed heads.

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* After the cursed vikings in ''Comicbook/{{Thor}}: Vikings'' ''ComicBook/ThorVikings'' make their landing in New York, they start slaughtering the populace, mostly by decapitating them. Their bodycount gets so high that the police are unable to enter a certain area because the road is bloced by a mountain of removed heads.
10th Jul '16 5:58:34 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:Teresa]] from ''{{Claymore}}'' is beheaded by [[spoiler:Priscilla the instant she Awakens]].

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* [[spoiler:Teresa]] from ''{{Claymore}}'' ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' is beheaded by [[spoiler:Priscilla the instant she Awakens]].
5th Jul '16 4:49:57 PM nombretomado
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* Happens frequently when using the knife on card guards, in ''AmericanMcGeesAlice''. The Queen does this to [[spoiler: Cheshire]] late in the game.

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* Happens frequently when using the knife on card guards, in ''AmericanMcGeesAlice''.''VideoGame/AmericanMcGeesAlice''. The Queen does this to [[spoiler: Cheshire]] late in the game.
29th Jun '16 3:42:55 AM foxley
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* Lula is introduced in ''Film/NowYouSeeMe2'' using a RubeGoldbergDevice to fake her own decapitation.
22nd Jun '16 7:21:30 PM babyhenchy1
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** In Season 6, [[WorldsStrongestMan Gregor Clegane]] shows off his even more impressive strength as [[TheUndead Robert Strong]] by casually tossing aside a Sparrow (religious follower, not the bird), and nearly effortlessly ripping his head off, ''with his bare hands''.
17th Jun '16 12:41:57 PM erforce
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* After the cursed vikings in ''Comicbook/{{Thor}}: Vikings'' make their landing in New York, they start slaughtering the populace, mostly by decapitating them. Their bodycount gets so high that the police are unable to enter a certain area because the road is bloced by a mountain of removed heads.
14th Jun '16 2:32:32 PM Voila27
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** This is a common trope in general for the series, as both monsters and Claymores are certain to die properly [[DecapitationRequired only as long as the head is cut]], thi is due to the near omnipresence of HealingFactor.

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** This is a common trope in general for the series, as both monsters and Claymores are certain to die properly [[DecapitationRequired only as long as the head is cut]], thi this is due to the near omnipresence of HealingFactor.
14th Jun '16 2:31:40 PM Voila27
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** This is a common trope in general for the series, as both monsters and Claymores are certain to die properly [[DecapitationRequired only as long as the head is cut]], thi is due to the near omnipresence of HealingFactor.
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