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13th Oct '17 2:34:11 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Series/MillionYenWomen'': After two of the women get killed, one of the remaining women cooperates with the former employee of one of the victims to take down the killer.
19th Sep '17 6:09:36 PM Ardashir
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* In WeirdTales author Seabury Quinn's [[OccultDetective Jules De Grandin series]], the title character often deals with various very awful people in ''truly'' brutal fashion. Like the {{Necromancer}} in one story who uses his [[ZombieMooks undead slaves]] as both [[ILoveTheDead concubines]] and to [[WouldHarmAChild murder a three-year-old]]. De Grandin ends up trying to arrest him alongside a local cop, but he [[ExactWords "fell down the stairs and broke his neck."]] [[CowboyCop The officer adds "He had to do it twice, the first time wasn't enough."]]
11th Sep '17 6:22:45 PM Andyroid
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** Full circle example in in "Scott Tenorman Must Die" in which Cartman is bullied mercilessly by Eight Grader Scott Tenorman, leading him to take revenge to a very macabre level. To put it lightly, Cartman tricked Scott into eating his parents in the form of a bowl of chili. All because Cartman just wanted his $16.12.

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** Full circle example in in "Scott Tenorman Must Die" in which Cartman is bullied mercilessly by Eight Grader Scott Tenorman, leading him to take revenge to a very macabre level. To put it lightly, Cartman [[IAteWhat tricked Scott into eating his parents parents]] [[ImAHumanitarian in the form of a bowl of chili. chili]]. [[DisproportionateRetribution All because Cartman just wanted his $16.12.]]


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Bismuth", Steven accidentally releases Bismuth, a Gem who was kept bubbled in the pocket dimension in Lion's mane. Bismuth seems friendly, and as the Crystal Gems' UltimateBlacksmith provides a few upgrades to the team's equipment. But then Steven learns why Bismuth was bubbled in the first place: [[spoiler: [[WellIntentionedExtremist Bismuth]] wanted to use her new secret weapon, the Breaking Point, to shatter the Diamond Authority and anyone loyal to them. Since shattering is a FateWorseThanDeath to Gems, Rose Quartz was against it, and the two came to blows. When [[AllLovingHero Steven]] is naturally against the Breaking Point as well, Bismuth [[WithUsOrAgainstUs snaps and attacks him]].]]
29th Aug '17 5:56:40 AM Dracis
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** Jaime Lannister stabbed the Mad King in the back.

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** Jaime Lannister stabbed gained infamy as the [[TheOathbreaker Kingslayer]] for stabbing Mad King Aerys, whom he was sworn to defend, in the back.back. [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing No tears were shed]] over the pyromaniac's demise.
** When Daenerys Targaryen and her army march on the slaver city of Meereen, the city's Masters taunt her by [[WouldHurtAChild crucifying a slave child]] at every milepost for ''one hundred and sixty-three miles''. When she takes the city, a [[TranquilFury deathly calm]] Daenerys orders [[KarmicDeath one hundred and sixty-three Masters to be crucified in the streets.]]
27th Aug '17 11:12:27 AM Viira
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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': ''Reconstruction'' Agent South Dakota killed her brother North Dakota, and left Agent Washington for dead just to save her own skin. She was finally cornered by Washington (after Caboose shot her) who shots her in the head, and deposes her body by burning it, burying it, and [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill blowing it up]]. She totally deserved all that.

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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': ''Reconstruction'' ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' ''Reconstruction'': Agent South Dakota killed caused the death of her brother North Dakota, North, and left shot Agent Washington for dead in the back and left him as bait just to save her own skin. She was She's finally cornered by Washington (after Caboose shot her) who shots shoots her in the head, and deposes disposes of her body by burning it, burying it, and [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill blowing it up]]. She totally deserved all that.
21st Aug '17 7:34:55 PM WillBGood
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* Pretty much the standard response for Chuck a.k.a. WebComic/WeaponBrown. Among his more notable accomplishments is tearing off the cybernetic limbs off his old tormentor Croc, brutally beating and torturing him for a bit, before [[UpToEleven shoving him assfirst onto a flamethrower, and firing it]], and cutting out Lucy's tongue, and watch her try to beg for mercy without it.

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* Pretty much the standard response for Chuck a.k.a. WebComic/WeaponBrown. Among his more notable accomplishments is tearing off the cybernetic limbs off his old tormentor Croc, brutally beating and torturing him for a bit, before then [[UpToEleven shoving him assfirst onto a flamethrower, flamethrower and firing it]], and cutting out Lucy's tongue, Dr. Van Pelt's tongue and watch watching her try to beg for mercy without it.
21st Aug '17 6:48:07 PM WillBGood
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'': If they're someone who's royally pissed him off or killed somebody close to him and there's no longer any need to keep them alive, Jack Bauer has absolutely no problem taking vengeance into his own hands. One particularly stand-out moment occurs in the final season where he's torturing the man who earlier killed [[spoiler:Renee Walker]], and the bastard refuses to break, even bragging how he murdered [[spoiler:Renee]]. When Jack learns that the guy swallowed something that has some potentially crucial information he could use on it, Jack proceeds to ''cut the guy's stomach open and empty it to obtain what he swallowed.'' Even though what Jack's doing [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope is]] [[MoralEventHorizon horrible]], for a total prick like this one can't help but at least smirk a little.

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* ''Series/TwentyFour'': If they're someone who's royally pissed him off or killed somebody close to him and there's no longer any need to keep them alive, Jack Bauer has absolutely no problem taking vengeance into his own hands. One particularly stand-out moment occurs in the final season where he's torturing the man who earlier killed [[spoiler:Renee Walker]], and the bastard refuses to break, even bragging how he murdered [[spoiler:Renee]].about the murder. When Jack learns that the guy swallowed something that has some potentially crucial information he could use on it, Jack proceeds to ''cut the guy's stomach open and empty it to obtain what he swallowed.'' Even though what Jack's doing [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope is]] [[MoralEventHorizon horrible]], for a total prick like this one can't help but at least smirk a little.
21st Aug '17 6:43:21 PM WillBGood
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* Karsa Orlong from ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' is not an innocent boyscout himself, but he is quite fond of dishing out [[KarmicDeath karmic deaths]], to paedophiles and slavers indiscriminately, since he finds their practixes ''appalling''. When he learns that the High Mage Bidithal raped Felisin Younger, he [[spoiler: rips off his privates and shoves them down his throat]].
* ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' has captain Negri, chief of Imperial Security, who's job was assassinating people who wanted to assassinate the emperor.

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* Karsa Orlong from ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' is not an innocent boyscout himself, but he is quite fond of dishing out [[KarmicDeath karmic deaths]], to paedophiles and slavers indiscriminately, since he finds their practixes practices ''appalling''. When he learns that the High Mage Bidithal raped Felisin Younger, he [[spoiler: rips off his privates and shoves them down his throat]].
* ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' has captain Negri, chief of Imperial Security, who's whose job was assassinating people who wanted to assassinate the emperor.
21st Aug '17 6:42:22 PM WillBGood
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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Discussed all the way through Mockingjay, and reaches its culmination when [[spoiler: President Coin suggests either executing all Capitol citizens or force their children into Hunger Games]].

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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Discussed all the way through Mockingjay, ''Literature/{{Mockingjay}}'', and reaches its culmination when [[spoiler: President Coin suggests either executing all Capitol citizens or force forcing their children into Hunger the Games]].
21st Aug '17 5:39:47 PM WillBGood
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* Played with Franchise/{{Batman}}, [[TerrorHero surprisingly.]] His MO involves terrorizing criminals and pummeling them within an inch of their lives, but he (generally) refuses to kill, and he does indeed have a very strong belief in justice, and believes that you can't fix the system if you yourself are hindering it. Of course, this all depends on the writer. Sometimes he's a borderline outlaw who doesn't give a damn about the law, and will even beat the hell out of petty criminals. But other times he will having varying levels of tolerance towards certain criminals. Two contrasting examples would be ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand'' and ''[[YetAnotherChristmasCarol Noel.]]'' Particularly notable is the example of [[YouKilledMyFather Joe Chill]]: On one occasion, Batman scared him to almost lunacy, and after revealing his secret identity to him, [[DrivenToSuicide he brought his gun to him so he would blow his own brains off]] before the other criminals would kill him in retaliation.

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* Played with Franchise/{{Batman}}, [[TerrorHero surprisingly.]] His MO involves terrorizing criminals and pummeling them within an inch of their lives, but he (generally) refuses to kill, and he does indeed have a very strong belief in justice, and believes that you can't fix the system if you yourself are hindering it. Of course, this all depends on the writer. Sometimes he's a borderline outlaw who doesn't give a damn about the law, and will even beat the hell out of petty criminals. But other times he will having varying levels of tolerance towards certain criminals. Two contrasting examples would be ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand'' and ''[[YetAnotherChristmasCarol Noel.]]'' Particularly notable is the example of [[YouKilledMyFather Joe Chill]]: On one occasion, Batman scared him to almost lunacy, and after revealing his secret identity to him, [[DrivenToSuicide he brought his gun to him so he would [[DrivenToSuicide blow his own brains off]] out]] before the other criminals would kill him in retaliation.
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