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7th Feb '16 11:18:57 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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* While the particulars may vary from game to game, ''SilentHill'' is sometimes this trope applied to a GeniusLoci.
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* While the particulars may vary from game to game, ''SilentHill'' ''Franchise/SilentHill'' is sometimes this trope applied to a GeniusLoci.
7th Feb '16 12:56:09 AM TheCuza
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** Season 6 has Travis and Professor Gellar, who are much less ambiguous than Dexter. They kill in an abandoned church because they're acting out the ''Literature/BookOfRevelation''. They seem to pick their victims more or less randomly, but they represent sins of all the world for them. They really put a lot of horrifying imagination into their tableaux.
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** Season 6 has Travis and Professor Gellar, who are much less ambiguous than Dexter. They kill in an abandoned church because they're acting out the ''Literature/BookOfRevelation''. They seem to pick their victims more or less randomly, but they represent sins of all the world for them. They really put a lot of horrifying imagination into their tableaux. So much imagination, in fact, that [[spoiler:Professor Gellar himself is imaginary. Travis killed the real Gellar, but was too crazy to realize it until Dexter found the body and pointed it out]].
31st Jan '16 4:37:56 AM bwehehehe
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** Also in the Season 11 episode "Drive," where the killer picks victims depending on whether they have done something that what he deems is immoral.
25th Dec '15 7:29:50 AM Psyclone
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* Serial Killer X, from the ''VideoGame/{{Condemned}}'' games, kills other serial killers with the methods they used to kill their own victims. Instead of killing them for a sense of poetic justice, he seems to be trying to prove that he is a better killer than they were by beating them at their own game.
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* Serial Killer X, from the ''VideoGame/{{Condemned}}'' games, kills other serial killers with the methods they used to kill their own victims. Instead of killing them However, he does not do this for a sense of poetic justice, he seems but rather because this causes the authorities to be trying to prove that he is a better killer than they were by beating them at confuse the killers for another one of their own game.victims and thus keeping X's involvement unknown.
9th Nov '15 1:43:10 PM itstrishaagain
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* The killer in the [[Franchise/{{Scream}}]] movies kills anyone who insults him.
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* The killer in the [[Franchise/{{Scream}}]] ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' movies kills anyone who insults him.
9th Nov '15 1:40:06 PM itstrishaagain
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* The killer in the [[Film/Scream]] movies kills anyone who insults him.
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* The killer in the [[Film/Scream]] [[Franchise/{{Scream}}]] movies kills anyone who insults him.
9th Nov '15 1:38:14 PM itstrishaagain
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* The killer in the [[Film/Scream]] movies kills anyone who insults him.
18th May '15 4:47:43 AM erforce
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->''"The irony is that if you want to die you just have to stay where you are, but if you want to live, ''[[IronicEcho you'll have to cut yourself again.]]''"''
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->''"The irony is that if you want to die you just have to stay where you are, but if you want to live, ''[[IronicEcho you'll ''you'll have to cut yourself again.]]''"''''"''
18th May '15 4:47:25 AM erforce
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->The irony is that if you want to die you just have to stay where you are, but if you want to live, ''[[IronicEcho you'll have to cut yourself again.]]'' -->-- '''[[{{Saw}} Jigsaw]]''' ''to a man [[SuicideIsPainless who cut his wrists just for attention]].''
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->The ->''"The irony is that if you want to die you just have to stay where you are, but if you want to live, ''[[IronicEcho you'll have to cut yourself again.]]'' ]]''"'' -->-- '''[[{{Saw}} Jigsaw]]''' ''to '''Jigsaw''' to a man [[SuicideIsPainless who cut his wrists just for attention]].'' attention]], ''Film/SawI''

* Jigsaw in the ''{{Saw}}'' movies would arrange a DeathTrap for each of his victims reflecting the flaw or sin that they embodied; as he was a KnightTemplar who wanted to make people "better" than they were, the traps were arranged so that only by overcoming the punished flaw could they escape.
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* Jigsaw in the ''{{Saw}}'' ''Franchise/{{Saw}}'' movies would arrange a DeathTrap for each of his victims reflecting the flaw or sin that they embodied; as he was a KnightTemplar who wanted to make people "better" than they were, the traps were arranged so that only by overcoming the punished flaw could they escape.
4th May '15 4:51:12 PM WillBGood
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** Episode "Werewolves": The Toronto Constabulary investigates a savage death which appears as if it was caused by a wild beast. However, there were altogether five killings of prominent citizens, all happening at the time of the full moon. Said citizens belonged to a hunting party, whose one surviving member reveals that they accidentally wounded their Indian guide in his chest and left him for dead in the wood. The man who used to be an Indian shaman survived and managed to track them down.
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** Episode "Werewolves": The Toronto Constabulary investigates a savage death which appears as if it was caused by a wild beast. However, there were altogether five killings of prominent citizens, all happening at the time of the full moon. Said citizens belonged to a hunting party, whose one surviving member reveals that they accidentally wounded their Indian guide in his chest and left him for dead in the wood. The man who (who used to be an Indian shaman a shaman) survived and managed to track them down.
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