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22nd Jun '17 11:37:30 AM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/FatalLabyrinth'' has a [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly hunger stat]], which results in gradually draining HP if it drops below a certain value. At the same time, however, eating too much food can impede you, and if you eat enough food to bump your hunger stat above 99 points, it's DeathByGluttony.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has this come up during a late-game boss battle. [[spoiler:If you attack Shadow Sae while the roulette wheel is spinning, she'll hit back ''hard'': if you don't die outright, you'll be damned close to dying afterward.]]
11th Jun '17 4:47:43 PM nombretomado
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* Similar to the above example, {{Troll}}s playing online with the XBoxOne have taken to using the gamer tag "XBox Sign Out" and then ticking people off enough so they blurt out that name to insult them, thus punting them from the game with the XBox's voice recognition system. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWZLa4AnN5k Hilarity Ensues]].

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* Similar to the above example, {{Troll}}s playing online with the XBoxOne UsefulNotes/XBoxOne have taken to using the gamer tag "XBox Sign Out" and then ticking people off enough so they blurt out that name to insult them, thus punting them from the game with the XBox's UsefulNotes/XBox's voice recognition system. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWZLa4AnN5k Hilarity Ensues]].
6th Jun '17 7:02:31 AM Piterpicher
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* In ''AdventuresOfLolo'', press Select to [[PuzzleReset die]][[note]]In case you encountered an {{unwinnable}} situation.[[/note]].

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* In ''AdventuresOfLolo'', ''VideoGame/AdventuresOfLolo'', press Select to [[PuzzleReset die]][[note]]In case you encountered an {{unwinnable}} situation.[[/note]].
21st May '17 8:48:43 PM TriggerLoaded
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* ''VideoGame/GodOfThunder'' has a suicide command, used if you get stuck in a puzzle. It's explained by Odin in-game as Thor calling upon the Valkyries to grant him a second chance at life, followed by a description of what it actually does for the player.
18th May '17 4:25:59 PM 4444jdm
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Sometimes results from a LeapOfFaith, and often results in YetAnotherStupidDeath. When you're instead ''rewarded'' for taking an obviously stupid action, that's a ViolationOfCommonSense. If the stupid action is required in order to solve a puzzle or advance the plot, then StupidityIsTheOnlyOption. See PressStartToGameOver for when the TrollingCreator puts a suicidal option right at the beginning of the game. Contrast PressXToNotDie.

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Sometimes results from a LeapOfFaith, and often results in YetAnotherStupidDeath.YetAnotherStupidDeath or possibly NonstandardGameOver. When you're instead ''rewarded'' for taking an obviously stupid action, that's a ViolationOfCommonSense. If the stupid action is required in order to solve a puzzle or advance the plot, then StupidityIsTheOnlyOption. See PressStartToGameOver for when the TrollingCreator puts a suicidal option right at the beginning of the game. Contrast PressXToNotDie.
9th May '17 4:31:33 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryI'', thieves come equipped with a lockpick; their proficiency with which was denoted by the character's lockpick skill. Typing in the command "pick nose" results in the message "You delicately insert the lockpick in your left nostril. Your nose is now open." If your hero had a high enough skill (~40 or higher), the operation is a success. If not, "Unfortunately, you push it in too far, causing yourself a cerebral hemorrhage," and your death.

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* In ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryI'', thieves come equipped with a lockpick; their proficiency with which was denoted by the character's lockpick skill. Typing in the command "pick nose" results in the message "You delicately insert the lockpick in your left nostril. Your nose is now open." If your hero had a high enough skill (~40 or higher), the operation is a success. success, and the game informs you that "Your nose is now open." If not, "Unfortunately, you push it in too far, causing yourself a cerebral hemorrhage," and your death.
9th May '17 4:30:47 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryI'', thieves come equipped with a lockpick; their proficiency with which was denoted by the character's lockpick skill. Typing in the command "pick nose" results in the message "You delicately insert the lockpick in your left nostril." If your hero had a high enough skill (~40 or higher), the operation is a success. If not, "Unfortunately, you push it in too far, causing yourself a cerebral hemorrhage," and your death.

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* In ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryI'', thieves come equipped with a lockpick; their proficiency with which was denoted by the character's lockpick skill. Typing in the command "pick nose" results in the message "You delicately insert the lockpick in your left nostril. Your nose is now open." If your hero had a high enough skill (~40 or higher), the operation is a success. If not, "Unfortunately, you push it in too far, causing yourself a cerebral hemorrhage," and your death.
8th May '17 1:54:08 AM Zeke
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* In the PSP version of ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia: The Fallen Sands'', one skill you can acquire is the Prince's ever-popular "launch off a wall" attack. But this is a 2.5D game where some of the wall-runs are parallel to the screen... and you are ''absolutely'' allowed to use this attack then. It never does anything but launch you into the void.
* In ''VideoGame/ShovelKnight: Specter of Torment'', Specter Knight can dash-attack through enemies either up or down depending on his position. There's no reason he'd ever use the down-slash with a hazard below him, but it's still offered in that (very common) situation -- and dash attacks override the attack button whenever they're available. You ''will'' lose many lives to this pointless option.
7th May '17 12:13:56 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VulQB5iYigQ Karateka]], at the very end you can get the girl you're trying to save to kick you to death by approaching her while still in your combat stance.

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VulQB5iYigQ Karateka]], at com/watch?v=Vo1PYkKU6ck Karateka]] has an hilariouly infamous ending where the very end you player can get the girl you're the main character's trying to save save... to kick you aid MC to death by approaching her while still in your combat stance.
6th May '17 12:17:35 PM AkoSiKuya23
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* Amongst the variety of different ways to die in ''VideoGame/ARoseInTheTwilight'', is the ability to immediately kill the player character Rose by holding down the Select button on the [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita Vita]] (Or its equivalent on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}). This allows the player to restart a section if it gets impossible to progress. There are also torture chambers located at the entrance of every new location, which Rose has to use on herself to advance the game. Luckily, Rose has ResurrectiveImmortality on her side.
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