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21st Feb '17 8:36:20 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' shows the Dothraki indulging in this at one point [[spoiler: which comes back to bite Khal Drogo when he needs some medical attention]]. Also mentioned as happening offscreen.

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Dothraki are shown indulging in this at one point [[spoiler: which comes back to bite Khal Drogo when he needs some medical attention]]. Also mentioned as happening offscreen.



** Lannister forces RapePillageAndBurn the Riverlands in retaliation for their rebellion against King Joffrey (or their lords rebelling; the peasants never had any say in the matter). We get a close look at what's left afterward in Season 4 when [[BadassAndChildDuo Sandor Clegane and Arya Stark]] trek through it on their way to the Vale.

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** Lannister forces RapePillageAndBurn the Riverlands in retaliation for their rebellion against King Joffrey (or their lords rebelling; the peasants never had any say in the matter). Ser Gregor is Lord Tywin's go-to-guy for this. Ned is so appalled that he attaints him and sentences him to death. After the attempt to stop him fails, Gregor continues this throughout the war. We get a close look at what's left afterward in Season 4 when [[BadassAndChildDuo Sandor Clegane and Arya Stark]] trek through it on their way to the Vale.
14th Feb '17 4:28:44 PM Gosicrystal
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* Many ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' maps include villages, which are often set upon by bandits. If they get there before any of your units can, the village will be destroyed and whatever item or character you would've received is {{lost forever}}. On the other hand, if you get there first, the village subsequently locks its gates, preventing this from happening.

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* Many ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' maps include villages, which are often set upon by bandits. If they get there before any of your units can, the village will be destroyed and whatever item or character you would've received is {{lost forever}}.[[PermanentlyMissableContent lost forever]]. On the other hand, if you get there first, the village subsequently locks its gates, preventing this from happening.
11th Feb '17 6:31:17 PM Zaptech
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* Since//Videogame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'' is taking place during a war between the Northern Kingdoms and Nilfgaard,, you can come across frequent examples of this, both in progress and already having happened. Geralt has the choice between ignoring it or intervening in it.
13th Jan '17 6:48:10 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/{{Maresi}}'', this is what men attacking the abbey usually intend. There's a door that still has burn marks from one such attempt.

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* In ''Literature/{{Maresi}}'', this is what men attacking the abbey usually intend. There's a door that still has burn marks from one such attempt. The women have their own means of defense, even though a lot of knowledge on magic was lost since the abbey was founded.
13th Jan '17 6:43:17 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/{{Maresi}}'', this is what men attacking the abbey usually intend. There's a door that still has burn marks from one such attempt.
4th Jan '17 3:35:49 AM Kvaseren
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* Parodied in ''Webcomic/TheNoob'' [[http://www.thenoobcomic.com/index.php?pos=248 here]]. The roleplayers debate about who has the most tragic past, every one of them saying their parents were killed by orcs.

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* Parodied in ''Webcomic/TheNoob'' [[http://www.thenoobcomic.com/index.php?pos=248 [[http://thenoobcomic.com/comic/248/ here]]. The roleplayers debate about who has the most tragic past, every one of them saying their parents were killed by orcs.
3rd Dec '16 12:55:11 AM Mhazard
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** In ''Literature/BookOfPsalms'', one of David's malicious prayer is to wish it happens to his enemies, one of which wishes pregnant women of enemy nations being cut open and [[TraumaticCSection having their fetuses pulled out and thrown against the rocks]]. (Now considered a war crime, this was a [[ValueDissonance very common practice throughout the ancient world]].)

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** In ''Literature/BookOfPsalms'', one of David's malicious prayer is to wish it happens to his enemies, one of which wishes pregnant women of enemy nations being cut open and [[TraumaticCSection having their fetuses pulled out and thrown against the rocks]]. (Now considered a war crime, this was a [[ValueDissonance [[ValuesDissonance very common practice throughout the ancient world]].)
3rd Dec '16 12:54:28 AM Mhazard
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** The Rape part is downplayed. ''Deuteronomy'' has a requirement that if the Israelites have a desire for the women captured in war, they are required to marry the captives and [[HonorBeforeReason must treat them well]], they are not allowed to mistreat them or sell them for money even though if they're not pleased with the captured women.

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** The Rape part is downplayed. ''Deuteronomy'' has a requirement that if the Israelites have a desire for the women captured in war, they are required to marry the captives and [[HonorBeforeReason must treat them well]], they are not allowed to mistreat them or sell them for money even though if when they're not pleased with the captured women.



** In ''Literature/BookOfPsalms'', one of David's malicious prayer is to wish it happens to his enemies.

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** In ''Literature/BookOfPsalms'', one of David's malicious prayer is to wish it happens to his enemies.enemies, one of which wishes pregnant women of enemy nations being cut open and [[TraumaticCSection having their fetuses pulled out and thrown against the rocks]]. (Now considered a war crime, this was a [[ValueDissonance very common practice throughout the ancient world]].)
3rd Dec '16 12:51:59 AM Mhazard
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** The Rape part is downplayed. ''Deuteronomy'' has a requirement that if the Israelites have a desire for the women captured in war, they are required to marry the captives and [[HonorBeforeReason must treat them well]], they are not allowed to mistreat them or sell them for money even though if they're not pleased with the captured women.


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** In ''Literature/BookOfPsalms'', one of David's malicious prayer is to wish it happens to his enemies.
20th Nov '16 2:29:59 AM Morgenthaler
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** During the Battle of Blackwater, Tyrion Lannister successfully plays on this for his RousingSpeech. The forces of Stannis Baratheon are pounding on the gate with a battering ram, King Joffrey has abandoned them, and the BadAss Hound has deserted. Tyrion offers to lead the counterattack, but no-one takes a dwarf seriously. How to motivate his soldiers?

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** During the Battle of Blackwater, Tyrion Lannister successfully plays on this for his RousingSpeech. The forces of Stannis Baratheon are pounding on the gate with a battering ram, King Joffrey has abandoned them, and the BadAss badass Hound has deserted. Tyrion offers to lead the counterattack, but no-one takes a dwarf seriously. How to motivate his soldiers?
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