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30th Apr '16 6:27:52 PM Lokoron
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* ''Literature/HollowPlaces'' features the death of Benjamin. Before he goes down, Benjamin endures through being stabbed in the neck, heart, and genitals. He even manages to slit one of the protagonist's throats before finally going down on account of a final stab through the brain stem.
28th Apr '16 12:41:18 AM aye_amber
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* In the video for the TypeONegative song "The Profits of Doom", a rasputinian character played by singer Pete Steele proves remarkably hard to kill, surviving poison, only to be shot at the end of the video.

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* In the video for the TypeONegative Music/TypeONegative song "The Profits of Doom", a rasputinian character played by singer Pete Steele proves remarkably hard to kill, surviving poison, only to be shot at the end of the video.
27th Apr '16 2:04:00 AM erforce
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* Hades, the mutant leader from the 2007 film ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes 2'' is shot, impaled, brutally beaten, ''has chunks of his brain ripped out'' and only dies after getting a bayonet through the mouth (after another beatdown).

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* Hades, the mutant leader from the 2007 film ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes 2'' ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes2'' is shot, impaled, brutally beaten, ''has chunks of his brain ripped out'' and only dies after getting a bayonet through the mouth (after another beatdown).
22nd Apr '16 11:29:55 AM superkeijikun
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* This happens to [[FinalBoss Frank Horrigan]] in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'': upon his defeat, he is bisected, left on an exploding oil rig, and likely crushed be debris of said oil rig before sinking into the Pacific Ocean. Bonus points if you bring companions that are armed to the teeth and reprogram the area's turrets to fire on Horrigan.
7th Apr '16 7:05:25 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* The [[EnemyWithout berserked self-defense program]] of the Book of Darkness in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' was sliced in half by a {{BFS}}, [[TakenForGranite petrified]], [[AnIcePerson frozen in ice]], blasted to bits by three {{Wave Motion Gun}}s, jettisoned to space, and [[DeaderThanDead shot by a weapon that distorts time and space over an area]] before it was finally killed... [[BackFromTheDead temporarily]]. Reinforce had to [[HeroicSacrifice delete herself together with its regeneration program]] to keep it dead.

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* The [[EnemyWithout berserked self-defense program]] of the Book of Darkness in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' was sliced in half by a {{BFS}}, [[TakenForGranite petrified]], [[AnIcePerson frozen in ice]], blasted to bits by three {{Wave Motion Gun}}s, jettisoned to space, and [[DeaderThanDead shot by a weapon that distorts time and space over an area]] area before it was finally killed... [[BackFromTheDead temporarily]]. Reinforce had to [[HeroicSacrifice delete herself together with its regeneration program]] to keep it dead.



* ''Boney M'''s [[DeaderThanDisco Disco]] song, ''Rasputin'', mentions his end. Believe it or not, this is one of the more accurate portrayals of his death; it ends with Rasputin being shot to death and leaves out the drowning myth.

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* ''Boney M'''s [[DeaderThanDisco Disco]] Disco song, ''Rasputin'', mentions his end. Believe it or not, this is one of the more accurate portrayals of his death; it ends with Rasputin being shot to death and leaves out the drowning myth.
6th Apr '16 9:41:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SinCity'' has a bunch:

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* ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' has a bunch:
25th Mar '16 9:43:26 AM tropeminer
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First they tried giving him an open tab thinking he'll simply drink himself to death;...he didn't. Then they spiked his drinks with anti-freeze;...he passed out, but woke up and came back for more. Then they gave him ''turpentine and rat poison''...Malloy somehow still lived. They then tried feeding him raw oysters, spoiled sardines, sandwiches with carpet tacks and still nothing worked. It got to a point where they tried running him over (which hospitalized him for weeks) and even freezing him in the snow after he passed out from drinking. Malloy survived all that...gladly stopping by the pub weeks later still unknowing of the plot against him.\\

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First they tried giving him an open tab thinking he'll simply drink himself to death;...he didn't. Then they spiked his drinks with anti-freeze;...he passed out, but woke up and came back for more. Then they gave him ''turpentine and rat poison''...Malloy somehow still lived. They then tried feeding him raw oysters, spoiled sardines, sandwiches with carpet tacks and still nothing worked. It got to a point where they tried running him over (which hospitalized him for weeks) and even freezing him in the snow after he passed out from drinking. Malloy survived all that...gladly stopping by the pub weeks later still unknowing unaware of the plot against him.\\
22nd Mar '16 3:58:51 AM tropeminer
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* The legend of [[http://www.cracked.com/article_19513_the-6-most-poorly-thought-out-attempts-at-insurance-fraud_p2.html "Iron Mike" Malloy]] a.k.a. "Mike the Durable''; an alcoholic, homeless Irish immigrant in New York in the early 1930s who became the target of a life insurance fraud scheme by five guys the papers would later dub "The Murder Trust". The five men all of whom frequented a local pub and were acquainted with Malloy, took out three life insurance policies on him that would garner them roughly 35 grand (over $60,000 today).\\

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* The legend of [[http://www.cracked.com/article_19513_the-6-most-poorly-thought-out-attempts-at-insurance-fraud_p2.html "Iron Mike" Malloy]] a.k.a. "Mike the Durable''; Durable"; an alcoholic, homeless homeless, Irish immigrant in New York in during the early 1930s who became the target of a life insurance fraud scheme by five guys the papers would later dub "The Murder Trust". The five men all of whom frequented a local pub and were acquainted with Malloy, took out three life insurance policies on him that would garner them roughly 35 grand (over $60,000 today).\\



First they tried giving him an open tab thinking he'll simply drink himself to death;...he didn't. Then they spiked his drinks with anti-freeze; he passed out, but woke up and came back for more. Then they gave him ''turpentine and rat poison''...Malloy still lived. They then tried feeding him raw oysters, spoiled sardines, sandwiches with carpet tacks, running him over (which hospitalized him for weeks) and even freezing him in the snow after he passed out from drinking.\\

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First they tried giving him an open tab thinking he'll simply drink himself to death;...he didn't. Then they spiked his drinks with anti-freeze; anti-freeze;...he passed out, but woke up and came back for more. Then they gave him ''turpentine and rat poison''...Malloy somehow still lived. They then tried feeding him raw oysters, spoiled sardines, sandwiches with carpet tacks, tacks and still nothing worked. It got to a point where they tried running him over (which hospitalized him for weeks) and even freezing him in the snow after he passed out from drinking.drinking. Malloy survived all that...gladly stopping by the pub weeks later still unknowing of the plot against him.\\



He survived all that...gladly stopping by the pub weeks later still unknowing of the plot against him.\\
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22nd Mar '16 3:53:10 AM tropeminer
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* The legend of [[http://www.cracked.com/article_19513_the-6-most-poorly-thought-out-attempts-at-insurance-fraud_p2.html "Iron Mike" Malloy]] a.k.a. "Mike the Durable'', an alcoholic, homeless Irish immigrant in New York in the early 1930s who became the target of a life insurance fraud scheme by five guys the papers would later dub "The Murder Trust". The five men all of whom frequented a local pub and were acquainted with Malloy, took out three life insurance policies on him that would garner them roughly 35 grand (or over $60,000 today).\\

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* The legend of [[http://www.cracked.com/article_19513_the-6-most-poorly-thought-out-attempts-at-insurance-fraud_p2.html "Iron Mike" Malloy]] a.k.a. "Mike the Durable'', Durable''; an alcoholic, homeless Irish immigrant in New York in the early 1930s who became the target of a life insurance fraud scheme by five guys the papers would later dub "The Murder Trust". The five men all of whom frequented a local pub and were acquainted with Malloy, took out three life insurance policies on him that would garner them roughly 35 grand (or over (over $60,000 today).\\



First they tried giving him an open tab thinking he'll simply drink himself to death;...he didn't. Then they spiked his drinks with anti-freeze; he passed out, but woke up and came back for more. Then they gave him turpentine and rat poison...Malloy still lived. They then tried feeding him raw oysters, spoiled sardines, sandwiches with carpet tacks, running him over (which hospitalized him for weeks) and even freezing him in the snow after he passed out from drinking.\\

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First they tried giving him an open tab thinking he'll simply drink himself to death;...he didn't. Then they spiked his drinks with anti-freeze; he passed out, but woke up and came back for more. Then they gave him turpentine ''turpentine and rat poison...poison''...Malloy still lived. They then tried feeding him raw oysters, spoiled sardines, sandwiches with carpet tacks, running him over (which hospitalized him for weeks) and even freezing him in the snow after he passed out from drinking.\\



Miraculously, he survived all that...gladly stopping by the pub weeks later still unknowing of the plot against him.\\

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Miraculously, he He survived all that...gladly stopping by the pub weeks later still unknowing of the plot against him.\\
21st Mar '16 6:53:49 PM supermerlin100
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In HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality [[spoiler: After hearing a new and far more dangerous prophecy/spoilers]] Voldemort isn't taking any chances "This is the order in which the next acts shall be done. First Harry Potter shall be stunned, then his limbs severed and the wounds cauterized. Mr. Friendly and Mr. Honor will examine him for any trace of unusual magics. One of you shall shoot the boy many times with my Muggle weapon, and then as many of you as can shall strike him with the Killing Curse. Only then will Mr. Grim crush his skull and brains with the mundane substance of a tombstone. I shall verify his corpse, then his corpse shall be burned with Fiendfyre, then we will exorcise the surrounding area in case he has left a ghost. I myself will guard this place until six hours have passed, for I do not fully trust the wards I have set against Time's looping; and four of you shall search the surroundings for signs of anything noteworthy. Even after that we must remain vigilant for any sign of Harry Potter's renewed presence, in case Dumbledore has left some unimagined trick in play. If you can think of any trick that I have missed in being sure that Harry Potter's threat is ended, speak now and I shall reward you handsomely... speak now, in Merlin's name!"
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