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4th Sep '16 5:45:13 AM lolface123
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* A ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' comic entitled ''Renew Your Vows'' shows a world in which Peter has a young child named Annie. Harming or threatening her is a '''[[PapaWolf VERY. BAD. IDEA]]''' ComicBook/{{Venom}} gave it a try. [[ThouShaltNotKill Spidey]] ''dumped a flaming building on him.'' [[spoiler:It also gives Spidey the HeroicSecondWind he needs when the BigBad has him imprisoned in a power-absorbing chamber. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome No other super hero was able to break out of them until he did]].]]

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* A ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' comic entitled ''Renew Your Vows'' shows a world in which Peter has a young child named Annie. Harming or threatening her is a '''[[PapaWolf VERY. BAD. IDEA]]''' IDEA.]]''' ComicBook/{{Venom}} gave it a try. [[ThouShaltNotKill Spidey]] ''dumped a flaming building on him.'' [[spoiler:It also gives Spidey the HeroicSecondWind he needs when the BigBad has him imprisoned in a power-absorbing chamber. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome No other super hero was able to break out of them until he did]].]]
4th Sep '16 5:44:44 AM lolface123
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* A ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' comic entitled ''Renew Your Vows'' shows a world in which Peter has a young child named Annie. Harming or threatening her is a ''[[PapaWolf VERY. BAD. IDEA]]''' ComicBook/{{Venom}} gave it a try. [[ThouShaltNotKill Spidey]] ''dumped a flaming building on him.'' [[spoiler:It also gives Spidey the HeroicSecondWind he needs when the BigBad has him imprisoned in a power-absorbing chamber. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome No other super hero was able to break out of them until he did]].]]

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* A ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' comic entitled ''Renew Your Vows'' shows a world in which Peter has a young child named Annie. Harming or threatening her is a ''[[PapaWolf '''[[PapaWolf VERY. BAD. IDEA]]''' ComicBook/{{Venom}} gave it a try. [[ThouShaltNotKill Spidey]] ''dumped a flaming building on him.'' [[spoiler:It also gives Spidey the HeroicSecondWind he needs when the BigBad has him imprisoned in a power-absorbing chamber. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome No other super hero was able to break out of them until he did]].]]
4th Sep '16 5:44:00 AM lolface123
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* A ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' comic entitled ''Renew Your Vows'' shows a world in which Peter has a young child named Annie. Harming or threatening her is a '''VERY. BAD. IDEA''' ComicBook/{{Venom}} gave it a try. [[ThouShaltNotKill Spidey]] ''dumped a flaming building on him.'' [[spoiler:It also gives Spidey the HeroicSecondWind he needs when the BigBad has him imprisoned in a power-absorbing chamber. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome No other super hero was able to break out of them until he did]].]]
* In {{Comicbook/The Punisher MAX}}, a particularly vicious mobster decides it would be a good idea to dig up Castle's family, desecrate the bones and film it. [[GoneHorriblyRight It certainly makes the Punisher angry.]]

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* A ''ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}}'' comic entitled ''Renew Your Vows'' shows a world in which Peter has a young child named Annie. Harming or threatening her is a '''VERY.''[[PapaWolf VERY. BAD. IDEA''' IDEA]]''' ComicBook/{{Venom}} gave it a try. [[ThouShaltNotKill Spidey]] ''dumped a flaming building on him.'' [[spoiler:It also gives Spidey the HeroicSecondWind he needs when the BigBad has him imprisoned in a power-absorbing chamber. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome No other super hero was able to break out of them until he did]].]]
* In {{Comicbook/The Punisher MAX}}, a particularly vicious mobster decides it would be a good idea to dig up Castle's family, desecrate the bones and film it. [[GoneHorriblyRight It certainly makes makes]] [[TranquilFury the Punisher angry.]]
1st Sep '16 1:49:41 AM Az_Tech341
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* In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', the one thing that can be considered worse than mentioning humans around King Triton is threatening any of his daughters--not that it does him much good when Ursula forces him to take Ariel's place in exchange for her not being transformed into a prawn in her collection.



* In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Darth Vader attempts to threaten do something terrible to [[TheHero Luke Skywalker]]'s [[AndYourLittleDogToo sister Leia]], either kill her or turn her to the [[TheDarkSide Dark Side]]. Luke reaches the RageBreakingPoint before Vader can finish his sentence, flies into UnstoppableRage, and [[CurbStompBattle defeats him]]. Cue WhatHaveIDone and an internal IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim.

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* In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', Darth Vader attempts threatens to threaten do something terrible to [[TheHero Luke Skywalker]]'s [[AndYourLittleDogToo sister Leia]], either Leia]] (either kill her or turn her to the [[TheDarkSide Dark Side]]. Side]]). Luke reaches the RageBreakingPoint before Vader can finish finishes his sentence, flies into UnstoppableRage, an [[UnstoppableRage rage]], and [[CurbStompBattle defeats him]]. Cue WhatHaveIDone and an internal IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim.



*** Anakin slaughters to death an ''enitre Tusken village'' after seeing what they did to his mother.

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*** Anakin slaughters to death an ''enitre enitre Tusken village'' village after seeing what they did to his mother.



* Done deliberately to try provoking Benjamin Martin in ''Film/ThePatriot''. At a truce between Martin's rebels and the British, DragonInChief British Colonel Tavington, who is returning from other duties, recognizes Martin and realizes Martin must be [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized the ruthless guerilla leader]] that has been giving Tavington trouble. Tavington immediately tries to order Martin killed, only for another British officer to furiously countermand the order, [[EvenEvilHasStandards stating that under a truce they cannot kill a man who has attempted no violence there]]. Tavington then taunts Martin about shooting one of Martin's sons and asks if the boy died. Martin keeps himself from rising to the bait. Barely.

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* Done deliberately to try provoking Benjamin Martin in ''Film/ThePatriot''. At a truce between Martin's rebels and the British, DragonInChief British Colonel Tavington, who is returning from other duties, recognizes Martin and realizes Martin must be [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized the ruthless guerilla leader]] that has been giving Tavington trouble. Tavington immediately tries to order Martin to be killed, only for another British officer to furiously countermand the order, [[EvenEvilHasStandards stating that under a truce they cannot kill a man who has attempted no violence there]]. Tavington then taunts Martin about shooting one of Martin's sons and asks if the boy died. Martin keeps himself from rising to the bait. Barely.



* In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', the one thing that can be considered worse than mentioning humans around King Triton is threatening any of his daughters--not that it does him much good when Ursula forces him to take Ariel's place in exchange for her not being transformed into a prawn in her collection.
1st Sep '16 1:40:18 AM Az_Tech341
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* Memorably used in ''{{Film/Gladiator}}'', except with less of the beatdown effect and instead just provoking Maximus' ImplacableMan. Commodus cements his MoralEventHorizon by casually bringing up Maximus' wife's gang-rape and the crucifixion of his son while Maximus is surrounded by the Praetorian Guards. The facial expressions of the Praetorians don't budge, but they allow Maximus to leave without Commodus' permission and give him a small nod of respect as he goes. [[spoiler:And then in the final DuelToTheDeath the Guards [[GiveMeASword refuse to give Commodus a sword]] after he gets disarmed by Maximus.]]

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* Memorably used in ''{{Film/Gladiator}}'', except with less of the beatdown effect and instead just provoking Maximus' Maximus's ImplacableMan. Commodus cements his MoralEventHorizon by casually bringing up Maximus' wife's gang-rape and the crucifixion of his son while Maximus is surrounded by the Praetorian Guards. The facial expressions of the Praetorians don't budge, but they allow Maximus to leave without Commodus' permission and give him a small nod of respect as he goes. [[spoiler:And then in the final DuelToTheDeath the Guards [[GiveMeASword refuse to give Commodus a sword]] after he gets disarmed by Maximus.]]
23rd Aug '16 10:51:51 PM babyhenchy1
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* In Season Six of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] hits this button with [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]]. [[spoiler:Jon Snow is aware that Ramsay raped and tortured his sister, and he witnesses him murder his younger brother. When Jon finally gets his hands on Ramsay, he beats the BastardBastard within an inch of his life, leaving just enough left for Sansa to hand him an extremely KarmicDeath, by feeding him to his own starving dogs.]]

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* In Season Six of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' [[BastardBastard [[{{Sadist}} Ramsay Bolton]] hits this button with [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]]. [[spoiler:Jon Snow is aware that Ramsay raped and tortured his sister, and he witnesses him murder his younger brother. When Jon finally gets his hands on Ramsay, he beats the BastardBastard within an inch of his life, leaving just enough left for Sansa to hand him an extremely KarmicDeath, by feeding him to his own starving dogs.]]
23rd Aug '16 10:51:11 PM babyhenchy1
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* In Season Six of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' Ramsey Bolton hits this button with Jon Snow. [[spoiler:Jon Snow is aware that Ramsey raped and tortured his sister, and he witnesses him murder his younger brother. When Jon finally gets his hands on Ramsey, he beats the BastardBastard within an inch of his life.]]

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* In Season Six of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' Ramsey Bolton [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] hits this button with [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow. Snow]]. [[spoiler:Jon Snow is aware that Ramsey Ramsay raped and tortured his sister, and he witnesses him murder his younger brother. When Jon finally gets his hands on Ramsey, Ramsay, he beats the BastardBastard within an inch of his life.life, leaving just enough left for Sansa to hand him an extremely KarmicDeath, by feeding him to his own starving dogs.]]
17th Aug '16 8:11:28 PM Knowledgeseeker
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* In Season Six of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' Ramsey Bolton hits this button with Jon Snow. [[spoiler:Jon Snow is aware that Ramsey raped and tortured his sister, and he witnesses him murder his younger brother. When Jon finally gets his hands on Ramsey, he beats the BastardBastard within an inch of his life.]]


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* The BigBad Artorius Colbrande from ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' triggers this button for the main protagonist Velvet. He lived with her family and was considered part of it before he betrayed her and sacrificed her little brother. As a result, Velvet wants Artorius dead, and getting revenge on him is her main motivation.
10th Jun '16 10:14:34 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* In ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'', one confirmed way to die is trying to kill Nagisa's brother. Seeing that she's one half of a two-girl wrecking crew that can [[ShockAndAwe fry your ass]] in combat, that is a monumentally bad idea, as Gekidrago infamously--[[TooDumbToLive and stupidly]]--learned the hard way.


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* In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', the one thing that can be considered worse than mentioning humans around King Triton is threatening any of his daughters--not that it does him much good when Ursula forces him to take Ariel's place in exchange for her not being transformed into a prawn in her collection.
2nd Jun '16 12:32:15 AM FreeJaffa
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