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31st Dec '15 10:55:19 AM Anddrix
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* Creator/MarvelComics' version of SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} was trapped by Odin in the Room Without Doors on the Island Of Silence ... until he managed to escape. His previous punishment had been being transformed into a tree [[AndIMustScream for a dozen centuries or so]].
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* Creator/MarvelComics' version of SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} Loki was trapped by Odin in the Room Without Doors on the Island Of Silence ... until he managed to escape. His previous punishment had been being transformed into a tree [[AndIMustScream for a dozen centuries or so]].

* In [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s ''Acts of Vengeance'' [[BatFamilyCrossover crossover]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} gathered several supervillains together for a scheme against ComicBook/TheAvengers. Among the group were the ComicBook/RedSkull and ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. The Red Skull was [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler's]] right hand man. Magneto is a Jewish survivor of ''the Holocaust''. So, in the ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' portion of the crossover, Magneto took the opportunity to [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome seal the Skull in a underground chamber with just enough water to survive, but no way to escape]]. The Skull is [[JokerImmunity eventually rescued]] by his henchman Crossbones.
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* In [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s ''Acts of Vengeance'' [[BatFamilyCrossover crossover]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} Loki gathered several supervillains together for a scheme against ComicBook/TheAvengers. Among the group were the ComicBook/RedSkull and ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. The Red Skull was [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler's]] right hand man. Magneto is a Jewish survivor of ''the Holocaust''. So, in the ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' portion of the crossover, Magneto took the opportunity to [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome seal the Skull in a underground chamber with just enough water to survive, but no way to escape]]. The Skull is [[JokerImmunity eventually rescued]] by his henchman Crossbones.
16th Dec '15 5:50:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* In [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s ''Acts of Vengeance'' [[BatFamilyCrossover crossover]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} gathered several supervillains together for a scheme against ComicBook/TheAvengers. Among the group were the ComicBook/RedSkull and ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. The Red Skull was [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler's]] right hand man. Magneto is a Jewish survivor of ''the Holocaust''. So, in the ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' portion of the crossover, Magneto took the opportunity to [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome seal the Skull in a underground chamber with just enough water to survive, but no way to escape]], as shown in the page image. (The Skull is [[JokerImmunity eventually rescued]] by his henchman Crossbones.)
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* In [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s ''Acts of Vengeance'' [[BatFamilyCrossover crossover]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} gathered several supervillains together for a scheme against ComicBook/TheAvengers. Among the group were the ComicBook/RedSkull and ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. The Red Skull was [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler's]] right hand man. Magneto is a Jewish survivor of ''the Holocaust''. So, in the ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' portion of the crossover, Magneto took the opportunity to [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome seal the Skull in a underground chamber with just enough water to survive, but no way to escape]], as shown in the page image. (The escape]]. The Skull is [[JokerImmunity eventually rescued]] by his henchman Crossbones.)
16th Dec '15 5:45:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the music room of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to him the world outside the room vanishes and leaves him stuck there for ''100 years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind. Any unfortunates he can lure into staying in the room with him through dusk experience this trope also ... unfortunately for them, ''without'' the benefits of agelessness.
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'', is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the music room of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to him the world outside the room vanishes and leaves him stuck there for ''100 years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind. Any unfortunates he can lure into staying in the room with him through dusk experience this trope also ... unfortunately for them, ''without'' the benefits of agelessness.
21st Nov '15 9:17:01 PM Gideoncrawle
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->''"I've done far worse than kill you, admiral. I've '''hurt''' you. And I wish to go on... '''Hurting''' you. I shall leave you as you left me - as you left her. Marooned for all eternity in the center of a dead planet. BuriedAlive... [[Main/MadnessMantra Buried alive!]]"''
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->''"I've done far worse than kill you, admiral. I've '''hurt''' you. And I wish to go on... '''Hurting''' you. I shall leave you as you left me - as you left her. Marooned for all eternity in the center of a dead planet. BuriedAlive... [[Main/MadnessMantra Buried alive!]]"''alive... Buried alive!"''
20th Nov '15 12:00:36 PM Anddrix
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* In ''Film/ExMachina'', [[spoiler:this is Calebís ultimate fate, locked in Avaís room, in Nathanís locked-down house with no power, hundreds of miles from any sort of help. There is a fridge full of water, but thereís little chance of him getting out or of anyone coming to look for him before he dies of starvation]].
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* In ''Film/ExMachina'', [[spoiler:this is Calebís Caleb's ultimate fate, locked in Avaís Nathan's room, in Nathanís Nathan's locked-down house with no power, hundreds of miles from any sort of help. There is a fridge full of water, but thereís there's little chance of him getting out or of anyone coming to look for him before he dies of starvation]].
23rd Oct '15 12:22:52 AM Sharlee
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the music room of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to him the world outside the room vanishes and they're stuck there for ''100 years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind. Any unfortunates he can lure into staying in the room with him through dusk experience this trope also ... unfortunately for them, ''without'' the benefits of agelessness.
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the music room of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to him the world outside the room vanishes and they're leaves him stuck there for ''100 years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind. Any unfortunates he can lure into staying in the room with him through dusk experience this trope also ... unfortunately for them, ''without'' the benefits of agelessness.
23rd Oct '15 12:22:04 AM Sharlee
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the parlor of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to everyone in the parlor the world outside the room vanishes and they're stuck there for ''100 years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind.
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the parlor music room of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to everyone in the parlor him the world outside the room vanishes and they're stuck there for ''100 years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind.mind. Any unfortunates he can lure into staying in the room with him through dusk experience this trope also ... unfortunately for them, ''without'' the benefits of agelessness.
23rd Oct '15 12:19:47 AM Sharlee
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the parlor of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to everyone in the parlor the world outside the room vanishes and they're stuck there for ''100 years'', stir-crazy and bored out of his mind.
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the parlor of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to everyone in the parlor the world outside the room vanishes and they're stuck there for ''100 years'', years'': magically-sustained and ageless, but stir-crazy and bored out of his mind.
23rd Oct '15 12:18:15 AM Sharlee
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* Baron Lyron Evensong, a minor darklord of {{Ravenloft}}, is cursed with a version of this trope. Every evening, he's compelled to return to the parlor of his residence and close himself inside, remaining until dawn. To the rest of the world, he's there overnight, but to everyone in the parlor the world outside the room vanishes and they're stuck there for ''100 years'', stir-crazy and bored out of his mind.
18th Oct '15 9:07:09 AM Anddrix
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* In [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s ''Acts of Vengeance'' [[BatFamilyCrossover crossover]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} gathered several supervillains together for a scheme against ComicBook/TheAvengers. Among the group were the ComicBook/RedSkull and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}. The Red Skull was [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler's]] right hand man. Magneto is a Jewish survivor of ''the Holocaust''. So, in the ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' portion of the crossover, Magneto took the opportunity to [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome seal the Skull in a underground chamber with just enough water to survive, but no way to escape]], as shown in the page image. (The Skull is [[JokerImmunity eventually rescued]] by his henchman Crossbones.)
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* In [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s ''Acts of Vengeance'' [[BatFamilyCrossover crossover]], SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} gathered several supervillains together for a scheme against ComicBook/TheAvengers. Among the group were the ComicBook/RedSkull and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}.ComicBook/{{Magneto}}. The Red Skull was [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler's]] right hand man. Magneto is a Jewish survivor of ''the Holocaust''. So, in the ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'' portion of the crossover, Magneto took the opportunity to [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome seal the Skull in a underground chamber with just enough water to survive, but no way to escape]], as shown in the page image. (The Skull is [[JokerImmunity eventually rescued]] by his henchman Crossbones.)
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