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* You'd think that an Owl Temple would be nice to an {{Owlboy}}? Nope.

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* You'd think that an Owl Temple would be nice to an {{Owlboy}}? ''VideoGame/{{Owlboy}}''? Nope.
26th Jun '16 8:47:56 PM GoblinCipher
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The ancient ruins JustForFun/DaringDo explores in "Read It and Weep" and "Daring Don't" are filled with gauntlets of deadly traps, and was apparently built on top of an active lava flow that can ''[[UpToEleven also]]'' be utilized as a trap. {{Justified|Trope}} since she's an {{expy}} of Indiana Jones.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The ancient ruins JustForFun/DaringDo explores in "Read It and Weep" and "Daring Don't" are filled with gauntlets of deadly traps, and was the former were apparently built on top of an active lava flow that can ''[[UpToEleven also]]'' be utilized as a trap. {{Justified|Trope}} since she's an {{expy}} of Indiana Jones.
26th Jun '16 8:47:17 PM GoblinCipher
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The ancient ruins JustForFun/DaringDo explores in "Read It and Weep" is filled with gauntlets of deadly traps, and was apparently built on top of an active lava flow that can ''[[UpToEleven also]]'' be utilized as a trap. {{Justified|Trope}} since she's an {{expy}} of Indiana Jones.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The ancient ruins JustForFun/DaringDo explores in "Read It and Weep" is and "Daring Don't" are filled with gauntlets of deadly traps, and was apparently built on top of an active lava flow that can ''[[UpToEleven also]]'' be utilized as a trap. {{Justified|Trope}} since she's an {{expy}} of Indiana Jones.
9th Jun '16 11:27:36 AM erforce
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* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' has a "Millstone Mayhem" stage as the last non-boss stage in Monkey Mines, as well as a "Temple Tempest" level near the end of Vine Valley.

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* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry''
** The original ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry1''
has a "Millstone Mayhem" stage as the last non-boss stage in Monkey Mines, as well as a "Temple Tempest" level near the end of Vine Valley.



* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'''s Temple of the [[{{Precursors}} Ancients]].
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' has Centra Ruins and Tomb of the Unknown King, the latter being less spooky, but a frustrating deadly maze.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'''s Ipsen's Castle fits. It's never directly referred to as a "temple", but it serves similar purposes and has traps galore.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' has three lost temples, each with a sidequest that unlocks an [[SummonMagic Aeon]].
* While conspicuously light on the booby-traps, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' has the Tomb of Raithwall, complete with ThatOneBoss, a BonusBoss, and lots upon lots of undead things crawling around. Also the Stilshrine of Miriam. And Giruvegan. And the Pharos at Ridorana. And the Sochen Cave Palace. It makes you wonder why modern civilization bothered to build anything, since there's probably enough hidden temples and lost cities to house a nation.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''
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''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'''s Temple of the [[{{Precursors}} Ancients]].
* ** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' has Centra Ruins and Tomb of the Unknown King, the latter being less spooky, but a frustrating deadly maze.
* ** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'''s Ipsen's Castle fits. It's never directly referred to as a "temple", but it serves similar purposes and has traps galore.
* ** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' has three lost temples, each with a sidequest that unlocks an [[SummonMagic Aeon]].
* ** While conspicuously light on the booby-traps, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' has the Tomb of Raithwall, complete with ThatOneBoss, a BonusBoss, and lots upon lots of undead things crawling around. Also the Stilshrine of Miriam. And Giruvegan. And the Pharos at Ridorana. And the Sochen Cave Palace. It makes you wonder why modern civilization bothered to build anything, since there's probably enough hidden temples and lost cities to house a nation.



* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' has several dozen "Daedric ruins" scattered around the country. Each comes complete with a Giant Statue of Doom, Gems of Doom that summon Demons of Doom to attack you when you try to snatch them, and plenty of Cultists of Doom.

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
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''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' has several dozen "Daedric ruins" scattered around the country. Each comes complete with a Giant Statue of Doom, Gems of Doom that summon Demons of Doom to attack you when you try to snatch them, and plenty of Cultists of Doom.



* The Ceras Lake Ruins in ''SuikodenV''. Ask not, "why give a ''sluice control for a dam'' a complex three-layered lock that can only be unlocked by three buttons on the far sides of a labyrinth, a door controlled by a one-of-a-kind magic rune and fill it with {{magitek}} robot guardians?", because the game certainly isn't going to tell you.

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* The Ceras Lake Ruins in ''SuikodenV''.''VideoGame/SuikodenV''. Ask not, "why give a ''sluice control for a dam'' a complex three-layered lock that can only be unlocked by three buttons on the far sides of a labyrinth, a door controlled by a one-of-a-kind magic rune and fill it with {{magitek}} robot guardians?", because the game certainly isn't going to tell you.



* ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}} II'' has lots of them, naturally. There's the various Tombs of Tal Rasha; the temples under the Flayer Jungle, large parts of Kurast...
** The original ''Diablo'' was a series of Basements of Doom.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}} II'' ''Diablo''
** ''VideoGame/DiabloII''
has lots of them, naturally. There's the various Tombs of Tal Rasha; the temples under the Flayer Jungle, large parts of Kurast...
** The original ''Diablo'' ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}'' was a series of Basements of Doom.



* The "Temple of Bù" in ''LittleBigAdventure'' -- traps, skeletons and stuff, and it is located underground [[ShiftingSandLand in the middle of the desert]]. In the second game, it got turned into a Theme Park ''and'' the aliens' secret base.

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* The "Temple of Bù" in ''LittleBigAdventure'' ''VideoGame/LittleBigAdventure'' -- traps, skeletons and stuff, and it is located underground [[ShiftingSandLand in the middle of the desert]]. In the second game, it got turned into a Theme Park ''and'' the aliens' secret base.



* ''VideoGame/{{Oddworld}}: Abe's Oddyssey'' has the Paramonia and Scrabania temples.
* ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' has some, though the temples are mostly futuristic (the biggest being "Temple Of Doom [[HailfirePeaks meets]] EternalEngine" Sanctuary Fortress from ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime 2''), and the most dangerous aren't contraptions, but post-abandonment inhabitants (or in the case of the Sanctuary Fortress, old inhabitants, the [[AIIsACrapShoot haywire-security robots]]).
** ''Super Metroid'': Ridley and company inhabit what appear to be ruins of Chozo civilization, deep within Zebes.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Oddworld}}: Abe's Oddyssey'' Oddyssee'' has the Paramonia and Scrabania temples.
* ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' ''Franchise//{{Metroid}}''
** The series
has some, though the temples are mostly futuristic (the biggest being "Temple Of Doom [[HailfirePeaks meets]] EternalEngine" Sanctuary Fortress from ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime 2''), ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes''), and the most dangerous aren't contraptions, but post-abandonment inhabitants (or in the case of the Sanctuary Fortress, old inhabitants, the [[AIIsACrapShoot haywire-security robots]]).
** ''Super Metroid'': ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'': Ridley and company inhabit what appear to be ruins of Chozo civilization, deep within Zebes.



* The ''{{Wild ARMs}}'' games are full of these, often just lying around inexplicably, often with fiendish traps that just happen to be able to be bypassed using one of the tools the party has picked up along the way.
* Both ''ValkyrieProfile'' and ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile2Silmeria'' have about half a dozen of them.

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* The ''{{Wild ARMs}}'' ''Franchise/WildARMs'' games are full of these, often just lying around inexplicably, often with fiendish traps that just happen to be able to be bypassed using one of the tools the party has picked up along the way.
* Both ''ValkyrieProfile'' ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'' and ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile2Silmeria'' have about half a dozen of them.



* All of the temples in VideoGame/SecretOfMana.
** SpiritualSuccessor Secret of Evermore had one as well.
* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros. Brawl'' has a [[ScrappyLevel classically annoying Ruins level]] in the Subspace Emissary.

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* All of the temples in VideoGame/SecretOfMana.
''VideoGame/SecretOfMana''.
** SpiritualSuccessor Secret of Evermore ''VideoGame/SecretOfEvermore'' had one as well.
* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros. Brawl'' ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosBrawl'' has a [[ScrappyLevel classically annoying Ruins level]] in the Subspace Emissary.
6th Jun '16 12:16:18 PM StFan
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[[caption-width-right:261: Also called the main characters' special graveyard.[[note]]Clockwise from top-left: ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'', ''VideoGame/WarioLand'', ''VideoGame/{{La-Mulana}}'', ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'', ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}''[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:261: Also called the main characters' special graveyard.[[note]]Clockwise from top-left: ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'', ''VideoGame/WarioLand'', ''VideoGame/{{La-Mulana}}'', ''VideoGame/LaMulana'', ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'', ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}''[[/note]]]]






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* Some ''Literature/FightingFantasy'' gamebooks featured such a place. Actually, one of the books is titled ''Temple of Terror''.
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* [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructed]] in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''. The temple of doom is staffed by a pair of bored priests. About the only excitement they get is listening to interlopers get killed by the deathtraps. There's even a little thermometer fundraising poster on the wall for the Temple Of Doom Roof Repair Fund.
* Some Literature/FightingFantasy gamebooks featured such a place. Actually, one of the books is titled ''Temple of Terror''.

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* [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructed]] in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''. The temple of doom is staffed by a pair of bored priests. About the only excitement they get is listening to interlopers get killed by the deathtraps. There's even a little thermometer fundraising poster on the wall for the Temple Of of Doom Roof Repair Fund.
* Some Literature/FightingFantasy gamebooks featured such a place. Actually, one of the books is titled ''Temple of Terror''.



* ''ConanTheBarbarian'' by Creator/RobertEHoward: Common in the stories. The problem in "Literature/TheDevilInIron" kicked off when a fisherman disturbed a body of a {{Necromancer}}; "Literature/BlackColussus" opens with a thief raiding a ruined city.

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* ''ConanTheBarbarian'' ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'' by Creator/RobertEHoward: Common in the stories. The problem in "Literature/TheDevilInIron" kicked off when a fisherman disturbed a body of a {{Necromancer}}; "Literature/BlackColussus" opens with a thief raiding a ruined city.



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* ''XenaWarriorPrincess'': Xena visits one of these in the episode "Prometheus".
* One cannot count how many entered [[LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple The Shrine of The Silver Monkey]] and never returned.

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* ''XenaWarriorPrincess'': ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'': Xena visits one of these in the episode "Prometheus".
* ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'': One cannot count how many entered [[LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple The the Shrine of The the Silver Monkey]] Monkey and never returned.



* The titular edifice in the ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' episode "Murdoch and the Temple of Death", which is a booby-trap filled duplicate of the Hagia Sophia built in the Canadian woods [[spoiler: to hide the Holy Grail]].

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* The titular title edifice in the ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' episode "Murdoch and the Temple of Death", which is a booby-trap filled duplicate of the Hagia Sophia built in the Canadian woods [[spoiler: to [[spoiler:to hide the Holy Grail]].



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* ''Roleplay/DestroyTheGodmodder 2'': The temples of the ancestral artifacts are straight-up examples, although the godmodder bypasses the traps by teleporting in.
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has some of these. In general, they tend to contain [[ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow Things]] [[BlackBox Man]] [[EldritchAbomination Was]] [[OmnicidalManiac Not]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul Meant]] [[EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt To]] Find.\\
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This is part of [[PlanetOfHats the hat]] of the Necrons in particular, though their architecture is a metallic version. Imperial scholars have been studying some of the surface bits of them for generations, but it is only in recent history that the Stasis Tombs have begun to "[[SealedEvilInACan wake up]]", their [[PortalNetwork Inter-spacial Gates]] opening with a SicklyGreenGlow, and legions of [[SkeleBot9000 metal skeletons]] animate and begin their [[OmnicidalManiac terrible work]].
** Considered actual temples by the [[AveMachina Adeptus Mechanicus]], who think the metallic Necrons are the servants of their god (they may be right). The result being that they open a tomb, enthusiastically start running around poking things, and are surprised when they get slaughtered by the now-awoken Necrons, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero who go on to attack other systems]].
* ''{{Exalted}}'' has more than a few of these, but one stand-out example is the city of Denandsor. Buried in the jungles of the Scavenger Lands, it's full of the treasures and [[LostTechnology wonders]] of the First Age, as well as the means of production to make more. So why hasn't anyone claimed it yet? Well, when [[ThePlague the Great Contagion]] hit, the guy in charge of the city (who didn't fully understand how it worked) turned on ''every'' defense at once in the vague hope that it'd do ''something''. As a result, not only is it full of giant automatons that will stomp any intruders, but it's also cloaked in a field that instills horrible dread in whoever enters the city walls. If people survive getting into the city, they usually don't stay for long.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has some of these. In general, they tend to contain [[ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow Things]] [[BlackBox Man]] [[EldritchAbomination Was]] [[OmnicidalManiac Not]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul Meant]] [[EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt To]] Find.\\
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This is part of [[PlanetOfHats the hat]] of the Necrons in particular, though their architecture is a metallic version. Imperial scholars have been studying some of the surface bits of them for generations, but it is only in recent history that the Stasis Tombs have begun to "[[SealedEvilInACan wake up]]", their [[PortalNetwork Inter-spacial Gates]] opening with a SicklyGreenGlow, and legions of [[SkeleBot9000 metal skeletons]] animate and begin their [[OmnicidalManiac terrible work]].
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work]]. Considered actual temples by the [[AveMachina Adeptus Mechanicus]], who think the metallic Necrons are the servants of their god (they may be right). The result being that they open a tomb, enthusiastically start running around poking things, and are surprised when they get slaughtered by the now-awoken Necrons, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero who go on to attack other systems]].
* ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' has more than a few of these, but one stand-out example is the city of Denandsor. Buried in the jungles of the Scavenger Lands, it's full of the treasures and [[LostTechnology wonders]] of the First Age, as well as the means of production to make more. So why hasn't anyone claimed it yet? Well, when [[ThePlague the Great Contagion]] hit, the guy in charge of the city (who didn't fully understand how it worked) turned on ''every'' defense at once in the vague hope that it'd do ''something''. As a result, not only is it full of giant automatons that will stomp any intruders, but it's also cloaked in a field that instills horrible dread in whoever enters the city walls. If people survive getting into the city, they usually don't stay for long.



* The Indiana Jones sequence in ''Ride/TheGreatMovieRide'' is (fittingly) set inside one. In Disneyland and Disneysea, the rides have a deity-Tokyo has the crystal skull, Disneyland has a one similar to Kali. However, the interior and the traps reflect the first and third movies.

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* The Indiana Jones sequence in ''Ride/TheGreatMovieRide'' is (fittingly) set inside one. In Disneyland and Disneysea, the rides have a deity-Tokyo deity -- Tokyo has the crystal skull, Disneyland has a one similar to Kali. However, the interior and the traps reflect the first and third movies.



* If it wasn't for this trope, everyone's favorite ''Franchise/TombRaider'' would have enormously less to do for a living.
** Oddly, sealed-up tombs, with no apparent exits to the outside world apart from the door Lara Croft has just opened, still contain live animals, burning fires, infinite
*** There are some bits of bone or shredded clothing that indicated a...sticky end for some explorers in some levels.

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* If it wasn't for this trope, everyone's favorite ''Franchise/TombRaider'' would have enormously less to do for a living.
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living. Oddly, sealed-up tombs, with no apparent exits to the outside world apart from the door Lara Croft has just opened, still contain live animals, burning fires, infinite
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etc. There are some bits of bone or shredded clothing that indicated a...a... sticky end for some explorers in some levels.



* SuperMarioFusionRevival: World 2-S3: Parthenon Peril. The Rebel Army has taken control of the Parthenon and its underground labyrinthine maze. Rumor has it a beast named "Tryclydius Maximus" was seen somewhere in the catacombs...
* ''EccoTheDolphin'' has an underwater version as part of the Atlantis area of the game. Lots of mazes, occasional bricks that can squish you if you screw up your timing, and various angry sea creatures await. Plus, you have to search constantly for underwater air pockets to avoid drowning...
* WarioLand 4, the entirety of the Golden Pyramid. Of course, 16 of the 18 levels are accessed via portals leading out of the place, but the entry and golden passage levels are entirely standard examples of the trope and so is the map screen.

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* SuperMarioFusionRevival: ''Videogame/SuperMarioFusionRevival: World 2-S3: Parthenon Peril.Peril''. The Rebel Army has taken control of the Parthenon and its underground labyrinthine maze. Rumor has it a beast named "Tryclydius Maximus" was seen somewhere in the catacombs...
* ''EccoTheDolphin'' ''Videogame/EccoTheDolphin'' has an underwater version as part of the Atlantis area of the game. Lots of mazes, occasional bricks that can squish you if you screw up your timing, and various angry sea creatures await. Plus, you have to search constantly for underwater air pockets to avoid drowning...
* WarioLand 4, ''Videogame/WarioLand 4'', the entirety of the Golden Pyramid. Of course, 16 of the 18 levels are accessed via portals leading out of the place, but the entry and golden passage levels are entirely standard examples of the trope and so is the map screen.



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* ''WebVideo/JourneyQuest'' contains the Temple of All Dooms as a storage for the Sword of Fighting. It seems to follow the trope, though it's weak to CuttingTheKnot.

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* ''Roleplay/DestroyTheGodmodder 2'': The temples of the ancestral artifacts are straight-up examples, although the godmodder bypasses the traps by teleporting in.
* ''WebVideo/JourneyQuest'' contains the Temple of All Dooms as a storage for the Sword of Fighting. It seems to follow the trope, though it's weak to CuttingTheKnot.both CuttingTheKnot and DungeonBypass.



* The temple of the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode, "The Firebending Masters," with killer spikes, a secretly-cached MacGuffin, a room that fills full of killer glue, and a [[JustifiedTrope justification]] for the fact that everything's still working: [[spoiler:the ancient extinct civilization that built it is not actually extinct]]. How everyone missed this, who knows.
* WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: The ancient ruins Daring Do explores in "Read It and Weep" is filled with gauntlets of deadly traps, and was apparently built on top of an active lava flow that can ''[[UpToEleven also]]'' be utilized as a trap. {{Justified|Trope}} since she's an {{expy}} of Indiana Jones.

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* The temple of the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode, episode "The Firebending Masters," Masters", with killer spikes, a secretly-cached MacGuffin, a room that fills full of killer glue, and a [[JustifiedTrope justification]] for the fact that everything's still working: [[spoiler:the ancient extinct civilization that built it is not actually extinct]]. How everyone missed this, who knows.
* WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic: ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The ancient ruins Daring Do JustForFun/DaringDo explores in "Read It and Weep" is filled with gauntlets of deadly traps, and was apparently built on top of an active lava flow that can ''[[UpToEleven also]]'' be utilized as a trap. {{Justified|Trope}} since she's an {{expy}} of Indiana Jones.



18th Apr '16 4:19:08 PM erforce
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* Classic CarlBarks stories with DonaldDuck and his relatives usually featured this as a plot device. There are also two scenes which ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' copied from such stories, which both Lucas and Spielberg proudly admitted. The one is the introduction idol and boulder scene from ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', which was taken from the Seven Cities of Cibola and the other is the water bursting through the tunnel to the canyon side, near the end of ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom. This wasn't an actual trap of the temple, in the movie, but it was in the original comic, The Prize of Pizarro, which also contained some other traps used throughout the Indiana Jones' films. After Barks, other writers would too feature such temples and ruins.

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* Classic CarlBarks Creator/CarlBarks stories with DonaldDuck Disney/DonaldDuck and his relatives usually featured this as a plot device. There are also two scenes which ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' copied from such stories, which both Lucas and Spielberg proudly admitted. The one is the introduction idol and boulder scene from ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', which was taken from the Seven Cities of Cibola and the other is the water bursting through the tunnel to the canyon side, near the end of ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom. ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom''. This wasn't an actual trap of the temple, in the movie, but it was in the original comic, The Prize of Pizarro, which also contained some other traps used throughout the Indiana Jones' ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' films. After Barks, other writers would too feature such temples and ruins.
19th Mar '16 9:59:25 AM nombretomado
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* Mayahem Temple from ''[[{{Banjo-Kazooie}} Banjo-Tooie]]''.

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* Mayahem Temple from ''[[{{Banjo-Kazooie}} Banjo-Tooie]]''.''VideoGame/BanjoTooie''.
4th Mar '16 4:41:56 PM TSBasilisk
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* ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' has two types of doom temples. The first is a pyramid in desert regions where the basement has some treasure chests, but stepping on the nearby pressure plate will make the TNT below explode, killing you and destroying the loot. The second are temples in jungle areas which are less dangerous that the TNT traps in the pyramids, but the temples have tripwires connected to a dispenser filled with arrows and you will be shot to death should you trip the wires.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' has two three types of doom temples. temples.
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The first Desert Temple is a pyramid in desert regions where the with a hidden basement has some containing treasure chests, but stepping on chests. The treasure room is hidden under a [[NoticeThis conspicuously colored block]] positioned directly over the nearby pressure plate will make [[SchmuckBait trigger for a TNT trap]].
** The Jungle Temple contains treasures hidden behind a puzzle system. There are no TNT traps; instead
the TNT below explode, killing you and destroying the loot. The second are temples in jungle areas which are less dangerous that the TNT traps in the pyramids, but the temples hallways have tripwires connected to a dispenser filled with arrows and you arrow dispensers, which will be shot to death should you trip shoot anyone who doesn't disarm them first.
** The Ocean Temple is a massive complex only found in deep ocean regions. Its treasure room contains several blocks of gold and there are no traps. Instead
the wires.danger comes from [[SeaMonster the Guardians]] and drowning in the completely flooded building.
15th Feb '16 4:22:25 PM Franklansburg
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* Osama Bin Laden's compund in Pakistan.

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* Osama Bin Laden's compund compound in Pakistan.
15th Feb '16 4:16:39 PM Franklansburg
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