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14th Jan '17 6:01:09 PM indigocoil
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'': [[spoiler: Tim Drake]] feels terrible after killing [[spoiler: the Joker]], even decades afterwards.
--> '''[[spoiler: Tim Drake:]]'''Oh, God. I killed him. I didn't mean to. I tried so hard to forget. But I still hear the shot,still see his dead smile. Every night the dreams get stronger. He's there when I sleep, whispering, laughing...telling me [[IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim I'm just as bad as he is, we're both the same.]]
7th Jan '17 9:17:32 AM nombretomado
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* Subverted in JohnWoo's ''Film/{{Broken Arrow|1996}}''. After Deakins crushes Mr. Pritchett's windpipe with a tire iron, he contemplates the fact that although as an Air Force pilot he's dropped bombs on people before, this is the first time he's killed someone up close. He then scoffs, "I don't see what the big deal is."

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* Subverted in JohnWoo's Creator/JohnWoo's ''Film/{{Broken Arrow|1996}}''. After Deakins crushes Mr. Pritchett's windpipe with a tire iron, he contemplates the fact that although as an Air Force pilot he's dropped bombs on people before, this is the first time he's killed someone up close. He then scoffs, "I don't see what the big deal is."
28th Dec '16 9:21:51 AM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Doctors}}'', BrianBlessed played a character who exclaimed "I killed a man... with THESE!".

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Doctors}}'', BrianBlessed Creator/BrianBlessed played a character who exclaimed "I killed a man... with THESE!".
16th Dec '16 6:28:00 PM eroock
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15th Nov '16 8:29:58 PM WillBGood
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* ''{{Dracula}}'':

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* ''{{Dracula}}'':''Film/Dracula1931'':
15th Nov '16 8:28:33 PM WillBGood
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* Josh's reaction to killing a mugger in ''ComicBook/NoHero''.

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* Josh's reaction to killing a mugger in ''ComicBook/NoHero''. [[spoiler: Given what we find out [[BoxedCrook about him]] later, it might all be a lie.]]
28th Oct '16 2:24:30 PM Morgenthaler
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* In the movie version of ''Film/JesusChristSuperstar'', when Pilate washed his hands, the water he washed them in turned red.



*** In the movie version of ''JesusChristSuperstar'', when Pilate washed his hands, the water he washed them in turned red.
28th Oct '16 2:24:06 PM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Wyrd Sisters'', the Macbeth Expy Lord Felmet has blood-red hands from the night he murders King Verence until the night he dies. However, the fact that he uses progressively harsher methods to remove the blood (including sandpaper and a metal file) implies that maybe the reason it doesn't come off is because the blood is coming from an actual wound rather than karma.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Wyrd Sisters'', ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', the Macbeth Expy Lord Felmet has blood-red hands from the night he murders King Verence until the night he dies. However, the fact that he uses progressively harsher methods to remove the blood (including sandpaper and a metal file) implies that maybe the reason it doesn't come off is because the blood is coming from an actual wound rather than karma.



* This is the immediate thought process of Jonah Wizard from ''The39Clues'' after he shoots a Vesper at point-blank range. He's especially traumatized because up until this point, barring the Clue hunt a few years earlier, he's lived the sheltered, luxurious life of a teenaged pop star and hasn't yet come to terms with all the violence that the conflict entails.

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* This is the immediate thought process of Jonah Wizard from ''The39Clues'' ''Literature/The39Clues'' after he shoots a Vesper at point-blank range. He's especially traumatized because up until this point, barring the Clue hunt a few years earlier, he's lived the sheltered, luxurious life of a teenaged pop star and hasn't yet come to terms with all the violence that the conflict entails.
28th Oct '16 2:23:23 PM Morgenthaler
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* Averted in ''ASongOfIceAndFire''. When [[BadassPrincess Arya Stark]] commits her first cold-blooded killing (cutting the throat of a sentry), she sees the blood on her hands and casually notes that the rain will wash it off. [[ManipulativeBastard Lord Tywin Lannister]] emphasises on several occasions that there's no blood on ''his'' hands from acts which are regarded as heinous even in the CrapsackWorld of Westeros (killing the royal children of the previous regime, and plotting a violation of SacredHospitality) but are [[UsefulNotes/TheThirtySixStratagems Killing With A Borrowed Knife]]. King Stannis plays the trope straight however, when he dreams of his brother Renly's assassination by dark magic, carried out by a shadow assassin created from his LifeEnergy.

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* Averted in ''ASongOfIceAndFire''.''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. When [[BadassPrincess Arya Stark]] commits her first cold-blooded killing (cutting the throat of a sentry), she sees the blood on her hands and casually notes that the rain will wash it off. [[ManipulativeBastard Lord Tywin Lannister]] emphasises on several occasions that there's no blood on ''his'' hands from acts which are regarded as heinous even in the CrapsackWorld of Westeros (killing the royal children of the previous regime, and plotting a violation of SacredHospitality) but are [[UsefulNotes/TheThirtySixStratagems Killing With A Borrowed Knife]]. King Stannis plays the trope straight however, when he dreams of his brother Renly's assassination by dark magic, carried out by a shadow assassin created from his LifeEnergy.
14th Oct '16 6:31:02 PM JL32194
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* Kyros from ''Manga/OnePiece'' feels incredibly guilty for the kills her performed in the past, and wishes to [[TheAtoner atone for it]]. When his daughter Rebecca is born, he won't touch her without gloves because he feels that his hands are too dirty. Eventually, he's forced to teach Rebecca how to fight, but teaches her to do so without needing to kill. Eventually, when they're reunited years later, Kyros states how he's proud that despite his crime of forcing her to fight, her hands have still remained as clean as her mother's.

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* Kyros from ''Manga/OnePiece'' feels incredibly guilty for the kills her he performed in the past, and wishes to [[TheAtoner atone for it]]. When his daughter Rebecca is born, he won't touch her without gloves because he feels that his hands are too dirty. Eventually, he's forced to teach Rebecca how to fight, but teaches her to do so without needing to kill. Eventually, when they're reunited years later, Kyros states how he's proud that despite his crime of forcing her to fight, her hands have still remained as clean as her mother's.
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