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23rd May '16 3:51:28 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' gives us a villainous version in Episode 28, where Dr. Isaka/the Weather Dopant says it after Double and Accel thwart his plans to gain the power of {{Invisibility}} by stealing it from another [[TransformationTrinket Gaia Memory]] user (which would have killed her in the process).
12th May '16 1:29:58 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** When Kagura almost lets slip to Tohru about Kyo's true form, Kyo [[PuttingAHandOverHisMouth covers her mouth]] and says "If you utter another word, I'll never forgive you!". In response, Kagura yanks Kyo's arm behind him and says "Oh you won't forgive me will you?!".

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** When Kagura almost lets slip to Tohru about Kyo's true form, Kyo [[PuttingAHandOverHisMouth [[HandGagging covers her mouth]] and says "If you utter another word, I'll never forgive you!". In response, Kagura yanks Kyo's arm behind him and says "Oh you won't forgive me will you?!".
7th May '16 12:48:04 PM Silverblade2
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* ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'' has killing a man. Men are amazingly [[GenderRarityValue rare]] in that world, kept secluded and protected, so finding one dead is shocking.



* In the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books, the three curses ''[[AgonyBeam Crucio]]'', ''[[HypnoRay Imperio]]'', and ''[[OneHitKill Avada Kedavra]]'' are deemed "Unforgivable," and anyone who gets caught using them automatically gets a life sentence in [[HellholePrison Azkaban]].

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* In the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books, the books:
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three curses ''[[AgonyBeam Crucio]]'', ''[[HypnoRay Imperio]]'', and ''[[OneHitKill Avada Kedavra]]'' are deemed "Unforgivable," and anyone who gets caught using them automatically gets a life sentence in [[HellholePrison Azkaban]].Azkaban]].
** In the first book, the killing/drinking the blood of a unicorn is considered to be this by centaurs.
** Dumbledore invokes this trope himself in relation to Voldemort, describing the [[spoiler:creation of a Horcrux]] as "moving beyond the realm of what we might describe as 'usual evil.'" Considering the implications of [[spoiler:tearing one's soul apart]], this is probably justified. [[spoiler: The fact that it takes a human sacrifice to make the process work also plays a large part.]]
4th May '16 2:00:15 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Maria of ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' yells this repeatedly in episode 22 before taking revenge on her abusive mother.

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* Maria of ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' yells this repeatedly in episode 22 before taking revenge on her abusive mother.
3rd May '16 2:17:00 PM Aspr3
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*In pre-WWII Japan, seeing a fellow Japanese person do something un-Japanese, like ''speak English'', was often enough to trigger a bout of [[UnstoppableRage head-chopping]]. Now, not so much...
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1st May '16 7:35:54 AM Tarlonniel
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* ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'': The Consular's eventual Padawan, Nadia Grell, is a sweet daughter of a senator, and one of the nicest people you will ever encounter in the game. Daddy Grell turns out to be a fine statesman and stalwart ally of the Consular until the Sith kidnap him. When Consular and Nadia charge in as BigDamnHeroes to save Daddy Grell, it's too late - the Sith tortured him to death. Sweet little Padawan Nadia ''[[BewareTheNiceOnes loses it,]]'' and even if you try to intervene, that Sith is ''dead'' by her hands.

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* ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'': The Consular's eventual Padawan, Nadia Grell, is a sweet daughter of a senator, and one of the nicest people you will ever encounter in the game. Daddy Grell turns out to be a fine statesman and stalwart ally of the Consular until the Sith kidnap him. When Consular and Nadia charge in as BigDamnHeroes to save Daddy Grell, it's too late - the Sith tortured him to death. Sweet little Padawan Nadia ''[[BewareTheNiceOnes loses it,]]'' and even if you try to intervene, the Consular isn't convincing enough in the subsequent conversation, that Sith is ''dead'' by her hands.
26th Apr '16 11:11:16 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* In the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books, the three curses ''[[AgonyBeam Crucio]]'', ''[[HypnoRay Imperio]]'', and ''[[OneHitKill Avada Kedavra]]'' are deemed "Unforgivable," and anyone who gets caught using them automatically gets a life sentence in [[HellholePrison Azkaban]].
16th Mar '16 7:00:56 AM Sapphirea2
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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven Face the Raven]]", the immortal Ashildr is involved in a plot that results in the unexpected [[spoiler: death of the Doctor's companion, Clara]]. The Doctor threatens Ashildr, "I will '''end you''' and everything you love" before Clara talks him down. After the deed is done, the Doctor makes it clear to Ashildr that forgiveness is not on the table. In the SeasonFinale "Hell Bent" two episodes later, in which the Doctor has become a DrivenToMadness WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds in the wake of said disaster and a stint in a torture chamber, their paths cross again, and [[spoiler: while he doesn't forgive her onscreen, he does allow her to follow him into the TARDIS rather than leave her to die at the end of time]]. The same episode suggests that with regards to the Last Great Time War ''and'' their role in the aforementioned plot, he sees [[spoiler: Rassilon and his underlings on the High Council]] as unworthy of his forgiveness, and [[spoiler: exiles them from Gallifrey after bloodlessly overthrowing them]].

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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven Face the Raven]]", the immortal Ashildr is involved in a plot that results in the unexpected [[spoiler: death of the Doctor's companion, Clara]]. The Doctor threatens Ashildr, "I will '''end you''' and everything you love" before Clara talks him down. After the deed is done, the Doctor makes it clear to Ashildr that forgiveness is not on the table. In the SeasonFinale "Hell Bent" two episodes later, in which the Doctor has become a DrivenToMadness WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds in the wake of said disaster and a stint in a torture chamber, their paths cross again, and [[spoiler: while he doesn't forgive her onscreen, he does allow her to follow him into the second TARDIS rather than leave her to die at the end of time]]. The same episode suggests that with regards to the Last Great Time War ''and'' their her collaborators' role in the aforementioned plot, plot AND their work as architects of [[spoiler: the Last Great Time War]], he sees [[spoiler: Rassilon and his underlings on the High Council]] as unworthy of his forgiveness, and [[spoiler: exiles them from Gallifrey after bloodlessly overthrowing them]].them]]. Keep in mind that this particular Doctor, the Twelfth, is one of the '''''most forgiving''''' incarnations. His unwillingness to forgive Ashildr is personal: He's the one who saved her from death's door in a way that made her functionally immortal to begin with and, as centuries passed, believed in her goodness even when she did not and worked to protect her -- and she chose to betray him (and hurt others as the hanging judge mayor of the trap street) for all that. As for her collaborators, [[spoiler: they '''were''' partially responsible for the worst war the universe ever saw, one '''he''' brought to an end for them...and look how they repaid him, all out of fear of a prophecy]], and they are '''not''' the sort of people likely to atone and apologize anyway.
16th Mar '16 6:52:27 AM Sapphirea2
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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven Face the Raven]]", the immortal Ashildr is involved in a plot that results in the unexpected [[spoiler: death of the Doctor's companion, Clara]]. The Doctor threatens Ashildr, "I will '''end you''' and everything you love" before Clara talks him down. After the deed is done, the Doctor makes it clear to Ashildr that forgiveness is not on the table.

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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven Face the Raven]]", the immortal Ashildr is involved in a plot that results in the unexpected [[spoiler: death of the Doctor's companion, Clara]]. The Doctor threatens Ashildr, "I will '''end you''' and everything you love" before Clara talks him down. After the deed is done, the Doctor makes it clear to Ashildr that forgiveness is not on the table. In the SeasonFinale "Hell Bent" two episodes later, in which the Doctor has become a DrivenToMadness WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds in the wake of said disaster and a stint in a torture chamber, their paths cross again, and [[spoiler: while he doesn't forgive her onscreen, he does allow her to follow him into the TARDIS rather than leave her to die at the end of time]]. The same episode suggests that with regards to the Last Great Time War ''and'' their role in the aforementioned plot, he sees [[spoiler: Rassilon and his underlings on the High Council]] as unworthy of his forgiveness, and [[spoiler: exiles them from Gallifrey after bloodlessly overthrowing them]].
15th Mar '16 7:30:44 AM kyojikasshu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': In "[[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS04E01E02TheWayOfTheWarrior The Way of the Warrior]]", Worf convinces Chancellor Gowron to stand his forces down, as an all-out war between the Federation and the Klingon Empire is exactly what the Dominion wants. Gowron withdraws his forces, but leaves with this warning for Sisko (and Worf):
--> '''Gowron''': You have sided against us in battle, and this we do not forgive... or forget!
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