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4th Feb '16 7:43:24 PM Gamermaster
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* [[MahouSenseiNegima Negi]] uses it the [[http://www.mangafox.com/page/manga/read/71/mahou_sensei_negima/chapter.11094/page.11/ first time he confronts Fate Averruncus]], this is a subversion, since Fate way out-classes Negi. Later [[OldMaster Evangeline]], however, [[IAmNotLeftHanded kicks much butt]].
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* [[MahouSenseiNegima Negi]] Negi from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' uses it the [[http://www.mangafox.com/page/manga/read/71/mahou_sensei_negima/chapter.11094/page.11/ first time he confronts Fate Averruncus]], this is a subversion, since Fate way out-classes Negi. Later [[OldMaster Evangeline]], however, [[IAmNotLeftHanded kicks much butt]].
30th Jan '16 6:02:14 AM StFan
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', Hawkeye's "You're dead to me!" is a particularly harsh variation reserved for a former friend, Black Widow.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', Hawkeye's "You're dead to me!" is a particularly harsh variation reserved for a former friend, Black Widow.
28th Jan '16 11:11:59 AM DarkHunter
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* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDxD'': PlayedForLaughs in the Issei Hyoudou vs Vali Lucifer fight. Azazel claims that Vali will use his Divine Dividing ability to shrink the breasts of the girls around them. An enraged Issei roars that he will never forgive Vali for that, gains a massive power boost, and beats the shit out of him. Since Vali doesn't really care about sex, he can't understand what Issei is saying.
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* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDxD'': PlayedForLaughs in the Issei Hyoudou vs Vali Lucifer fight. Azazel claims that Vali will use his Divine Dividing ability to shrink the breasts of the girls around them. An enraged Issei roars that he will never forgive Vali for that, gains a massive power boost, and beats the shit out of him. Since Vali doesn't really care about sex, is completely dumbfounded by this, his tone of voice in rest of the battle making it clear that he can't understand cannot ''believe'' what Issei is saying.he's hearing.
24th Jan '16 10:31:31 PM Dravencour
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It is also used as a way of pointing out to the audience how evil this guy is -- that he is completely beyond {{forgiveness}} and [[HeelFaceTurn redemption]], especially if the guy they said it to is a Complete Monster. Particularly if the character being issued the challenge has crossed the MoralEventHorizon, so that the main character can freely kill them without FridgeLogic causing them to wonder [[MoralDissonance if that was really necessary]]. Similarly, it can also be used to point out [[WhatAnIdiot how stupid]] the guy is, seeing how they proved to be just plain TooDumbToLive. Naturally, anyone stupid enough to make that someone hit him / her with such a phrase is bound to feel rather [[ItsAllMyFault guilty]].
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It is also used as a way of pointing out to the audience how evil this guy is -- that he is completely beyond {{forgiveness}} and [[HeelFaceTurn redemption]], especially if the guy they said it to is a Complete Monster.CompleteMonster. Particularly if the character being issued the challenge has crossed the MoralEventHorizon, so that the main character can freely kill them without FridgeLogic causing them to wonder [[MoralDissonance if that was really necessary]]. Similarly, it can also be used to point out [[WhatAnIdiot how stupid]] the guy is, seeing how they proved to be just plain TooDumbToLive. Naturally, anyone stupid enough to make that someone hit him / her them with such a phrase is bound to feel rather [[ItsAllMyFault guilty]].
22nd Jan '16 5:16:58 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', Luffy angrily battles Zoro because he had slaughtered most of the villagers of an island (early on into the Baroque Works arc), who had given the Straw Hats plenty of food earlier on (pointed out by Luffy looking like an impossibly fat slob at the moment). Luffy was unaware that they were in fact bounty hunters. He even actually utters "Unforgivable" before the battle rages higher.
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', ''Manga/OnePiece'': ** Luffy angrily battles Zoro because he had slaughtered most of the villagers of an island (early on into the Baroque Works arc), who had given the Straw Hats plenty of food earlier on (pointed out by Luffy looking like an impossibly fat slob at the moment). Luffy was unaware that they were in fact bounty hunters. He even actually utters "Unforgivable" before the battle rages higher.

** In the sixth movie, after Luffy sees [[spoiler:his entire crew get eaten by a ManEatingPlant partnered to]] the BigBad, he invokes this several times…only to be powerless against said Big Bad. *** It gets an echo later: after [[spoiler:said ManEatingPlant is killed, and along with it the PlantPeople that were created from the Big Bad's memories of his deceased friends and crewmates that he used in order to pretend that they were still alive.]] Realizing that the illusions were broken, the Big Bad turns on the one who killed his plant while invoking this trope, only to be stopped by Luffy, who ''kills him''. Yes, you read that right; it really was beyond any possibility of forgiveness.
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** In the sixth movie, after Luffy sees [[spoiler:his entire crew get eaten by a ManEatingPlant partnered to]] the BigBad, he invokes this several times…only to be powerless against said Big Bad. *** Bad. It gets an echo later: after [[spoiler:said ManEatingPlant is killed, and along with it the PlantPeople that were created from the Big Bad's memories of his deceased friends and crewmates that he used in order to pretend that they were still alive.]] Realizing that the illusions were broken, the Big Bad turns on the one who killed his plant while invoking this trope, only to be stopped by Luffy, who ''kills him''. Yes, you read that right; it really was beyond any possibility of forgiveness.

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** In Two actions that Sanji will never forgive, let alone do, is waste food or let someone go hungry; he almost starved to death once as a child, and knows it is ''not'' pleasant. One of the sixth movie, after Luffy sees [[spoiler:his entire crew get eaten by a ManEatingPlant partnered to]] the BigBad, few times he invokes this several times…only to be powerless tried punching a foe (he almost never uses his hands in a fight) was against said Big Bad. *** It gets an echo later: after [[spoiler:said ManEatingPlant is killed, and along with it the PlantPeople that were created from the Big Bad's memories of his deceased friends and crewmates that he someone who used in order food as weapons and armor, clearly never intending to pretend that they were still alive.]] Realizing that the illusions were broken, the Big Bad turns on the one who killed his plant while invoking this trope, only to be stopped by Luffy, who ''kills him''. Yes, you read that right; it really was beyond any possibility of forgiveness.eat it.
19th Jan '16 5:56:38 AM Zanreo
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'', Tecmo refuses to forgive Namco for making fun of his [[Videogame/DeadOrAlive DoA]] games and swears to get his revenge some day. ---> "Namco... I will NEVER forgive you for this unforgivable insult."
16th Jan '16 5:55:11 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''VideoGame/FTLFasterThanLight'', enemy ships that you are close to destroying will sometimes plead surrender, offering you rewards for sparing their lives, with the option to reject that and finish off the target instead. If the enemy ship is a pirate, the "don't accept surrender" option is labeled as "Piracy cannot be forgiven. Attack!"
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* In ''VideoGame/FTLFasterThanLight'', enemy ships that you are close to destroying will sometimes plead surrender, offering you rewards for sparing their lives, with the option to reject that and finish off the target instead. If the enemy ship is a pirate, pirate ship, the "don't accept surrender" option is labeled as "Piracy cannot be forgiven. Attack!"
16th Jan '16 5:55:00 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''VideoGame/FTLFasterThanLight'', enemy ships that you are close to destroying will sometimes plead surrender, offering you rewards in exchange for their lives, with the option to reject that and finish off the target instead. If the enemy ship is a pirate, the "don't accept surrender" option is labeled as "Piracy cannot be forgiven. Attack!"
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* In ''VideoGame/FTLFasterThanLight'', enemy ships that you are close to destroying will sometimes plead surrender, offering you rewards in exchange for sparing their lives, with the option to reject that and finish off the target instead. If the enemy ship is a pirate, the "don't accept surrender" option is labeled as "Piracy cannot be forgiven. Attack!"
16th Jan '16 5:54:38 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* In ''VideoGame/FTLFasterThanLight'', enemy ships that you are close to destroying will sometimes plead surrender, offering you rewards in exchange for their lives, with the option to reject that and finish off the target instead. If the enemy ship is a pirate, the "don't accept surrender" option is labeled as "Piracy cannot be forgiven. Attack!"
15th Jan '16 9:10:42 AM Adept
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* In ''SukebanDeka'', "Saki's" catchphrase is "Omaera, Yurusansezore!" (You Won't Be Forgiven!)
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* In ''SukebanDeka'', ''Manga/SukebanDeka'', "Saki's" catchphrase is "Omaera, Yurusansezore!" (You Won't Be Forgiven!)
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