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18th Sep '17 11:18:53 PM Kalmbach
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* Real oubliettes were [[http://sparrowlet.hubpages.com/hub/Oubliette-French-Torture-Halloween one of the more horrific]] medieval French punishments, which they introduced to England. Perhaps the most famous victim was [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfPlantagenet Richard II of England]].

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* Real oubliettes were [[http://sparrowlet.hubpages.com/hub/Oubliette-French-Torture-Halloween one of the more horrific]] medieval French punishments, which they introduced to England. Perhaps the most famous victim was [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfPlantagenet [[UsefulNotes/RichardTheSecond Richard II of England]].
18th Sep '17 11:07:10 PM Kalmbach
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* Real oubliettes were [[http://sparrowlet.hubpages.com/hub/Oubliette-French-Torture-Halloween one of the more horrific]] medieval French punishments, which they introduced to England. Perhaps the most famous victim was [[UsefulNotes/HouseOfPlantagenet Richard II of England]].

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* Real oubliettes were [[http://sparrowlet.hubpages.com/hub/Oubliette-French-Torture-Halloween one of the more horrific]] medieval French punishments, which they introduced to England. Perhaps the most famous victim was [[UsefulNotes/HouseOfPlantagenet [[UsefulNotes/TheHouseOfPlantagenet Richard II of England]].
18th Sep '17 10:56:44 PM Kalmbach
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' Cartman locked Butters in a storm cellar (convincing him that the world was ending) so that he could take his place at Kyle's birthday dinner, causing the whole rest of the town to think he was abducted or missing.

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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' Cartman locked Butters in a storm cellar (convincing him that the world was ending) [[EvilIsPetty so that he could take his place at Kyle's birthday dinner, dinner]], causing the whole rest of the town to think he was abducted or missing.



* Real oubliettes were [[http://sparrowlet.hubpages.com/hub/Oubliette-French-Torture-Halloween one of the more horrific]] medieval French punishments, which they introduced to England.

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* Real oubliettes were [[http://sparrowlet.hubpages.com/hub/Oubliette-French-Torture-Halloween one of the more horrific]] medieval French punishments, which they introduced to England. Perhaps the most famous victim was [[UsefulNotes/HouseOfPlantagenet Richard II of England]].
10th Sep '17 6:25:02 AM Unregistered
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* ''VideoGame/RomancingSaga3'' has a particularly grim example with the Dead Man's Well dungeon. According to the game, during the time the world was ruled by the Four Devil Lords, the sick and old were thrown into the well located in Moses until it became a mass grave.
11th Jul '17 8:32:45 AM Materioptikon
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** King uses the trope to ''NightmareFuel'' effect in the short story "A Very Tight Place," as well. The titular "place" is, rather than a well, a [[Squick Port-O-Potty]].

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** King uses the trope to ''NightmareFuel'' effect in the short story "A Very Tight Place," as well. The titular "place" is, rather than a well, a [[Squick [[{{Squick}} Port-O-Potty]].
6th Jul '17 9:45:29 PM Seth_Phoenix2000
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** King uses the trope to ''NightmareFuel'' effect in the short story "A Very Tight Place," as well. The titular "place" is, rather than a well, a Port-O-Potty.

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** King uses the trope to ''NightmareFuel'' effect in the short story "A Very Tight Place," as well. The titular "place" is, rather than a well, a Port-O-Potty.[[Squick Port-O-Potty]].
18th Jun '17 1:19:53 PM shawn_allen
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* In ''Film/FirstKnight'', Malagant, the errant knight of the Round Table, stashes Guenevere in one, to lure Arthur and the other knights into a trap.
11th Jun '17 8:18:47 PM nombretomado
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* Happened to Callisto on most of her appearances on ''XenaWarriorPrincess'', until it was time to bring her back for another episode. [[spoiler:This was especially true once she became immortal.]]

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* Happened to Callisto on most of her appearances on ''XenaWarriorPrincess'', ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'', until it was time to bring her back for another episode. [[spoiler:This was especially true once she became immortal.]]
23rd Apr '17 2:32:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' stuck Leo in a giant block of ice for most of the last season (referred to by [[TelevisionWithoutPity many]] as "The Doltsicle") before bringing him back for the series finale. (After the show's budget got slashed they couldn't afford the actor, but didn't want to kill Leo and Piper's near series-long marriage.)

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* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' stuck Leo in a giant block of ice for most of the last season (referred to by [[TelevisionWithoutPity [[Website/TelevisionWithoutPity many]] as "The Doltsicle") before bringing him back for the series finale. (After the show's budget got slashed they couldn't afford the actor, but didn't want to kill Leo and Piper's near series-long marriage.)
15th Apr '17 6:23:25 PM nombretomado
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* The main conflict and the fate of the titular character of ''SoundHorizon'''s Märchen.

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* The main conflict and the fate of the titular character of ''SoundHorizon'''s Märchen.Music/SoundHorizon's ''Märchen''.
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