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24th Oct '17 3:33:32 AM Sumatris
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** In the penultimate mission, Cerberus attempts to vent the hangar that Shepard's squad is assaulting. EDI ensures otherwise.

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** In the penultimate mission, Cerberus attempts to vent the hangar that Shepard's squad is assaulting. EDI ensures otherwise.otherwise, provided you find and reach the correct console before [[NonStandardGameover the invisible timer runs out]].
13th Oct '17 11:13:23 PM themetalstickman
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** In the penultimate mission, Cerberus attempts to vent the hangar that Shepard's squad is assaulting. EDI ensures otherwise.
3rd Oct '17 5:34:23 PM eroock
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->"You know, I hear tell they used to keelhaul traitors back in the day. I don't have a keel to haul you on, so..."
-->--'''Captain Mal Reynolds''', ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', "[[{{Recap/FireflyE09Ariel}} Ariel]]"

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->"You ->''"You know, I hear tell they used to keelhaul traitors back in the day. I don't have a keel to haul you on, so..."
-->--'''Captain
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-->-- '''Captain
Mal Reynolds''', ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', "[[{{Recap/FireflyE09Ariel}} Ariel]]"
25th Sep '17 1:27:59 AM Ereiam
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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin manages to use the trope despite being a fantasy setting. One castle, built atop a huge mountain, has a door in the throne room that leads directly outside the walls. This is the door unwanted visitors exit through.

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin manages to use the trope despite being a fantasy setting.setting (the cause of death here being [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou gravity]] rather than space exposure). One castle, built atop a huge mountain, has a door in the throne room that leads directly outside the walls. This is the door unwanted visitors exit through.
17th Sep '17 6:08:45 PM nombretomado
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** ArthurCClarke reportedly said that if he had been on the set that day, he would have corrected this.

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** ArthurCClarke Creator/ArthurCClarke reportedly said that if he had been on the set that day, he would have corrected this.
12th Sep '17 7:14:20 AM Rabbidking
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': This is how [[spoiler: Evil Morty]] disposes of dozens of other Ricks and Mortys, dead or alive, once [[spoiler: he becomes President of the Citadel]].
31st Aug '17 7:14:32 PM Mattonymy
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* Almost done to Eve and WALL•E from ''WesternAnimation/WallE'', though they manage to stay in the ship. Of course given that they already were in space five minutes or so before, this would not have been lethal.

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* Almost done to Eve and WALL•E from ''WesternAnimation/WallE'', though they manage to stay in the ship.ship with the timely help from M-O. Of course given that they already were in space five minutes or so before, this would not have been lethal.
26th Aug '17 8:19:44 AM JackG
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** Another take on this trope has an airlock tunnel between two spacecraft being torn loose as one vessel suddenly blasts off, killing those inside. This happens in the episodes "The Way Back" and "Gold".

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** Another take on this trope has an airlock tunnel between two spacecraft being torn loose as one vessel suddenly blasts off, killing those inside. This happens in the episodes "The Way Back" "Space Fall" and "Gold".
26th Aug '17 8:18:05 AM JackG
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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. Servalan leaves a magnetic bomb in the airlock of Warlord Zukan's spacecraft. Zukan sends in his aide to remove it, blowing him out the airlock the moment he detaches the bomb from the metal wall. Unfortunately the bomb explodes at that point fatally crippling the spacecraft, so the warlord dies anyway.
** In another episode, Avon tries to airlock [[spoiler:Vila]] when they're both stuck on an escape pod that needs to lose a lot of weight quickly to avoid crashing. Things get... pretty dark before an alternative solution is found.

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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. ''Series/BlakesSeven''.
** Another take on this trope has an airlock tunnel between two spacecraft being torn loose as one vessel suddenly blasts off, killing those inside. This happens in the episodes "The Way Back" and "Gold".
** In "Warlord",
Servalan leaves a [[StickyBomb magnetic bomb bomb]] in the airlock of Warlord Zukan's spacecraft. Zukan sends in his aide to remove it, blowing him out the airlock the moment he detaches the bomb from the metal wall. Unfortunately the bomb explodes at that point fatally crippling the spacecraft, so the warlord dies anyway.
** In another episode, "Orbit", Avon tries to airlock [[spoiler:Vila]] Vila when they're both stuck on an escape pod that [[ColdEquation needs to lose a lot of weight quickly to avoid crashing.crashing]]. Things get... pretty dark before an alternative solution is found.
11th Aug '17 1:05:40 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* [[spoiler: Louis]] from ''Anime/MujinWakuseiSurvive''.

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* This is what happened to [[spoiler: Kaoru's rival Louis]] from ''Anime/MujinWakuseiSurvive''.in the backstory of ''Anime/MujinWakuseiSurvive''. Up to this day, the survivor [[spoiler: Kaoru]] isn't happy about it.



** In the backstory of ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'', Canada's future Gundam Fighter Andrew Graham lost his wife Norma to decompression during an attack by SpacePirates lead by Russia's future Gundam Fighter, Argo Gulskii. [[spoiler:Though [[GentlemanThief Argo]] was actually trying to ''save'' her, but wasn't fast enough to do so.]]

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** In the backstory of ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'', Canada's future Gundam Fighter Andrew Graham lost his wife Norma to decompression during an attack by SpacePirates lead by Russia's future Gundam Fighter, Argo Gulskii. [[spoiler:Though [[GentlemanThief Argo]] was actually trying to ''save'' her, but wasn't fast enough to do so.so; in the story proper, [[MyGreatestFailure he blames himself heavily]] for Norma's death.]]
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