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3rd Jan '18 7:46:38 AM Woodrobin
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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'', the Kurgan gloats over killing Connor's mentor. "Ramirez was an effete snob who died on his knees..." he says, and then reveals a terrible secret that was kept from Connor for almost 450 years [[spoiler: that the Kurgan raped "Ramirez's woman" after he killed him . . . the woman was actually Connor's wife]] - it's ''that'' part that hits home. [[The Kurgan then deduces (correctly) whose lover his victim was, and claims she never told Connor because the Kurgan was a better lover . . . the more likely reason was to prevent her husband getting himself killed in a RoaringRampageofRevenge against an enemy who had killed an opponent with over 1000 years more sword-fighting experience than Connor.]]

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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'', the Kurgan gloats over killing Connor's mentor. "Ramirez was an effete snob who died on his knees..." he says, and then reveals a terrible secret that was kept from Connor for almost 450 years [[spoiler: that the Kurgan raped "Ramirez's woman" after he killed him . . . the woman was actually Connor's wife]] - it's ''that'' part that hits home. [[The [[spoiler: The Kurgan then deduces (correctly) whose lover his victim was, and claims she never told Connor because the Kurgan was a better lover . . . the more likely reason was to prevent her husband getting himself killed in a RoaringRampageofRevenge against an enemy who had killed an opponent with over 1000 years more sword-fighting experience than Connor.]]
3rd Jan '18 7:46:04 AM Woodrobin
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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'', the Kurgan gloats over killing Connor's mentor. "Ramirez was an effete snob who died on his knees..." he says, and then reveals a terrible secret that was kept from Connor for almost 450 years [[spoiler: that he had raped "Ramirez's woman" after he killed him . . . the woman was actually Connor's wife]] - it's ''that'' part that hits home.

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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'', the Kurgan gloats over killing Connor's mentor. "Ramirez was an effete snob who died on his knees..." he says, and then reveals a terrible secret that was kept from Connor for almost 450 years [[spoiler: that he had the Kurgan raped "Ramirez's woman" after he killed him . . . the woman was actually Connor's wife]] - it's ''that'' part that hits home. [[The Kurgan then deduces (correctly) whose lover his victim was, and claims she never told Connor because the Kurgan was a better lover . . . the more likely reason was to prevent her husband getting himself killed in a RoaringRampageofRevenge against an enemy who had killed an opponent with over 1000 years more sword-fighting experience than Connor.]]
3rd Jan '18 7:41:41 AM Woodrobin
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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'', the Kurgan gloats over killing Connor's mentor. "Ramirez was an effete snob who died on his knees..." he says, and then reveals a terrible secret that was kept from Connor for almost 450 years - it's ''that'' part that hits home.

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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'', the Kurgan gloats over killing Connor's mentor. "Ramirez was an effete snob who died on his knees..." he says, and then reveals a terrible secret that was kept from Connor for almost 450 years [[spoiler: that he had raped "Ramirez's woman" after he killed him . . . the woman was actually Connor's wife]] - it's ''that'' part that hits home.
23rd Dec '17 6:02:31 AM wrestlingdog909
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** The [[EmotionEater Dementors]] do this to Harry sort-of-unintentionally: as they force people around them to repeat their worst memories, Harry hears his parents' final moments every time he gets near them.

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** The [[EmotionEater Dementors]] do this to Harry sort-of-unintentionally: as they force people around them to repeat their worst memories, Harry hears his parents' final moments every time he gets near them. Worse, Harry is almost unwilling to let go of hearing them, as he's never heard their voices.
22nd Dec '17 3:06:33 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* ''Disney/Frozen'' has Hans leaving Anna for dead in the castle after having her heart (accidentally) frozen by Elsa so that he can usurp the throne. He confronts Elsa fighting through a vicious storm, telling her how her sister froze to death because of her powers, leaving Elsa to [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone grieve]] as he prepares to strike her dead. Her life is only spared when a barely alive Anna [[HeroicSacrifice rushes in to shield her from his sword]], an act of love that saves them both.
19th Nov '17 10:34:22 AM Crino37
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** Earlier, Gus Fring also did this to Hector "Tio" Salamanca, telling him face to face that he [[spoiler: poisoned the whole Cartel ( naming all the members who died) and Hector's grandson Joaquin was killed, finishing his speech introducing Jesse, who's Joaquin's killer and saying that the Salamanca name will die with Hector.]] The incapacitated Hector could do nothing but cry in anger.

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** Earlier, Gus Fring also did this to Hector "Tio" Salamanca, telling him face to face that he [[spoiler: poisoned the whole Cartel ( naming (naming all the members who died) and Hector's grandson Joaquin was killed, finishing his speech introducing Jesse, who's Joaquin's killer and saying that the Salamanca name will die with Hector.]] The incapacitated Hector could do nothing but cry in anger.
19th Nov '17 10:33:08 AM Crino37
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** Earlier, Gus Fring also did this to Hector "Tio" Salamanca, telling him face to face that he [[spoiler: poisoned the whole Cartel ( naming all the members who died) and Hector's grandson Joaquin was killed, finishing his speech introducing Jesse, who's Joaquin's killer and saying that the Salamanca name will die with Hector.]] The incapacitated Hector could do nothing but cry in anger.
5th Sep '17 8:05:54 PM dmcreif
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* ''Series/TheDefenders2017'': Elektra Natchios needs Danny to use the Iron Fist to break down a wall, so she provokes him by taunting him about her slaughter of the monks in K'un-L'un.
24th Aug '17 4:28:31 PM The_Last_Brickman
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* While exploring [[spoiler:Kellogg's memories]] in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'', he's shown taking revenge on a gang for the [[spoiler:murder of his wife and infant daughter]]. The voice heard in the hallways only has a downplayed version of this trope to say:
--> '''Voice:''' How did you ''think'' this was going to end, [[spoiler:Kellogg]]? You really thought you could fuck with us and we wouldn't fuck with you? Just so you know - they died like dogs... and you ''weren't'' there to help them.
--> [[spoiler:''Younger!Kellogg'']]: <kicks door open>
9th Aug '17 4:17:13 PM nighttrainfm
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** Voldemort does this again during the last battle in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' when he [[spoiler:thinks he's finally succeded in killing Harry, brings Harry's body back to Hogwarts, and then tells a false story to all of the fighters inside the castle about how Harry was killed while trying to escape the battle and save himself]].

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** Voldemort does this again during the last battle in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' when he [[spoiler:thinks he's finally succeded in killing Harry, brings Harry's body back to Hogwarts, and then tells a false story to all of the fighters inside the castle about how Harry was killed while trying to escape the battle and save himself]]. himself.]] Once again, no one actually believes him.
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