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5th Sep '17 12:09:16 AM Trustworthy69
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* [[BewareTheNiceOnes Rashid]] in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'' according to his bio strongly dislikes fighting both [[WouldntHitAGirl women]] and children. It's subtly shown in the story mode ''A Shadow Falls'' when he gatecrashes 18-year old Karin's mansion so he get the chess piece macguffin from her. Karin overpowers and restrain him but Rashid just brakes free only wanting to get close enough to snatch the chess piece from her implying he could've fought her seriously but choose not to. Rashid also starts the story mode by attacking two Shadowloo grunts who he assumed were kidnapping little Li-Fen but were actually escorting her.


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** This ironic since killing children was originally a option in Skyrim date-files but Bethesda Softworks just couldn't let it slide. Many suspect players find the children annoying and will even cold bloodily install mods on PC that allow children to be killed by player.
1st Sep '17 10:32:10 AM Mitis
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** In an early episode, they zig-zag the effects of this trope: A hit man was hired to kill a family, but it turns out only killed the parents and adult child but let the younger kid live (threatening to kill them anyway if anyone found out). A couple years later, the hit man "defended his honor" in prison when people started claiming that he killed the kid -- no way, he doesn't kill kids. It's this very action that causes the original people who hired him to hire a ''second'' hit man, one who ''would'' kill a kid, to hunt down the kid and do it right this time (and thus prompting the Machine to give our heroes the kid's number).

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** In an early episode, they zig-zag the effects of this trope: A hit man was hired to kill a family, but it turns out he only killed the parents and adult child but let the younger kid live (threatening to kill them anyway if anyone found out). A couple years later, the hit man "defended his honor" in prison when people started claiming that he killed the kid -- no way, he doesn't kill kids. It's this very action that causes the original people who hired him to hire a ''second'' hit man, one who ''would'' kill a kid, to hunt down the kid and do it right this time (and thus prompting the Machine to give our heroes the kid's number).
29th Aug '17 2:19:40 PM nighttrainfm
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBatmanPublicEnemies'', ComicBook/LexLuthor conspicuously avoids killing or injuring Toyman/Hiro Okamura, instead simply settling for destroying his equipment, even though he's the only [[strike:other]] person smart enough to stop the Kryptonite meteor about to hit Earth and that [[spoiler:by now Lex had gotten so crazy from Kryptonite injections he ''wanted'' the thing to hit the Earth so he could rebuild civilization afterward]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SupermanBatmanPublicEnemies'', ComicBook/LexLuthor conspicuously avoids killing or injuring Toyman/Hiro Okamura, instead simply settling for destroying his equipment, even though he's the only [[strike:other]] person smart enough to stop the Kryptonite meteor about to hit Earth and that [[spoiler:by now Lex had gotten so crazy from Kryptonite injections he ''wanted'' the thing to hit the Earth so he could rebuild civilization afterward]].afterward.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', Mirage is totally on-board with Syndrome's [[spoiler: "kill all supers"]] plan...up until he sends missiles after a plane with two kids on it. That, and the disregard he shows for ''her'' life minutes later, prompts her to betray him and help the Incredibles. She's apparently the only one in Syndrome's whole operation with this principle.
24th Aug '17 2:25:04 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'': [[spoiler: [[PoisonousPerson Stinger]] states he doesn't kill children after being ordered to do so by his supposed boss, Eridoron.]]

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* ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'': ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'': [[spoiler: [[PoisonousPerson Stinger]] states he doesn't kill children after being ordered to do so by his supposed boss, Eridoron.]]
25th Jul '17 1:19:29 AM Kilyle
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** In an early episode, they zig-zag the effects of this trope: A hit man was hired to kill a family, but it turns out only killed the parents and adult child but let the younger kid live (threatening to kill them anyway if anyone found out). A couple years later, the hit man "defended his honor" in prison when people started claiming that he killed the kid -- no way, he doesn't kill kids. It's this very action that causes the original people who hired him to hire a ''second'' hit man, one who ''would'' kill a kid, to hunt down the kid and do it right this time (and thus prompting the Machine to give our heroes the kid's number).
1st Jul '17 7:50:10 PM Flame
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* ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'': [[spoiler: [[PoisonousPerson Stinger]] states he doesn't kill children after being ordered to do so by his supposed boss, Eridoron.]]
** This is briefly overturned in Space 20, when [[spoiler: Stinger goes after Kotaro while under the influence of his brother's poison. Interestingly enough, Kotaro and his younger brother, Jiro, are the children he was ordered to kill in Space 5.]]
28th Jun '17 8:14:20 AM comicwriter
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* In the ''Comicbook/StreetFighter'' comics, a {{Flashback}} reveals that while training a young Chun-Li, Gen killed Geki in self-defense. Unfortunately, due to the assassin's code he followed, he was also honor-bound to permanently silence Chun-Li so that there [[LeaveNoWitnesses would be no witnesses]]. Gen could not bring himself to murder an innocent child, which is what ultimately led to him abandoning his life as an assassin and pursuing a more peaceful existence.
16th Jun '17 10:43:32 AM Gamermaster
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* The ''Anime/SonicX'' dub (like many of Creator/FourKidsEntertainment dub jobs) is famous for the editing out of at least three instances of violence inflicted upon children. The first instance being that of Maria (who not only had an immune disorder in the original, but was shot and killed by a gun soldier who showed considerable angst about it for ''decades'' afterwards- while in the dub she was merely "taken away"). This was closely followed by Christopher Thorndyke in a rather infamous scene which was cut apart repeatedly to edit out the fact that Shadow was throwing-and-smashing-him-into-walls (this resulting in the kid apparently passing out for no reason much to the confusion of a seven year old audience), and finally with the death of a teenaged revolutionary making a suicide run into the Metarex fleet (this time 4kids actually edited out a gravestone in one image).

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* The ''Anime/SonicX'' dub (like many of Creator/FourKidsEntertainment dub jobs) is famous for the editing out of at least three instances of violence inflicted upon children. The first instance being that of Maria (who not only had an immune disorder in the original, but was shot and killed by a gun GUN soldier who showed considerable angst about it for ''decades'' afterwards- while in the dub she was merely "taken away"). This was closely followed by Christopher Thorndyke in a rather infamous scene which was cut apart repeatedly to edit out the fact that Shadow was throwing-and-smashing-him-into-walls (this resulting in the kid apparently passing out for no reason much to the confusion of a seven year old audience), and finally with the death of a teenaged teenage revolutionary making a suicide run into the Metarex fleet (this time 4kids actually edited out a gravestone in one image).
13th Jun '17 7:50:07 AM fungus3
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* In ''Videogame/SlimeRancher'', chickadoos are baby chickens that will never be eaten by slimes. Even ''[[GreyGoo The Tarr]]'' will simply ignore them. However, [[http://cloud-3.steamusercontent.com/ugc/447358114675475917/1E2F6F821443891D630648CD42339E0751F476BE/ all bets are off once the chickaddos reach adulthood...]]
7th May '17 4:46:06 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* In ''Videogame/DarkestDungeon'', an abusive Highwayman will claim as such as a backhanded insult, increasing stress of his target. That said, it is very much implied by [[http://www.darkestdungeon.com/wp-content/uploads/Hwy_final_logo.jpg his comic]] that his guilt over killing an innocent woman and her child is what drove him to becoming TheAtoner.
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