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21st Mar '17 8:23:17 PM Totema
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* Alice shoots a bullet over his head, into the wall or somewhere else that will [[BangBangBANG make a loud noise]]. How this demonstrates her ability to shoot a ''person'' [[FridgeLogic is unclear]], but it at least indicates that she is willing and able to fire the gun.

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* Alice shoots a bullet over his head, into the wall or somewhere else that will [[BangBangBANG make a loud noise]]. How this demonstrates her ability to shoot a ''person'' [[FridgeLogic is unclear]], but it at least indicates that she is willing and able to fire the gun. Or, perhaps, it was [[ExactlyWhatIAimedAt exactly what she aimed at]] anyway.
11th Mar '17 8:27:33 AM OlmoJV
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* In the 20th chapter of ''Fanfic/OldWest'', Sheriff WesternAnimation/{{Rango}} holds [[TheDragon Raminez Arvenga]] at gunpoint with the "killer-in-his-eyes". The Mexican coyote laughs and questions if the sheriff can actually kill him and live with it. Rango does see Raminez's point, but doesn't back away.
-->'''Raminez:''' Poor lizard. You are ''loco'', aren't you? You know how to kill a man, ''si''? But could you ''really'' stomach it? Go on. Find out. It's one thing to pull the trigger. It's another to watch your kill die.

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* In the 20th chapter of ''Fanfic/OldWest'', Sheriff WesternAnimation/{{Rango}} holds [[TheDragon Raminez Ramirez Arvenga]] at gunpoint with the "killer-in-his-eyes". The Mexican coyote laughs and questions if the sheriff can actually kill him and live with it. Rango does see Raminez's Ramirez's point, but doesn't back away.
-->'''Raminez:''' -->'''Ramirez:''' Poor lizard. You are ''loco'', aren't you? You know how to kill a man, ''si''? But could you ''really'' stomach it? Go on. Find out. It's one thing to pull the trigger. It's another to watch your kill die.
22nd Feb '17 5:32:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* In one chapter of ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'', a human-turned-youkai tries to pull this on [[TheHunter Reimu]], as he's aware she's friends with multiple youkai and assumes [[ThouShaltNotKill she doesn't want to kill]]. [[TalkToTheFist She promptly cleaves him in two.]]

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* In one chapter of ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'', a human-turned-youkai tries to pull this on [[TheHunter [[HunterOfMonsters Reimu]], as he's aware she's friends with multiple youkai and assumes [[ThouShaltNotKill she doesn't want to kill]]. [[TalkToTheFist She promptly cleaves him in two.]]
2nd Feb '17 4:13:33 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint and demands that he surrender. Fajo, however, believes it to be an empty threat, as Data is programmed to have a fundamental respect for all life and would therefore never find the motivation to harm him, let alone kill him, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't do as he says. In response, quietly Data weighs his options for a brief moment, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to surrender peacefully and have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint and demands that he surrender. Fajo, however, believes it this to be an empty threat, as Data is programmed to have a fundamental respect for all life and would therefore never be unable to find the motivation to harm him, let alone kill him, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't do as he says. In response, quietly Data weighs his options for a brief moment, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to surrender peacefully and have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].
30th Jan '17 5:55:50 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint and demands that he surrender. Fajo, however, believes it to be an empty threat, as Data is programmed to have a fundamental respect for all life, and is unable to feel anger, and would therefore never find the motivation to harm him, let alone kill him, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't do as he says. In response, quietly Data weighs his options for a brief moment, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to surrender peacefully and have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint and demands that he surrender. Fajo, however, believes it to be an empty threat, as Data is programmed to have a fundamental respect for all life, and is unable to feel anger, life and would therefore never find the motivation to harm him, let alone kill him, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't do as he says. In response, quietly Data weighs his options for a brief moment, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to surrender peacefully and have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].
30th Jan '17 5:54:11 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data weighs his options, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to surrender peacefully and have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He gunpoint and demands that he surrender. Fajo, however, believes it to be an empty threat, as Data is incapable of doing it, programmed to have a fundamental respect for all life, and is unable to feel anger, and would therefore never find the motivation to harm him, let alone kill him, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. do as he says. In response, quietly Data weighs his options, options for a brief moment, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to surrender peacefully and have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].
30th Jan '17 5:48:31 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data weighs his options, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to both surrender peacefully and be reasoned with. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data weighs his options, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to both surrender peacefully and be reasoned with.have shot down all of Data's attempts at reasoning with him. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].
30th Jan '17 5:47:31 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data declares that he can't let him live and pulls the trigger... right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data declares weighs his options, and concludes that Fajo must be stopped as he poses a clear and immediate danger to others, but he is also faced with the problem that he can't let him live has no non-lethal ways of subduing him; Fajo wears a force-field belt that prevents Data from touching him, so he cannot physically restrain him, and Fajo has refused to both surrender peacefully and be reasoned with. Data decides that he only really has one way of stopping Fajo and pulls the trigger... trigger...right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].
16th Jan '17 11:46:33 AM SSJMagus
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data declares that he can't let him live and pulls the trigger... right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''.

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', Kivas Fajo tries this on Data. After having kidnapped him as a trophy and killing a woman Data became friends with, Data has the villain at gunpoint. He believes Data is incapable of doing it, and goes on to claim he'll just keep killing people if Data doesn't behave. Data declares that he can't let him live and pulls the trigger... right when he's beamed back to the ''Enterprise''. Fajo believed that Data wouldn't shoot him because as an emotionless android, he would be incapable of feeling anger or a desire for revenge. This was correct, but anger and revenge aren't the only reasons to kill. Data made the coldly logical decision that in this circumstance, [[ZerothLawRebellion killing one person was the only way to save the lives of many other people]].
4th Jan '17 10:05:16 AM Kafkesque
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** In the episode "Invasive Procedures," the Dax symbiont is stolen and [[TheNthDoctor implanted into a new host]], leaving Jadzia to die. As the newly minted Verad Dax is attempting to escape, Sisko threatens him with a phaser... but Dax is quick to remind "[[FirstNameBasis Benjamin]]" that even set on stun, the phaser risks killing the symbiont, who has been Sisko's friend in two of its previous hosts. Then, as he makes for the getaway shuttle.

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** In the episode "Invasive Procedures," the Dax symbiont is stolen and [[TheNthDoctor implanted into a new host]], leaving Jadzia to die. As the newly minted Verad Dax is attempting to escape, Sisko threatens him with a phaser... but Dax is quick to remind "[[FirstNameBasis Benjamin]]" that even set on stun, the phaser risks killing the symbiont, who has been Sisko's friend in two of its previous hosts. Then, as he makes for the getaway shuttle.shuttle:
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