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26th Aug '16 12:31:29 AM DokutaMaki
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*In Webcomic/Whomp, [[http://www.whompcomic.com/2012/01/25/cookie-ronster/ this is Ronnie's reaction]] [[ComicalOverreacting to a simple trick involving cookies and milk.]]
23rd Aug '16 5:42:23 PM jayharrison
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* Spike's head explodes twice, via BloodlessCarnage, in the WesternAnimation/{{Droopy}} shorts "Wags to Riches" and [[UpdatedRerelease "Millionaire Droopy"]].
** Spike's head first explodes after dressing up as a press photographer. After rigging a camera with a mortar shell in place of film aimed in [=Droopy=]'s direction, the camera turns around and fires at Spike. After the photo is taken, Spike leaves with a blanket hovering over an empty space where his head used to be.
** The second time comes up when Spike sets up a shotgun to fire when a bathroom door opens. [=Droopy=] enters the bathroom, but nothing happens. When Spike opens it... yeah. The carnage is hidden by the bathroom wall and is further obfuscated by a card conveniently located on an easily accessible table.
* One early episode of ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' involves Rocko buying groceries at a very deep discount. The only shopping cart available for him is missing some wheels. The grinding sound it makes is so annoying, one shopper pulls his ears so hard in frustration that his head pops like a balloon.
12th Aug '16 3:50:31 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In at least one version of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', there was an obtainable Skull called 'Grunt Birthday Party' that, when picked up, made it so that when you scored a headshot on a Grunt, [[MadeOfExplodium the whole thing blew up]]. Into clouds of confetti. While little children cheer. And the confetti actually causes, albeit small, damage to nearby enemies.
** Fun fact: Those cheering children is from ''VideoGame/VivaPinata''.
** This is its effect in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}''. The skull also appears in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'', where its effect is slightly different. There is no confetti or children - the enemy just blows up exactly like a plasma grenade. Also, the effect works on any enemy with a head, not just Grunts.

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* In at least one version of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', almost every ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' game, there was is an obtainable Skull called 'Grunt "Grunt Birthday Party' Party" that, when picked up, made it so that when you scored a headshot on a Grunt, [[MadeOfExplodium the whole thing its head blew up]]. Into clouds of confetti. While little children cheer. And in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' the confetti actually causes, albeit small, damage to nearby enemies.
** Fun fact: Those cheering children is are from ''VideoGame/VivaPinata''.
** This is its effect in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}''. The skull also appears original version of this Skull appeared in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'', where its effect is slightly different. There is no confetti or children - the enemy just blows up exactly like a plasma grenade. Also, the effect works on any enemy with a head, not just Grunts.
21st Jul '16 9:13:06 PM Jake18
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* Scoring a headshot with a strong enough weapon in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs'' will result in this trope. Even better, instead of [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation leaving a neck stump with a clean white bone sticking out like a blob of mozzarella on an incredibly poorly made margherita]], the lower half of the victim's head will be left behind, which is TruthInTelevision for those killed by high-caliber bullets to the head.
* In ''VideoGame/TheLastStand'', zombie heads occasionally explode when shot.



* In ''VideoGame/TheLastStand'', zombie heads occasionally explode when shot.
19th Jul '16 5:07:47 PM nombretomado
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* This happens surprisingly often on ''OneThousandWaysToDie'', even though exploding heads are impossible with the vast majority of death scenarios shown.

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* This happens surprisingly often on ''OneThousandWaysToDie'', ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie'', even though exploding heads are impossible with the vast majority of death scenarios shown.
11th Jul '16 12:56:44 PM skidoo23
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** It should be noted though that this is not always the result of "eating a gun". For example, the infamous "Bjork Stalker", according to the FBI, had intended to cover a sign situated behind his head with blood and gore by shooting himself in the mouth. But the bullet he used was too small a calibre and didn't exit his head (as a result, the suicide video - and yes, it is online of you really want to see it - is actually bloodless, though he still bled out off-camera).
1st Jul '16 9:19:18 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''EclipsePhase'', this is a side-effect of using the emergency backup farcaster.

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* In ''EclipsePhase'', ''TabletopGame/EclipsePhase'', this is a side-effect of using the emergency backup farcaster.[[BrainUploading backup]] [[BodyBackupDrive farcaster]]. Since it's powered by antimatter.
30th Jun '16 11:08:34 AM Jake18
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* In ''VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine'', [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] usually cause PinkMist but [[spoiler:later on in the game, as Walker begins to go unhinged, the headshot animation switches from the more realistic to constant full-on head explodey, with only a bleeding stump left. If you actually start paying attention to the shift it can get fairly disturbing.]]
** This also happens in a cutscene, when [[spoiler:Lugo headshots unarmed Radioman.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine'', [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] usually cause PinkMist but [[spoiler:later on in using a sufficiently powerful weapon such as a shotgun or the game, as Walker begins to go unhinged, the headshot animation switches from the more realistic to constant full-on head explodey, with only a bleeding stump left. If you actually start paying attention to the shift it can get fairly disturbing.]]
** This also happens
Desert Eagle will result in a cutscene, when [[spoiler:Lugo headshots unarmed Radioman.]]this trope.
11th Jun '16 4:18:42 PM nombretomado
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* The first time the protagonist uses the eponymous blade from the ''SwordOfTruth'' series, the powerful magic in the sword makes his enemy's head explode -- in slow motion, no less.

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* The first time the protagonist uses the eponymous blade from the ''SwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series, the powerful magic in the sword makes his enemy's head explode -- in slow motion, no less.
9th Jun '16 6:39:15 AM StClair
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** In ''Fallout 3'', using the Mesmetron to collect slaves has a random chance effect of pissing them off for a few seconds before their heads pop. Likewise, anyone successfully enslaved gets a head-popping collar just to keep them in line.

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** In ''Fallout 3'', using the Mesmetron to collect slaves has a random chance effect of pissing them off for a few seconds before their heads pop. Likewise, anyone successfully enslaved gets a head-popping collar an ExplosiveLeash just to keep them in line.



** The Lone Wanderer's descriptions are hilarious:
-->"Well, at least it's non-lethal for people. For Mole Rats... not so much."
-->"It repelled their limbs from their body. Can you make one that works on people?"
-->"It appears that Mole Rats have a most fatal allergy to it. Explosively so."
-->"It's like explosive whack-a-Mole Rat. Can I get it in bullet form? For people?"
-->"It gives them quite a kick, like too much Jet or something."
** The add-on Mothership Zeta will have your head explode if you don't put your spacesuit on before opening the room's bay doors. {{Explosive decompression}} for the win! Which leaves one to wonder why you can open the bay doors when your hand, because of your Pip-Boy, is clearly exposed.
** ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' also has the exploding slave collars. As a twist, the ''Dead Money'' DLC puts the collar is on ''you''. And thanks to interference from the Sierra Madre's sound system, straying too close to active speakers or ham radios for too long leads to warning beeps that grow faster and faster until ''BOOM splat!''

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** *** The Lone Wanderer's descriptions are hilarious:
-->"Well, --->"Well, at least it's non-lethal for people. For Mole Rats... not so much."
-->"It --->"It repelled their limbs from their body. Can you make one that works on people?"
-->"It --->"It appears that Mole Rats have a most fatal allergy to it. Explosively so."
-->"It's --->"It's like explosive whack-a-Mole Rat. Can I get it in bullet form? For people?"
-->"It --->"It gives them quite a kick, like too much Jet or something."
** The add-on Mothership Zeta will have your head explode if you don't put your spacesuit on before opening the room's bay doors. {{Explosive decompression}} for the win! Which Though that [[FridgeLogic leaves one to wonder wonder]] why you can open the bay doors when your hand, because of your Pip-Boy, is clearly exposed.
** ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' also has the exploding slave collars. As a twist, the ''Dead Money'' DLC puts the collar is on ''you''. And thanks to interference from the Sierra Madre's sound system, straying too close to active speakers or ham radios for too long leads to warning beeps that grow faster and faster until ''BOOM splat!''
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