History RoaringRampageOfRevenge / LiveActionTV

10th Jul '17 5:44:19 PM infernape612
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* Used in a number of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episodes, and always portrayed in a realistically horrifying way. The most obvious examples are "True Night" (psychotic comic book artist runs around killing the street gang who [[spoiler: murdered his pregnant fiancee in front of him]], "Elephant's Memory" (perennially abused teenager snaps and sets out to kill everyone who's ever wronged him), "House On Fire" (man tries to avenge himself on an entire community for [[spoiler: complicity in beating and driving him out of town]] by trapping them in [[KillItWithFire burning buildings]]), and "Devil's Night" (man [[KillItWithFire burns people alive]] after [[spoiler: his life collapses after a fiery crash that left him in a coma and burned half his face off. Among his kills are the ex-con who hit him, the ex-landlord who kicked him out of his home and the ex-boss who fired him, and other people he felt slighted him just by having happy lives. His rampage would've culminated in the death of his ex-girlfriend and her family, if not for the discovery that his ex-girlfriend had had his child and [[TearJerker the kid isn't afraid of his face]] ]]).

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* Used in a number of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episodes, and always portrayed in a realistically horrifying way. The most obvious examples are "True Night" (psychotic comic book artist runs around killing the street gang who [[spoiler: murdered his pregnant fiancee in front of him]], him]]), "Elephant's Memory" (perennially abused teenager snaps and sets out to kill everyone who's ever wronged him), "House On Fire" (man tries to avenge himself on an entire community for [[spoiler: complicity in beating and driving him out of town]] by trapping them in [[KillItWithFire burning buildings]]), and "Devil's Night" (man [[KillItWithFire burns people alive]] after [[spoiler: his life collapses after a fiery crash that left him in a coma and burned half his face off. Among his kills are the ex-con who hit him, the ex-landlord who kicked him out of his home and the ex-boss who fired him, and other people he felt slighted him just by having happy lives. His rampage would've culminated in the death of his ex-girlfriend and her family, if not for the discovery that his ex-girlfriend had had his child and [[TearJerker the kid isn't afraid of his face]] ]]).



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* The Governor​, after some of his men refuse to attack Rick's group, he mows them down with an assualt rifle

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* ** The Governor​, Governor, after some of his men refuse to attack Rick's group, he mows them down with an assualt assault rifle
1st Jun '17 5:00:55 AM Flame
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* ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'' has Champ/Oushi Black pull this after seeing [[spoiler: Stinger/Sasori Orange]], whom he believes to be responsible for killing [[spoiler: his creator, Professor Anton]]. Later, he pulls this against [[spoiler: Professor's real murderer, Scorpio]]. Stinger/Sasori Orange goes down this path after [[spoiler: his brother's betrayl]]. His next attempt in #16 is cut short by orders from Commander.
9th May '17 10:43:01 AM Party_Poison
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*''TheWalkingDead''
** Main character Rick Grimes goes on a rampage in the underbelly of the prison in season 3 after his wife Lori dies in childbirth. He takes a hatchet and kills any zombie he comes across, taking extra time on the one who ate Lori's remains. He then has a mental breakdowns, hallucinating that his dead friends are talking to him over a rotary phone.
* The Governor​, after some of his men refuse to attack Rick's group, he mows them down with an assualt rifle
10th Apr '17 3:41:26 PM gb00393
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** All the Stark children have a strong desire for revenge against those who harmed their family and their home. Arya in partivular has an ever-expanding kill list of people who have wronged her, her family or her friends, and of those who she sees as particularly evil. Eventually Sansa and Jon succeed in extracting this from the Boltons, who they wipe out forever with the death of Ramsay Bolton, while Arya murders "Lame" Lothar Frey, "Black" Walder Rivers and Lord Walder Frey; the latter was the last surviving conspirator for the Red Wedding and the former two murdered Talisa and Catelyn.

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** All the Stark children have a strong desire for revenge against those who harmed their family and their home. Arya in partivular particular has an ever-expanding kill list of people who have wronged her, her family or her friends, and of those who she sees as particularly evil. Eventually Sansa and Jon succeed in extracting this from the Boltons, who they wipe out forever with the death of Ramsay Bolton, while Arya murders "Lame" Lothar Frey, "Black" Walder Rivers and Lord Walder Frey; the latter was the last surviving conspirator for the Red Wedding and the former two murdered Talisa and Catelyn.
10th Apr '17 3:40:56 PM gb00393
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** All the Stark children have a strong desire for revenge against those who harmed their family and their home. Eventually Sansa and Jon succeed in extracting this from the Boltons, who they wipe out forever with the death of Ramsay Bolton, while Arya murders "Lame" Lothar Frey, "Black" Walder Rivers and Lord Walder Frey; the latter was the last surviving conspirator for the Red Wedding and the former two murdered Talisa and Catelyn.

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** All the Stark children have a strong desire for revenge against those who harmed their family and their home. Arya in partivular has an ever-expanding kill list of people who have wronged her, her family or her friends, and of those who she sees as particularly evil. Eventually Sansa and Jon succeed in extracting this from the Boltons, who they wipe out forever with the death of Ramsay Bolton, while Arya murders "Lame" Lothar Frey, "Black" Walder Rivers and Lord Walder Frey; the latter was the last surviving conspirator for the Red Wedding and the former two murdered Talisa and Catelyn.
27th Mar '17 8:58:26 AM gb00393
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* Set up but ultimately subverted in a ''Series/GameOfThrones'' episode. After finding his new friends murdered by members of the Brotherhood Without Banners, Sandor Clegane seizes an axe and starts hunting them down... only to find that the murderers have already been captured by the rest of the Brotherhood and were about to be hanged as punishment. They offer Clegane the opportunity to kill one personally as vengeance, but he's already so disappointed by the anticlimactic situation that he takes little satisfaction in the act itself.

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Set up but ultimately subverted in a ''Series/GameOfThrones'' an episode. After finding his new friends murdered by members of the Brotherhood Without Banners, Sandor Clegane seizes an axe and starts hunting them down... only to find that the murderers have already been captured by the rest of the Brotherhood and were about to be hanged as punishment. They offer Clegane the opportunity to kill one personally as vengeance, but he's already so disappointed by the anticlimactic situation that he takes little satisfaction in the act itself.itself.
** All the Stark children have a strong desire for revenge against those who harmed their family and their home. Eventually Sansa and Jon succeed in extracting this from the Boltons, who they wipe out forever with the death of Ramsay Bolton, while Arya murders "Lame" Lothar Frey, "Black" Walder Rivers and Lord Walder Frey; the latter was the last surviving conspirator for the Red Wedding and the former two murdered Talisa and Catelyn.
6th Dec '16 6:03:48 AM skidoo23
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** The three-part finale of Series 9 is centred in part around this with regards to the Doctor. Before his companion, Clara, is KilledOffForReal, she spends her final minutes consoling the Doctor in part to stop him from going on a rampage after he begins to threaten this to those responsible for her imminent death. She is only partially successful.
27th Oct '16 8:46:17 AM bjshipley1
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* Set up but ultimately subverted in a ''Series/GameOfThrones'' episode. After finding his new friends murdered by members of the Brotherhood Without Banners, Sandor Clegane seizes an axe and starts hunting them down... only to find that the murderers have already been captured by the rest of the Brotherhood and were about to be hanged as punishment. They offer Clegane the opportunity to kill one personally as vengeance, but he's already so disappointed by the anticlimactic situation that he takes little satisfaction in the act itself.
28th Jun '16 9:37:48 AM Akaihiryuu
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** The Master has gotten a short, but very memorable one, near the end of second part of "The End of Time". Earlier, it was discovered the 'sound of drums' in his head which drove him ''insane'' since he was 8 was actually a beacon for the trapped Time Lords to try and break the Time Lock. After the Doctor TakesAThirdOption to stop the return of Gallifrey and the Time Lords, the Master repays his old friend and wreaks vengeance against Rassilon for having been the cause of the mental torment since childhood, having shot ''blasts at energy'' at him.

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** The Master has gotten a short, but very memorable one, near the end of second part of "The End of Time". Earlier, it was discovered the 'sound of drums' in his head which drove him ''insane'' since he was 8 was actually a beacon for the trapped Time Lords to try and break the Time Lock. After the Doctor TakesAThirdOption to stop the return of Gallifrey and the Time Lords, the Master repays his old friend and wreaks vengeance against Rassilon for having been the cause of the mental torment since childhood, having shot ''blasts at energy'' at him. The next time we see The Master or Rassilon, they have both regenerated, implying that [[MutualKill they killed each other]] in the aforementioned encounter.
25th Apr '16 7:56:39 PM SomberCaelifera
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** John himself spends an entire episode pursuing [[DirtyCop Officer Simmons]], following the previous episode when Simmon fatally shot [[FriendOnTheForce Detective Carter]], all while being severely injured himself. He torches a car with people inside, breaks a man's legs and leaves him hanging, then [[OneManArmy single-handedly neutralizes an entire squad of U.S. Marshalls]] to get to the only person who knows Simmons' location, and [[ToThePain promises torture]] if the information isn't given.

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** John himself spends an entire episode pursuing [[DirtyCop Officer Simmons]], following the previous episode when Simmon Simmons fatally shot [[FriendOnTheForce Detective Carter]], all while being severely injured himself. He torches a car with people inside, breaks a man's legs and leaves him hanging, then [[OneManArmy single-handedly neutralizes an entire squad of U.S. Marshalls]] Marshals]] to get to the only person who knows Simmons' location, and [[ToThePain promises torture]] if the information isn't given.
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