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[[caption-width-right:320:[-''The Order of Release'' by Sir John Everett Milais-] ]]

For when you don't quite reach DeathTropes -- or even miss them by a mile.

See also ATorturedIndex, BloodyTropes, {{Indexitis}}, ThisIndexIsARealPain, ToxicTropes, and WeaponsAndWieldingTropes.

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!!Tropes

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Categories:
+ AnatomyAgony
+ ScarTropes
]

* AccordionMan: When a person is chopped up so they spread out like an accordion.
* AfterActionHealingDrama: After an action scene, a person is seriously injured and must be healed.
* AfterActionPatchup: Someone gets helped for injuries after an action scene but they're not seriously injured.
* AgonyOfTheFeet: Someone hurts their foot.
* AmusingInjuries: Injuries are PlayedForComedy.
* AndShowItToYou: Someone kills someone else by tearing their heart out and showing it to them.
* AnArmAndALeg: Someone loses a limb.
* AnnoyingArrows: A main character gets shot with arrows but is not killed or seriously injured even when they should be.
* AntiRegeneration: HealingFactor is nullified for some reason.
* AssShove: Sticking something up someone's rectum.
* AttackTheMouth: Someone is hurt or killed by being attacked in their mouth.
* AttackTheTail: An animal gets attacked in their tail.
* BaitAndSwitchGunshot: It looks like someone is getting shot but it turns out that either the gun is not loaded, the shooter gets shot, or someone else gets shot.
* BandagedFace: Someone has bandages over their whole face.
* BandageWince: Someone winces at getting bandaged up.
* BeefBandage: Using meat as a bandage.
* BlindedByTheLight: Someone is blinded (or at least annoyed) by having a light shone in their face.
* BlindingCameraFlash: When Blinded By the Light is caused by a camera flash.
* BloodFromTheMouth: Someone bleeds out of their mouth.
* BloodlessCarnage: Violence happens, but nobody bleeds.
* BloodyHandprint: A hand-print in blood.
* BottledHeroicResolve: A medicine that cures even the worst injuries instantly.
* BreastAttack: A woman gets hit in the breast.
* BulletHolesAndRevelations: Two characters are fighting over a gun and one gets shot but it's initially unclear who.
* ButtSticker: Someone sits on another character, who ends up stuck to the sitter's rear end.
* CareerEndingInjury: Someone gets an injury that makes them unable to do their job or something they wanted to do.
* CarvedMark: Someone carves a pattern or words into themselves or another person's body.
* ChildhoodBrainDamage: Someone's brain was damaged in their infancy or childhood and makes them [[TheDitz dumb]] or even just [[CloudCuckooLander eccentric.]]
* ChokeHolds: Someone chokes.
* ChunkySalsaRule: Someone must be dead if they're ground to a pulp.
* ClawingAtOwnThroat: An insane character scratches their throat.
* CranialEruption: Someone, after getting bumped on the head, gets a huge lump on it.
* ConcussionsGetYouHigh: A concussed person seems like they're high.
* CripplingCastration: The villain sterilises (neuters) the hero.
* CripplingTheCompetition: Someone injures someone so they can't do something they're good at, in order to not have competition.
* CutHimselfShaving: A wound is explained in a ridiculous way that's often a lie.
* DeadlyNosebleed: Someone dies or almost dies due to a nosebleed.
* DeadlyRotaryFan: Someone gets decapitated by a rotary fan.
* DeepSleep: Someone's in a very heavy sleep. Doesn't need to be injury-related but often is.
* DeliberateInjuryGambit: Someone lets themselves get injured on purpose as part of a plan.
* DraggedByTheCollar: A stubborn character gets dragged away by their collar.
* DramaticDislocation: A dislocated joint PlayedForDrama.
* EarAche: Someone gets hurt in their ear.
* EarNotch: A gritty or evil character has a bit out of their ear.
* EyePoke: Someone gets poked in one or both eyes.
* EyeScream: Someone gets injured in their eye.
* FacialHorror: Someone gets hurt in the face.
* FakeArmDisarm: Someone's artificial limb gets wrecked.
* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: Violence that's played seriously.
* FeelNoPain: An inability to feel pain.
* {{Fingore}}: Someone gets hurt in the finger.
* FirstBlood: Two characters are fighting and things turn serious once one bleeds.
* FoldSpindleMutilation: Someone gets injured due to being squeezed into a space.
* FromDressToDressing: Someone's clothes are used as a bandage.
* GameBreakingInjury: A hero gets injured in an important moment.
* GardenHoseSquirtSurprise: A character gets pranked by having to look in a hose and then getting squirted.
* GettingTheBoot: Someone gets literally thrown out of a door.
* GivingUpTheGhost: Someone astral projects for a little bit while unconscious, but neither dies nor has a significant out-of-body experience.
* GoodThingYouCanHeal: A character gets seriously injured but they have powers which means they can heal themselves.
* GroinAttack: Someone (usually a man) is hit in the privates.
* GroundByGears: Someone gets ground up by machinery.
* HammeredIntoTheGround: Someone gets driven into the ground.
* HardHead: Someone gets hit in the head but doesn't get concussed.
* HealItWithBooze: Using alcohol as anaesthesia or pouring it on a wound.
* HealingHerb: Plants that have healing powers.
* HealingPotion: A potion that can heal people.
* HealThyself: Someone is injured in a game but finds a med kit and heals themselves.
* HesOkay: Someone tells someone else that an injured character is okay.
* HoldingYourShoulderMeansInjury: An injured character holds their shoulder with their other hand.
* HowManyFingers: Someone asks someone who could be injured how many fingers they're holding up.
* HumanPincushion: Someone gets a lot of weapons stuck into them.
* IAintGotTimeToBleed: Someone gets hurt but doesn't notice.
* ICanStillFight: Someone has serious injuries but insists they are nothing.
* ImHavingSoulPains: Someone gets hurt in a place that shouldn't be hurt, either a body part that doesn't feel pain (like their hair) or some part that's not a body part (like their soul).
* ImpaledPalm: Someone gets stabbed in the palm of their hand.
* ImOkay: Someone states they're okay even if they logically shouldn't be.
* InstantBandages: Someone instantly gets bandages after being injured.
* InstantSoprano: When a man gets hit in the balls, it makes his voice higher.
* InvisibleHoles: Someone is stabbed with no apparent injuries, but when they take a drink, it pours out of holes in their body.
* IWillOnlySlowYouDown: Someone is injured and left unable to walk on their own during a fight or a chase scene but asks to be abandoned as they believe that being healed or carried would slow the other person/people down.
* JawBreaker: When a monster tries to eat someone, that someone stops it by forcing its jaws open until they break.
* KickingMyOwnButt: Someone hits themselves on purpose.
* {{Kneecapping}}: Deliberately hurting someone's knee/s to slow them down.
* LiteralAssKicking: Someone injures another on their butt.
* MadeOfIron: Someone is able to get injured a lot but still function, or do things that would lead to injury but not get injured.
** DentedIron: Someone appears to be Made of Iron but still sustains a few injuries.
* MadeOfPlasticine: Someone is a lot weaker and easier to injure than would be realistic.
** TorsoWithAView: Someone gets a hole through their torso but neither falls down nor dies.
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Someone shrugs off a serious injury.
* MindYourStep: Someone gets injured due to stepping on a wonky stair.
* MinorInjuryOverreaction: Someone freaks out over getting a minor injury like a paper cut or a stubbed toe.
* MoeGreeneSpecial: Someone is shot in the eye.
* MutilationConga: Someone gradually gets more and more injured, and it's often PlayedForLaughs.
* NauticalKnockout: Someone on a ship is knocked by the boom (the bit under the sail).
* NoOneShouldSurviveThat: Someone gets into a situation that should be lethal but it doesn't kill them.
* NoOSHACompliance: An extremely unsafe industrial area.
* NoProductSafetyStandards: A new product is not tested and it injures or kills someone.
* NormallyIWouldBeDeadNow: Determination and/or toughness prevents a character from dying from extremely serious injuries.
* NoseShove: Someone, usually a child, ends up in hospital from shoving an item up their nose.
* OnlyAFleshWound: Someone gets a injured but seems finer than they should be.
* PainCenter: A part of your body that instantly causes pain or makes pain go away.
* PaperCutting: Someone gets a tiny cut from an attack that couldn't logically have made that small a cut.
* PlankGag: Someone is carrying a long item like a plank and accidentally hits someone else with it.
* PointlessBandAid: Someone has a band-aid on even though they're not hurt.
* PrankInjuries: Pretending to be injured as a prank.
* RealMenGetShot: Getting hurt proves how tough or "cool" someone is.
* RevealingInjury: Someone reveals something because the person they're talking to is injured.
* RoadsideSurgery: Injury so bad it gets immediate surgical attention, regardless of location.
* SecretStabWound: Someone hides a serious wound.
* SelfHarm: Someone injures themselves on purpose.
* SelfMutilationDemonstration: Someone proves they can heal themselves or are immortal by injuring themselves.
* SelfSurgery: Someone tries to treat their own injuries.
* ShareTheMalePain: When a guy gets hit in the privates, it makes other men's privates hurt in sympathy.
* SickeningCrunch: A cracking noise is heard when a character breaks their bone.
* SquashedFlat: A cartoon character gets squashed flat but survives.
* StaircaseTumble: Falling downstairs.
* StandardBleedingSpots: In manga or {{anime}}, bleeding in the mouth, cheek, shoulder, forehead, or (for women) the back, chest or stomach is most common.
* StopHittingYourself: Forcing someone to hit themselves.
* SweepingAshes: A cartoon character gets turned to ash, swept up, but revives themselves.
* SymbolicMutilation: Someone gets mutilated in a symbolic way.
* TapOnTheHead: Someone is seriously injured because of a head injury.
* TearOffYourFace: Someone gets the skin on their face torn off.
* TheNotCatch: Someone tries to catch a falling character but misses.
* TisOnlyABulletInTheBrain: Someone survives being shot in the head.
* TongueTrauma: Someone gets hurt in the tongue.
* TheToothHurts: Someone gets hurt in the tooth.
* WakingUpElsewhere: Something bad happens, which leads to someone getting hit on the head, {{fainting}} and then waking up somewhere else.
* WhatADrag: Someone tortures or kills someone else by dragging them along.
* WhoNeedsTheirWholeBody: Someone survives despite literally not being all in one piece.
* WipeTheFloorWithYou: Someone drags another character against the wall or floor.
* WoundedHeroWeakerHelper: Someone is injured and must be healed by a weaker or more inexperienced character.
* WoundThatWillNotHeal: A wound that never heals or takes a long time to heal.
* YouCallThatAWound: Someone can be resurrected if they're a main character in a video game.
* YouWontFeelAThing: Someone tells someone else "you won't feel a thing", which may or may not be a lie.
* {{Yubitsume}}: Cutting your own pinky off.
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