: A character wants/must kill everyone on his/her list.
- Straight: After Emperor Barodius abuses Luna Nightshade, she slaughters his minions until she reaches him, letting her evil side take over.
- Exaggerated: Luna wants to slaughter everyone related to Emperor Barodius through the Fantastic Racism she experiences.
- Downplayed: ???
- Justified: ???
- Inverted: After Barodius abuses Lena, she runs away from him.
- Subverted: Luna make a list of people she would like to see dead, and then present it, along with evidences, to the police.
- Double Subverted: Then after the police won't do anything about them, Luna makes a deal with Void 4 to slaughter all life on Gundalia
- Parodied: Bob's kill-list is composed of the names of people who have done the pettiest wrongs to him.
- Crossing my way without notice in a busy traffic. Charlie
- Letting his dog shit on my lawn. Dave
- Listening to Justin Bieber
within my earshotnote
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Bob doesn't make a list of people he would like to see dead, he simply goes after any and all member of the criminal organization.
- Enforced: The show's formula calls for a murder at the beginning of each episode, with the victim played by a celebrity guest.
- Lampshaded: "You're a very ordered person, aren't you?"
- Invoked: The detective realizes that Bob is going to kill everyone on the guest list of his dinner party.
- Exploited: The criminal organization hires a particularly intelligent hitman who recreates Bob's list, and strike Bob least expectedly when Bob is about to kill seemingly unconnected target.
- Defied: After Bob realize that some targets are easier to kill than the other, he simply become flexible in who he must kill first, and he's not limiting himself to killing people who killed his parents. As long as they are organization member and killing them will make it easier for Bob to kill the supposed targets, Bob will kill them.
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: ???
- Deconstructed: Bob's methodical killing-spree has made him a cold and ruthless person. By the time all the people he wants dead are dead, he's no longer the Bob his friends and families used to know.
- Reconstructed: Bob's methodical killing-spree prevented him from going into depth of depression. While he is killing people, he is not killing random people— this moral high ground is enough justification for Bob to be at peace with himself.
. Next Objective
: Return to Gotta Kill Them All
and await for instructions.