A character is chained to a heavy object to keep them out of the way. They later show up dragging the item with them.

If it's purple and green it's scary.

A characters use of certain titles to refer to their parents shows their relationship to them.

A word, sentence, or even speeches like What the Hell, Hero? or The Reason You Suck that can make the person receiving it have a My God, What Have I Done? moment.

Getting trained on how to be a Proper Lady or a Gentleman And A Scholar

The handheld light source doesn't need to be held on hand to be used.

A woman wearing a prominent string of pearls is likely to get them yanked off her neck... of rip them off herself.

A princess by neither blood nor marriage.

A character's unwillingness or inability to drive a car reveals some character traits.

Using the symbol the Eye Of Horus to symbolize Egypt, its mythology and other things affiliated with it.

A character is killed by being depowered

There are two sides in dispute, and the characters must choose one of them.

Characters remove protective gear as soon as possible, no matter how much potential danger there is.

Trying to get a person near death to not exert themselves and worsen their condition.

Orange can symbolize energy and vitality (passion of red, happiness of yellow) and characters with these traits tend to associate with it.

Luring an enemy into consuming something that is poisoned by eating some of it yourself. (Or appearing to do so.)

A real species that resembles a fictional one is discovered later on.

A work displays chapter titles onscreen throughout the course of the story.

Someone promises to do something embarrassing or painful if something happens, to show how unlikely they think it is. And then it actually happens.

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