Where mythical characters get unorthodox depictions.

A character wears a hangman's noose as a fashion accessory

A character is thought to be suicidal when they're really not

A secretary says this, as they vainly try to stop someone from barging into an executive's office.

When a professional, usually an actor or other TV personality, inappropriately maintains the persona nonstop.

Critical Research Failure when it comes to how animals work or act

Online content that the creators of a Video Game add for a while and then withdraw. Cannot be recovered by Save Scumming or starting the game over.

X-Ray reveals something humorous or unusual inside a character or object.

The character is willing to harm a senior.

An owl who is humanoid

Something that comes in two parts.

The teens that die in a horror flick follow these standard roles.

Drugs with names which clearly indicate what they do.

Changing the time on the clock to suit your own needs.

Signs and scenery that offer playing tips.

A speculative fictional character loses all their memory, but still know that <Insert Phlebotinum Here> is not real.

The Reveal happens from the other side of a nearby hill.

A supertrope to the ways a person can be forced to kill themselves.

The very real threat of imminent death is a constant source of emotional despondency.

Characters use superpowers to play sports/other mundane physical activities

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