If this person is found or captured, kill them immediately.

A magical musical instrument, whose powers can be used by playing it.

Magic users held against their will for their powers

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

Drugs with names which clearly indicate what they do.

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

Knees Knocking In Fear

Tropes about baked products and baking,

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

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

A wild animal raised by humans is released into the wild

A pet animal, usually a dog or cat, escapes their home and lives on their own.

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.

The character is willing to harm a senior.

Signs and scenery that offer playing tips.

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.

A person is transformed into an object that is normally inanimate.

They are anything but normal, but they still get by with their skill and wits

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