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

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

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

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

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

Characters use superpowers to play sports/other mundane physical activities.

An owl who is humanoid

Knees Knocking In Fear

Main, Funny, Fanfiction, Nightmare Fuel, Tear Jerker.

Tropes involving break-ups.

The rivalry that is between enlisted troops and commissioned officers.

Lightning/electricity is associated with high speed.

When a work from another country or region is released and takes a long time to reach other shores.

Something that comes in two parts.

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

Dragons that can take on a human form and humans that can take dragon form.

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

Tropes involving sweet foods.

Tropes involving meat.

Historical Hero Upgrade applyed to Myths

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