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* Season 114 sees the infamously [[TheVoiceless silent]] [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Michael Myers]] not only do a Chinese cowboy impression, but one that [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]], [[EvenEvilHasStandards of all people, found stomach ulcer-rupturingly offensive.]]


** And in Season 74, she also manages to drill holes into WebVideo/SolarSands and butcher Z-Group Knifeman. Makes you wonder where she learned how to use those weapons.

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** And in Season 74, she also manages to drill holes into WebVideo/SolarSands and butcher [[Anime/ToumeiShounenTanteiAkira Z-Group Knifeman.Knifeman]]. Makes you wonder where she learned how to use those weapons.


* In the pilot season, Advertising/SegataSanshiro somehow manages to find a ''previous'' season's tribute's corpse. While Tropers/IchigoMontoya speculated that he probably found the buried remains of [[VideoGame/{{Smite}} Ares]] from the Original Generation's GrandFinale, it still [[VoodooShark doesn't explain how the remains managed to transcend continuities.]]

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* In the pilot season, Advertising/SegataSanshiro somehow manages to find a ''previous'' season's tribute's corpse. While Tropers/IchigoMontoya speculated that he Segata probably found the buried remains of [[VideoGame/{{Smite}} Ares]] from the Original Generation's GrandFinale, it still [[VoodooShark doesn't explain how the remains managed to transcend continuities.]]

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* In Season 6, [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Zebes]], a ''planet'', somehow manages to disguise itself as other tributes twice: once as the [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 the Swarmlord]] via [[Literature/HarryPotter Polyjuice Potion]], and once as [[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Mepps]] in order to kill [[Franchise/AceAttorney Miles Edgeworth.]]


* In Season 18, [[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine Thomas the Dank Engine]] gets stung by tracker jackers and dies from their toxins, despite being a ''train.''

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* In Season 18, WesternAnimation/{{Thomas the|TankEngine}} [[MemeticMutation Dank]] [[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine Thomas the Dank Engine]] gets stung by tracker jackers and dies from their toxins, despite being a ''train.''



* In Season 52, [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 the Sandvich]] is {{Mind Rape}}d and DrivenToSuicide despite being, well, a ''sandwich''.

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* In Season 52, [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 the Sandvich]] is {{Mind Rape}}d and DrivenToSuicide by Phantoms [[WesternAnimation/InsideOut Sadness and Anger]] despite being, well, a ''sandwich''.



* Season 68 gives us [[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Kakashi]] somehow failing to climb a tree and plummeting to his death, despite the fact that he's a fully-fledged ninja who should have no problems when it comes to tree-climbing.
* In Season 76, [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Young Toph]] cries while holding a photo of her friends and family despite being blind.
* In Season 90, [[Literature/HarryPotter Hedwig]] manages to somehow gag [[Film/SuicideSquad2016 El Diablo]] and tie him to a rock before leaving him to die. What's more, the latter [[ForgotAboutHisPowers doesn't think to just burn through the gag and rope with his fire powers.]]

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* Season 68 gives us [[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Kakashi]] Kakashi Hatake]] somehow failing to climb a tree and plummeting to his death, despite the fact that he's a fully-fledged ninja who should have no problems when it comes to tree-climbing.
* In Season 76, [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Young Toph]] Toph Beifong]] cries while holding a photo of her friends and family despite being blind.
* In Season 90, [[Literature/HarryPotter Hedwig]] manages to somehow gag [[Film/SuicideSquad2016 [[ComicBook/SuicideSquad El Diablo]] and tie him to a rock before leaving him to die. What's more, the latter [[ForgotAboutHisPowers doesn't think to just burn through the gag and rope with his fire powers.]]



* Season 174 gives us [[WesternAnimation/FindingNemo Marlin and Nemo]], who followed their friend Dory's footsteps ([[HumorMode not that the three of them have feet anyway]]) at [[ImprobableWeaponUser improbable weapon usage]] more than once. Such as destroying a guitar (albeit a particularly murderous one) and [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro Cynder]] using '''a rocket launcher'''. In the Feast, they managed to bash [[VideoGame/NightInTheWoods Bea's]] head against a rock until she died. Earlier, they also taped knives to their eyes and stabbed [[Manga/MadeInAbyss Mitty]] to death.

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* Season 174 gives us [[WesternAnimation/FindingNemo Marlin and Nemo]], who followed their friend Dory's footsteps ([[HumorMode not that the three of them have feet anyway]]) at [[ImprobableWeaponUser improbable weapon usage]] more than once. Such as destroying a guitar (albeit a particularly murderous one) and [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro Evil Cynder]] using '''a rocket launcher'''. In the Feast, they managed to bash [[VideoGame/NightInTheWoods Bea's]] head against a rock until she died. Earlier, they also taped knives to their eyes and stabbed [[Manga/MadeInAbyss Mitty]] to death.



* Season 8 not only had the tributes not taking their chance to escape once the [[Literature/TheHungerGames Arena Forcefield]] burned up in lava, it also had [[MemeticMutation This Ain't It]]![[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Kakashi]] somehow launching [[VisualNovel/SuperDanganronpa2 Fuyuhiko Kuzuryuu]] into it by feeding him extremely delicious [[TrademarkFavoriteFood karinto.]] [[EpilepticTrees Either the Peacekeepers rebuilt it, or Fuyuhiko was launched straight into space, never to be seen again.]]

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* Season 8 not only had the tributes not taking their chance to escape once the [[Literature/TheHungerGames Arena Forcefield]] burned up in lava, it also had [[MemeticMutation This Ain't It]]![[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Kakashi]] somehow launching [[VisualNovel/SuperDanganronpa2 [[VisualNovel/Danganronpa2GoodbyeDespair Fuyuhiko Kuzuryuu]] into it by feeding him extremely delicious [[TrademarkFavoriteFood karinto.]] [[EpilepticTrees Either the Peacekeepers rebuilt it, or Fuyuhiko was launched straight into space, never to be seen again.]]

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* Season 8 not only had the tributes not taking their chance to escape once the [[Literature/TheHungerGames Arena Forcefield]] burned up in lava, it also had [[MemeticMutation This Ain't It]]![[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Kakashi]] somehow launching [[VisualNovel/SuperDanganronpa2 Fuyuhiko Kuzuryuu]] into it by feeding him extremely delicious [[TrademarkFavoriteFood karinto.]] [[EpilepticTrees Either the Peacekeepers rebuilt it, or Fuyuhiko was launched straight into space, never to be seen again.]]


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* During Season 232's Bloodbath, UsefulNotes/StephenHawking, a wheelchair-bound paraplegic, somehow manages to push [[Film/{{Solo}} Dryden Vos]], a ruthless crime lord who's skilled with a blade, off a cliff [[DeathByIrony during a knife fight.]]

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* During Season 232's Bloodbath, UsefulNotes/StephenHawking, a wheelchair-bound paraplegic, somehow manages to push [[Film/{{Solo}} Dryden Vos]], a ruthless crime lord who's skilled with a blade, off a cliff [[DeathByIrony during a knife fight.]]]]
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* During Season 232's Bloodbath, UsefulNotes/StephenHawking, a wheelchair-bound paraplegic, somehow manages to push [[Film/{{Solo}} Dryden Vos]], a ruthless crime lord who's skilled with a blade, off a cliff during a knife fight.

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* During Season 232's Bloodbath, UsefulNotes/StephenHawking, a wheelchair-bound paraplegic, somehow manages to push [[Film/{{Solo}} Dryden Vos]], a ruthless crime lord who's skilled with a blade, off a cliff [[DeathByIrony during a knife fight.]]


* In Season 203, [[Literature/HarryPotter Lily Potter]] manages to destroy [[Literature/TheHungerGames the arena forcefield]]. One has to wonder why exactly the remaining tributes didn't take this opportunity to escape.

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* In Season 203, [[Literature/HarryPotter Lily Potter]] manages to destroy [[Literature/TheHungerGames the arena forcefield]]. One has to wonder why exactly the remaining tributes didn't take this opportunity to escape.escape.
* During Season 232's Bloodbath, UsefulNotes/StephenHawking, a wheelchair-bound paraplegic, somehow manages to push [[Film/{{Solo}} Dryden Vos]], a ruthless crime lord who's skilled with a blade, off a cliff during a knife fight.


** In Season 180, [[Film/{{Rubber}} Robert the Killing Tyre]] manages to kidnap [[Literature/TheHungerGames President Snow]], which begs the question: ''How the hell do you get kidnapped by a friggin' ''tyre''!?!''


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* In Season 180, [[Film/{{Rubber}} Robert the Killing Tyre]] manages to kidnap [[Literature/TheHungerGames President Snow]], which begs the question: ''How the hell do you get kidnapped by a friggin' ''tyre''!?!''


** In Season 180, [[Film/{{Rubber}} Robert the Killing Tyre]] manages to kidnap [[Literature/TheHungerGames President Snow]], which begs the question: ''How the hell do you get kidnapped by a friggin' ''tyre''!?!''



** In Season 213, a pile of literal scrap somehow builds a mansion.



* In Season 180, [[Film/{{Rubber}} Robert the Killing Tyre]] manages to kidnap [[Literature/TheHungerGames President Snow]], which begs the question: ''How the hell do you get kidnapped by a friggin' ''tyre''!?!''



* In Season 203, [[Literature/HarryPotter Lily Potter]] manages to destroy [[Literature/TheHungerGames the arena forcefield]]. One has to wonder why exactly the remaining tributes didn't take this opportunity to escape.
* In Season 213, a pile of literal scrap somehow builds a mansion.

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* In Season 203, [[Literature/HarryPotter Lily Potter]] manages to destroy [[Literature/TheHungerGames the arena forcefield]]. One has to wonder why exactly the remaining tributes didn't take this opportunity to escape.
* In Season 213, a pile of literal scrap somehow builds a mansion.
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* In Season 203, [[Literature/HarryPotter Lily Potter]] manages to destroy [[Literature/TheHungerGames the arena forcefield]]. One has to wonder why exactly the remaining tributes didn't take this opportunity to escape.

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* In Season 203, [[Literature/HarryPotter Lily Potter]] manages to destroy [[Literature/TheHungerGames the arena forcefield]]. One has to wonder why exactly the remaining tributes didn't take this opportunity to escape.escape.
* In Season 213, a pile of literal scrap somehow builds a mansion.

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