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* Seen in ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'' when Rumisiel discovers [[http://www.misfile.com/?date=2008-07-14 Raechiel's body]].

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* Seen in ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'' when Rumisiel discovers [[http://www.misfile.com/?date=2008-07-14 com/misfile/2008-07-14 Raechiel's body]].

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* In ''Series/AndThenThereWerNone2015'', Anthony Marston is still in the middle of offending everyone in the room with his callousness over having run over two children (a huge nuisance because his license was suspended for six months) when he starts coughing up blood. He staggers around, inadvertantly knocking over Vera and spitting blood into her face, and then expires. Though a search of his room turns up cocaine, further examination shows that he was poisoned with cyanide.

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* Sweets when he dies after getting blunt force trauma to the abdomen on ''Series/{{Bones}}''. Heís bleeding from the mouth when Booth and Brennan get to him.


** Sakura after being impaled with Sasori's sword. The preview has other characters talk like they're mourning her death, only to be interrupted: [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "Cut it out, you guys! I'm still here!"]]

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** Sakura after being impaled with Sasori's sword. The preview has other characters talk like they're mourning her death, only to be interrupted: [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "Cut it out, you guys! I'm still here!"]]here!"

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* ''Fanfic/ThePlanets'': Subverted. After installing Roy's automail arm, Winry notices that he's bleeding from the mouth. It turns out to be nothing serious. Roy just bit his tongue.


However, not all RealLife bloody mouths are immediately dangerous. Damage to the gums in a fistfight, biting your tongue, or a particularly copious nosebleed can just as easily replicate the appearance. When it's not a death trope, blood around the mouth simply indicates the character has just taken a worse beating than usual. Our hero gets smacked around some and ends up with a bloody lip - not a big deal unless there's staggering involved. They might even spit out the blood defiantly, along with [[TeethFlying a tooth]], just to showcase their resolve. Was that hit fatal? If the character wipes the blood away and it ''does not return'', it's cosmetic Blood From the Mouth. Expect to hear MyNameIsInigoMontoya any second now.

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However, not all RealLife bloody mouths are immediately dangerous. Damage to the gums in a fistfight, biting your tongue, or a particularly copious nosebleed can just as easily replicate the appearance. When it's not a death trope, blood around the mouth simply indicates the character has just taken a worse beating than usual. Our hero gets smacked around some and ends up with a bloody lip - not a big deal unless there's staggering involved. They might even [[SpitefulSpit spit out the blood defiantly, defiantly]], along with [[TeethFlying a tooth]], just to showcase their resolve. Was that hit fatal? If the character wipes the blood away and it ''does not return'', it's cosmetic Blood From the Mouth. Expect to hear MyNameIsInigoMontoya any second now.

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* ''Fanfic/{{Somnium}}'': Phillip began bleeding from the mouth after awakening Aurora with TrueLovesKiss. He [[DiedInYourArmsTonight died in her arms]] a moment later.


* ''Film/BatmanReturns'' has the Penguin hacking up something nasty and black right before he finally dies.

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* ''Film/BatmanReturns'' has the Penguin hacking up something nasty and black bile right before he finally dies.

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* In ''Webcomic/InWhichGuzmaIsFrustrated'', Nanu finds Acerola's father dying and bleeding from the mouth after his illness takes a turn for the worse.

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* ''Series/PiliFantasyWarOfDragons:'' the go to for showing an injured character is for them to spit or vomit up blood on occasion due to combat injury, internal injury, ''mystical'' injury, and the like. Understandable given the characters all being ''hand puppets'', so conventional bleeding from wounds is harder to stage, though it does happen (albeit less frequently).


* Mid-way through Chapter 3 of ''VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3'', Kaito begins to fall ill. By the end of the chapter, he starts coughing up blood, and it just gets worse from there. During his execution in Chapter 5, he finally succumbs to this illness and dies before he can be properly executed.

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* Mid-way through Chapter 3 of ''VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3'', ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaV3KillingHarmony'', Kaito begins to fall ill. By the end of the chapter, he starts coughing up blood, and it just gets worse from there. During his execution in Chapter 5, he finally succumbs to this illness and dies before he can be properly executed.

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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', whilst fighting the Older Brother Spider Demon, Zenitsu was poisoned and went through great stress to prepare his Thunder Breath technique to the point he vomited some blood in the middle of his struggle; way later in the series during a comedic extra story Zenitsu vomits blood in pure excitement, as he sees Nezuko wearing a swimsuit, comically dying in the process, itís just a fun extra page though so obviously Zenitsu does not actually die for real.


* In ''Film/GranTorino'', Clint Eastwood's character suffers from an unspecified, presumably deadly illness (implied to be lung cancer, given his smoking habit), and spits blood at regular intervals during the film.

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* In ''Film/GranTorino'', Clint Eastwood's character Walt Kowalksi suffers from an unspecified, presumably deadly illness (implied to be lung cancer, given his smoking habit), and spits blood at regular intervals during the film.



* In ''King of New York'', one of Frank White's men gets shot during the police raid and coughs up copious amounts of blood.

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* In ''King of New York'', ''Film/KingOfNewYork'', one of Frank White's men gets shot during the police raid and coughs up copious amounts of blood.



* Nicole Kidman's character has this as a symptom of her dying in ''Film/MoulinRouge''. Justified since she's dying of tuberculosis and bloody mucus is one of the symptoms.

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* Nicole Kidman's character Satine has this as a symptom of her dying in ''Film/MoulinRouge''. Justified since she's dying of tuberculosis and bloody mucus is one of the symptoms.

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* ''Literature/SurvivorDogs'': Right before he dies of radiation poisoning, [[spoiler:Fiery]] coughs up blood.





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* In the video for Trio's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSwJ2rjUSdc Da Da Da]]", a waitress is stabbed in the back and reappears in a nearby TV set bleeding from the mouth while singing the chorus. Bordering on terrifying.



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* In the video for Trio's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSwJ2rjUSdc Da Da Da]]", a waitress is stabbed in the back and reappears in a nearby TV set bleeding from the mouth while singing the chorus. Bordering on terrifying.
* In part 2 of the ''Synchronicity'' series from Music/{{Vocaloid}}, Rin is shown bleeding from her mouth as a sign that being a [[BarrierMaiden Dragon Diva]] is slowly eating away her life force.
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%%* Exaggerated in ''Webcomic/AirRideAdventures'' with Orange Kirby.



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* In part 2 of the ''Synchronicity'' series from Music/{{Vocaloid}}, Rin is shown bleeding from her mouth as a sign that being a [[BarrierMaiden Dragon Diva]] is slowly eating away her life force.
* A metaphorical use can be seen [[http://akaichounokoe.deviantart.com/art/Anger-Can-be-A-Sickness-523071955 here]], where pent-up anger is a cancer and this is seen, along with tumors. Apparently, the artist draws a lot of those to convey her feelings, negative feelings that is.
* Exaggerated in ''WebOriginal/AirRideAdventures'' with Orange Kirby.


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* A metaphorical use can be seen [[http://akaichounokoe.deviantart.com/art/Anger-Can-be-A-Sickness-523071955 here]], where pent-up anger is a cancer and this is seen, along with tumors. Apparently, the artist draws a lot of those to convey her feelings, negative feelings that is.
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