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* TragicAidsStory

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* DisintegrationChamber: A science fiction method of executing people by putting them in some kind of chamber where they are zapped into nonexistence.


++ TropesOfTheSoul: Tropes about the soul or spirit that is believed to continue existing and move on to the afterlife after the death of one's physical body.

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++ TropesOfTheSoul: Tropes about the soul or spirit that is believed to continue existing and move on to the afterlife after the death of one's physical body.body, thus allowing entrance to the afterlife.


++ TropesOfTheSoul: Tropes about the soul or spirit that is believed to move on after one's death.

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++ TropesOfTheSoul: Tropes about the soul or spirit that is believed to continue existing and move on to the afterlife after the death of one's death.physical body.


++ TropesOfTheSoul: Tropes about the soul or spirit that is believed to move on after one's death.
++ UndeadIndex: Beings that have died and are supposed to stay dead, but now they're (poorly) trying to act like they're alive again.



+ UndeadIndex: Beings that have died and are supposed to stay dead, but now they're (poorly) trying to act like they're alive again.

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* KneeFoldFallOfDefeat: Fatally wounded character falls to his knees then dies landing face first on the ground.


** DeathIsCheap: A setting where it is ridiculously easy for the dead to come back to life.

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** DeathIsCheap: A setting where it is When it's ridiculously easy for the dead people to come back to life.life more than once.







* BuryYourGays: Gay people get killed.

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* BuryYourGays: Gay people get When the token gay characters end up getting killed.



* CelestialBureaucracy: There's a bureaucracy dedicated to sorting out where the deceased are supposed to go.
** DivineMisfile: Oops, wrong afterlife.

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* CelestialBureaucracy: There's a spiritual bureaucracy dedicated to sorting out where the souls of the deceased are supposed to go.
** DivineMisfile: Oops, wrong afterlife.afterlife!



* CensoredChildDeath: Children are killed off-screen.



* CoupDeGrace: The final blow that kills.

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* CoupDeGrace: The final blow that kills.kills, often done to finish off a defeated opponent at the end of a fight.



* DeathIsCheap: Where characters who die rarely ''stay'' dead.


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** PlayerDeathIsDramatic: When the PlayerCharacter in a video game gets killed, the GameOver screen makes a big spectacle out of it.


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** CensoredChildDeath: Children are killed offscreen, or the camera obscured this when it happened.

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* DeathIsCheap: Where characters who die rarely ''stay'' dead.

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* TheDarknessBeforeDeath: A dying character's vision fails.

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* InstantFishKill: Large amounts of fish immediately die when something happens to the water around them.


* RoastedAlive: A person is cooked alive in an oven.


%%* RoastedAlive: A person is cooked alive in an oven.

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%%* * RoastedAlive: A person is cooked alive in an oven.


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* WoodChipperOfDoom: A running wood chipper or a similar machine is used as a method of murder and/or gory body disposal.

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