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* CreepyCemetery: Dark cemetery filled with ghosts and monsters.

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* StatuesMonumentsAndMemorials
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* TwentyOneGunSalute: 21-gun or three-volley salutes performed for departed officers or military personal.

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* TwentyOneGunSalute: 21-gun or three-volley salutes performed at funerals for departed officers or military personal.



* MeaningfulFuneral
* MemorialStatue
* MissingManFormation

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* MeaningfulFuneral
MeaningfulFuneral: Character's funeral brings out things about them and their mourners that wouldn't have come up otherwise.
* MemorialStatue
MemorialStatue: A statue to honor the deceased.
* MissingManFormationMissingManFormation: A ceremonial incomplete formation done to honor a dead teammate.



* PeacefulInDeath
* UsefulNotes/ThePoppy

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* PeacefulInDeath
PeacefulInDeath: A dead person is shown to be at peace.
* UsefulNotes/ThePoppyUsefulNotes/ThePoppy: The Commonwealth symbol of [[DueToTheDead remembrance for the war dead]].



* SupernaturallyMarkedGrave
* TalkingToTheDead
* {{Taps}}
* ThreeVolleyFlinch

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* SupernaturallyMarkedGrave
SupernaturallyMarkedGrave: After someone dies, they disappear and the ground where their corpse was changes to signify their death.
* TalkingToTheDead
TalkingToTheDead: Talking to the dead while visiting their graves.
* {{Taps}}
{{Taps}}: A musical piece sounded at military funerals.
* ThreeVolleyFlinchThreeVolleyFlinch: Someone is at a funeral for a military person, and at the sound of the rifles firing, they flinch.



* WarMemorial

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* WarMemorialWarMemorial: Monuments dedicated to fallen soldiers.



** FieldOfBlades
* WidowsWeeds

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** FieldOfBlades
FieldOfBlades: Swords stuck in the ground to represent the casualties of a war.
* WidowsWeedsWidowsWeeds: Woman wears certain clothes when they are in mourning.


* CheerfulFuneral
* ClownCarGrave
* CoinsForTheDead
* CoffinContraband
* CrammingTheCoffin

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* CheerfulFuneral
CheerfulFuneral: A funeral is a celebratory occasion.
* ClownCarGrave
ClownCarGrave: An absurd or limitless amount of enemies spawning out of a disproportionately smaller area.
* CoinsForTheDead
CoinsForTheDead: Coins are left for the dead so they can use them to pay in the afterlife.
* CoffinContraband
CoffinContraband: Hiding illegal goods in a coffin or tomb.
* CrammingTheCoffinCrammingTheCoffin: Placing a body in a coffin already scheduled for burial.



* DeadGuyOnDisplay

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* DeadGuyOnDisplay DeadGuyOnDisplay: Displaying a corpse for everyone to see.



* DigYourOwnGrave

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* DigYourOwnGraveDigYourOwnGrave: Before being killed, the victim is forced to dig their own grave.



* ElephantGraveyard
* EndingMemorialService

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* ElephantGraveyard
ElephantGraveyard: A place that large animals go to when they die.
* EndingMemorialServiceEndingMemorialService: The story ends with a funeral.



* FreakyFuneralForms

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* FreakyFuneralFormsFreakyFuneralForms: Being disturbed by another culture's funerary customs.



* GraveClouds

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* GraveCloudsGraveClouds: Cemeteries have cloudy overcast weather.



* GraveMarkingScene

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* GraveMarkingSceneGraveMarkingScene: Visiting the grave of a loved one.



* ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals
* ItsAlwaysSunnyAtFunerals

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* ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals
ItAlwaysRainsAtFunerals: Rain is pouring during a funeral service as a way to convey the sadness of the whole thing.
* ItsAlwaysSunnyAtFuneralsItsAlwaysSunnyAtFunerals: The weather is surprisingly beautiful at a funeral as a way to contrast the sadness of the whole thing.



* LonelyFuneral

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* LonelyFuneralLonelyFuneral: Very few people, if any, attend the deceased's funeral.


* TwentyOneGunSalute
* AncientTomb

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* TwentyOneGunSalute
TwentyOneGunSalute: 21-gun or three-volley salutes performed for departed officers or military personal.
* AncientTombAncientTomb: Or burial chamber.



* AshesToCrashes

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* AshesToCrashesAshesToCrashes: An urn full of ashes gets knocked over and scattered inappropriately.



* BurialAtSea

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* BurialAtSeaBurialAtSea: A funeral where the body is disposed of at sea.



* BuryingASubstitute: The deceased [[NoBodyLeftBehind left no mortal remains]], or [[NeverFoundTheBody their body was never found]], so their loved ones bury something which symbolises them instead.

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* BuryingASubstitute: The deceased [[NoBodyLeftBehind left no mortal remains]], or [[NeverFoundTheBody their body was never found]], so their loved ones bury something which symbolises symbolizes them instead.

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** MockingTheMourner: The one way that the above trope can be made worse is to actively mock those mourning the deceased.


* * PrecautionaryCorpseDisposal: A setting or situation where anyone who dies will become a monster, or otherwise dangerous if you don't do the right thing with their body.

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* * PrecautionaryCorpseDisposal: A setting or situation where anyone who dies will become a monster, or otherwise dangerous if you don't do the right thing with their body.

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* * PrecautionaryCorpseDisposal: A setting or situation where anyone who dies will become a monster, or otherwise dangerous if you don't do the right thing with their body.

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* MourningAnObject: An inanimate object is destroyed, goes missing, or stops working, and is treated by the characters as though it has died. May include a funeral.


* FuneralCut: The scene cuts to a character’s funeral, usually after doing something dangerous.

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* FuneralCut: The scene cuts to a character’s funeral, usually after doing something dangerous.


* CheerfulFuneral



* FunInTheFuneral


* TwentyOneGunSalute



* TwentyOneGunSalute


* ExcessiveMourning: A bereaved characters spends all their time grieving for the deceased and is unable, or unwilling, to move on.

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* ExcessiveMourning: A bereaved characters character spends all their time grieving for the deceased and is unable, or unwilling, to move on.

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