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Put away the magic, energy blasts, and witty banter. BeautyIsNeverTarnished, MadeOfIron, ToonPhysics, and HollywoodHealing, if they were present in the story before, all are temporarily turned off. This is the scene where someone pummels, punches, kicks, beats, and/or batters another person to a limp, bruised, bloody, broken, torn, almost a smear of blood Note that as far as {{Fight Scene}}s go, this is quite one-sided. That [[HeroicSecondWind Second Wind]] you're waiting for? Keep waiting. It doesn't end that way.

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Put away the magic, energy blasts, and witty banter. BeautyIsNeverTarnished, MadeOfIron, ToonPhysics, and HollywoodHealing, if they were present in the story before, all are temporarily turned off. This is the scene where someone pummels, punches, kicks, beats, and/or batters another person to a limp, bruised, bloody, broken, torn, almost a smear of blood bloody pulp. Note that as far as {{Fight Scene}}s go, this is quite one-sided. That [[HeroicSecondWind Second Wind]] you're waiting for? Keep waiting. It doesn't end that way.


Put away the magic, energy blasts, and witty banter. BeautyIsNeverTarnished, MadeOfIron, ToonPhysics, and HollywoodHealing, if they were present in the story before, all are temporarily turned off. This is the scene where someone pummels, punches, kicks, beats, and/or batters another person to a limp, bruised, bloody pulp. Note that as far as {{Fight Scene}}s go, this is quite one-sided. That [[HeroicSecondWind Second Wind]] you're waiting for? Keep waiting. It doesn't end that way.

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Put away the magic, energy blasts, and witty banter. BeautyIsNeverTarnished, MadeOfIron, ToonPhysics, and HollywoodHealing, if they were present in the story before, all are temporarily turned off. This is the scene where someone pummels, punches, kicks, beats, and/or batters another person to a limp, bruised, bloody pulp. bloody, broken, torn, almost a smear of blood Note that as far as {{Fight Scene}}s go, this is quite one-sided. That [[HeroicSecondWind Second Wind]] you're waiting for? Keep waiting. It doesn't end that way.

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In short, that scene where ViolenceIsDisturbing runs high. Little to no flashiness and more brutal, often gory.


[[caption-width-right:300:[[Film/{{Passenger 57}} Always bet on black.]] Cos right now, he's getting red all over the place.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[Film/{{Passenger 57}} Always bet on black.]] Cos Cause right now, he's getting red all over the place.]]


If both combatants hand out a brutal beating, it's HowMuchMoreCanHeTake If the beatdown is in retaliation for a past injustice, then it's ExtremeMeleeRevenge. If the victim is trying to get away, the attacker may need to inform them that YouWillNotEvadeMe. This is often the punishment for pushing a character's BerserkButton.

Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, when someone tells another why they're such a shitty person, and BreakThemByTalking, when someone manages to make another breakdown just from talking to them, are the verbal equivalents of this.

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If both combatants hand out a brutal beating, it's HowMuchMoreCanHeTake HowMuchMoreCanHeTake. If the beatdown is in retaliation for a past injustice, then it's ExtremeMeleeRevenge. If the victim is trying to get away, the attacker may need to inform them that YouWillNotEvadeMe. This is often the punishment for pushing a character's BerserkButton.

Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) assault; they also usually lack the NightmareFuel element of this trope) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, when someone tells another why they're such a shitty person, and BreakThemByTalking, when someone manages to make another breakdown just from talking to them, are the verbal equivalents of this.


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Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech is the verbal equivalent of this.

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Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech is TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, when someone tells another why they're such a shitty person, and BreakThemByTalking, when someone manages to make another breakdown just from talking to them, are the verbal equivalent equivalents of this.


Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.''

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Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.''
'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech is the verbal equivalent of this.


Even when the victim can no longer even try to strike back (or block or dodge, for that matter), or if he never even had a chance to, the attacker just [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown keeps going]]. It takes all the victim's {{determinat|or}}ion just to keep breathing. And sometimes, even that may not be enough -- some attackers take this to its logical conclusion and beat the victim to death.

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Even when the victim can no longer even try to strike back (or block or dodge, for that matter), or if he never even had a chance to, the attacker just [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown keeps going]]. It takes all the victim's {{determinat|or}}ion just to keep breathing. And sometimes, even that may not be enough -- some attackers take this to its logical conclusion and beat the victim to death.
death (in which case, this trope may well continue to segue into PummelingTheCorpse, especially if the aggressor is just ''that'' angry).



Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.'' If the combatant on the recieving end of this trope actually ''does'' wind up dead, due to their sustained injuries, then this trope may well segue into PummelingTheCorpse.

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Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.'' If the combatant on the recieving end of this trope actually ''does'' wind up dead, due to their sustained injuries, then this trope may well segue into PummelingTheCorpse.
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Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.''

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Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.''
'' If the combatant on the recieving end of this trope actually ''does'' wind up dead, due to their sustained injuries, then this trope may well segue into PummelingTheCorpse.


Dialogue is limited. At most, a particularly cold attacker may continue to mock or insult the victim between blows. Some blows are delivered off-screen; [[HellIsThatNoise sounds are sometimes more disturbing than visuals, anyway]].

If both combatants hand out a brutal beating, it's HowMuchMoreCanHeTake If the beatdown is in retaliation for a past injustice, then it's ExtremeMeleeRevenge. If the victim is trying to get away, the attacker may need to inform them that YouWillNotEvadeMe. Often punishment for pushing a character's BerserkButton.

Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.''

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Dialogue is limited. At most, a particularly cold attacker may [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech continue to mock or insult the victim victim]] [[PunctuatedPounding between blows.blows]]. Some blows are delivered off-screen; [[HellIsThatNoise sounds are sometimes more disturbing than visuals, anyway]].

If both combatants hand out a brutal beating, it's HowMuchMoreCanHeTake If the beatdown is in retaliation for a past injustice, then it's ExtremeMeleeRevenge. If the victim is trying to get away, the attacker may need to inform them that YouWillNotEvadeMe. Often This is often the punishment for pushing a character's BerserkButton.

Compare and contrast with the CurbStompBattle (where the recipient is defeated quickly and decisively) decisively, instead of being subjected to a prolonged assault) and contrast OnceIsNotEnough. Compare UnstoppableRage and TranquilFury. Often ends with ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, because when an over-the-top asskicking ensues, it's probably because the attacker wants their victim ''DeaderThanDead.''


[[caption-width-right:300:[[Film/{{Passenger 57}} Always bet on black.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[Film/{{Passenger 57}} Always bet on black.]]]]
]] Cos right now, he's getting red all over the place.]]

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