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Sep 13th 2017 at 11:28:14 PM •••

Shouldn't this be classified as a Universal Trope rather than an Omnipresent Trope?

After all, there are plenty of works where none of the characters die, there's nothing unusual about that not happening.

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Dec 31st 2013 at 4:23:18 AM •••

Can KOFR and Character Death apply in the same universe? Example: Bob is a mortal and gets ran over by a car, clearly a case of the latter. Charlie is a demigod and gets run through with a magical spear that removes his immortality.

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Dec 31st 2013 at 6:12:00 AM •••

Yes. Character Death is an Omnipresent Trope; it exists everywhere. In fact, anytime Killed Off for Real is involved, as the supertrope, Character Death by definition applies.

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Mar 30th 2013 at 2:52:27 PM •••

Character Death was identified as a Missing Supertrope and subsequently created as a result of this TRS thread about Killed Off for Real. Launched 30/03/2013.

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