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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.
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.
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.
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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How well does it match the trope?