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Spun off from the original Traitor Tropes page, this is an attempt to list tropes present in Year Three of the Traitor Games.

Again, thanks to TV Tropes for giving names to these tropes (most of which we've known about for years but just haven't had names for them), and inspiring us to do pages like this.

  • Apologizes A Lot - Ai Kaga.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment - A few gratuitous cameos from OverMaster during the final battle in Traitor Game XXIV.
    • Sofia and Laurie's trip through the 'Rejected scenes from the Wonka scary tunnel' scene is an homage to several well-known BLAMs.
    • Lampshaded in a bizarre sequence during the Third Annual Traitor Game Award Show where the Easter Bunny shows up and tosses some chocolate eggs around, resulting in a whole bunch of weird and random events, as well as gratuitous cameos.
  • Genius Ditz - Lia Nelson
  • Guns Akimbo - Barrage with his gun arms.
  • Hammerspace - Hank and Snake. Itoshiki-Sensei promptly calls Solid Snake out on this saying that only characters in comedies are allowed to use the Hammerspace trope, and it creeps out the MythBusters.
  • Heroic Sacrifice - Pirate Rogue in the climax of Traitor Game XXIV. Dr. Doom in the climax of Traitor Game XV, though he appears to have returned somehow in the epilogue.
  • Heroic Sociopath - Bat-Joker and DarkWarrior Duck.
  • Ho Yay - Kraven the Hunter and James from Team Rocket.
  • Kill It With Fire - Konata Izumi's death.
  • Knife Nut - Anti-Matter Wesley Gibson, if you kill someone near him and press his Berserk Button. Ragdoll.
  • Lighter and Softer - Traitor Game XXII: Sweet Revenge! had, for the first time, a non-murder means of eliminating characters via the Traitors. Instead of being killed, the characters involved were set up by the Traitors and forced to leave the tour.
  • Masked Luchador - El Santo.
  • Neck Lift - Pyramid Head's favored way of stopping annoying little men.
  • Sacrificial Lion - A number of crewmen die and Captain Hook's ship is destroyed to show just how dangerous the Kraken is in Traitor Game XXIV.
  • Sdrawkcab Name - Allebmoog, Goombella's Evil Counterpart. Her name, naturally, is a backwards variant.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal - Inverted(?) Talon comes screaming at Trigon, only to break his snout against him half-way through "Beast" and "whatever he was about to say", before being sent halfway through the planet.
  • Sinister Scythe - Akira.
  • Smug Snake - Devil Ray, who becomes the Chew Toy for the Awards Show.
  • Stuff Blowing Up - Elsa Bloodstone and Tabitha Smith had this as a running gag. Every other post, they'd blow something up.
  • Summon Bigger Fish - Aquaman uses this strategy against the Kraken. It helps that he does this in the Multiversial Sea, where all sorts of strange creatures can be found.
  • The Fool - Poor sweet innocent Ragdoll.
  • Trapped By Mountain Lions - While everyone else in Traitor Game XV is busy with the Dr.Doom/Morgan Le Fay main storyline, Bamf is busy having unrelated misadventures in other worlds.
  • Xanatos Gambit - Beckett's plan, as outlined in his epilogue in Traitor Game XXIV, was a win-win situation for him. Either way, he was rid of at least one creature that might pose a problem for him further down the road.
  • Yandere - Chiri Kitsu probably fits here.

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