The Loop (TV)
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Basic Trope: A character who receives horrible injuries wears red.
- Straight: Alice is wearing red in battle and gets stabbed by her opponent.
- Exaggerated: Anyone wearing any red during battle gets brutally sliced up by the enemy.
- Justified: The bright red made Alice stand out more among her comrades, and so the enemy decided to target her.
- Alice, wearing her red jacket, is the only one to escape the battle uninjured.
- Alternatively, when a wound opens back up, Alice takes off her red shirt, treating everyone to a nice view of the gaping hole in her chest.
- Alice, battling while wearing all red, looks to be wounded...but it turns out not to be her blood on her clothing, but her opponent's instead.
- Alternatively, Alice goes to the battle and seemingly survives without a scratch, but it's revealed that she has, indeed, gotten severely wounded or maybe even killed while wearing the red jacket.
- Double Subverted: ...Until later in the battle, when her opponent really does severely wound her.
- Anyone who will wear red will get injured during the very same minute when they dress themselves up or will have accidents happen during the whole day.
- Alice, wearing a red jacket, manages to avoid injury by taking the jacket off and throwing it at a nearby parking meter. The jacket and parking meter are mangled beyond recognition, but Alice is unharmed.
- Alice is also wearing brown pants in case she craps them out of fear.
- Deconstructed: Alice ends up dying because the medics didn't notice that she was bleeding out and appeared to only be unconscious.
- Reconstructed: However, her death ends up causing the medics to use the powerful healing artifact meant for her on her badly wounded daughter instead, which is what she would have wanted anyway.
- Zig Zagged: Alice, wearing her red jacket, seems to alternate between appearing to be fine and terribly wounded, until nobody can tell how she's really doing.
- Averted: Nobody wearing any particular color is more likely to be injured in the battle.
- Enforced: "We want people to see her get injured, but she's surrounded by a swarm of ordinary soldiers in all these scenes - let's make her wear red, so it sticks out."
- Lampshaded: "Oh, look, the blood matches my shirt!"
- Invoked: Knowing she'll probably be wounded in battle, Alice wears red so that the blood won't stand out too much, so that her comrades won't start worrying.
- Defied: "NO! Alice! Don't wear red to battle! Those people always end up hurt!"
- Discussed: "Why do the ones wearing red always end up the hurt ones? Shouldn't we just stop wearing red altogether, then?"
- Conversed: Alice walks around wearing red and has a conversation with Bob on how, in various media, the color would mean bad news for her.
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