He intends to do a good deed but cannot do so due to lack of ability.
He intends to do a good deed but does not do so out of laziness.
He intends to do a bad deed but does not do so because someone else prevents him.
He intends to do a bad deed but leaves it out of fear of Allaah.
He intends to do a bad deed but leaves it, not out of fear of Allaah but due to some other reason.
Out of injustice and mistreatment
Out of His Justice and precision regarding the affairs
To punish the wrongdoers more than they deserve
Although he was killed, he was actually intending murder (i.e. to kill his opponent).
Bad deeds are multiplied at the point of death.
He died after committing countless sins during his life for which he did not repent.
His last words were not "Laa ilaaha ill Allaah".
He was not a Muslim.
In a state of incapacity
Ill or travelling
Unable to do his regular tasks
A regular doer of good deeds
It must be done sincerely for Allaah and in accordance with the Sunnah.
The level of reward is in accordance with the excellence of the deed and the sincerity with which it is done.
Sincerity is more important than it being in accordance with the Sunnah.