History AnyoneCanDie / VideoGames

14th Nov '16 9:03:29 AM DeanMT94
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** ''TheBannerSaga2'' carries on this grand tradition, with there being the possibility for [[spoiler:Bak, Sigbjorn, Ekkil, Tryggvi, Sparr, Mogun and others]].

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** ''TheBannerSaga2'' carries on this grand tradition, with there being the possibility for [[spoiler:Bak, Sigbjorn, Ekkil, Tryggvi, Sparr, Mogun and others]].more]] to all die over the course of the game.
14th Nov '16 9:02:44 AM DeanMT94
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** ''TheBannerSaga2'' carries on this grand tradition, with there being the possibility for [[spoiler:Bak, Sigbjorn, Ekkil, Tryggvi, Sparr, Mogun and others]].
14th Nov '16 8:54:26 AM DeanMT94
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* Almost every single named character in ''TheBannerSaga'' can die. For some [[spoiler:like Vognir and the Chieftain of Skogr]] it will ''always'' happen for plot purposes, and there is nothing the player can do to stop it. At the end of the game [[spoiler:the player is forced to choose whether Alette or Rook will die, because there is no way to save them both.]] For most characters, though, it is more the case that they ''can'' die, but that player decisions can save them. Characters who fall into this camp include [[spoiler:Egil (especially, there's even an achievement for keeping him alive), Onef, Gunnulf, Mogr, Ludin, Griss, Nid, Krumr and many, many more.]]
11th Nov '16 3:04:24 PM Willbyr
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* ''CorpseParty'': ANYONE can die in this game well, except the spirits that already died. The characters also die VERY horrible and painful deaths. [[labelnote:Some of them include]]having your eye torn out by a ghost, buried alive, and being rammed into a wall, only for your body to be reduced to a pile of red squishy stuff.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''CorpseParty'': ''VideoGame/CorpseParty'': ANYONE can die in this game well, except the spirits that already died. The characters also die VERY horrible and painful deaths. [[labelnote:Some of them include]]having your eye torn out by a ghost, buried alive, and being rammed into a wall, only for your body to be reduced to a pile of red squishy stuff.[[/labelnote]]
11th Nov '16 9:05:46 AM PRH
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* In [[VideoGame/StarcraftI StarCraft's Expansion Pack Brood War]], major characters are subject to this. The characters who die include [[spoiler:Aldaris, Stukov (Although he was infested, de-infested, and re-infested), Fenix, Edmund Duke, the second Overmind, Raszagal, and DuGalle]]. Out of these characters, 6 of them were killed (directly or indirectly) by [[spoiler:Kerrigan (Zeratul slayed the Overmind, but that was Kerrigan's agenda to take control of the Swarm, and he killed Raszagal, but that was to free her from her influence by Kerrigan. She also chooses to spare a couple of heroes, including Jim Raynor (more than once), Artanis, Zeratul, and Mengsk. For Zeratul and Mengsk, she did it because she felt like it would be a FateWorseThanDeath for the two.]]

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* In [[VideoGame/StarcraftI StarCraft's Expansion Pack Brood War]], major characters are subject to this. The characters who die include [[spoiler:Aldaris, Stukov (Although he was infested, de-infested, and re-infested), Fenix, Edmund Duke, the second Overmind, Raszagal, and DuGalle]]. Out of these characters, 6 of them were killed (directly or indirectly) by [[spoiler:Kerrigan (Zeratul slayed slew the Overmind, but that was Kerrigan's agenda to take control of the Swarm, and he killed Raszagal, but that was to free her from her influence by Kerrigan. She also chooses to spare a couple of heroes, including Jim Raynor (more than once), Artanis, Zeratul, and Mengsk. For Zeratul and Mengsk, she did it because she felt like it would be a FateWorseThanDeath for the two.]]
4th Nov '16 9:36:12 AM Prfnoff
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* In ''Rock Star Ate My Hamster'', every publicity stunt has a chance of sending one of your rock stars to "that great hit machine in the sky," perhaps by nuclear war (if the tabloid headlines are to be believed).

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* In ''Rock Star Ate My Hamster'', ''VideoGame/RockStarAteMyHamster'', every publicity stunt has a chance of sending one of your rock stars to "that great hit machine in the sky," perhaps by nuclear war (if the tabloid headlines are to be believed).
26th Oct '16 12:13:33 PM SolidSonicTH
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** ''X'' itself gets pretty trigger-happy, although not as much as ''9'' did. By the end big names like [[spoiler:Mileena, Baraka, and Quan Chi are all dead while some characters such as Smoke and Kabal continue to be resigned to the fates they were dealt at the end of ''9'']].
18th Oct '16 2:46:42 AM kuchiki222
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*** ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' further ups the ante by giving the same character [[TheManyDeathsOfYou several different potential death scenes]] reflected by Shepard's choices. For example, Mordin can either [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifice himself]] or get shot in the back unceremoniously; Miranda can be killed instantly by two potential attackers or suffer a mortal wound and [[DiedInYourArmsTonight die in Shepard's arms]] (though she can also live if [[GuideDangIt you get several checks earlier in the game right]]); and the circumstances of Thane's death will change depending on whether a female Shepard romanced him.

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*** ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' further ups the ante by giving the same character [[TheManyDeathsOfYou several different potential death scenes]] reflected by Shepard's choices. For example, Mordin can either [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifice himself]] or get shot in the back unceremoniously; Miranda can be killed instantly by two potential attackers or suffer a mortal wound and [[DiedInYourArmsTonight die in Shepard's arms]] (though she can also live if [[GuideDangIt you get several checks earlier in the game right]]); and the circumstances of Thane's death will change depending on whether a female Shepard romanced him.[[spoiler: The potential death scenes can extend to Shepard himself as well, in the ending mission.]]
5th Oct '16 12:00:33 PM VVK
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* ''WorldOfWarcraft'' always had LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and not a few of them would die at some point -- often killed by the players after JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope -- while some would return after that, but the ''Legion'' ExpansionPack really stopped pulling punches. The Broken Shore introductory sequence has Tirion Fordring (not just ThePaladin but THE Paladin) die helplessly around the middle, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG6zWDmix5s the conclusion]] has Vol'jin (the leader of the Horde) being mortally wounded and King Varian (leader of the Alliance) making a HeroicSacrifice to avoid approximately all the Alliance notables face the same fate. So that's three {{Big Good}}s in just one scenario. Clearly, Gul'dan and [[TheLegionsOfHell the Burning Legion]] are [[HeroKiller not to be messed with]], this time. The story of the expansion continues with named characters dropping left and right.

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* ''WorldOfWarcraft'' always had LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and not a few of them would die at some point -- often killed by the players after JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope -- while some would return after that, but the ''Legion'' ExpansionPack really stopped pulling punches. The Broken Shore introductory sequence has Tirion Fordring (not just ThePaladin but THE Paladin) die helplessly around the middle, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG6zWDmix5s the conclusion]] has Vol'jin (the leader of the Horde) being mortally wounded and King Varian (leader of the Alliance) making a HeroicSacrifice to avoid approximately all the Alliance notables face the same fate.HeroicSacrifice. So that's three {{Big Good}}s in just one scenario. Clearly, Gul'dan and [[TheLegionsOfHell the Burning Legion]] are [[HeroKiller not to be messed with]], this time. The story of the expansion continues with named characters dropping left and right.
5th Oct '16 11:59:15 AM VVK
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* ''WorldOfWarcraft'' always had LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and not a few of them would die at some point -- often killed by the players after JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope -- while some would return after that, but the ''Legion'' ExpansionPack really stopped pulling punches. The Broken Shore introductory sequence has Tirion Fordring (not just ThePaladin but THE Paladin) die helplessly around the middle, and the conclusion has Vol'jin (the leader of the Horde) being mortally wounded and King Varian (leader of the Alliance) making a HeroicSacrifice to avoid approximately all the Alliance notables face the same fate. So that's three {{Big Good}}s in just one scenario. Clearly, Gul'dan and [[TheLegionsOfHell the Burning Legion]] are [[HeroKiller not to be messed with]], this time. The story of the expansion continues with named characters dropping left and right.

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* ''WorldOfWarcraft'' always had LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and not a few of them would die at some point -- often killed by the players after JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope -- while some would return after that, but the ''Legion'' ExpansionPack really stopped pulling punches. The Broken Shore introductory sequence has Tirion Fordring (not just ThePaladin but THE Paladin) die helplessly around the middle, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG6zWDmix5s the conclusion conclusion]] has Vol'jin (the leader of the Horde) being mortally wounded and King Varian (leader of the Alliance) making a HeroicSacrifice to avoid approximately all the Alliance notables face the same fate. So that's three {{Big Good}}s in just one scenario. Clearly, Gul'dan and [[TheLegionsOfHell the Burning Legion]] are [[HeroKiller not to be messed with]], this time. The story of the expansion continues with named characters dropping left and right.
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