History KilledOffForReal / VideoGames

22nd Mar '17 3:11:03 PM Sammettik
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*** The Hour of Twilight dungeon reveals Archbishop Benedictus' FaceHeelTurn as the new leader of the Twilight's Hammer, forcing players(Regardless if they're Alliance or Horde) to kill him.

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*** The Hour of Twilight dungeon reveals Archbishop Benedictus' FaceHeelTurn as the new leader of the Twilight's Hammer, forcing players(Regardless players (Regardless if they're Alliance or Horde) to kill him.



*** Lei Shen winds up getting a Backfromthedead moment in Kun Lai Summit. But it is at the Pinnacle of Storms at the Throne of Thunder in which you bring down the tyrant, rip out his heart and make sure he never comes back again.
** The Siege of Orgrimmar brings among the death of many characters, including, but not limited to: Rook Stonetoe, He Softfood, Sun Tenderheart, Malkorok, The Klaxxi, General Nazgrim, (For many Horde players, this will be the ultimate TearJerker: Having to kill your Horde commander in Pandaria.) and finally, The Old God Y'Shaarj after having his heart and soul converted to armor by Garrosh Hellscream (who gets arrested by Taran Zhu after losing) in the final battle in the Siege of Orgrimmar.

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*** Lei Shen winds up getting a Backfromthedead BackFromTheDead moment in Kun Lai Summit. But it is at the Pinnacle of Storms at the Throne of Thunder in which you bring down the tyrant, rip out his heart and make sure he never comes back again.
** The Siege of Orgrimmar brings among the death of many characters, including, but not limited to: Rook Stonetoe, He Softfood, Sun Tenderheart, Malkorok, The Klaxxi, General Nazgrim, Nazgrim (For many Horde players, this will be the ultimate TearJerker: Having to kill your Horde commander in Pandaria.) Pandaria), and finally, The Old God Y'Shaarj after having his heart and soul converted to armor by Garrosh Hellscream (who gets arrested by Taran Zhu after losing) in the final battle in the Siege of Orgrimmar.
22nd Mar '17 3:09:56 PM Sammettik
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** The Siege of Orgrimmar brings among the death of many characters, including, but not limited to: Rook Stonetoe, He Softfood, Sun Tenderheart, Malkorok, The Klaxxi, General Nazgrim ( For many Horde players, this will be the ultimate Tear Jerker: Having to kill your Horde commander in Pandaria.) and finally, The Old God Y'Shaarj after having his heart and soul converted to armor by Garrosh Hellscream (who gets arrested by Taran Zhu after losing) in the final battle in the Siege of Orgrimmar.

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** The Siege of Orgrimmar brings among the death of many characters, including, but not limited to: Rook Stonetoe, He Softfood, Sun Tenderheart, Malkorok, The Klaxxi, General Nazgrim ( For Nazgrim, (For many Horde players, this will be the ultimate Tear Jerker: TearJerker: Having to kill your Horde commander in Pandaria.) and finally, The Old God Y'Shaarj after having his heart and soul converted to armor by Garrosh Hellscream (who gets arrested by Taran Zhu after losing) in the final battle in the Siege of Orgrimmar.
22nd Mar '17 3:09:27 PM Sammettik
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** Mists of Pandaria does have its own share of Deaths.



** The Siege of Orgrimmar brings among the death of many characters, including, but not limited to...
*** Rook Stonetoe, He Softfood and Sun Tenderheart
*** General Nazgrim. For many Horde players, this will be the ultimate Tear Jerker: Having to kill your Horde commander in Pandaria.
*** Malkorok
*** The Klaxxi
*** And finally, The Old God Y'Shaarj after having his heart and soul converted to armor by Garrosh Hellscream(who gets arrested by Taran Zhu after losing) in the final battle in the Siege of Orgrimmar

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** The Siege of Orgrimmar brings among the death of many characters, including, but not limited to...
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22nd Mar '17 3:07:19 PM Sammettik
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* ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' has several cases of this, especially after the time skip and Ogre attacked and absorbed several characters' abilities, with suspicions that he killed them for good. But most characters later were brought back in the latter installments, thereby setting up that the only one Killed Off for Real were Jun Kazama and the original King. Not to worry, they got their successors all right (Asuka and the second King).

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* ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' has several cases of this, especially after the time skip and Ogre attacked and absorbed several characters' abilities, with suspicions that he killed them for good. But most characters later were brought back in the latter installments, thereby setting up that the only one Killed Off for Real were Jun Kazama and the original King. Not to worry, they got their successors all right (Asuka and the second King).later installments,



*** ''Tekken 6'' reveals that the Armor King who attacked Craig is the brother of the original Armor King; he even used the same outfit and stage name alongside his brother at the same time.
** Kunimitsu was supposedly killed off for real by Yoshimitsu in ''Tekken 2'', although there's no official WordOfGod.
** The [[WordOfGod official statement]] ([[http://www.computerandvideogames.com/226228/interviews/tekken-6-your-questions-answered/ see here]]) is that only King I (killed by Ogre) and Armor King I (dying from [[IncurableCoughOfDeath some]] [[BloodFromTheMouth disease]] he picked up around the time of ''Tekken 2'', later killed in a bar brawl by Marduk pre-''Tekken 4'') kicked the bucket. Jun is [[HesJustHiding apparently just hiding]] (she's [[TheBusCameBack set to return]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieWp4FvXxk8 in the non-canon]] ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2''), as is Kunimitsu (maybe) and the first Kuma is also [[HesJustHiding apparently just hiding]].
** Jun Kazama is confirmed by Word of God to be returning to the canon story in the recently-announced Tekken 7. As is Jin who's fate was unclear following Tekken 6.

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*** ''Tekken 6'' reveals that the Armor King who attacked Craig is the brother of the original Armor King; he even used the same outfit and stage name alongside his brother at the same time.
** Kunimitsu was supposedly killed off for real by Yoshimitsu in ''Tekken 2'', although there's no official WordOfGod.
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time. The [[WordOfGod official statement]] ([[http://www.computerandvideogames.com/226228/interviews/tekken-6-your-questions-answered/ see here]]) is that only King I (killed by Ogre) and Armor King I (dying from [[IncurableCoughOfDeath some]] [[BloodFromTheMouth disease]] he picked up around the time of ''Tekken 2'', later killed in a bar brawl by Marduk pre-''Tekken 4'') have canonically kicked the bucket. Jun is [[HesJustHiding apparently just hiding]] (she's [[TheBusCameBack set to return]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieWp4FvXxk8 in the non-canon]] ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2''), as is Kunimitsu (maybe) and the first Kuma is also [[HesJustHiding apparently just hiding]].
** Jun Kazama is confirmed by Word of God to be returning to the canon story in the recently-announced Tekken 7. As is Jin who's fate was unclear following Tekken 6.
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22nd Mar '17 3:00:33 PM Sammettik
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* ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' has Albert Wesker, one of many [[BigBad main villains]] in the series. Starting in the first game, Wesker can be killed in certain circumstances and it's actually canon since he reappears in later games alive and well, along with having superhuman reflexes and strength from a virus inside him that activated when he died. Wesker is finally killed off by ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' by taking two rockets to the face while he was inside a volcano. Wesker did have a child named Jake Muller, but Jake doesn't take after his father's nasty traits and is on the side of the good guys.

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* ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' has Albert Wesker, one of many [[BigBad main villains]] in the series. Starting in the first game, Wesker can be killed in certain circumstances and it's actually canon since he reappears in later games alive and well, along with having superhuman reflexes and strength from a virus inside him that activated when he died. Wesker is finally killed off by In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' : Albert Wesker is finally killed off by taking two rockets to the face while he was inside a volcano. Wesker did have a child named Jake Muller, but Jake doesn't take after his father's nasty traits and is on the side of the good guys.volcano.
22nd Mar '17 2:57:54 PM Sammettik
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* It is strongly implied that [[BigBad Lysandre]] is, indeed, killed in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY Pokemon Y]]''; he is directly hit by the death ray of the Ultimate Weapon after foolishly activating it in rage after being defeated by the player, making him the first character in a main Pokémon game (even the DarkerAndEdgier ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' ironically), to canonically die. It is vaguely suggested that he's still alive in the ''Pokémon X'' version, but his fate there is [[AndIMustScream even worse]]...

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* It is strongly implied that [[BigBad Lysandre]] is, indeed, killed in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY Pokemon Y]]''; ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY''; he is directly hit by fires the death ray of the Ultimate Weapon after foolishly activating it at his own base in blind rage after being defeated by the player, causing it to collapse. The heroes escape, and Lysandre doesn't, making him the first character in a main Pokémon game (even the DarkerAndEdgier ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' ironically), to canonically die. It is vaguely suggested Some believe that he's still alive he may have became immortal in the ''Pokémon X'' version, but his fate there is that would be [[AndIMustScream even worse]]...
22nd Mar '17 2:46:09 PM Sammettik
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*** Tidus is an animated dream of several dozen dead people, so technically, he was never really "alive" to begin with. Though this depends on WhatMeasureIsANonHuman.
22nd Mar '17 2:45:11 PM Sammettik
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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
** In the end of ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', the all-but-immortal EnsembleDarkhorse Sergeant Johnson finally meets his end. His killer, the also all-but-indestructible 343 Guilty Spark, gets subsequently offed, though years later, it was revealed that he actually survived.
** ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' managed to shock a ton of people by killing off series mainstay Cortana, by having her finally succumb to rampancy. Then ''VideoGame/Halo5Guardians'' brings her back, but she's not quite the same as she used to be...
** While the Ur-Didact's apparent demise in ''4'' was merely a DisneyDeath, he seemingly meets his final end in ''ComicBook/HaloEscalation''. However, WordOfGod confirmed that we haven't seen the last of him quite yet...

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': In the end of ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', the all-but-immortal EnsembleDarkhorse Sergeant Johnson finally meets his end. His killer, the also all-but-indestructible 343 Guilty Spark, gets subsequently offed, though years later, it was revealed that he actually survived.
** ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' managed to shock a ton of people by killing off series mainstay Cortana, by having her finally succumb to rampancy. Then ''VideoGame/Halo5Guardians'' brings her back, but she's not quite the same as she used to be...
** While the Ur-Didact's apparent demise in ''4'' was merely a DisneyDeath, he seemingly meets his final end in ''ComicBook/HaloEscalation''. However, WordOfGod confirmed that we haven't seen the last of him quite yet...
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6th Mar '17 6:30:34 PM Zaptech
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** Finally, ''Videogame/MassEffect3'' can potentially end with [[KillEmAll literally everyone]] getting killed, up to and including Shepard, as well as the entire galaxy if your War Assets are too low or you choose the "Refusal" ending.
22nd Nov '16 6:20:13 AM Pseudoname
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'' this is the fate of several of the hunters. Caira is killed by the Phantom Wraith on Shear, Cabot, Abe, Maggie, Griffin, and Lennox die to the Phantom Wraith, Kala post-mutation, or another monster on Shear, and Kala herself is eventually killed by Hyde.
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