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22nd Nov '16 6:11:19 AM Pseudoname
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'' there are Lazarus Devices capable of reanimating the dead by jump-starting the brain, as well as a number of conversations discussing their limitations. While it has some capacity to heal the body while reanimating it if they died from age, if the body is too damaged to function even if the mind is restored, or if they were dead too long, their brain will simply spark back to life before immediately dying again.
15th Nov '16 12:29:51 AM rjd1922
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* This is the case for ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'', despite the high level of technology shown. As a murder mystery series, expect the bodies to pile up ''fast''.
20th Oct '16 8:18:33 AM WaxingName
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* Stands have incredible power in ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'', but one hard rule is that they cannot raise the dead. They can [[GoodThingYouCanHeal cure wounds so grievous it's amazing there's anything left to cure]], and they can bring you back from the very brink of death. But once the soul departs, there is not and never will be a Stand that can undo this. The closest they can get is turning back time to undo the death in the first place, and even the extremely rare Stand with that power has massive limitations to what it can do.

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* Stands have incredible power in ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'', ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure'', but one hard rule is that they cannot raise the dead. They can [[GoodThingYouCanHeal cure wounds so grievous it's amazing there's anything left to cure]], and they can bring you back from the very brink of death. But once the soul departs, there is not and never will be a Stand that can undo this. The closest they can get is turning back time to undo the death in the first place, and even the extremely rare Stand with that power has massive limitations to what it can do.
2nd Sep '16 8:17:38 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', being a {{Deconstruction}} of the previous Digimon series, works this way. There is no village where data forms in eggs, loose data won't sometimes coalesce into ghosts, and absorbing another Digimon's data only makes you stronger (and, in some cases, gives you access to their attacks) and doesn't allow the previous mon to live on inside you. So when Digimon die, they die for good.
** ''Anime/DigimonSavers'' has a variation. Though Digimon effectively turn back into eggs immediately upon dying, they are reborn as new people without any knowledge of their former lives. The only exception seems to exist with partner digimon who have a strong connection with their humans. However, a straight example exists in the victims of Kurata's Gizmon, artificial digimon whose beams cause their victims to be permanently deleted when struck by them.

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* ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', being *''Franchise/Digimon'':
**In the first two series, digimon could return to Primary Village upon their death to be reconfigured but there was
a {{Deconstruction}} of time where this village was inactive and so any digimon killed during this time was permanently dead.
** ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' differs from
the previous Digimon series, works two series in this way.respect. There is no village where data forms in eggs, loose data won't sometimes coalesce into ghosts, and absorbing another Digimon's data only makes you stronger (and, in some cases, gives you access to their attacks) and doesn't allow the previous mon to live on inside you. So when Digimon die, they die for good.
** ''Anime/DigimonSavers'' has a variation. ''Anime/DigimonSavers'': Though Digimon effectively turn back into eggs immediately upon dying, they are reborn as new people without any knowledge of their former lives. The only exception seems to exist with partner digimon who have a strong connection with their humans. However, a straight example exists in the victims of Kurata's Gizmon, artificial digimon whose beams cause their victims to be permanently deleted when struck by them.



** The BigBad of the [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha original anime]] seeks to avert this trope. [[spoiler:Whether she actually had any chance of success is unclear, but the method she was trying to use was something the heroes had to stop because it ran the risk of causing severe multiversal damage just to ''maybe'' bring back ''one person''. [[BigBad Precia]] was too crazy to care about the risk.]]
* Player deaths are permanent in ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', which is about MMO gamers trapped in the game- if the player's HP drops to 0, the hardware fries their brain. Later an item is found that can revive someone, but it only has a ten second window between character death and player death. In the later arcs, this aspect is no longer present in the VR games (the newer-generation hardware used to play the games doesn't allow for a kill-the-player-in-reality function), though some characters do die in reality for other reasons.

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** The BigBad of the [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha original anime]] seeks to avert defy this trope. [[spoiler:Whether she actually had any chance of success is unclear, but the method she was trying to use was something the heroes had to stop because it ran the risk of causing severe multiversal damage just to ''maybe'' bring back ''one person''. [[BigBad Precia]] was too crazy to care about the risk.]]
* Player deaths are permanent in ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', which is *''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline''is about MMO gamers trapped in the game- if game and player deaths are permanent. If the player's HP drops to 0, the hardware fries their brain. Later an item is found that can revive someone, but it only has a ten second window between character death and player death. In the later arcs, this aspect is no longer present in the VR games (the newer-generation hardware used to play the games doesn't allow for a kill-the-player-in-reality function), though some characters do die in reality for other reasons.
30th Aug '16 5:35:46 PM bowserbros
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** Oddly, that limitation doesn't seem to apply to the doctors at the Speedwagon Foundation, who manage to revive a very much dead Joseph (his soul departed and everything) using a blood transfusion. This is kind of a PlotHole but may have something to do with his blood being taken out of a vampire.

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** Oddly, that limitation doesn't seem to apply to the doctors at the Speedwagon Foundation, who manage to revive a very much dead Joseph (his soul departed and everything) using a blood transfusion. This is kind of a PlotHole and an egregious case of ArtisticLicenseBiology, but it may have something to do with his blood being taken out of a vampire.
11th Aug '16 8:18:33 PM ThatBitterTase
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* One of the rules in ''Manga/DeathNote''. In the end of the manga, while Light is begging Ryuk to save him from death, Ryuk says that there is no way to do it. The last page (as a follow-up to a previous statement) says, "Once they are dead they can never come back to life."

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* One of the rules in ''Manga/DeathNote''. In the end of the manga, while Light is begging Ryuk to save him from death, Ryuk says that there is no way to do it. The last page (as a follow-up to a previous statement) says, "Once they are dead they can never come back to life."" [[spoiler:This is because it's hard to come back once [[CessationOfExistence you stop existing]].]]



** Oddly, that limitation doesn't seem to apply to the doctors at the Speedwagon Foundation, who manage to revive a very much dead Joseph (his soul departed and everything) using a blood transfusion.

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** Oddly, that limitation doesn't seem to apply to the doctors at the Speedwagon Foundation, who manage to revive a very much dead Joseph (his soul departed and everything) using a blood transfusion. This is kind of a PlotHole but may have something to do with his blood being taken out of a vampire.
11th Jun '16 8:40:45 PM Doug86
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''''VideoGame/FireEmblem''
12th May '16 4:48:23 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': According to the Reaper Billie in Season 11, she plans to enforce this trope in regards to Sam and Dean, who have been resurrected far too many times for her liking. In her words, while the old Death found their repeated resurrections funny, the new Death will ''not'' tolerate it at all:
-->'''Billie''': You and Dean dying and coming back again and again. The old Death thought it was funny. But now there's one hard, fast rule in this universe. What lives... dies.
5th Apr '16 7:22:24 AM Ghostsoul
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Compare HealingMagicIsTheHardest, contrast DeathIsCheap. See KilledOffForReal for when this is applied to ''individual'' deaths (where resurrection in general could otherwise happen). Possible subtrope of EquivalentExchange. Contrast DeaderThanDead where only certain types of death are final. See FinalDeath for the video game version.

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Compare HealingMagicIsTheHardest, contrast DeathIsCheap. See KilledOffForReal for when this is applied to ''individual'' deaths (where resurrection in general could otherwise happen). Possible subtrope of EquivalentExchange. Contrast DeaderThanDead where only certain types of death are final. See FinalDeath for the video game version.
version. Not to be confused with KillEmAll
30th Dec '15 9:20:51 PM DevinMeenan
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** Doctor Doom, seemingly killed at the end of Comicbook/Ultimatum, was later brought back for the series Ultimate FF, with the one killed in Ultimatum being retconned as an impostor.

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** Doctor Doom, seemingly killed at the end of Comicbook/Ultimatum, Ultimatum by The Thing, was later brought back for the series Ultimate FF, with the one killed in Ultimatum being retconned as an impostor.
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