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20th Dec '15 11:03:52 AM Nithael
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* In ''Series/{{The 100}}'' The Ark not having enough oxygen to sustain the life of their population is the entire reason that The 100 are sent to the ground.
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* In ''Series/{{The 100}}'' 100}}'': ** The Ark not having enough oxygen to sustain the life of their population is the entire reason that The 100 are sent to the ground.
19th Dec '15 10:30:07 AM RavenWilder
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** In Season 2, people from Mount Weather can't survive on the radiation soaked Ground without wearing a Hazmat suit. On several occasions, they run into trouble when their suits' oxygen tanks start running out before they can get back to safety.
6th Dec '15 2:52:29 PM jormis29
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* In ''Series/The100'' The Ark not having enough oxygen to sustain the life of their population is the entire reason that The 100 are sent to the ground.
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* In ''Series/The100'' ''Series/{{The 100}}'' The Ark not having enough oxygen to sustain the life of their population is the entire reason that The 100 are sent to the ground.
24th Nov '15 1:19:29 AM Morgenthaler
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Split animated films and live-action films.
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[[folder:Film]][[folder:Films -- Animated]] * In ''WesternAnimation/BattleForTerra'', Jim runs out of Oxygen on his spacesuit, and the other protagonists have to synthesize it for him. Later in the movie, Jim has to choose between pumping Oxygen into a room to save his brother, or to pump the native air into a room to save the female protagonist. He takes a third option. Another example in the movie is when the {{terraform}}er activates, and it is stated that Terra will run out of Native Air, killing all native species, unless it is destroyed; however, the humans are running out of oxygen. The situation is resolved with Jim's heroic sacrifice, and a compromise between species. [[/folder]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]

* In ''WesternAnimation/BattleForTerra'', Jim runs out of Oxygen on his spacesuit, and the other protagonists have to synthesize it for him. Later in the movie, Jim has to choose between pumping Oxygen into a room to save his brother, or to pump the native air into a room to save the female protagonist. He takes a third option. Another example in the movie is when the {{terraform}}er activates, and it is stated that Terra will run out of Native Air, killing all native species, unless it is destroyed; however, the humans are running out of oxygen. The situation is resolved with Jim's heroic sacrifice, and a compromise between species.
24th Nov '15 1:18:48 AM Morgenthaler
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Potholes are not allowed in page quotes.
->''"[[CriticalAnnoyance Your air supply is running out!]]"''
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->''"[[CriticalAnnoyance Your ->''"Your air supply is running out!]]"''out!"''
24th Nov '15 1:17:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''SpaceCamp'', a shuttle full of teenagers accidentally gets launched during an engine test without enough oxygen for an actual mission.
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* In ''SpaceCamp'', ''Film/SpaceCamp'', a shuttle full of teenagers accidentally gets launched during an engine test without enough oxygen for an actual mission.

* In ''GalaxyQuest'' the BigBad orders to suck the air out of the ship's residential area. The crew manages to reverse the effect just in time before everybody dies.
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* In ''GalaxyQuest'' ''Film/GalaxyQuest'' the BigBad orders to suck the air out of the ship's residential area. The crew manages to reverse the effect just in time before everybody dies.
16th Oct '15 5:09:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Planetes}}'': Used rather tragically in the climax. Cheerful Idealist Ai Tanabe is trying to make it to shelter across the lunar desert while carrying an injured companion [[spoiler:who is also now a terrorist and criminal.]] Ai refuses to leave her behind, even though the extra weight is slowing her down and burning her oxygen faster. She doesn't make it to shelter before her air runs out, and is faced with the choice of taking the other person's oxygen tank so that she will survive, or letting them both die. [[spoiler:She chooses not to take the oxygen; in the next clip we see her falling on the ground screaming and clawing at her throat while the terrorist sends up a flare gun to signal for help (ensuring her own capture and imprisonment.) Ai is later seen to have survived, but is permanently damaged.]]
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* ''{{Planetes}}'': ''Manga/{{Planetes}}'': Used rather tragically in the climax. Cheerful Idealist Ai Tanabe is trying to make it to shelter across the lunar desert while carrying an injured companion [[spoiler:who is also now a terrorist and criminal.]] Ai refuses to leave her behind, even though the extra weight is slowing her down and burning her oxygen faster. She doesn't make it to shelter before her air runs out, and is faced with the choice of taking the other person's oxygen tank so that she will survive, or letting them both die. [[spoiler:She chooses not to take the oxygen; in the next clip we see her falling on the ground screaming and clawing at her throat while the terrorist sends up a flare gun to signal for help (ensuring her own capture and imprisonment.) Ai is later seen to have survived, but is permanently damaged.]]
9th Oct '15 2:26:54 AM Morgenthaler
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Trope that doesn't exist.
--> '''[[ThePlayer Julian]]:''' "[[SarcasmMode This just keeps getting better]]."
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--> '''[[ThePlayer Julian]]:''' '''Julian:''' "[[SarcasmMode This just keeps getting better]]."
3rd Oct '15 8:45:17 AM Willbyr
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* In the {{Sanctuary}} episode "Requiem", [[spoiler:Magnus]] is shown trapped in a room with computer monitors indicating both falling oxygen levels and lethally increasing amounts of carbon monoxide.
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* In the {{Sanctuary}} ''Series/{{Sanctuary}}'' episode "Requiem", [[spoiler:Magnus]] is shown trapped in a room with computer monitors indicating both falling oxygen levels and lethally increasing amounts of carbon monoxide.
18th Sep '15 10:21:46 PM nombretomado
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* There's a variation in ''ElfQuest: Siege at Blue Mountain'' when Skywise gets magically trapped in a small air pocket inside solid rock, and doesn't know why it's getting hard to breathe. Fortunately Cutter is aware of his plight and working to get him out.
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* There's a variation in ''ElfQuest: ''ComicBook/ElfQuest: Siege at Blue Mountain'' when Skywise gets magically trapped in a small air pocket inside solid rock, and doesn't know why it's getting hard to breathe. Fortunately Cutter is aware of his plight and working to get him out.
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