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16th Sep '16 8:43:33 AM TrollMan
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* ''[[Series/WalkingWithDinosaurs Chased By Dinosaurs]]'' ended the three-parter Sea Monsters with a pack of Tylosauruses surrounding the ship while the crew was asleep, with effectively no chance of survival.

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* ''[[Series/WalkingWithDinosaurs Chased By Dinosaurs]]'' ended the three-parter Sea Monsters with a pack of Tylosauruses ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tylosaurus Tylosaurus]]'' surrounding the ship while the crew was asleep, with effectively no chance of survival.is asleep.
11th Sep '16 10:01:26 PM MoPete
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* In one of the endings in ''VideoGame/WayOfTheSamurai3'' you join or take over the Ouka Clan of Bandits, and end up being the one in charge of them when the Fujimori Clan leads a massive army against you. Despite managing to fight your way out, you and several of your comrades find yourselves completely surrounded. You and your companions ultimately decide to give them all the fight you have left and charge into the fray. The game ends with a note about an "unknown samurai disappearing into history."
22nd Aug '16 1:28:55 PM WillKeaton
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* In-universe example: in ''FanFic/FalloutEquestria'', Littlepip never finds out what happened to Rainbow Dash. Her last [[TransferableMemory Memory Orb]] ends with a badly-wounded Dash being confronted by her old [[EvilFormerFriend friend/rival]] Gilda. Nobody has heard from either of them since. [[spoiler:WordofGod is that Gilda killed Dash.]]

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* In-universe example: in ''FanFic/FalloutEquestria'', Littlepip never finds out what happened to Rainbow Dash. Her last [[TransferableMemory Memory Orb]] ends with a badly-wounded Dash being confronted by her old [[EvilFormerFriend friend/rival]] Gilda. Nobody has heard from either of them since. [[spoiler:WordofGod [[spoiler:WordOfGod is that Gilda killed Dash.]]
22nd Aug '16 1:28:06 PM WillKeaton
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* ''[[ComicBook/ThreeHundred 300]]'': played straight, with the Persian army standing in for the Bolivians. Followed by a short denouement of the one surviving messenger telling the story of Leonidas and the 300's BAE to the Greeks about to fight the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Plataea Battle of Plataea]]. The sequel features Themistocles and Gorgo charging into battle aboard the decks of the ships at Salamis against their persian enemies. Once again, historically, the Greeks win that battle.

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* ''[[ComicBook/ThreeHundred 300]]'': played straight, with the Persian army standing in for the Bolivians. Followed by a short denouement of the one surviving messenger telling the story of Leonidas and the 300's BAE to the Greeks about to fight the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Plataea Battle of Plataea]]. Plataea.]] The sequel features Themistocles and Gorgo charging into battle aboard the decks of the ships at Salamis against their persian enemies. Once again, historically, the Greeks win that battle.
16th Aug '16 8:54:03 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** A ''VidoeGame/{{Halo 2}}'' demo sort of invoked this, ending with Cortana and Chief treating the multiple Spec-Ops Elites opposing them at the end as a mere chance to make a bet. [[{{Badass}} Though you already]] [[SpaceMarine knew that he was going to]] [[OneManArmy be just fine]].

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** A ''VidoeGame/{{Halo ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' demo sort of invoked this, ending with Cortana and Chief treating the multiple Spec-Ops Elites opposing them at the end as a mere chance to make a bet. [[{{Badass}} Though you already]] [[SpaceMarine knew that he was going to]] [[OneManArmy be just fine]].
10th Aug '16 10:24:54 PM MadCormorant
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* While the author has yet to actually write the sequence, ''Literature/Alatriste'' will, according to him, conclude with a French Army Ending at the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Rocroi Battle of Rocroi]]. The film adaptation replicates this in a fashion quite reminiscent of the trope namer, with the camera stopping as a wounded Alatriste charges into an incoming French assault.

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* While the author has yet to actually write the sequence, ''Literature/Alatriste'' ''Literature/{{Alatriste}}'' will, according to him, conclude with a French Army Ending at the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Rocroi Battle of Rocroi]]. The film adaptation replicates this in a fashion quite reminiscent of the trope namer, with the camera stopping as a wounded Alatriste charges into an incoming French assault.
10th Aug '16 10:24:35 PM MadCormorant
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* While the author has yet to actually write the sequence, ''Literature/Alatriste'' will, according to him, conclude with a French Army Ending at the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Rocroi Battle of Rocroi]]. The film adaptation replicates this in a fashion quite reminiscent of the trope namer, with the camera stopping as a wounded Alatriste charges into an incoming French assault.
10th Aug '16 9:53:21 PM HaggisMcCrablice
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* StephenKing's short story "Grey Matter is about a group of old men who learn the town tosspot became ill from a sour can of beer he'd bought at the local corner grocery store, and over the course of some weeks has become reclusive and started acting bizarrely. When when they go to visit him, they find he's mutated into a grey, amorphous blob. The story ends with the old men, minus one who stayed behind to confront the creature, sitting about the stove waiting to see who comes back-- their friend or the grey blob (who may be [[spoiler: dividing and multiplying like an amoeba, spawning untold millions of horrors like itself upon the earth.]])
3rd Aug '16 7:53:43 AM Zyffyr
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* Series/LawAndOrderUK ends with it up in the air as to whether DS Ronnie Brooks will accept his KickedUpstairs position or resign/retire outright. Had the show returned for another series, the question would have been answered one way or another, as Brooks' portrayer had decided to leave the show--but this is no doubt why the decision to "rest" the show was made in the first place
2nd Aug '16 11:54:05 AM mkmlp
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* The ending of the animated film version of {{Literature}}/ThePlagueDogs has the two protagonists swimming out into the ocean, trying to reach an island. While it at first seemed that there was likely no island at all, the film gives just a tiny bit of ambiguity to their fates by having the fog clear during the credits to reveal that there was in fact an island, albeit a distant one.

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* The ending of the animated film version of {{Literature}}/ThePlagueDogs Literature/ThePlagueDogs has the two protagonists swimming out into the ocean, trying to reach an island. While it at first seemed that there was likely no island at all, the film gives just a tiny bit of ambiguity to their fates by having the fog clear during the credits to reveal that there was in fact an island, albeit a distant one.
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