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20th Oct '16 5:42:15 AM Morgenthaler
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16th Oct '16 1:28:20 PM AnotherWanderingGhost
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* The ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' series by Tamora Pierce has three arcs. In the first four books, four misunderstood children are brought together by their alienating special powers, X-Men style. In the second four books, titled "The Circle Opens," we follow the main cast as adults, when they have all split up and taken an apprentice of their own. There is minimal contact between them, and each of books 5-8 is effectively independent of the others. The 9th book serves as a literary equivalent of TheMovie, getting them all back together for a reunion.

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* The ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' series by Tamora Pierce has three arcs. In the first four books, four misunderstood children are brought together by their alienating special powers, X-Men style. In the second four books, titled "The Circle Opens," we follow the main cast as adults, when they have all split up and taken an apprentice of their own. There is minimal contact between them, and each of books 5-8 is effectively independent of the others. The 9th book serves as a literary equivalent of TheMovie, getting them all back together for a reunion.reunion, although their travels and the horrors that they've seen ([[DirtyBusiness or even participated in]]) have made them grow apart.
1st Sep '16 2:28:24 PM Galacton
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Whether due to a plot device, a scheme by the villain, or internal strife, the heroes separate. They may be scattered all over the world, they may just go their separate ways, but the point is they are no longer [[TheTeam a team]]. It may take multiple story arcs to [[PuttingTheBandBackTogether get them back together.]] They [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore may never get back together]] and even if they do, their separate adventures and tribulations will have caused them to change and drift apart in ways they could not have foreseen.

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Whether due to a plot device, a scheme by the villain, or internal strife, the heroes separate. They may be [[PartyScattering scattered all over the world, world]], they may just go their separate ways, but the point is they are no longer [[TheTeam a team]]. It may take multiple story arcs to [[PuttingTheBandBackTogether get them back together.]] They [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore may never get back together]] and even if they do, their separate adventures and tribulations will have caused them to change and drift apart in ways they could not have foreseen.
26th Aug '16 9:38:22 AM whereismytea
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* In the sequel to ''Manga/Brave10'', [[spoiler:just before the Battle of Ueda, Jinpachi leaves out of anger over Ana's treatment[[labelnote:*]](having been asked to stay after [[FaceHeelTurn her betrayal]], which makes her more miserable than any punishment[[/labelnote]] and Kamanosuke disappears after some [[LoveHurts very cutting remarks]] from Saizo. With the Braves short-handed, they go into a battle where [[OneHitKill Seikai dies]], Isanami chooses to leave and become [[DestroyerDeity Izanami]] to protect the rest of the Braves from [[PsychopathicManchild Susanoo]], Ana gets so badly hurt protecting Ueda she's in a coma, and in the aftermath Yukimura, Rokuro and Benmaru are forced to live in [[TheExile exile]], and [[SoloSequence Sasuke, Kakei, Hanzo and Saizo]] all wander searching for their lost members.]]
20th Aug '16 9:45:26 AM nombretomado
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* The ''{{CircleOfMagic}}'' series by Tamora Pierce has three arcs. In the first four books, four misunderstood children are brought together by their alienating special powers, X-Men style. In the second four books, titled "The Circle Opens," we follow the main cast as adults, when they have all split up and taken an apprentice of their own. There is minimal contact between them, and each of books 5-8 is effectively independent of the others. The 9th book serves as a literary equivalent of TheMovie, getting them all back together for a reunion.
* In Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's ''{{Dragonlance}}'' Chronicles, the main party is forced to separate early in the second book when the city of Tarsis is under attack. The groups mostly reassemble before the end, except that two died and another seemingly switched sides.

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* The ''{{CircleOfMagic}}'' ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' series by Tamora Pierce has three arcs. In the first four books, four misunderstood children are brought together by their alienating special powers, X-Men style. In the second four books, titled "The Circle Opens," we follow the main cast as adults, when they have all split up and taken an apprentice of their own. There is minimal contact between them, and each of books 5-8 is effectively independent of the others. The 9th book serves as a literary equivalent of TheMovie, getting them all back together for a reunion.
* In Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's ''{{Dragonlance}}'' ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' Chronicles, the main party is forced to separate early in the second book when the city of Tarsis is under attack. The groups mostly reassemble before the end, except that two died and another seemingly switched sides.
26th Jul '16 10:29:31 PM Tacitus
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' it's eventually revealed that the team of Hunters and Huntresses that Ruby and Yang's parents belonged to, Team STRQ, wound up falling apart. Yang's mom Raven ran out on her shortly after she was born, Ruby's mom Summer went MIA during a mission and is presumed dead, while their father Taiyang and their uncle Qrow settled down (somewhat) to teach the next generation of Huntresses but aren't on great terms with each other. Qrow still has a battered old team photo, with a glass stain and tear drops over the missing women's images.
** By the end of Season Three, [[spoiler:this has happened to Team RWBY as well. After the Battle of Beacon, Weiss has been taken home by her father, Blake has ditched her friends so they won't be targeted by her enemies, Yang has fallen into an apathetic depression after losing her arm (and Blake), and Ruby is adventuring with the surviving members of Team JNPR.]]
20th Jul '16 11:46:05 AM Chabal2
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* ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'': We see only two of the previous games' eight protagonists (Isaac and Garet, who live in a cabin near what's left of Mt. Aleph), although the others are occasionally mentioned (Jenna and Ivan live in Kalay, Piers is out at sea, Mia might be in Imil, and Felix hasn't been heard from since, no word on Sheba though). Particularly aggravating as the game features many a PointOfNoReturn and BrokenBridgge that prevent you from going to see them, ''and'' ends on a CliffHanger to boot.
16th Jul '16 11:36:02 AM Doug86
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* In DCComics' ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', it is the deep divisions that have grown between Franchise/{{Batman}}, Franchise/{{Superman}} and WonderWoman that create the power vacuum the villains seek to exploit.

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* In DCComics' Creator/DCComics' ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', it is the deep divisions that have grown between Franchise/{{Batman}}, Franchise/{{Superman}} and WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman that create the power vacuum the villains seek to exploit.
11th Jul '16 1:24:18 PM Wyldchyld
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* At the end of volume 3 of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', [[spoiler:Team RWBY is completely split up. Ruby joins the surviving members of Team JNPR on a journey to Haven in search of answers. Weiss' father takes her back to her home country, where he believes it is safe. Blake, feeling responsible for what happened to Yang, runs away to prevent [[PsychoExBoyfriend Adam]] from targeting any of her other friends. Yang is so [[HeroicBSOD emotionally and physically broken]] by the loss of her arm, her friends, and her school that she refuses to even leave her bed.]]
25th Jun '16 4:18:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Bionicle}}'': after being transformed by Energized Protodermis and sparring with each other, the Toa Nuva team disbands so each would be off protecting their villages. Then the [[EliteMooks Bohrok-Kal]] show up and nearly kill them, forcing them to band back together.

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* ''{{Bionicle}}'': ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'': after being transformed by Energized Protodermis and sparring with each other, the Toa Nuva team disbands so each would be off protecting their villages. Then the [[EliteMooks Bohrok-Kal]] show up and nearly kill them, forcing them to band back together.
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