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17th Jul '17 10:28:20 AM Terran117
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* The ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' series on top of HoYay has four non-hetero men. Scott Dolph, bisexual ([[BlackDudeDiesFirst and black]]), dies after the prologue in ''[=MGS2=]''. Volgin the BigBad of ''[=MGS3=]'', DepravedBisexual, dies at the end. Raikov, Volgin's lover, can be killed off with no consequences to the story. Then finally there's Vamp who is also a DepravedBisexual and survives 2, dies in 4.

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* The ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' series on top of HoYay has four non-hetero men. Scott Dolph, bisexual ([[BlackDudeDiesFirst and black]]), dies after the prologue in ''[=MGS2=]''. Volgin the BigBad of ''[=MGS3=]'', DepravedBisexual, dies at the end. Raikov, Volgin's lover, can be killed off with no consequences to the story. Then finally there's Vamp who is also a DepravedBisexual and survives 2, dies in 4. It should be noted that there is so much HoYay with Big Boss and Miller (to the point where they can go on a date in ''Peace Walker'') that they may as well count when they die, but only Miller's death is used to progress Solid Snake's story. However, even Solid has so much HoYay with Otacon and the two of them make it out fine. Therefore, the Metal Gear series has a unique spin on this trope given it's a natural consequence of the AnyoneCanDie setting and large number of implied or outright gay/bisexual male characters.
14th Jul '17 11:30:24 AM LittleBuster
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* Season two of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' has Yamagi Gilmerton (gay) and Norba Shino (bi which is confirmed by WordOfGod). The former is too shy to confess his feelings to the latter and is unable to. Sadly, Shino was killed off when he went on a suicide run after failing to hit Rustal Elion's flagship which was foiled by his loyal subordinate. Shino was supposed to be killed off in Season 1 except the director wanted a happy ending for that season. Fortunately, Yamagi averted this trope where he and the rest of the Tekkadan survivors ended up having stable lives after changing their identities - [[spoiler: including the bisexual girls Atra and Kudelia, who get [[EarnYourHappyEnding what's possibly the happiest ending of them all]] as [[HasTwoMommies they raise Atra and the dead Mikazuki's son, Akatsuki, together]].]]

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* Season two of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' has Yamagi Gilmerton (gay) and Norba Shino (bi which is confirmed by WordOfGod). The former is too shy to confess his feelings to the latter and is unable to. Sadly, Shino was killed off when he went on a suicide run after failing to hit Rustal Elion's flagship which was foiled by his loyal subordinate. Shino was supposed to be killed off in Season 1 except the director wanted a happy ending for that season. Fortunately, Yamagi averted this trope where he and the rest of the Tekkadan survivors ended up having stable lives after changing their identities - [[spoiler: including the possibly bisexual girls Atra and Kudelia, who get [[EarnYourHappyEnding what's possibly the happiest ending of them all]] as [[HasTwoMommies they raise Atra and the dead Mikazuki's son, Akatsuki, together]].]]
13th Jul '17 6:50:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/AndersonPsiDivision'': In "Half-Life", a [[CampGay transparently gay]] television host on pre-apocalypse Deadworld makes a pass at [[HangingJudge Judge Death]] during a live show because he likes the uniform. This pisses off Death enough that he immediately executes him.
12th Jul '17 2:39:19 PM LittleBuster
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* In ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko'' Himeko and Chikane confess their love to each other. Chikane dies ''and'' gets erased from existence. Then, come TheStinger epilogue, Chikane subverts this trope, having kept her promise of not letting even the gods stop her from returning to Himeko. In the manga version, however, they get {{reincarnat|ion}}ed -- as sisters, in reference to the Japanese legend that says StarCrossedLovers get reincarnated as {{twin|cest}}s.

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* In ''Manga/KannazukiNoMiko'' Himeko and Chikane confess their love to each other. Chikane dies ''and'' gets erased from existence. Then, come TheStinger epilogue, Chikane subverts this trope, having kept her promise of not letting even the gods stop her from returning to Himeko. In the manga version, however, they get {{reincarnat|ion}}ed -- as sisters, in reference to the Japanese legend that says StarCrossedLovers get reincarnated as {{twin|cest}}s.twins.
3rd Jul '17 9:46:50 PM infernape612
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* General Alaric in ''Webcomic/TwoKinds'' throws a FightToTheDeath so his ProudWarriorRace will allow Keith back into their society. Alaric was ambiguously affectionate towards Keith.

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* General Alaric in ''Webcomic/TwoKinds'' throws a FightToTheDeath DuelToTheDeath so his ProudWarriorRace will allow Keith back into their society. Alaric was ambiguously affectionate towards Keith.
3rd Jul '17 5:14:10 AM LondonKdS
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** The beginning of Series 10 led to immediate complaints of this from some fans about the fate of Heather, a girl who new lesbian companion Bill starts getting interested in, and who immediately accidentally merges with an alien entity and starts pursuing Bill in a rather PsychoLesbian way. However, the combined Heather entity left peacefully at the end, with hints that she might return in the future, and since she was obviously very mentally unstable following her creation it's anyone's guess just how much of the original Heather's personality will end up in the fusion once she's stabilised more.
** Come the episode "World Enough and Time", and before her debut series even finishes, Bill [[UnwillingRoboticization is converted into a Cyberman]] -- a fate that often results in a DeathOfPersonality and a MercyKill being the only way out. However, at the end of "The Doctor Falls" she's restored (sort of) by Heather, with the possibility of returning to a completely human state open to her later on if she wishes.

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** The beginning of Series 10 led to immediate complaints of this from some fans about the fate of Heather, a girl who new lesbian companion Bill starts getting interested in, and who immediately accidentally merges with an alien entity and starts pursuing Bill in a rather PsychoLesbian way. However, the combined Heather entity left peacefully at the end, with hints that she might return in the future, and since she was obviously very mentally unstable following her creation it's anyone's guess just how much end of the original Heather's personality will end up in the fusion once she's stabilised more.
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** Come the episode "World Enough and Time", and before her debut series season even finishes, Bill [[UnwillingRoboticization is converted into a Cyberman]] -- a fate that often results in a DeathOfPersonality and a MercyKill being the only way out. However, at the end of "The Doctor Falls" she's restored (sort of) by Heather, with the possibility of returning to a completely human state open to her later on if she wishes.wishes, meaning that the season's first aversion ended up directly justifying the second.
3rd Jul '17 4:55:20 AM stephrose538
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* ''Degrassi'' has Adam, a trans boy, is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed for an Aesop about texting and driving.

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* ''Degrassi'' ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'' has Adam, a trans boy, who is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed in a car accident for an Aesop about texting and driving.
3rd Jul '17 4:48:02 AM stephrose538
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* ''Series/Degrassi'' has Adam, a trans boy, is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed for an Aesop about texting and driving.

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* ''Series/Degrassi'' ''Degrassi'' has Adam, a trans boy, is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed for an Aesop about texting and driving.
3rd Jul '17 4:47:14 AM stephrose538
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* ''Series/Degrassi has Adam, a trans boy, is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed for an Aesop about texting and driving.

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* ''Series/Degrassi ''Series/Degrassi'' has Adam, a trans boy, is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed for an Aesop about texting and driving.
3rd Jul '17 4:45:44 AM stephrose538
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* ''Series/Degrassi has Adam, a trans boy, is seemingly about to start a storyline about him taking hormones to transition, when he is killed for an Aesop about texting and driving.



* Another British soap, ''Series/{{Emmerdale}}'' had Aaron and Jackson. Aaron was a violent thug, who got worse when he realized, and hated the fact that, he was gay. Eventually, he settled down with Jackson, who could tame him. They were happy, accepted. Then Jackson became paraplegic and begged Aaron to help him die until he agreed.

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* Another British soap, ''Series/{{Emmerdale}}'' had Aaron and Jackson. Aaron was a violent thug, who got worse when he realized, and hated the fact that, he was gay. Eventually, he settled down with Jackson, who could tame him. They were happy, accepted. Then Jackson became paraplegic quadraplegic and begged Aaron to help him die until he agreed.
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