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8th Feb '16 4:35:27 AM SamCurt
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* ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'': Not after some act of heroism, but [[spoiler:Sunahara]] pretty much uses this phrase at the end of ''The Valentine Knows'' after [[LoveConfession a romantic discussion with Aya over the starry sky]]. The reason for him to leave is he's been a really bad victim of NotEvilJustMisunderstood, and after having released from arrest twice without any charges, he believes he already gets a bad reputation as a JapaneseDelinquent that he'd rather leave town. Although they promised to have a LongDistanceRelationship.
5th Feb '16 4:54:09 AM Doug86
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* At the end of the StarTrekExpandedUniverse novel ''Kahless'', the original Kahless tires of his life as TheEmperor and decides to leave. His subjects ask him where he will go. Deciding to play up on their myths of him (mostly so they'd leave him be), he points to a random star and tell them to look there. 1500 years later, they do.
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* At the end of the StarTrekExpandedUniverse Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse novel ''Kahless'', the original Kahless tires of his life as TheEmperor and decides to leave. His subjects ask him where he will go. Deciding to play up on their myths of him (mostly so they'd leave him be), he points to a random star and tell them to look there. 1500 years later, they do.

** A strange subversion of this trope is used in the Doctor's regeneration in 'The Parting of the Ways'. He tells Rose he'll still be there, "but not like this. Not with this daft old face."
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** A strange subversion of this trope is used in the Doctor's regeneration in 'The "The Parting of the Ways'.Ways". He tells Rose he'll still be there, "but not like this. Not with this daft old face."
30th Jan '16 8:03:24 AM catmuto
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* [[spoiler:Kratos]] in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''.
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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ** [[spoiler:Kratos]] in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''.

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* [[spoiler:Kratos]] ** ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' pulls this off with Milla in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''.the final scene of the game. She decides to [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence become the new Maxwell]] and leaves the human realm for the spirit realm. ** ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia2'' pulls this off with Milla ''again'', but this time it is treated as a ForegoneConclusion for it to happen. After joining the party, Milla openly admits that she only has a limited amount of time to remain in the human realm. At the end of the game, her time is up and she has to return to the spirit realm. Her sister Muzét joins her in leaving the party at this point, though she has no such restriction and is the only Great Spirit who can easily go between realms, due to her powers.
28th Jan '16 9:20:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* The plot of ''MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'' revolves around the titular character's sudden plans to [[NeverSayDie "leave"]] for absolutely no reason.
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* The plot of ''MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'' ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium'' revolves around the titular character's sudden plans to [[NeverSayDie "leave"]] for absolutely no reason.
19th Jan '16 5:04:51 PM cybertoy0
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** Also done to a degree at the end of ''WesternAnimation/OperationZERO''; Numbuh One's dad Monty Uno, the titular Numbuh Zero, allows his restored memories to be re-erased as part of the plan to destroy Grandfather, and beforehand destroyed the Recommissioning Device so Numbuh One can't re-restore them. As Monty says in a recorded message, he did it because, "…I'm…just not a kid anymore. I'm an adult. And I have the most important mission of all; Being a good father to my son." In this case, Monty's not physically going anywhere, but removed his Numbuh Zero identity as part of this trope.
31st Dec '15 12:45:22 PM JL32194
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** Denda leaves with the rest of the Namekians to look for a new world at the end of the Frieza Saga. He comes back near the beginning of the Cell Games.
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** Denda Dende leaves with the rest of the Namekians to look for a new world at the end of the Frieza Saga. He comes back near the beginning of the Cell Games.
13th Dec '15 9:27:14 AM Prfnoff
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** Spoofed in an episode of ''CornerGas'', and Hank wanted Hobo to stay in Dog River. When Wanda explains that leaving when the trouble is over is what Hobo does, Hank wants to stir up more trouble to get Hobo to come back. * This is the default ending for most of the ''Ultraman'' series, as the Ultras are assigned to Earth from their home world and when their tour of duty is complete, they must return. In Ultraman and Ultraseven, this was given further meaning, as they were badly hurt and they couldn't be healed on Earth.
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** Spoofed in an episode of ''CornerGas'', ''Series/CornerGas'', and Hank wanted Hobo to stay in Dog River. When Wanda explains that leaving when the trouble is over is what Hobo does, Hank wants to stir up more trouble to get Hobo to come back. * This is the default ending for most of the ''Ultraman'' series, ''Franchise/UltraSeries'', as the Ultras are assigned to Earth from their home world and when their tour of duty is complete, they must return. In Ultraman ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'' and Ultraseven, ''Series/UltraSeven'', this was given further meaning, as they were badly hurt and they couldn't be healed on Earth.
13th Dec '15 9:16:53 AM Prfnoff
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* Five of the seven books in 'TheChroniclesOfNarnia' involve the heroes being sent back to England in the end. In the other two books, they didn't because 1) the main characters were natives, and 2) [[spoiler:they were dead]], so going back wasn't an option. * AWrinkleInTime has this with [[spoiler:Mrs. Who, Mrs. Which, and Mrs. Whatsit.]]
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* Five of the seven books in 'TheChroniclesOfNarnia' ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' involve the heroes being sent back to England in the end. In the other two books, they didn't Averted in ''The Horse and His Boy'' because 1) the main characters were natives, and 2) in ''The Last Battle'' where [[spoiler:they were dead]], DeadAllAlong]], so going back wasn't an option. * AWrinkleInTime ''Literature/AWrinkleInTime'' has this with [[spoiler:Mrs. Who, Mrs. Which, and Mrs. Whatsit.]]

* At the end of the first part of ''[[Creator/FriedrichNietzsche Thus Spoke Zarathustra]]'', Zarathustra tells the group of followers that have gathered around him "Now I bid you lose me and find yourselves, and only when you have all denied me will I return to you." He does, indeed, return.
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* At the end of the first part of ''[[Creator/FriedrichNietzsche Thus Spoke Zarathustra]]'', ''Literature/ThusSpakeZarathustra'', Zarathustra tells the group of followers that have gathered around him "Now I bid you lose me and find yourselves, and only when you have all denied me will I return to you." He does, indeed, return.
12th Dec '15 4:18:21 PM jormis29
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* In ''Prancer'', the title character leaves Jessica Riggs for Santa's sleigh, in a streak of light. * In ''StuartLittle2'', Margalo leaves Stuart to fly south for the winter. However, Stuart believes that in a silver lining, Margalo would be back in the spring. This happens in the animated TV series.
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* In ''Prancer'', ''Film/{{Prancer}}'', the title character leaves Jessica Riggs for Santa's sleigh, in a streak of light. * In ''StuartLittle2'', ''Film/StuartLittle2'', Margalo leaves Stuart to fly south for the winter. However, Stuart believes that in a silver lining, Margalo would be back in the spring. This happens in the animated TV series.
30th Nov '15 4:27:24 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/{{Yojimbo}}''. Mifune's character leaves the village not because "he must", but simply because with his enemies defeated, the place was boring. * Echoed in ''Film/{{Sanjuro}}'': The Lord of the region offers him a job, but Sanjuro doesn't show up. The Lord reveals that he knew Sanjuro would never be able to settle down like that, and the young samurai Sanjuro had been tutoring chase after him to change his mind. [[spoiler:Ends up subverted; after having to kill his NotSoDifferent adversary, Sanjuro's too upset to stay, but he won't be venturing on either, with the implication that it's time to retire his blade.]]
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* ''Film/{{Yojimbo}}''. Mifune's character leaves In ''Film/GoingMyWay'', Father O'Malley likes St. Dominic's and would probably prefer to stay and be the village not because "he must", but simply because with his enemies defeated, parish priest. But he was sent there to right the place ship for a church that was boring. struggling financially, and that having been achieved, he is dispatched to another ailing parish. Father Fitzgibbon, the old priest at St. Dominic's, is disappointed. * Echoed in ''Film/{{Sanjuro}}'': The Lord of the region offers him a job, but Sanjuro doesn't show up. The Lord reveals that he knew Sanjuro would never be able to settle down like that, and the young samurai Sanjuro had been tutoring chase after him to change his mind. [[spoiler:Ends up subverted; after having to kill his NotSoDifferent adversary, Sanjuro's too upset to stay, but he won't be venturing on either, with the implication that it's time to retire his blade.]]
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