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7th Apr '16 9:33:29 AM Adept
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* [[spoiler: Ken Wakashimazu]] pulls that in ''CaptainTsubasa World Youth Cup'', after the conflict with him and [[spoiler: coach Mikami]] boils up to its limits since [[spoiler: Ken feels he's TheUnfavorite of the team, no matter how hard he trains]]. He comes back later, though.

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* [[spoiler: Ken Wakashimazu]] pulls that in ''CaptainTsubasa ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa World Youth Cup'', after the conflict with him and [[spoiler: coach Mikami]] boils up to its limits since [[spoiler: Ken feels he's TheUnfavorite of the team, no matter how hard he trains]]. He comes back later, though.
31st Mar '16 5:32:04 PM ObsidianFire
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* Hiei from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' leaves the rest of the team during the Chapter Black arc, claiming he has no loyalty to the human world and would like to go home. Yusuke assures everyone else that [[GenreSavvy "he'll come and rescue us in the end when we need him the most"]], and he does. This makes perfect sense as, while Hiei 'joined the team' because backing up the Spirit Detective was his parole assignment, the reason he actually ''joined the team'' and saved their lives back in Maze Castle on the first mission was that Yusuke, against all forms of sanity, trusted him to do so. [[AFatherToHisMen There's something about that confidence you just don't want to let down.]]

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* Hiei from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' leaves the rest of the team during the Chapter Black arc, claiming he has no loyalty to the human world and would like to go home. Yusuke assures everyone else that [[GenreSavvy "he'll come and rescue us in the end when we need him the most"]], most", and he does. This makes perfect sense as, while Hiei 'joined the team' because backing up the Spirit Detective was his parole assignment, the reason he actually ''joined the team'' and saved their lives back in Maze Castle on the first mission was that Yusuke, against all forms of sanity, trusted him to do so. [[AFatherToHisMen There's something about that confidence you just don't want to let down.]]
29th Mar '16 5:41:06 AM Arivne
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* ''Film/FrightNight1985''. After Jerry Dandridge charms and kidnaps Amy, Charlie goes to Peter Vincent for help. Vincent refuses to help him because he's too scared. Later on when Charlie goes to Dandridge's house to rescue Amy, Peter shows up to help him.

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* ''Film/FrightNight1985''. After Jerry Dandridge Dandrige charms and kidnaps Amy, Charlie goes to Peter Vincent for help. Vincent refuses to help him because he's too scared. Later on when Charlie goes to Dandridge's Dandrige's house to rescue Amy, Peter shows up to help him.
24th Feb '16 4:14:18 PM MegaMarioMan
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* ''RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal''. They find Captain Qwark [[spoiler:after he faked his death so he wouldn't have to actually risk his life]], and are unable to convince him to continue fighting. Later on, in the final boss battle, he comes dramatically sailing in on his spaceship, pumping rounds into the boss.

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* ''RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal''.''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal''. They find Captain Qwark [[spoiler:after he faked his death so he wouldn't have to actually risk his life]], and are unable to convince him to continue fighting. Later on, in the final boss battle, he comes dramatically sailing in on his spaceship, pumping rounds into the boss.
2nd Jan '16 4:51:20 AM LadyJaneGrey
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Now, with the hero left alone, the fight looks lost. But no! At the last moment that same untrustworthy ally in question returns to save the protagonist. Why? Changed his mind, for whatever reason. A way of setting up BigDamnHeroes. See also ConscienceMakesYouGoBack.

Friends can let the hero down for many reasons. Coming back usually entails character growth. Comapre AchillesInHisTent.

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Now, with the hero left alone, the fight looks lost. But no! At the last moment that same untrustworthy ally in question returns to save the protagonist. Why? Changed his mind, for whatever reason. A way of setting up BigDamnHeroes. See also ConscienceMakesYouGoBack.\n\n

Friends can let the hero down for many reasons. Coming back usually entails character growth. Comapre

Compare ConscienceMakesYouGoBack and
AchillesInHisTent.
2nd Jan '16 4:50:17 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Duck" Huey, Duey, and Louie try to get help from famed detective and honorary Junior Woodchuck member Sherlock Jones (an obvious parody of Literature/SherlockHolmes) but he turns them away, because he's on a more important case; but he shows up to help them later, saying he ''is'' a Junior Woodchuck [[spoiler: (and also because he now thinks their problem relates to that other case, which is does.)]]
26th Nov '15 2:09:34 PM Morgenthaler
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* The title character in 2002's RogerDodger, 'saving' his Nephew late in the film.

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* The title character in 2002's RogerDodger, Film/RogerDodger, 'saving' his Nephew late in the film.



* In ''Film/TheAvengers'', Bruce Banner makes it clear that he's only along for the ride as a scientific consultant, and won't be doing any fighting. After an unexpected attack on the Helicarrier makes him Hulk out, cause considerable damage, and fall probably 10,000 plus feet, ''no one'' except for Tony thinks he's coming back. But as the heroes desperately try to regroup in the middle of Manhattan to try and figure out how to defend against the first wave of the invading army while Iron Man frantically battles a massive mechanical whale-like ship, Bruce comes riding in -- [[CrowningMomentOfFunny on a ridiculous-looking, battered, teeny-tiny motorcycle]] -- and shows that he can in fact control the Hulk to some extent by downing the enormous ship with one punch, providing the brute strength necessary to mount a defense.

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* In ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', Bruce Banner makes it clear that he's only along for the ride as a scientific consultant, and won't be doing any fighting. After an unexpected attack on the Helicarrier makes him Hulk out, cause considerable damage, and fall probably 10,000 plus feet, ''no one'' except for Tony thinks he's coming back. But as the heroes desperately try to regroup in the middle of Manhattan to try and figure out how to defend against the first wave of the invading army while Iron Man frantically battles a massive mechanical whale-like ship, Bruce comes riding in -- [[CrowningMomentOfFunny on a ridiculous-looking, battered, teeny-tiny motorcycle]] -- and shows that he can in fact control the Hulk to some extent by downing the enormous ship with one punch, providing the brute strength necessary to mount a defense.
23rd Nov '15 10:29:53 AM eroock
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* In ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'', Max decides to rejoin Furiosa's group after they've set off across the salt plains, and with a plan to seize the Citadel to boot.
21st Nov '15 7:30:04 AM eroock
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Friends can let the hero down for many reasons. Coming back usually entails character growth.

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Friends can let the hero down for many reasons. Coming back usually entails character growth.
growth. Comapre AchillesInHisTent.
26th Oct '15 12:02:36 PM darkslash
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*Inverted in RVB as it is the main characters who pull this off at the end of Season 10. They originally leave because they fee that they have no need to get involved but decide to go and help Church and Carolina kill the director.
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