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21st Nov '15 11:06:19 AM nombretomado
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* Near the end of the ''RurouniKenshin'' OVA ''Trust and Betrayal'', Kenshin cradles [[spoiler:the body of Tomoe after her death]]. Later we see Kenshin sitting under a tree with [[spoiler:Tomoe's]] shawl wrapped around him. In a semi-reversal, we see the ghostly image of [[spoiler:Tomoe wrapping her]] arms around him.
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* Near the end of the ''RurouniKenshin'' ''Anime/RurouniKenshin'' OVA ''Trust and Betrayal'', Kenshin cradles [[spoiler:the body of Tomoe after her death]]. Later we see Kenshin sitting under a tree with [[spoiler:Tomoe's]] shawl wrapped around him. In a semi-reversal, we see the ghostly image of [[spoiler:Tomoe wrapping her]] arms around him.
22nd Aug '15 5:53:17 PM nombretomado
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* Shinn from ''GundamSEEDDestiny'' does it with his late little sister's cellphone.
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* Shinn from ''GundamSEEDDestiny'' ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'' does it with his late little sister's cellphone.
11th Jul '15 8:25:31 PM TheWanderer
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If wiki magic hasn't worked yet in the years that this has been up, it's probably just time to remove it.
* There is a creepy short film where a man has made an eerily lifelike doll/machine that looks like his dead wife--at the end, he's just standing there holding it, manipulating switches on its back so it will embrace him in return. (Need some WikiMagic, anyone know the name of the film?)
11th Jul '15 6:38:02 PM Premonition45
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* ''Disney/TheLionKing'': When Simba discover's Mufasa's body after the stampede, [[PleaseWakeUp he tries to wake him up]], before [[TearJerker resting himself under his paw as he did towards the beginning.]]
15th May '15 7:42:41 AM SystematicChaos
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* In ''FistOfTheNorthStar'', [[spoiler: Souther]] [[DiedInYourArmsTonight dies in the arms]] of his long-since mummified master.[[/folder]] [[folder:Comics]] * When Elektra died, Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} was shown cradling her tombstone on a cover. (Now the trope image) * Similar to the above, a cover from ''Comicbook/SpiderManReign'' had Spider-Man hugging Mary Jane's tombstone.

* In ''FistOfTheNorthStar'', [[spoiler: Souther]] [[DiedInYourArmsTonight dies in the arms]] of his long-since mummified master. [[folder:Comics]] * When Elektra died, Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} was shown cradling her tombstone on a cover. (Now the trope image) * Similar to the above, a cover from ''Comicbook/SpiderManReign'' had Spider-Man hugging Mary Jane's tombstone. [[/folder]]
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* In ''FistOfTheNorthStar'', [[spoiler: Souther]] [[DiedInYourArmsTonight dies in the arms]] of his long-since mummified master. [[folder:Comics]] * When Elektra died, Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} was shown cradling her tombstone on a cover. (Now the trope image) * Similar to the above, a cover from ''Comicbook/SpiderManReign'' had Spider-Man hugging Mary Jane's tombstone. [[/folder]]
15th May '15 7:42:17 AM SystematicChaos
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* In ''FistOfTheNorthStar'', [[spoiler: Souther]] [[DiedInYourArmsTonight dies in the arms]] of his long-since mummified master.
11th Apr '15 5:23:57 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:Yuki Amano]] of ''MiraiNikki'' should be the poster child of this trope. After becoming [[spoiler:the new God of Space/Time]] he is so crippled by the loss of his beloved that he just sits there staring at the last entry in his diary [[spoiler:Yuno died]] for 10,000 years straight despite [[spoiler:having just inherited god powers]].
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* [[spoiler:Yuki Amano]] of ''MiraiNikki'' ''Manga/MiraiNikki'' should be the poster child of this trope. After becoming [[spoiler:the new God of Space/Time]] he is so crippled by the loss of his beloved that he just sits there staring at the last entry in his diary [[spoiler:Yuno died]] for 10,000 years straight despite [[spoiler:having just inherited god powers]].
10th Feb '15 12:48:46 PM AG1995
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** The SpinOff manga ''The Different Story'' shows Mami Tomoe clutching [[spoiler:Kyouko's ribbon]] in this manner in the final chapter, [[spoiler:after she herself has committed suicide]].
21st Jan '15 10:05:22 PM Odon
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** After Angel turns evil, Buffy curls up in her bed weeping, clutching the claddagh ring he gave her in the previous episode.
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** After Angel turns evil, Buffy curls up in her bed weeping, clutching the claddagh ring he gave her in the previous episode. She brings out the ring again the following season, guilty over having been forced to kill him. Eventually she decides to move on and leaves the ring at the place where he died (ironically, Angel chooses that moment to come BackFromTheDead).
1st Dec '14 1:27:36 AM Odon
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** After Angel turns evil, Buffy curls up in her bed weeping, clutching the claddagh ring he gave her in the previous episode.

** Cordelia laments that Doyle had nothing special he left behind so she could do this trope; she's less than impressed to find that Doyle did leave her something special -- his ability to experience headsplittingly painful visions.
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** After Doyle's HeroicSacrifice, a GenreSavvy Cordelia laments that Doyle he had nothing special he left behind so no IconicItem she could do use to fulfill this trope; she's trope. She's less than impressed to find that Doyle did leave her something special for her -- his ability to experience headsplittingly extremely painful visions.
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