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9th Jul '17 1:16:28 PM deven0711
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* Harry Osborn in ''Film/SpiderMan3'': [[RedemptionEqualsDeath just after he finally forgives Peter and helps him defeat Sandman]].

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* Harry Osborn in ''Film/SpiderMan3'': ''Film/SpiderMan3''. The light in his eyes fades away in the arms of Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker: [[RedemptionEqualsDeath just after he finally forgives Peter and helps him defeat Sandman]].
8th Jul '17 3:57:57 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Almost at the end of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia]], [[spoiler: Alm's group finds a mortally wounded [[UpperClassTwit Fernand]]. He dies in the arms of his once-best friend, [[SupportingLeader Clive]].]]

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** Almost at the end of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia]], ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'', [[spoiler: Alm's group finds a mortally wounded [[UpperClassTwit Fernand]]. He dies in the arms of his once-best friend, [[SupportingLeader Clive]].]]



* In Videogame/TheLastOfUs, a ZombieApocalypse breaks out, and when trying to carry his daughter Sarah to safety, Joel runs into a soldier who's ordered to shoot them both. He mortally wounds Sarah, who dies in Joel's arms while he pleads for her not to leave him. It got to the point the voice actors/motion capture performers themselves cried.

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* Pictured above: In Videogame/TheLastOfUs, a ZombieApocalypse breaks out, and when trying to carry his daughter Sarah to safety, Joel runs into a soldier who's ordered to shoot them both. He mortally wounds Sarah, who dies in Joel's arms while he pleads for her not to leave him. It got to the point the voice actors/motion capture performers themselves cried.
8th Jul '17 3:56:59 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* In the final photo memory of ''VideoGame/BreathOfTheWild'', [[spoiler:Zelda unleashes a burst of holy energy to protect Link from an attacking Guardian, incapacitating said Guardian. However, the blast ends up mortally wounding Link, who promptly takes his last breath in a tearful Zelda's arms. Thankfully, he gets better.]]

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* In the final photo memory of ''VideoGame/BreathOfTheWild'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', [[spoiler:Zelda unleashes a burst of holy energy to protect Link from an attacking Guardian, incapacitating said Guardian. However, the blast ends up mortally wounding Link, who promptly takes his last breath in a tearful Zelda's arms. Thankfully, he gets better.]]



* In ''FireEmblem 7'', [[spoiler: Ninian]] is seen in [[spoiler: Eliwood]]'s arms in the CG that follows her death scene.
** In another CG, [[spoiler: Archsage Athos]] dies in [[spoiler: Hector]]'s arms. 20 years later, according to ''Fuuin no Tsurugi'', [[spoiler: Hector]] himself would perish in the arms of [[spoiler: Roy]].
** And in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'', if you chose Eirika's path, the first CG you see in the epilogue shows her holding the dying [[spoiler: Queen Ismaire]] in her arms.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', if you choose the ''Birthright'' path, later in the story [[spoiler:Elise dies in her brother Xander's arms after she takes a hit from him that was meant for the Avatar. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone Xander does not take it well]]]].
** Before the route split, [[spoiler:the Avatar's mother, Queen Mikoto, also [[TakingTheBullet takes an attack meant for them]] and expires in their arms shortly after. [[TraumaticSuperpowerAwakening They don't take it well, either]].]]
** Subverted with [[spoiler:Azura]], also on ''Birthright''. [[spoiler:As she dies, she makes a motion that looks like she planned to crawl towards the Avatar's arms, but she [[DisappearsIntoLight evaporates into water]] before she can reach them.]]

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
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In ''FireEmblem 7'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'', [[spoiler: Ninian]] is seen in [[spoiler: Eliwood]]'s arms in the CG that follows her death scene.
** *** In another CG, [[spoiler: Archsage Athos]] dies in [[spoiler: Hector]]'s arms. 20 years later, according to ''Fuuin no Tsurugi'', [[spoiler: Hector]] himself would perish in the arms of [[spoiler: Roy]].
** And in In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'', if you chose the player chooses Eirika's path, the first CG you see in the epilogue shows her holding the dying [[spoiler: Queen Ismaire]] in her arms.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', if you choose the player chooses the ''Birthright'' path, later in the story [[spoiler:Elise dies in her brother Xander's arms after she takes a hit from him that was meant for the Avatar. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone Xander does not take it well]]]].
** *** Before the route split, [[spoiler:the Avatar's mother, Queen Mikoto, also [[TakingTheBullet takes an attack meant for them]] and expires in their arms shortly after. [[TraumaticSuperpowerAwakening They don't take it well, either]].]]
** *** Subverted with [[spoiler:Azura]], also on ''Birthright''. [[spoiler:As she dies, she makes a motion that looks like she planned to crawl towards the Avatar's arms, but she [[DisappearsIntoLight evaporates into water]] before she can reach them.]]
** Almost at the end of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia]], [[spoiler: Alm's group finds a mortally wounded [[UpperClassTwit Fernand]]. He dies in the arms of his once-best friend, [[SupportingLeader Clive]].
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* At the end of ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'', [[spoiler: Claus dies in Lucas' arms]]. [[TearJerker *sniff*]]
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', during the October Full Moon operation, [[spoiler:Shinjiro is shot to death by the leader of Strega. His childhood friend Akihiko is the one who holds him as he passes away and and the others grieve.]] Also, at the very end of the game, during graduation day, [[spoiler:a weary protagonist, having used all of his (or her, if you choose a female protagonist for the Playstation Portable version of the game) power to seal away the harbinger of death, falls asleep and dies in [[RobotGirl Aigis']] arms.]]
** As an another addition, ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} Portable'''s ending on a NewGamePlus gives the protagonist (you) the choice to meet whomever you've maxed your Social Link with romantically to die in their arms. For the female protagonist, this includes [[spoiler: Shinjiro Aragaki, who merely woke up from a coma three days before.]]

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* At the end of ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'', [[spoiler: Claus dies in his brother Lucas' arms]]. [[TearJerker *sniff*]]
arms]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', during the October Full Moon operation, [[spoiler:Shinjiro is shot to death by the leader of Strega. His childhood friend Akihiko is the one who holds him as he passes away and and the others grieve.]] Also, at the very end of the game, during graduation day, [[spoiler:a weary protagonist, having used all of his (or her, if you choose the player chooses a female protagonist for the Playstation Portable version of the game) power to seal away the harbinger of death, falls asleep and dies in [[RobotGirl Aigis']] arms.]]
** As an another addition, ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} Portable'''s ending on a NewGamePlus gives the protagonist (you) the choice to meet whomever you've he/she maxed your a Social Link with romantically to die in their arms. For the female protagonist, this includes [[spoiler: Shinjiro Aragaki, who merely woke up from a coma three days before.]]



** [[spoiler: Chidori romantically dies in Junpei's arms after performing a HeroicSacrifice to save him from dying of a bullet wound by infusing him with her Persona's power. In P3 FES, she can get better if you fulfilled certain requirements before the scene.]]

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** [[spoiler: Chidori romantically dies in Junpei's arms after performing a HeroicSacrifice to save him from dying of a bullet wound by infusing him with her Persona's power. In P3 FES, she can get better if you the player fulfilled certain requirements before the scene.]]
3rd Jul '17 10:11:35 PM Doug86
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* In a ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode ComicBook/{{Batgirl}} gets pushed off a building by Scarecrow. She just happens to ([[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence graphically]]) fall on her fathers police car and dies in his arms. This causes Gordon to blame ComicBook/{{Batman}} and try to capture him. The episode was thankfully AllJustADream and Barbara is alive and well decades later in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.

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* In a ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode ComicBook/{{Batgirl}} gets pushed off a building by Scarecrow. She just happens to ([[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence graphically]]) fall on her fathers father's police car and dies in his arms. This causes Gordon to blame ComicBook/{{Batman}} Franchise/{{Batman}} and try to capture him. The episode was thankfully AllJustADream and Barbara is alive and well decades later in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
25th Jun '17 1:46:21 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Gungrave}}'' episode 24, Sherry ended up taking a bullet meant for Harry when he was attacked by an assassin. Harry screamed her name while he clutched her to his chest.

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* In ''{{Gungrave}}'' ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'' episode 24, Sherry ended up taking a bullet meant for Harry when he was attacked by an assassin. Harry screamed her name while he clutched her to his chest.
22nd Jun '17 9:00:25 PM hie
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* Furthermore, in Creator/WilliamShakespeare's other play, "Theatre/Hamlet", Hamlet dies in Horatio's arms. Hamlet had been poisoned by Laertes during their duel. Upon realizing he was dying, Hamlet stabbed his Uncle, the king, who was technically also Hamlet's father because he married Hamlet's mother. Hamlet's mother had already died because she drank from a poisoned cup that the king had meant for Hamlet. Anyways, everyone's pretty much dead except Hamlet, Horatio, and Osric by this point. Hamlet lies dying in Horatio's arms, telling Horatio to live and "report [him] and [his] cause aright to the unsatisfied." Horatio offers to die with Hamlet by drinking from the poisoned cup, but Hamlet tells him to continue living "to tell [his] story."

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* Furthermore, in Creator/WilliamShakespeare's other play, "Theatre/Hamlet", Hamlet, Hamlet dies in Horatio's arms. Hamlet had been poisoned by Laertes during their duel. Upon realizing he was dying, Hamlet stabbed his Uncle, the king, who was technically also Hamlet's father because he married Hamlet's mother. Hamlet's mother had already died because she drank from a poisoned cup that the king had meant for Hamlet. Anyways, everyone's pretty much dead except Hamlet, Horatio, and Osric by this point. Hamlet lies dying in Horatio's arms, telling Horatio to live and "report [him] and [his] cause aright to the unsatisfied." Horatio offers to die with Hamlet by drinking from the poisoned cup, but Hamlet tells him to continue living "to tell [his] story."
22nd Jun '17 8:57:55 PM hie
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* Furthermore, in Creator/WilliamShakespeare's other play, "Theatre/Hamlet", Hamlet dies in Horatio's arms. Hamlet had been poisoned by Laertes during their duel. Upon realizing he was dying, Hamlet stabbed his Uncle, the king, who was technically also Hamlet's father because he married Hamlet's mother. Hamlet's mother had already died because she drank from a poisoned cup that the king had meant for Hamlet. Anyways, everyone's pretty much dead except Hamlet, Horatio, and Osric by this point. Hamlet lies dying in Horatio's arms, telling Horatio to live and "report [him] and [his] cause aright to the unsatisfied." Horatio offers to die with Hamlet by drinking from the poisoned cup, but Hamlet tells him to continue living "to tell [his] story."
19th Jun '17 11:38:43 AM Pamina
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* As written, the musical of ''Literature/LittleWomen'' has Beth die offstage, but some productions have her die in Jo's arms at the end of their duet "Some Things Are Meant To Be" instead. See, for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc. this video.]]

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* As written, the musical of ''Literature/LittleWomen'' has Beth die offstage, but some productions have her die in Jo's arms at the end of their duet "Some Things Are Meant To Be" instead. See, for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc. com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc this video.]]
19th Jun '17 11:37:08 AM Pamina
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* As written, the musical of ''Literature/LittleWomen'' has Beth die offstage, but some productions have her die in Jo's arms at the end of their duet "Some Things Are Meant To Be" instead. (See, for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc. this video.]])

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* As written, the musical of ''Literature/LittleWomen'' has Beth die offstage, but some productions have her die in Jo's arms at the end of their duet "Some Things Are Meant To Be" instead. (See, See, for example, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc. this video.]])]]
19th Jun '17 11:35:16 AM Pamina
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* As written, the musical of ''Literature/LittleWomen'' has Beth die offstage, but some productions have her die in Jo's arms at the end of their duet "Some Things Are Meant To Be" instead. (See, for example, this YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc.)

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* As written, the musical of ''Literature/LittleWomen'' has Beth die offstage, but some productions have her die in Jo's arms at the end of their duet "Some Things Are Meant To Be" instead. (See, for example, this YouTube video: https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCOlF2YvSc.) this video.]])
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