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21st Aug '16 10:43:24 AM nombretomado
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* {{MAG ISA}} -- [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/pl/119727 Eman Cruz ]] seems to have accepted that dying alone is a FACT for him.

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* {{MAG ISA}} ''Webcomic/{{MAG ISA}}'' -- [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/pl/119727 Eman Cruz ]] seems to have accepted that dying alone is a FACT for him.



* Diva'ratrika of ''{{Drowtales}}'' had this fate inflicted on her by three of her daughters when they betrayed her in a coup, since they decided that DyingAlone was AFateWorseThanDeath as well as DramaticIrony since she'd lived much of her life in self-imposed solitude. But even though she did technically die alone, she cheated death by putting her aura in the body of her servant, Ragini, and now that she's back in control is a SpannerInTheWorks.

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* Diva'ratrika of ''{{Drowtales}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' had this fate inflicted on her by three of her daughters when they betrayed her in a coup, since they decided that DyingAlone was AFateWorseThanDeath as well as DramaticIrony since she'd lived much of her life in self-imposed solitude. But even though she did technically die alone, she cheated death by putting her aura in the body of her servant, Ragini, and now that she's back in control is a SpannerInTheWorks.
20th Aug '16 9:57:33 AM nombretomado
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* A mark of Raistlin's cruelty in [[DragonLance The Test of the Twins]] is his threat to leave Crysania to die alone in the Abyss and actually going through with it.

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* A mark of Raistlin's cruelty in [[DragonLance [[Literature/{{Dragonlance}} The Test of the Twins]] is his threat to leave Crysania to die alone in the Abyss and actually going through with it.
15th Aug '16 7:23:23 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': In "Homecoming", Spartan Daisy runs away from her training facility to be with her parents, and finds them only to see them living with a clone the facility made of her, none the wiser to them taking her as a child. When the clone degenerates, she dies peacefully in a hospital room, loving parents crying at her side, and buried as the real Daisy would be. Her parents would never know the real Daisy finally expires years later, alone on a battlefield under an alien sky, her mission to rescue some soldiers a failure as they tried to stay behind and take her with the rescue crew, which gets them killed. Some times afterward Master Chief passes her body, closes her eyes and folds her hands across her chest and around a tragic keepsake.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': In "Homecoming", ''Homecoming'', Spartan Daisy runs away from her training facility to be with her parents, and finds them only to see them living with a clone the facility made of her, none the wiser to them taking her as a child. When the clone degenerates, she dies peacefully in a hospital room, loving parents crying at her side, and buried as the real Daisy would be. Her parents would never know the real Daisy finally expires years later, alone on a battlefield under an alien sky, her mission to rescue some soldiers a failure as they tried to stay behind and take her with the rescue crew, which gets them killed. Some times afterward Master Chief passes her body, closes her eyes and folds her hands across her chest and around a tragic keepsake.



* In ''VideoGame/HaloReach'', Noble Six, ironically enough, dies alone in an epic LastStand, seemingly the only human (or even non-Covenant animal) still alive on his continent of the titular planet, Reach. Especially tragic, as Six had historically been a Lone Wolf, but recently became assigned to Noble Team, gaining some TrueCompanions in the process. Throughout the game, Six watches every member of his team die (except Jun, possibly), one by one, and three of the occasions were HeroicSacrifice's either directly or indirectly done to save Six's life. Still, given that he died amidst the fresh corpses of [[DefiantToTheEnd six Elite Ultras]], it's perhaps slightly less alone.

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* In ''VideoGame/HaloReach'', Noble Six, ironically enough, dies alone in an epic LastStand, seemingly the only human (or even non-Covenant animal) still alive on his continent of the titular planet, Reach. Especially tragic, as Six had historically been a Lone Wolf, but recently became assigned to Noble Team, gaining some TrueCompanions in the process. Throughout the game, Six watches every member of his team die (except Jun, possibly), Jun), one by one, and three of the occasions were HeroicSacrifice's {{Heroic Sacrifice}}s either directly or indirectly done to save Six's life. Still, given that [[DefiantToTheEnd he died amidst the fresh corpses of [[DefiantToTheEnd six Elite Ultras]], a bunch of Elites]], it's perhaps slightly less alone.
11th Aug '16 7:22:31 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Memory]]'', Miles tells Elli Quinn that Taura will die soon and asks her to get him the news so that he can be with her.

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* In Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Memory]]'', ''Literature/{{Memory}}'', Miles tells Elli Quinn that Taura will die soon and asks her to get him the news so that he can be with her.
30th Jul '16 7:12:29 PM WillBGood
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* Pycelle in''Series/GameOfThrones'' season 6. Qyburn (the one who has him killed) says he wished this could have happened in better circumstances. Lancel Lannister and Tommen Baratheon in the same episode. Lancel, paralyzed by a stab wound and alone in the tunnels beneath King's Landing, futilely tries to stop the wildfire from going off, and is its first victim. Tommen, staring at the still burning ruins of the Great Sept, is alone when he takes off his crown and calmly steps through the open window.

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* Pycelle in''Series/GameOfThrones'' in ''Series/GameOfThrones'' season 6. Qyburn (the one who has him killed) says he wished this could have happened in better circumstances. Lancel Lannister and Tommen Baratheon in the same episode. Lancel, paralyzed by a stab wound and alone in the tunnels beneath King's Landing, futilely tries to stop the wildfire from going off, and is its first victim. Tommen, staring at the still burning ruins of the Great Sept, is alone when he takes off his crown and calmly steps through the open window.
23rd Jul '16 5:55:33 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Hughes death is sudden and lonely, bleeding out in a phone booth from a gunshot wound administered by someone in the guise of his beloved wife. Even sadder seeing as how Hughes was one of the nicest characters in the show.

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* ''Franchise/FullmetalAlchemist'':
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In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Hughes death is sudden and lonely, bleeding out in a phone booth from a gunshot wound administered by someone in the guise of his beloved wife. Even sadder seeing as how Hughes was one of the nicest characters in the show.



* Invoked in ''Anime/WolfsRain'' when Blue expresses her wish to follow Hige because she can't stand the thought of dying alone. It's eventually averted as, when Blue is near death, Hige comes to her, despite being badly wounded himself, and tells her not to worry because he isn't going anywhere. Blue is able to GoOutWithASmile, and Hige convinces Tsume to [[MercyKill end his suffering]] soon after. [[TogetherInDeath One of the last shots is of the two of them lying side by side as the snow covers their bodies]].

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* ''Anime/WolfsRain'':
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Invoked in ''Anime/WolfsRain'' when Blue expresses her wish to follow Hige because she can't stand the thought of dying alone. It's eventually averted as, when Blue is near death, Hige comes to her, despite being badly wounded himself, and tells her not to worry because he isn't going anywhere. Blue is able to GoOutWithASmile, and Hige convinces Tsume to [[MercyKill end his suffering]] soon after. [[TogetherInDeath One of the last shots is of the two of them lying side by side as the snow covers their bodies]].



* Yagami Light from ''Manga/DeathNote'', after being outwitted by Near, flees, and dies after Ryuk writes his name in the Death Note.
** In the manga, he dies surrounded by his enemies, while desperately calling his mistresses, one of whom he has killed recently.

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* Yagami Light from ''Manga/DeathNote'', after being outwitted by Near, flees, and dies after Ryuk writes his name in the Death Note.
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Note. In the manga, he dies surrounded by his enemies, while desperately calling his mistresses, one of whom he has killed recently.



* This is the fate of any jinchuuriki captured by the Akatsuki in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. Beaten into coma-like states, their beasts are torn from their bodies and they die alone and unmourned by their village. This is a big part of Naruto's motivation.

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This is the fate of any jinchuuriki captured by the Akatsuki in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''.Akatsuki. Beaten into coma-like states, their beasts are torn from their bodies and they die alone and unmourned by their village. This is a big part of Naruto's motivation.



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* The protagonist of ''Literature/{{ghostgirl}}'', Charlotte, was alone in a classroom when she died. She was choking on a gummy bear when the door was shut in her face. This caused the gummy bear to lodge itself even deeper into her throat. No one noticed her still in the classroom besides her crush, who thought she was waving at him.
21st Jul '16 7:31:40 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': In "Homecoming": The Spartan Daisy runs away from her training facility to be with her parents, she finds them only to see them living with a clone the facility made of her, none the wiser to them taking her as a child. When the clone degenerates, she dies peacefully in a hospital room, loving parents crying at her side, and buried as the real Daisy would be. Her parents would never know the real Daisy finally expires years later, alone on a battlefield under an alien sky, her mission to rescue some soldiers a failure as they tried to stay behind and take her with the rescue crew, which gets them killed. Some times afterward Master Chief passes her body, closes her eyes and folders her hands across her chest and around a tragic keepsake.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': In "Homecoming": The "Homecoming", Spartan Daisy runs away from her training facility to be with her parents, she and finds them only to see them living with a clone the facility made of her, none the wiser to them taking her as a child. When the clone degenerates, she dies peacefully in a hospital room, loving parents crying at her side, and buried as the real Daisy would be. Her parents would never know the real Daisy finally expires years later, alone on a battlefield under an alien sky, her mission to rescue some soldiers a failure as they tried to stay behind and take her with the rescue crew, which gets them killed. Some times afterward Master Chief passes her body, closes her eyes and folders folds her hands across her chest and around a tragic keepsake.
17th Jul '16 10:46:28 PM M84
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* Pycelle in''Series/GameOfThrones'' season 6. Qyburn (the one who has him killed) says he wished this could have happened in better circumstances.

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* Pycelle in''Series/GameOfThrones'' season 6. Qyburn (the one who has him killed) says he wished this could have happened in better circumstances. Lancel Lannister and Tommen Baratheon in the same episode. Lancel, paralyzed by a stab wound and alone in the tunnels beneath King's Landing, futilely tries to stop the wildfire from going off, and is its first victim. Tommen, staring at the still burning ruins of the Great Sept, is alone when he takes off his crown and calmly steps through the open window.
7th Jul '16 5:39:04 PM damus2300
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* Pycelle in''Series/GameOfThrones'' season 6. Qyburn (the one who has him killed) says he wished this could have happened in better circumstances.
30th Jun '16 4:29:06 PM Scraggle
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* It is prophesied that Ichise, the protagonist of ''Anime/{{Texhnolyze}}'' will die alone. [[spoiler:In the end he does, with all of Lux except the Shapes (who will soon power down) dead, but a final vision of Ran's flower adds a note of ambiguity.]]

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* It is prophesied that Ichise, the protagonist of ''Anime/{{Texhnolyze}}'' will die alone. [[spoiler:In In the end he does, with all of Lux except the Shapes (who will soon power down) dead, but a final vision of Ran's flower adds a note of ambiguity.]]



* [[spoiler:Jun Ushiro]] in the ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}'' anime. Fitting, as his is the last fight of the series, all of the other pilots are dead, and [[spoiler:his sister Kana]] is at home since he and [[spoiler:Youko]] saved her from being the last in the list. Also in the anime, the aforementioned [[spoiler:Youko Machi]] dies alone and [[SnowMeansDeath in the snow]], in front of her brother [[spoiler:Koyemushi's]] lifeless body.

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* [[spoiler:Jun Ushiro]] Jun Ushiro in the ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}'' anime. Fitting, as his is the last fight of the series, all of the other pilots are dead, and [[spoiler:his his sister Kana]] Kana is at home since he and [[spoiler:Youko]] Youko saved her from being the last in the list. Also in the anime, the aforementioned [[spoiler:Youko Machi]] Youko Machi dies alone and [[SnowMeansDeath in the snow]], in front of her brother [[spoiler:Koyemushi's]] Koyemushi's lifeless body.



* In ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'', Hayate notes in the introduction to Episode 9 that the thought of dying from her {{ill|Girl}}ness didn't scare her because she had been alone until the Wolkenritter came into her life, but now that they are depending on her, [[WorthLivingFor she wants to live and be there for them]]. [[spoiler:Graham also suggests that if she were to be sealed away with the Book of Darkness, no one would have to mourn her.]]

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* In ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'', Hayate notes in the introduction to Episode 9 that the thought of dying from her {{ill|Girl}}ness didn't scare her because she had been alone until the Wolkenritter came into her life, but now that they are depending on her, [[WorthLivingFor she wants to live and be there for them]]. [[spoiler:Graham Graham also suggests that if she were to be sealed away with the Book of Darkness, no one would have to mourn her.]]



* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', the sheer anonymity of [[NiceGuy Marco Bott]]'s death horrifies Jean - no one knows when or how he died, and until Jean identifies him he's just one of many nameless corpses. [[spoiler: In latter chapters, it's seen that he wasn't actually alone at his death, which makes it worse.]]

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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', the sheer anonymity of [[NiceGuy Marco Bott]]'s death horrifies Jean - no one knows when or how he died, and until Jean identifies him he's just one of many nameless corpses. [[spoiler: In latter later chapters, it's seen that he wasn't actually alone at his death, which makes it worse.]]



* In ''Manga/SchoolLive'', this was [[spoiler: Megumi]]'s fate. She tried to protect the others from the zombies, and later herself, after [[spoiler: being bitten.]]

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* In ''Manga/SchoolLive'', this was [[spoiler: Megumi]]'s Megumi's fate. She tried to protect the others from the zombies, and later herself, after [[spoiler: being bitten.]]



* In the old SpiderMan graphic novel ''Hooky'', Mandy tells Spidey that she doesn't truly believe it's possible for him to save her from the lethal curse that has sent the demonic assassin after her. The reason she wants him to come along is because she simply wants someone to know it happened, because otherwise, no-one would know she had died fighting it - or cared. [[spoiler: Fortunately, it ''is'' possible to defeat it; to make a long story short, she misinterpreted the prophecy that made her believe its purpose.]]

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* In the old SpiderMan graphic novel ''Hooky'', Mandy tells Spidey that she doesn't truly believe it's possible for him to save her from the lethal curse that has sent the demonic assassin after her. The reason she wants him to come along is because she simply wants someone to know it happened, because otherwise, no-one would know she had died fighting it - or cared. [[spoiler: Fortunately, it ''is'' possible to defeat it; to make a long story short, she misinterpreted the prophecy that made her believe its purpose.]]



* At the FinalBattle of ''[[Fanfic/YuGiOhTheThousandYearDoor Yu-Gi-Oh the Thousand Year Door: Redux]]'', [[spoiler:when Iris is finally defeated for good, she tells the heroes right before she dies that before she became the Shadow Queen, so long ago, she was so far into a DespairEventHorizon that she had given up all hope that she would be rescued, that she would survive, or even that anyone would care. She only had one hope left, and one desire: She didn't want to die without anyone knowing she had lived, or that she had even been born. She didn't care if anyone comforted her or pitied her, she just wanted someone to ''know''. The ironic part was, this one thing that was never included or even offered in [[DealWithTheDevil the bargain she made with Graz'zt]] that made her the Shadow Queen, but ironically, as she tells them this, it seems she gets her wish after all.]]

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* At the FinalBattle of ''[[Fanfic/YuGiOhTheThousandYearDoor Yu-Gi-Oh the Thousand Year Door: Redux]]'', [[spoiler:when when Iris is finally defeated for good, she tells the heroes right before she dies that before she became the Shadow Queen, so long ago, she was so far into a DespairEventHorizon that she had given up all hope that she would be rescued, that she would survive, or even that anyone would care. She only had one hope left, and one desire: She didn't want to die without anyone knowing she had lived, or that she had even been born. She didn't care if anyone comforted her or pitied her, she just wanted someone to ''know''. The ironic part was, this one thing that was never included or even offered in [[DealWithTheDevil the bargain she made with Graz'zt]] that made her the Shadow Queen, but ironically, as she tells them this, it seems she gets her wish after all.]]



* In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', Jason Stryker's [[spoiler:left behind as Dark Cerebro collapses around him.]]

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* In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', Jason Stryker's [[spoiler:left left behind as Dark Cerebro collapses around him.]]



* Given how often death comes in a setting where men and women pilot giant war machines, often in single combat, it is no surprise that the ''Franchise/BattleTechExpandedUniverse'' has this happen to many of its characters; for instance, it seems all too appropriate that this is the fate of [[spoiler: selfish schemers like Pavel Ridzik and Aldo Lestrade]] in during the ''Warrior'' trilogy. However, this is also done in a heartwrenching fashion during ''The Dying Time'' to [[spoiler: Lori Carlyle]] and ''The Hunters'' to [[spoiler: Morgan Hasek-Davion]].
* In Charles Logan's 1975 science-fiction novel ''Shipwreck'', there is only one character, Isidore Tansis: well, only one human character at least: there is a nearly-intelligent computer without consciousness, and also alien creatures of unknown intelligence. Tansis is the sole survivor of a spaceship nuclear power disaster (a few fellow survivors are mentioned briefly as having died of radiation sickness before the novel starts). He manages to escape in a scout craft and land on a nearby planet, where he has to figure out his own survival for years to come, as there is no hope of anyone coming to rescue him (no other ships are within many light-years, and the story is set in a universe with no faster-than-light travel). This is very difficult, as the planet is not quite hostile to human life, but rather inhospitable, and the struggle to survive gets harder and harder over some years, and his health eventually starts to fail. It is hardly a spoiler that, at the end, Tansis dies, since it is the inevitable outcome of the situation right from page 1; but what is not quite so clear is[[spoiler: whether he is in fact dying alone when in the company of several seal-like sea creatures with whom he cannot communicate, because they speak only by dilating their eye pupils in complex patterns, but with whom he somehow feels a mystical union]].

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* Given how often death comes in a setting where men and women pilot giant war machines, often in single combat, it is no surprise that the ''Franchise/BattleTechExpandedUniverse'' has this happen to many of its characters; for instance, it seems all too appropriate that this is the fate of [[spoiler: selfish schemers like Pavel Ridzik and Aldo Lestrade]] Lestrade in during the ''Warrior'' trilogy. However, this is also done in a heartwrenching fashion during ''The Dying Time'' to [[spoiler: Lori Carlyle]] Carlyle and ''The Hunters'' to [[spoiler: Morgan Hasek-Davion]].
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* In Charles Logan's 1975 science-fiction novel ''Shipwreck'', there is only one character, Isidore Tansis: well, only one human character at least: there is a nearly-intelligent computer without consciousness, and also alien creatures of unknown intelligence. Tansis is the sole survivor of a spaceship nuclear power disaster (a few fellow survivors are mentioned briefly as having died of radiation sickness before the novel starts). He manages to escape in a scout craft and land on a nearby planet, where he has to figure out his own survival for years to come, as there is no hope of anyone coming to rescue him (no other ships are within many light-years, and the story is set in a universe with no faster-than-light travel). This is very difficult, as the planet is not quite hostile to human life, but rather inhospitable, and the struggle to survive gets harder and harder over some years, and his health eventually starts to fail. It is hardly a spoiler that, at the end, Tansis dies, since it is the inevitable outcome of the situation right from page 1; but what is not quite so clear is[[spoiler: is whether he is in fact dying alone when in the company of several seal-like sea creatures with whom he cannot communicate, because they speak only by dilating their eye pupils in complex patterns, but with whom he somehow feels a mystical union]].union.



* In ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', when ''Serenity'' is crippled by an explosion, Mal evacuates the crew but stays onboard himself in the slim hope their distress signal is answered before he freezes. When told by Inara he doesn't have to stay behind and die alone, he counters: "Everybody dies alone." This convinces her despite her {{Tsundere}} tendencies because she's [[spoiler: SecretlyDying,]] which is why she doesn't pursue a relationship with him. A bit sadder in hindsight.

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* In ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', when ''Serenity'' is crippled by an explosion, Mal evacuates the crew but stays onboard himself in the slim hope their distress signal is answered before he freezes. When told by Inara he doesn't have to stay behind and die alone, he counters: "Everybody dies alone." This convinces her despite her {{Tsundere}} tendencies because she's [[spoiler: SecretlyDying,]] SecretlyDying, which is why she doesn't pursue a relationship with him. A bit sadder in hindsight.



* On ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', Earl has to make up for accidentally kidnapping a man in a previous episode. Great, except it turns out he died in a MurphysBed mishap in his apartment. Earl decides to give him a decent funeral...which proves to be a challenge, since Earl did not know him, and this man apparently did not have any family or friends. At least not in RealLife; it turns out that all his friends are [[spoiler: online.]]

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* On ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', Earl has to make up for accidentally kidnapping a man in a previous episode. Great, except it turns out he died in a MurphysBed mishap in his apartment. Earl decides to give him a decent funeral...which proves to be a challenge, since Earl did not know him, and this man apparently did not have any family or friends. At least not in RealLife; it turns out that all his friends are [[spoiler: online.]]



* In ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' this theme occurs at several points. Notably it is an underlying theme in the finale, as [[BenevolentAI The Machine]] discusses how she was forced to watch millions of people die in order to fully understand human behavior. She points out that most of them die alone. Though she also points out something else: [[spoiler: "Everyone dies alone. But if you meant something to someone, if you helped someone, or loved someone, if even a single person remembers you, then maybe you never really die. And maybe, this isn't the end at all." (The Machine, to herself; the last words of the series)]]

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* In ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' this theme occurs at several points. Notably it is an underlying theme in the finale, as [[BenevolentAI The Machine]] discusses how she was forced to watch millions of people die in order to fully understand human behavior. She points out that most of them die alone. Though she also points out something else: [[spoiler: "Everyone dies alone. But if you meant something to someone, if you helped someone, or loved someone, if even a single person remembers you, then maybe you never really die. And maybe, this isn't the end at all." (The Machine, to herself; the last words of the series)]] series)



** It was thought that Maiev the Warden had died on Outland some point during or after ''The Frozen Throne''. A text from god-knows-where says that she died "alone on the red sand, unmourned, unsung, with none to remember her fall, her soul empty of all but rage". It was later retconned when she was brought back for the Burning Crusade expansion of ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft.'' And after defeating Illidan with the help of the players, she admits that she is empty now, and as she's never seen again, is possibly subject to this trope. Maiev reappears in the novel ''Wolfheart'', which takes place back on Azeroth, and has become something of a police sergeant for Darnassus. [[spoiler: until it's revealed she had gone mad without Illidan to chase, and was murdering the Highborne herself. Jarod hesitated and she escaped.]]

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** It was thought that Maiev the Warden had died on Outland some point during or after ''The Frozen Throne''. A text from god-knows-where says that she died "alone on the red sand, unmourned, unsung, with none to remember her fall, her soul empty of all but rage". It was later retconned when she was brought back for the Burning Crusade expansion of ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft.'' And after defeating Illidan with the help of the players, she admits that she is empty now, and as she's never seen again, is possibly subject to this trope. Maiev reappears in the novel ''Wolfheart'', which takes place back on Azeroth, and has become something of a police sergeant for Darnassus. [[spoiler: Darnassus, until it's revealed she had gone mad without Illidan to chase, and was murdering the Highborne herself. Jarod hesitated and she escaped.]]



* In ''Videogame/{{MARDEK}}'' Mardek's best friend Deugan dies alone after fending off Moric's Dracelon, doubles as a heroic sacrifice, buying the Mardek time to escape. [[spoiler:It is heavily hinted that Deugan survived and took the name "Lone Wolf" and wore green full body armour to conceal his identity.]]

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* In ''Videogame/{{MARDEK}}'' Mardek's best friend Deugan dies alone after fending off Moric's Dracelon, doubles as a heroic sacrifice, buying the Mardek time to escape. [[spoiler:It It is heavily hinted that Deugan survived and took the name "Lone Wolf" and wore green full body armour to conceal his identity.]]



* In the Fade, this is revealed to be Solas's greatest fear in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition''. [[spoiler:Even if you romance him, he will break off the relationship himself, meaning it will very likely be his fate.]]

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* In the Fade, this is revealed to be Solas's greatest fear in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition''. [[spoiler:Even Even if you romance him, he will break off the relationship himself, meaning it will very likely be his fate.]]
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