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13th Sep '16 5:33:16 PM DustSnitch
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** Happened offscreen during the Time War, when the Time Lord and Daleks were wiped out ([[spoiler:in a manner of speaking]]) and only the Doctor seems to have survived. The Ninth Doctor's epic SurvivorGuilt over this was arguably his main character trait.

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** Happened offscreen during the Time War, when the Time Lord and Daleks were wiped out ([[spoiler:in a manner of speaking]]) and only the Doctor seems to have survived. The Ninth Doctor's epic SurvivorGuilt over this was arguably his main character trait.
13th Sep '16 5:32:35 PM DustSnitch
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** The episode "Turn Left"' is one long conversation between Donna and [[spoiler:Rose]]. [[ForWantOfANail Donna turns right instead of left]], and the whole world changes. Every other character that's ever had billing in all three series and is not already dead, dies in this episode through one HeroicSacrifice after another. That is, [[spoiler:the Doctor (who does ''not'' get better), Martha, [[Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures Sarah Jane, Maria, Clyde, Luke]], [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Gwen and Ianto]].]] Jack is still alive [[spoiler:([[{{Immortality}} obviously]])]], but [[spoiler:a prisoner of the Sontarans and is in no position to help.]]

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** The episode "Turn Left"' is one long conversation between Donna and [[spoiler:Rose]].Rose Tyler. [[ForWantOfANail Donna turns right instead of left]], and the whole world changes. Every other character that's ever had billing in all three series and is not already dead, dies in this episode through one HeroicSacrifice after another. That is, [[spoiler:the the Doctor (who does ''not'' get better), Martha, [[Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures Sarah Jane, Maria, Clyde, Luke]], Luke, [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Gwen and Ianto]].]] Jack is still alive [[spoiler:([[{{Immortality}} obviously]])]], ]], but [[spoiler:a a prisoner of the Sontarans and is in no position to help.]]



** In "The Time of the Angels" and "Flesh and Stone" everybody but the Doctor, Amy, and River Song are dead by the end of it. [[spoiler: Several of the clerics are even erased from time, remembered only by the TARDIS veterans.]]



** In "The Time of the Angels" and "Flesh and Stone" everybody but the Doctor, Amy, and River Song are dead by the end of it. [[spoiler: Several of the clerics are even erased from time, remembered only by the TARDIS veterans.]]
20th Aug '16 9:23:06 AM nombretomado
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* Something similar happens to the unfortunate Rina in ''TheDragonDoctors''. The young lady is turned to stone for two thousand years and is devastated to learn everyone she's ever known is dead. Kili the shaman also went through a similar experience; as a kid, everyone but Kili in Kili's town was killed by a tsunami, leaving Kili to wander the beach looking for survivors and screaming at the sky when none were found.

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* Something similar happens to the unfortunate Rina in ''TheDragonDoctors''.''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors''. The young lady is turned to stone for two thousand years and is devastated to learn everyone she's ever known is dead. Kili the shaman also went through a similar experience; as a kid, everyone but Kili in Kili's town was killed by a tsunami, leaving Kili to wander the beach looking for survivors and screaming at the sky when none were found.
16th Aug '16 6:04:08 PM Scolopendra
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* Curiously enough, even invoked in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' during it's fifth season finale. After Twilight Sparkle and [[spoiler:Starlight Glimmer]] fight through the timeline a few times, things become so broken that it's flat out stated that [[OneWingedAngel Tirek]]--with no Mane Six to stop him, since they never became friends to begin with--won in [[AlternateTimeline what would've been the finale of the fourth season]]. Given that he's an [[OmnicidalManiac Omnicidal Maniac]] and the scene of this timeline is just [[DesolationShot a pan across a grey, decaying landscape]]... the only reason they don't outright ''say'' he murdered everyone and destroyed everything is because the primary target audience is three to five years of age. [[spoiler:This shocks Starlight Glimmer enough that [[HeelRealization she realizes this is all her fault]] and [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong helps to fix it.]] ]]
7th Aug '16 11:02:40 AM nombretomado
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* In TheDCU mini-series ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'', viewpoint character Norman [=McKay=] has prophetic visions telling him that this will happen to Superman. In the end [[spoiler:it happens exactly like that. Except instead of redshirts, it's an entire battlefield filled with most of the superhuman characters in the DC universe which gets hit with a nuke. There ''are'' survivors, thanks to [[{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]'s HeroicSacrifice, but most of them are dead, with Superman kneeling in the ashes, more or less unharmed but ''exceptionally angry''. Kingdom Come is worth reading just for this -- it's a rare time we've ever seen Supes in a true, unhindered, out-and-out homicidal rage]].

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* In TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU mini-series ''ComicBook/KingdomCome'', viewpoint character Norman [=McKay=] has prophetic visions telling him that this will happen to Superman. In the end [[spoiler:it happens exactly like that. Except instead of redshirts, it's an entire battlefield filled with most of the superhuman characters in the DC universe which gets hit with a nuke. There ''are'' survivors, thanks to [[{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]'s HeroicSacrifice, but most of them are dead, with Superman kneeling in the ashes, more or less unharmed but ''exceptionally angry''. Kingdom Come is worth reading just for this -- it's a rare time we've ever seen Supes in a true, unhindered, out-and-out homicidal rage]].
5th Aug '16 12:08:30 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Twice in ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': ''[[VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved Combat Evolved]]''. Before the game even starts, the human military capital of Reach is bombed into molten glass, with the ''Pillar of Autumn'' being one of the few ships to escape. By the end of the game, the titular ring-world is blown up, and pretty much everyone on it dies; the only surviving humans are the Master Chief, his trusty [=AI=] Cortana, [[spoiler:Sergeant Johnson]], and a handful of other stragglers. Only the first three make it back to human-controlled space.
** By the end of the original trilogy, Earth's population is reduced to a few hundred million, its fleet is all but gone, and a good chunk of Africa has been rendered uninhabitable. Fortunately, as shown in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', humanity as a whole still has enough planets and people left that it takes less than four years for humans to reestablish themselves as a major power.
* The same thing also happens in ''Halo'''s spiritual predecessor ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'': after you save the titular colony ship from the Pfhor in the first game, the sequel reveals that during the intervening years, [[PlayerPunch the Pfhor came back while you were gone and virtually nuked the Marathon to oblivion]]. The final game ends with only a few dozen humans from the colony still alive.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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Twice in ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': ''[[VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved Combat Evolved]]''.''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved''. Before the game even starts, the human military capital of Reach is bombed into molten glass, with the ''Pillar of Autumn'' being one of the few ships to escape. By the end of the game, the titular ring-world is blown up, and pretty much everyone on it dies; the only surviving humans are final cutscene has the Master Chief, Chief and his trusty [=AI=] Cortana, [[spoiler:Sergeant Johnson]], Cortana searching in vain for other survivors. While ''Literature/HaloFirstStrike'' reveals that Sergeant Johnson and a handful of other stragglers. Only others also managed to survive both Reach and Halo, the first three make book ends with only a small fraction of even those few survivors making it back alive to human-controlled space.
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** By the end of the original trilogy, Earth's population is reduced to a few hundred million, its fleet is all but gone, and a good chunk of Africa has been rendered uninhabitable. Fortunately, as shown in In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', humanity as a whole still has enough planets "Composer" ends with [[spoiler:the Didact using the Composer to kill everyone aboard Ivanoff Station, with Chief and people left that it takes less than four years for humans Cortana being the only two to reestablish themselves as a major power.
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* The same thing also happens in ''Halo'''s ''Halo''[='s=] spiritual predecessor ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'': after you save the titular colony ship from the Pfhor in the first game, the sequel reveals that during the intervening years, [[PlayerPunch the Pfhor came back while you were gone and virtually nuked the Marathon to oblivion]]. The final game ends with only a few dozen humans from the colony still alive.
25th Jul '16 9:06:16 PM lalalei2001
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* In the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'', Yugi experiences this as [[spoiler: he is the only survivor after Paradox destroys Domino City.]]

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* In the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'', ''Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime'', Yugi experiences this as [[spoiler: he is the only survivor after Paradox destroys Domino City.]]
24th Jul '16 5:29:26 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* The MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha fanfic "Toward the World's End" invokes this. In fact, if you'll believe the author, it's based around it. In the first fic, "Lifetime Destiny" what may be the ''entire'' population of earth is wiped out. The only known survivors, under a eerie green sky, are the series protagonist Nanoha herself, and the fic's OC Protagonist, Arthur Kingston. Arthur manages to take Nanoha and himself to a deserted island, to spare Nanoha from having to see death and dead bodies everywhere as well, completely cutting them off.

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* The MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' fanfic "Toward the World's End" invokes this. In fact, if you'll believe the author, it's based around it. In the first fic, "Lifetime Destiny" what may be the ''entire'' population of earth is wiped out. The only known survivors, under a eerie green sky, are the series protagonist Nanoha herself, and the fic's OC Protagonist, Arthur Kingston. Arthur manages to take Nanoha and himself to a deserted island, to spare Nanoha from having to see death and dead bodies everywhere as well, completely cutting them off.
28th Jun '16 7:02:27 AM Chepicus
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** Also, by the same author, ''Manga/ElDlive''. [[spoiler:I chapter 31, the enemy group, Hebun Saida, planted a lethal virus inside elDLIVE's Solar System District Station. [[TheHero Chuuta]] and the main team were outside, teaching him to move in space. When they decide that it's enough, they head back to the station, but when they try to access, they can't open the door, because there's already an emergency code. They check in their computers the personnel's status. A large screen displaying the personnel's faces was also marking them with a big X over them and a DEAD word below them. They decide to check the bridge, only to find those they were friends with, in their last seconds]].

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** Also, by the same author, ''Manga/ElDlive''. [[spoiler:I [[spoiler:In chapter 31, the enemy group, Hebun Saida, planted a lethal virus inside elDLIVE's Solar System District Station. [[TheHero Chuuta]] and the main team were outside, teaching him to move in space. When they decide that it's enough, they head back to the station, but when they try to access, they can't open the door, because there's already an emergency code. They check in their computers the personnel's status. A large screen displaying the personnel's faces was also marking them with a big X over them and a DEAD word below them. They decide to check the bridge, only to find those they were friends with, in their last seconds]].
28th Jun '16 7:00:43 AM Chepicus
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** Also, by the same author, ''Manga/ElDlive''. [[spoiler:I chapter 31, the enemy group, Hebun Saida, planted a lethal virus inside elDLIVE's Solar System District Station. [[TheHero Chuuta]] and the main team were outside, teaching him to move in space. When they decide that it's enough, they head back to the station, but when they try to access, they can't open the door, because there's already an emergency code. They check in their computers the personnel's status. A large screen displaying the personnel's faces was also marking them with a big X over them and a DEAD word below them. They decide to check the bridge, only to find those they were friends with, in their last seconds]].
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