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19th Feb '18 5:43:46 AM gb00393
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*** At the end of Season 6, the [[spoiler: Baratheon line is effectively extinguished. The legitimate ones were killed following the Battle of Winterfell, while the King's Landing branch which is Baratheon in-name-only died one by one under different circumstances. All that's left of the once great house is an unknown number of bastard children fathered by Robert. Most of the known ones (except Gendry) were purged by King Joffrey in the beginning of his reign and unlikely to be ever legitimized by the current regime in order to not threaten it]].

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*** At the end of Season 6, the [[spoiler: Baratheon line is effectively extinguished. The legitimate ones were killed following the Battle of Winterfell, while the King's Landing branch (the three supposed offspring of Robert Baratheon and Cersei Lannister) which is Baratheon in-name-only died one by one under different circumstances.circumstances. Joffrey was poisoned for being a madman and a threat to the Tyrells, Myrcella was poisoned due to a potentially avoidable rivalry with Dorne thanks to Tywin Lannister allowing Gregor Clegane to kill Elia Martell years earlier (along with her brother's death when the two clashed), and Tommen committed suicide when his mother murdered all of her political adversaries (including his wife) with a massive explosion that killed hundreds (if not more) of his subjects. Ultimately, Lannister pettiness was the King's Landing branch's downfall, and only Joffrey could be said to have invited the fate brought upon him. All that's left of the once great house is an unknown number of bastard children fathered by Robert. Most of the known ones (except Gendry) were purged by King Joffrey in the beginning of his reign and unlikely to be ever legitimized by the current regime in order to not threaten it]].
16th Feb '18 6:13:01 AM cwickham
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** In "Skipper", Rimmer travels to a parallel universe where the nuclear leak hasn't yet happened, and this trope is inverted, as Holly informs him "Nobody's dead" in much the same way that he did to Lister.
26th Oct '17 10:16:39 AM sarysa
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* In ''Film/TheHatefulEight'', [[spoiler:everyone, past and present, dies...though Warren and Mannix's deaths are merely heavily implied.]]
9th Sep '17 12:01:00 PM nighttrainfm
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** Kakashi's BackStory is like this too. In relatively rapid succession, his mother, father, best friend, mentor, mentor's wife, and other teammate all die. It's apparently for this reason that he joined [[RedShirtArmy ANBU]] at age fourteen. Much later, when Sasuke half-threatens to kill someone important to Kakashi to make him feel his pain, Kakashi simply replies that [[ArmorPiercingResponse everyone he cares about is already dead.]][[spoiler:Finding out that one of his loved ones isn't as dead as he thought (at least not [[BecameTheirOwnAntithesis physically]]) does not bring him any comfort.]]

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** Kakashi's BackStory is like this too. In relatively rapid succession, his mother, father, best friend, mentor, mentor's wife, and other teammate all die. It's apparently for this reason that he joined [[RedShirtArmy ANBU]] at age fourteen. Much later, when Sasuke half-threatens to kill someone important to Kakashi to make him feel his pain, Kakashi simply replies that [[ArmorPiercingResponse everyone he cares about is already dead.]][[spoiler:Finding ]] [[spoiler:Finding out that one of his loved ones isn't as dead as he thought (at least not [[BecameTheirOwnAntithesis physically]]) does not bring him any comfort.]]
26th Aug '17 9:22:02 AM jamespolk
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* Another Russian film, ''The Dawns Here Are Quiet'' (1972), takes place during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and follows an army sergeant in command of an AmazonBrigade made up of utterly incompetent volunteers. They try to stop a German diversion group and succeed at the cost of all of girls' lives (while the sergeant survives until twenty years after the war),

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* Another Russian film, ''The Dawns Here Are Quiet'' ''Film/TheDawnsHereAreQuiet'' (1972), takes place during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and follows an army sergeant in command of an AmazonBrigade made up of utterly incompetent volunteers. They try to stop a German diversion group and succeed at the cost of all of girls' lives (while the sergeant survives until twenty years after the war),
23rd Aug '17 8:59:29 AM Kazmahu
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* Happens several times over in ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'', and the three biggest are all plot-relevant:
** First, [[spoiler:Humanity is actually long extinct, meaning [=YoRHa=] and Androids as a whole are fighting for an empty cause.]]
** Second, [[spoiler:the Bunker is destroyed, almost every [=YoRHa=] android is wiped out by the Logic Virus, and 2B suffers a MercyKill, leaving 9S all alone - something that is ''not'' good for his mental state.]]
** Lastly, [[spoiler:as of the end of the game, a total of two named characters survive. The sum total of surviving characters are them, a handful of Resistance stragglers, and certain player characters depending on the exact ending.]]
7th Aug '17 7:59:14 AM catmuto
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* ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'' has an all-but-bluntly-put moment near the end of the game, when Yamato tells the other party members that [[spoiler:, in order for Polaris to change the world,]] all of mankind's desire must be the same. The entire party consists of twelve people. The rest of humanity is ''gone''.
** [[UpdatedRerelease Record Breaker]] has Daichi's nightmare on Wednesday. He's crawling around a destroyed location and calling out for his teammates, but nobody is answering. The camera pans around and shows the other party members lying motionless on the ground, all of them dead. And then Daichi [[MortalWoundReveal turns and reveals a bleeding stomach wound]]. [[spoiler:It turns out that this isn't just a bad dream, this ''actually'' happened during the second cycle of the world, with ''Record Breaker'' taking part during the third cycle.]]
21st Jul '17 8:28:14 AM Discar
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* In {{Literature/Domina}} [[VoiceWithAnInternetConnection MC]] to Adam
** [[spoiler:"There are no other survivors."]]

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* In {{Literature/Domina}} ''{{Literature/Domina}}'': When a sound-based virus turns the entire city into superpowered zombies, Adam manages to survive by deafening himself, then escapes. [[VoiceWithAnInternetConnection MC]] guides him to Adam
** [[spoiler:"There
a place of relative safety, and then he asks where he should meet up with the other survivors. She sadly says there are no other survivors."]]survivors, and details how the zombies managed to overwhelm every single defense in the city.
-->'''MC:''' You are currently the last living, sane person in Domina City.
20th Jul '17 12:10:15 PM EO01163
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** The Starks are reduced down to a few children by the end of Season 3.

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** The Starks are reduced down to a few children by the end of Season 3. Fortunately, they have returned and reclaimed their home.
17th Jul '17 7:11:56 AM sayaleviathan
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*** In the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Margaery, Loras, and Mace]] die when Cersei blows up the sept with them in it. Only [[spoiler: Olenna]] is left alive, but since [[spoiler: Olenna]] is a Redwyne by birth, the [[spoiler: Tyrell]] bloodline is extinct. In the books, there are numerous minor [[spoiler: Tyrell]] cousins (through [[spoiler: Mace's]] two sisters, and old Lord [[spoiler: Luthor's]] younger brothers). Some of the female cousins serve as [[spoiler: Margaery's]] handmaidens. Even the TV series briefly acknowledged that other [[spoiler: Tyrell]] cousins exist in Season 3 one of them even had a speaking line and outright called [[spoiler: Olenna]] "Nana" (grandmother). The ''main branch'' of the family, however, is very clearly dead beyond recovery.
*** At the end of Season 6, the [[spoiler: Baratheon]] line is effectively extinguished. The legitimate ones were killed following the Battle of Winterfell, while the King's Landing branch which is [[spoiler: Baratheon]] in-name-only died one by one under different circumstances. All that's left of the once great house is an unknown number of bastard children fathered by [[spoiler: Robert]]. Most of the known ones (except [[spoiler: Gendry]]) were purged by King Joffrey in the beginning of his reign and unlikely to be ever legitimized by the current regime in order to not threaten it.
*** House [[spoiler: Martell]] is effectively extinct as of Season 6. The only [[spoiler: Martells]] by blood are [[spoiler: the Sand Snakes]], but they're illegitimate and much-despised kinslayers.
*** House [[spoiler: Bolton]] is effectively extinct at the end of Season 6, with all their members being killed by [[spoiler: Ramsay]] and him finally meeting his end after the Battle of the Bastards. Sansa confirms that their lands, name and titles will be completely erased from history.

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*** In the Season 6 finale, [[spoiler: Margaery, Loras, and Mace]] Mace die when Cersei blows up the sept with them in it. Only [[spoiler: Olenna]] Olenna is left alive, but since [[spoiler: Olenna]] Olenna is a Redwyne by birth, the [[spoiler: Tyrell]] Tyrell bloodline is extinct. In the books, there are numerous minor [[spoiler: Tyrell]] Tyrell cousins (through [[spoiler: Mace's]] Mace's two sisters, and old Lord [[spoiler: Luthor's]] Luthor's younger brothers). Some of the female cousins serve as [[spoiler: Margaery's]] Margaery's handmaidens. Even the TV series briefly acknowledged that other [[spoiler: Tyrell]] Tyrell cousins exist in Season 3 one of them even had a speaking line and outright called [[spoiler: Olenna]] called Olenna "Nana" (grandmother). The ''main branch'' of the family, however, is very clearly dead beyond recovery.
recovery]].
*** At the end of Season 6, the [[spoiler: Baratheon]] Baratheon line is effectively extinguished. The legitimate ones were killed following the Battle of Winterfell, while the King's Landing branch which is [[spoiler: Baratheon]] Baratheon in-name-only died one by one under different circumstances. All that's left of the once great house is an unknown number of bastard children fathered by [[spoiler: Robert]]. Robert. Most of the known ones (except [[spoiler: Gendry]]) Gendry) were purged by King Joffrey in the beginning of his reign and unlikely to be ever legitimized by the current regime in order to not threaten it.
it]].
*** House [[spoiler: Martell]] As of Season 6, [[spoiler:House Martell is effectively extinct as of Season 6. extinct . The only [[spoiler: Martells]] Martells by blood are [[spoiler: the Sand Snakes]], Snakes, but they're illegitimate and much-despised kinslayers.
kinslayers]].
*** House [[spoiler: Bolton]] At the end of Season 6, [[spoiler:House Bolton is effectively extinct at the end of Season 6, , with all their members being killed by [[spoiler: Ramsay]] Ramsay and him finally meeting his end after the Battle of the Bastards. Sansa confirms that their lands, name and titles will be completely erased from history.history]].
** In the Season 7 premiere, Arya Stark eradicated [[spoiler:the entire male line of House Frey after she assassinated the patriarch, Walder Frey, in the Season 6 finale while sparing the women]].
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