History Main / EverybodyLives

2nd Jul '17 5:48:59 AM KrspaceT
Is there an issue? Send a Message


->'''Sun God:''' Everything lives. It lives before it dies, and we are judged by what we do during that time. Like a brilliant, life-giving star, we illuminate the universe, casting away the shadows. We celebrate life and then celebrate that creation. This is simply how things are. It cannot be contained. It never will. So we will not tolerate - we will not accept - the unnatural occurrence of an early end. Which is why I have summoned you here... to beat back the night... and to conquer death.

to:

->'''Sun -> '''Sun God:''' Everything lives. It lives before it dies, and we are judged by what we do during that time. Like a brilliant, life-giving star, we illuminate the universe, casting away the shadows. We celebrate life and then celebrate that creation. This is simply how things are. It cannot be contained. It never will. So we will not tolerate - we will not accept - the unnatural occurrence of an early end. Which is why I have summoned you here... to beat back the night... and to conquer death.
2nd Jul '17 5:48:45 AM KrspaceT
Is there an issue? Send a Message


->'''Sun God:'''Everything lives. It lives before it dies, and we are judged by what we do during that time. Like a brilliant, life-giving star, we illuminate the universe, casting away the shadows. We celebrate life and then celebrate that creation. This is simply how things are. It cannot be contained. It never will. So we will not tolerate - we will not accept - the unnatural occurrence of an early end. Which is why I have summoned you here... to beat back the night... and to conquer death.

to:

->'''Sun God:'''Everything God:''' Everything lives. It lives before it dies, and we are judged by what we do during that time. Like a brilliant, life-giving star, we illuminate the universe, casting away the shadows. We celebrate life and then celebrate that creation. This is simply how things are. It cannot be contained. It never will. So we will not tolerate - we will not accept - the unnatural occurrence of an early end. Which is why I have summoned you here... to beat back the night... and to conquer death.
2nd Jul '17 5:47:47 AM KrspaceT
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* This is the goal of the Great Society from [[Comicbook/JonathanHickmansAvengers the New Avengers]]. In opposing the collapse of the Multiverse they refuse to take any lives or destroy any inhabited world. The Superman expy who leads them even gave a speech that directly invokes this, contrasting Reed Richard's earlier 'everything dies' speech.
->'''Sun God:'''Everything lives. It lives before it dies, and we are judged by what we do during that time. Like a brilliant, life-giving star, we illuminate the universe, casting away the shadows. We celebrate life and then celebrate that creation. This is simply how things are. It cannot be contained. It never will. So we will not tolerate - we will not accept - the unnatural occurrence of an early end. Which is why I have summoned you here... to beat back the night... and to conquer death.
11th Jun '17 12:37:40 PM Meyers07TheTroper
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''Film/{{Showtime}}'' is a BuddyCopShow where nobody dies.
27th May '17 9:00:13 PM MarsPlatypus
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Nobody dies in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "The Rain King", unless you count animal deaths (there was a poor cow). The double-part "Dreamland" is also an example, as the only character who did die in the first part was brought back to life in the second one. And in the very next episode, "How the Ghosts Stole Christmas", nobody dies technically, as everyone other than Mulder and Scully [[spoiler:is already dead to begin with]].
23rd Apr '17 2:45:04 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''
** the ending to ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'' not only finds the whole party alive and well, but the final boss too.

to:

* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''
''VideoGame/TalesSeries''
** the The ending to ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'' not only finds the whole party alive and well, but the final boss too.
31st Mar '17 9:45:35 PM TeraChimera
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* With the exception of [[spoiler:Mark's potatoes, there are no deaths in ''Film/TheMartian''. Yes, even in a film directed by Creator/RidleyScott, and prominently including [[ChronicallyKilledActor Sean Bean]] (though his character does commit career suicide).]]

to:

* With the exception of [[spoiler:Mark's Mark's potatoes, there are no deaths in ''Film/TheMartian''. Yes, even in a film directed by Creator/RidleyScott, and prominently including [[ChronicallyKilledActor Sean Bean]] (though his character does commit career suicide).]]
16th Mar '17 5:59:50 AM morenohijazo
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The only ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' to end without a fatality or carnage of any sort is "Comic/{{Deadpool}} vs. [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pinkie Pie]]". It starts out normally enough with the combatants duking it out until they [[BreakingTheFourthWall fourth wall-breaking abilities]]. Realizing they have much in common, they immediately call off the fight and become friends, effectively meaning that their destruction of the fourth wall allows them to break the rules of Death Battle that dictate one or both combatants need to die. This outcome naturally leaves Wiz and Boomstick equal parts disappointed and completely baffled as Deadpool and Pinkie Pie cap things off with a neatly hung [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]]:

to:

* The only ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' to end without a fatality or carnage of any sort is "Comic/{{Deadpool}} "ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} vs. [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Pinkie Pie]]". It starts out normally enough with the combatants duking it out until they [[BreakingTheFourthWall fourth wall-breaking abilities]]. Realizing they have much in common, they immediately call off the fight and become friends, effectively meaning that their destruction of the fourth wall allows them to break the rules of Death Battle that dictate one or both combatants need to die. This outcome naturally leaves Wiz and Boomstick equal parts disappointed and completely baffled as Deadpool and Pinkie Pie cap things off with a neatly hung [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]]:
27th Feb '17 4:27:24 PM Angeldeb82
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Manga/OnePiece'' had this going for a while, like when a character appears to have died [[DisneyDeath turns out to be OK by the end of the arc]], and only in flashbacks have characters died, [[spoiler:which makes Ace and Whitebeard's deaths all the more jarring]]

to:

* ''Manga/OnePiece'' had this going for a while, like when a character appears to have died [[DisneyDeath turns out to be OK by the end of the arc]], and only in flashbacks have characters died, [[spoiler:which makes Ace and Whitebeard's deaths all the more jarring]]jarring.]]



* The TV series of ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' was a particularly bloody DarkMagicalGirl show. There was only one episode which had a happy (and LesYay) ending and in which nobody died (unless you count evil dolls). However the show seemed to feel the need to compensate for this by killing off an entire village in the next episode.

to:

* The TV series of ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' was a particularly bloody DarkMagicalGirl show. There was only one episode which had a happy (and LesYay) [[HoYay Les Yay]]) ending and in which nobody died (unless you count evil dolls). However the show seemed to feel the need to compensate for this by killing off an entire village in the next episode.
27th Feb '17 4:26:26 PM Angeldeb82
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''This is an [[EndingTropes Ending trope]], so beware of spoilers.'''

to:

'''This is an [[EndingTropes Ending trope]], {{Ending trope|s}}, so beware of spoilers.'''



* In ''Film/MagicalLegendOfTheLeprechauns''...let's say that the ending is a complete reversal of the source material, Shakespeare's ''RomeoAndJuliet''.

to:

* In ''Film/MagicalLegendOfTheLeprechauns''...let's say that the ending is a complete reversal of the source material, Shakespeare's ''RomeoAndJuliet''.''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''.



** The {{Trope Namer|s}} is [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E10TheDoctorDances "The Doctor Dances"]], which ends with the above quote as [[spoiler:the kid who got hit by a bomb and all the other gas-mask zombies [[BackFromTheDead get better]], extra points that a random old lady even had [[MakesSenseInContext her amputated leg restored]]]].

to:

** The {{Trope Namer|s}} is [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E10TheDoctorDances "The Doctor Dances"]], which ends with the above quote as [[spoiler:the kid who got hit by a bomb and all the other gas-mask zombies [[BackFromTheDead get better]], extra points that a random old lady even had [[MakesSenseInContext [[ItMakesSenseInContext her amputated leg restored]]]].



* ''Bérénice'' is the only tragic play by Jean Racine where all the protagonist live through it. The end where the lovers have to live apart still manages to be depressing.

to:

* ''Bérénice'' is the only tragic play by Jean Racine where all the protagonist protagonists live through it. The end where the lovers have to live apart still manages to be depressing.



** The GoldenEnding of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has this as the result of the much vaunted SuicideMission. ''Only'' if you [[spoiler: fully upgrade the ship, gain the majority of the squad's loyalty, enter the final mission as soon as the crew is kidnapped, assign the mission duties ''perfectly''--if you missed any loyalties, [[ShmuckBait don't use those team members]],--and make sure you leave behind the right people and have enough loyalty to HoldTheLine]]. This is one happy ending you will have to ''[[EarnYourHappyEnding earn]]''.
** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', the GoldenEnding to the Rannoch arc, [[spoiler:where if you have [[GuideDangIt done everything right in the previous game as well as this one]], you can convince the quarians and the geth to finally make peace after three hundred years of war. Technically, Legion ''does'' cease to exist even then, but it's not so much death as "becoming part of the entire Geth race" to spread the modified Reaper code and give them true sentience.]].

to:

** The GoldenEnding of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has this as the result of the much vaunted SuicideMission. ''Only'' if you [[spoiler: fully upgrade the ship, gain the majority of the squad's loyalty, enter the final mission as soon as the crew is kidnapped, assign the mission duties ''perfectly''--if you missed any loyalties, [[ShmuckBait don't use those team members]],--and make sure you leave behind the right people and have enough loyalty to HoldTheLine]]. This is one happy ending you will have to ''[[EarnYourHappyEnding earn]]''.
''{{earn|YourHappyEnding}}''.
** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', the GoldenEnding to the Rannoch arc, [[spoiler:where if you have [[GuideDangIt done everything right in the previous game as well as this one]], you can convince the quarians and the geth Geth to finally make peace after three hundred years of war. Technically, Legion ''does'' cease to exist even then, but it's not so much death as "becoming part of the entire Geth race" to spread the modified Reaper code and give them true sentience.]].]]



* The original anime of ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' is a downplayed case. [[spoiler: In the post-Madoka-rewrite universe Sayaka still dies from magic depletion at the train station but instead of CessationOfExistence she AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence to be with Madoka]]. However, two video games based off of the series (one official, one fan-made) allow this outcome:

to:

* The original anime of ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' is a downplayed case. [[spoiler: In the post-Madoka-rewrite universe Sayaka still dies from magic depletion at the train station but instead of CessationOfExistence she AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence Ascends to a Higher Plane of Existence]] to be with Madoka]]. However, two video games based off of the series (one official, one fan-made) allow this outcome:



* ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault'': The murder mystery sidequest can be solved without any deaths, but it requires [[spoiler:inspecting the "corpse" of the first victim ''seventeen times'', with only the first and the last having any apparent effect]]. [[GuideDangIt The game provides precisely zero hints that this is possible]]. [[spoiler:It's significantly easier in later loops]].

to:

* ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault'': The murder mystery sidequest can be solved without any deaths, but it requires [[spoiler:inspecting the "corpse" of the first victim ''seventeen times'', with only the first and the last having any apparent effect]]. [[GuideDangIt The game provides precisely zero hints that this is possible]]. possible.]] [[spoiler:It's significantly easier in later loops]].loops.]]



* ''VideoGame/NoOneHasToDie'' ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, of course, but [[EarnYourHappyEnding the gameplay will tell the players otherwise.]]
* ''VideoGame/UntilDawn'' has an achievement called 'everybody lives'. It's a slight misnomer as two characters [[YouCantFightFate die no matter what you do because their fate is out of your hands]], but the achievement is earned by saving everyone you ''can'' save, by making the right choices and at QuickTimeEvent success.

to:

* ''VideoGame/NoOneHasToDie'' ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, of course, but [[EarnYourHappyEnding the gameplay will tell the players otherwise.]]
otherwise]].
* ''VideoGame/UntilDawn'' has an achievement called 'everybody lives'. It's a slight misnomer as two characters [[YouCantFightFate die no matter what you do because their fate is out of your hands]], but the achievement is earned by saving everyone you ''can'' save, by making the right choices and at QuickTimeEvent [[PressXToNotDie Quick Time Event]] success.
This list shows the last 10 events of 236. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.EverybodyLives