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15th Oct '17 1:51:00 PM nombretomado
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* For people who read the ''Twilight'' book series, the scene near the end of ''BreakingDawn'' where quite a few characters die is an absolute shocker. Once the scene completes, we see [[spoiler:it was a vision Alice saw of the future]], invoking this trope.

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* For people who read the ''Twilight'' ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' book series, the scene near the end of ''BreakingDawn'' ''[[Film/{{Twilight}} Breaking Dawn]]'' where quite a few characters die is an absolute shocker. Once the scene completes, we see [[spoiler:it was a vision Alice saw of the future]], invoking this trope.
14th Oct '17 12:17:45 AM Piterpicher
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* In ''MatchesAndMatrimony'', both the Bingely and Wickeby paths will at one point inform you that [[spoiler:your chosen suitor has married/gotten engaged to another woman]]. At this point, the narration will start to get sad, sending you back home, looking extremely similar to the closing of the paths that lead you to the bad "Miss Bennet" ending... until [[spoiler:your suitor comes to declare their love and tell you they are free to marry.]]

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* In ''MatchesAndMatrimony'', ''VideoGame/MatchesAndMatrimony'', both the Bingely and Wickeby paths will at one point inform you that [[spoiler:your chosen suitor has married/gotten engaged to another woman]]. At this point, the narration will start to get sad, sending you back home, looking extremely similar to the closing of the paths that lead you to the bad "Miss Bennet" ending... until [[spoiler:your suitor comes to declare their love and tell you they are free to marry.]]
13th Oct '17 1:28:22 PM Shadoboy
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13th Oct '17 1:27:20 PM iwantedtoaddsomething
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* The second act of ''VideoGame/PokemonSuperMysteryDungeon'' ends with the heroes meeting the culprit behind the incidents of Pokemon being turned into stone, only to be petrified themselves after being manipulated into helping them destroy the only cure. The next few levels take place in the [[PhantomZone Voidlands]] where the spirits of the petrified wander; the hero and partner characters manage to escape to make things right.

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* The second act of ''VideoGame/PokemonSuperMysteryDungeon'' ends with the heroes meeting the culprit behind the incidents of Pokemon being turned into stone, only to [[spoiler: be petrified themselves after being manipulated into helping them destroy the only cure. The next few levels take place in the [[PhantomZone Voidlands]] Voidlands where the spirits of the petrified wander; the hero and partner characters manage to escape to make things right.]]
13th Oct '17 1:26:01 PM Shadoboy
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* ''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie'' has a segment where the victim is a man whose home gets broken in and the thief throws him off the balcony. Then we see the usual recap and the screen that numbers and names the death: "Homie Invasion"... then a record scratch happens and the narrator quips "Wait, it cannot end like this!". Turns out the man suffered of Lazarus Syndrome and raised up after a moment. He wandered back into his house and, when the thief sees him alive again, he gets so scared he [[LaserGuidedKarma ends up falling over the same railing]]. Thr screen is shown again, though now the death is renamed "Homie's Dead".
12th Sep '17 9:11:37 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''Gunstar Super Heroes'', the GBA sequel to the Genesis game ''GunstarHeroes'', Black's dice maze includes a new room. In the Japanese version of the game, upon entering this room through sheer (bad) luck, you are treated to a message that claims that failure to complete this challenge will cause your game file to be erased and if you think you can't do it, you should press Start+Select+A+B to reset the game and start the stage over from beginning. Next, you have to frantically blast through the floor of a seemingly endless vertical shaft while a literal representation of your game file crashes down from above. In the (extremely) likely chance it eventually catches up to you and crushes you, it turns out that the game was only kidding, but even if you survive, you still have to redo a large portion of the level. The US version has the same room, but the effect is lost because there's no message and the tombstone graphic has been altered so that the text in it refers to your character instead of your save file, although the location is still called File Crasher on the map. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UerlRjBPBdc Talk about fighting under pressure]]

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* In ''Gunstar Super Heroes'', the GBA sequel to the Genesis game ''GunstarHeroes'', ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes'', Black's dice maze includes a new room. In the Japanese version of the game, upon entering this room through sheer (bad) luck, you are treated to a message that claims that failure to complete this challenge will cause your game file to be erased and if you think you can't do it, you should press Start+Select+A+B to reset the game and start the stage over from beginning. Next, you have to frantically blast through the floor of a seemingly endless vertical shaft while a literal representation of your game file crashes down from above. In the (extremely) likely chance it eventually catches up to you and crushes you, it turns out that the game was only kidding, but even if you survive, you still have to redo a large portion of the level. The US version has the same room, but the effect is lost because there's no message and the tombstone graphic has been altered so that the text in it refers to your character instead of your save file, although the location is still called File Crasher on the map. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UerlRjBPBdc Talk about fighting under pressure]]
25th Aug '17 1:57:30 PM Mattwo
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** It's also possible to ''deliberately'' destroy your hero to replace it with another, which will ''not'' result in losing.
21st Aug '17 8:12:47 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' has an [[InvertedTrope inverted]] example in the fight with [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Yoku Man]]]]. A little ways into the fight, he will suddenly explode in a shower of sparks and the music will fade away, the standard signal that the fight is over and the boss is dead... until you check his health bar. The boss then reappears like nothing had happened and the fight begins anew. He does this ''every'' time he finishes his attack pattern cycle, so get used to him doing this a lot.

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' has an [[InvertedTrope inverted]] example in the fight with [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Yoku Man]]]]. A little ways into the fight, he will suddenly explode in a shower of sparks and the music will fade away, the standard signal that the fight is over and the boss is dead... until you check his health bar. The boss then reappears like nothing had happened and the fight begins anew. He does this ''every'' time he finishes his attack pattern cycle, so you'll get used to him doing this a lot.trick quickly.
21st Aug '17 8:11:49 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' has an [[InvertedTrope inverted]] example in the fight with [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Yoku Man]]]]. A little ways into the fight, he will suddenly explode in a shower of sparks and the music will fade away, the standard signal that the fight is over and the boss is dead... until you check his health bar. The boss then reappears like nothing had happened and the fight begins anew. He also does this ''every'' time he finishes his attack pattern cycle, so get used to him doing this a lot.

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' has an [[InvertedTrope inverted]] example in the fight with [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Yoku Man]]]]. A little ways into the fight, he will suddenly explode in a shower of sparks and the music will fade away, the standard signal that the fight is over and the boss is dead... until you check his health bar. The boss then reappears like nothing had happened and the fight begins anew. He also does this ''every'' time he finishes his attack pattern cycle, so get used to him doing this a lot.
21st Aug '17 8:10:54 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' has an [[InvertedTrope inverted]] example in the fight with [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Yoku Man]]]]. A little ways into the fight, he will suddenly explode in a shower of sparks and the music will fade away, the standard signal that the fight is over and the boss is dead... until you check his health bar. The boss then reappears like nothing had happened and the fight begins anew. He also does this ''every'' time he finishes his attack pattern cycle, so get used to him doing this a lot.
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