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10th Jan '18 5:09:28 AM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' K'rul, Draconus and the Sister of Cold Nights cursed Kallor to live forever, but never ascent to godhood or become the leader of an empire. Kallor is forced to seek out magic candles that keep him somewhat young and functional and wander the earth, knowing that his dearest wish is unreachable for him.

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* In the ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' K'rul, Draconus and the Sister of Cold Nights cursed Kallor to live forever, but never ascent to godhood or become the leader of an empire. Kallor is forced to seek out magic candles that keep him somewhat young and functional and wander the earth, knowing that his dearest wish is unreachable for him.
2nd Jan '18 10:14:11 PM RaisenRhaasen
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* Iranian Merhan Karimi Nasseri was stuck in Charles de Gaulle Airport for 18 years after a mugger took the papers proving his refugee status.

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* Iranian Merhan Mehran Karimi Nasseri was stuck in Charles de Gaulle Airport for 18 years after a mugger took the papers proving his refugee status.
9th Dec '17 12:40:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'': In one of ''Doctor Who Magazine's'' strips, Kroton, the Cyberman with a soul, once ended up on the spacefaring "Flying Dutchman II."

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* ''DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'': ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'': In one of ''Doctor Who Magazine's'' ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'''s strips, Kroton, the Cyberman with a soul, once ended up on the spacefaring "Flying Dutchman II."
4th Dec '17 8:49:23 AM Oecchi
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* ''Manga/TheAncientMagusBride''has the Biblical Wandering Jew, usually referred to as Cartaphilus in-story (though [[DoNotCallMePaul he really doesn't like being called that]] and would prefer to be called Joseph), who is the closest thing the story has to an overarching villain. His main goal is to create a body for himself that feels no pain, and he doesn't care who or what has to pay the price to obtain it.

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* ''Manga/TheAncientMagusBride''has ''Manga/TheAncientMagusBride'' has the Biblical Wandering Jew, usually referred to as Cartaphilus in-story (though [[DoNotCallMePaul he really doesn't like being called that]] and would prefer to be called Joseph), who is the closest thing the story has to an overarching villain. His main goal is to create a body for himself that feels no pain, and he doesn't care who or what has to pay the price to obtain it.
4th Dec '17 8:48:06 AM Oecchi
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* The Biblical Wandering Jew, usually referred to as Cartaphilus in story, is the closest thing MahouTsukaiNoYome has to an overarching villain. His main goal is to create a body for himself that feels no pain, and he doesn't care who or what has to pay the price to obtain it.

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* The ''Manga/TheAncientMagusBride''has the Biblical Wandering Jew, usually referred to as Cartaphilus in story, in-story (though [[DoNotCallMePaul he really doesn't like being called that]] and would prefer to be called Joseph), who is the closest thing MahouTsukaiNoYome the story has to an overarching villain. His main goal is to create a body for himself that feels no pain, and he doesn't care who or what has to pay the price to obtain it.
20th Nov '17 1:52:02 AM shadowbeast
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* Mariners around the ''[[http://ravensblight.com/DarkPromise.html Ravensblight]]'' area tell of such a vessel. In the early 18th century, the family of a man who had sought and found his fortune in the New World sailed to join him, but were all lost to pirates. Edmund Filch then dedicated his company's efforts towards building a tall ship, the ''Dark Promise'', while he changed considerably in manner and appearance, learned fencing, allegedly dabbled in dark arts, and, well, plotted mass murder, for he had decided to go and slay all the pirates he could find. The weird thing is, reports claim he stopped in a port in Sweden to take on supplies - in the 21st century.
1st Nov '17 7:29:29 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/AndreNorton's ''Sargasso of Space'', it's mentioned that the ''Solar Queen'''s Cargo Master collects space folklore and is very good at re-telling the stories, especially the story of a ship called the ''New Hope'', which lifted off full of refugees, never landed anywhere, and now is only sighted by ships which are themselves in dire trouble.

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* In Creator/AndreNorton's ''Sargasso of Space'', ''Literature/SargassoOfSpace'', it's mentioned that the ''Solar Queen'''s Cargo Master collects space folklore and is very good at re-telling the stories, especially the story of a ship called the ''New Hope'', which lifted off full of refugees, never landed anywhere, and now is only sighted by ships which are themselves in dire trouble.
22nd Sep '17 11:05:40 PM petrus4
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': The Doctor once referred to ''Voyager'' as "The Voyage of the Damned." The episode ''Night'' implies that life on ''Voyager'' was beginning to feel like this trope for Captain Janeway, as well.

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** * ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': The Doctor once referred to ''Voyager'' as "The Voyage of the Damned." The episode ''Night'' implies that life on ''Voyager'' was beginning to feel like this trope for Captain Janeway, as well.
22nd Sep '17 11:04:54 PM petrus4
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': The Doctor once referred to ''Voyager'' as "The Voyage of the Damned." The episode ''Night'' implies that life on ''Voyager'' was beginning to feel like this trope for Captain Janeway, as well.
9th Aug '17 3:19:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* At the end of ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny2'', when time is being reset, [[spoiler: Judas]] hypothesizes that he might become one, wandering throughout all of time without a time or place to call home [[spoiler: since he'd been revived by the BiggerBad who'd just been retconned out of time]]. No official word on whether this happened or whether he was erased from time completely, though the game implies he did somehow survive.

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* At the end of ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny2'', when time is being reset, [[spoiler: Judas]] hypothesizes that he might become one, wandering throughout all of time without a time or place to call home [[spoiler: since he'd been revived by the BiggerBad one who'd just been retconned out of time]]. No official word on whether this happened or whether he was erased from time completely, though the game implies he did somehow survive.
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