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25th May '16 6:25:40 AM NoUsername
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** ''VideoGame/LegendOfTheValkyrie'': Likewise was in the middle of a storyline involving a golden seed and a Shadow version of Valkyrie. But the shadow is quickly beaten, the seed recovers, the prince adding his feeling to Valkyrie herself and the king presenting the prince to the people. At the very least, the initial storyline was concluded with Valkyrie and her friends managing to beat Zouna.

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** ''VideoGame/LegendOfTheValkyrie'': ''Webcomic/LegendOfTheValkyrie'': Likewise was in the middle of a storyline involving a golden seed and a Shadow version of Valkyrie. But the shadow is quickly beaten, the seed recovers, the prince adding added his feeling feelings to Valkyrie herself and the king presenting presented the prince to the people. At the very least, the initial storyline was concluded with Valkyrie and her friends managing to beat Zouna.
23rd May '16 9:41:39 AM Doug86
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* ''DarkOracle'''s finale episode, "Redemption" killed off the BigBad and former villain [[spoiler: Omen]], featured BigBadWannabe Vern's [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]] and wiped the comic, the source of all the show's problems, from existence.

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* ''DarkOracle'''s ''Series/DarkOracle'''s finale episode, "Redemption" killed off the BigBad and former villain [[spoiler: Omen]], featured BigBadWannabe Vern's [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]] and wiped the comic, the source of all the show's problems, from existence.
19th May '16 12:31:31 AM SmugTrope
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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a TimeSkip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending, [[spoiler:along with the assumption that the rest of the show's cast died after becoming cannibals]], indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.

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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a TimeSkip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the rest of the show's cast who became cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending, [[spoiler:along with the assumption that the rest of the show's cast died after becoming cannibals]], in the final battle]], indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.
19th May '16 12:29:25 AM SmugTrope
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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a time skip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending, [[spoiler:along with the assumption that the rest of the show's cast died after becoming cannibals]], indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.

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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a time skip TimeSkip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending, [[spoiler:along with the assumption that the rest of the show's cast died after becoming cannibals]], indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.
18th May '16 7:24:46 PM SmugTrope
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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a time skip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.

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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a time skip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending ending, [[spoiler:along with the assumption that the rest of the show's cast died after becoming cannibals]], indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.
18th May '16 7:21:47 PM SmugTrope
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* While it's not the series finale episode, ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with it's two hundredth episode concluded with a time skip revealing [[spoiler:American civilization gradually rebuilding after the global power outage caused by Roger's flatulence. Additionally, we see that Stan is now a grandfather to Hailey and Jeff's daughter, as well as Steve, Klaus, Francine, and Roger all living out their lives in the small village they settled in after the battle between the cannibals and Roger's clones.]] The nature of the episode's ending indicates that it's canonically the ending to the show's overall narrative and that any episode before this is most likely a prequel.
18th May '16 9:19:47 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The Diffys finally fix their time machine and apparently return home in the grand finale of ''PhilOfTheFuture''.

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* The Diffys finally fix their time machine and apparently return home in the grand finale of ''PhilOfTheFuture''.''Series/PhilOfTheFuture''.
16th May '16 8:35:59 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' ended with the hour-long movie "Really Big Shrimp" where Drake finally gets the big break he wants to become famous, Josh's boss Helen gets married, and the Premiere Theater burns to the ground. Even so it would be followed a year and a half later with a Christmas movie.
* ''Series/{{Icarly}}'' ends on a high note, with Carly's dad returning home to take her to the school's father/daughter dance. After saying he must depart back to Italy, Carly decides to join him, which leaves her to abruptly suspend the web ShowWithinAShow as she leaves the country, leaving Sam with the power to do good things and improve her life, Spencer to pursue his artistry dreams, and Freddie to get into something that will make him popular.
15th May '16 10:44:28 PM jormis29
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* ''Uncharted 4: A Thief's End'' is the conclusion of the ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' story, being Nathan Drake's final treasure hunting adventure, fully revealing his backstory and origins, and showing what became of his marriage to Elena Fisher.

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* ''Uncharted 4: A Thief's End'' ''VideoGame/Uncharted4AThiefsEnd'' is the conclusion of the ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' story, being Nathan Drake's final treasure hunting adventure, fully revealing his backstory and origins, and showing what became of his marriage to Elena Fisher.
15th May '16 8:57:59 PM SolidSonicTH
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* Wrestling/{{WCW}}'s ''Monday Nitro: Spring Break-Out 2001'' was the final event produced with WCW as its own entity, which featured among other things Wrestling/{{Sting}} and Wrestling/RicFlair wrestling the final match for the company and breaking UsefulNotes/{{Kayfabe}} by embracing in the ring. Wrestling/VinceMcMahon also made several appearances on the episode as Wrestling/{{WWE}} (WWF at the time) had purchased the company and the end of the episode was a simulcast with ''WWF Raw'' (which also started the infamous "Invasion" angle when Wrestling/ShaneMcMahon revealed that he had snatched control of WCW from under his father by appearing on ''Nitro'').
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