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24th Jul '16 7:34:54 PM bwayrose7
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* ''Theatre/Anastasia'' ends with Anya reunited with her grandmother but choosing to lead an incognito life with Dmitry, and the ghosts of her family surrounding her and Dmitry as they head off to start a new life.

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* ''Theatre/Anastasia'' ''Theatre/{{Anastasia}}'' ends with Anya reunited with her grandmother but choosing to lead an incognito life with Dmitry, and the ghosts of her family surrounding her and Dmitry as they head off to start a new life.
24th Jul '16 7:28:55 PM bwayrose7
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* ''Theatre/Anastasia'' ends with Anya reunited with her grandmother but choosing to lead an incognito life with Dmitry, and the ghosts of her family surrounding her and Dmitry as they head off to start a new life.
25th Jun '16 12:29:05 AM Kitch
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* One of the most surreal versions of this trope happens in an episode of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''. James trades his [[ManEatingPlant overly-affectionate]] Victreebell to the Magikarp Salesman for a supposedly more-obedient Weepinbell, and gives it to Jessie. It spontaneously evolves into another Victreebell, and becomes just as affectionate. [[ShooTheDog They ditch the new one entirely]]. At the same time, the Magikarp Salesman abandons James's Victreebell. The two Victreebell run into each other, and [[LoveAtFirstSight fall madly in love]], bouncing off into the sunset together.
11th Jun '16 9:06:52 PM 1wngdngl
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However, this ending is so classic it's sometimes considered a DiscreditedTrope, or even an UndeadHorseTrope. It is often a subject to [[SatireParodyPastiche parody]], and is frequently avoided in favor a TwistEnding.

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However, this ending is so classic it's sometimes considered a DiscreditedTrope, or even an UndeadHorseTrope. It is often a subject to [[SatireParodyPastiche parody]], and is frequently avoided in favor of a TwistEnding.
11th Jun '16 9:05:38 PM 1wngdngl
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So, we've had a whole love story. The main couple have passed through all the possible obstacles separating them: physical distance, a LoveTriangle, a properly jealous villain (AlphaBitch, maybe), maybe even the BigBad (common in epic fairy tales). Now, they are {{kissing|Tropes}} each other [[AgainstTheSettingSun at sunset]] as the very well known words are narrated:

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So, we've had a whole love story. The main couple have passed through all the possible obstacles separating them: physical distance, a LoveTriangle, a properly jealous villain (AlphaBitch, maybe), maybe even the BigBad (common in epic fairy tales). Now, they are {{kissing|Tropes}} each other [[AgainstTheSettingSun at sunset]] as the very well known well-known words are narrated:
7th Jun '16 1:17:15 PM CaptEquinox
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** When Tolkien rolled up his sleeves to begin the "Hobbit sequel" his publishers had asked for, he invented Frodo because he realized, after a few false starts, it couldn't be a story about Bilbo because he'd said that.
17th May '16 2:39:03 PM Piando
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* ''Manga/InuYasha'' ends with [[BetaCouple Miroku and Sango]] HappilyMarried with BabiesEverAfter, and [[OfficialCouple Kagome and Inuyasha]] reunited after 3 years of separation, [[TrappedInThePast this time more permanently.]]p

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* ''Manga/InuYasha'' ends with [[BetaCouple Miroku and Sango]] HappilyMarried with BabiesEverAfter, and [[OfficialCouple Kagome and Inuyasha]] reunited after 3 years of separation, [[TrappedInThePast this time more permanently.]]p]]



* A few of Creator/WilliamShakespeare's plays give the characters this, particularly ''AMidsummerNightsDream, Theatre/TwelfthNight,'' and ''AsYouLikeIt''.

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* A few of Creator/WilliamShakespeare's plays give the characters this, particularly ''AMidsummerNightsDream, ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream, Theatre/TwelfthNight,'' and ''AsYouLikeIt''.''Theatre/AsYouLikeIt''.



* Played straight in one ending of ''TheBardsTale''. [[spoiler: It's the ''evil'' ending. The good ending requires sacrificing wealth, power, and the hottest body in the world to save the world, with [[WhatYouAreInTheDark no reward or even recognition for doing so]].]]

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* Played straight in one ending of ''TheBardsTale''.''VideoGame/TheBardsTale''. [[spoiler: It's the ''evil'' ending. The good ending requires sacrificing wealth, power, and the hottest body in the world to save the world, with [[WhatYouAreInTheDark no reward or even recognition for doing so]].]]
17th May '16 2:37:15 PM Piando
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* ''Manga/InuYasha'' ends with [[BetaCouple Miroku and Sango]] HappilyMarried with BabiesEverAfter, and [[OfficialCouple Kagome and Inuyasha]] reunited after 3 years of separation, [[TrappedInThePast this time more permanently.]]p
24th Apr '16 4:10:31 AM Derkhan
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* ''Literature/ThisImmortal'':
** Conrad and Cassandra are not only reunited in the end but also build themselves a new home, complete with a dog and their own private beach on which they end the story, watching the sunset.
** This is also implied with Dos Santos and Diane, whom Conrad suspects to be a couple from the very beginning, but who give up on Returnism and move together to Taler, never to be heard of again.
1st Apr '16 9:51:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* Just about every Adam Sandler movie has this. Even if the film doesn't end with him "getting the girl," it will at least end with some kind of happily-ever-after epilogue (case in point: BigDaddy).

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* Just about every Adam Sandler movie has this. Even if the film doesn't end with him "getting the girl," it will at least end with some kind of happily-ever-after epilogue (case in point: BigDaddy).Film/BigDaddy).
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