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31st Oct '15 8:20:19 PM DragonQuestZ
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Characters who DrawAggro may not expect to live, and thus it will also be this trope.
17th Aug '15 2:32:37 PM Statzkeen
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This is a SuperTrope, and the {{Sub Trope}}s are listed in HeroicSacrifices.

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This is a SuperTrope, and the {{Sub Trope}}s are listed in under HeroicSacrifices.
17th Aug '15 2:23:12 PM Statzkeen
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* HeroicSacrifice/TabletopGames
1st Jul '15 6:31:32 PM DragonQuestZ
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A Heroic Sacrifice usually requires that a character be NotAfraidToDie. If the Heroic Sacrifice was pre-planned, it's a SelfSacrificeScheme. Often preceded with a SneakyDeparture from the team, or a MoreHeroThanThou dispute. AFriendInNeed often requires it, and doing it [[ActOfTrueLove proves your love for them]]. Contrast VillainsDyingGrace, when a dying villain decides to save a life. The DoomedMoralVictor fights a battle where the outcome is clear from the beginning. If the character has time to say some last words before dying, they often do so in an ObiWanMoment. Often a DyingMomentOfAwesome. There's also the case where SomeoneHasToDie, which takes this UpToEleven.

For specific subtypes, see [[HeroicSacrifices this index]].

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A Heroic Sacrifice usually requires that a character be NotAfraidToDie.NotAfraidToDie, even declaring ItHasBeenAnHonor. If the Heroic Sacrifice was pre-planned, it's a SelfSacrificeScheme. Often preceded with a SneakyDeparture from the team, or a MoreHeroThanThou dispute. AFriendInNeed often requires it, and doing it [[ActOfTrueLove proves your love for them]]. Contrast VillainsDyingGrace, when a dying villain decides to save a life. The DoomedMoralVictor fights a battle where the outcome is clear from the beginning. If the character has time to say some last words before dying, they often do so in an ObiWanMoment. Often a DyingMomentOfAwesome. There's also the case where SomeoneHasToDie, which takes this UpToEleven.

For specific subtypes, see [[HeroicSacrifices this index]].
UpToEleven.

This is a SuperTrope, and the {{Sub Trope}}s are listed in HeroicSacrifices.



19th Oct '14 9:40:03 AM Ultimatum
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->''"Sometimes a hero has to do something else besides beat the villains and come home covered in glory. Sometimes, he has to make a sacrifice so that a lot of people, people he's never met before and who don't know his name, can live."''
-->--[[TheHeart Hahli]], ''{{BIONICLE}}''

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->''"Sometimes a hero has to do something else besides beat the villains and come home covered in glory. Sometimes, he has to make a sacrifice so that a lot of people, people he's never met before and who don't know his name, can live."''
-->--[[TheHeart Hahli]], ''{{BIONICLE}}''
9th Oct '14 6:35:13 PM Sentriten
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->''"Sometimes a hero has to do something else besides beat the villains and come home covered in glory. Sometimes, he has to make a sacrifice so that a lot of people, people he's never met before and who don't know his name, can live."''
-->--[[TheHeart Hahli]], ''{{BIONICLE}}''
23rd Aug '14 4:41:46 PM Hero_Gal_2347
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A Heroic Sacrifice usually requires that a character be NotAfraidToDie. If the Heroic Sacrifice was pre-planned, it's a SelfSacrificeScheme. Often preceded with a SneakyDeparture from the team, or a MoreHeroThanThou dispute. AFriendInNeed often requires it. Contrast VillainsDyingGrace, when a dying villain decides to save a life. The DoomedMoralVictor fights a battle where the outcome is clear from the beginning. If the character has time to say some last words before dying, they often do so in an ObiWanMoment. Often a DyingMomentOfAwesome. There's also the case where SomeoneHasToDie, which takes this UpToEleven.

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A Heroic Sacrifice usually requires that a character be NotAfraidToDie. If the Heroic Sacrifice was pre-planned, it's a SelfSacrificeScheme. Often preceded with a SneakyDeparture from the team, or a MoreHeroThanThou dispute. AFriendInNeed often requires it.it, and doing it [[ActOfTrueLove proves your love for them]]. Contrast VillainsDyingGrace, when a dying villain decides to save a life. The DoomedMoralVictor fights a battle where the outcome is clear from the beginning. If the character has time to say some last words before dying, they often do so in an ObiWanMoment. Often a DyingMomentOfAwesome. There's also the case where SomeoneHasToDie, which takes this UpToEleven.
6th Aug '14 12:35:05 PM GregPagano
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* HeroicSacrifice/AnimatedFilms
6th Aug '14 9:29:53 AM GregPagano
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28th Apr '14 6:59:51 PM MAI742
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A character saves another/others and is killed, crippled, or maimed as a result.

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A character saves another/others from harm and is killed, crippled, or maimed as a result.
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