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13th Nov '17 11:22:47 PM Dravencour
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May end in StrangerInAFamiliarLand, deflating hopes; this can result in his searching for a new home, his [[IChooseToStay realizing that his new home]] is where his [[PowerOfLove new love]] and [[PowerOfFriendship new friends]] are, or his deciding that after all, he loves InHarmsWay.

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May end in StrangerInAFamiliarLand, deflating hopes; this can result in his searching for a new home, his [[IChooseToStay realizing that his new home]] is where his [[PowerOfLove new love]] and [[PowerOfFriendship new friends]] are, or his deciding that after all, he loves being InHarmsWay.
5th Nov '17 6:04:03 PM PaulA
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** In ''The Prince Commands'', the protagonist (after many adventures) settles down to his new life in Morvania upon learning that he and his last living relative had had a misunderstanding, and that he was welcome to stay.

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** In ''The Prince Commands'', ''Literature/ThePrinceCommands'', the protagonist (after many adventures) settles down to his new life in Morvania upon learning that he and his last living relative had had a misunderstanding, and that he was welcome to stay.
1st Nov '17 8:49:10 PM PaulA
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** In ''The Beast Master'', Hosteen Storm nearly goes insane after the destruction of Terra; he channels it into a desire for {{Revenge}}, and [[spoiler:in the end, discovers that he had [[ThickerThanWater still living relatives]] on another planet where he could make his new home]].

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** In ''The Beast Master'', ''Literature/TheBeastMaster'', Hosteen Storm nearly goes insane after the destruction of Terra; he channels it into a desire for {{Revenge}}, and [[spoiler:in the end, discovers that he had [[ThickerThanWater still living relatives]] on another planet where he could make his new home]].
26th Oct '17 12:23:55 AM PaulA
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** In ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', after Troy forms a group of TrueCompanions with enhanced animals, they stay in the wild in hopes of finding a refuge.

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** In ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', ''Literature/{{Catseye|1961}}'', after Troy forms a group of TrueCompanions with enhanced animals, they stay in the wild in hopes of finding a refuge.
25th Oct '17 8:35:26 PM PaulA
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** In ''Catseye'', after Troy forms a group of TrueCompanions with enhanced animals, they stay in the wild in hopes of finding a refuge.
** Simon Tregarth, having taken a CoolGate to another world, finds it more suited to him. He makes friends and fights for it; at the end of ''Literature/WitchWorld'', he and the witch had fallen in love and marry. Although they had further adventures, being dragged into them, at the end of ''Sorceress of Witch World'', they go to return home and settle down in peace.
** In the first novella of ''Garan the Eternal'', after some initial understandings the male protagonist settles down with the titular "People of the Crater".
** In ''Gryphon's Eyrie'', the protagonists have been WalkingTheEarth since their respective childhood homes were destroyed. They find a new permanent home and settle in by the end of the story.

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** In ''Catseye'', ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', after Troy forms a group of TrueCompanions with enhanced animals, they stay in the wild in hopes of finding a refuge.
** ''Literature/WitchWorld'': Simon Tregarth, having taken a CoolGate to another world, finds it more suited to him. He makes friends and fights for it; at the end of ''Literature/WitchWorld'', the novel, he and the witch had fallen in love and marry. Although they had further adventures, being dragged into them, at the end of ''Sorceress of Witch World'', they go to return home and settle down in peace.
** In "The People of the Crater", the first novella of ''Garan the Eternal'', after some initial understandings the male protagonist settles down with the titular "People People of the Crater".
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** In the Literature/WitchWorld novel ''Gryphon's Eyrie'', the protagonists have been WalkingTheEarth since their respective childhood homes were destroyed. They find a new permanent home and settle in by the end of the story.
22nd Aug '17 8:24:02 PM PaulA
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** ''[[Literature/BardicVoices The Lark and the Wren]]'': Ends on this note once the Free Bard protagonists gain a permanent position as court bards while the BetaCouple acquire a well-fitted out wagon to let them continue their wanderings in comfort.

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** ''[[Literature/BardicVoices The Lark and the Wren]]'': Ends ''Literature/TheLarkAndTheWren'' ends on this note once the Free Bard protagonists gain a permanent position as court bards while the BetaCouple acquire a well-fitted out wagon to let them continue their wanderings in comfort.
23rd Jan '17 12:34:49 PM Morgenthaler
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* At the end of ''[[{{Literature/TheBelgariad}} The Mallorean]]'', the protagonists return to their respective homes; as Garion notes, since the loop of destiny was finally broken, it's as if they're all returning to where they started for whatever future is waiting now.

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* At the end of ''[[{{Literature/TheBelgariad}} The Mallorean]]'', ''Literature/TheMallorean'', the protagonists return to their respective homes; as Garion notes, since the loop of destiny was finally broken, it's as if they're all returning to where they started for whatever future is waiting now.



* Ellen Emerson White's ''EchoCompanySeries'' and its stand-alone conclusion ''The Road Home'' features a group of young soldiers and an Army nurse during the Vietnam War, all of whom spend their tours desperately longing to return home. When they finally do, most are deeply affected by physical and emotional damage, and so they are unable to settle back into their old lives.

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* Ellen Emerson White's ''EchoCompanySeries'' ''Literature/EchoCompanySeries'' and its stand-alone conclusion ''The Road Home'' features a group of young soldiers and an Army nurse during the Vietnam War, all of whom spend their tours desperately longing to return home. When they finally do, most are deeply affected by physical and emotional damage, and so they are unable to settle back into their old lives.
23rd Jan '17 12:34:21 PM Morgenthaler
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** Simon Tregarth, having taken a CoolGate to another world, finds it more suited to him. He makes friends and fights for it; at the end of ''WitchWorld'', he and the witch had fallen in love and marry. Although they had further adventures, being dragged into them, at the end of ''Sorceress of Witch World'', they go to return home and settle down in peace.

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** Simon Tregarth, having taken a CoolGate to another world, finds it more suited to him. He makes friends and fights for it; at the end of ''WitchWorld'', ''Literature/WitchWorld'', he and the witch had fallen in love and marry. Although they had further adventures, being dragged into them, at the end of ''Sorceress of Witch World'', they go to return home and settle down in peace.
24th Apr '16 4:13:25 AM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/ThisImmortal'', Conrad is not happy to begin with when he's called in for a job, especially since he's just married. In the end, he and Cassandra build themselves a new home on Haiti since their former home base island, Kos, is destroyed by an earthquake during the story. They just continue where they left off.
7th Dec '15 10:14:19 PM PaulA
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'' The [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[SeriesFinale series finale]] sees Miss Brooks finally marry Mr. Boynton and move into the house across the street from Mrs. Davis'.

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'' ''Film/OurMissBrooks'': The [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[SeriesFinale series finale]] sees Miss Brooks finally marry Mr. Boynton and move into the house across the street from Mrs. Davis'.
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