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15th Jul '16 4:07:27 PM DarkastKiller
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* In Okami, Isshun cannot enter the [[spoiler:Ark of Yamato]], leaving Amaterasu to fight [[spoiler:Yami]] alone. [[spoiler: Subverted when Waka shows up during the final battle.]]

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* In Okami, Isshun cannot enter the [[spoiler:Ark of Yamato]], leaving Amaterasu to fight [[spoiler:Yami]] alone. [[spoiler: Subverted when Waka shows up during the final battle.]]]][[spoiler: Double subverted since Yami immediately kills him]].
15th Jul '16 8:55:18 AM Willbyr
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* ''SaintSeiya'' sometimes used this trope, sometimes not. Frequently Seiya would be the last Saint standing against the season's BigBad, and (if any of the others were conscious/alive) they'd boost his Cosmo with theirs. A few times though they would gang up on enemies, but by and large one-on-one battles were the norm.

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* ''SaintSeiya'' ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' sometimes used this trope, sometimes not. Frequently Seiya would be the last Saint standing against the season's BigBad, and (if any of the others were conscious/alive) they'd boost his Cosmo with theirs. A few times though they would gang up on enemies, but by and large one-on-one battles were the norm.



* Somewhat justified in ''ZettaiKarenChildren''... while Za Children generally work as a team, Kaoru is always their heavy hitter, possessing the most in-your-face offensive power - Telekinesis. When fighting Mooks or generally low-level foes, the other two will join in with creative use of their 'utility' powers ({{Teleportation}} and {{Psychometry}}, respectively). But when the big hitters show up and it's time for a boss-fight, they know that it's better to stand back and let Kaoru do what she does best - sometimes providing intel or a quick escape to aid. In the later season, it's taken to its natural conclusion, with a special device that basically saps Aoi and Shiho of their PsychicPowers to pool it all in Kaoru, giving her access to her BadAss, PowerGivesYouWings [[RedBaron Queen Of Catastrophe]] form, which makes her basically unstoppable, and able to do several things that are otherwise considered theoretically impossible...

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* Somewhat justified in ''ZettaiKarenChildren''...''Manga/ZettaiKarenChildren''... while Za Children generally work as a team, Kaoru is always their heavy hitter, possessing the most in-your-face offensive power - Telekinesis. When fighting Mooks or generally low-level foes, the other two will join in with creative use of their 'utility' powers ({{Teleportation}} and {{Psychometry}}, respectively). But when the big hitters show up and it's time for a boss-fight, they know that it's better to stand back and let Kaoru do what she does best - sometimes providing intel or a quick escape to aid. In the later season, it's taken to its natural conclusion, with a special device that basically saps Aoi and Shiho of their PsychicPowers to pool it all in Kaoru, giving her access to her BadAss, PowerGivesYouWings [[RedBaron Queen Of Catastrophe]] form, which makes her basically unstoppable, and able to do several things that are otherwise considered theoretically impossible...
12th Jul '16 5:33:41 AM RedRoverRedRover
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-> '''Buffy:''' ''[blocks blade with bare hands]'' '''''Me.'''''

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-> '''Buffy:''' ''[blocks ''[[[BareHandedBladeBlock blocks blade with bare hands]'' hands]]]'' '''''Me.'''''
1st Jul '16 8:21:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheBartimaeusTrilogy'' features Nathanael and Bartimaeus. Considering they end up [[spoiler: in one body and Nathanael dismisses his daemon in the last possible moment]] this is also a DyingMomentOfAwesome.

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* ''TheBartimaeusTrilogy'' ''Literature/TheBartimaeusTrilogy'' features Nathanael and Bartimaeus. Considering they end up [[spoiler: in one body and Nathanael dismisses his daemon in the last possible moment]] this is also a DyingMomentOfAwesome.
22nd Jun '16 6:22:01 AM Az_Tech341
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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[ArcWords Arc Words]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].

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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[ArcWords Arc Words]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].
22nd Jun '16 3:01:04 AM ChrisTilford
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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[ArcWords]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].

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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[ArcWords]] [[ArcWords Arc Words]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].
22nd Jun '16 3:00:42 AM ChrisTilford
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22nd Jun '16 3:00:41 AM ChrisTilford
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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[Arc Words]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].

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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[Arc Words]] [[ArcWords]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].
22nd Jun '16 3:00:22 AM ChrisTilford
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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]].

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* Seems to be a reoccurring theme with ''Series/PersonOfInterest'', where many of the characters seem to fully believe this. However it also seems to show these characters time and time again that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming there is always someone to help]]. A variant of the phrase, 'Everyone Dies Alone', also serves as the [[Arc Words]] for the [[GrandFinale series finale]].
26th Mar '16 5:33:37 AM Sapphirea2
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** The First Slayer is a firm believer in this, to the point where, in season 4 when Buffy does a FusionDance with the Scoobies to beat Adam, she's so offended that she returns from the afterlife to try and kill them all.

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** The First Slayer is a firm believer in this, to the point where, in season Season 4 when Buffy does a FusionDance with the Scoobies to beat Adam, she's so offended that she returns from the afterlife to try and kill them all.


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* The endgame of ''LiveActionTV/DoctorWho'' Series 9 is all about this for the Doctor after he is captured by his enemies and separated from his companion Clara in "Face the Raven". The revival has long established that the Doctor risks becoming a case of BewareTheSuperman if he doesn't have travelling companions; Clara admits that he isn't good at being alone, but orders him not to give up his principles before [[spoiler: she is Killed Off For Real]]. Unfortunately, he spends the entirety of "Heaven Sent" being tormented by unseen enemies, with no one in his giant torture chamber but a deadly monster. This fans the flames of anguish and rage, he fights his way out of the chamber, and in the finale "Hell Bent" he becomes TheUnfettered WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds -- obsessed with a TragicDream of [[spoiler: bringing Clara back from the grave]] and almost destroying the universe in the process of trying to achieve it. When [[spoiler: a now-Only Mostly Dead Clara]] causes him to have a HeelRealization, he ends up losing [[spoiler: not only her but his most important emotional memories of her]], but accepts these losses as a way of atoning for his selfishness. He thus ends Series 9 alone, a sadder and wiser man for his experiences.
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