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8th Feb '17 1:56:57 PM StFan
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-->'''Batman:''' Don't you know, [=Spider-Man=] blames himself for Marvel losing the Transformers?\\

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-->'''Batman:''' Don't you know, [=Spider-Man=] Spider-Man blames himself for Marvel losing the Transformers?\\



* Dark Oak from ''FanFic/SonicXDarkChaos'' holds himself responsible for the destruction of his race at the hands of Tsali... which led to him starting a brutal galactic war so he could take revenge on his wayward creation and [[WellIntentionedExtremist find a way to rebuild his race no matter the cost]].
* In ''TheSagaOfAvatarKorra'', Asami Sato says this during Chapter Fourteen after [[spoiler:the Red Lotus kidnap Korra and Asami realizes that Korra is the Avatar. She realizes that if she told other people she saw Korra use two elements at once when they were children, she could have helped save Korra from her fate years ago.]]
-->'''Asami:''' "I never wanted to be right. If I was right, then I never told anyone, and then... all this would be my fault. So, I guess it really is my fault in the end. I could have stopped it years ago."
* Grigori in ''FanFic/ThreeFilliesAndAGriffon'' blames himself for the death of his daughter Isabelle, due to the Griffon Curse that causes all griffon children whose names don't [[AlphabeticalThemeNaming start with G]] to [[HereditaryCurse die on their first birthday]], and the fact that he deliberately gave her a name not starting with G to break tradition and show that no such curse exists.

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* Dark Oak from ''FanFic/SonicXDarkChaos'' ''Fanfic/SonicXDarkChaos'' holds himself responsible for the destruction of his race at the hands of Tsali... which led to him starting a brutal galactic war so he could take revenge on his wayward creation and [[WellIntentionedExtremist find a way to rebuild his race no matter the cost]].
* In ''TheSagaOfAvatarKorra'', ''Fanfic/TheSagaOfAvatarKorra'', Asami Sato says this during Chapter Fourteen after [[spoiler:the Red Lotus kidnap Korra and Asami realizes that Korra is the Avatar. She realizes that if she told other people she saw Korra use two elements at once when they were children, she could have helped save Korra from her fate years ago.]]
-->'''Asami:''' "I I never wanted to be right. If I was right, then I never told anyone, and then... all this would be my fault. So, I guess it really is my fault in the end. I could have stopped it years ago."
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* Grigori in ''FanFic/ThreeFilliesAndAGriffon'' ''Fanfic/ThreeFilliesAndAGriffon'' blames himself for the death of his daughter Isabelle, due to the Griffon Curse that causes all griffon children whose names don't [[AlphabeticalThemeNaming start with G]] to [[HereditaryCurse die on their first birthday]], and the fact that he deliberately gave her a name not starting with G to break tradition and show that no such curse exists.
8th Feb '17 1:53:06 PM StFan
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* [[BigBrotherMentor Maiza Avaro]] in ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' begins to [[WhoWantsToLiveForever regret bringing immortality into the world]] almost immediately after doing so (a notion which is only cemented by the fact that it sparked a chain of events which led to his brother's murder). He finally learns to move on when his protege Firo [[spoiler:winds up immortal ''and'' with the [[GhostMemory Ghost Memories]] of both Maiza's brother and his killer...and doesn't blame him ''one bit'' for it all]].

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* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'':
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[[BigBrotherMentor Maiza Avaro]] in ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' begins to [[WhoWantsToLiveForever regret bringing immortality into the world]] almost immediately after doing so (a notion which is only cemented by the fact that it sparked a chain of events which led to his brother's murder). He finally learns to move on when his protege Firo [[spoiler:winds up immortal ''and'' with the [[GhostMemory Ghost Memories]] of both Maiza's brother and his killer...and doesn't blame him ''one bit'' for it all]].



--> '''Jacuzzi''': ...and yesterday, I ended up killing three people.
--> '''Isaac and Miria''': Killing?!
--> '''Donny''': No! We were the ones that did the killing. Jacuzzi didn't do nothing!
--> '''Jacuzzi''': What's the difference, it happened!

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--> '''Jacuzzi''': ...--->'''Jacuzzi:''' ...and yesterday, I ended up killing three people.
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people.\\
'''Isaac and Miria''': Killing?!
--> '''Donny''':
Miria:''' Killing?!\\
'''Donny:'''
No! We were the ones that did the killing. Jacuzzi didn't do nothing!
--> '''Jacuzzi''':
nothing!\\
'''Jacuzzi:'''
What's the difference, it happened!



* In ''FanFic/ThisBites'', [[spoiler:when Cross manages to speak with Merry's Klabautermann directly, she has this mentality for being too weak to carry her crew through the Grand Line. She even asks Cross why he isn't blaming her for being too weak.]]

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* In ''FanFic/ThisBites'', ''Fanfic/ThisBites'', [[spoiler:when Cross manages to speak with Merry's Klabautermann directly, she has this mentality for being too weak to carry her crew through the Grand Line. She even asks Cross why he isn't blaming her for being too weak.]]]]
* Alucard provides a humorous example in ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' Episode 7.
-->'''Alucard:''' Oh, so this is my fault then.\\
'''Police Girl:''' N-NO!!!\\
'''Alucard:''' Everything is my fault, apparently. Ate the last spotted dick pudding in the fridge... my fault. [[CallBack Crashed a car into the world's first British Dairy Queen]]... my fault. Unknowingly shot Archduke Ferdinand and blamed it on some other guy? AH, MY FAULT!



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* Subverted in ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope]]''. C-3PO thinks he's responsible for Luke and the others dying in the Death Star's trash compactor.
-->'''C-3PO:''' Listen to them! They're dying, R2! Curse my metal body! I wasn't fast enough! ''It's all my fault!'' My poor master!
-->'''Luke:''' 3PO, we're all right! We're all right!

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
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Subverted in ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope]]''.''Film/ANewHope''. C-3PO thinks he's responsible for Luke and the others dying in the Death Star's trash compactor.
-->'''C-3PO:''' --->'''C-3PO:''' Listen to them! They're dying, R2! Curse my metal body! I wasn't fast enough! ''It's all my fault!'' My poor master!
-->'''Luke:'''
master!\\
'''Luke:'''
3PO, we're all right! We're all right!



* Parodied in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'', during their first call:

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* Parodied in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'', ''Film/{{Ghostbusters|1984}}'', during their first call:






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* ''VideoGame/TheresiaDearEmile'' gives us two doctors, Maylee and an unnamed man, [[spoiler: the protagonist of Dear Martel]]. He blames himself for creating Epicari. Maylee comments that she has no intention of blaming him, and would rather create a solution. [[spoiler: By the end of the game, it's revealed Maylee actually did blame herself.]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheresiaDearEmile'' gives us two doctors, Maylee and an unnamed man, [[spoiler: the protagonist of Dear Martel]]. He blames himself for creating Epicari. Maylee comments that she has no intention of blaming him, and would rather create a solution. [[spoiler: By [[spoiler:By the end of the game, it's revealed Maylee actually did blame herself.]]



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* A running gag in Season 11 of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': various members of the Blood Gulch Crew, when confronted with certain questions or statements about their crashed ship, blame themselves for the ship's crashing. Comes with its own twist, as rather than saying aloud that it's their fault, each person has a flashback to something they did on the ship that appears to be the cause of flashing red warning lights, then cut back to the present where they either go SuspiciouslySpecificDenial or just dodge the topic.
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* Vaarsuvius from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' blames him/herself for not having enough magical power to change the outcome of the Azure City battle and, since then, for failing to locate a missing friend who got separated during the battle. V's self-blame is anything but objective, since his/her friend is blocked from scrying by an abjuration that can only be broken with Epic-level magic, and V's contributions during the battle far outweighed his eventual limitations, but intellectually acknowledging this does little to stop the anguish.

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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
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Vaarsuvius from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' blames him/herself for not having enough magical power to change the outcome of the Azure City battle and, since then, for failing to locate a missing friend who got separated during the battle. V's self-blame is anything but objective, since his/her friend is blocked from scrying by an abjuration that can only be broken with Epic-level magic, and V's contributions during the battle far outweighed his eventual limitations, but intellectually acknowledging this does little to stop the anguish.



-->'''Right-Eye:''' It's all about whose fault it is... If I kill Xykon now, then it was all a waste. You ordered goblins to their deaths believing in the Plan- so if we abandon it now, then you were wrong. You let them die for nothing. You're willing to [[WeHaveReserves throw good lives after bad]] so that you don't have to admit that we were wrong to work with Xykon in the first place, much less help him cheat death.

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-->'''Right-Eye:''' --->'''Right-Eye:''' It's all about whose fault it is... If I kill Xykon now, then it was all a waste. You ordered goblins to their deaths believing in the Plan- so if we abandon it now, then you were wrong. You let them die for nothing. You're willing to [[WeHaveReserves throw good lives after bad]] so that you don't have to admit that we were wrong to work with Xykon in the first place, much less help him cheat death.



* [[Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse Ultra-Man]] blames himself for the death of his grandson, who was killed at the hands of his ArchEnemy, [[DiabolicalMastermind Baron Maltus]], and he thinks his daughter blames him for it as well. (He's wrong about that last part.)

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* [[Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse Ultra-Man]] ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'': Ultra-Man blames himself for the death of his grandson, who was killed at the hands of his ArchEnemy, [[DiabolicalMastermind Baron Maltus]], and he thinks his daughter blames him for it as well. (He's wrong about that last part.)



* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic tortures himself over Ma-Ti's death in WebVideo/SuburbanKnights, realizing that even though he proved his friendship in the end, it was still partly his treatment of Ma-Ti that drove him to HeroicSuicide in the first place. He spends a year getting sadder and more obsessed with responsibility, and then in WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee - to put it in simple terms - atones, apologizes and makes his own HeroicSuicide too.

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic tortures himself over Ma-Ti's death in WebVideo/SuburbanKnights, ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'', realizing that even though he proved his friendship in the end, it was still partly his treatment of Ma-Ti that drove him to HeroicSuicide in the first place. He spends a year getting sadder and more obsessed with responsibility, and then in WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee - ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'' -- to put it in simple terms - -- atones, apologizes and makes his own HeroicSuicide too.



* A running gag in Season 11 of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': various members of the Blood Gulch Crew, when confronted with certain questions or statements about their crashed ship, blame themselves for the ship's crashing. Comes with its own twist, as rather than saying aloud that it's their fault, each person has a flashback to something they did on the ship that appears to be the cause of flashing red warning lights, then cut back to the present where they either go SuspiciouslySpecificDenial or just dodge the topic.
* ''WebVideo/EXONextDoor'': D.O. blames himself for only talking about himself and not realizing anything was wrong when Suho calls him after [[spoiler: running away after leaving the hospital.]]

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* A running gag in Season 11 of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': various members of the Blood Gulch Crew, when confronted with certain questions or statements about their crashed ship, blame themselves for the ship's crashing. Comes with its own twist, as rather than saying aloud that it's their fault, each person has a flashback to something they did on the ship that appears to be the cause of flashing red warning lights, then cut back to the present where they either go SuspiciouslySpecificDenial or just dodge the topic.
* ''WebVideo/EXONextDoor'':
''WebVideo/EXONextDoor'':
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D.O. blames himself for only talking about himself and not realizing anything was wrong when Suho calls him after [[spoiler: running away after leaving the hospital.]]



* Alucard provides a humorous example in ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' Episode 7.
--> '''Alucard:''' Oh, so this is my fault then.
--> '''Police Girl:''' N-NO!!!
--> '''Alucard:''' Everything is my fault, apparently. Ate the last spotted dick pudding in the fridge...my fault. [[{{CallBack}} Crashed a car into the world's first British Dairy Queen]]...my fault. Unknowingly shot Archduke Ferdinand and blamed it on some other guy? AH, MY FAULT!



--->'''Marge''': Homer, this is a terrible thing that's happened, but we can't blame ourselves.
--->'''Homer''': We can, and we will!

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--->'''Marge''': --->'''Marge:''' Homer, this is a terrible thing that's happened, but we can't blame ourselves.
--->'''Homer''':
ourselves.\\
'''Homer:'''
We can, and we will!



* [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' when Katara's theft of a Water Bending scroll has gotten them all captured by pirates ''and'' Zuko:
-->'''Katara''': Aang, this is all my fault.
-->'''Aang''': No, Katara, it isn't.
-->'''Iroh''': Yeah, it kind of is...

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
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[[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' when Katara's theft of a Water Bending Waterbending scroll has gotten them all captured by pirates ''and'' Zuko:
-->'''Katara''': --->'''Katara:''' Aang, this is all my fault.
-->'''Aang''':
fault.\\
'''Aang:'''
No, Katara, it isn't.
-->'''Iroh''':
isn't.\\
'''Iroh:'''
Yeah, it kind of is...



** Zuko feels this way about being banished, that ''he'' did something dishonorable by speaking out against the [[WeHaveReserves senseless sacrifice of novice troops]] and subsequently displaying filial piety in the Agni Kai arena. [[TruthInTelevision This is pretty common for]] [[TearJerker child abuse survivors in real life.]]
*** He finally realized he wasn't to blame, just that his father is "a monster, and the worst father in the history of fathers".

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** Zuko feels this way about being banished, that ''he'' did something dishonorable by speaking out against the [[WeHaveReserves senseless sacrifice of novice troops]] and subsequently displaying filial piety in the Agni Kai arena. [[TruthInTelevision This is pretty common for]] [[TearJerker child abuse survivors in real life.]]
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]] He finally realized he wasn't to blame, just that his father is "a monster, and the worst father in the history of fathers".



-->'''Tucker''': You can't blame yourself for this. It's not your fault.
-->'''Danny''': Maybe not. But it ''is'' my [[ComesGreatResponsibility responsibility]].
* Used in ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' when Ben thinks that [[spoiler: Gwen has died]].
* Parodied after Stan's parents split up on ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
-->'''Stan''': Oh no! This is all my fault, isn't it?
-->'''Sharon''': ...yeah, kinda.
-->'''Stan''': Dude, you're not supposed to say that!

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-->'''Tucker''': -->'''Tucker:''' You can't blame yourself for this. It's not your fault.
-->'''Danny''':
fault.\\
'''Danny:'''
Maybe not. But it ''is'' my [[ComesGreatResponsibility responsibility]].
* Used in ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'' when Ben thinks that [[spoiler: Gwen has died]].
* Parodied after Stan's parents split up on ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
-->'''Stan''': ** Parodied after Stan's parents split up:
--->'''Stan:'''
Oh no! This is all my fault, isn't it?
-->'''Sharon''': ...
it?\\
'''Sharon:''' ...
yeah, kinda.
-->'''Stan''':
kinda.\\
'''Stan:'''
Dude, you're not supposed to say that!



-->'''Philip''': Terrance, I-
-->'''Terrance''': No. No, Phillip, don't say it. I'm an asshole, and this is mostly my fault.
-->'''Philip''': That's what I was gonna say: You're an asshole, and this is mostly your fault.

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-->'''Philip''': --->'''Philip:''' Terrance, I-
-->'''Terrance''':
I--\\
'''Terrance:'''
No. No, Phillip, don't say it. I'm an asshole, and this is mostly my fault.
-->'''Philip''':
fault.\\
'''Philip:'''
That's what I was gonna say: You're an asshole, and this is mostly your fault.



-->'''Mario''': Now wait, Luigi! The cave people can go back to picking berries.\\
'''Luigi''': Aw, no they can't! Oh Mario, I was so sure that we'd have a great crop, that I told the cave people they didn't have to save berries anymore, and they didn't. They don't have any food stored for the winter. *sob* [[LargeHam AND IT'S ALL MY FAAAULT!]]
* In the Disney/{{Hercules}} episode "Hercules and the Big Lie", this is played straight when the title character realizes that said lie caused Icarus to put himself on danger. Subverted a minute later when he adds that it's also partly Cassandra's fault for urging him to do it.

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-->'''Mario''': -->'''Mario:''' Now wait, Luigi! The cave people can go back to picking berries.\\
'''Luigi''': '''Luigi:''' Aw, no they can't! Oh Mario, I was so sure that we'd have a great crop, that I told the cave people they didn't have to save berries anymore, and they didn't. They don't have any food stored for the winter. *sob* [[LargeHam AND IT'S ALL MY FAAAULT!]]
* In the Disney/{{Hercules}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}'' episode "Hercules and the Big Lie", this is played straight when the title character realizes that said lie caused Icarus to put himself on danger. Subverted a minute later when he adds that it's also partly Cassandra's fault for urging him to do it.



* In the WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond episode "Curse of the Kobra" after Zander kidnaps Max.
-->'''Terry:''' I never should've introduced him to Max.
-->'''Bruce:''' Don't blame yourself.
-->'''Terry:''' Why not? It's my fault.
-->'''Bruce:''' I know, but blamings not productive.
* Quoted on multiple occasions in later episodes of ''ThomasTheTankEngine'' when an engine causes some dilemma or can't complete a task.
* Said word for word by [[JerkassWoobie Eddy]] in EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow after a particularly cruel quicksand prank pulled by him and Ed on Double-D enrages the latter to the point of preferring to be beaten within an inch of his life by the Cul-de-sac kids than hang around with Ed and Eddy any longer.
-->'''Eddy''': '''FINE!''' GO HOME! I don't blame ya!! Because everything '''WAS''' my fault! (''beat, [[BreakTheHaughty then cue sobbing]]'') Yeah, you heard me! A foul-up wannabe loser! (''breaks down even more'')

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* In the WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Curse of the Kobra" after Zander kidnaps Max.
-->'''Terry:''' I never should've introduced him to Max.
-->'''Bruce:'''
Max.\\
'''Bruce:'''
Don't blame yourself.
-->'''Terry:'''
yourself.\\
'''Terry:'''
Why not? It's my fault.
-->'''Bruce:'''
fault.\\
'''Bruce:'''
I know, but blamings blaming's not productive.
* Quoted on multiple occasions in later episodes of ''ThomasTheTankEngine'' ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' when an engine causes some dilemma or can't complete a task.
* Said word for word by [[JerkassWoobie Eddy]] in EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow'' after a particularly cruel quicksand prank pulled by him and Ed on Double-D enrages the latter to the point of preferring to be beaten within an inch of his life by the Cul-de-sac kids than hang around with Ed and Eddy any longer.
-->'''Eddy''': -->'''Eddy:''' '''FINE!''' GO HOME! I don't blame ya!! Because everything '''WAS''' my fault! (''beat, [[BreakTheHaughty then cue sobbing]]'') Yeah, you heard me! A foul-up wannabe loser! (''breaks down even more'')



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7th Feb '17 9:59:23 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Catelyn feels her family is being punished because she broke a BargainWithHeaven to love Jon Snow as her own.
3rd Feb '17 11:38:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* Used to a [[{{Narm}} Narmful]] degree by Tim Owens in IcedEarth's Gettysburg 1863. Granted, it IS General Lee's fault, but is it really necessary?

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* Used to a [[{{Narm}} Narmful]] degree by Tim Owens in IcedEarth's Music/IcedEarth's Gettysburg 1863. Granted, it IS General Lee's fault, but is it really necessary?
13th Jan '17 11:56:08 AM lipranzer
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* In ''Film/TheMartian'', when a storm at the beginning causes a heavy object to knock Mark Watney away, out of sight, Commander Lewis tries to find him, but reluctantly decides he's dead, and acts to save the rest of her crew. Later, when she hears Watney survived, she blames herself, even though the rest of the crew tries to talk her out of this (and Watney, as it turns out, doesn't blame her). After all, ''they'' were following her orders; ''she'' left Watney behind.
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* Alucard provides a humorous example in ''WebVideo/HellsingUltimateAbridged'' Episode 7.
--> '''Alucard:''' Oh, so this is my fault then.
--> '''Police Girl:''' N-NO!!!
--> '''Alucard:''' Everything is my fault, apparently. Ate the last spotted dick pudding in the fridge...my fault. [[{{CallBack}} Crashed a car into the world's first British Dairy Queen]]...my fault. Unknowingly shot Archduke Ferdinand and blamed it on some other guy? AH, MY FAULT!
24th Dec '16 4:35:49 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': Kaladin blames himself entirely for his brother Tien's death, since he had promised his parents he would protect them. This is especially notable because it's one of the few things he doesn't blame [[AristocratsAreEvil Amaram]] for. Amaram promised to keep Tien in a non-combat role for a few years, but tossed him into a spearsquad after just a few months. But Kaladin ignores that, even after he realizes how corrupt Amaram really is, because he's too busy blaming himself.
19th Dec '16 11:38:20 AM dsneybuf
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* Practically each member of Series/TheBradyBunch goes through this in ''Film/AVeryBradySequel'': After a smuggler kidnaps Carol and ties the children and Alice to the staircase, Bobby, Cindy, [[SerialEscalation Cindy's doll]], Peter, Greg, Alice, and Jan each consider something they could have done to foil his scheme, then think "This is all my fault." Marcia actually [[NeverMyFault averted]] this, and instead thought, "This is all [[TheUnfavorite Jan's]] fault."

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* Practically each member of Series/TheBradyBunch goes through this in ''Film/AVeryBradySequel'': After a smuggler kidnaps Carol and ties the children and Alice to the staircase, Bobby, Cindy, [[SerialEscalation [[BeyondTheImpossible Cindy's doll]], Peter, Greg, Alice, and Jan each consider something they could have done to foil his scheme, then think "This is all my fault." Marcia actually [[NeverMyFault averted]] this, and instead thought, "This is all [[TheUnfavorite Jan's]] fault."
19th Dec '16 6:09:25 AM AFP
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* ''ComicBook/StarWarsPrincessLeia'': Beneath the façade of [[TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask stoic resolve]], Leia is struggling with the emotional burden of her homeworld's destruction and her father's death, which she feels is directly due to her open defiance of the Empire. She has no friends to speak of (her relationship with Han, Luke, and Chewie hasn't had time to develop yet), and she [[DramaticIrony has no surviving family to turn to]]. [[spoiler:So she sets out with another Alderaanian rebel to rally the survivors of their homeworld's destruction and find them a new home.]]
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* In ''FanFic/ThisBites'', [[spoiler:when Cross manages to speak with Merry's Klabautermann directly, she has this mentality for being too weak to carry her crew through the Grand Line. She even asks Cross why he isn't blaming her for being too weak.]]
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