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2nd May '16 6:46:02 AM SteveMB
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** It might make more sense to argue that ''he'' should worry about ''her'' enemies (though maybe not, given his impressive track record at taking on and beating superpowered foes).

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** It might make more sense to argue that ''he'' should worry about ''her'' enemies (though maybe not, given [[BadassNormal his impressive track record at taking on and beating superpowered foes).foes]]).
12th Apr '16 2:03:32 PM erraticegomania
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* In ''Literature/{{Twig}}'', Lillian and Sylvester agree to break up not only because their romantic relationship makes them immediately vulnerable to the predations of the [[TheCaligula Baron Richmond]], who [[EvilIsPetty delights in causing them even minor misfortune]], but because more broadly it threatens Lillian's ambitions of [[AcademyOfEvil academic advancement]] and makes it easy for people to attack her indirectly.
10th Apr '16 8:39:41 PM Angeldeb82
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LoveHurts. Add [[GenreSavvy Genre Savviness]] and the SortingAlgorithmOfMortality, and it's just plain unbearable. TheHero has a ready and willing {{Love Interest|s}} who makes him happy, who would be good for him, who [[{{OneTruePairing}} even the fans want to see him with]]. No LoveTriangle, no MayflyDecemberRomance, no VirginPower, no TwiceShy--things could be perfect. It's plain as day that he cares more about her than anything else...plain to everyone, including the BigBad. TheHero knows that his enemies will never let him have a love life in peace; they'll [[AndYourLittleDogToo strike down the people dearest to him]] first chance they get. The only way to protect his beloved from becoming BigBad cannon fodder is by letting her go. Despite what a noble, selfless move it is, the spurned Love Interest's reaction will usually be, "Screw the danger! I don't care!", to show [[SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan they love]] TheHero just as much.

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LoveHurts. Add [[GenreSavvy Genre Savviness]] {{Genre Savv|y}}iness and the SortingAlgorithmOfMortality, and it's just plain unbearable. TheHero has a ready and willing {{Love Interest|s}} who makes him happy, who would be good for him, who [[{{OneTruePairing}} [[OneTruePairing even the fans want to see him with]]. No LoveTriangle, no MayflyDecemberRomance, no VirginPower, no TwiceShy--things could be perfect. It's plain as day that he cares more about her than anything else...plain to everyone, including the BigBad. TheHero knows that his enemies will never let him have a love life in peace; they'll [[AndYourLittleDogToo strike down the people dearest to him]] first chance they get. The only way to protect his beloved from becoming BigBad cannon fodder is by letting her go. Despite what a noble, selfless move it is, the spurned Love Interest's reaction will usually be, "Screw the danger! I don't care!", to show [[SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan they love]] TheHero just as much.



Usually unnecessary if the LoveInterest is [[ActionGirl a badass]] [[BattleCouple too]]. Compare IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy and HeroHarassesHelpers. A sub-trope of ItsNotYouItsMe and CelibateHero. May overlap with LovedINotHonorMore. May lead to GoodIsNotNice. Often the rationale behind passing the LeaveYourQuestTest. When the love interest is the one who breaks things off for this reason, that's LoveCannotOvercome.

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Usually unnecessary if the LoveInterest {{Love Interest|s}} is [[ActionGirl a badass]] [[BattleCouple too]]. Compare IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy and HeroHarassesHelpers. A sub-trope of ItsNotYouItsMe and CelibateHero. May overlap with LovedINotHonorMore. May lead to GoodIsNotNice. Often the rationale behind passing the LeaveYourQuestTest. When the love interest is the one who breaks things off for this reason, that's LoveCannotOvercome.



* This is [[{{UST}} the true problem]] in [[HitmanWithAHeart Ryo]] [[LovableSexManiac Saeba]] and [[{{Bifauxnen}} Kaori]] [[{{Tsundere}} Makimura]]'s relationship in ''Manga/CityHunter'', as he's perfectly aware of the numerous enemies he has as a sweeper, and said enemies had already targeted Kaori during the course of the series since they usually can't beat him one on one.

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* This is [[{{UST}} [[UnresolvedSexualTension the true problem]] in [[HitmanWithAHeart Ryo]] [[LovableSexManiac Saeba]] and [[{{Bifauxnen}} Kaori]] [[{{Tsundere}} Makimura]]'s relationship in ''Manga/CityHunter'', as he's perfectly aware of the numerous enemies he has as a sweeper, and said enemies had already targeted Kaori during the course of the series since they usually can't beat him one on one.



* In ''Anime/MaiHime'', Mai tries to push Yuuichi away because the defeat of a [=HiME=] leads to the death of her most important person [[spoiler:and she had just watched her brother Takumi die after the defeat of his roommate and girlfriend Akira]]. She fails [[spoiler:and Yuuichi dies after his UnluckyChildhoodFriend Shiho is defeated]].

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* In ''Anime/MaiHime'', Mai tries to push Yuuichi away because the defeat of a [=HiME=] leads to the death of her most important person [[spoiler:and she had just watched her brother Takumi die after the defeat of his roommate and girlfriend Akira]]. She fails [[spoiler:and Yuuichi dies after his UnluckyChildhoodFriend [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Unlucky Childhood Friend]] Shiho is defeated]].



* Yuriko, Sakura, and Aya-chan in ''Anime/WeissKreuz'' get this treatment, via the main characters simply disappearing and never seeing them again--for good reason, since the ones who ''don't'' get the ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies treatment (such as Ouka and, in ''Anime/WeissKreuz [[OddlyNamedSequel Gluhen]]'', Asami) always end up dead.

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* Yuriko, Sakura, and Aya-chan in ''Anime/WeissKreuz'' get this treatment, via the main characters simply disappearing and never seeing them again--for good reason, since the ones who ''don't'' get the ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies treatment (such as Ouka and, in ''Anime/WeissKreuz [[OddlyNamedSequel [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Gluhen]]'', Asami) always end up dead.



* The [[SecondActBreakup Second Season Breakup]] in ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s first anime revolved around this. Similarly to ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', Mamoru doesn't give a clear reason at all for why he's dumping Usagi and it takes about 15 episodes until they actually talk about the prophetic dream that caused the whole situation. The kicker -- said dream was sent by ''Mamoru's future self'' to "ensure their love was strong enough" to take on the Black Moon Clan.

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* The [[SecondActBreakup Second Season Second-Season Breakup]] in ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s first anime revolved around this. Similarly to ''Manga/FruitsBasket'', Mamoru doesn't give a clear reason at all for why he's dumping Usagi and it takes about 15 episodes until they actually talk about the prophetic dream that caused the whole situation. The kicker -- said dream was sent by ''Mamoru's future self'' to "ensure their love was strong enough" to take on the Black Moon Clan.



*** Lex is informed of who Superman is as well; he finds the whole thing hilarious and plans to sit back and relax while Superman spends the rest of the day fighting and panicking. Come nightfall, Lex sits down to his computer deciding its time to destroy the Man of Steel utterly...just in time, of course, for Manchester Black to have a change of heart and [[StatusQuoIsGod wipe the knowledge clean again.]]

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*** Lex is informed of who Superman is as well; he finds the whole thing hilarious and plans to sit back and relax while Superman spends the rest of the day fighting and panicking. Come nightfall, Lex sits down to his computer deciding its time to destroy the Man of Steel utterly...just in time, of course, for Manchester Black to have a change of heart and [[StatusQuoIsGod wipe the knowledge clean again.]]again]].



* This is the reason Franchise/{{Batman}} tries to avoid getting serious with anyone, why he has so few friends, and why he's a JerkAss to a majority of his sidekick squad. It's not that he wants to be, he just wants to protect them, because the things ''his'' RoguesGallery does are better not seen by anyone, really. Plus, he doesn't want anyone else growing up like him, bitter and angry at the world, and he's trying to avoid causing anyone pain from when he inevitably falls in combat or finally snaps. [[CrapsackWorld Batman's world is not happy.]]

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* This is the reason Franchise/{{Batman}} tries to avoid getting serious with anyone, why he has so few friends, and why he's a JerkAss {{Jerkass}} to a majority of his sidekick squad. It's not that he wants to be, he just wants to protect them, because the things ''his'' RoguesGallery does are better not seen by anyone, really. Plus, he doesn't want anyone else growing up like him, bitter and angry at the world, and he's trying to avoid causing anyone pain from when he inevitably falls in combat or finally snaps. [[CrapsackWorld Batman's world is not happy.]]



* Played straight and downplayed in ''FanFic/BackToTheFuturePrequel'': Doc breaks off his friendship with Marty in order to protect him from a vengeful former schoolmate and from being contaminated by Doc's reputation. [[ForegoneConclusion Of course]], [[SubvertedTrope they get back together]].

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* Played straight and downplayed in ''FanFic/BackToTheFuturePrequel'': Doc breaks off his friendship with Marty in order to protect him from a vengeful former schoolmate and from being contaminated by Doc's reputation. [[ForegoneConclusion Of course]], course,]] [[SubvertedTrope they get back together]].together.]]



* The first ''Film/SpiderMan1'' film: Peter gives Mary-Jane the JustFriends excuse when she finally tells him she loves him, after nearly losing her to a SadisticChoice. (And let's not forget he ''did'' lose a love interest in an almost identical scenario in the comic books.) All three movies nonetheless climax with villains luring Spider-Man by [[DistressedDamsel holding Mary-Jane hostage]], whether they're together or not.

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* The first ''Film/SpiderMan1'' film: Peter gives Mary-Jane the JustFriends excuse when she finally tells him she loves him, after nearly losing her to a SadisticChoice. (And let's not forget he ''did'' lose a love interest in an almost identical scenario in the comic books.) All three movies nonetheless climax with villains luring Spider-Man by [[DistressedDamsel [[DamselInDistress holding Mary-Jane hostage]], whether they're together or not.



** Rand also takes a similar approach towards his father, Tam al'Thor, and his hometown, the Two Rivers. He figures that the less his enemies know about his attachment to them, especially [[HappilyAdopted his adoptive father,]] the safer they will be from the possibility of attack.
* In the ''Literature/NightHuntress'' books, this is why [[spoiler:Cat leaves Bones]] when the government [[VampireHunter vampire hunters]] are closing in, reasoning that they will be safe without the extra attention.

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** Rand also takes a similar approach towards his father, Tam al'Thor, and his hometown, the Two Rivers. He figures that the less his enemies know about his attachment to them, especially [[HappilyAdopted his adoptive father,]] father]], the safer they will be from the possibility of attack.
* In the ''Literature/NightHuntress'' books, this is why [[spoiler:Cat leaves Bones]] when the government [[VampireHunter vampire hunters]] {{vampire hunter}}s are closing in, reasoning that they will be safe without the extra attention.



** In the season 8 comics Buffy is woken with a TrueLovesKiss, which we initially think was from Xander. It turns out it was from Satsu, a Slayer who is [[LesYay in love with Buffy]]. Buffy tries to dump her due to how much danger she would be in by being her love interest. [[MasterOfTheMixedMessage Then Buffy sleeps with Satsu. She again invokes this trope, then sleeps with her again]].

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** In the season 8 comics Buffy is woken with a TrueLovesKiss, which we initially think was from Xander. It turns out it was from Satsu, a Slayer who is [[LesYay [[HoYay in love with Buffy]]. Buffy tries to dump her due to how much danger she would be in by being her love interest. [[MasterOfTheMixedMessage Then Buffy sleeps with Satsu. She again invokes this trope, then sleeps with her again]].



** Dean pulls this on Lisa when Sam shows back up in the sixth season premiere: he evacuates her and Ben to Bobby's for a few days and then has them move to Michigan to try to keep them safe. [[spoiler:It doesn't work]].

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** Dean pulls this on Lisa when Sam shows back up in the sixth season premiere: he evacuates her and Ben to Bobby's for a few days and then has them move to Michigan to try to keep them safe. [[spoiler:It doesn't work]].work.]]



** Inverted in season nine, where Lois gives this speech to Clark, about why it was logical that [[{{Superman}} The Blur]] didn't tell her his identity, based entirely on this trope. Amusing because Clark was just about to tell her he was the Blur.

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** Inverted in season nine, where Lois gives this speech to Clark, about why it was logical that [[{{Superman}} [[Franchise/{{Superman}} The Blur]] didn't tell her his identity, based entirely on this trope. Amusing because Clark was just about to tell her he was the Blur.



* Between ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' and ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', [[spoiler:Rose fakes a miscarriage and a marriage to Roy Campbell to protect herself and her son from the Patriots, who would use them against Raiden.]] Of course, their relationship was already falling apart before any of this happened, but they worked it out in the end.

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* Between ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' and ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'', [[spoiler:Rose fakes a miscarriage and a marriage to Roy Campbell to protect herself and her son from the Patriots, who would use them against Raiden.]] Of course, their relationship was already falling apart before any of this happened, but they worked it out in the end.



* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]]'': Kilik knows that his longtime traveling companion Xianghua has romantic feelings for him, but his quest to destroy Soul Edge prevents him from wanting to get too close to her (Kilik's first love [[spoiler: and Xianghua's long-lost older sister]] Xianglian was killed by him while he was under possession of the Evil Seed). In Xianghua's ''SCIV'' ending, [[spoiler:he explicitly tells this to her as he grabs hold of the cursed sword. [[TakingYouWithMe She's not listening]], [[TogetherInDeath no matter what.]]]]

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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]]'': Kilik knows that his longtime traveling companion Xianghua has romantic feelings for him, but his quest to destroy Soul Edge prevents him from wanting to get too close to her (Kilik's first love [[spoiler: and Xianghua's long-lost older sister]] Xianglian was killed by him while he was under possession of the Evil Seed). In Xianghua's ''SCIV'' ending, [[spoiler:he explicitly tells this to her as he grabs hold of the cursed sword. [[TakingYouWithMe She's not listening]], listening,]] [[TogetherInDeath no matter what.]]]]



** [[spoiler: If you send her away, she lives. If you don't, she makes you some armor...and is promptly murdered]].
* In ''BaldursGate 2'', trying to romance drow priestess Viconia will end with this, as she's targeted by Lolth's Handmaidens and doesn't want to drag the protagonist into her mess. However in the expansion she will be amenable to starting over - she realizes that between having your soul ripped out and reclaimed, going to hell, climbing the path to godhood and having to put down your god-blooded half-siblings along the way, the Handmaidens are a minor trifle. Besides, marrying a god...

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** [[spoiler: If you send her away, she lives. If you don't, she makes you some armor...and is promptly murdered]].
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* In ''BaldursGate ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2'', trying to romance drow priestess Viconia will end with this, as she's targeted by Lolth's Handmaidens and doesn't want to drag the protagonist into her mess. However in the expansion she will be amenable to starting over - she realizes that between having your soul ripped out and reclaimed, going to hell, climbing the path to godhood and having to put down your god-blooded half-siblings along the way, the Handmaidens are a minor trifle. Besides, marrying a god...



* A platonic version occurs at the end of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' season three. [[spoiler:In the penultimate episode, Blake has a violent encounter with Adam, who is enraged that she's left the [[WesternTerrorists White Fang]] and gotten out from under his thumb. He not only stabs her, but promises to [[IfICantHaveYou "destroy everything you love,"]] and gets started by [[AnArmAndALeg lopping off Yang's arm]] when she tries to rescue Blake. In the season's denouement, we learn that Blake has run off on Yang and the rest of Team RWBY, presumably due to this trope. [[{{Tearjerker}} Not that Yang knows this, leaving her feeling terribly betrayed after losing so much while trying to save her friend.]]]]

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* A platonic version occurs at the end of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' season three. [[spoiler:In the penultimate episode, Blake has a violent encounter with Adam, who is enraged that she's left the [[WesternTerrorists White Fang]] and gotten out from under his thumb. He not only stabs her, but promises to [[IfICantHaveYou "destroy everything you love,"]] and gets started by [[AnArmAndALeg lopping off Yang's arm]] when she tries to rescue Blake. In the season's denouement, we learn that Blake has run off on Yang and the rest of Team RWBY, presumably due to this trope. [[{{Tearjerker}} [[TearJerker Not that Yang knows this, leaving her feeling terribly betrayed after losing so much while trying to save her friend.]]]]



* Terry [=McGinnis=] of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' gives his longtime girlfriend Dana Tan this speech in the FullyAbsorbedFinale episode "Epilogue" of ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited''. However, the scene appears to be a hypothetical one imagined by Terry rather than actually happening; at the end of the episode [[spoiler:he calls Dana to confirm a date they've scheduled, and is clearly planning to propose.]]

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* Terry [=McGinnis=] of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' gives his longtime girlfriend Dana Tan this speech in the FullyAbsorbedFinale episode "Epilogue" of ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited''. However, the scene appears to be a hypothetical one imagined by Terry rather than actually happening; at the end of the episode [[spoiler:he calls Dana to confirm a date they've scheduled, and is clearly planning to propose.]]propose]].



* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Along with many other SuperheroTropes rolled into the episode called ''The Beak''. Phineas and Isabella [[ShipTease naturally.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Along with many other SuperheroTropes rolled into the episode called ''The Beak''. Phineas and Isabella [[ShipTease naturally.]]naturally]].
24th Mar '16 1:15:02 PM KingLyger
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* Pretty much the main plot of ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand'' revolved around the fact that, before the game began, Fox and Krystal had fallen in love, just before Fox kicks her out of the team and breaks up with her because life as a Star Fox member is so dangerous. [[spoiler: Most of the multiple endings wrap this up in some way, sometimes happily, sometimes not.]]

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* Pretty much the The main plot of ''VideoGame/StarFoxCommand'' revolved around the fact that, before the game began, that Fox and kicked his girlfriend Krystal had fallen in love, just before Fox kicks her out of the team and breaks up with her because life as a Star Fox member is so dangerous.dangerous. [[WhatTheHellHero Pretty much everyone calls Fox out on this for being a phenomenally dumb move]], and Krystal ends up putting herself in harms way with Star Wolf. [[spoiler: Most of the multiple endings wrap this up in some way, sometimes happily, sometimes not.]]
11th Mar '16 7:23:26 PM rojopixler
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* A platonic([[ShipTease ?]]) version occurs at the end of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' season three. [[spoiler:In the penultimate episode, Blake has a violent encounter with Adam, who is enraged that she's left the [[WesternTerrorists White Fang]] and gotten out from under his thumb. He not only stabs her, but promises to [[IfICantHaveYou "destroy everything you love,"]] and gets started by [[AnArmAndALeg lopping off Yang's arm]] when she tries to rescue Blake. In the season's denouement, we learn that Blake has run off on Yang and the rest of Team RWBY, presumably due to this trope. [[{{Tearjerker}} Not that Yang knows this, leaving her feeling terribly betrayed after losing so much while trying to save her friend.]]]]

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* A platonic([[ShipTease ?]]) platonic version occurs at the end of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' season three. [[spoiler:In the penultimate episode, Blake has a violent encounter with Adam, who is enraged that she's left the [[WesternTerrorists White Fang]] and gotten out from under his thumb. He not only stabs her, but promises to [[IfICantHaveYou "destroy everything you love,"]] and gets started by [[AnArmAndALeg lopping off Yang's arm]] when she tries to rescue Blake. In the season's denouement, we learn that Blake has run off on Yang and the rest of Team RWBY, presumably due to this trope. [[{{Tearjerker}} Not that Yang knows this, leaving her feeling terribly betrayed after losing so much while trying to save her friend.]]]]
24th Feb '16 5:49:30 PM Tacitus
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* At the end of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles: Literature/{{Changes}}'' Harry sends [[spoiler:his daughter]] to [[spoiler:be placed in a foster home without him knowing where]] so that his enemies can't find her. In ''Literature/GhostStory'', we find out the person he entrusts this to does one better and [[spoiler:puts her in a house guarded by archangels. Specifically, Michael's house]].

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* At the end of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles: Literature/{{Changes}}'' Harry sends [[spoiler:his daughter]] daughter to [[spoiler:be be placed in a foster home without him knowing where]] so that his enemies can't find her. In ''Literature/GhostStory'', we find out the person he entrusts this to does one better and [[spoiler:puts her in a house guarded by archangels. Specifically, Michael's house]].



* A platonic version occurs in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''. [[spoiler:In the epilogue of Volume 3, it turns out Blake abandoned the injured and unconscious Yang once she was safe in Vale, and just ran off, and none of her former friends are aware of her whereabouts. A possible explanation is that Blake blames herself for [[TearJerker what]] [[AnArmAndALeg happened]] to Yang and fears that Adam will come after Blake's other friends as well, forcing Blake to distance herself from them. A bedridden and depressed Yang is left confused and disgusted at Blake for doing this.]]

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* A platonic platonic([[ShipTease ?]]) version occurs in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''. at the end of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' season three. [[spoiler:In the epilogue of Volume 3, it turns out penultimate episode, Blake abandoned the injured and unconscious Yang once she was safe in Vale, and just ran off, and none of her former friends are aware of her whereabouts. A possible explanation has a violent encounter with Adam, who is enraged that Blake blames herself for [[TearJerker what]] she's left the [[WesternTerrorists White Fang]] and gotten out from under his thumb. He not only stabs her, but promises to [[IfICantHaveYou "destroy everything you love,"]] and gets started by [[AnArmAndALeg happened]] lopping off Yang's arm]] when she tries to rescue Blake. In the season's denouement, we learn that Blake has run off on Yang and fears the rest of Team RWBY, presumably due to this trope. [[{{Tearjerker}} Not that Adam will come Yang knows this, leaving her feeling terribly betrayed after Blake's other friends as well, forcing Blake losing so much while trying to distance herself from them. A bedridden and depressed Yang is left confused and disgusted at Blake for doing this.]]save her friend.]]]]



* ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'': Diana is flirting with Batman during a stakeout, and he gives a few reasons why they shouldn't. The third reason is the standard superhero wave-off of his enemies being a threat to anyone he's in a relationship with... which Diana answers by casually crushing the head of a stone gargoyle in her hand and asking "next?".

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* ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'': ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'': Diana is flirting with Batman during a stakeout, and he gives a few reasons why they shouldn't. The third reason is the standard superhero wave-off of his enemies being a threat to anyone he's in a relationship with... which Diana answers by casually crushing the head of a stone gargoyle in her hand and asking "next?".
18th Feb '16 2:00:30 AM thatmadork
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* A platonic version occurs in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''. [[spoiler:In the epilogue of Volume 3, it turns out Blake abandoned the injured and unconscious Yang once she was safe in Vale, and just ran off, and none of her former friends are aware of her whereabouts. A possible explanation is that Blake blames herself for [[TearJerker what]] [[AnArmAndALeg happened]] to Yang and fears that Adam will come after Blake's other friends as well, forcing Blake to distance herself from them. A bedridden and depressed Yang is left confused and disgusted at Blake for doing this.]]
9th Feb '16 9:22:37 AM kome360
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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'': Raiden himself does this to his wife and son because his latest enemies ''rip the brains out of children and force-feed them violent training simulations''.

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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'': Raiden himself does this to his wife and son because his latest enemies ''rip the brains out of children and force-feed them violent training simulations''. THIS IS NOT AN EXAGGERATION.
9th Feb '16 9:21:52 AM kome360
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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'': Raiden himself does this to his wife and son because his latest enemies ''rip the brains out of children and force-feed them violent training simulations''.
8th Feb '16 9:00:45 AM romanovnq
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*** Surprisingly, [[spoiler:''this one works''! And, thanks to Kallen working out the details of Zero Requiem, she didn't even end up hating him for it]], although her [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDXON8jAfcI image song]] and character poem imply that she harbours regret for not figuring out what [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim he was trying to do]].

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*** Surprisingly, [[spoiler:''this one works''! And, thanks to Kallen working out the details of Zero Requiem, she didn't even end up hating him for it]], although her [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDXON8jAfcI image song]] and character poem imply that she harbours regret for not figuring out what [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim he was trying to do]].do]] sooner, and only realising it when [[spoiler:he dies]].
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