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13th Sep '17 9:21:45 AM Omegatron
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* ''VideoGame/TronEvolution'': Since you are playing as a computer program you are simply restored from backup whenever you die.
13th Sep '17 8:31:53 AM Omegatron
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* ''VideoGame/Headlander'': [[spoiler:Partway through the game [[MissionControl Earl]] reveals that you are a clone. Near the end of the game [[BigBad Methuselah]] reveals that you're not just one clone, but a series of them. Whenever one of you is killed, a new clone is teleported into its place.]]

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* ''VideoGame/Headlander'': ''VideoGame/{{Headlander}}'': [[spoiler:Partway through the game [[MissionControl Earl]] reveals that you are a clone. Near the end of the game [[BigBad Methuselah]] reveals that you're not just one clone, but a series of them. Whenever one of you is killed, a new clone is teleported into its place.]]
13th Sep '17 6:29:47 AM Omegatron
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* ''VideoGame/Headlander'': [[spoiler:Partway through the game [[MissionControl Earl]] reveals that you are a clone. Near the end of the game [[BigBad Methuselah]] reveals that you're not just one clone, but a series of them. Whenever one of you is killed, a new clone is teleported into its place.]]
5th Aug '17 3:24:16 PM RockRaider
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* In the world of ''VideoGane/{{Scrapland}}'', there's a machine called "The Great Database", which stores the matrixes of every robot in the City of Chimera in it, and revives them should they die. That said, you have to pay Bishops in Chimera to buy extra lives, because if you die without any, you'll regenerate in a holding cell in the Chimera Police Department.

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* In the world of ''VideoGane/{{Scrapland}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Scrapland}}'', there's a machine called "The Great Database", which stores the matrixes of every robot in the City of Chimera in it, and revives them should they die. That said, you have to pay Bishops in Chimera to buy extra lives, because if you die without any, you'll regenerate in a holding cell in the Chimera Police Department.
5th Aug '17 3:23:19 PM RockRaider
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* In the world of ''VideoGane/{{Scrapland}}'', there's a machine called "The Great Database", which stores the matrixes of every robot in the City of Chimera in it, and revives them should they die. That said, you have to pay Bishops in Chimera to buy extra lives, because if you die without any, you'll regenerate in a holding cell in the Chimera Police Department.
1st Aug '17 2:33:44 PM razorrozar7
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManNetworkTransmission'' says that [=MegaMan.exe=]'s extra lives are backups of his data. However, this is in violation of the canon of [[VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork the parent series]], which states that [=MegaMan=] ''can't'' be backed up, because [[spoiler:his code is based on human DNA.]]

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* ''VideoGame/MegaManNetworkTransmission'' ''Mega Man Network Transmission'' says that [=MegaMan.exe=]'s extra lives are backups of his data. However, this is in violation of the canon of [[VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork the parent series]], which states that [=MegaMan=] ''can't'' be backed up, because [[spoiler:his code is based on human DNA.]]
1st Aug '17 2:33:05 PM razorrozar7
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* ''VideoGame/MegaManNetworkTransmission'' says that [=MegaMan.exe=]'s extra lives are backups of his data. However, this is in violation of the canon of [[VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork the parent series]], which states that [=MegaMan=] ''can't'' be backed up, because [[spoiler:his code is based on human DNA.]]
5th Jul '17 10:16:36 PM BillyMT
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* Nanashi in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' is backed by a Celtic God who can resurrect him as many times as necessary whenever he's killed, no penalties and no disadvantages whatsoever... Which is very weird and way too generous for a ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' game. Granted, there ''is'' a plot-relevant reason of why this even happens.
--> '''Dagda:''' ''"You are my Godslayer. I will resurrect you again and again, every time you fall. So go ahead. Throw your life away with reckless abandon... Hahaha..."''
14th Jun '17 1:24:16 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* The MMORPG ''{{Shadowbane}}'' explained the ability of characters to come back from the dead as something terribly wrong, but consistent throughout the world. Nobody could permanently die. [[WhoWantsToLiveForever At all.]]

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* The MMORPG ''{{Shadowbane}}'' explained the ability of characters to come back from the dead as something terribly wrong, but consistent throughout the world. Nobody could permanently die. [[WhoWantsToLiveForever At all.]]die because everyone had ResurrectiveImmortality.
14th May '17 3:35:36 PM nombretomado
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* InUniverse in ''StarcraftI'', where Zealots don't die, they get teleported back to Aiur/somewhere else after Aiur falls to get put in Dragoon shells.

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* InUniverse in ''StarcraftI'', ''VideoGame/StarcraftI'', where Zealots don't die, they get teleported back to Aiur/somewhere else after Aiur falls to get put in Dragoon shells.
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