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24th Jul '16 12:26:30 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* By the end of ''WebAnimation/TheBackwaterGospel'', [[spoiler:everybody except for [[{{Psychopomp}} the Undertaker]] kill each other after a MassOhCrap that he wasn't going away after killing the Tramp]].
23rd Jul '16 3:17:57 PM Az_Tech341
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** This was the plan behind the missiles and nuclear warhead in the Fuji Ship. If they thought there was no hope left, the missules and warhead were launched all over Japan, killing everyone there and the crew of the ship gets blasted when the ship self-destructs at the same time.

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** This was the plan behind the missiles and nuclear warhead in the Fuji Ship. If they thought there was no hope left, the missules missiles and warhead were launched all over Japan, killing everyone there and the crew of the ship gets blasted when the ship self-destructs at the same time.



* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' also had a "kill 'em all" ending, due to the writer Hideaki Anno going through depression at the time (much like "Kill 'Em All Tomino"). However, Evangelion manages to avert this, sort of. The last two TV episodes and the movie all detail TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, and while every lifeform is merged into a giant amorphous superconsciousness, human individuals can potentially choose to get out of it. The main cast, however, is practically obliterated - only Asuka and Shinji are seen alive at the end, and most of the other mains were killed before Instrumentality even began. However, the facts that Asuka herself was killed before Instrumentality began, and that the mysterious Quantum Rei "witnesses" their deaths implies that they have another chance...

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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' also had a "kill 'em all" ending, due to the writer Hideaki Anno going through depression at the time (much like "Kill 'Em All Tomino"). However, Evangelion manages to avert this, sort of. The last two TV episodes and the movie all detail TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, and while every lifeform life-form is merged into a giant amorphous superconsciousness, human individuals can potentially choose to get out of it. The main cast, however, is practically obliterated - only Asuka and Shinji are seen alive at the end, and most of the other mains were killed before Instrumentality even began. However, the facts that Asuka herself was killed before Instrumentality began, and that the mysterious Quantum Rei "witnesses" their deaths implies that they have another chance...
23rd Jul '16 7:58:43 AM Dravencour
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* In ''Literature/{{Lolita}}'', the four main characters die off in various ways. Charlotte Haze is hit by a car, Quilty is gunned down by Humbert, Humbert dies of coronary thrombosis in prison, and Dolores, a.k.a. Lolita, dies during childbirth.

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* In ''Literature/{{Lolita}}'', the four main characters die off in various ways. Charlotte Haze is hit by a car, Quilty (the other pedophile in the novel) is gunned down by Humbert, Humbert dies of coronary thrombosis in prison, and Dolores, a.k.a. Lolita, dies during childbirth.
23rd Jul '16 7:57:57 AM Dravencour
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* In ''Literature/{{Lolita}}'', the four main characters die off in various ways. One is hit by a car, one is murdered, one has a heart attack, and the last one dies during childbirth.

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* In ''Literature/{{Lolita}}'', the four main characters die off in various ways. One Charlotte Haze is hit by a car, one Quilty is murdered, one has a heart attack, gunned down by Humbert, Humbert dies of coronary thrombosis in prison, and the last one Dolores, a.k.a. Lolita, dies during childbirth.
23rd Jul '16 7:47:54 AM Dravencour
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* Played with in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'': Homura Akemi is stuck in a GroundhogDayLoop, and in every single iteration thus far, she's been the only magical girl to finish alive and not a witch.

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* Played with in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'': Homura Akemi is stuck in a GroundhogDayLoop, and in every single iteration thus far, she's been the only magical girl to finish alive and not a witch. [[spoiler:Madoka's wish undoes every witch-out in both the present and the past, saving everyone at the cost of her own existence]].
23rd Jul '16 7:42:49 AM Dravencour
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** This was the plan behind the missles and nuclear warhead in the Fuji Ship. If they thought there was no hope left, the missles and warhead were launched all over Japan, killing everyone there and the crew of the ship gets blasted when the ship self-destructs at the same time.
* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' manages to kill off the entire main cast including Akira in the span of five volumes. ''Manga/ViolenceJack'' technically brings many of them back... only for them to [[CrapsackWorld go through hell again.]]

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** This was the plan behind the missles missiles and nuclear warhead in the Fuji Ship. If they thought there was no hope left, the missles missules and warhead were launched all over Japan, killing everyone there and the crew of the ship gets blasted when the ship self-destructs at the same time.
* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' manages to kill off the entire main cast including Akira in the span of five volumes. ''Manga/ViolenceJack'' technically brings many of them back... only for them to [[CrapsackWorld go through hell all over again.]]



* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', gets pretty close to it. Out of the entire original cast, only Seras, Integra, and a now immortal Heinkel are still alive after the [[DistantFinale 30-year timeskip]]. As for everyone's favourite psychopathic vampire, well... Alucard is alive, but [[StayingAlive he was dead]] for a good 30 years. As well as the named characters, a pretty large proportion of the civilian population of London probably die in the final battle, plus pretty much all the RedShirt members of Iscariot and the Millennium {{Mooks}}.

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* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', gets pretty close to it. Out of the entire original cast, only Seras, Integra, and a now immortal Heinkel are still alive after the [[DistantFinale 30-year timeskip]]. As for everyone's favourite psychopathic vampire, well... Alucard is alive, but [[StayingAlive he was dead]] for a good 30 years. As well as the named characters, a pretty large proportion sizable percentage of the civilian population of London probably die in bit it during the final battle, plus courtesy of [[{{Ghostapo}} Millennium]], [[CorruptChurch Iscariot]] and Alucard himself, and pretty much all the RedShirt members of every {{mook}} Iscariot and the Millennium {{Mooks}}.had is also dead.
19th Jul '16 1:17:13 AM shokoshu
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* Hamburg University Theatre has a play (official description hints [[LordOfTheFlies Lord of The Flies]] meets ''{{Lost}}'' ) that discusses the trope in the title: "Dark Sides - Everyone Dies".
15th Jul '16 2:02:22 PM Willbyr
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** ''{{Narutaru}}'': Don't mess with the little girl who can use the ''whole world'' as a weapon. Oh, and while at the end, it resembles ''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion The End of Evangelion]]'' in that there are [[AdamAndEvePlot two people alive]], it doesn't [[TearJerker feel]] that way.

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** ''{{Narutaru}}'': ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}'': Don't mess with the little girl who can use the ''whole world'' as a weapon. Oh, and while at the end, it resembles ''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion The End of Evangelion]]'' in that there are [[AdamAndEvePlot two people alive]], it doesn't [[TearJerker feel]] that way.
13th Jul '16 7:24:19 AM IamTheCaligula
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', [[spoiler:''you'' can do this, earning the most difficult FinalBoss and the absolute worst ending in the game for your troubles, aptly nicknamed by the fandom: '''Genocide Route'''.]] Emphasis on ''all'' -- [[spoiler:you must grind until ''there are no more monsters'' in each area so that random encounters only say "but nobody came", because you killed them all. And if you spare even one boss or UniqueEnemy, you get one of the Neutral endings instead depending on who you killed and how many mooks you killed. But if you do succeed in your slaughter of ''absolutely everyone'', you'll kill Sans, Flowey, and ''the world itself''.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', [[spoiler:''you'' can do this, earning the most difficult FinalBoss and the absolute worst ending in the game for your troubles, aptly nicknamed by the fandom: '''Genocide Route'''.]] Emphasis on ''all'' -- [[spoiler:you must grind until ''there are no more monsters'' in each area so that random encounters only say "but nobody came", because you killed them all. And if you spare even one boss Boss or UniqueEnemy, UniqueEnemy or RandomEncounter, you get one of the Neutral endings instead depending on who you killed and how many mooks you killed. But if you do succeed in your slaughter of ''absolutely everyone'', you'll kill Sans, Flowey, and ''the world itself''.]]
10th Jul '16 12:05:27 AM wolftickets1969
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* At the end of the cabaret musical ''Twister Beach'', as hinted by the song [[SpoilerTitle "No Survivors"]], the cast, after [[TheShowMustGoOn deciding to continue the talent show]] [[WhileRomeBurns in spite of the approaching hurricane]], are all swept out to sea by the storm and either drowned or eaten by the sharks, [[GaiasVengeance in revenge for mankind's despoilment of the the Earth]].

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* At the end of the cabaret musical ''Twister Beach'', as hinted foreshadowed by the song [[SpoilerTitle "No Survivors"]], the cast, after [[TheShowMustGoOn deciding to continue the talent show]] [[WhileRomeBurns in spite of the approaching hurricane]], are all swept out to sea by the storm and either drowned or eaten by the sharks, [[GaiasVengeance in revenge for mankind's despoilment of the the Earth]].
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