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23rd Apr '17 3:37:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''ThereWillBeBrawl'' ends with damn near the entire cast getting killed off, many of whom die in the last episode.

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* ''ThereWillBeBrawl'' ''WebVideo/ThereWillBeBrawl'' ends with damn near the entire cast getting killed off, many of whom die in the last episode.



* Walrusguy's final YouTubePoop is somewhat infamous for this.

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* Walrusguy's final YouTubePoop WebAnimation/YouTubePoop is somewhat infamous for this.
20th Apr '17 8:25:33 AM FF32
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* In the ''Persona'' series, this tends to be the bad end result... except for ''VideoGame/Persona2InnocentSin'', in which [[spoiler:this is the ''only'' ending; the world is destroyed except for Sumaru City, and party member Maya Amano is speared to death. You go back and change it, wiping the party's memories of each other in the process... until the protagonist remembers, causing the events of ''VideoGame/Persona2EternalPunishment'' when it all happens ''again''.]]

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* In the ''Persona'' series, this tends to be the bad end result... except for ''VideoGame/Persona2InnocentSin'', ''[[VideoGame/Persona2 Persona 2: Innocent Sin]]'', in which [[spoiler:this is the ''only'' ending; the world is destroyed except for Sumaru City, and party member Maya Amano is speared to death. You go back and change it, wiping the party's memories of each other in the process... until the protagonist remembers, causing the events of ''VideoGame/Persona2EternalPunishment'' ''Persona 2: Eternal Punishment'' when it all happens ''again''.]]
20th Apr '17 6:05:25 AM nighttrainfm
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** Even though it's set in another timeline, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E11TurnLeft Turn Left]]" has to be mentioned here. The Doctor, Martha, [[Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures Sarah Jane, Maria, Clyde, Luke,]] [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Gwen and Ianto]] are all killed [[ForWantOfANail because Donna turned right at a intersection]]. With Donna and Rose the main characters of the episode and Jack immortal and Owen and Tosh already dead, that's every character that's ever had billing in all three series. Since this all gets reversed by the end of the episode, it's also an example of the SecondLawOfMetafictionalThermodynamics.

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** Even though it's set in another timeline, "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E11TurnLeft Turn Left]]" has to be mentioned here. The Doctor, Martha, [[Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures Sarah Jane, Maria, Clyde, Luke,]] [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Gwen and Ianto]] are all killed [[ForWantOfANail because Donna turned right at a an intersection]]. With Donna and Rose the main characters of the episode and episode, Jack immortal immortal, and Owen and Tosh already dead, that's every character that's ever had billing in all three series. Since this all gets reversed by the end of the episode, it's also an example of the SecondLawOfMetafictionalThermodynamics.
18th Apr '17 8:01:36 PM Az_Tech341
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* In ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'', this is stated to be author Karen Eiffel's SignatureStyle. It becomes an issue when the main character Harold Crick becomes her new protagonist and when confronted with this she is plagued by guilt at how many actual lives she might have ended.
18th Apr '17 4:47:53 PM nombretomado
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* In ''StrangerThanFiction'', this is stated to be author Karen Eiffel's SignatureStyle. It becomes an issue when the main character Harold Crick becomes her new protagonist and when confronted with this she is plagued by guilt at how many actual lives she might have ended.

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* In ''StrangerThanFiction'', ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'', this is stated to be author Karen Eiffel's SignatureStyle. It becomes an issue when the main character Harold Crick becomes her new protagonist and when confronted with this she is plagued by guilt at how many actual lives she might have ended.
16th Apr '17 3:26:44 PM nombretomado
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* Out of 25 main characters and several minor ones on ''HarpersIsland'', 4 make it out alive (2 due to InfantImmortality). There are 29 deaths on screen. The promos had heavily implied that '''everyone''' was going to die, although the writers opted not to go there.
* The season one finale of SpartacusBloodAndSand is actually entitled ''Kill Them All'', and does pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, at least as regards the Roman characters.

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* Out of 25 main characters and several minor ones on ''HarpersIsland'', ''Series/HarpersIsland'', 4 make it out alive (2 due to InfantImmortality). There are 29 deaths on screen. The promos had heavily implied that '''everyone''' was going to die, although the writers opted not to go there.
* The season one finale of SpartacusBloodAndSand ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' is actually entitled ''Kill Them All'', and does pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, at least as regards the Roman characters.
11th Apr '17 6:11:11 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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*** [[PlayingWithATrope Downplayed]] in the second half of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' Season 2, when the majority of the protagonists' side dies and the antagonists live. The kill count isn't that huge but all the Gundam pilots on Tekkadan's side are dead in the end which also includes TheHero, making it the first Gundam TV series to have the lead Gundam pilot killed. The director originally wanted kill off everyone in Tekkadan because he thought that they deserved to be punished. One of the producers suggested to have Kudelia killed as well but the writing staff were against it and wanted the characters to live. In fact, the ending that the show had was a happy one for Tekkadan, where survivors still ended up having stable lives after changing their identities.

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*** [[PlayingWithATrope Downplayed]] {{Downplayed|Trope}} in the second half of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' Season 2, when the majority of the protagonists' side dies and the antagonists live. The kill count isn't that huge but all the Gundam pilots on Tekkadan's side are dead in the end which also includes TheHero, making it the first Gundam TV series to have the lead Gundam pilot killed. The director originally wanted kill off everyone in Tekkadan because he thought that they deserved to be punished. One of the producers suggested to have Kudelia killed as well but the writing staff were against it and wanted the characters to live. In fact, the ending that the show had was a happy one for Tekkadan, where survivors still ended up having stable lives after changing their identities.
11th Apr '17 6:05:57 PM Az_Tech341
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*** The second half of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' Season 2 had majority of the protagonists' side dying while the antagonists remain alive. The kill count isn't that huge but all the Gundam pilots on Tekkadan's side are dead in the end which also includes TheHero, making it the first Gundam TV series to have the lead Gundam pilot killed. The director originally wanted kill off everyone in Tekkadan because he thought that they deserved to be punished. One of the producers suggested to have Kudelia killed as well but the writing staff were against it and wanted the characters to live. In fact, the ending that the show had was a happy one for Tekkadan, where survivors still ended up having stable lives after changing their identities.

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*** The [[PlayingWithATrope Downplayed]] in the second half of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' Season 2 had 2, when the majority of the protagonists' side dying while dies and the antagonists remain alive.live. The kill count isn't that huge but all the Gundam pilots on Tekkadan's side are dead in the end which also includes TheHero, making it the first Gundam TV series to have the lead Gundam pilot killed. The director originally wanted kill off everyone in Tekkadan because he thought that they deserved to be punished. One of the producers suggested to have Kudelia killed as well but the writing staff were against it and wanted the characters to live. In fact, the ending that the show had was a happy one for Tekkadan, where survivors still ended up having stable lives after changing their identities.
8th Apr '17 1:07:19 AM sayaleviathan
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*** The second half of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' Season 2 had majority of the protagonists' side dying while the antagonists remain alive. The kill count isn't that huge but all the Gundam pilots on Tekkadan's side are dead in the end which also includes TheHero, making it the first Gundam TV series to have the lead Gundam pilot killed. The director originally wanted kill off everyone in Tekkadan because he thought that they deserved to be punished. One of the producers suggested to have Kudelia killed as well but the writing staff were against it and wanted the characters to live. In fact, the ending that the show had was a happy one for Tekkadan, where survivors still ended up having stable lives after changing their identities.
2nd Apr '17 2:12:44 PM nombretomado
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* The [[MultipleEndings bad ending]] of ''{{Persona 3}}'' has this happen to SEES, as well as about [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt six billion-plus]] extras.

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* The [[MultipleEndings bad ending]] of ''{{Persona 3}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona3'' has this happen to SEES, as well as about [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt six billion-plus]] extras.
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