History Main / KillEmAll

13th Oct '17 11:11:27 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series backstory, Wulfharth Ash-King, the legendary ancient King of the Nords and noted [[GodInHumanForm Shezarrine]] who [[EternalHero has died and come back to life]] at least three times, was part of two such instances in-universe:
** According to "The Secret Song of King Wulfharth," this was the fate of nearly all of the leaders at the [[GreatOffscreenWar Battle of Red Mountain]]. Wulfharth blinded Alandro Sul with a [[LanguageOfMagic Thu'um]] [[MakeMeWannaShout shout]], but was himself struck down with "grievous wounds". Meanwhile, Nerevar, Dagoth, Dumac, and Shor who had been reunited with his [[CosmicKeystone Heart]] all killed each other but not before Nerevar was able to cut out Shor's heart once again.
** This was the result of the fight that ensued when [[CourtMage Zurin Arctus]] attempted to trap Wulfharth's soul. Wulfharth killed all of Arctus' soldiers and then killed Arctus himself with his dying breath. However, Arctus' [[YourSoulIsMine soul-trap spell]] succeeded. The two were apparently left [[MergerOfSouls merged into one undying being]] known as the Underking. (A title that Wulfharth possibly went by even before this event.)
30th Sep '17 10:55:11 PM Sharlee
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''Literature/TheClericQuintet'', the Edificant Library seems well on its way to recovering from events of the first novel when Cadderly and Danica set off on their mission. By the time they return, ''everyone'' they'd left behind has been massacred and/or become undead thanks to [[spoiler: Rufo's death and return as a vampire]], save one alchemist who'd been fired just before the bloodbath started and a lone priest who'd barricaded himself in his room singing holy songs for a week straight.

to:

* In ''Literature/TheClericQuintet'', the Edificant Library seems well on its way to recovering from events of the first novel when Cadderly and Danica set off on their mission. By the time they return, ''everyone'' they'd left behind has been massacred and/or become undead thanks to [[spoiler: Rufo's death and return as a vampire]], save one the alchemist who'd been fired just before the bloodbath started started, Cadderly's squirrel buddy Percival, and a lone priest who'd barricaded himself in his room singing holy songs for a week straight.
30th Sep '17 10:53:50 PM Sharlee
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In ''Literature/TheClericQuintet'', the Edificant Library seems well on its way to recovering from events of the first novel when Cadderly and Danica set off on their mission. By the time they return, ''everyone'' they'd left behind has been massacred and/or become undead thanks to [[spoiler: Rufo's death and return as a vampire]], save one alchemist who'd been fired just before the bloodbath started and a lone priest who'd barricaded himself in his room singing holy songs for a week straight.
30th Sep '17 10:34:26 PM Sharlee
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''[[Film/TheThing1982 The Thing]]'' (1982) ends with all but, at most, two human characters still alive, and they're doomed to freeze to death if indeed they ''are'' human. All the other men and all the dogs are killed; as for the Thing itself, there's really no way at all to be sure if it's dead for good, or if anyone else will be stupid enough to defrost it again if it's not.
29th Sep '17 7:40:24 PM BattleMaster
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This is the ''good'' option in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' ''Nuka-World'' DLC: the Open Season quest is to kill all three Raider groups who are living there instead of working with them. Can also be done in ''Far Harbor'' if you feel like being a jerk. There's even a unique perk for doing so.

to:

* This is the ''good'' option in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' ''Nuka-World'' DLC: the Open Season quest is to kill all three Raider groups who are living there instead of working with them. Of course, you can always wait to do so until after you've gotten all the equipment and perks from completing the evil stuff. Can also be done in ''Far Harbor'' if you feel like being a jerk. There's even a unique perk for doing so.
29th Sep '17 7:37:39 PM BattleMaster
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* This is the ''good'' option in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' ''Nuka-World'' DLC: the Open Season quest is to kill all three Raider groups who are living there instead of working with them. Can also be done in ''Far Harbor'' if you feel like being a jerk. There's even a unique perk for doing so.
21st Sep '17 12:54:09 PM CombativeBoil
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'''s Heaven's Feel route, almost the entire supporting cast, and Saber, the LoveInterest from one of the other routes die, and in one ending even ''Shiro'', the ''protagonist'', dies.
** Actually, it's not that much worse than the other two routes. Rin, Sakura and one of Ilya or Shirou survive, and none of the minor non-magi characters are known to have been killed. Saber dies, yes, but Rider survives (which isn't true in any other route), and all of the servants bar one die in every route anyway (that's the point of the war). The only person who dies in HF and no other route (other than Shirou) is Zouken, and that's hardly a great loss....
** The prequel ''LightNovel/FateZero'' is even worse. The protaganist Kiritsugu is [[YourDaysAreNumbered diseased]], and everyone else except for [[BigBad Kotomine]] and another main character dies.

to:

* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'''s Heaven's Feel route, almost ''LightNovel/FateZero'', the entire supporting cast, and Saber, the LoveInterest from one of the other routes die, and in one ending even ''Shiro'', the ''protagonist'', dies.
** Actually, it's not that much worse than the other two routes. Rin, Sakura and one of Ilya or Shirou survive, and none of the minor non-magi characters are known to have been killed. Saber dies, yes, but Rider survives (which isn't true in any other route), and all of the servants bar one die in every route anyway (that's the point of the war). The only person who dies in HF and no other route (other than Shirou) is Zouken, and that's hardly a great loss....
** The prequel ''LightNovel/FateZero'' is even worse. The protaganist
protagonist Kiritsugu survives, but is [[YourDaysAreNumbered terminally diseased]], and everyone else except for [[BigBad Kotomine]] and another main character dies.
18th Sep '17 12:43:34 PM SeptimusHeap
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* By the time ''{{Xenosaga}} Episode III's'' credits roll, all but one of the major antagonists are dead or otherwise out of the picture, three party members (Jin, chaos, and KOS-MOS) are either dead/gone or incapacitated, all of the series's supernatural figures have ascended to another plane for the time being, and about 90% of human life in the universe has been transformed into Gnosis. Episode III's second disc alone is responsible for the majority of these deaths.

to:

* By the time ''{{Xenosaga}} ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} Episode III's'' credits roll, all but one of the major antagonists are dead or otherwise out of the picture, three party members (Jin, chaos, and KOS-MOS) are either dead/gone or incapacitated, all of the series's supernatural figures have ascended to another plane for the time being, and about 90% of human life in the universe has been transformed into Gnosis. Episode III's second disc alone is responsible for the majority of these deaths.
14th Sep '17 9:27:21 PM smasll_lordvoice
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''Film/{{Logan}}'' kills off [[spoiler: every adult of significance, including the title character. The only ones who survive are Laura and the rest of the X-23 kids.]]
7th Sep '17 11:05:38 PM PaulA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** That, and he wrote a fair few stories in which the majority of the named characters died, like "The Call of Cthulhu," or "The Lurking Fear."

to:

** That, and he wrote a fair few stories in which the majority of the named characters died, like "The Call of Cthulhu," "Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu", or "The Lurking Fear."
This list shows the last 10 events of 587. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.KillEmAll