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15th Feb '17 6:38:14 PM jtmmachine
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* By the time ''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.

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* By the time ''Videogame/Xenosaga ''{{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. Gnosis. Episode III's second disc alone is responsible for the majority of these deaths.
15th Feb '17 6:37:30 PM jtmmachine
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* ''{{Xenosaga}} Episode III's'' entire second disc is a blood-bath. It starts off with most of the Durandal's crew being killed by Dr. Yuriev's army, then the party evacuating the Durandal and killing Citrine along the way. This is followed by Abel's Ark where Gaignun Kukai destroys himself and Yuriev, also physically removing Albedo by sending his mind into Jr's (it's... complicated). Then the party kicks off the final dungeon by killing top Ormus personnel Richard & Hermann, Pellegri, and Margulis. Canaan sacrifices himself to take out the Black Testament Voyager. T-elos is destroyed by KOS-MOS. The Red Testament Kevin, like Canaan, kills himself to take Wilhelm down with him. Then we get to the party members: Jin Uzuki dies fighting off Gnosis while chaos, Nephilim, Mary Magdalene, and Abel all AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence. This doesn't even cover how many millions, if not billions, of people are turned into Gnosis (estimated to be about 90% of all star systems being wiped out!). To make things worse, most of this happens within the span of 4-5 hours.

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* ''{{Xenosaga}} By the time ''Videogame/Xenosaga Episode III's'' entire second disc is a blood-bath. It starts off with most credits roll, all but one of the Durandal's crew being killed by Dr. Yuriev's army, then major antagonists are dead or otherwise out of the picture, three party evacuating the Durandal and killing Citrine along the way. This is followed by Abel's Ark where Gaignun Kukai destroys himself and Yuriev, also physically removing Albedo by sending his mind into Jr's (it's... complicated). Then the party kicks off the final dungeon by killing top Ormus personnel Richard & Hermann, Pellegri, and Margulis. Canaan sacrifices himself to take out the Black Testament Voyager. T-elos is destroyed by KOS-MOS. The Red Testament Kevin, like Canaan, kills himself to take Wilhelm down with him. Then we get to the party members: Jin Uzuki dies fighting off Gnosis while members (Jin, chaos, Nephilim, Mary Magdalene, and Abel KOS-MOS) are either dead/gone or incapacitated, all AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence. This doesn't even cover how many millions, if not billions, of people are turned into Gnosis (estimated the series's supernatural figures have ascended to be another plane for the time being, and about 90% of all star systems being wiped out!). To make things worse, most of this happens within human life in the span universe has been transformed into Gnosis. Episode III's second disc alone is responsible for the majority of 4-5 hours.these deaths.
15th Feb '17 6:25:33 PM jtmmachine
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* ''{{Xenosaga}} Episode III's'' entire second disc is a blood-bath. It starts off with most of the Durandal's crew being killed by Dr. Yuriev's army, then the party evacuating the Durandal and killing Citrine along the way. This is followed by Abel's Ark where Gaignun Kukai destroys himself and Yuriev, also physically removing Albedo by sending his mind into Jr's (it's... complicated). Then the party kicks off the final dungeon by killing top Ormus personnel Richard & Hermann, Pellegri, and Margulis. Canaan sacrifices himself to take out the Black Testament Voyager. T-elos is destroyed by KOS-MOS. The Red Testament Kevin, like Canaan, kills himself to take Wilhelm down with him. Then we get to the party members: Jin Uzuki dies fighting off Gnosis while chaos, Nephilim, Mary Magdalene, and Abel all AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence. This doesn't even cover how many millions, if not billions, of people are turned into Gnosis (estimated to be about 90% of all star systems being wiped out!). To make things worse, most of this happens within the span of 4-5 hours.
7th Feb '17 9:49:30 AM BattleMaster
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* Music/{{Weird Al|Yankovic}}'s bizarre Christmas song, "The Night Santa Went Crazy," is about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a night at the North Pole]] in which SantaClaus loses his mind and goes on a killing spree. More than half the elves and all but two of the reindeer die. In the "Extra Gory Version", even Santa himself dies (whereas in the regular version he survives, but is sent to prison for multiple homicide).

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* Music/{{Weird Al|Yankovic}}'s bizarre Christmas song, "The Night Santa Went Crazy," is about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a night at the North Pole]] in which SantaClaus loses his mind and goes on a killing spree. More than half the elves and all but two of the reindeer die. In the "Extra Gory Version", even Santa himself dies (whereas in the regular version he survives, but is sent to given a prison sentence so long that he won't be eligible for multiple homicide).parole for 700 years).
6th Feb '17 3:59:40 PM LentilSandEater
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** Except not quite. Turns out part of Hell survived, and a new ruler came up to recreate all the demons destroyed through the events of Doom 2. Doomguy's response? Kill them all again, and then stay in Hell to make sure that no demon ever thinks of coming to life again. Which is to say, Doomguy killed Hell. Pretty good for one man hopped up on stimpacks.

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** Except not quite. Turns Then in Doom 3, it turns out part of Hell survived, survives, and a new ruler came up to recreate all the demons destroyed through the events of Doom 2. Doomguy's response? Kill them all again, and then stay in Hell to make sure that no demon ever thinks of coming to life again. Which is to say, Doomguy killed Hell. Pretty good for one man hopped up on stimpacks.
31st Jan '17 2:53:46 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'': [[spoiler:Siding with Dagda leads you to the "Massacre" route where, in order to [[KillTheGod destroy all gods]] and create a new universe where gods do not exist, and you kill [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve everyone who believes in them]].]]

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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'': [[spoiler:Siding with Dagda leads you to the "Massacre" route where, in order to [[KillTheGod destroy all gods]] and create a new universe where gods do not exist, and you kill [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve everyone who believes in them]].]]
27th Jan '17 6:46:00 PM Fireblood
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A short historical digression: the words "Caedite eos, novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius" ([[OminousLatinChanting Latin]]: "Kill them all, for God knows which are his," popularly rendered as "Kill 'em all, and let God sort 'em out.") are [[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Latin_proverbs#Kill_them_all attributed]] to Abbot Arnold Amaury before the massacre of Béziers during the [[UsefulNotes/TheCrusades Albigensian Crusade]] -- [[BeamMeUpScotty albeit not in any of the numerous contemporary accounts of it]]. This was only attributed to him twenty years as something he "reportedly" said.

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A short historical digression: the words "Caedite eos, novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius" ([[OminousLatinChanting Latin]]: "Kill them all, for God knows which are his," popularly rendered as "Kill 'em all, and let God sort 'em out.") are [[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Latin_proverbs#Kill_them_all attributed]] to Abbot Arnold Amaury before the massacre of Béziers during the [[UsefulNotes/TheCrusades Albigensian Crusade]] -- [[BeamMeUpScotty albeit not in any of the numerous contemporary accounts of it]]. This was only attributed to him twenty years later as something he "reportedly" said.
27th Jan '17 6:44:50 PM Fireblood
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A short historical digression: the words "Caedite eos, novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius" ([[OminousLatinChanting Latin]]: "Kill them all, for God knows which are his," popularly rendered as "Kill 'em all, and let God sort 'em out.") are [[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Latin_proverbs#Kill_them_all attributed]] to Abbot Arnold Amaury before the massacre of Béziers during the [[UsefulNotes/TheCrusades Albigensian Crusade]] -- [[BeamMeUpScotty albeit not in any of the numerous contemporary accounts of it]].

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A short historical digression: the words "Caedite eos, novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius" ([[OminousLatinChanting Latin]]: "Kill them all, for God knows which are his," popularly rendered as "Kill 'em all, and let God sort 'em out.") are [[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Latin_proverbs#Kill_them_all attributed]] to Abbot Arnold Amaury before the massacre of Béziers during the [[UsefulNotes/TheCrusades Albigensian Crusade]] -- [[BeamMeUpScotty albeit not in any of the numerous contemporary accounts of it]].
it]]. This was only attributed to him twenty years as something he "reportedly" said.
23rd Jan '17 6:17:40 AM TrueBlue170
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** In ''Film/{{Rogue One}}'', [[spoiler: all the newly introduced characters, with the possible exception of General Draven, who is never seen leaving Yavin to participate in the climactic battle, are [[HeroicSacrifice killed getting the Death Star plans to the Rebel fleet]].]].

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** In ''Film/{{Rogue One}}'', [[spoiler: all the newly introduced characters, with the possible exception of General Draven, who is never seen leaving Yavin to participate in the climactic battle, are [[HeroicSacrifice killed getting the Death Star plans to the Rebel fleet]].]]. In fact, the only character on the poster who survives is Darth Vader]].
9th Jan '17 3:44:30 PM WillBGood
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** Averted in the movie adaptation. Seymour and Audrey are SparedByTheAdaptation. The original ending was filmed, but was replaced by the happy ending in which Seymour and Audrey get hitched and move to "somewhere that's green" after test audiences reacted negatively to the original ending.

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** Averted in the movie adaptation. Seymour and Audrey are SparedByTheAdaptation. The original ending was filmed, but was replaced by the happy ending in which Seymour and Audrey get hitched and move to "somewhere that's green" after test audiences reacted negatively to the original ending. ''Not'' averted in the original 1960 film, though the plant doesn't take over the world.
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