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15th Jan '18 6:57:58 AM jamespolk
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** In the 1959 film ''Die Brücke'' (''Film/TheBridge''), set near the end of the war, a group of seven fanaticized teenagers try to defend a (strategically unimportant) local bridge from the approaching Americans. They succeed, but all die in the fight, except one.

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** In the 1959 film ''Die Brücke'' (''Film/TheBridge''), (''Film/{{The Bridge|1959}}''), set near the end of the war, a group of seven fanaticized teenagers try to defend a (strategically unimportant) local bridge from the approaching Americans. They succeed, but all die in the fight, except one.
12th Jan '18 6:30:39 AM Derkhan
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* Approximately half of the characters introduced in the first book of Creator/StevenErikson's ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series are dead by (and mostly during) book three. 75% are gone by the end of book six (including most of the BigDamnHeroes from earlier on). However, many of those characters are either reincarnated, resurrected or continue to play an active role as ghosts.

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* Approximately half of the characters introduced in the first book of Creator/StevenErikson's ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series are dead by (and mostly during) book three. 75% are gone by the end of book six (including most of the BigDamnHeroes from earlier on). It's called the ''Malazan Book of the Fallen'' for a reason. However, many of those characters are either reincarnated, resurrected or continue to play an active role as ghosts.
12th Jan '18 6:29:52 AM Derkhan
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* Approximately half of the characters introduced in the first book of Steven Erikson's ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series are dead by (and mostly during) book three. 75% are gone by the end of book six (including most of the BigDamnHeroes from earlier on). However, many of those characters are either reincarnated, resurrected or continue to play an active role as ghosts.

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* Approximately half of the characters introduced in the first book of Steven Erikson's Creator/StevenErikson's ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series are dead by (and mostly during) book three. 75% are gone by the end of book six (including most of the BigDamnHeroes from earlier on). However, many of those characters are either reincarnated, resurrected or continue to play an active role as ghosts.
27th Dec '17 9:08:57 PM somestrangecircus
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* ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' has this in several of its endings, and in fact, ''invoking'' this is necessary to get the game's true ending. [[spoiler: In the final segment before the true ending, the group reunites and accidentally start off a bomb that will detonate the entire facility with them inside. Akane figures out that the group needs to SHIFT to a timeline when they are all alive and never even entered the facility in order to escape...but because of the way SHIFTing works, their alternate selves from that reality die in the explosion instead without ever knowing why.]]
** D-END: 1 is the timeline that leads to the apocalyptic future of ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'', so naturally this happens there too. [[spoiler: C-Team dies in the early game vote. Phi accidentally gets Q-Team killed, and Mira injects her with Radical-6 as revenge. Diana refuses to leave her behind and forcibly drags her and Sigma to the surface, and Phi becomes PatientZero for the plague that wipes out humanity. The only glimmer of hope comes from Junpei and Akane transferring in from another timeline, and Akane starting the AB Project that will eventually lead to the events of VLR.]]
** D-END: 2 ends with Akane escaping the facility alone and leaving Diana and Sigma stuck inside. [[spoiler: They ration out their food long enough for Diana to give birth to twins, but shortly after they're born they run out of food entirely, leaving them all to starve. What makes it worse is that a different plot path later reveals that [[DramaticIrony there was a pantry full of food that they could have utilized had they known it was accessible to them]].]]
** At one point during a D-Team segment, Diana is given the option to [[SchmuckBait press a very conspicuous button]]; doing so blows up the facility.
25th Dec '17 9:07:58 AM Iampureevil
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* Music/AnaalNathrakh has a song entitled "Sanction Extremis (Kill Them All)" and while we can't be sure of all the details due to Anaal Nathrakh's unwillingness to release lyrics and the large amounts of IndecipherableLyrics, just look at the title...
20th Dec '17 7:36:40 PM nombretomado
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* In KlayWorld's movie, 95% of the cast dies at the end. Almost all of the Klaymen, Marv, Mr. Black, Smiling Gary, Vince, all the Aliens, Rick, the armless guy, a news anchor, one of the cavemen at the beginning, Dr. Brown, the ax guy, and the long arms guy, leaving Chip, Pick, and Dr. Bob as the only survivors.

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* In KlayWorld's ''WebAnimation/KlayWorld'''s movie, 95% of the cast dies at the end. Almost all of the Klaymen, Marv, Mr. Black, Smiling Gary, Vince, all the Aliens, Rick, the armless guy, a news anchor, one of the cavemen at the beginning, Dr. Brown, the ax guy, and the long arms guy, leaving Chip, Pick, and Dr. Bob as the only survivors.
8th Dec '17 9:50:14 AM Simpsonwatcher314
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** Then in Doom 3, it turns out part of Hell 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.

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** Then in Doom 3, 64, it turns out part of Hell 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.
3rd Dec '17 1:11:18 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied on ''Series/{{Community}}'' with the ShowWithinAShow ''[[CougarTown Cougarton Abbey]]'':

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* Parodied on ''Series/{{Community}}'' with the ShowWithinAShow ''[[CougarTown ''[[Series/CougarTown Cougarton Abbey]]'':
3rd Dec '17 12:56:05 PM nombretomado
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** "Kingdom of Fear": In this adaptation of ''CoolHandLuke'', the main villain -- a deranged ex-Army captain who has imprisoned innocent men to work in his gold mine -- realizes that the authorities are on to him once one of his latest slaves (Little Joe) has escaped and is getting help.

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** "Kingdom of Fear": In this adaptation of ''CoolHandLuke'', ''Film/CoolHandLuke'', the main villain -- a deranged ex-Army captain who has imprisoned innocent men to work in his gold mine -- realizes that the authorities are on to him once one of his latest slaves (Little Joe) has escaped and is getting help.
12th Nov '17 9:23:50 AM TheNerfGuy
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* ''FanFic/LandingDay'': As a PerspectiveFlip of ''Film/IndependenceDay'', all of the named characters are the alien invaders. Unsurprisingly, they are all dead by the end of the story when the humans win. Ebbiar survives the longest, getting killed when the mothership is destroyed.
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