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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.
31st Oct '17 4:52:27 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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->''Wipe them out...[[LeaveNoSurvivors All of them.]]"
-->--'''Darth Sidious''', ''Franchise/StarWars'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''

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->''Wipe them out...[[LeaveNoSurvivors All ->''"Deaths for all ages and occasions. Deaths of them.]]"
-->--'''Darth Sidious''', ''Franchise/StarWars'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''
kings and princes ... and nobodies."''\\
''"The bad end unhappily, the good, unluckily."''
-->-- '''The Player''', ''Theatre/RosencrantzAndGuildensternAreDead''
31st Oct '17 4:48:00 PM LordNictus
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->''"Deaths for all ages and occasions. Deaths of kings and princes ... and nobodies."''\\
''"The bad end unhappily, the good, unluckily."''
-->-- '''The Player''', ''Theatre/RosencrantzAndGuildensternAreDead''

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->''"Deaths for all ages and occasions. Deaths ->''Wipe them out...[[LeaveNoSurvivors All of kings and princes ... and nobodies."''\\
''"The bad end unhappily, the good, unluckily."''
-->-- '''The Player''', ''Theatre/RosencrantzAndGuildensternAreDead''
them.]]"
-->--'''Darth Sidious''', ''Franchise/StarWars'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''
28th Oct '17 6:23:04 PM BrendanRizzo
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* The [[MultipleEndings appropriately named]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Armageddon Ending]] in ''VideoGame/LiveALive''. The worst part is that since you're playing as the bosses (which means you've ''already'' passed the MoralEventHorizon by [[spoiler: picking [[BigBad Oersted/Odio]] as your [[VillainProtagonist final chapter protagonist]]]]), it's ''you'' who gives the command to nuke all of existence. And to gain access to the ending, you must let the heroes [[DesperationAttack beat you within an inch of your life]], so you pretty much ''[[EarnYourBadEnding have to go out of your way to get this ending.]]'' [[YouBastard You just HAD to get 100% completion, didn't you?]]

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* The [[MultipleEndings appropriately named]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Armageddon Ending]] in ''VideoGame/LiveALive''. The worst part is that since you're playing as the bosses (which means you've ''already'' passed the MoralEventHorizon by [[spoiler: picking [[BigBad Oersted/Odio]] as your [[VillainProtagonist final chapter protagonist]]]]), it's ''you'' who gives the command to nuke all of existence. And to gain access to the ending, you must let the heroes [[DesperationAttack beat you within an inch of your life]], so you pretty much ''[[EarnYourBadEnding have to go out of your way to get this ending.]]'' [[YouBastard You just HAD to get 100% completion, didn't you?]]you?]] The Sad Ending also counts, despite having a far lower body count, because [[spoiler:you still kill all the heroes]], and at the end [[spoiler:Oersted]] wanders around his now-empty kingdom, suggesting that he slaughtered the inhabitants before the chapter begins.
** As far as individual chapters go, the Ancient China, Present Day, Far Future, and [[spoiler:Medieval]] chapters end this way, and the player [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential has the option]] of invoking it in the Feudal Japan chapter. However, itís downplayed as in each case, [[OnlyTheLeadsGetAHappyEnding the hero of the chapter lives]]. To wit:
*** China: Halfway through, the villainous kung fu school [[spoiler:invades yours, and kills the two students who arenít the successor]]. The Master and [[spoiler:surviving]] student [[StormingTheCastle break into the villainís lair]] in order to avenge their deaths, and slaughter each of the {{Big Bad}}ís minions in the room. Just after the Master passes on his final technique, he dies while taking the last of the {{Mooks}} with him, and the successor kills Odi Wang Lee.
*** Present: [[spoiler:Each of Masaruís opponents]] are killed by Odie Oldbright, who is then killed by Masaru in self-defense. This is seven out of eight characters.
*** Future: The only survivors of the starship are Cube himself, [[spoiler:Kato]] (who is badly injured) and [[spoiler:Darth]]. Technically, [[spoiler:OD-10]] is still alive in some sense, but as all its memories were deleted and it was forcibly shut down [[spoiler:with its murderous personality destroyed]], its original self is pretty much dead too.
*** Japan: One of the paths the player can take is to kill all 100 people in the castle, including prisoners and innocent bystanders. In this route, the only survivors are Oboro himself, and Ryoma, the man whom he rescues from the dungeon (and itís implied that [[ForegoneConclusion the latter will soon be assassinated anyway]]).
*** [[spoiler:Medieval]]: After the DiscOneFinalBoss, [[spoiler:Hash]] succumbs to the plague which he had the whole time [[CriticalExistenceFailure but did not affect him before now]], and [[spoiler:Straybow]] is then crushed by a collapsing ceiling trap. Whatís left of the party returns to the castle, and, in the middle of the night, Oersted sees the Demon King seated on the throne, [[ButThouMust and kills it]]. Only for it to turn out that [[spoiler:the Demon was an illusion]], and he just killed [[spoiler:the real king]]. Heís arrested, and [[spoiler:Uranus]] uses the last of his power to break him out, and then dies. He is then forced to slaughter all the guards who try to apprehend him, and escapes to the Forbidden Zone, where he tries to set things right by killing the Demon King once and for all. He makes it to the top, only to learn that [[spoiler:Straybow]] faked his death, and arranged the whole thing. They fight, and [[spoiler:Straybow]] dies for real this time. And when Oersted finally finds Alicia, she [[spoiler:commits suicide]] because of all that happened. This triggers [[spoiler:Oerstedís [[MaddenIntoMisanthropy Maddening into Misanthropy]], he completely snaps, and ''becomes'' Odio all along]]. The final chapter, which is a sequel to this one, shows [[spoiler:everyone in Lucretia]] as ghosts, so [[spoiler:Oersted/]]Odio killed them too.
13th Oct '17 11:11:27 AM BeerBaron
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* 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
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* 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.

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* 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
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* 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
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* ''[[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
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* 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.

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* 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
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* 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.
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