History Main / KillemAll

20th Mar '17 10:03:05 AM Aquila89
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** In the 1959 film ''Die Brücke'' (''The Bridge''), 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'' (''The Bridge''), (''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.
18th Mar '17 8:14:23 AM erforce
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* ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning]]'' ends with everybody dying in the massive P-Fleet vs Babel 13 space battle. A few survive, though, and Earth is freed from Emperor Pirk's tyranny.

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* ''[[WebOriginal/StarWreck Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning]]'' ''Film/StarWreckInThePirkinning'' ends with everybody dying in the massive P-Fleet vs Babel 13 space battle. A few survive, though, and Earth is freed from Emperor Pirk's tyranny.
13th Mar '17 10:45:36 AM spectertv
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* It is never actually made clear if this is how ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL'' ends, but considering that the Brave Robots all get defeated in the quite brutal ways (Volfogg is impaled by 5 clones of one Soul Master, [=ChoRyuJin=] is cut in half vertically, after which both Enryu and Hyoryu use Supernova, destroying them both and their enemy). After the BigBad is defeated, GGG is only able to send two people back to our own solar system, while the rest will be stuck in an alternate universe that is on the verge of collapsing. And you thought [=GaoGaiGar=] was a happy-go-lucky SuperRobot Anime?

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* It is never actually made clear if this is how ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL'' ''[[Anime/GaoGaiGarFINAL GaoGaiGar Final]]'' ends, but considering that the Brave Robots all get defeated in the quite brutal ways (Volfogg is impaled by 5 clones of one Soul Master, [=ChoRyuJin=] is cut in half vertically, after which both Enryu and Hyoryu use Supernova, destroying them both and their enemy). After the BigBad is defeated, GGG is only able to send two people back to our own solar system, while the rest will be stuck in an alternate universe that is on the verge of collapsing. And you thought [=GaoGaiGar=] was a happy-go-lucky SuperRobot Anime?
13th Mar '17 10:37:14 AM spectertv
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* In ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'', he 'bad ending of the Demon Path leads to the killing of most of the cast on-screen, followed by [[SuicidalCosmicTemperTantrum Revya destroying both worlds and killing everybody else, him/herself included]]. This happens if you ''[[VillainProtagonist win]]''.

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* In ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'', he 'bad the bad ending of the Demon Path leads to the killing of most of the cast on-screen, followed by [[SuicidalCosmicTemperTantrum Revya destroying both worlds and killing everybody else, him/herself included]]. This happens if you ''[[VillainProtagonist win]]''.



* ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' has this as the Junko AI's final plan. She intends to kill all(or at least as much as possible) of the students on the Neo World Program in order to upload her consciousness into their bodies. This was more clearly stated in chapter 4, in which Monokuma locks them in the Funhouse without food attempting to starve them to death, only stopped because Gundam killed Nekomaru.

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* ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' has this as the Junko AI's final plan. She intends to kill all(or all (or at least as much as possible) of the students on the Neo World Program in order to upload her consciousness into their bodies. This was more clearly stated in chapter 4, in which Monokuma locks them in the Funhouse without food attempting to starve them to death, only stopped because Gundam killed Nekomaru.
6th Mar '17 5:15:51 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E2MissionToTheUnknown Mission to the Unknown]]" kills everyone except the Dalek and the mysterious council of aliens (all of which die in "The Daleks' Master Plan" later). Everyone means '''everyone''' - the Doctor and his companions don't show up in this episode at all, and so are spared.

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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E2MissionToTheUnknown Mission to the Unknown]]" kills everyone except the Dalek and the mysterious council of aliens (all of which die in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan The Daleks' Master Plan" Plan]]" later). Everyone means '''everyone''' - the Doctor and his companions don't show up in this episode at all, and so are spared.



** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E7Logopolis Logopolis]]" has every single member of the eponymous planet dead, the ''Doctor'' dead, and approximately a quarter of '''the universe''' destroyed. ''By accident.'' Special points for this explicitly including all of the surviving characters from the previous story, "The Keeper of Traken", except for the one who becamse a regular. The only survivors are the companions Adric, Nyssa and Tegan (Nyssa's entire family dies in this story and Tegan's only on-screen family member gets murdered) and the Master. And, well, the Fifth Doctor is created at the end of this story.

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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E7Logopolis Logopolis]]" has every single member of the eponymous planet dead, the ''Doctor'' dead, and approximately a quarter of '''the universe''' destroyed. ''By accident.'' Special points for this explicitly including all of the surviving characters from the previous story, "The Keeper of Traken", except for the one who becamse became a regular. The only survivors are the companions Adric, Nyssa and Tegan (Nyssa's entire family dies in this story and Tegan's only on-screen family member gets murdered) and the Master. And, well, the Fifth Doctor is created at the end of this story.
5th Mar '17 10:21:58 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** "Mission to the Unknown" kills everyone except the Dalek and the mysterious council of aliens (all of which die in "The Daleks' Master Plan" later). Everyone means '''everyone''' - the Doctor and his companions don't show up in this episode at all, and so are spared.
** "Power of the Daleks" kills everyone in its large, well-developed, ChronicBackstabbingDisorder-prone cast apart from the Doctor, his companions Ben and Polly, TheStoolPigeon Quinn, and last-minute {{Heel Face Turn}}ing Valmar. Everyone else in the colony government, the rebel faction, Lesterson, the entirety of Bragen's personal guard and all of the Daleks die.
** "Pyramids of Mars" leaves only one survivor other than the Doctor and Sarah... and he (a bit part) only survives because he's in ''Egypt'' while the action takes place in England. The novelisation states that this character is killed off-screen by cultist henchmen later.
** In "Horror at Fang Rock", the entire guest cast dies. The Doctor and Leela sail off, leaving a lighthouse full of corpses behind them.
** "Logopolis" has every single member of the eponymous planet dead, the ''Doctor'' dead, and approximately a quarter of '''the universe''' destroyed. ''By accident.'' Special points for this explicitly including all of the surviving characters from the previous story, "The Keeper of Traken", except for the one who becamse a regular. The only survivors are the companions Adric, Nyssa and Tegan (Nyssa's entire family dies in this story and Tegan's only on-screen family member gets murdered) and the Master. And, well, the Fifth Doctor is created at the end of this story.

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** "Mission "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E2MissionToTheUnknown Mission to the Unknown" Unknown]]" kills everyone except the Dalek and the mysterious council of aliens (all of which die in "The Daleks' Master Plan" later). Everyone means '''everyone''' - the Doctor and his companions don't show up in this episode at all, and so are spared.
** "Power "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E3ThePowerOfTheDaleks The Power of the Daleks" Daleks]]" kills everyone in its large, well-developed, ChronicBackstabbingDisorder-prone cast apart from the Doctor, his companions Ben and Polly, TheStoolPigeon Quinn, and last-minute {{Heel Face Turn}}ing Valmar. Everyone else in the colony government, the rebel faction, Lesterson, the entirety of Bragen's personal guard and all of the Daleks die.
** "Pyramids "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars Pyramids of Mars" Mars]]" leaves only one survivor other than the Doctor and Sarah... and he (a bit part) only survives because he's in ''Egypt'' while the action takes place in England. The novelisation states that this character is killed off-screen by cultist henchmen later.
** In "Horror at "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E1HorrorOfFangRock Horror of Fang Rock", Rock]]", the entire guest cast dies. The Doctor and Leela sail off, leaving a lighthouse full of corpses behind them.
** "Logopolis" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E7Logopolis Logopolis]]" has every single member of the eponymous planet dead, the ''Doctor'' dead, and approximately a quarter of '''the universe''' destroyed. ''By accident.'' Special points for this explicitly including all of the surviving characters from the previous story, "The Keeper of Traken", except for the one who becamse a regular. The only survivors are the companions Adric, Nyssa and Tegan (Nyssa's entire family dies in this story and Tegan's only on-screen family member gets murdered) and the Master. And, well, the Fifth Doctor is created at the end of this story.



*** "Castrovalva" has seemingly everyone except the Doctor and his three companions die. The Master also seems to die, though he somehow escapes [[JokerImmunity with no explanation whatsoever]].
*** "Warriors of the Deep" has every single guest character, RedShirt and {{Mook}} dead by the end, with the possible exception of a bit character who was hiding at the time. The final shot is the Doctor standing amid half a dozen corpses, mournfully saying "There should have been another way..."
*** "Resurrection of the Daleks" has every single guest character, RedShirt and {{Mook}} except for one secondary character (noticing a pattern?) dead. Including Davros, who dies but appears in a later episode [[JokerImmunity with no explanation whatsoever]]. This is the one where Tegan finally gets fed up and leaves.
*** "The Caves of Androzani", where a grand total of two characters survive - Peri and the villain's secretary. Even the Doctor [[TheNthDoctor "dies"]].
** In "Attack of the Cybermen", the Doctor and Peri survive. Perhaps some Cryons survived, far enough away from the explosion.
** "The Parting of the Ways" has '''everybody''' on Satellite 5 except for Rose (as well as a significant portion on Earth) killed by the Daleks, then the Daleks disintegrated. Jack Harkness and the Doctor die too, but Jack's brought back to life ([[{{Immortality}} permanently]]) and the Doctor [[TheNthDoctor regenerates]].
** In "Voyage of the Damned", only the Doctor and three people aboard the ''Titanic'' survive. And the episode started with hundreds of people on board.
** Even though it's set in another timeline, "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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*** "Castrovalva" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva Castrovalva]]" has seemingly everyone except the Doctor and his three companions die. The Master also seems to die, though he somehow escapes [[JokerImmunity with no explanation whatsoever]].
*** "Warriors "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E1WarriorsOfTheDeep Warriors of the Deep" Deep]]" has every single guest character, RedShirt and {{Mook}} dead by the end, with the possible exception of a bit character who was hiding at the time. The final shot is the Doctor standing amid half a dozen corpses, mournfully saying "There should have been another way..."
*** "Resurrection "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E4ResurrectionOfTheDaleks Resurrection of the Daleks" Daleks]]" has every single guest character, RedShirt and {{Mook}} except for one secondary character (noticing a pattern?) dead. Including Davros, who dies but appears in a later episode [[JokerImmunity with no explanation whatsoever]]. This is the one where Tegan finally gets fed up and leaves.
*** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E6TheCavesOfAndrozani The Caves of Androzani", Androzani]]", where a grand total of two characters survive - Peri and the villain's secretary. Even the Doctor [[TheNthDoctor "dies"]].
** In "Attack "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen Attack of the Cybermen", Cybermen]]", the Doctor and Peri survive. Perhaps some Cryons survived, far enough away from the explosion.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E13ThePartingOfTheWays The Parting of the Ways" Ways]]" has '''everybody''' on Satellite 5 except for Rose (as well as a significant portion on Earth) killed by the Daleks, then the Daleks disintegrated. Jack Harkness and the Doctor die too, but Jack's brought back to life ([[{{Immortality}} permanently]]) and the Doctor [[TheNthDoctor regenerates]].
** In "Voyage "[[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned Voyage of the Damned", Damned]]", only the Doctor and three people aboard the ''Titanic'' survive. And the episode started with hundreds of people on board.
** Even though it's set in another timeline, "Turn Left" "[[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.



** In "The Vampires of Venice", one or two bit characters (the greeter or whatever, the girl in the alley) may survive, but every non-regular with even the tiniest connection to the plot dies.
** "The God Complex": Everyone dies expect for The Doctor, Amy, Rory and Gibbis.

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** In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E6TheVampiresOfVenice The Vampires of Venice", Venice]]", one or two bit characters (the greeter or whatever, the girl in the alley) may survive, but every non-regular with even the tiniest connection to the plot dies.
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E11TheGodComplex The God Complex": Complex]]": Everyone dies expect for The Doctor, Amy, Rory and Gibbis.
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).
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