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10th Jul '16 10:48:05 AM nombretomado
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* Most post-''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights'' games by BioWare do this at one point or another.

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* Most post-''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights'' games by BioWare Creator/BioWare do this at one point or another.
9th Jul '16 5:04:32 PM totoofze47
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When just one person suddenly leaves the party without warning, it's a SneakyDeparture. For the opposite, see NeverSplitTheParty. Compare TheFellowshipHasEnded, where the team permanently splits up after fulfilling their mission.

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When just one person suddenly leaves the party without warning, it's a SneakyDeparture. For the opposite, see NeverSplitTheParty. Compare TheFellowshipHasEnded, where the team permanently splits up after fulfilling their mission.
mission, and PartyScattering, where the team is involuntarily split up.


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** This continues in the Whole Cake Island arc: Brook and Pedro split up from the rest of the group to [[spoiler:steal a copy of Big Mom's Poneglyph, as they'll never get a better shot at it]].
22nd Jun '16 5:23:38 AM longWriter
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* ''VideoGame/StarWarsRepublicCommando'' makes use of this at least once per mission, allowing the player the chance to be a OneManArmy without your squadmates either [[ArtificialBrilliance doing all the work for you]] or [[ArtificialStupidity getting in]] [[StopHelpingMe your way]].

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* ''VideoGame/StarWarsRepublicCommando'' makes use of this at least once per mission, allowing the player the chance to be a OneManArmy without your squadmates either [[ArtificialBrilliance doing all the work for you]] or [[ArtificialStupidity getting in]] [[StopHelpingMe [[AnnoyingVideoGameHelper your way]].
3rd Jun '16 1:51:55 PM res20stupid
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* The people trapped by Zero in each of the ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' games are repeatedly forced to split up to go down separate paths. Justified and enforced - only 3-5 people can go through a door at any one time, and those who can go through a door are governed by Digital Roots and their numeric bracelets. Also, if anyone passes through a door they didn't help open with their bracelets, or leave those who helped them open behind (as [[spoiler: The 9th Man]] did), they ''will'' be killed [[WhyAmITicking by the detonators in their watches]]!
31st May '16 3:02:01 PM stuffedninja
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* In his DeconstructiveParody [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxOI7LBywDs tutorial on making a horror film]], [[WebVideo/{{Miniminter}} Simon Minter]] notes that the group of characters has to split up, even though this will lead to them getting picked off one by one, and in some cases result in someone inadvertently becoming AloneWithThePsycho if they have the great disservice of going with the killer.
21st May '16 1:52:43 PM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''. The title characters are looking for a ghost in a hotel.

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}''. The title characters are looking for a ghost in a hotel.



* In ''StarWars Episode III: RevengeOfTheSith'', Yoda and Obi-Wan split up in order to kill the two evil Sith Lords. Ultimately, [[spoiler: neither is successful, but come within a hair's breadth of being so.]]

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* In ''StarWars ''[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Star Wars Episode III: RevengeOfTheSith'', Revenge of the Sith]]'', Yoda and Obi-Wan split up in order to kill the two evil Sith Lords. Ultimately, [[spoiler: neither is successful, but come within a hair's breadth of being so.]]



* The ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' example in [[AC:{{Film}}]] is parodied in ''Literature/TheIntercontinentalUnionOfDisgustingCharacters'':
--->'''Wierd Dough:''' "Great, they've split up."\\
'''Everybody else:''' "Oh no! They can do more damage that way!"

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* The ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' example in [[AC:{{Film}}]] is parodied in ''Literature/TheIntercontinentalUnionOfDisgustingCharacters'':
--->'''Wierd -->'''Wierd Dough:''' "Great, Great, they've split up."\\
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'''Everybody else:''' "Oh Oh no! They can do more damage that way!"way!
30th Apr '16 5:16:03 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''CaptainPlanet'' had the team looking for a firebreathing monster. Of course they split up. It takes Wheeler and Linka all of ten seconds to completely abandon the mission and move in for a kiss... [[MomentKiller which is when the monster shows up]].

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* An episode of ''CaptainPlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|and the Planeteers}}'' had the team looking for a firebreathing monster. Of course they split up. It takes Wheeler and Linka all of ten seconds to completely abandon the mission and move in for a kiss... [[MomentKiller which is when the monster shows up]].
14th Apr '16 4:41:25 PM GottaHaveFaith
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** Also happens at the end of the Zou arc, though this time as planned, where the [[spoiler:newly-formed Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance]] splits into four groups to accomplish various goals: Luffy, Nami, Chopper, Brook, and three Minks (Carrot, Pedro, and Pekoms) head to [[spoiler:Whole Cake Island to get Sanji back from Big Mom]]; Zoro, Usopp, Robin, Franky, Law and the Heart Pirates, and the three adult samurai head to Wano to [[spoiler:prepare for the war against Kaido]]; Cat Viper and some subordinates leave to look for [[spoiler:Marco and the remnants of the Whitebeard Pirates]]; and Dogstorm, Momonosuke, and the rest of the Minks remain on Zou until the time comes for everyone to reunite.
9th Apr '16 1:57:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* In one of the more commonly cited episodes of ''Series/CriminalMinds'', ''The Big Game'', Reid becomes excited about an epiphany he's had and tells JJ, who he's with, that they should split up. She weakly protests but complies anyway, and it all goes to hell from there. The stupidity of their actions is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in a later episode when JJ says to Reid, "No matter what happens this time, we don't split up, clear?"

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* In one of the more commonly cited episodes of ''Series/CriminalMinds'', ''The "The Big Game'', Game", Reid becomes excited about an epiphany he's had and tells JJ, who he's with, that they should split up. She weakly protests but complies anyway, and it all goes to hell from there. The stupidity of their actions is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in a later episode when JJ says to Reid, "No matter what happens this time, we don't split up, clear?"
9th Apr '16 1:56:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ScaryMovie 2'' lampshades this trope, along with BlackDudeDiesFirst.

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* ''ScaryMovie 2'' ''Film/ScaryMovie2'' lampshades this trope, along with BlackDudeDiesFirst.
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