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26th Mar '17 6:28:00 PM Vir
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* The ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' episode "XCIII" features scenes of a wolf battling a mutant wildcat that ultimately ends with both of them dead at the end of the episode. [[spoiler: They're a metaphor for Jack and the Daughters of Aku, indicating that their quarrel could end the same way.]]
18th Mar '17 9:41:22 PM Vir
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* ''ResidentEvil2'' features an ''accidental'' example. In the B Game, Leon or Claire can reach the helipad on the roof and see a cop trying to signal a helicopter. While waiting for a rope ladder, the cop is attacked by zombies. He's wrestled to the ground while firing his submachine gun and shoots the helicopter pilot. The helicopter goes into a tailspin and crashes into the cop.

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* ''ResidentEvil2'' ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' features an ''accidental'' example. In the B Game, Leon or Claire can reach the helipad on the roof and see a cop trying to signal a helicopter. While waiting for a rope ladder, the cop is attacked by zombies. He's wrestled to the ground while firing his submachine gun and shoots the helicopter pilot. The helicopter goes into a tailspin and crashes into the cop.



* Frequent in ''Videogame/PlanetSide 2'' due to all weapons having travel time. The Recursion stat tracker will exclaim 'Mutually assured death!' when this occurs.

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* Frequent in ''Videogame/PlanetSide ''VideoGame/PlanetSide 2'' due to all weapons having travel time. The Recursion stat tracker will exclaim 'Mutually assured death!' when this occurs.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' episode "XCIII" features scenes of a wolf battling a mutant wildcat that ultimately ends with both of them dead at the end of the episode. [[spoiler: They're a metaphor for Jack and the Daughters of Aku, indicating that their quarrel could end the same way.]]
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'': During the sparring session at the beginning of [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS2E18TheMysteryOfChopperBase "The Mystery of Chopper Base"]], Kanan and Ezra wind up doing this ([[SetSwordsToStun non-lethally]], obviously).
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** In the backstory, most dragon-on-dragon combat during the Dance of Dragons ended with both dragons dead or mortally injured.
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* ''{{Film/Sweetwater}}'': [[spoiler: Josiah and Jackson]] manage to shoot each other dead simultaneously near the end of the film.
14th Feb '17 9:06:23 PM AthenaBlue
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* Theatre/{{Hamlet}} and Laertes in a classic example. Both duellists are stabbed with the same poisoned sword.
* Myth/KingArthur and Mordred.
* Literature/SherlockHolmes and Moriarty, via waterfall. [[FirstLawOfResurrection At least, that was Conan Doyle's idea at first]], before it was revealed that [[ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated Reports Of Holmes' Death Were Greatly Exaggerated]].
* Creator/RudyardKipling did something like this in "The King's Ankus", a story in ''Literature/TheSecondJungleBook''. Several people kill each other to possess the jewelled relic of the title, finishing with a group of men who kill the previous owner, not realising that he's already poisoned their food.
* The probable inspiration for this was "The Pardoner's Tale" from ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales''. Two guys kill one, then drink the drink he'd poisoned before being killed.
* Several examples in ''Literature/NeedfulThings'' by Creator/StephenKing.

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* Theatre/{{Hamlet}} and Laertes in a classic example. Both duellists are stabbed with In ''Series/BabylonFive: The Passing of the same poisoned sword.
* Myth/KingArthur and Mordred.
* Literature/SherlockHolmes and Moriarty, via waterfall. [[FirstLawOfResurrection At least, that was Conan Doyle's idea at first]], before it was revealed that [[ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated Reports Of Holmes' Death Were Greatly Exaggerated]].
* Creator/RudyardKipling did something like this in "The King's Ankus", a story in ''Literature/TheSecondJungleBook''. Several people
Techno-Mages'', Galen's parents kill each other other. Prior to possess the jewelled relic of the title, finishing with that, his mother gave a group of men who kill the previous owner, not realising ring to his father as a gift, which was a trap that he's already poisoned their food.
* The probable inspiration for this
electrocuted the guy. While he was "The Pardoner's Tale" from ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales''. Two guys kill one, then drink the drink he'd poisoned before being killed.
* Several examples in ''Literature/NeedfulThings'' by Creator/StephenKing.
convulsing, though, he managed to hurl several fireballs at her.



* Gandalf and the Balrog in ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', though Gandalf comes right BackFromTheDead.
** Gothmog and Ecthelion in ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'".
** And Glorfindel with another unnamed Balrog. This seems to be the ''only'' way you're gonna kill one of those things.
*** It's actually a Retcon after the one Gandalf fought ended up being much more powerful than normal. Before, Balrogs were not nearly that powerful and there were as many as a thousand. Later, they were reduced to only about 7 and made much more powerful to compensate. It's noticeable if you read the earlier Drafts, where even a Lowly Man killed at least 3...and without dying.
* In the ''Literature/HoratioHornblower'' saga, two minor characters died this way during a sea battle, one impaling the other on a sword and getting decapitated in turn. It was referred to as a "two widows' blow".
** Also, Horatio destroyed or crippled three French ships at the cost of the ''Sutherland'' at the end of ''Ship of the Line''.

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* Gandalf ''Literature/TheBuilders'' has Brontë and Cinnabar, who shoot each other to death, Elf and the Balrog in ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', though Gandalf comes right BackFromTheDead.
** Gothmog
Quaker, who fall to their death, and Ecthelion in ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'".
** And Glorfindel
Bonsoir and Puss, who are [[KilledOffscreen blown up offscreen]] with another unnamed Balrog. This seems to be the ''only'' way you're gonna a stick of dynamite.
* The probable inspiration for this was "The Pardoner's Tale" from ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales''. Two guys
kill one of those things.
*** It's actually a Retcon after
one, then drink the one Gandalf fought ended up drink he'd poisoned before being much more powerful than normal. Before, Balrogs were not nearly that powerful and there were as many as a thousand. Later, they were reduced to only about 7 and made much more powerful to compensate. It's noticeable if you read the earlier Drafts, where even a Lowly Man killed at least 3...and without dying.
* In the ''Literature/HoratioHornblower'' saga, two minor characters died this way during a sea battle, one impaling the other on a sword and getting decapitated in turn. It was referred to as a "two widows' blow".
** Also, Horatio destroyed or crippled three French ships at the cost of the ''Sutherland'' at the end of ''Ship of the Line''.
killed.



* In ''Literature/TheEdgeChronicles'', at the end of Vox, a Shrike and a Goblin kill each other at the same time. A particularly minor example, but an example nonetheless.
* Mentioned in a {{backstory}} anecdote from ''Priest-Kings of Literature/{{Gor}}''. Two men from different cities went on a {{quest}} and were to each other as brothers. After the quest was over they returned to their cities; the cities later went to war with each other and the two men killed each other on the field of battle.
* During the climax of ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets'', Harry shoves the Sword of Gryffindor into the Basilisk's mouth as the basilisk sinks one of its venomous fangs into Harry's shoulder. [[spoiler: Thankfully {{subverted|Trope}} for Harry, though, as Fawkes the Phoenix uses healing tears to save Harry.]]
* In ''[[Literature/HonorHarrington War Of Honor]]'', a Manticoran cruiser and an Andermani cruiser end up opening fire on each other during a period of particularly high tension between the two nations. Later investigation shows that the Manticoran warship actually had the Andermani ship handily outmatched, but suffered a lucky hit that left her crippled. Both ships ended up destroying each other with their missile salvos.
* In the ''Literature/HoratioHornblower'' saga, two minor characters died this way during a sea battle, one impaling the other on a sword and getting decapitated in turn. It was referred to as a "two widows' blow".
** Also, Horatio destroyed or crippled three French ships at the cost of the ''Sutherland'' at the end of ''Ship of the Line''.



* In Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''[[Literature/SeekersOfTheSky Cold Shores]]'', the Church of the Sister sends a paladin and several monks to escort Ilmar to Urbis (this world's Vatican). They are intercepted by a party of monks of the Church of the Redeemer, also headed by a paladin. The two parties kill each other, while Ilmar slips away. One paladin manages to crack the other's skull, while the other one was swinging his nunchucks; then the nunchucks connected and mortally wounded the first paladin.
* In ''Series/BabylonFive: The Passing of the Techno-Mages'', Galen's parents kill each other. Prior to that, his mother gave a ring to his father as a gift, which was a trap that electrocuted the guy. While he was convulsing, though, he managed to hurl several fireballs at her.
* The ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series has quite a few examples of this, both hero-vs-villain and villain-vs-villain. Examples:[[spoiler: Urthstripe the Strong and Ferahgo the Assassin both died when Urthstripe leaped from the top of Salamandastron mountain, clutching Ferahgo in a death grip. (Also doubles as a TakingYouWithMe)]]. Villain-vs-villain examples include [[spoiler:the ferret Rasconza and the monitor lizard Sagitar, where each mortally wounded the other within seconds of each other, and [[EvilAlbino Pure Ferret]] King Sarengo and the adder Berussca, in which the former was dying from the latter's venom [[{{Determinator}} yet still used his teeth and claws]] until the bitter end]].
* ''Literature/TheBuilders'' has Brontë and Cinnabar, who shoot each other to death, Elf and the Quaker, who fall to their death, and Bonsoir and Puss, who are [[KilledOffscreen blown up offscreen]] with a stick of dynamite.



* In ''Literature/TheSagaOfTheNobleDead'', the elves Sgaile and Hkuan'duv kill each other in a fight at the end of ''Child of a Dead God''.

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* In ''Literature/TheSagaOfTheNobleDead'', the elves Sgaile and Hkuan'duv Creator/RudyardKipling did something like this in "The King's Ankus", a story in ''Literature/TheSecondJungleBook''. Several people kill each other in a fight at to possess the end jewelled relic of ''Child the title, finishing with a group of men who kill the previous owner, not realizing that he's already poisoned their food.
* Myth/KingArthur and Mordred.
* Gandalf and the Balrog in ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', though Gandalf comes right BackFromTheDead.
** Gothmog and Ecthelion in ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'".
** And Glorfindel with another unnamed Balrog. This seems to be the ''only'' way you're gonna kill one of those things.
*** It's actually
a Dead God''.Retcon after the one Gandalf fought ended up being much more powerful than normal. Before, Balrogs were not nearly that powerful and there were as many as a thousand. Later, they were reduced to only about 7 and made much more powerful to compensate. It's noticeable if you read the earlier Drafts, where even a Lowly Man killed at least 3...and without dying.



* Mentioned in a {{backstory}} anecdote from ''Priest-Kings of Literature/{{Gor}}''. Two men from different cities went on a {{quest}} and were to each other as brothers. After the quest was over they returned to their cities; the cities later went to war with each other and the two men killed each other on the field of battle.
* From ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', we have the duel between [[FragileSpeedster Oberyn Martell]] and [[MightyGlacier Gregor Clegane]] in ''A Storm of Swords''. Oberyn manages to stab Gregor several times with his poisoned spear, bringing him to the ground, but gets too close, allowing [[RedBaron The Mountain that Rides]] to pound him to death with his fist. The poison causes a long, agonising death for Clegane over the next few days [[spoiler:although it is not yet clear ''how truly'' dead he is]].
** In the [[Series/GameOfThrones TV series]], Clegane instead crushes Oberyn's skull with his bare hands, while indulging Oberyn and confessing his crimes (the only reason Oberyn even got close enough to be tripped is to hear Clegane confess to raping and murdering his sister). However, in the season finale we see Oberyn's poison seems to be having the same effect as in the books.
** King Robert Baratheon and the boar; he killed it with his spear, but it still managed to gore him (always a risk; see boar hunting in the RealLife section below), and he eventually succumbed to his wounds. [[spoiler:Though true credit for the kill might belong to Cersei and Lancel; she had him spike Robert's wine to slow his reflexes, him being too badass even in his drunken and overweight state to normally lose to a pig.]]
* In ''[[Literature/HonorHarrington War Of Honor]]'', a Manticoran cruiser and an Andermani cruiser end up opening fire on each other during a period of particularly high tension between the two nations. Later investigation shows that the Manticoran warship actually had the Andermani ship handily outmatched, but suffered a lucky hit that left her crippled. Both ships ended up destroying each other with their missile salvos.



* ''Literature/WarriorCats'':
** In ''A Dangerous Path'', [[spoiler:Bluestar hurls herself at a dog to knock it over the edge of the gorge, where it'll drown. She lands safely on the edge, but the dog grabs her leg and pulls her in afterward, where she drowns as well.]]
** An odd example occurs in the climax of ''The Darkest Hour''. [[spoiler:Firestar, the protagonist, is killed by the villainous Scourge. However, Firestar literally has nine lives (one of the perks of being a Clan Leader), and he gets back up to continue fighting. With the warriors of [=StarClan=] (cat heaven) at his side, Firestar realizes that Scourge does not believe in [=StarClan=], and only has to die once. Thus Firestar is able to defeat and kill Scourge. So both combatants die, but one is okay.]]
** In one of stories told in ''Code of the Clans'', [=ShadowClan=]'s leader dies before she can name her succesor. To solve this problem, two cats called Jumpfoot and Moosfire fought over the Leader position. Unfortunately, they both died of the wounds they received while fighting each other, and the medicine cat had to take action to chose [=ShadowClan=]'s next leader.
** At the end of ''The Last Hope'', [[spoiler:series protagonist Firestar confronts the vengeful spirit of his archnemesis Tigerstar. Firestar manages to destroy Tigerstar's spirit, ridding the Clans of him once and for all. However, Firestar dies from the wounds Tigerstar inflicted on him during the battle]].
** In ''The First Battle'', brother and sister, Jackdaw's Cry and Falling Feather, end up fighting and killing each other.



* In ''Literature/TheEdgeChronicles'', at the end of Vox, a Shrike and a Goblin kill each other at the same time. A particularly minor example, but an example nonetheless.
* During the climax of ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets'', Harry shoves the Sword of Gryffindor into the Basilisk's mouth as the basilisk sinks one of its venomous fangs into Harry's shoulder. [[spoiler: Thankfully {{subverted|Trope}} for Harry, though, as Fawkes the Phoenix uses healing tears to save Harry.]]
* ''Literature/TheSagaOfThePeopleOfVatnsdal'': Svart has gained the trust of Gudbrand, but is only waiting for an opportunity to kill him. When Gudbrand's horse gets stuck in a swamp, Svart suddenly pierces him with a spear. Gudbrand manages to draw his sword and hit Svart in the midriff. Both die from their wounds.

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* In ''Literature/TheEdgeChronicles'', at Several examples in ''Literature/NeedfulThings'' by Creator/StephenKing.
* The ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series has quite a few examples of this, both hero-vs-villain and villain-vs-villain. Examples:[[spoiler: Urthstripe
the end of Vox, a Shrike Strong and Ferahgo the Assassin both died when Urthstripe leaped from the top of Salamandastron mountain, clutching Ferahgo in a Goblin kill death grip. (Also doubles as a TakingYouWithMe)]]. Villain-vs-villain examples include [[spoiler:the ferret Rasconza and the monitor lizard Sagitar, where each mortally wounded the other at within seconds of each other, and [[EvilAlbino Pure Ferret]] King Sarengo and the same time. A particularly minor example, but an example nonetheless.
* During
adder Berussca, in which the climax of ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets'', Harry shoves the Sword of Gryffindor into the Basilisk's mouth as the basilisk sinks one of its venomous fangs into Harry's shoulder. [[spoiler: Thankfully {{subverted|Trope}} for Harry, though, as Fawkes the Phoenix uses healing tears to save Harry.]]
* ''Literature/TheSagaOfThePeopleOfVatnsdal'': Svart has gained the trust of Gudbrand, but is only waiting for an opportunity to kill him. When Gudbrand's horse gets stuck in a swamp, Svart suddenly pierces him with a spear. Gudbrand manages to draw his sword and hit Svart in the midriff. Both die
former was dying from their wounds.the latter's venom [[{{Determinator}} yet still used his teeth and claws]] until the bitter end]].


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* ''Literature/TheSagaOfThePeopleOfVatnsdal'': Svart has gained the trust of Gudbrand, but is only waiting for an opportunity to kill him. When Gudbrand's horse gets stuck in a swamp, Svart suddenly pierces him with a spear. Gudbrand manages to draw his sword and hit Svart in the midriff. Both die from their wounds.
* In ''Literature/TheSagaOfTheNobleDead'', the elves Sgaile and Hkuan'duv kill each other in a fight at the end of ''Child of a Dead God''.
* In Creator/SergeyLukyanenko's ''[[Literature/SeekersOfTheSky Cold Shores]]'', the Church of the Sister sends a paladin and several monks to escort Ilmar to Urbis (this world's Vatican). They are intercepted by a party of monks of the Church of the Redeemer, also headed by a paladin. The two parties kill each other, while Ilmar slips away. One paladin manages to crack the other's skull, while the other one was swinging his nunchucks; then the nunchucks connected and mortally wounded the first paladin.
* Literature/SherlockHolmes and Moriarty, via waterfall. [[FirstLawOfResurrection At least, that was Conan Doyle's idea at first]], before it was revealed that [[ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated Reports Of Holmes' Death Were Greatly Exaggerated]].
* From ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', we have the duel between [[FragileSpeedster Oberyn Martell]] and [[MightyGlacier Gregor Clegane]] in ''A Storm of Swords''. Oberyn manages to stab Gregor several times with his poisoned spear, bringing him to the ground, but gets too close, allowing [[RedBaron The Mountain that Rides]] to pound him to death with his fist. The poison causes a long, agonising death for Clegane over the next few days [[spoiler:although it is not yet clear ''how truly'' dead he is]].
** In the [[Series/GameOfThrones TV series]], Clegane instead crushes Oberyn's skull with his bare hands, while indulging Oberyn and confessing his crimes (the only reason Oberyn even got close enough to be tripped is to hear Clegane confess to raping and murdering his sister). However, in the season finale we see Oberyn's poison seems to be having the same effect as in the books.
** King Robert Baratheon and the boar; he killed it with his spear, but it still managed to gore him (always a risk; see boar hunting in the RealLife section below), and he eventually succumbed to his wounds. [[spoiler:Though true credit for the kill might belong to Cersei and Lancel; she had him spike Robert's wine to slow his reflexes, him being too badass even in his drunken and overweight state to normally lose to a pig.]]
* ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'':
** ''[[Literature/StarWarsAhsoka Ahsoka]]'': {{Invoked|Trope}} by [[spoiler: Ahsoka and Rex when FakingTheDead. They created a fake grave for Rex with a headstone claiming that he died killing her.]]
* ''Literature/WarriorCats'':
** In ''A Dangerous Path'', [[spoiler:Bluestar hurls herself at a dog to knock it over the edge of the gorge, where it'll drown. She lands safely on the edge, but the dog grabs her leg and pulls her in afterward, where she drowns as well.]]
** An odd example occurs in the climax of ''The Darkest Hour''. [[spoiler:Firestar, the protagonist, is killed by the villainous Scourge. However, Firestar literally has nine lives (one of the perks of being a Clan Leader), and he gets back up to continue fighting. With the warriors of [=StarClan=] (cat heaven) at his side, Firestar realizes that Scourge does not believe in [=StarClan=], and only has to die once. Thus Firestar is able to defeat and kill Scourge. So both combatants die, but one is okay.]]
** In one of stories told in ''Code of the Clans'', [=ShadowClan=]'s leader dies before she can name her succesor. To solve this problem, two cats called Jumpfoot and Moosfire fought over the Leader position. Unfortunately, they both died of the wounds they received while fighting each other, and the medicine cat had to take action to chose [=ShadowClan=]'s next leader.
** At the end of ''The Last Hope'', [[spoiler:series protagonist Firestar confronts the vengeful spirit of his archnemesis Tigerstar. Firestar manages to destroy Tigerstar's spirit, ridding the Clans of him once and for all. However, Firestar dies from the wounds Tigerstar inflicted on him during the battle]].
** In ''The First Battle'', brother and sister, Jackdaw's Cry and Falling Feather, end up fighting and killing each other.
20th Jan '17 4:12:46 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* This trope is actually much OlderThanDirt: the annihilation of matter and antimatter, where the only winner are the gamma-ray photons produced in the event.

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* This trope is actually much OlderThanDirt: the annihilation of matter and antimatter, {{antimatter}}, where the only winner winners are the gamma-ray photons produced in the event.event, may be its first use in the history of the Universe.
20th Jan '17 4:10:53 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* This trope is actually much OlderThanDirt: the annihilation of matter and antimatter, where the only winner are the gamma-ray photons produced in the event.
17th Jan '17 8:35:33 PM Az_Tech341
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** Spike and Vicious accost each other within lethal striking distance inside a cathedral in Episode 5 - Spike with a Jericho pistol, and Vicious wielding a katana. Each strikes the other simultaneously in the shoulder. Using the arm of his other shoulder, Vicious [[FaceLift grabs Spike's head and lifts him]] so that the latter's back faces a window mosaic three storeys above the ground. Vicious then throws him through the window. As he breaks the window, Spike leaves an un-pinned grenade behind before he falls to the ground below. [[spoiler: [[ShrugOfGod Whether or not the results of these interactions kill the both of them is left to viewer discretion]]: [[AllJustADream the remaining episodes may be Spike's dream in an afterlife]], from a certain perspective.]]

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** Spike and Vicious accost each other within lethal striking distance inside a cathedral in Episode 5 - [[GunVsSword Spike with a Jericho pistol, and Vicious wielding a katana.katana]]. Each strikes the other simultaneously in the shoulder. Using the arm of his other shoulder, Vicious [[FaceLift grabs Spike's head and lifts him]] so that the latter's back faces a window mosaic three storeys above the ground. Vicious then throws him through the window. As he breaks the window, Spike leaves an un-pinned grenade behind before he falls to the ground below. [[spoiler: [[ShrugOfGod Whether or not the results of these interactions kill the both of them is left to viewer discretion]]: [[AllJustADream the remaining episodes may be Spike's dream in an afterlife]], from a certain perspective.]]
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* Spike and Vicious from ''Anime/CowboyBebop''.
** [[ShrugOfGod Maybe. Possibly]] [[AllJustADream twice]].


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* ''Anime/CowboyBebop'':
** Spike and Vicious accost each other within lethal striking distance inside a cathedral in Episode 5 - Spike with a Jericho pistol, and Vicious wielding a katana. Each strikes the other simultaneously in the shoulder. Using the arm of his other shoulder, Vicious [[FaceLift grabs Spike's head and lifts him]] so that the latter's back faces a window mosaic three storeys above the ground. Vicious then throws him through the window. As he breaks the window, Spike leaves an un-pinned grenade behind before he falls to the ground below. [[spoiler: [[ShrugOfGod Whether or not the results of these interactions kill the both of them is left to viewer discretion]]: [[AllJustADream the remaining episodes may be Spike's dream in an afterlife]], from a certain perspective.]]
** Whatever you believe of Episode 5, in Episode 26, Spike struggles with Vicious again, both with their respective weapons, until each has the other's weapon. In the subsequent moment, Spike tells Vicious [[spoiler: [[LoveInterest Julia]] is dead]]. Vicious acknowledges him. [[ExagerratedTrope Each returns the other's weapon]], and both strike severely. Vicious keels over immediately, dead; while walking away from Vicious, Spike collapses forward as well, ([[PlayingWithATrope his fate unknown]]).
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