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17th Sep '17 12:03:54 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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GenreSavvy villains will exploit this rule to great effect by wounding their enemies, thereby pinning or slowing down their comrades.

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GenreSavvy Savvy villains will exploit this rule to great effect by wounding their enemies, thereby pinning or slowing down their comrades.



** Some of the villains start to get GenreSavvy about this. One minor villain on Earth chews out his men for being stupid enough to capture Daniel Jackson, since he knows that by doing so they've just mobilized the entire SGC against themselves, when they really should have been trying to stay unnoticed as much as possible.

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** Some of the villains start to get GenreSavvy wise about this. One minor villain on Earth chews out his men for being stupid enough to capture Daniel Jackson, since he knows that by doing so they've just mobilized the entire SGC against themselves, when they really should have been trying to stay unnoticed as much as possible.
16th Sep '17 11:03:35 AM DannyVElAcme
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16th Sep '17 11:02:21 AM DannyVElAcme
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* If you're a hero in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse and you're hurt in battle, don't fret, [[ComicBooks/CaptainAmerica Good Ol' Cap]] will go through Hell or high water to get you home safe.

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* If you're a hero in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse and you're hurt in battle, don't fret, [[ComicBooks/CaptainAmerica [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Good Ol' Cap]] will go through Hell or high water to get you home safe.
16th Sep '17 11:01:48 AM DannyVElAcme
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* If you're a hero in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse and you're hurt in battle, don't fret, [[ComicBooks/CaptainAmerica Good Ol' Cap]] will go through Hell or high water to get you home safe.
20th Aug '17 10:57:10 PM GrammarNavi
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** {{Exploited}} in ''Literature/IJedi''. When the SpacePirates whom Corran Horn has infiltrated unexpectedly run into a New Republic fleet (including his home unit, the elite Rogue Squadron), he orders the other fighters with him to use their ion cannons on enemy fighters so the other side will be slowed down by search-and-rescue, allowing Corran and the others to escape.

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** {{Exploited}} in ''Literature/IJedi''.''[[Literature/JediAcademyTrilogy I, Jedi]]''. When the SpacePirates whom Corran Horn has infiltrated unexpectedly run into a New Republic fleet (including his home unit, the elite Rogue Squadron), he orders the other fighters with him to use their ion cannons on enemy fighters so the other side will be slowed down by search-and-rescue, allowing Corran and the others to escape.
25th Jul '17 1:40:10 PM Axelmania
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*WesternAnimation/TheZhuZhus parodied in "Chunklette's Web" when Nums falls in popcorn, Chunk chase stray kernel shouting "Leave no snack behind!"
8th Jul '17 10:49:11 AM nombretomado
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* Averted in the 1982 Australian/Taiwanese movie ''Attack Force Z''. A member of a WorldWarII commando force is wounded while landing on a Japanese-occupied island. After exchanging overly casual banter [[OneLastSmoke and a cigarette]] the commander shoots him, so he won't be captured and give away the mission under torture.

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* Averted in the 1982 Australian/Taiwanese movie ''Attack Force Z''. A member of a WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII commando force is wounded while landing on a Japanese-occupied island. After exchanging overly casual banter [[OneLastSmoke and a cigarette]] the commander shoots him, so he won't be captured and give away the mission under torture.



* The US military spends considerable time and effort locating their missing war dead; including those going back to WorldWarTwo.

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* The US military spends considerable time and effort locating their missing war dead; including those going back to WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
27th Jun '17 9:47:22 AM ironballs16
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* ''VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder'' had a BittersweetEnding as [[spoiler: B.J. lay crippled after Deathshead [[TakingYouWithMe tried to kill them both with a grenade]]]], giving the order to fire a nuclear missile on his own position. The sound of a helicopter during the end credits teased that they came back for him before it happened, with [[VideoGame/WolfensteinIITheNewColossus the sequel]] outright confirming it.
20th Jun '17 2:36:11 PM thatmadork
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** Troopers who ''are'' left behind (but not killed, only knocked unconscious) are listed as "Captured". There is a chance that they can be rescued in a future mission with their skills and equipment all intact, but that is a chance, not a guarantee.
11th Jun '17 8:11:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Spacetrawler}}'': Captain Nogg has no qualms about abandoning a crew member if that's what it takes to get the rest of his ship away safely. On the other hand, his crew has no qualms about ignoring Nogg when he tells them to abandon their mates.[[note]]They ''did'' abandon Dustin, but only because Dustin was a jerk who got captured because of his own stupidity.[[/note]]

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* ''{{Spacetrawler}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}'': Captain Nogg has no qualms about abandoning a crew member if that's what it takes to get the rest of his ship away safely. On the other hand, his crew has no qualms about ignoring Nogg when he tells them to abandon their mates.[[note]]They ''did'' abandon Dustin, but only because Dustin was a jerk who got captured because of his own stupidity.[[/note]]
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