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11th Apr '18 4:39:54 PM Ninamarie124
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* In ''Film/TheDarkCrystal'', both the Skeksis and the Mystics leave no body behind when they die. The Skeksis crumble to dust, but the Mystics simply fade away.

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* In ''Film/TheDarkCrystal'', both the Skeksis and the Mystics leave no body behind when they die. The Skeksis crumble to dust, but the Mystics simply fade away. [[spoiler:They also die in tandem, to reflect their connected past. Later, when a Skeksis falls into the magma under the castle of the Crystal, at the same time far away, a Mystic is instantly incinerated.]]
9th Feb '18 8:26:25 PM merotoker
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* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'': The Digimon dissolve as soon as they die. Though occasionally the good Digimon revert to digieggs for plot-related purposes. In ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', only those who end their own program leave eggs and in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' [[AllDeathsAreFinal no one leaves eggs]], although that Digimon is unrevivable in this season their physical data remains and can be reformatted to create another Digimon, such as Mephistomon or the Devas.

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* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'': The Digimon dissolve as soon as they die. Though occasionally the good Digimon revert to digieggs for plot-related purposes. In ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', only those who end their own program leave eggs and in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' [[AllDeathsAreFinal [[AllDeathsFinal no one leaves eggs]], although that Digimon is unrevivable in this season their physical data remains and can be reformatted to create another Digimon, such as Mephistomon or the Devas.



* ''Anime/YuGiOh''

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* ''Anime/YuGiOh''''Anime/YuGiOh'':



* ''DragonBallZ''

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* A real TearJerker towards the end of ''Anime/{{Scryed}}'' when Ryoho awakens from near-death to find a pile of clothes and a recognizable hairclip. Scheris had saved his life using Eternal Devote, but doing so [[HeroicSacrifice had completely consumed her]]. The emotional shock of this causes Ryuho's emotionless shell to break and for a while he breaks down in weeping, urged on by Kazuma telling him there's no shame in mourning.
* Another TearJerker as TeleporterAccident crosses into this towards the end of ''GiantRobo'' with the death of Ginrei, as what's left of her body disappears.

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* A real TearJerker towards the end of ''Anime/{{Scryed}}'' ''[[Anime/{{Scryed}} s-CRY-ed]]'' when Ryoho awakens from near-death to find a pile of clothes and a recognizable hairclip. Scheris had saved his life using Eternal Devote, but doing so [[HeroicSacrifice had completely consumed her]]. The emotional shock of this causes Ryuho's emotionless shell to break and for a while he breaks down in weeping, urged on by Kazuma telling him there's no shame in mourning.
* Another TearJerker as TeleporterAccident crosses into this towards the end of ''GiantRobo'' ''Manga/GiantRobo'' with the death of Ginrei, as what's left of her body disappears.



* ''Franchise/StarWars''

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** It also happens to the [[ArmyOfTheDead Army of the Dead]] when [[WarriorPrince Aragorn]] declares that their oaths to Isildur have been fulfilled for helping him defeat the armies of Mordor.

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** It also happens to the [[ArmyOfTheDead [[CavalryOfTheDead Army of the Dead]] when [[WarriorPrince Aragorn]] declares that their oaths to Isildur have been fulfilled for helping him defeat the armies of Mordor.



** The reason the idea is shot down is because this is a nod to the [[StunGun zat'nik'tel]], which was earlier shown to disintegrate bodies (or objects) with its third shot, an idea so despised it was quietly forgotten.

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** The reason the idea is shot down is because this is a nod to the [[StunGun [[StunGuns zat'nik'tel]], which was earlier shown to disintegrate bodies (or objects) with its third shot, an idea so despised it was quietly forgotten.



* ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}''

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':



* ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''

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* ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'':
3rd Feb '18 1:41:47 AM Horsesplease96
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** It also happens to the [[ArmyOfTheDead Army of the Dead]] when [[WarriorPrince Aragorn]] declares that their oaths to Isildur have been fulfilled for helping him defeat the armies of Mordor.
22nd Dec '17 4:51:27 AM Saveelich
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** [[spoiler:Luke Skywalker at the end of ''Film/TheLastJedi'' after channelling an illusion of himself to fool the First Order forces and Kylo Ren long enough for the Resistance remnants to escape from Crait.]]
17th Dec '17 8:21:46 PM superkeijikun
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'': When Beerus kills the present timeline's Zamasu, he completely destroys him, disintegrating his body and leaving no trace of him.
28th Nov '17 11:39:30 PM WhosAsking
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* The technology of ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' provides for substances or nanites that can be used to dissolve a body. [[AntiHero Spider Jerusalem]] obtains a supply of this to help cover his tracks and elude [[PresidentEvil President Callahan]].
28th Nov '17 11:32:43 PM WhosAsking
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* The standard fate for most ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' villains.

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* The standard fate for most ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' villains. (''Temple of Doom'' is the main exception: Mola Ram didn't disappear but was EatenAlive by crocodiles).



* All over the ''Film/{{Tron}}'' universe. Programs don't leave a corpse behind when they [[DeadlyEuphemism de-rez]], instead [[DisappearsIntoLight fading away]] as they reach critical failure, or shattering in a messy pile of voxels (that look like cubes of safety glass) that sputter out of existence. {{Justified|Trope}} in the universe setting due to the trope being part of video games. Of course Creator/{{Disney}} made use of this to [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids hide scenes of horribly violent death]] in a way [[GettingCrapPasttheRadar that still warranted a PG rating and a Disney trademark.]]

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* All over the ''Film/{{Tron}}'' universe. Programs don't leave a corpse behind when they [[DeadlyEuphemism de-rez]], de-resolve]], instead [[DisappearsIntoLight fading away]] as they reach critical failure, or shattering in a messy pile of voxels (that look like cubes of safety glass) that sputter out of existence. {{Justified|Trope}} in the universe setting due to the trope being part of video games. Of course Creator/{{Disney}} made use of this to [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids hide scenes of horribly violent death]] in a way [[GettingCrapPasttheRadar that still warranted a PG rating and a Disney trademark.]]
28th Nov '17 11:24:45 PM WhosAsking
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* Another TearJerker as TeleporterAccident crosses into this towards the end of ''GiantRobo'' with the death of Ginrei, as what's left of her body disappears.
28th Nov '17 8:08:39 AM WhosAsking
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* A real TearJerker towards the end of ''Anime/{{Scryed}}'' when Ryoho awakens from near-death to find a pile of clothes and a recognizable hairclip. Scheris had saved his life using Eternal Devote, but doing so [[HeroicSacrifice had completely consumed her]]. The emotional shock of this causes Ryuho's emotionless shell to break and for a while he breaks down in weeping.

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* A real TearJerker towards the end of ''Anime/{{Scryed}}'' when Ryoho awakens from near-death to find a pile of clothes and a recognizable hairclip. Scheris had saved his life using Eternal Devote, but doing so [[HeroicSacrifice had completely consumed her]]. The emotional shock of this causes Ryuho's emotionless shell to break and for a while he breaks down in weeping.weeping, urged on by Kazuma telling him there's no shame in mourning.
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