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10th Dec '17 6:56:31 AM SwampAdder
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* In the manga of ''Manga/DeathNote'', [[spoiler:Light dies in a very pathetic manner, begging and crying for his life to Ryuk, who kills him instead. All in front of a large group of people including his most loyal follower]]. The anime however was more respectful in this regard and decided to provide a more dignified ending, [[spoiler:and while he did cry a lot, he managed to escape long enough to take a long view to what his life had turn into and maybe regret his actions for the first time in the series. Afterwards he peacefully dies on a quiet warehouse while the spirit of his archenemy silently watches]].
* ''Anime/LesMiserablesShojoCosette'', a LighterAndSofter adaptation of ''Literature/LesMiserables'', still kills off some of the cast but [[spoiler: Gavroche and Javert]] manage to survive to the end.
18th Nov '17 10:01:55 PM batsheep
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* In the Manga/AxisPowersHetalia fanfic "[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7061881/1/Promise Promise]]" One goes through the story thinking it's another Prussia Death Fic, but at the end [[spoiler:It's revealed that Germany was the one who died.]]
18th Nov '17 12:43:36 PM nanakiro
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* The big turning point in ''Manga/{{Fuuka}}'' is when [[spoiler:Fuuka herself gets run over by a truck and dies,]] leading the second half of the story to be about the band struggling to cope with [[spoiler:her death]] and their life with a new bandmate, [[spoiler:''also'' named Fuuka.]] When the adaptation came, many expected the last episode to play out as it did before, but [[spoiler:Fuuka is saved, continues to play with the band, and finally upgrades her relationship with Yuu.]]
16th Nov '17 7:26:45 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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** [[Film/XMen1 The first]] ''X-Men'' movie is a loose adaptation of the famous ''ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast'' story (though with the elements of {{time travel}} AdaptedOut), about the Brotherhood of Mutants targeting Senator Robert Kelly to stop him from passing a [[SuperRegistrationAct Mutant Registration Act]]. But instead of the X-Men saving Kelly, [[spoiler: [[DeathByAdaptation he dies after being used as a test subject by Magneto]]]] and [[spoiler: Mystique uses her shapeshifting powers to steal his identity]].

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** [[Film/XMen1 The first]] ''X-Men'' movie original ''Film/XMen1'' is a loose adaptation of the famous ''ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast'' "ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast" story from the comics (though with the elements of {{time travel}} AdaptedOut), about the Brotherhood of Mutants targeting Senator Robert Kelly to stop him from passing a [[SuperRegistrationAct Mutant Registration Act]]. But instead of the X-Men saving Kelly, [[spoiler: [[DeathByAdaptation he dies after being used as a test subject by Magneto]]]] and [[spoiler: Mystique uses her shapeshifting powers to steal his identity]]. It also turns out that they just want to use him as a guinea pig for their ''real'' plan, which is to [[spoiler:turn a gathering of world leaders into Mutants]].
14th Nov '17 7:08:54 AM TheMightyHeptagon
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* In ''Comicbook/XMen'''s ''Comicbook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga'', Wolverine managed to open his way to Jean, and she accepted her fate and requested him to kill her. But he goes back at the last moment: he loves her, he can't bring himself to kill her. Same thing on [[WesternAnimation/XMen the animated series]]. Same context in ''Film/XMenTheLastStand''... [[WouldHitAGirl completely opposite outcome]].

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In ''Comicbook/XMen'''s ''Comicbook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga'', Wolverine managed to open his way to Jean, and she accepted her fate and requested him to kill her. But he goes back at the last moment: he loves her, he can't bring himself to kill her. Same thing on [[WesternAnimation/XMen the animated series]]. Same context in ''Film/XMenTheLastStand''... [[WouldHitAGirl completely opposite outcome]]. outcome]].
** [[Film/XMen1 The first]] ''X-Men'' movie is a loose adaptation of the famous ''ComicBook/DaysOfFuturePast'' story (though with the elements of {{time travel}} AdaptedOut), about the Brotherhood of Mutants targeting Senator Robert Kelly to stop him from passing a [[SuperRegistrationAct Mutant Registration Act]]. But instead of the X-Men saving Kelly, [[spoiler: [[DeathByAdaptation he dies after being used as a test subject by Magneto]]]] and [[spoiler: Mystique uses her shapeshifting powers to steal his identity]].
28th Oct '17 7:16:31 PM Nyame
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* ''FanFic/WarOfTheBiju'': [[spoiler:Tobi is ''not'' Obito Uchiha ''or'' Madara Uchiha. The story even has Kabuto use Edo Tensei to revive an artificially aged up Obito to fight Kakashi to confirm it]].
26th Oct '17 7:44:33 AM MegaMarioMan
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* ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank2002'' has a few plot differences from ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank2016'':
** TheReveal of the first game was that [[spoiler:Drek was the one who polluted Orxon to the point that his people couldn't live there, and he was building their "new home" planet as a real estate scam with the goal of repeating what he did to Orxon]]. Meanwhile, in the latter game, [[spoiler:Drek is genuinely a decent guy who wants to build a new planet for his people, with no ulterior motives]].
** In the original game, [[spoiler:Qwark backstabs the titular duo about midway through the game on Umbris by trapping them with a Blargian Snagglebeast]]. However, in the latter game [[spoiler:Ratchet doesn't find out Qwark has joined the bad guys until nearly the end of the game when he infiltrates the Deplanetizer for the first time, and after defeating Qwark in battle later, Qwark returns to the good side again. The Blargian Snagglebeast is instead a secret project that the Blarg were working on at Nebula G34]].
5th Oct '17 4:40:35 PM CerotechOmega
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* Creator/{{Nintendo}} has done this with its remakes of the first two ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' games to fuck with people thinking the games will flow in the exact same way, even if one discounts the added powerups that were brought in since.
** ''[[VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission Zero Mission]]'' has a number of differences, but mostly flows the same way, even including the fight with Mother Brain and the subsequent escape sequence[[spoiler:, but once Samus flies off of Zebes, she is swarmed by Space Pirates and shot down, with only the Zero Suit and an emergency pistol to her name as she tries to get rearmed, get a new ship, and get out of dodge.]].
** ''[[VideoGame/MetroidSamusReturns Samus Returns]]'' does this thrice over in the same game at that, which will shock players who came off [[VideoGame/AnotherMetroid2Remake the fan remake]] with the experience fresh in their minds.
*** In the original and the fan remake, your first fight with an Omega Metroid is preceded by an Alpha in the general area the Omega shows up later; the Omega is moved a few rooms away, but is still accessed from where you fought the Alpha. In ''Samus Returns'', you fight a [[spoiler:Zeta]] first.
*** When you enter the Metroid nest in the original game and fan remake, you are given eight extra Metroids to kill just as you roll beneath the egg the Baby is later hatched from. In ''Samus Returns'', the tally goes up a couple rooms later by ''ten'', the first of which is two seconds away from [[LifeDrain eating your face]] when you regain control.
*** After Samus fights the Metroid Queen and gets the Baby, she has to return to her ship to end the game. [[spoiler:In the official remake, Proteus Ridley shows up as you approach the ship to crash the party and steal the Baby, serving the role of final boss as a result. This particular detail can be spoiled by the use of Scan Pulse in areas near the final escape route, which possess features that shouldn't be there if the Queen really was the final boss.]]
1st Oct '17 7:16:13 AM MinisterOfSinister
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* One of Cave Johnson's hidden messages in the Perpetual Testing Initiative DLC of ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' puts a variation on this via ShoutOut to ''Film/SoylentGreen''. The ending of that film is pretty well-known, ([[MemeticMutation "Soylent Green is PEOPLE!"]]) so you'd think that when an {{alternate|Self}} Cave says he's going to stop serving his staff Soylent Green it would be for that reason. But in fact he's not stopping because Soylent Green is people (which EverybodyKnewAlready) but because [[PragmaticVillainy it's doubling in price]].



* ''VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries'' plays with several aspects of the ''Batman'' canon: rather than pure and innocent, [[spoiler: Thomas and Martha Wayne]] were involved with the mob, and the leader of the Children of Arkham turns out to be someone who's never been a villain in any other continuity: [[spoiler: Vicky Vale.]]

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* ''VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries'' plays with several aspects of the ''Batman'' canon: rather than pure and innocent, [[spoiler: Thomas [[spoiler:Thomas and Martha Wayne]] were involved with the mob, and the leader of the Children of Arkham turns out to be someone who's never been a villain in any other continuity: [[spoiler: Vicky [[spoiler:Vicky Vale.]]
14th Sep '17 11:50:48 PM Peteman
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* In the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' franchise, Zog the Triceraton has always been a revered minor character, as he bravely sacrificed himself to save the Turtles in the original comics and the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 2003 cartoon]]. This gets averted ''hard'' in the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 2012 series]]. [[spoiler: The gravity of the Turtles taking advantage of someone not in their right mind is fully explored and called out, with Zog furious that Raphael tricked him when he was slowly dying in Earth's atmosphere. Furthermore, he ends up committing ''suicide'' when it appears he's failed to summon his superiors to Earth in order to destroy it. To make matters worse, his efforts weren't in vain, and the Triceratons invade and destroy Earth in the following episode (which is undone half a season later, but the psychological damage has been done by Zog's turn here)]].

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* In the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' franchise, Zog the Triceraton has always been a revered minor character, as he bravely sacrificed himself to save the Turtles in the original comics and the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 2003 cartoon]]. This gets averted ''hard'' in the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 2012 series]]. [[spoiler: The gravity of the Turtles taking advantage of someone not in their right mind is fully explored and called out, with Zog furious that Raphael tricked him when he was slowly dying in Earth's atmosphere. Furthermore, he ends up committing ''suicide'' when it appears he's failed to summon his superiors to Earth in order to destroy it. To make matters worse, his efforts weren't in vain, and the Triceratons invade and destroy Earth in the following episode (which is undone half a season later, but the psychological damage has been done by Zog's turn here)]].
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