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14th May '17 4:37:12 PM nombretomado
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* Happens to Dr. Derek Stiles in ''TraumaCenter: Under the Knife'' and its Wii remake ''Second Opinion'' after he uses his Healing Touch power for the second time.

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* Happens to Dr. Derek Stiles in ''TraumaCenter: ''VideoGame/TraumaCenter: Under the Knife'' and its Wii remake ''Second Opinion'' after he uses his Healing Touch power for the second time.
11th May '17 9:45:24 AM Gemser
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* In the original version of ''Film/GameOfDeath'': After Hai Tien (Bruce Lee) defeats his last opponents his collapses from exhaustion. He does not go to highest floor and asks the mafia guys for help. They don't care very much and tell him that there's more fighting downstairs.
27th Apr '17 10:32:01 AM FF32
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* ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'':

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* ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'': ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona'':
22nd Apr '17 5:16:52 PM nombretomado
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* In ''SuikodenIV'', every time the main character used the CutscenePowerToTheMax of the Rune of Punishment, he'd collapse immediately afterwards due to the rune's soul-draining side-effects. [[spoiler:Depending on which ending you get, it ends up killing him after the final battle, or he manages to push the rune into its rarely seen 'Forgiveness' form, where it's got all the ass-kicking with none of the side effects.]]

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* In ''SuikodenIV'', ''VideoGame/SuikodenIV'', every time the main character used the CutscenePowerToTheMax of the Rune of Punishment, he'd collapse immediately afterwards due to the rune's soul-draining side-effects. [[spoiler:Depending on which ending you get, it ends up killing him after the final battle, or he manages to push the rune into its rarely seen 'Forgiveness' form, where it's got all the ass-kicking with none of the side effects.]]
13th Apr '17 1:55:50 PM Gamermaster
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* Bell from DungeonNiDeaiOMotomeruNoWaMachigatteiruNoDarouKa achieves one, after initially being stricken with fear against an enemy leagues above him, he gains a HeroicSecondWind because he does not want to be saved by the same person once again. He sets aside his fear and fights an intense battle. After a hard fought battle he barely manages to win, he then he collapses on his feet, truly a badass moment.

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* Bell from DungeonNiDeaiOMotomeruNoWaMachigatteiruNoDarouKa ''LightNovel/IsItWrongToTryToPickUpGirlsInADungeon'' achieves one, after initially being stricken with fear against an enemy leagues above him, he gains a HeroicSecondWind because he does not want to be saved by the same person once again. He sets aside his fear and fights an intense battle. After a hard fought battle he barely manages to win, he then he collapses on his feet, truly a badass moment.
3rd Apr '17 5:43:06 PM nombretomado
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* Kurapika from ''{{Hunter x Hunter}}'' pulled one at the end of the Yorkshin arc. [[spoiler: He slept for two days.]]

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* Kurapika from ''{{Hunter x Hunter}}'' ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' pulled one at the end of the Yorkshin arc. [[spoiler: He slept for two days.]]
2nd Apr '17 2:52:24 PM nombretomado
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* In the ending of ''{{Persona 3}}'', an extreme version occurs to [[spoiler:the protagonist, who lives on for a month after his HeroicSacrifice, and fades away just as his friends shake off their LaserGuidedAmnesia and rush to meet him.]]
** Much earlier than this, the protaganist spends a week in a hospital bed after they first summon a Persona and use it to fight off the shadows.
** In ''{{Persona 4}}'', [[spoiler:Teddie]] can destroy an otherwise unbeatable boss by himself, [[spoiler:because he himself is a powerful Shadow and can tap into his natural abilities for the sake of those who've given him the love he craves.]] Doing this not only makes him briefly collapse, but also literally ''flattens'' him. Depending on how long you took to get to said unbeatable boss, it can take him a couple of weeks or a single night to recover.

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* ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'':
** ''VideoGame/Persona3'':
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In the ending of ''{{Persona 3}}'', ending, an extreme version occurs to [[spoiler:the protagonist, who lives on for a month after his HeroicSacrifice, and fades away just as his friends shake off their LaserGuidedAmnesia and rush to meet him.]]
** *** Much earlier than this, earlier, the protaganist protagonist spends a week in a hospital bed after they first summon a Persona and use it to fight off the shadows.
** In ''{{Persona 4}}'', ''VideoGame/Persona4'', [[spoiler:Teddie]] can destroy an otherwise unbeatable boss by himself, [[spoiler:because he himself is a powerful Shadow and can tap into his natural abilities for the sake of those who've given him the love he craves.]] Doing this not only makes him briefly collapse, but also literally ''flattens'' him. Depending on how long you took to get to said unbeatable boss, it can take him a couple of weeks or a single night to recover.
28th Feb '17 8:05:04 PM LadyNorbert
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* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', after saving Belle from the wolves marauding the woods near the castle, the Beast looks at her briefly and then falls down into the snow.



* ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]'': Film/IronMan, after helping save New York from an alien invasion and a tactical nuke, was found lying on the street, nearly comatose. After he regained consciousness, he didn't have any particular desire to sit up again right away;
-->"Alright. Hey. Alright. Good job, guys. Let's just not come in tomorrow. Let's just take a day. Have you ever tried shawarma? There's a shawarma joint about two blocks from here. I don't know what it is, but I wanna try it."

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* ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]'': Film/IronMan, after helping save New York from an alien invasion and a tactical nuke, was is found lying on the street, nearly comatose. After he regained regains consciousness, he didn't doesn't have any particular desire to sit up again right away;
-->"Alright.
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-->"All right.
Hey. Alright.All right. Good job, guys. Let's just not come in tomorrow. Let's just take a day. Have you ever tried shawarma? There's a shawarma joint about two blocks from here. I don't know what it is, but I wanna try it."


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* The hero of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' almost makes [[spoiler:a HeroicSacrifice in order to let the rest of the residents of Haven evacuate]]. After successfully deterring the BigBad, s/he must plod through a swirling blizzard in order to reach everyone else. In true {{Determinator}} fashion, they only allow themselves to lose consciousness once they're within sight of the camp.
18th Feb '17 5:04:26 PM eowynjedi
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* In ''Literature/HoratioHornblower'' novel ''Lieutenant Hornblower'' (which is narrated from Bush's point of view), Bush manages to get through the Spanish prisoners about to seize the ship, but he's so full of fighting madness that he has no idea of the nine wounds he incurred in doing so. When Hornblower arrives with the prize crews to lead a counter-charge, Bush tries to join them and ends up flat on the deck with increasingly muddled thinking as he nearly bleeds to death.
5th Feb '17 9:35:01 PM SwampAdder
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* "The Reigate Puzzle", a story from the original ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'' canon, begins with Holmes ill in a hotel room after solving an enormous case. This is why food and sleep are good things to have, Mr Holmes.
-->''Even the triumphant issue of his labours could not save him from reaction after so terrible an exertion, and at a time when Europe was ringing with his name and when his room was literally ankle-deep with congratulatory telegrams I found him a prey to the blackest depression. ''

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* "The Reigate Puzzle", a story from the original ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'' canon, begins with Holmes ill in a hotel room after solving an enormous case. This is why food and case (during which he went without sleep are good things to have, Mr Holmes.
for many days).
-->''Even the triumphant issue of his labours could not save him from reaction after so terrible an exertion, and at a time when Europe was ringing with his name and when his room was literally ankle-deep with congratulatory telegrams I found him a prey to the blackest depression. Even the knowledge that he had succeeded where the police of three countries had failed, and that he had outmanoeuvred at every point the most accomplished swindler in Europe, was insufficient to rouse him from his nervous prostration.''
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