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3rd Jul '17 10:41:21 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'' TVMovie "The Big Blow-Up" featured a temple of Inflatermaus, a swarm of insectoid creatures that were able to infect the inhabitants of [=ChalkZone=] with a fatal disease called Balloonemia. Before Rudy Tabootie re-imprisons the swarm behind a glass wall with his magic chalk, it is revealed that [=ChalkZone=]'s long lost ruler King Mumbo Jumbo had been keeping the Inflatermaus swarm at bay all these years.
19th Jun '17 4:55:57 PM LordofHeck
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* In Creator/RickRiordan's ''[[Literature/TheKaneChronicles The Red Pyramid]]'', they deduce that this is what [[spoiler:Bast]] was freed from, meaning that what she was fighting now has a chance. (She had to be; she was weakening, and needed to recover her strength.)

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* In Creator/RickRiordan's ''[[Literature/TheKaneChronicles The Red Pyramid]]'', they deduce the main characters discover that this is what [[spoiler:Bast]] [[spoiler:the cat goddess Bast]] was freed from, meaning released from an artifact that what also contained [[spoiler:the serpent of chaos Apophis]] because she was fighting losing the battle, but now has a chance. (She had to be; that she's free she was weakening, and needed to recover her strength.)can help stop Set from completing his plans with the Red Pyramid.
18th Jun '17 4:44:08 AM LondonKdS
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* A nod to this trope was seen in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Last of the Time Lords". After the decisive defeat of TheMaster, the Doctor was not willing to execute the only other member of his species in existence. So he volunteered to live up to this trope, keeping the Master confined in the TARDIS for all eternity or until he reformed. The Master prevented this by committing suicide (or at least refusing to come back from the dead).

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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A nod to this trope was seen in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Last of the Time Lords". After the decisive defeat of TheMaster, the Doctor was not willing to execute the only other member of his species in existence. So he volunteered to live up to this trope, keeping the Master confined in the TARDIS for all eternity or until he reformed. The Master prevented this by committing suicide (or at least refusing to come back from the dead).


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** This is the ending of "The Eaters of Light", as Kar and the surviving Roman legionaries charge into the portal to fight off the Eaters for the [[YearInsideHourOutside lifetime of the universe]]. The Doctor nearly did it himself, but had a MoreExpendableThanYou pulled on him.
20th May '17 11:57:48 AM nombretomado
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* The cancelled ''Franchise/{{Ultima}} X: Odyssey'': When The Avatar sealed himself and his EnemyWithout, The Guardian, behind a wall of life to destroy them both with an armageddon spell, The Guardian managed to merge with him. They then struggle for dominance with ThePowerOfFriendship backing them up.

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* The cancelled ''Franchise/{{Ultima}} ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}} X: Odyssey'': When The Avatar sealed himself and his EnemyWithout, The Guardian, behind a wall of life to destroy them both with an armageddon spell, The Guardian managed to merge with him. They then struggle for dominance with ThePowerOfFriendship backing them up.
19th May '17 12:55:55 AM Ekelai
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* In the final episode of ''WebVideo/CarBoys'', [[spoiler: The Blob is doomed to forever be stuck in the outer reaches of a Time Ring, chasing Nick and Griffin in their waterproof car as they remain in the Time Ring's center for all eternity, with the boys and the reality outside the Time Ring finally safe from The Blob]].
11th May '17 12:25:40 PM Shadoboy
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* In [[UndeadChild Peketo's]] ending in ''VideoGame/TheBlackHeart'', Final refuses to give Peketo the titular heart because he's a dangerous psychopath. He tries blowing him up, but he reappears almost immediately, explaining that all the deals he made with the dead before he was killed have rendered him basically immortal. Faced with this, Final instead summons [[AbusiveParent Peketo's Father]] who was killed by his son at the begining of his story and because of similar deals with the dead, has ended up becoming a similar undead abomination like his son. Needless to say, neither of them is pleased to see the other so they engage in battle. Final muses that since neither of them can be killed, they are basically stuck fighting forever.
5th May '17 2:43:19 AM Cryoclaste
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* In ''{{Pokemon}}'', Wobbuffet was given the ability Shadow Tag in Generation III. This prevents the opponent from switching out. If two Wobbuffet battle each other, then the battle would last until they run out of attacks and are forced to use Struggle. However, a hold item called Leftovers would heal the Wobbuffet every turn if the Wobbuffet was holding it, and since it ended up healing more damage than Struggle was dealing, having two Wobbuffet in battle both holding the Leftovers item would result in a never-ending battle, causing Wobbuffet to become the first non-legendary Pokémon to be banned from official tournaments. This was fixed in Generation IV, where Shadow Tag will fail to work if the opponent also has Shadow Tag, and Struggle doing 1/4 of maximum HP in damage with recoil.

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* In ''{{Pokemon}}'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', Wobbuffet was given the ability Shadow Tag in Generation III. This prevents the opponent from switching out. If two Wobbuffet battle each other, then the battle would last until they run out of attacks and are forced to use Struggle. However, a hold item called Leftovers would heal the Wobbuffet every turn if the Wobbuffet was holding it, and since it ended up healing more damage than Struggle was dealing, having two Wobbuffet in battle both holding the Leftovers item would result in a never-ending battle, causing Wobbuffet to become the first non-legendary Pokémon to be banned from official tournaments. This was fixed in Generation IV, where Shadow Tag will fail to work if the opponent also has Shadow Tag, and Struggle doing 1/4 of maximum HP in damage with recoil.
21st Mar '17 5:53:20 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'', it's revealed that the ''Master Sword'', the iconic weapon of the series, is this. [[spoiler:The sword's spirit Fi takes it upon herself to seal Demise's soul within herself. Demise manages to unleash one last parting shot by unleashing a curse on Link and Zelda that would doom them to face an incarnation of his hatred whenever they are reincarnated. That incarnation turns out to be the series BigBad Ganon.]]

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In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'', it's revealed that the ''Master Sword'', the iconic weapon of the series, is this. [[spoiler:The sword's spirit Fi takes it upon herself to seal Demise's soul within herself. Demise manages to unleash one last parting shot by unleashing a curse on Link and Zelda that would doom them to face an incarnation of his hatred whenever they are reincarnated. That incarnation turns out to be the series BigBad Ganon.]]]]
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', the only reason why Calamity Ganon hasn't completely destroyed Hyrule already is because [[spoiler:Princess Zelda]] has been busy keeping him sealed inside Hyrule Castle for the past 100 years.
9th Mar '17 12:06:46 AM TheCuza
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** Ragna the Bloodedge's title comes from the man who previously owned his signature red BadassLongcoat and {{BFS}}, who just went by "Bloodedge". In the distant past, Bloodedge fought the Black Beast in order to distract it long enough for humanity to learn how to use Ars Magus so they could kill it. He managed to last an entire year before the Black Beast finally killed him. [[spoiler:Also, he was a time-travelling Ragna with amnesia]].
5th Mar '17 6:25:43 PM TrollMan
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* In the fourth issue of ''ComicBook/GodzillaInHell'', Godzilla finds himself trapped in a walled city replica of Tokyo in the afterlife, eternally fighting King Ghidorah and Destroyah, as whenever any of them are killed, they immediately come back to life. Godzilla tries to destroy the wall around the city, but finds that his atomic breath isn't able to damage it. [[spoiler: He manages to destroy the wall by tricking Destroyah and King Ghidorah to fire at the same spot as him, which is enough to break through. When he does, King Ghidorah, Destroyah and the city immediately vanish.]]
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