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27th Apr '16 4:33:47 PM MJC
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** Nappa is killed by Vegeta [[YouHaveFailedME for losing a battle to Goku]]

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** Nappa is killed by Vegeta [[YouHaveFailedME [[YouHaveFailedMe for losing a battle to Goku]]
27th Apr '16 4:33:21 PM MJC
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** Nappa is killed by Vegeta for losing a battle to Goku

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** Nappa is killed by Vegeta [[YouHaveFailedME for losing a battle to GokuGoku]]
11th Mar '16 1:37:36 AM erforce
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* Taking the place of [[AbsenteeActor Vincent Crabbe]] from the book, [[DeathByAdaptation Gregory Goyle]] is the one who casts Fiendfyre in ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Part 2'', and while trying to climb to safety, grabs a loose chair and falls into the fire. Although his only intent was to kill Ron, he essentially killed himself.
* In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', Shredder is done in when he rushes Splinter and falls into a garbage compactor after trying to kill him with a throwing knife when he was on the edge, with the turtle's much less heroic (though still good-hearted) ally Casey Jones flipping the switch. Of course he's NotQuiteDead and comes back for some more shredding in the sequel, and does ''himself'' in by turning into Super Shredder via [[PsychoSerum the last vial of the ooze]] and causing an entire dock to collapse on him while trying to kill the Turtles.

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* Taking the place of [[AbsenteeActor Vincent Crabbe]] from the book, [[DeathByAdaptation Gregory Goyle]] is the one who casts Fiendfyre in ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Part 2'', ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallowsPart2'', and while trying to climb to safety, grabs a loose chair and falls into the fire. Although his only intent was to kill Ron, he essentially killed himself.
* In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1990'', Shredder is done in when he rushes Splinter and falls into a garbage compactor after trying to kill him with a throwing knife when he was on the edge, with the turtle's much less heroic (though still good-hearted) ally Casey Jones flipping the switch. Of course he's NotQuiteDead and comes back for some more shredding in the sequel, [[Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIITheSecretOfTheOoze sequel]], and does ''himself'' in by turning into Super Shredder via [[PsychoSerum the last vial of the ooze]] and causing an entire dock to collapse on him while trying to kill the Turtles.
8th Mar '16 11:20:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the episode "Flashpoint" of ''WalkerTexasRanger'', two rouge Irish terrorists, a man and a woman, jump out a skyscraper window after sharing a kiss, choosing to become martyrs over life imprisonment.

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* In the episode "Flashpoint" of ''WalkerTexasRanger'', ''Series/WalkerTexasRanger'', two rouge Irish terrorists, a man and a woman, jump out a skyscraper window after sharing a kiss, choosing to become martyrs over life imprisonment.



* In ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' Dr. Blackgaard, already near death due to infection by the virus he had hoped to threaten the world with, stays behind inside the Whit's End building as the bombs he planted there are activated.

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* In ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' ''Radio/AdventuresInOdyssey'' Dr. Blackgaard, already near death due to infection by the virus he had hoped to threaten the world with, stays behind inside the Whit's End building as the bombs he planted there are activated.
6th Mar '16 8:53:18 AM Pinokio
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'': Being more convenient for the crew not to deal with her, the spy Seska dies from a console overload in "Basics".
24th Feb '16 8:10:27 PM Tdarcos
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* In ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2008-11-09 Nov. 9, 2009]] Schlock is trying to subdue some rioters who locked themselves in a storeroom in the ship, so he uses his plasma cannons to cut through the bulkhead. One of the rioters throws a hand grenade at the hole Schlock made, but it misses and bounces off the wall, before Schlock can even enter. This lands back on them and explodes. Turns out they were carrying antimatter which also explodes, incinerating all of them. ''Schlock didn't have to do anything.'' He thinks they did it to themselves on purpose, as he tells his crew-mate Elf, "They committed suicide when they saw me coming."
9th Feb '16 10:42:54 AM MyFinalEdits
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* In ''Casper'', Carrigan's goal throughout the movie has been to take a "treasure" from the mansion, a goal she continues to pursue after coming back as a ghost. Finally, she does get her hands on the treasure, and she gloats that now that she has it, she has no unfinished business, she has everything--so against her will, she crosses over to the afterlife, as all ghosts must once their unfinished business is complete.

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* In ''Casper'', ''Film/{{Casper}}'', Carrigan's goal throughout the movie has been to take a "treasure" from the mansion, a goal she continues to pursue after coming back as a ghost. Finally, she does get her hands on the treasure, and she gloats that now that she has it, she has no unfinished business, she has everything--so against her will, she crosses over to the afterlife, as all ghosts must once their unfinished business is complete.
9th Feb '16 6:45:52 AM MartialArtsMaster
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* In ''Film/Casper'', Carrigan's goal throughout the movie has been to take a "treasure" from the mansion, a goal she continues to pursue after coming back as a ghost. Finally, she does get her hands on the treasure, and she gloats that now that she has it, she has no unfinished business, she has everything--so against her will, she crosses over to the afterlife, as all ghosts must once their unfinished business is complete.

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* In ''Film/Casper'', ''Casper'', Carrigan's goal throughout the movie has been to take a "treasure" from the mansion, a goal she continues to pursue after coming back as a ghost. Finally, she does get her hands on the treasure, and she gloats that now that she has it, she has no unfinished business, she has everything--so against her will, she crosses over to the afterlife, as all ghosts must once their unfinished business is complete.
9th Feb '16 6:45:10 AM MartialArtsMaster
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* In ''Film/Casper'', Carrigan's goal throughout the movie has been to take a "treasure" from the mansion, a goal she continues to pursue after coming back as a ghost. Finally, she does get her hands on the treasure, and she gloats that now that she has it, she has no unfinished business, she has everything--so against her will, she crosses over to the afterlife, as all ghosts must once their unfinished business is complete.
21st Jan '16 8:48:07 PM AdamC
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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'' this is effectively the fate of [[spoiler: The Joker]], who decides to stab Batman rather than allow him to administer the cure for the villain's illness.

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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'' this is effectively the fate of [[spoiler: The Joker]], who decides to stab Batman rather than allow him to administer the cure for the villain's illness. [[spoiler: As the Joker lies dying from his own stupidity, Batman points out the absurdity of this, causing the Joker to admit that it's actually sorta funny.]]
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