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18th Jul '17 8:41:30 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** And later on, all supporting characters left in the cast do this as a part of the sequence of false [[HeroicSacrifice Heroic Sacrifices]] that reduces the party to Lloyd alone, while climbing the Tower of Salvation. Only in the cases of Raine and [[BrattyHalfPint Genis]] does it seem a knowing choice of unavoidable death, the other cases looking more like accidents with a possibility of survival ("I'll get out of this mess on my own, you hurry on, you can't afford to lose any time !"), but a Z-skit springing up right before the first "sacrifice" shows Regal and Raine calmly discussing this, [[GenreSavvy acknowledging the fact]] that they're [[MoreExpendableThanYou more expendable than Lloyd.]] Right before that whole sequence, Zelos invokes this if you follow Kratos' path.

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** And later on, all supporting characters left in the cast do this as a part of the sequence of false [[HeroicSacrifice Heroic Sacrifices]] that reduces the party to Lloyd alone, while climbing the Tower of Salvation. Only in the cases of Raine and [[BrattyHalfPint Genis]] does it seem a knowing choice of unavoidable death, the other cases looking more like accidents with a possibility of survival ("I'll get out of this mess on my own, you hurry on, you can't afford to lose any time !"), but a Z-skit springing up right before the first "sacrifice" shows Regal and Raine calmly discussing this, [[GenreSavvy acknowledging the fact]] fact that they're [[MoreExpendableThanYou more expendable than Lloyd.]] Right before that whole sequence, Zelos invokes this if you follow Kratos' path.
1st Jun '17 9:15:29 AM TrollMan
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* At the climax of ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOrigins'', Bane and the Joker challenge Batman's no-killing moral code by forcing him into a fight to the death. A heart monitor is attached to Bane, which is slowly charging an electric chair that the Joker is sitting in, so that in a few minutes, the voltage will be fatal. The heart monitor will explode if Batman (or Bane, as the Joker notes) tries to remove it, [[SadisticChoice so the only way to stop the Joker from getting electrocuted is killing Bane]]. The stakes are then raised when Joker takes Jim Gordon hostage, so now when the chair is fully-powered, both of them will fried. Batman being Batman, opts to TakeAThirdOption, using his MagicalDefibrillator gloves to stop Bane's heart, and then restart it again.
23rd May '17 8:16:07 PM N.Harmonik
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13th Apr '17 12:14:33 PM rafi
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* A variant of this trope happens in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', when the team in trapped in the ocean of despair with two minutes 'till they all get crushed to death. At first Yoko tries to volunteer for the suicidal mission to destroy the Death Spiral Machine that maintains the Ocean, but before she can get the words out, Kittan volunteers, and shares a LastKiss with Yoko, before going on to do his DyingMomentOfAwesome. He dies without regrets, his last thoughts being that going out in a blaze of Spiral energy is "not bad at all."
* In ''SonicX'': Cosmo does this during the big [[WhamEpisode series finale]], requiring Tails to shoot the Sonic driver, [[AbnormalAmmo which uses Sonic and Shadow as ammunition]], into her while she is attached to Dark Oak in her adult tree form, thereby weakening him to a point at which he could be destroyed. Whether or not this was considered or spur of the moment is debatable, but it is said that this was supposed to have been her [[BecauseDestinySaysSo destiny all along]]. Cosmo, however, chooses to die not simply to fulfill her purpose, but because she wants to save her friends.

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* A variant The entire last half of this trope happens in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', when the team in trapped in the ocean of despair with two minutes 'till they all get crushed to death. At first Yoko ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' movie focuses on this.
* Happens with twists in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' at the end of the Cell arc when a depowered Cell
tries to volunteer for blow himself up and take Earth with him. Goku is the suicidal mission to destroy the Death Spiral Machine only one who knows a teleportation technique that maintains could get rid of Cell, and if he doesn't do it, everyone is screwed. Subverted when Goku realizes that he died for nothing since Cell regenerates... FromASingleCell and CameBackStrong to boot.
* ''Manga/GirlsGoAround'',
the Ocean, but before she can get final chapter reveals that on their graduation day, one of their group ''will'' die whether it is by accident or [[DrivenToSuicide planned]]. Causeing a time loop and trying to save the words out, Kittan volunteers, and shares a LastKiss with Yoko, before going on to do his DyingMomentOfAwesome. He dies without regrets, his one that died last thoughts time results in a different one dying. They just can't avoid it.
* Penwood from ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}''. As England is
being obliterated by Millennium, he comes to the resolution (even though a little persuasion helps) to stay behind and fight to the end with the rest of his colleagues, just to take out however many vampires they can. With him soon being the only living person in the army HQ, he holds a detonator in his hand and looks at a gun Integra gave him so that going out in a blaze of Spiral energy is "not bad at all."
* In ''SonicX'': Cosmo does this during the big [[WhamEpisode series finale]], requiring Tails to shoot the Sonic driver, [[AbnormalAmmo which uses Sonic and Shadow as ammunition]], into her while she is attached to Dark Oak in her adult tree form, thereby weakening him to a point at which
he could be destroyed. Whether or not this was considered or spur of commit suicide. Choosing the moment is debatable, but it is said that this was supposed more heroic option, Penwood waits until the vampires burst through a barricaded door, whereupon he adamantly answers their leader back in the face of death, and, even after being shot ''thrice'', manages to have been her [[BecauseDestinySaysSo destiny all along]]. Cosmo, however, chooses to die not simply to fulfill her purpose, but because she wants to save her friends.detonate a huge stockpile of C4, taking the vampires and the entire building with him.



* Penwood from ''{{Hellsing}}''. As England is being obliterated by Millennium, he comes to the resolution (even though a little persuasion helps) to stay behind and fight to the end with the rest of his colleagues, just to take out however many vampires they can. With him soon being the only living person in the army HQ, he holds a detonator in his hand and looks at a gun Integra gave him so that he could commit suicide. Choosing the more heroic option, Penwood waits until the vampires burst through a barricaded door, whereupon he adamantly answers their leader back in the face of death, and, even after being shot ''thrice'', manages to detonate a huge stockpile of C4, taking the vampires and the entire building with him.
* In ''{{Anime/Robotech}}: [[WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles The Shadow Chronicles]]'', Alex Romero flies his fighter with overloading Synchro-Cannon on board into a bunch of pursuing Shadowfighters. Later Markus throws escape capsule with Maya towads safety and stays behind(rather than call for help) to deter enemy fighters, though this borders with YouShallNotPass situation.

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* Penwood from ''{{Hellsing}}''. As England is being obliterated by Millennium, he comes ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', Yukiteru and [[{{Yandere}} Yuno]] combine this with StarCrossedLovers, as they are two contestants in a survival game in which twelve people attempt to kill each other in order to ascend to the resolution (even though throne of God, using future-telling diaries. There can only be one winner and if a little persuasion helps) winner isn't decided by the time the current God dies (in a few months), the universe will destroy itself. The wrench in those works is that the two of them form an attraction to each other and begin dating, knowing full well that it could very well (and does) come down to one of them needing to kill the other and that there was no way they could really end up together.
* The main characters of ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' spend the show searching for the Flower of Life, and the situation gets so bad that the flowers are their only hope. It turns out that they couldn't find them because they are [[ItWasWithYouAllAlong they are sealed in the heroine]], and the only way to release them is for her to sacrifice herself. After a HesitantSacrifice moment, she resolves GoOutWithASmile in the knowledge that her loved ones will be safe.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'': During the prison break out of [[TheAlcatraz Impel Down]]. Someone had
to stay behind and fight to the end with the rest of his colleagues, just to take out however many vampires they can. With him soon being the only living person in the army HQ, he holds a detonator in his hand and looks at a gun Integra gave him so make sure that he could commit suicide. Choosing the more heroic option, Penwood waits until final obstacle, the vampires burst Gates of Justice, would be open to let everyone else through a barricaded door, whereupon he adamantly answers their leader back in to escape. Mr. 2 Bon Kurei volunteers for the face of death, and, even after being shot ''thrice'', manages role, using his Clone-Clone Fruit powers to detonate a huge stockpile of C4, taking pose as the vampires prison's warden, and gets everyone out just as the entire building with real Warden confronts him.
* In ''{{Anime/Robotech}}: ''Anime/{{Robotech}}: [[WesternAnimation/RobotechTheShadowChronicles The Shadow Chronicles]]'', Alex Romero flies his fighter with overloading Synchro-Cannon on board into a bunch of pursuing Shadowfighters. Later Markus throws escape capsule with Maya towads safety and stays behind(rather than call for help) to deter enemy fighters, though this borders with YouShallNotPass situation.



* ''OnePiece'', during the prison break out of [[TheAlcatraz Impel Down]]. Someone had to stay behind to make sure that the final obstacle, the Gates of Justice, would be open to let everyone else through to escape. Mr. 2 Bon Kurei volunteers for the role, using his Clone-Clone Fruit powers to pose as the prison's warden, and gets everyone out just as the real Warden confronts him.
* The entire last half of the first ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' movie focuses on this.
* At the end of ''[[SpaceBattleshipYamato Farewell Space Battleship Yamato]]'', [[TheCaptain Wildstar]] convinces the scant other surviving crewmembers - Venture, Homer, IQ-9 and some Redshirts - that they do not need to die with him in the final attack on the Comet Empire, and they leave on a medical shuttle. It's implied their spirits or wills to live died with him, however, as the final scene of the movie is [[MindScrew Wildstar totally hallucinating orange images of all his friends, dead or alive, on the bridge.]]
* Happens with twists in ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' at the end of the Cell arc when a depowered Cell tries to blow himself up and take Earth with him. Goku is the only one who knows a teleportation technique that could get rid of Cell, and if he doesn't do it, everyone is screwed. Subverted when Goku realizes that he died for nothing since Cell regenerates... FromASingleCell and CameBackStrong to boot.
* The main characters of ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' spend the show searching for the Flower of Life, and the situation gets so bad that the flowers are their only hope. It turns out that they couldn't find them because they are [[ItWasWithYouAllAlong they are sealed in the heroine]], and the only way to release them is for her to sacrifice herself. After a HesitantSacrifice moment, she resolves GoOutWithASmile in the knowledge that her loved ones will be safe.
* ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', Yukiteru and [[{{Yandere}} Yuno]] combine this with StarCrossedLovers, as they are two contestants in a survival game in which twelve people attempt to kill each other in order to ascend to the throne of God, using future-telling diaries. There can only be one winner and if a winner isn't decided by the time the current God dies (in a few months), the universe will destroy itself. The wrench in those works is that the two of them form an attraction to each other and begin dating, knowing full well that it could very well (and does) come down to one of them needing to kill the other and that there was no way they could really end up together.
* ''Manga/GirlsGoAround'', the final chapter reveals that on their graduation day, one of their group ''will'' die whether it is by accident or [[DrivenToSuicide planned]]. Causeing a time loop and trying to save the one that died last time results in a different one dying. They just can't avoid it.

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* ''OnePiece'', In ''Anime/SonicX'': Cosmo does this during the prison break out of [[TheAlcatraz Impel Down]]. Someone had big [[WhamEpisode series finale]], requiring Tails to stay behind to make sure that shoot the final obstacle, the Gates of Justice, would be open to let everyone else through to escape. Mr. 2 Bon Kurei volunteers for the role, using his Clone-Clone Fruit powers to pose as the prison's warden, Sonic driver, [[AbnormalAmmo which uses Sonic and gets everyone out just Shadow as the real Warden confronts him.
* The entire last half
ammunition]], into her while she is attached to Dark Oak in her adult tree form, thereby weakening him to a point at which he could be destroyed. Whether or not this was considered or spur of the first ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' movie focuses on this.
moment is debatable, but it is said that this was supposed to have been her [[BecauseDestinySaysSo destiny all along]]. Cosmo, however, chooses to die not simply to fulfill her purpose, but because she wants to save her friends.
* At the end of ''[[SpaceBattleshipYamato ''[[Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato Farewell Space Battleship Yamato]]'', [[TheCaptain Wildstar]] convinces the scant other surviving crewmembers - Venture, Homer, IQ-9 and some Redshirts - that they do not need to die with him in the final attack on the Comet Empire, and they leave on a medical shuttle. It's implied their spirits or wills to live died with him, however, as the final scene of the movie is [[MindScrew Wildstar totally hallucinating orange images of all his friends, dead or alive, on the bridge.]]
* Happens A variant of this trope happens in ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', when the team in trapped in the ocean of despair with twists in ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' at the end of the Cell arc when a depowered Cell two minutes 'till they all get crushed to death. At first Yoko tries to blow himself up and take Earth with him. Goku is the only one who knows a teleportation technique that could get rid of Cell, and if he doesn't do it, everyone is screwed. Subverted when Goku realizes that he died for nothing since Cell regenerates... FromASingleCell and CameBackStrong to boot.
* The main characters of ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' spend the show searching
volunteer for the Flower of Life, and the situation gets so bad that the flowers are their only hope. It turns out that they couldn't find them because they are [[ItWasWithYouAllAlong they are sealed in the heroine]], and the only way suicidal mission to release them is for her to sacrifice herself. After a HesitantSacrifice moment, she resolves GoOutWithASmile in the knowledge that her loved ones will be safe.
* ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', Yukiteru and [[{{Yandere}} Yuno]] combine this with StarCrossedLovers, as they are two contestants in a survival game in which twelve people attempt to kill each other in order to ascend to the throne of God, using future-telling diaries. There can only be one winner and if a winner isn't decided by the time the current God dies (in a few months), the universe will
destroy itself. The wrench in those works is the Death Spiral Machine that maintains the two of them form an attraction to each other Ocean, but before she can get the words out, Kittan volunteers, and begin dating, knowing full well shares a LastKiss with Yoko, before going on to do his DyingMomentOfAwesome. He dies without regrets, his last thoughts being that it could very well (and does) come down to one of them needing to kill the other and that there was no way they could really end up together.
* ''Manga/GirlsGoAround'', the final chapter reveals that on their graduation day, one of their group ''will'' die whether it is by accident or [[DrivenToSuicide planned]]. Causeing a time loop and trying to save the one that died last time results
going out in a different one dying. They just can't avoid it.blaze of Spiral energy is "not bad at all."



* Ferro Lad in the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'' sacrificed himself to destroy the Sun-Eater. This happened in both in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} comic book and the animated series; he also attempted it in the post-Zero Hour continuity but was intercepted.

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* Ferro Lad in the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'' Super-Heroes}}'':
** Ferro Lad
sacrificed himself to destroy the Sun-Eater. This happened in both in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} comic book and the animated series; he also attempted it in the post-Zero Hour continuity but was intercepted.



* When Beast of the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' discovered the cure to the Legacy Virus, for some reason the first person to take it would die, but then it would spread throughout the world via air. Colossus took it and died. Don't worry, he got better.

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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''
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When Beast of the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' the discovered the cure to the Legacy Virus, for some reason the first person to take it would die, but then it would spread throughout the world via air. Colossus took it and died. Don't worry, he got better.better.
** The Phoenix storyline started out with Jean Grey volunteering to get the X-Men back to earth by piloting an unshielded space shuttle through a lethal solar flare. What happened at that point is [[RetCon subject to debate]], but it's fair to say only a miracle kept her alive.
*** In a ''WhatIf'' story where Jean never became Phoenix, the Shi'ar want to destroy Earth's sun, where the Phoenix has settled. To avert this, Cyclops volunteers to become the Phoenix's host and then let the Shi'ar kill him; just before he can go through with it Nightcrawler [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocks him over the head and takes his place as the sacrifice]].
** Brought UpToEleven when nine X-Men had to die in ''Fall of the Mutants''. Needless to say, DeathIsCheap.
** Subverted and combined with Tonight Someone Dies in ComicBook/XStatix. The Anarchist chooses to stay behind on a shuttle (because only two people could escape from it) by using his sweat to manipulate a die roll. The subversion comes when they rescue him anyway. [[spoiler: Then The Spike and U-Go Girl die anyway]].



** The whole deal was (or was later retconned into being anyway) part of a plan on The Grandmaster's part to ultimately [[spoiler: obtain true immortality for all of the Elders]].
* The ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'''s Phoenix storyline started out with Jean Grey volunteering to get the X-Men back to earth by piloting an unshielded space shuttle through a lethal solar flare. What happened at that point is [[RetCon subject to debate]], but it's fair to say only a miracle kept her alive.
** In a ''WhatIf'' story where Jean never became Phoenix, the Shi'ar want to destroy Earth's sun, where the Phoenix has settled. To avert this, Cyclops volunteers to become the Phoenix's host and then let the Shi'ar kill him; just before he can go through with it Nightcrawler [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocks him over the head and takes his place as the sacrifice]].

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** * The whole deal was (or was later retconned into being anyway) part of a plan on The Grandmaster's part to ultimately [[spoiler: obtain true immortality for all of the Elders]].
* The ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'''s Phoenix storyline started out with Jean Grey volunteering to get the X-Men back to earth by piloting an unshielded space shuttle through a lethal solar flare. What happened at that point is [[RetCon subject to debate]], but it's fair to say only a miracle kept her alive.
** In a ''WhatIf'' story where Jean never became Phoenix, the Shi'ar want to destroy Earth's sun, where the Phoenix has settled. To avert this, Cyclops volunteers to become the Phoenix's host and then let the Shi'ar kill him; just before he can go through with it Nightcrawler [[MoreExpendableThanYou knocks him over the head and takes his place as the sacrifice]].
Elders]].



* Brought UpToEleven when nine ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' had to die in ''Fall of the Mutants''. Needless to say, DeathIsCheap.



* Subverted and combined with Tonight Someone Dies in ComicBook/XStatix. The Anarchist chooses to stay behind on a shuttle (because only two people could escape from it) by using his sweat to manipulate a die roll. The subversion comes when they rescue him anyway. [[spoiler: Then The Spike and U-Go Girl die anyway]].
2nd Apr '17 3:07:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Persona 3}}'' features a rather sadistic twist on this trope: Ryoji, who turns out to be the herald of the AnthropomorphicPersonification of death, willingly offers to let SEES destroy him -- an act that will rob you of all your memories of the Dark Hour and allow your deaths to come instantaneously, painlessly and unexpected when said personification finally descends to Earth and annihilates all life upon it -- in order to save you all from what he views as needless suffering from futilely trying to ScrewDestiny.
** And then played completely straight when the MainCharacter sacrifices himself to stop said AnthropomorphicPersonification from killing everyone.

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* ''{{Persona 3}}'' features a ''VideoGame/Persona3'':
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rather sadistic twist on this trope: Ryoji, who turns out to be the herald of the AnthropomorphicPersonification of death, willingly offers to let SEES destroy him -- an act that will rob you of all your memories of the Dark Hour and allow your deaths to come instantaneously, painlessly and unexpected when said personification finally descends to Earth and annihilates all life upon it -- in order to save you all from what he views as needless suffering from futilely trying to ScrewDestiny.
** And then played Played completely straight when the MainCharacter sacrifices himself to stop said AnthropomorphicPersonification from killing everyone.
8th Feb '17 3:15:00 AM OldBen
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** And in the prologue of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon]]'', you have to sacrifice one of your units to [[YouShallNotPass decoy Jiol away from Marth.]]

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** And in the prologue of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragonAndTheBladeOfLight Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon]]'', you have to sacrifice one of your units to [[YouShallNotPass decoy Jiol away from Marth.]]]] [[spoiler: However, the sequel reveals this was actually {{subverted|Trope}}: Frey (who was the canon sacrifice) was attacked and LeftForDead, but survived and was rescued by nearby villagers. [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration Which explains why you couldn't revive him with Aum staff.]]]]
21st Dec '16 12:19:01 AM Xtifr
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* ''[[Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain The Black Cauldron]]'' - The undead-creating cauldron in the book can only be destroyed by a living person willingly crawling into it, shattering the cauldron and killing themselves. In the Disney film (very) loosely based on the book, they manage to [[DisneyDeath bring back the one who made this sacrifice]].

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* ''[[Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain ''[[Literature/TheChroniclesOfPrydain The Black Cauldron]]'' - The undead-creating cauldron in the book can only be destroyed by a living person willingly crawling into it, shattering the cauldron and killing themselves. In the Disney film (very) loosely based on the book, they manage to [[DisneyDeath bring back the one who made this sacrifice]].
29th Nov '16 7:25:06 PM Mhazard
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* Literature/TheBible: Jesus had to die and suffer punishment for mankind's sins, in order to make it possible for people to be saved and not have to suffer punishment for their own sins. His ressurection is proof that his sacrifice was sufficient.

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* Literature/TheBible: Jesus had to die and suffer punishment for mankind's sins, in order to make it possible for people to be saved and not have to suffer punishment for their own sins. [[BackFromTheDead His ressurection resurrection]] is proof that his sacrifice was sufficient.
30th Oct '16 3:59:41 PM nombretomado
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* In an early episode of ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'', Hera binds Prometheus to a rock (apparently, in this reality, that didn't happen to him already) which robs humanity of the gifts he gave them, including fire and the ability to heal themselves (meaning even a wound as small as a paper cut could be deadly). Xena gets ahold of a sword capable of severing the chains, but then [[HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys Hercules]] suddenly shows up to try to stop her, insisting on doing it himself. Gabriel and Iolaus think at first that the two are trying to show each other up, but then the true reason comes out: If the sword strikes something forged by Hephaestus, like the chains binding Prometheus, the one striking it is burned to ashes, meaning it can't be done without someone sacrificing himself. Xena is willing to knock Hercules out to prevent him from doing it, as she sees herself as more expendable, but [[spoiler:they are able to do it without either of them actually holding the sword, because ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks; well, actually, the only reason they managed to do it that way was because Hera sent some flying monsters to try to stop them, the fight giving them the right angle, so NiceJobFixingItVillain.]]

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* In an early episode of ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'', Hera binds Prometheus to a rock (apparently, in this reality, that didn't happen to him already) which robs humanity of the gifts he gave them, including fire and the ability to heal themselves (meaning even a wound as small as a paper cut could be deadly). Xena gets ahold of a sword capable of severing the chains, but then [[HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys [[Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys Hercules]] suddenly shows up to try to stop her, insisting on doing it himself. Gabriel and Iolaus think at first that the two are trying to show each other up, but then the true reason comes out: If the sword strikes something forged by Hephaestus, like the chains binding Prometheus, the one striking it is burned to ashes, meaning it can't be done without someone sacrificing himself. Xena is willing to knock Hercules out to prevent him from doing it, as she sees herself as more expendable, but [[spoiler:they are able to do it without either of them actually holding the sword, because ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks; well, actually, the only reason they managed to do it that way was because Hera sent some flying monsters to try to stop them, the fight giving them the right angle, so NiceJobFixingItVillain.]]
16th Oct '16 3:32:11 PM nombretomado
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* At one point in ''[[FireEmblem Fire Emblem 4]]'', Julius and Ishtar run out onto the field to see who can kill one of Celice's troops first. They won't leave until they kill someone or you manage to defeat one of them. Considering their godly stats and super powerful tomes, if you're not extremely careful, you might find your little guys pulling straws.

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* At one point in ''[[FireEmblem ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral Fire Emblem 4]]'', Julius and Ishtar run out onto the field to see who can kill one of Celice's troops first. They won't leave until they kill someone or you manage to defeat one of them. Considering their godly stats and super powerful tomes, if you're not extremely careful, you might find your little guys pulling straws.
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