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23rd Oct '17 4:11:23 AM LentilSandEater
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** ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'': The Death Star, again.
** ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'': The Fed battleship ''and'' Naboo Palace.

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** ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'': The Death Star, again.
again. Luke allows himself to be captured and taken aboard in a gambit to save his father, and the Rebels attack the battle station directly.
** ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'': In the climax the Naboo starfighter fleet attacks The Fed Trade Federation battleship ''and'' and the rest of the heroes take back Naboo Palace.



** ''Film/TheForceAwakens'': Starkiller Base
** ''Film/RogueOne'': The Imperial Archives

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** ''Film/TheForceAwakens'': Rey and co. invade Starkiller Base
Base in order to stop the First Order from blowing up the Alliance's current home planet [[spoiler: they fail to save the Alliance but do blow the base up.]]
** ''Film/RogueOne'': The eponymous Rogue One team infiltrate The Imperial ArchivesArchives in order to steal the plans for the Death Star, they succeed, [[spoiler: [[KillEmAll just.]]]]
20th Oct '17 9:31:16 AM Gamermaster
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* Used realistically in ''Film/LordOfTheRings''. The orcs storm castles on three different occasions. The orcs only ever get as far as they do because they vastly outnumber the defenders, occasionally have superior equipment to break down barriers, and soak up a huge amount of casualties just to achieve victory, not that they care about individual lives. Even then, they only manage one victory and lose twice ([[spoiler: Osgiliath, Helm's Deep and Minas Tirith, respectively]]). And they only lose due to reinforcements for the defenders. In another instance, Frodo and Sam are the ones actually doing the storming, but all the fighting is done by the diversionary force led by [[SupportingLeader Aragorn]].

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* Used realistically in ''Film/LordOfTheRings''. The orcs storm castles on three different occasions. The orcs only ever get as far as they do because they vastly outnumber the defenders, occasionally have superior equipment to break down barriers, and soak up a huge amount of casualties just to achieve victory, not that they care about individual lives. Even then, they only manage one victory and lose twice ([[spoiler: Osgiliath, ([[spoiler:Osgiliath, Helm's Deep and Minas Tirith, respectively]]). And they only lose due to reinforcements for the defenders. In another instance, Frodo and Sam are the ones actually doing the storming, but all the fighting is done by the diversionary force led by [[SupportingLeader Aragorn]].
28th Sep '17 7:51:07 PM azbyc15243
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'': Assaulting the Shinra Building, [[BestLevelEver the most awesome stretch of the game]]. Later in the game, you storm the city itself, and can revisit the Shinra Building, but this bit's only necessary if you want one character's ultimate weapon.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'': Assaulting the Shinra Building, [[BestLevelEver the most awesome stretch of the game]]. Later in the game, you storm the city itself, and can revisit the Shinra Building, but this bit's only necessary if you want one character's ultimate weapon.''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':


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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'': Assaulting the Shinra Building, [[BestLevelEver the most awesome stretch of the game]]. Later in the game, you storm the city itself, and can revisit the Shinra Building, but this bit's only necessary if you want one character's ultimate weapon.
26th Sep '17 10:46:43 AM DustSnitch
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* ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'': [[BadassPrincess Marianne]] fights her way through the goblin infested Dark Forest and smashes through the skylight of the Bog King's castle to save her sister.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'': [[BadassPrincess Marianne]] Marianne fights her way through the goblin infested Dark Forest and smashes through the skylight of the Bog King's castle to save her sister.
22nd Aug '17 8:05:10 PM Willbyr
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10th Aug '17 5:02:15 PM Daethalion
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** In the second villain arc, Tenchi, Ayeka, and Mihoshi storm Dr. Clay's ship to rescue Ryoko.

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** In the second villain arc, Tenchi, Ayeka, and Mihoshi storm Dr. Clay's ship to rescue Ryoko.Ryoko and Washu (although Washu was only there [[{{Troll}} to mess with Dr. Clay]]).
10th Aug '17 5:00:03 PM Daethalion
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* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' features several examples.
** The first villain arc ends with a sequence in which Tenchi, Ryoko, and Mihoshi storm Kagato's flagship to rescue Ayeka.
** In the second villain arc, Tenchi, Ayeka, and Mihoshi storm Dr. Clay's ship to rescue Ryoko.
** The TV series climaxes with a multi-pronged assault on Jurai (first the planet, then the palace) to remove Kagato from the emperor's throne. [[RunningGag And rescue Ayeka.]]
5th Aug '17 6:18:56 AM StFan
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* In ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Big Barda assault Apokolips to rescue Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}.

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* In ''Comicbook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', ''ComicBook/TheSupergirlFromKrypton'', Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Big Barda assault Apokolips to rescue Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}.



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* ''FanFic/JewelOfDarkness'': The Jump City arc ends with TheStarscream leading the Titans to Midnight's lair, allowing them to catch her off guard. When the battle is over, [[spoiler: Slade appears to drag the badly-wounded Midnight away]] and the base [[CollapsingLair self-destructs]].

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* ''FanFic/JewelOfDarkness'': ''Fanfic/JewelOfDarkness'': The Jump City arc ends with TheStarscream leading the Titans to Midnight's lair, allowing them to catch her off guard. When the battle is over, [[spoiler: Slade appears to drag the badly-wounded Midnight away]] and the base [[CollapsingLair self-destructs]].



* ''FanFic/QueenOfAllOni'' features a rare villain-on-villain example. When EvilSorcerer [[SmugSnake Lung]] captures Jade's astral form and tries to torture her into serving him, her Shadowkhan [[CoDragons Dragons]] Left and Right track down his fortress (with some anonymous aid from [[VillainousRescue Tarakudo]]), and proceed to [[CurbStompBattle curb stomp]] everything he puts in their way.

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* ''FanFic/QueenOfAllOni'' ''Fanfic/QueenOfAllOni'' features a rare villain-on-villain example. When EvilSorcerer [[SmugSnake Lung]] captures Jade's astral form and tries to torture her into serving him, her Shadowkhan [[CoDragons Dragons]] Left and Right track down his fortress (with some anonymous aid from [[VillainousRescue Tarakudo]]), and proceed to [[CurbStompBattle curb stomp]] everything he puts in their way.



** Twice in ''The Inevitable Takeover'' -- first, Dib and Tak lead [[LaResistance the Group]] in attacking Zim's base in order to stop his wedding to Gaz. This fails, since not only does Gaz not ''want'' to be saved (and she gives Dib a pretty brutal HannibalLecture to prove it), but Zim completely kicks Tak's ass.\\
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** Twice in ''The Inevitable Takeover'' -- first, Dib and Tak lead [[LaResistance the Group]] in attacking Zim's base in order to stop his wedding to Gaz. This fails, since not only does Gaz not ''want'' to be saved (and she gives Dib a pretty brutal HannibalLecture to prove it), but Zim completely kicks Tak's ass.\\
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* ''FanFic/TheImmortalGame'': After the [[LesCollaborateurs Royals]] manage to [[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs invade their base]], the [[LaResistance Loyalists]] retaliate by attacking the royal palace so the Mane Six can defeat Prince Empyrean as part of a larger plan to [[spoiler: restore Celestia's power]] and draw out [[BigBad Titan]] for what they hope will be the FinalBattle. [[spoiler: That last part doesn't work out that well.]]

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* ''FanFic/TheImmortalGame'': ''Fanfic/TheImmortalGame'': After the [[LesCollaborateurs Royals]] manage to [[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs invade their base]], the [[LaResistance Loyalists]] retaliate by attacking the royal palace so the Mane Six can defeat Prince Empyrean as part of a larger plan to [[spoiler: restore Celestia's power]] and draw out [[BigBad Titan]] for what they hope will be the FinalBattle. [[spoiler: That last part doesn't work out that well.]]



* The ''FanFic/PonyPOVSeries'' actually has this as the title of one chapter in the [[BadFuture Dark World]] arc. Specifically, the one where the Dark World Elements of Harmony do exactly as the name suggests and begin their attack on [[BigBad Discord]]'s castle.

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* The ''FanFic/PonyPOVSeries'' ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'' actually has this as the title of one chapter in the [[BadFuture Dark World]] arc. Specifically, the one where the Dark World Elements of Harmony do exactly as the name suggests and begin their attack on [[BigBad Discord]]'s castle.



* ''FanFic/FriendshipIsAura'': Lucario, the Mane Six, and Luna, head to the Gates of Tartarus in order to [[spoiler: rescue Celestia]]. Though Lucario and Luna end up being the only ones to actually enter, since the Mane Six are needed to [[YouShallNotPass prevent]] any more of [[BigBad Lord Tartarus]]' {{Mooks}} from escaping.

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* ''FanFic/FriendshipIsAura'': ''Fanfic/FriendshipIsAura'': Lucario, the Mane Six, and Luna, head to the Gates of Tartarus in order to [[spoiler: rescue Celestia]]. Though Lucario and Luna end up being the only ones to actually enter, since the Mane Six are needed to [[YouShallNotPass prevent]] any more of [[BigBad Lord Tartarus]]' {{Mooks}} from escaping.



* ''[[FanFic/MLPNextGenerationKnowFear MLP Next Generation: Know Fear!]]'': After [[spoiler: Sunny Skies' death]], Starburst becomes so enraged at the war and all the pointless death that she [[OneManArmy singlehandedly]] assaults the griffon capital and goes after [[TheEmperor Emperor]] [[BigBad Stratus]] himself personally. She actually comes within a hairsbreadth of [[HeWhoFightsMonsters killing him in cold blood]], until his EvilGloating makes her realize she's become NotSoDifferent from him. [[spoiler: And then [[TheStarscream Nox/Shadow Wing]] kills him anyway to make him a martyr and frame Star.]]

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* ''[[FanFic/MLPNextGenerationKnowFear MLP Next Generation: Know Fear!]]'': ''Fanfic/MLPNextGenerationKnowFear '': After [[spoiler: Sunny Skies' death]], Starburst becomes so enraged at the war and all the pointless death that she [[OneManArmy singlehandedly]] assaults the griffon capital and goes after [[TheEmperor Emperor]] [[BigBad Stratus]] himself personally. She actually comes within a hairsbreadth of [[HeWhoFightsMonsters killing him in cold blood]], until his EvilGloating makes her realize she's become NotSoDifferent from him. [[spoiler: And then [[TheStarscream Nox/Shadow Wing]] kills him anyway to make him a martyr and frame Star.]]



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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}'' first did this with an oil rig in the Pacific Ocean, and later on with a casino in Italy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}'' ''WesternAnimation/Cars2'' first did this with an oil rig in the Pacific Ocean, and later on with a casino in Italy.



--> '''Miracle Max''': Have fun storming the castle!
--> '''Valerie''': ''(quietly, to Max)'' Think it'll work?
--> '''Miracle Max''': ''(quietly, to Valerie)'' It'll take a miracle. ''(enthusiastic again)'' Bye bye!

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--> -->'''Miracle Max:''' Have fun storming the castle!\\
'''Valerie:''' ''[quietly, to Max]'' Think it'll work?\\
'''Miracle Max''': Have fun storming the castle!
--> '''Valerie''': ''(quietly,
Max:''' ''[quietly, to Max)'' Think it'll work?
--> '''Miracle Max''': ''(quietly, to Valerie)''
Valerie]'' It'll take a miracle. ''(enthusiastic again)'' ''[enthusiastic again]'' Bye bye!



* In ''Film/{{United 93}}'', the cockpit door eventually gets broken down by civilians, who desperately try to wrestle the controls away from the al-Qaeda terrorists. Since the whole film is a ForegoneConclusion based on the RealLife September 11 terrorist attacks, everybody knows how this will end.

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* In ''Film/{{United 93}}'', ''Film/United93'', the cockpit door eventually gets broken down by civilians, who desperately try to wrestle the controls away from the al-Qaeda terrorists. Since the whole film is a ForegoneConclusion based on the RealLife September 11 terrorist attacks, everybody knows how this will end.



* The first and second ''Film/{{X-Men}}'' movies follow the trope, while the third one [[InvertedTrope inverts it]].

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* %%* The first and second ''Film/{{X-Men}}'' ''Film/XMen'' movies follow the trope, while the third one [[InvertedTrope inverts it]].



* Subverted in ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''. The knights are gearing up to storm "ze outrrrrageous" French guy's castle... [[spoiler:and end up getting arrested. The End.]]

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* Subverted in ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''. The ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'':
** Subverted: the
knights are gearing up to storm "ze outrrrrageous" French guy's castle... [[spoiler:and end up getting arrested. The End.]]



---> '''Arthur''': RUN AWAAAAYYY!!!

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---> '''Arthur''': --->'''Arthur:''' RUN AWAAAAYYY!!!



* ''Film/{{Willow}}'', ''Film/{{Krull}}'', ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'', ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''... basically every 80s fantasy movie was required to end this way.

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* ''Film/{{Willow}}'', ''Film/{{Krull}}'', ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'', ''Film/{{Legend|1985}}'', ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''... basically every 80s '80s fantasy movie was required to end this way.



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** In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'', it happens multiple times; assaulting Regret's temple, assaulting the Library, a very special case of assaulting the government towers of High Charity (starting from the ''inside''), storming Delta Halo's Control Room, etc.
** It goes even crazier in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', which involves assaulting a Covenant-controlled city, followed by storming a Flood-controlled cruiser, then storming the communications relay held by Truth's remaining forces, and ''then'' storming the Flood-controlled High Charity. You also storm yet ''another'' Halo Control Room.

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** In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'', ''VideoGame/Halo2'', it happens multiple times; assaulting Regret's temple, assaulting the Library, a very special case of assaulting the government towers of High Charity (starting from the ''inside''), storming Delta Halo's Control Room, etc.
** It goes even crazier in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', ''VideoGame/Halo3'', which involves assaulting a Covenant-controlled city, followed by storming a Flood-controlled cruiser, then storming the communications relay held by Truth's remaining forces, and ''then'' storming the Flood-controlled High Charity. You also storm yet ''another'' Halo Control Room.



** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 1}}'' has the attack on the Photosphere.
** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 2}}'' has you attacking the Heimdal Gazzo at the end of Disc 1.
** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 3}}'' has you taking down the Yggdrasil and Deus Ex Machina in the end of Chapters 2 and 3, respectively.
** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 4}}'' has you storming the Garra de Leon to rescue a comrade.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 1}}'' ''VideoGame/WildArms1'' has the attack on the Photosphere.
** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 2}}'' ''VideoGame/WildArms2'' has you attacking the Heimdal Gazzo at the end of Disc 1.
** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 3}}'' ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' has you taking down the Yggdrasil and Deus Ex Machina in the end of Chapters 2 and 3, respectively.
** ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 4}}'' ''VideoGame/WildArms4'' has you storming the Garra de Leon to rescue a comrade.



* The second half of ''{{Freelancer}}'' is essentially [[SerialEscalation one string of Castle Storms after another]]. First, you attack Governor Tekagi's fortress to retrieve the Proteus Tome. Then you attack a secret Rheinland shipyard with battleships under construction, guarded by ''seven'' capital ships. Then you attack a secret jail in the Alaska system guarded by the entire LSF. Then you attack a Nomad installation to retrieve a power cell. The game ends with an attack on the [[spoiler:Nomad]] home system, complete with [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyson_sphere Dyson sphere]].
** Sadly overshadowed predecessor ''{{Starlancer}}'' has several missions that could fit the trope, even if you only count the ones where your task is to run interference for a boarding party and/or a cargo lifter trying to gain entry to the target, as opposed to simply blowing it up.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Freelancer}}'':
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The second half of ''{{Freelancer}}'' the game is essentially [[SerialEscalation one string of Castle Storms after another]]. First, you attack Governor Tekagi's fortress to retrieve the Proteus Tome. Then you attack a secret Rheinland shipyard with battleships under construction, guarded by ''seven'' capital ships. Then you attack a secret jail in the Alaska system guarded by the entire LSF. Then you attack a Nomad installation to retrieve a power cell. The game ends with an attack on the [[spoiler:Nomad]] home system, complete with [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyson_sphere Dyson sphere]].
** Sadly overshadowed predecessor ''{{Starlancer}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Starlancer}}'' has several missions that could fit the trope, even if you only count the ones where your task is to run interference for a boarding party and/or a cargo lifter trying to gain entry to the target, as opposed to simply blowing it up.



* The ''StarWars: [[VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga Dark Forces]]'' series is all about storming bases. Be it Imperial battle cruisers, smuggler's hideouts, Sith temples or criminal kingpin outposts, you name it, you'll storm it.
** Same goes for the KnightsOfTheOldRepublic games, with the most impressive stormings being the Star Forge and Malachor. The temple of Freedon Nadd on Dxun and the storming of the Onderon palace also come to mind. And they happen at the same time.
* Seeing as most ''FireEmblem'' games start with your main character being driven from their castle and kingdom, one can expect lots of literal StormingTheCastle missions to take back the throne in each game. However, these examples are rarely TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.

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The ''StarWars: [[VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga Dark Forces]]'' ''VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga'' series is all about storming bases. Be it Imperial battle cruisers, smuggler's hideouts, Sith temples or criminal kingpin outposts, you name it, you'll storm it.
** Same goes for the KnightsOfTheOldRepublic ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' games, with the most impressive stormings being the Star Forge and Malachor. The temple of Freedon Nadd on Dxun and the storming of the Onderon palace also come to mind. And they happen at the same time.
* Seeing as most ''FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' games start with your main character being driven from their castle and kingdom, one can expect lots of literal StormingTheCastle missions to take back the throne in each game. However, these examples are rarely TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.



* In the [[MultipleEndings Grand Route]] of GirlsLove VisualNovel ''VisualNovel/AoiShiro'', Syouko and Nami storm the titular Blue Castle, which counts as ToHellAndBack.
* The final mission in ''SilentStorm'' is to storm the [[spoiler:THO]] headquarters with a squad of ''six''. Most levels also include storming some sort of fortress.

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* In the [[MultipleEndings Grand Route]] of GirlsLove VisualNovel ''VisualNovel/AoiShiro'', Syouko and Nami storm the titular Blue Castle, which counts as ToHellAndBack.
* The final mission in ''SilentStorm'' ''VideoGame/SilentStorm'' is to storm the [[spoiler:THO]] headquarters with a squad of ''six''. Most levels also include storming some sort of fortress.



* {{VisualNovel/Seinarukana}} has you and your band of TrueCompanions storming numerous final strongholds of whichever enemies you find on the world you happen to be on.



* In ''GhostRecon: Advanced Warfighter'', after bailing out of a helicopter and being separated from his teammates, Cpt. Mitchell has to storm Chapultepec Castle [[OneManArmy solo]].

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* In ''GhostRecon: Advanced Warfighter'', ''VideoGame/GhostReconAdvancedWarfighter'', after bailing out of a helicopter and being separated from his teammates, Cpt. Mitchell has to storm Chapultepec Castle [[OneManArmy solo]].



* ''VisualNovel/AnOctaveHigher'' has Franz, Elise, Aretha storming [[spoiler:the Maison de Bouvoire]] in order to rescue [[spoiler:Frederic]] from the clutches of [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized Libertad.]] It happens again in [[MultipleEndings the true ending]], when [[spoiler:Elise must storm the Libertad-occupied Conservatoire to stop BigBad Amadeus from executing an important hostage]].



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* In the [[MultipleEndings Grand Route]] of GirlsLove VisualNovel ''VisualNovel/AoiShiro'', Syouko and Nami storm the titular Blue Castle, which counts as ToHellAndBack.
* ''VisualNovel/{{Seinarukana}}'' has you and your band of TrueCompanions storming numerous final strongholds of whichever enemies you find on the world you happen to be on.
* ''VisualNovel/AnOctaveHigher'' has Franz, Elise, Aretha storming [[spoiler:the Maison de Bouvoire]] in order to rescue [[spoiler:Frederic]] from the clutches of [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized Libertad.]] It happens again in [[MultipleEndings the true ending]], when [[spoiler:Elise must storm the Libertad-occupied Conservatoire to stop BigBad Amadeus from executing an important hostage]].
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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' opens with the titular heroes heading into the Dungeon of Dorukan to defeat an evil lich. In fact, this was the original concept before things [[CerebusSyndrome got complicated]]. Later, [[BigBad Xykon]] has to invade his old tower to win it back from the good creatures that took over in his absence.

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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
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Later, [[BigBad Xykon]] has to invade his old tower to win it back from the good creatures that took over in his absence.



* [[Webcomic/LookingForGroup "Good Evening. This is a diversion."]]

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* Jonas suggests this strategy in the ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' episode "Storm The Castle," but in the end they use a different tactic.

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Jonas suggests this strategy in the ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' the episode "Storm The Castle," but in the end they use a different tactic.






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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' Lelouch and Suzaku attack the flying fortress Damocles in the finale of the second season. Another one happened in the later half of the first, with Suzaku storming the fortress of a secondary terrorist group, which ended in failure when his mecha ran out of power... Until Lelouch [[BigDamnHeroes swooped in with a spare battery and together they utterly stomped the remaining forces]].

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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' ''Anime/CodeGeass'': Lelouch and Suzaku attack the flying fortress Damocles in the finale of the second season. Another one happened in the later half of the first, with Suzaku storming the fortress of a secondary terrorist group, which ended in failure when his mecha ran out of power... Until Lelouch [[BigDamnHeroes swooped in with a spare battery and together they utterly stomped the remaining forces]].
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