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13th Sep '17 8:24:47 AM hujwernoo
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** [[spoiler:Rin's death]] is what would directly motivate Obito into becoming the masked man known as [[BigBad Tobi]]. Her capture is what would inevitably lead to Obito's "death" and land him into the clutches of Madara. Made even worse with TheReveal that the trope was deliberately invoked by [[spoiler:Madara. He was the real mastermind behind Rin's capture and death (Kakashi being the one to actually finish her off was a bonus). The sole reason he targeted Rin was so he could drive Obito into despair and make him his pawn.]]

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** [[spoiler:Rin's death]] is what would directly motivate Obito [[spoiler: Obito]] into becoming the masked man known as [[BigBad Tobi]]. Her capture is what would inevitably lead to Obito's his "death" and land him into the clutches of Madara. Made even worse with TheReveal that the trope was deliberately invoked by [[spoiler:Madara. He was the real mastermind behind Rin's capture and death (Kakashi being the one to actually finish her off was a bonus). The sole reason he targeted Rin was so he could drive Obito into despair and make him his pawn.]]
5th Sep '17 6:01:16 AM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series so the viewers are forced to imagine they were good friends and we simply never saw them act as such onscreen, but it's made even more egregious by the fact Ruby's eyes did not shine even a little bit upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that some have pointed out that the season's ending would have been nearly the same had Pyrrha survived, and most of Volume 4 would have too with only a few differences in the over all story, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, not helped by the fact that many felt that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]

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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series so the viewers are forced to imagine they were good friends and we simply never saw them act as such onscreen, but it's made even more egregious by the fact Ruby's eyes did not shine even a little bit upon seeing her friend Penny die or see seeing that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that some have pointed out that the season's ending would have been nearly the same had Pyrrha survived, survived and Ruby's eyes were shining as a result of seeing her friend in mortal peril, and most of Volume 4 would have too with only a few differences in the over all story, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, not helped by the fact that many felt have commented that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]
4th Sep '17 2:02:36 PM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series so the viewers are forced to imagine they were good friends and we simply never saw them act as such onscreen, but it's made even more egregious by the fact Ruby's eyes did not shine even a little bit upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that some have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, with only a few differences, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, not helped by the fact that many felt that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]

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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series so the viewers are forced to imagine they were good friends and we simply never saw them act as such onscreen, but it's made even more egregious by the fact Ruby's eyes did not shine even a little bit upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that some have pointed out that the season's ending could would have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, and most of Volume 4 would have too with only a few differences, differences in the over all story, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, not helped by the fact that many felt that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]
4th Sep '17 1:02:00 PM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that some have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, with only a few differences, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, not helped by the fact that many felt that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]

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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, series so the viewers are forced to imagine they were good friends and we simply never saw them act as such onscreen, but it's made even more egregious by the fact Ruby's eyes did not shine even a little bit upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that some have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, with only a few differences, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, not helped by the fact that many felt that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]
4th Sep '17 1:00:06 PM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and was flat out TheScrappy to some, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, with only a few differences, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, and with many feeling that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being a mentor, love interest, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to her death, making it seem like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars ThisVeryWiki.]]

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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and to some was flat out TheScrappy to some, TheScrappy, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many some have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, with only a few differences, so some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character, and with not helped by the fact that many feeling felt that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being an ignored love interest, mentor, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to being killed off, making it feel like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being a mentor, love interest, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to her death, making it seem like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars on ThisVeryWiki.]]
4th Sep '17 12:54:24 PM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and a flat out TheScrappy to some, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, so it felt like her death was done simply for the sake of killing off another character. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it, and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action.]]

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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also clearly done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and a was flat out TheScrappy to some, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, with only a few differences, so it felt like some feel as though her death was done simply for shock value and the sake of killing off another character.character, and with many feeling that her death came off as being needlessly cruel. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. What makes this worse is the fact that after [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter Pyrrha had spent most of Volumes 1 and 2 being a mentor, love interest, and a slight satellite character to Jaune, she had just started to truly be fleshed out as a character just a handful of episodes prior to her death, making it seem like her character arc was cut abruptly short by her death.]] The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it, it and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action.action. It even got to the point of causing arguments on various sites on whether it was an example of this trope or not, including EditWars ThisVeryWiki.]]
3rd Sep '17 3:58:03 PM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivation for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and a flat out TheScrappy to some, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, so it felt like her death was done simply for the sake of killing off another character. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it, and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action.]]

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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivation motivations for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and a flat out TheScrappy to some, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, so it felt like her death was done simply for the sake of killing off another character. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. While her body is never put on display, the affect and outcome essentially the bill for this trope, considering the impact it had on Ruby. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it, and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action.]]
3rd Sep '17 3:32:36 PM EverythingisAwful
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* [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]] in ''{{RWBY}}'' [[spoiler:sends her partner and crush Jaune Arc away and goes to fight the series' villain, Cinder Fall, but her motivation for doing so come off as incredibly confused and contrived to many. After she is defeated by Cinder, she's burned into ashes for no real reason other than to emotionally devastate Ruby and activate the special powers of her eyes, which comes off as an odd move considering the fact that Ruby and Pyrrha barely ever interacted over the 30 plus episodes of the series, and Ruby's eyes did not shine upon seeing her friend Penny die or see that her sister's arm had been cut off. What makes it worse is how her death was also done to affect Jaune, a character who was already a BaseBreaker to many and a flat out TheScrappy to some, to give him motivation and angst in the coming volumes. It's not helped by the fact that many have pointed out that the season's ending could have been nearly exactly the same had Pyrrha survived, so it felt like her death was done simply for the sake of killing off another character. The fact that in Volume 4, Jaune and Ruby are the only ones who seem affected by her death while Ren and Nora, her other teammates, only bring her up once and very subtly at that, not even mentioning her name, doesn't help matters either. The death was and remains incredibly controversial and many were angered by it, and many who were critical of the scene have pointed out that her death feels very much like this trope in action.]]
19th Aug '17 5:35:02 PM LinTaylor
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** ''Series/KamenRiderV3'' started it all, with Shiro Kazami losing his parents and little sister to Destron, which prompts him to become V3 in the first place.



** And ''Series/KamenRiderV3'' is the earliest user of this trope. His parents and sister being murdered by Destron is his main drive in the series.

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** And ''Series/KamenRiderV3'' is ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'': In the earliest user show's backstory, Hiiro's girlfriend Saki was killed off by the Bugster Virus, which not only motivates him in general but gives him a specific hatred of this trope. His parents and sister being murdered by Destron is his main drive Graphite, the Bugster born from her death. [[spoiler:Tragically, he has to go through it ''again'' later in the series.series, when BigBad Masamune Dan dangles the possibility of Saki being brought back to life under Hiiro's nose. He spends several episodes in the throes of a FaceHeelTurn[[note]]During which time a half-complete Saki is present in Genm Corp. headquarters repeating her LastWords over and over[[/note]], but eventually realizes that it's wrong to betray his Hippocratic Oath just for the sake of his own happiness and turns on Dan, who erases Saki's data out of spite.]]
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