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6th Sep '17 4:11:46 AM Maddoxsort
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* ''Series/{{Gunsmoke}}'': In the second made-for-TV movie, Matt Dillon got married. Unfortunately, his TV wife, Michael Learned, did not want to return for another movie, so at the start of the next TV movie, we learn her character died of the fever. [[YankTheDogsChain And just when you thought ONE Western]] [[CartwrightCurse would let somebody enjoy lasting happiness with a beloved.]]
28th May '17 11:05:26 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones: After being introduced in Season 5, Doran Martell and his son, Trystane, were killed off by Ellaria and the Sand Snakes in the Season 6 premiere. ExecutiveMeddling plays here where Doran's actor, Creator/AlexanderSiddig, was contracted for four episodes in Season 6 but unbeknownst to him, plans were changed during production.

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After being introduced in Season 5, Doran Martell and his son, Trystane, were killed off by Ellaria and the Sand Snakes in the Season 6 premiere. ExecutiveMeddling plays here where Doran's actor, Creator/AlexanderSiddig, was contracted for four episodes in Season 6 but unbeknownst to him, plans were changed during production.
** Roose Bolton dies only two episodes into Season 6 after being one of the show's main antagonists for several seasons.
21st May '17 6:03:45 PM nombretomado
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* WonderMan, a key member of the West Coast Avengers who was a major member of the team throughout its run, was shockingly killed in the first issue of the sequel series Force Works. Which had the accidental effect of ''cancelling his own comic series while it was still going''!

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* WonderMan, ComicBook/WonderMan, a key member of the West Coast Avengers who was a major member of the team throughout its run, was shockingly killed in the first issue of the sequel series Force Works. Which had the accidental effect of ''cancelling his own comic series while it was still going''!
12th May '17 3:28:09 AM sayaleviathan
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones: After being introduced in Season 5, Doran Martell and his son, Trystane, were killed off by Ellaria and the Sand Snakes in the Season 6 premiere. ExecutiveMeddling plays here where Doran's actor, Creator/AlexanderSiddig, was contracted for four episodes in Season 6 but unbeknownst to him, plans were changed during production.
22nd Apr '17 8:52:13 PM nombretomado
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* Adam Dodd, the survivor of SurvivalOfTheFittest v1, was tossed in a second time in v3. Partway through, he mysteriously disappears, and is presumed dead, along with a bunch of other characters. However, subverted by a later reveal that they all had managed to remove their collars and were FakingTheDead, including Adam himself.

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* Adam Dodd, the survivor of SurvivalOfTheFittest ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' v1, was tossed in a second time in v3. Partway through, he mysteriously disappears, and is presumed dead, along with a bunch of other characters. However, subverted by a later reveal that they all had managed to remove their collars and were FakingTheDead, including Adam himself.
10th Mar '17 7:46:52 PM TheShugoTV
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* ''Manga/AngelHeart'', Ryo's LoveInterest Kaori Mikamura dies in a car accident.

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* In ''Manga/CityHunter'''s AlternateUniverse spinoff, ''Manga/AngelHeart'', Ryo's LoveInterest Kaori Mikamura dies in a car accident.
22nd Jan '17 2:23:57 PM VicGeorge2011
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* "How Things Smurf", the third story in Raven Child's ''Fanfic/TheSmurfetteVillage'' series, has all but ten Smurfs (both Smurfs and Smurfettes) die off due to a SyntheticPlague unleashed on them by the time the flashback sequence starts.
6th Dec '16 10:49:37 PM lalaTKG
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* ''Manga/UQHolder'' does the offscreen variant: the first chapter opens with a brief montage which both establishes that the series is set about 60 years after ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''... and also strongly implies that the majority of the cast has passed away during that time. It also goes out of it's way to show Negi's tombstone.

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* ''Manga/UQHolder'' does the offscreen variant: the first chapter opens with a brief montage which both establishes that the series is set about 60 years after ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''... and also strongly implies that the majority of the cast has passed away during that time. It also goes out of it's way to show Negi's tombstone.[[spoiler: At the very least, we know that ''Negi'' isn't dead yet...]]
28th Nov '16 5:19:38 PM Wyvernil
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* ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' has the death of one of the franchises' more popular characters, [[spoiler: Kyoko Kirigiri. Or not, as it's reveal at the very end she survived]].

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* ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' has the death of one of the franchises' more popular characters, [[spoiler: Kyoko Kirigiri. Or not, as it's reveal revealed at the very end she survived]].survived]].
** Earlier on, the end of the second episode reveals that [[spoiler:Aoi Asahina]] has bought it. [[spoiler:The very next episode reveals that she's okay. It was just a prank from another character.]]
30th Oct '16 2:12:12 PM nombretomado
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* Falstaff, the EnsembleDarkHorse of Shakespeare's ''HenryIV'' plays, has apparently died early on in ''HenryV'', and there's a scene where Falstaff's friends are discussing it. While not quite as ''sudden'' as many of the other examples on this page, and seen as sort of a consequence of Prince Hal (Henry V) disassociating himself from Falstaff, it seems as if this trope is older than film, and in fact OlderThanSteam.

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* Falstaff, the EnsembleDarkHorse of Shakespeare's ''HenryIV'' ''Theatre/HenryIV'' plays, has apparently died early on in ''HenryV'', and there's a scene where Falstaff's friends are discussing it. While not quite as ''sudden'' as many of the other examples on this page, and seen as sort of a consequence of Prince Hal (Henry V) disassociating himself from Falstaff, it seems as if this trope is older than film, and in fact OlderThanSteam.
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