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13th Sep '16 2:28:35 AM jormis29
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* Dragon-Bloods in ''{{Exalted}}'' have access to a series of Charms with the Martyr keyword, which become significantly more terrifying when they're used by a dying man, many of which are combat effects. The most notorious is the Essence 7 elemental nuke called As In The Beginning, so a dying DB gets to take ''entire battlefields'' with him.

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* Dragon-Bloods in ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' have access to a series of Charms with the Martyr keyword, which become significantly more terrifying when they're used by a dying man, many of which are combat effects. The most notorious is the Essence 7 elemental nuke called As In The Beginning, so a dying DB gets to take ''entire battlefields'' with him.
31st Aug '16 5:07:03 PM nombretomado
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* Averted by EmilieAutumn in her song 'Let The Record Show'

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* Averted by EmilieAutumn Music/EmilieAutumn in her song 'Let The Record Show'
19th Aug '16 7:04:51 PM BattleMaster
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See also SealedEvilInADuel, SelfDestructiveCharge, MutualKill, and HeroicSacrifice. The DoubleKnockout is a nonlethal cousin of this trope. May be the purpose of some variants of a [[DeadManSwitch Deadman's Switch]]. Compare LastDitchMove for (not necessarily lethal or even offensive) scripted final actions. A SoreLoser might resort to this if they're upset enough. Contrast VillainsDyingGrace. Not to be confused with [[ImTakingHerHomeWithMe Taking Them Home With Me]]. It also should not be confused with BackstabBackfire, where the death of the person trying to do a last ditch effort in killing his enemy did not plan the possibility of death when attempting to backstab them after being defeated.

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See also SealedEvilInADuel, SelfDestructiveCharge, MutualKill, and HeroicSacrifice. May occur after crossing the GodzillaThreshold. The DoubleKnockout is a nonlethal cousin of this trope. May be the purpose of some variants of a [[DeadManSwitch Deadman's Switch]]. Compare LastDitchMove for (not necessarily lethal or even offensive) scripted final actions. A SoreLoser might resort to this if they're upset enough. Contrast VillainsDyingGrace. Not to be confused with [[ImTakingHerHomeWithMe Taking Them Home With Me]]. It also should not be confused with BackstabBackfire, where the death of the person trying to do a last ditch effort in killing his enemy did not plan the possibility of death when attempting to backstab them after being defeated.
16th Aug '16 6:29:42 PM Blazer
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* In the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' storyline ''ComicBook/TheJudasContract'', when Terra believes she's been betrayed by Deathstroke, she flips out and begins trying to kill everyone - Deathstroke, the Titans, even H.I.V.E. - in her rage and taking them with her. All she ends up doing is killing herself.
15th Aug '16 6:34:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}'': After Shakara sabotages the [[DoomsdayDevice Apocalypse core]] on the Succubi starship, sending them crashing down onto the planet [[PlanetLooters they were in the process of harvesting]], their commander orders the creature responsible found. He knows that they're already doomed because the planet is about to explode anyway, he just wants the consolation of killing him first.
* ''ComicBook/ButtonMan'': After Harry fatally wounds another Button Man, he tries to kill them both with a grenade, but Harry jumps out of the way in time.

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* ''ComicBook/TwoThousandAD'':
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''ComicBook/{{Shakara}}'': After Shakara sabotages the [[DoomsdayDevice Apocalypse core]] on the Succubi starship, sending them crashing down onto the planet [[PlanetLooters they were in the process of harvesting]], their commander orders the creature responsible found. He knows that they're already doomed because the planet is about to explode anyway, he just wants the consolation of killing him first.
* ** ''ComicBook/ButtonMan'': After Harry fatally wounds another Button Man, he tries to kill them both with a grenade, but Harry jumps out of the way in time.
15th Aug '16 6:06:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/ButtonMan'': After Harry fatally wounds another Button Man, he tries to kill them both with a grenade, but Harry jumps out of the way in time.
14th Aug '16 5:11:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''NuclearWar'' has the "Retaliatory Strike" rule where a player who has lost the last of his population may immediately launch all of his missles and warheads at whomever he likes. If one of his targets is eliminated in the process, then that nation may make a retaliatory strike of his own. It's possible to launch the unique 100 Megaton warhead in the hopes of getting a lucky roll and destroying the world in the process.
* In ''MagicTheGathering'' any spell that deals damage to both you and an opponent such as [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=190551 Earthquake]] or [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=21149 Pestilence]] can be used for this.

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* ''NuclearWar'' ''TabletopGame/NuclearWar'' has the "Retaliatory Strike" rule where a player who has lost the last of his population may immediately launch all of his missles and warheads at whomever he likes. If one of his targets is eliminated in the process, then that nation may make a retaliatory strike of his own. It's possible to launch the unique 100 Megaton warhead in the hopes of getting a lucky roll and destroying the world in the process.
* In ''MagicTheGathering'' ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' any spell that deals damage to both you and an opponent such as [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=190551 Earthquake]] or [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=21149 Pestilence]] can be used for this.
11th Aug '16 9:17:48 PM mysterykcad
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*** Just before this moment, there's a subversion when Gilgamesh grabs Shirou with his chain. Shirou ''assumes'' that Gilgamesh is trying to pull this trope on him, but Gil is quick to tell him to stay right where he is so that he can pull himself out of the aforementioned sphere of nothingness.
6th Aug '16 5:50:21 AM Vir
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** EVA-02's self-destruction against the MP-EVAs. However it is not Asuka who sacrifices herself. It's Kyoko who, after bidding her daughter goodbye, ejects her before blowing herself up.

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** EVA-02's self-destruction against the MP-EVAs.[=MP-EVAs=]. However it is not Asuka who sacrifices herself. It's Kyoko who, after bidding her daughter goodbye, ejects her before blowing herself up.
5th Aug '16 10:34:09 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* Orthodox Christianity states that that is one of major reasons of why demons want to kill us through sins. They are already doomed, and they want to drag us to the eternal torment, as we are made in Lord's image. Talk about EvilIsPetty!

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* Orthodox Christianity states that that this is one of major reasons of why demons want to kill us through sins. They are already doomed, and they want to drag us to the eternal torment, as we are made in Lord's image. Talk about EvilIsPetty!
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