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22nd Jun '16 6:37:00 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer in retaliation. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare his life]]

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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer in retaliation. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare his life]]life.]]
22nd Jun '16 6:36:18 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare him.]]

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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer. soon-to-be-murderer in retaliation. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare him.]]his life]]
22nd Jun '16 6:35:25 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/Hamilton'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare him.]]

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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/Hamilton'' ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare him.]]
22nd Jun '16 6:34:38 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* ''Defied'' by the eponymous protagonist of ''Theatre/Hamilton'' at the play's climax. In his final solo, seeing his friend-turned-rival Aaron Burr's gunshot coming towards him and knowing he is about to die, he deliberates over whether his final action should be to shoot his soon-to-be-murderer. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome He chooses to spare him.]]



-->"I had only the chance to think of how they’d just signed Tagg’s death warrant, that my power would work while I was unconscious. I could have rescinded the order in the last moments. I didn’t."

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-->"I had only the chance to think of how they’d just signed Tagg’s Tagg’s death warrant, that my power would work while I was unconscious. I could have rescinded the order in the last moments. I didn’t."
21st Jun '16 1:12:49 PM margdean56
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* In ''ComicBook/XMen'', at the end of the Inferno arc, Madelyne Pryor tries to trap Jean in her dying mind and thus take her with her, recreating the incident that awakened Jean's powers in the first place (Jean nearly died inside the mind of her friend Annie, who was run over - Madelyne was given this memory by Sinister). Madelyne would succeed if it weren't for the Phoenix Force offering Jean the opportunity to live if she absorbs both Phoenix and Madelyne's personalities.

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* In ''ComicBook/XMen'', at the end of the Inferno arc, Madelyne Pryor tries to trap Jean in her dying mind and thus take her with her, recreating the incident that awakened Jean's powers in the first place (Jean nearly died inside the mind of her friend Annie, who was run over - -- Madelyne was given this memory by Sinister). Madelyne would succeed if it weren't for the Phoenix Force offering Jean the opportunity to live if she absorbs both Phoenix and Madelyne's personalities.



* In the ''SpiderMan'' storyline, ''ComicBook/EndsOfTheEarth'', the Rhino, [[DespairEventHorizon unable to live on after the new Rhino murdered his wife]], ends up pinning Silver Sable to the floor of a flooding floor, the two seemingly drowning as Spidey makes the tough decision to face down Doctor Octopus. (He may not have been successful, however. The seer Madame Webb later told Spider-Man that Sable survived. She may have been lying - she has decieved Spider-Man to manipulate him before - but if it was the truth and Sable ''did'' escape, then it is possible that the Rhino did too.)
** Speaking of Doc Ock, this was his plan all along - he plotted to flash fry the Earth with the exception of a VERY small fraction of the human race left alive to rebuild and remember him as the greatest monster to have ever lived. However, Spidey [[SpannerInTheWorks throws a wrench in that]] when he reveals that, even if those people lived, they'd be brain dead. [[VillainousBreakdown Ock doesn't take that well.]]

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* In the ''SpiderMan'' storyline, ''ComicBook/EndsOfTheEarth'', the Rhino, [[DespairEventHorizon unable to live on after the new Rhino murdered his wife]], ends up pinning Silver Sable to the floor of a flooding floor, the two seemingly drowning as Spidey makes the tough decision to face down Doctor Octopus. (He may not have been successful, however. The seer Madame Webb later told Spider-Man that Sable survived. She may have been lying - -- she has decieved deceived Spider-Man to manipulate him before - -- but if it was the truth and Sable ''did'' escape, then it is possible that the Rhino did too.)
** Speaking of Doc Ock, this was his plan all along - -- he plotted to flash fry the Earth with the exception of a VERY small fraction of the human race left alive to rebuild and remember him as the greatest monster to have ever lived. However, Spidey [[SpannerInTheWorks throws a wrench in that]] when he reveals that, even if those people lived, they'd be brain dead. [[VillainousBreakdown Ock doesn't take that well.]]
3rd Jun '16 7:25:40 PM Materioptikon
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* There are several cards that invoke this in the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh TCG''. An obvious one is Self Destruct Button, which kills both players if there is a 7000 Life Point difference between players. A couple more would be [[EarthShatteringKaBoom Ring of Destruction]] (a card which dealt damage to both players equal to the targeted monster's attack, now Forbidden) and [[{{Troll}} Morphing Jar]] (if a player flips it when both players have less than five cards in their deck.) On a smaller scale, there are some Monster Cards that can either destroy the card that destroyed them or a completely different card depending on their effect; the best example is Man Eater Bug, best-played face-down to trick someone to attack with their own monster and then use the otherwise pathetic Man Eater Bug to destroy their biggest monster and there’s (usually) nothing that the opponent can do about it.

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* There are several cards that invoke this in the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh TCG''. An obvious one is Self Destruct Button, which kills both players if there is a 7000 Life Point difference between players. A couple more would be [[EarthShatteringKaBoom Ring of Destruction]] (a card which dealt damage to both players equal to the targeted monster's attack, now Forbidden) amended specifically to prevent this) and [[{{Troll}} Morphing Jar]] (if a player flips it when both players have less than five cards in their deck.) On a smaller scale, there are some Monster Cards that can either destroy the card that destroyed them or a completely different card depending on their effect; the best example is Man Eater Bug, best-played face-down to trick someone to attack with their own monster and then use the otherwise pathetic Man Eater Bug to destroy their biggest monster and there’s (usually) nothing that the opponent can do about it.
30th May '16 3:08:25 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** He does it ''again'' at the end of the next season, ''Anime/TransformersEnergon.'' The fledgeling new universe is powered by a 'sun' made of Super Energon and the head of Unicron. Unicron's spark has entered him, but when he realizes he's being used, he enters the Super Energon sun, apparently vaporizing himself, so that Unicron won't return; if Unicron really is alive, there'll be no escaping its gravity. Interestingly, ''Megatron'' returns for ''TransformersCybertron,'' with spiffy new Unicron based armor but ''not'' that of Noble Demon-ness that makes him the kind of guy who'd sacrifice himself for the universe.

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** He does it ''again'' at the end of the next season, ''Anime/TransformersEnergon.'' The fledgeling new universe is powered by a 'sun' made of Super Energon and the head of Unicron. Unicron's spark has entered him, but when he realizes he's being used, he enters the Super Energon sun, apparently vaporizing himself, so that Unicron won't return; if Unicron really is alive, there'll be no escaping its gravity. Interestingly, ''Megatron'' returns for ''TransformersCybertron,'' ''Anime/TransformersCybertron,'' with spiffy new Unicron based armor but ''not'' that of Noble Demon-ness that makes him the kind of guy who'd sacrifice himself for the universe.
30th May '16 9:42:10 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** He does it ''again'' at the end of the next season, ''TransformersEnergon.'' The fledgeling new universe is powered by a 'sun' made of Super Energon and the head of Unicron. Unicron's spark has entered him, but when he realizes he's being used, he enters the Super Energon sun, apparently vaporizing himself, so that Unicron won't return; if Unicron really is alive, there'll be no escaping its gravity. Interestingly, ''Megatron'' returns for ''TransformersCybertron,'' with spiffy new Unicron based armor but ''not'' that of Noble Demon-ness that makes him the kind of guy who'd sacrifice himself for the universe.

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** He does it ''again'' at the end of the next season, ''TransformersEnergon.''Anime/TransformersEnergon.'' The fledgeling new universe is powered by a 'sun' made of Super Energon and the head of Unicron. Unicron's spark has entered him, but when he realizes he's being used, he enters the Super Energon sun, apparently vaporizing himself, so that Unicron won't return; if Unicron really is alive, there'll be no escaping its gravity. Interestingly, ''Megatron'' returns for ''TransformersCybertron,'' with spiffy new Unicron based armor but ''not'' that of Noble Demon-ness that makes him the kind of guy who'd sacrifice himself for the universe.
21st May '16 9:52:20 AM MaturelyImmature
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* In Theatre/{{Heathers}}, Veronica is [[LetsGetDangerous completely willing to die]] if it's going to prevent all of the students of Westerberg from being blown to smithereens by JD, but she's taking him down along with her.
--> "And there's your final bell!"
--> "It's one more dance and then farewell!"
--> "Cheek to cheek in hell with a dead girl walking!"
14th May '16 11:58:10 AM cakecake
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** Also in Unlimited Blade Works, Lancer [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome kills Kotomine, stabs Shinji, frees Rin and sets fire to the castle]] even after being stabbed by Gae Bolg. Justified, because one of his abilities is called Battle Continuation; [[{{Determinator}} it allows the user to continue fighting even at the verge of death]].

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** Also in Unlimited Blade Works, Lancer [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome kills Kotomine, stabs Shinji, frees Rin and sets fire to the castle]] even after being stabbed by Gae Bolg. Justified, Justified because one of his abilities is called Battle Continuation; [[{{Determinator}} it allows the user to continue fighting even at the verge of death]].


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* In one ending of ''VisualNovel/War13thDay'', the two surviving [[{{Valkyries}} Valkyrie]] try to take down as many of [[BigBad the Vi]] before ultimately meeting their demise. Their deaths inspire the other clans to unite against the tyrants and overthrow them. [[spoiler:However, this is revealed to be a false ending by your UnreliableNarrator.]]
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