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11th Feb '17 11:37:28 PM thatother1dude
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* A rare non-ending example; the first half of Book 4 of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' involves Team Avatar having drifted apart after the events of Book 3. Mako and Asami have both taken on new responsibilities and thus rarely get a chance to speak with one another, Bolin has signed on with KnightTemplar Kuvira and is away serving in her army, and Korra is travelling incognito FightClubbing in backwater Earth Kingdom villages. The second half of the season focuses on Korra PuttingTheBandBackTogether for one last mission to stop Kuvira's plan and by the conclusion, they're back together for good, but are taking a break.
11th Feb '17 11:10:35 PM thatother1dude
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''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ends this way. After the groundskeepers save the universe, they split and go their separate ways, aside from Benson and Skips, who remain at the park, and Pops, who died to save the universe from Anti-Pops. Mordecai becomes an accomplished artist, Rigby and Eileen start a family, Muscle Man and Starla (who married before the groundskeepers went to space) continue growing their family, High-Five Ghost and his girlfriend Celia become a successful DJ duo.

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''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ends this way. * ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'': After the groundskeepers save the universe, universe in the GrandFinale, they split and go their separate ways, aside from Benson and Skips, who remain at the park, and Pops, who died to save the universe from Anti-Pops. Mordecai becomes an accomplished artist, Rigby and Eileen start a family, Muscle Man and Starla (who married before the groundskeepers went to space) continue growing their family, High-Five Ghost and his girlfriend Celia become a successful DJ duo.
20th Jan '17 4:27:55 PM OptimumTaurus
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''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ends this way. After the groundskeepers save the universe, they split and go their separate ways, aside from Benson and Skips, who remain at the park, and Pops, who died to save the universe from Anti-Pops. Mordecai becomes an accomplished artist, Rigby and Eileen start a family, Muscle Man and Starla (who married before the groundskeepers went to space) continue growing their family, High-Five Ghost and his girlfriend Celia become a successful DJ duo.
14th Jan '17 3:18:25 PM nmn3r3
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* The characters of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' were rarely together in one place, but at least kept in contact via chats. After the final battles, the cast all attain different responsibilities and slowly drift apart. Karkat, Dave, and Jade apparently live together, Jane took over Crocker Corporation, Roxy and Calliope rule the Prospitian Kingdom, Dirk and Jake rule the Consort Kingdom, Rose and Kanaya are married with Matriorb duties, Terezi searches the Furthest Ring for those unaccounted for (Aradia, Vriska, Sollux, ect.), and John lives alone in an isolated location (until Caliborn challenges him to a duel, which he answers).
9th Jan '17 8:50:13 PM Chabal2
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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': While they never really drift apart (being married or in-laws by the book's end), the main trio's days of fighting evil as a group don't last very long after the seventh book: only Hermione finishes her seventh year and ends up Minister of Magic while Harry and Ron hunt down Death Eaters, and while Ron initially joins up with Harry as an Auror, he eventually works with his brother in their joke shop.
27th Nov '16 1:08:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* As the passengers of Bus 2525 zoom away in the rescue vehicle in ''Speed'', after some extensive cooperative self-preservation, the only ones who remain together are Annie and Jack, and ''they'' break up before the sequel.

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* As the passengers of Bus 2525 zoom away in the rescue vehicle in ''Speed'', ''Film/{{Speed}}'', after some extensive cooperative self-preservation, the only ones who remain together are Annie and Jack, and ''they'' break up before the sequel.
25th Oct '16 9:09:50 AM H2SO4
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* A rare non-ending example; the first half of Book 4 of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' involves Team Avatar having drifted apart after the events of Book 3. Mako and Asami have both taken on new responsibilities and thus rarely get a chance to speak with one another, Bolin has signed on with KnightTemplar Kuvira and is away serving in her army, and Korra is travelling incognito FightClubbing in backwater Earth Kingdom villages. The second half of the season focuses on Korra PuttingTheBandBackTogether in order to stop Kuvira's plan and by the conclusion, they're back together for good.

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* A rare non-ending example; the first half of Book 4 of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' involves Team Avatar having drifted apart after the events of Book 3. Mako and Asami have both taken on new responsibilities and thus rarely get a chance to speak with one another, Bolin has signed on with KnightTemplar Kuvira and is away serving in her army, and Korra is travelling incognito FightClubbing in backwater Earth Kingdom villages. The second half of the season focuses on Korra PuttingTheBandBackTogether in order for one last mission to stop Kuvira's plan and by the conclusion, they're back together for good.good, but are taking a break.
24th Oct '16 5:15:41 AM nighttrainfm
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'' it goes without saying that no matter how close the Doctor is to his companions, they'll all leave him eventually since he's practically immortal, they aren't. He's had friends join and leave for the last 50 years. And to quote the 10th Doctor "It breaks my heart every time" an example probably most befitting this trope, is the episode "Journey's end" in which every companion the Doctor has had in the new series (Including Sarah Jane, and K-9) team up to save reality, only to all go their separate ways at the end.

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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'' it ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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goes without saying that no matter how close the Doctor is to his companions, they'll all leave him eventually since he's practically immortal, immortal [[MayflyDecemberFriendship and they aren't. aren't.]] He's had friends join and leave for the last 50 years. And to quote the 10th Doctor "It breaks Tenth Doctor, "they break my heart every time" an heart".
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example probably most befitting this trope, trope is the episode "Journey's end" End", in which every companion the Doctor has had in the new series (Including (including Sarah Jane, Jane and K-9) team up to save reality, reality...only to all go their separate ways at the end.
22nd Oct '16 9:21:08 AM IenHenzX
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* Happens at the ending of ''Dead Money'' DLC fir ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''. The reason the group (The Courier, Dean Domino, Dog/God, and Christine) banded together was pretty flimsy to begin with and they did not trust each other. As soon as the threat of mutual destruction was gone, they went their own way without even exchanging goodbyes. The narration mentions that they wanted to get away before they all turned against each other.

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* Happens ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' ends this way with its companion segments during the ending. No matter what the Courier accomplishes together with them r what they do to help with their personal quests, after the War of the Mojave ends they eventually part ways with the Courier. Some can be [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]], others find happiness in their paths, and some like Lilly and Veronica meet heartbreaking fates.
** This also happens
at the ending of ''Dead Money'' DLC fir ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''.DLC. The reason the group (The Courier, Dean Domino, Dog/God, and Christine) banded together was pretty flimsy to begin with and they did not trust each other. As soon as the threat of mutual destruction was gone, they went their own way without even exchanging goodbyes. The narration mentions that they wanted to get away before they all turned against each other.
7th Oct '16 9:49:56 PM IronScope
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** ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' features this too. During the TimeSkip in ''Knights of the Fallen Empire'', the PlayerCharacter's crew turn out to have gone their separate ways. Some companions rejoin you during KOTFE's story, while some of the others can be re-recruited via Alliance Alert missions.
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