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21st Jun '16 7:14:22 AM GlassRain
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* In ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'', [[spoiler: Roland and his ka-tet never get the final confrontation with TheDragon and King's BigBad Flagg (Roland meets him at the end of the first book, and they have a brief encounter with him in the beginning of the fourth book). He's killed off by Roland/Crimson King's son Morded in the seventh book. Additionally, Roland doesn't really physicall interact with the Crimson King at the end either, he's erased out of existence by Patrick.]]

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* In ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'', [[spoiler: Roland and his ka-tet never get the final confrontation with TheDragon and King's BigBad Flagg (Roland meets him at the end of the first book, and they have a brief encounter with him in the beginning of the fourth book). He's killed off by Roland/Crimson King's son Morded in the seventh book. Additionally, Roland doesn't really physicall physically interact with the Crimson King at the end either, he's erased out of existence by Patrick.]]


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* ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital'': The Revourer, possibly because [[spoiler:its maze gets overrun by ravenous corpses]].
12th Jun '16 7:37:44 AM Arcana4th
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* ''Series/{{Bones}}'': After [[spoiler: Pelant's death]] early in season 9, the only recurring villain becomes The Ghost Killer. [[spoiler: She reappears by the end of the season, in which she is the victim of the week, never being convicted of anything, since they only realize The Ghost Killer is Stephanie [=McNamara=] after she is already dead.]]
11th Jun '16 4:47:42 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* While the entire "genome digimon" plot line was scrapped from ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', fiveof them do manage to appear on panel. Of these, only [=NeoDevimon=] and Callismon are fought, Lycamon, Hermmon and Panimon only getting a fearsome reveal in front of the protagonists at their most vulnerable but never appearing again after departing with TheDragon's army, aside from a SuperDeformed intro where the mangaka apologize for their absence and ask the fans to come up with their own story to make up for it.

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* While the entire "genome digimon" plot line was scrapped from ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', fiveof them do manage to appear on panel. Of these, only [=NeoDevimon=] and Callismon are fought, Lycamon, Hermmon and Panimon only getting a fearsome reveal in front of the protagonists at their most vulnerable but never appearing again after departing with TheDragon's army, army with the promise to slaughter all their friends, aside from a SuperDeformed intro where the mangaka apologize for their absence and ask the fans to come up with their own story to make up for it.
11th Jun '16 4:44:18 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* While the entire "genome digimon" plot line was scrapped from ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', fiveof them do manage to appear on panel. Of these, only [=NeoDevimon=] and Callismon are fought, Lycamon, Hermmon and Panimon only getting a fearsome reveal in front of the protagonists at their most vulnerable but never appearing again after departing with TheDragon's army, aside from a SuperDeformed intro where the mangaka apologize for their absence and ask the fans to come up with their own story to make up for it.
25th Apr '16 12:47:32 PM Nakayama90
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** A lesser example is [[TheRival Gary Oak]], Ash's rival from the early years. The anime's original intended StoryArc centered around their rivalry, building up to a final confrontation between them...but ExecutiveMeddling meant this didn't end up happening until ''five years'' after the series began. Gary didn't even appear that much in the series proper.
21st Apr '16 1:24:12 PM Eddy1215
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* In ''[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/237022/discords-decision Discord's Decision]]'', a WhatIf scenario of the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' season five finale in which [[spoiler:Discord rejected Tirek's offer to go bad again, Tirek]] ends up being this to the Mane Six, with Rainbow Dash grousing about it, as they always take on the main threats to Equestria.
21st Apr '16 1:19:07 PM Eddy1215
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* Usually averted in ''Manga/OnePiece'', where Luffy is usually the one to take down the strongest opponent of an arc, until the Zou arc where the main antagonist is Jack the Drought, TheDragon of Emperor Kaido [[spoiler:who is taken down with ease by a giant [[IslandTurtle island elephant]]]].
4th Apr '16 11:04:23 AM Eddy1215
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* The main character in ''Film/{{Jarhead}}'' is a sniper who never gets an order to fire a single shot. At the movie's climax he is finally ordered to target an enemy officer, and has him in his sights... [[spoiler:when Command decides to just bomb the place instead.]]

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* The main character in ''Film/{{Jarhead}}'' is a sniper who never gets an order to fire a single shot. At the movie's climax he is finally ordered to target an enemy officer, and has him in his sights... [[spoiler:when [[spoiler:[[NegatedMomentOfAwesome when Command decides to just bomb the place instead.instead]].]]



* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' has three ultimate Big Bads who did not receive a proper final battle: [[spoiler: Great Doctor Lee Keflen of ''Flashman'' (the heroes caused a chain reaction that destroyed his base, killing him), Great Professor Bias of ''Liveman'' (Non Action Big Bad who never really got a chance to fight), and Captain Ryuya of ''Timeranger'' (The Chessmaster who did nothing directly; one of his pawns, Gien, became the Final Boss)]]

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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' has three ultimate Big Bads who did not receive a proper final battle: [[spoiler: Great Doctor Lee Keflen of ''Flashman'' (the heroes caused a chain reaction that destroyed his base, killing him), Great Professor Bias of ''Liveman'' (Non Action Big Bad (NonActionBigBad who never really got a chance to fight), and Captain Ryuya of ''Timeranger'' (The Chessmaster (TheChessmaster who did nothing directly; one of his pawns, Gien, became the Final Boss)]]FinalBoss)]]
1st Apr '16 8:19:50 AM Eddy1215
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* Usually averted in ''Manga/OnePiece'', where Luffy is usually the one to take down the strongest opponent of an arc, until the Zou arc where the main antagonist is Jack the Drought, TheDragon of Emperor Kaido [[spoiler:who is taken down with ease by a giant [[IslandTurtle island elephant]]]].
3rd Feb '16 7:04:12 PM Quanyails
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