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1st Oct '16 10:13:37 AM ThatBitterTase
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* Happens ''all the time'' in the ''BreathOfFire'' games. In the first, you start in the last village of the Light Dragons, but you're supposedly the last warrior capable of harnessing the ancient clan's power. You're not, [[spoiler:and you have to kill your sister, who also had that power.]] In the second, you find the last village of the dragons guarding the BigBad. In the third, much is made of the fact that you're the last dragon. No, really, you are. Like, the last one. Except for this village over here. And [[spoiler: Teepo]]. But you're the last.

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* Happens ''all the time'' in the ''BreathOfFire'' games. In the first, you start in the last village of the Light Dragons, but you're supposedly the last warrior capable of harnessing the ancient clan's power. You're not, [[spoiler:and you have to kill your sister, who also had that power.]] In the second, you find the last village of the dragons guarding the BigBad. In the third, much is made of the fact that you're the last dragon. No, really, you are. Like, the last one. Except for this village over here. And [[spoiler: Teepo]]. But you're the last. The village has voluntarily given up the ability to transform, though, so it's questionable whether they count.
10th Aug '16 9:09:51 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': if you had only played the games, you'd likely be under the impression that the Master Chief is the last surviving SPARTAN-II super-soldier, with the rest having died in the Fall of Reach. The ExpandedUniverse and WordOfGod reveals, however, that at least ''eight'' other Spartan-[=IIs=] were still alive even during the ending of ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' (and that's not including several genuine [=MIAs=] who could return to the story at anytime). These fellow Spartans (despite Chief's knowledge of their survival) don't get referenced in the games, outside of a few name-drops by allied [=NPCs=] in ''4'' and an EasterEgg showing a then-clinically-dead (she gets better) [[spoiler:Linda]]'s cryotube readout in the [[UpdatedRerelease Anniversary Edition]] of ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved''.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': if If you had only played the games, games that came before ''VideoGame/Halo5Guardians'', you'd likely be under the impression that the Master Chief is the last surviving SPARTAN-II Spartan-II super-soldier, with the rest having died in the Fall of Reach. The ExpandedUniverse and WordOfGod reveals, however, that at least ''eight'' ''eleven'' other Spartan-[=IIs=] were still alive even during the ending of ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'' (and that's not including several genuine [=MIAs=] who could return to the story at anytime). These fellow Spartans (despite Chief's knowledge of their survival) don't get referenced never got a single in-game reference until they finally appear in the games, person in ''Halo 5'', outside of a few name-drops by allied [=NPCs=] in ''4'' and an EasterEgg showing a then-clinically-dead (she gets better) [[spoiler:Linda]]'s cryotube readout in the [[UpdatedRerelease Anniversary Edition]] of ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved''.
4th Aug '16 4:07:46 AM leraluna
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** If EpilepticTrees don't lie, [[spoiler: the other one is Jon Snow, since he's the biological son of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. The [[''Series/GameOfThrones'' TV adaptation]] has already confirmed this.]]

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** If EpilepticTrees don't lie, [[spoiler: the other one is Jon Snow, since he's the biological son of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. The [[''Series/GameOfThrones'' TV adaptation]] has In the ''Series/GameOfThrones'' universe it's already confirmed this.confirmed.]]
29th Jul '16 3:14:31 PM leraluna
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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' seems that the Targaryen's line has yet to be ended since [[spoiler: Aegon IV Targaryen seems to be safe and sound. If it's really him and not an impostor.]]
** If EpilepticTrees don't lie, [[spoiler: the other one is Jon Snow, since he's the biological son of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. The [[''Series/GameOfThrones'' TV adaptation]] has already confirmed this.]]


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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'' the last epsiode of season six let us know that Daenerys Targaryen isn't [[LastOfHisKind Last Of Her Kind]] [[spoiler: since Jon Snow is the son of her eldest brother Rhaegar with Lyanna Stark.]]
4th Jul '16 2:40:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''[[Literature/InheritanceCycle Eragon]]'', we are led to believe that Eragon and [[BigBad Gallbatorix]] are the only Dragon Riders left in the world, Gallbatorix having slaughtered every Rider and Dragon, with only two eggs [[spoiler:and one dragonless Rider]] left in the world besides them. In ''Eldest'', we find out that [[spoiler:Gallbatorix missed one. The elf [[TheObiWan Oromis]] and his dragon Glaedr are crippled but alive, and become Eragon and Saphira's teachers.]] [[spoiler:And at the end of the book, we find out that another of the eggs has hatched.]]

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* In ''[[Literature/InheritanceCycle Eragon]]'', we are led to believe that Eragon and [[BigBad Gallbatorix]] are the only Dragon Riders left in the world, Gallbatorix having slaughtered every Rider and Dragon, with only two eggs [[spoiler:and one dragonless Rider]] left in the world besides them. In ''Eldest'', we find out that [[spoiler:Gallbatorix missed one. The elf [[TheObiWan Oromis]] Oromis and his dragon Glaedr are crippled but alive, and become Eragon and Saphira's teachers.]] [[spoiler:And at the end of the book, we find out that another of the eggs has hatched.]]
2nd Jul '16 11:44:32 AM nombretomado
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* The Toa Nuva from {{Bionicle}} where implied to be the only Toa in existence during the first few arcs. Then Takanuva arrived, but he just seemed to be a standard SixthRanger type of character. Then Vakama chose to reveal that they are in fact, not the first Toa, and the series never looked back, introducing several new teams and lone operative Toa. WordOfGod has it that in their heyday, there were over 1000 Toa.

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* The Toa Nuva from {{Bionicle}} Toys/{{Bionicle}} where implied to be the only Toa in existence during the first few arcs. Then Takanuva arrived, but he just seemed to be a standard SixthRanger type of character. Then Vakama chose to reveal that they are in fact, not the first Toa, and the series never looked back, introducing several new teams and lone operative Toa. WordOfGod has it that in their heyday, there were over 1000 Toa.
19th Jun '16 2:52:15 PM nombretomado
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* A variation. Grand Admiral Thrawn died in TheThrawnTrilogy. He was far from the only one of his species - Chiss are isolationist but not endangered - but there's only one [[MagnificentBastard Thrawn]]. Luke and Mara found his clone floating, asleep or not yet alive, in a [[PeopleJars Spaarti cylinder]] underneath his hidden fortress in the HandOfThrawn duology. They sort-of-accidentally killed it while escaping. But the incredibly elaborate Chiss [[GambitIndex gambiting]] in [[OutboundFlight Survivor's Quest]] has enough elements of Thrawn's style to cause Mara Jade to wonder if he had another clone. TimothyZahn has said that he'd be interested in writing a book involving Thrawn's clone, who, unusually, would not mentally be Thrawn (while he'd have Thrawn's memories, he'd still know they were just copied memories) and would feel [[CloningBlues tremendous pressure to live up to the original]][[note]]Which, given Chiss skin tone, would make him a [[JustForPun Blue Clone with Cloning Blues]][[/note]].

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* A variation. Grand Admiral Thrawn died in TheThrawnTrilogy.Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy. He was far from the only one of his species - Chiss are isolationist but not endangered - but there's only one [[MagnificentBastard Thrawn]]. Luke and Mara found his clone floating, asleep or not yet alive, in a [[PeopleJars Spaarti cylinder]] underneath his hidden fortress in the HandOfThrawn duology. They sort-of-accidentally killed it while escaping. But the incredibly elaborate Chiss [[GambitIndex gambiting]] in [[OutboundFlight Survivor's Quest]] has enough elements of Thrawn's style to cause Mara Jade to wonder if he had another clone. TimothyZahn has said that he'd be interested in writing a book involving Thrawn's clone, who, unusually, would not mentally be Thrawn (while he'd have Thrawn's memories, he'd still know they were just copied memories) and would feel [[CloningBlues tremendous pressure to live up to the original]][[note]]Which, given Chiss skin tone, would make him a [[JustForPun Blue Clone with Cloning Blues]][[/note]].
30th May '16 10:00:20 AM lampshadeortriangle
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* In {{ComicBook/Monstress}}, The Monstra hints that the reason it is living within Maika has to do with her lineage. But when she threatens to kill herself to get rid of it, it replies, "No matter. There is still another of your line into whom I may pass." Maika is understandably surprised.

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* In {{ComicBook/Monstress}}, The Monstra hints that the reason [[spoiler: it is living within Maika Maika]] has to do with her lineage. But when she threatens to kill herself to get rid of it, it replies, "No matter. There is still another of your line into whom I may pass." Maika is understandably surprised.
30th May '16 9:59:29 AM lampshadeortriangle
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* In [[ComicBook/{{Monstress}}]], The Monstra hints that the reason it is living within Maika has to do with her lineage. But when she threatens to kill herself to get rid of it, it replies, "No matter. There is still another of your line into whom I may pass." Maika is understandably surprised.

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* In [[ComicBook/{{Monstress}}]], {{ComicBook/Monstress}}, The Monstra hints that the reason it is living within Maika has to do with her lineage. But when she threatens to kill herself to get rid of it, it replies, "No matter. There is still another of your line into whom I may pass." Maika is understandably surprised.
30th May '16 9:59:02 AM lampshadeortriangle
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* In [[ComicBook/{{Monstress}}]], The Monstra hints that the reason it is living within Maika has to do with her lineage. But when she threatens to kill herself to get rid of it, it replies, "No matter. There is still another of your line into whom I may pass." Maika is understandably surprised.
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