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23rd Apr '16 6:13:26 PM Prometheus117
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** That said, while the Nuva were not necessarily the only Toa (and it's eventually revealed they were some of the ''first'' Toa ever created), they are the only known Toa Nuva (as in, Toa who survived being transformed by [[MutagenicGoo Energized Protodermis]] without being turned into [[AndIMustScream monsters]] or just [[AcidVat disintegrated]]).

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** That said, while the Nuva were not necessarily the only Toa (and it's eventually revealed they were some of the ''first'' Toa ever created), they are the only known Toa Nuva (as in, Toa who survived being transformed by [[MutagenicGoo Energized Protodermis]] without being turned into [[AndIMustScream monsters]] or just [[AcidVat [[AcidPool disintegrated]]).
23rd Apr '16 6:11:44 PM Prometheus117
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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}} 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 ToaToa.
** That said, while the Nuva were not necessarily the only Toa (and it's eventually revealed they were some of the ''first'' Toa ever created), they are the only known Toa Nuva (as in, Toa who survived being transformed by [[MutagenicGoo Energized Protodermis]] without being turned into [[AndIMustScream monsters]] or just [[AcidVat disintegrated]]).
23rd Jan '16 6:51:23 AM LentilSandEater
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* [[spoiler:Knuckles]] also is considered this in the early Archie Comics.
* In ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' Knuckles was believed to be the last of the Echidnas until [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]] appeared.



* [[spoiler:Knuckles]] according to ''SonicChronicles: The Dark Brotherhood''.
** The same game reveals that, inside the [[PhantomZone Twilight Cage]], there are far more [[spoiler:gizoids]] than we were led to believe.
*** [[spoiler:Emerl was just the last Gizoid on earth instead of in existance.]]
*** Except WordOfGod has stated that ''Chronicles'' isn't canon at all, therefore this trope is subverted, as Knuckles and Emerl are still [[TheLastOfHisKind the last of their kind]] in the canon game universe.
*** Well, depending on how you interpret Tikal (its not clear whether she's really alive or dead), then Knuckles hasn't really been the last of his kind since about 4 years after his conception.
** [[spoiler:Knuckles]] also is considered this in the early Archie Comics.
** In ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' Knuckles was believed to be the last of the Echidnas until [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]] appeared.

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* [[spoiler:Knuckles]] according to ''SonicChronicles: The Dark Brotherhood''.
** The same
Brotherhood'' has two examples. However the game reveals that, inside isn't canon and only applies to itself.
** [[spoiler:Knuckles]] turns out to not be the last echidna
** Inside
the [[PhantomZone Twilight Cage]], there are far more [[spoiler:gizoids]] than we were led to believe.
***
believe. [[spoiler:Emerl was just the last Gizoid on earth instead of in existance.]]
*** Except WordOfGod has stated that ''Chronicles'' isn't canon at all, therefore this trope is subverted, as Knuckles and Emerl are still [[TheLastOfHisKind the last of their kind]] in the canon game universe.
*** Well, depending on how you interpret Tikal (its not clear whether she's really alive or dead), then Knuckles hasn't really been the last of his kind since about 4 years after his conception.
** [[spoiler:Knuckles]] also is considered this in the early Archie Comics.
** In ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' Knuckles was believed to be the last of the Echidnas until [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]] appeared.
]]
2nd Jan '16 2:05:11 PM nombretomado
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** In SonicTheComic Knuckles was belived to be the last of the Echidnas until [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]] appeared.

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** In SonicTheComic ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' Knuckles was belived believed to be the last of the Echidnas until [[OmnicidalManiac Doctor Zachary]] appeared.
31st Dec '15 12:06:48 AM Anddrix
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* ''{{Lobo}}'' in his first own series "The Last Czarnian" has to discover that another Czarnian survived his genocide on his own race, and worse, it's his fourth grade math teacher (probably one--if not the one--member of his race he hated most). And he has to bring her to Vril Dox unharmed. [[spoiler: However after his contract with Vril Dox is fulfilled he quickly fixes that mistake by snapping her neck.]]

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* ''{{Lobo}}'' ''Lobo'' in his first own series "The Last Czarnian" has to discover that another Czarnian survived his genocide on his own race, and worse, it's his fourth grade math teacher (probably one--if not the one--member of his race he hated most). And he has to bring her to Vril Dox unharmed. [[spoiler: However after his contract with Vril Dox is fulfilled he quickly fixes that mistake by snapping her neck.]]
27th Dec '15 2:14:49 PM nombretomado
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* [[TheSixMillionDollarMan Steve Austin]] thought he was the first and only Bionic man ... until the second season when he ran into OSI's "failed experiment": [[NamesTheSame Barney Miller]], the Seven Million Dollar Man.

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* [[TheSixMillionDollarMan [[Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan Steve Austin]] thought he was the first and only Bionic man ... until the second season when he ran into OSI's "failed experiment": [[NamesTheSame Barney Miller]], the Seven Million Dollar Man.
11th Nov '15 1:17:33 PM HighCrate
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* Interestingly, Goku is this in ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. While working on a difficult job for Frieza, Raditz remembers that his long-lost brother was sent away to a distant planet before their home planet was destroyed, so he and the other two remaining Saiyans, Nappa and Prince Vegeta, decide to recruit him to help out. The series does stick to Goku, Vegeta, Raditz and Nappa as the only survivors, however, and besides some HalfHumanHybrid children, no other pure-blood Saiyans are introduced in the main series. Long-lost Saiyan survivors sent to backwater planets serve as a common character type in Dragon Ball fanfiction, though.
** Played straight later on in the form of Tarble, Vegeta's younger brother introduced in the OVA ''Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!'' He was sent away because he lacked the BloodKnight tendencies of the other Saiyans, but comes to Earth to get his brother to help defeat some of Frieza's former minions. But aside from a brief mention in ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Battle of Gods]]'', he hasn't been seen since.
** The [[NonSerialMovie Non-Serial Movies]] also introduce a few more Saiyans: Turles, Goku's evil IdenticalStranger, Legendary Super Saiyan Broly, and his father Paragus, but they are generally considered non-canon.

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* Interestingly, Goku is this in ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. While working on a difficult job for Frieza, Freeza, Raditz remembers that his long-lost brother was sent away to a distant planet before their home planet was destroyed, so he and the other two remaining Saiyans, Nappa and Prince Vegeta, decide to recruit him to help out. The series does stick to Goku, Vegeta, Raditz and Nappa as the only survivors, however, and besides some HalfHumanHybrid children, no other pure-blood Saiyans are introduced in the main series. Long-lost Saiyan survivors sent to backwater planets serve as a common character type in Dragon Ball both the non-canon movies and fanfiction, though.
** Played straight later on in the form of Tarble, Vegeta's younger brother introduced in the OVA ''Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!'' He was sent away because he lacked the BloodKnight tendencies of the other Saiyans, but comes to Earth to get his brother to help defeat some of Frieza's Freeza's former minions. But aside from a brief mention in ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Battle of Gods]]'', he hasn't been seen since.
** The [[NonSerialMovie Non-Serial Movies]] also introduce a few more Saiyans: Turles, Goku's evil IdenticalStranger, and Legendary Super Saiyan Broly, Broly and his father Paragus, but they are generally considered non-canon.



* Subverted in ''ComicBook/YTheLastMan''. About ten issues in, it's revealed that [[spoiler:two male astronauts avoided the {{Gendercide}} because they were [[{{ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts}} in space at the time]]]]. A bare bones effort to ensure a safe landing ensued... but [[spoiler:both male astronauts died on reentry]]. The only one to survive was their female cosmonaut partner... [[spoiler:who was pregnant with the (male) baby of one of them]].

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* Subverted in ''ComicBook/YTheLastMan''. ''ComicBook/YTheLastMan'':
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About ten issues in, it's revealed that [[spoiler:two male astronauts avoided the {{Gendercide}} because they were [[{{ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts}} in space at the time]]]]. A bare bones effort to ensure a safe landing ensued... but [[spoiler:both male astronauts died on reentry]]. The only one to survive was their female cosmonaut partner... [[spoiler:who was pregnant with the (male) baby of one of them]].
18th Oct '15 10:41:48 AM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' and the Kryptonians. This got to ridiculous levels in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}. ComicBook/PostCrisis, it became editorial policy that Superman must be the ''only'' Kryptonian. So we got ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} the Earth Angel, ComicBook/{{Superboy}} the human clone with grafted powers (because Kryptonians couldn't even be cloned) and PowerGirl the Atlantean. [[spoiler:They changed their minds.]]

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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' and the Kryptonians. This got to ridiculous levels in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}. ComicBook/PostCrisis, it became editorial policy that Superman must be the ''only'' Kryptonian. So we got ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} the Earth Angel, ComicBook/{{Superboy}} the human clone with grafted powers (because Kryptonians couldn't even be cloned) and PowerGirl ComicBook/PowerGirl the Atlantean. [[spoiler:They changed their minds.]]
18th Oct '15 10:08:29 AM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' and the Kryptonians. This got to ridiculous levels in the SilverAge. PostCrisis, it became editorial policy that Superman must be the ''only'' Kryptonian. So we got ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} the Earth Angel, ComicBook/{{Superboy}} the human clone with grafted powers (because Kryptonians couldn't even be cloned) and PowerGirl the Atlantean. [[spoiler:They changed their minds.]]

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* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' and the Kryptonians. This got to ridiculous levels in the SilverAge. PostCrisis, UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}. ComicBook/PostCrisis, it became editorial policy that Superman must be the ''only'' Kryptonian. So we got ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} the Earth Angel, ComicBook/{{Superboy}} the human clone with grafted powers (because Kryptonians couldn't even be cloned) and PowerGirl the Atlantean. [[spoiler:They changed their minds.]]
10th Oct '15 12:44:04 PM AsForMyHandle
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-> '''Yoda:''' No. [[TropeNamers There is another]].

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-> '''Yoda:''' No. [[TropeNamers There is another]].another.
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