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27th May '17 5:42:58 PM MasterHero
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* ''Anime/ReCreators'': [[MagicalGirl Mamika Kirameki]] is the kindest, selfless, and has the strongest moral compass of all the characters that come to real world. She dies first, in one of the most painful ways possible. For extra tragedy, she gets killed by the same person she was trying to help.
11th May '17 9:12:10 PM BKelly95
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* Meg Manning from ''Series/VeronicaMars'' is a DoubleSubversion. Throughout the first season, she's portrayed as the nicest student at Neptune High, going out of her way to be friendly with her classmates. She's even nice to Veronica who's a social outcast. In the second season premiere, she's on board the bus that goes over the cliff into the sea, but the subversion happens in the following episode when it's revealed she was the only survivor. She remains comatose for several episodes before waking up, then dies from a blood clot in her heart. She lives just long enough to [[spoiler: give birth to Duncan Kane's baby.]]
1st May '17 8:56:23 AM gb00393
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* Quite a few times in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', as a CrapsackWorld where AnyoneCanDie, a completely innocent and kindhearted character will be killed off through no fault of their own. Significant examples include Sansa's direwolf Lady in Season 1, Talisa in Season 3, Shireen and Myrcella in Season 5, Hodor, Rickon, Tommen and Walda in Season 6.

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* Quite a few times in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', as a CrapsackWorld where AnyoneCanDie, a completely innocent and kindhearted character will be killed off through no fault of their own. Significant examples include Sansa's direwolf Lady in Season 1, Talisa in Season 3, Shireen and Myrcella in Season 5, Hodor, Rickon, Tommen and Tommen, Walda and Hodor, who is the most gentle, good-hearted character in the whole series and dies a gruesome death at the hands of the White Walkers in Season 6.
29th Apr '17 1:18:49 PM Maddoxsort
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-->-- '''Sheen Estevez''', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius''

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-->-- '''Sheen Estevez''', Estevez''' [[note]]in a moment of {{Melodrama}}[[/note]], ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius''
23rd Apr '17 12:45:13 AM PaulA
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* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': Lillias, in the anime series.

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* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': ''Anime/TheSecretGarden'': Lillias, in the anime series.



* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': The 1987 Hallmark adaptation invoked this [[spoiler:''by killing off Dickon!'']]

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* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': ''Film/{{The Secret Garden|1987}}'': The 1987 Hallmark adaptation invoked this [[spoiler:''by [[spoiler:by killing off Dickon!'']]Dickon, the FriendToAllLivingThings]].
10th Apr '17 5:35:49 PM DustSnitch
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* Galahad of KingArthur's court. No sooner does this sinless, invincible young [[MessianicArchetype Christ]] figure achieve the Quest of the Grail than he is taken up to Heaven.

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* Galahad of KingArthur's court. No sooner does this sinless, invincible young [[MessianicArchetype Christ]] figure Christ figure]] achieve the Quest of the Grail than he is taken up to Heaven.



** Jesus Christ Himself (He died for our sins, you know). [[spoiler: He got better, though.]]

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** [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} Jesus Christ Christ]] Himself (He died for our sins, you know). [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He got better, though.]]
5th Apr '17 1:34:01 AM handsonsocks
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* Quite a few times in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', as a CrapsackWorld where AnyoneCanDie, a completely innocent and kindhearted character will be killed off through no fault of their own. Significant examples include Sansa's direwolf Lady in Season 1, Talisa in Season 3, Shireen and Myrcella in Season 5, Rickon, Tommen and Walda in Season 6.

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* Quite a few times in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', as a CrapsackWorld where AnyoneCanDie, a completely innocent and kindhearted character will be killed off through no fault of their own. Significant examples include Sansa's direwolf Lady in Season 1, Talisa in Season 3, Shireen and Myrcella in Season 5, Hodor, Rickon, Tommen and Walda in Season 6.
2nd Apr '17 4:08:47 PM nombretomado
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* Nei from ''[[PhantasyStarII Phantasy Star II]]'' became a poster girl of the series for this reason, serving as a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]]. In the game, she's the only [[CuteMonsterGirl bio monster]] that isn't evil, and she is in fact more [[PluckyGirl optimistic and cheerful than most people]]. She fights to protect her friend, knowing that killing a certain bad guy will also kill her permanently (in a game where DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist). And the reason for all this is because she split herself off from Neifirst as her "good" half. Of course she's TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth, she's literally everything good about one girl in an independent form. [[spoiler: Which is also why Neifirst can survive if she dies, but not the other way around; Nei might be inherently good, but a person can't ''be'' a complete person without at least ''some'' negative traits; this comes up later in Phantasy Star IV, when it's directly pointed out that it's necessary for humans to have "bad" feelings in order to be human in the first place.]]

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* Nei from ''[[PhantasyStarII Phantasy Star II]]'' ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarII'' became a poster girl of the series for this reason, serving as a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]]. In the game, she's the only [[CuteMonsterGirl bio monster]] that isn't evil, and she is in fact more [[PluckyGirl optimistic and cheerful than most people]]. She fights to protect her friend, knowing that killing a certain bad guy will also kill her permanently (in a game where DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist). And the reason for all this is because she split herself off from Neifirst as her "good" half. Of course she's TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth, she's literally everything good about one girl in an independent form. [[spoiler: Which is also why Neifirst can survive if she dies, but not the other way around; Nei might be inherently good, but a person can't ''be'' a complete person without at least ''some'' negative traits; this comes up later in Phantasy Star IV, when it's directly pointed out that it's necessary for humans to have "bad" feelings in order to be human in the first place.]]
31st Mar '17 4:31:16 AM Doug86
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* ''BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'': [[spoiler: Superman]], the entire film's running theme is this given [[spoiler: how much the general public distrusts and even hates Superman, all of which is contrasted by the unflinching love everyone seems to have for him after his sacrifice to stop Doomsday and save the world...again.]]

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* ''BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'': ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'': [[spoiler: Superman]], the entire film's running theme is this given [[spoiler: how much the general public distrusts and even hates Superman, all of which is contrasted by the unflinching love everyone seems to have for him after his sacrifice to stop Doomsday and save the world...again.]]
25th Mar '17 11:16:54 PM justanid
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Compare with DiabolusExMachina. Also compare with ShooOutTheClowns, in which the lighthearted and comic-relief characters are taken or killed off the story to show that [[CerebusSyndrome things have gotten serious.]] Contrast with AssholeVictim, someone who is "Too Sinful For This Good Earth"; and LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt. See also PuritySue, for the kind of character who most often gets this treatment; and BuryYourGays, for how this is applied to homosexuals.

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Compare with DiabolusExMachina. DiabolusExMachina and TooHappyToLive. Also compare with ShooOutTheClowns, in which the lighthearted and comic-relief characters are taken or killed off the story to show that [[CerebusSyndrome things have gotten serious.]] serious]]. Contrast with AssholeVictim, someone who is "Too Sinful For This Good Earth"; and LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt. See also PuritySue, for the kind of character who most often gets this treatment; and BuryYourGays, for how this is applied to homosexuals.
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