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20th Feb '17 9:18:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Literature/WetDesertTrackingDownATerroristOnTheColoradoRiver'':
** As the Crawfords travel down teh draining Lake Powell, they encounter a capsized boat with an empty life jacket. There is nobody to be seen and Julie is sure the boat's passengers are dead.
** When David, Afram and Judy can no longer hold on their raft, it and the other passengers are swept off the cliff where it had stranded and down the Colorado river towards Granite Narrows where the flood has probably formed a large waterfall. Keller and the others try to control the raft for some moments more before he is thrown off in a waterfall. The text ends with a mention of how he falls into the water and loses his senses. It is later revealed that their bodies and life jackets were found beneath Granite Narrows.
17th Feb '17 12:54:14 PM GothicProphet
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** Mablung, one of Thingol's captains. He may have died in the Second Kinslaying, or he may have survived only to die in the Third Kinslaying, or he may have survived both; we just don't know. Even if he ''did'' survive both Kinslayings, there's a little thing called the War of Wrath ahead...

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** Mablung, one of Thingol's captains. He may have died in the Second Kinslaying, or he may have survived only to die in the Third Kinslaying, or he may have survived both; we just don't know. Even if he ''did'' survive both Kinslayings, [[FromBadToWorse there's a little thing called the War of Wrath ahead...ahead]]...
17th Feb '17 12:52:57 PM GothicProphet
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->''"Thrain, Thorin's father, was driven mad by grief. He went missing, taken prisoner or killed; we did not know."''

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** Mablung, one of Thingol's captains. He may have died in the Second Kinslaying, or he may have survived only to die in the Third Kinslaying, or he may have survived both; we just don't know. Even if he ''did'' survive both Kinslayings, there's a little thing called the War of Wrath ahead...
16th Feb '17 4:24:53 PM GothicProphet
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** Maglor and Daeron, two of the greatest Elven minstrels, independently wandered off, WalkingTheEarth and singing laments. It's unknown what happened to them after the First Age; neither ever appears again. Some fans conjecture that they met ([[ShipsThatPassInTheNight and possibly got together]] during their wanderings.

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** Maglor and Daeron, two of the greatest Elven minstrels, independently wandered off, WalkingTheEarth and singing laments. It's unknown what happened to them after the First Age; neither ever appears again. Some fans conjecture that they met ([[ShipsThatPassInTheNight and possibly got together]] together]]) during their wanderings.
16th Feb '17 4:21:59 PM GothicProphet
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* ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'':
** Eluréd and Elurín were abandoned in the forest. Maedhros tried to find them but couldn't. No one knows what happened to them, but since they were only about six years old [[DownerEnding their chances of survival don't look good]]. [[note]] Though in one version of the story the forest animals led them to safety.[[/note]]
** Maglor and Daeron, two of the greatest Elven minstrels, independently wandered off, WalkingTheEarth and singing laments. It's unknown what happened to them after the First Age; neither ever appears again. Some fans conjecture that they met ([[ShipsThatPassInTheNight and possibly got together]] during their wanderings.
** [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Thuringwethil]] is a odd case. She herself never appears; Lúthien steals her skin to follow Beren. Whether this means she's dead, or whether she's still around somewhere is uncertain.
11th Feb '17 1:52:37 PM emperors
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* ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'' has this with some fish crewmembers of the Flying Dutchman. While majority of the crew regains their humanity and perform HeelFaceTurn once Davy Jones is dead, there were some who fell into the Maelstrom (examples are Clanker, Hadras, and at least two others) and one (Morey) who got decapitated by Barbossa. But knowing the nature of the Flying Dutchman crew, there is a chance they survived.

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* ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'' has this with some fish crewmembers of the Flying Dutchman. While majority of the crew regains their humanity and perform HeelFaceTurn once Davy Jones is dead, there were some who fell into the Maelstrom (examples are Clanker, Hadras, and at least two others) and one (Morey) who got decapitated by Barbossa. But knowing the nature of the Flying Dutchman crew, there is a chance they survived. It should be noted though, that none of them were seen when Will Turner was being made into a new Captain.
12th Jan '17 12:45:36 AM PaulA
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* In ''Film/FlashGordon'', Ming the Merciless is impaled, and disintegrates himself with his ring. However, the final scene shows a hand picking up the ring, with an evil laugh. It is unclear whether this is Ming or someone else entirely; however, it does not look like Ming's hand.

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* In ''Film/FlashGordon'', ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}'', Ming the Merciless is impaled, and disintegrates himself with his ring. However, the final scene shows a hand picking up the ring, with an evil laugh. It is unclear whether this is Ming or someone else entirely; however, it does not look like Ming's hand.
6th Jan '17 1:31:41 PM Yandie666
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* The end of season two of ''Series/XCompany'' finds Mirri is acting as a sniper, picking off German soldiers from a nearby tower. The last shot of her has her facing down the barrel of a rifle, looking rather sheepish. However, since Mirri is pretty much an all around badass Main/ActionGirl, it's not unreasonable to wonder if she got away.
18th Dec '16 8:35:34 PM SpocktorWho
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* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Archangel Gabriel is believed to be killed by Lucifer in [[Recap/SupernaturalS05E19HammerOfTheGods "Hammer of the Gods" (S05, Ep19)]], but seemingly returns to aid Castiel in [[Recap/SupernaturalS09E18MetaFiction "Meta Fiction" (S09, Ep18)]]. However, Castiel realizes that Gabriel is only an illusion. Castiel asks this Gabriel if he is really dead, but he only receives an eyebrow raise with a smirk as an answer.

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* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Archangel Gabriel is believed to be killed by Lucifer in [[Recap/SupernaturalS05E19HammerOfTheGods "Hammer of the Gods" (S05, Ep19)]], but seemingly returns to aid Castiel in [[Recap/SupernaturalS09E18MetaFiction "Meta Fiction" (S09, Ep18)]]. However, Castiel realizes that Gabriel is only an illusion. Castiel asks this Gabriel if he is really dead, but he only receives an eyebrow raise with a smirk as an answer. A definitive answer is finally provided in Season 11, when [[spoiler:his death is confirmed by God]].
13th Dec '16 3:25:51 PM emperors
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* ''Film/AlexanderNevsky'' does not ultimately show the fate of the German Bishop. He is last seen lying down on the ice and later we see the knights drowning. As he is not seen with the arrested leaders afterwards, it can be assumed he drowned along with the majority of the knights.


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* ''Film/AlexanderNevsky'' does not ultimately show the fate of the German Bishop. He is last seen lying down on the ice before it breaking and later we see drowning the knights drowning.Teutonic Knights. As he is not seen with the arrested leaders afterwards, it can be assumed he drowned along with the majority of the knights.

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