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2nd Feb '16 2:40:09 AM Adept
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* In the ''BirdyTheMighty'' anime, Tute, Birdy's police partner, dies by the third episode of the first season.
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* In the ''BirdyTheMighty'' ''BManga/irdyTheMighty'' anime, Tute, Birdy's police partner, dies by the third episode of the first season.
24th Jan '16 3:58:27 AM scooter
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* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'': The Atlantis mission's military commander, played by RobertPatrick, died in the pilot episode.
9th Jan '16 4:24:46 AM jormis29
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** This happens to an astonishing number of Primatech's female employees: [[CompellingVoice Eden McCain]], who has a short but memorable run as a plant monitoring Dr. Suresh before she tries to kill Sylar, who effortlessly [[NoSell No Sells]] and murders her; [[MasterOfIllusion Candice Willmer]], who has a similarly short yet memorable run as a Company agent tasked with capturing and keeping watch over Micah Sanders and later Sylar, up until he abruptly murders her; and lastly but most notably, Bridget Bailey, a psychometric women who may very well hold the world-record for this trope, as she has a ''single scene'' in which she's introduced to Sylar and then, [[RuleOfThree say it with me]], ''immediately murdered''. In fact, she's brought in '''expressly for this purpose''' (Angela flatly states she called her down solely so Sylar could kill her), and doesn't even get a line we only ever hear her scream.
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** This happens to an astonishing number of Primatech's female employees: [[CompellingVoice Eden McCain]], who has a short but memorable run as a plant monitoring Dr. Suresh before she tries to kill Sylar, who effortlessly [[NoSell No Sells]] and murders her; [[MasterOfIllusion Candice Willmer]], who has a similarly short yet memorable run as a Company agent tasked with capturing and keeping watch over Micah Sanders and later Sylar, up until he abruptly murders her; and lastly but most notably, Bridget Bailey, a psychometric {{psychomet|ry}}ric women who may very well hold the world-record for this trope, as she has a ''single scene'' in which she's introduced to Sylar and then, [[RuleOfThree say it with me]], ''immediately murdered''. In fact, she's brought in '''expressly for this purpose''' (Angela flatly states she called her down solely so Sylar could kill her), and doesn't even get a line we only ever hear her scream.
12th Dec '15 9:56:40 AM BigBertha
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** And as of season 4 Staci shared the same fate as Ezekiel did in season 1, due to her annoyance towards her team (Although Ezekiel was voted off in episode 2 of season 1, due to episode 1 ending on a {{Cliffhanger}}). The difference is that she got flung over.
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** And as of season 4 Staci shared the same fate as Ezekiel did in season 1, due to her annoyance towards her team (Although Ezekiel was voted off in episode 2 of season 1, due to episode 1 ending on a literal {{Cliffhanger}}). The difference is that she got flung over.

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** And as of season 4 Staci shared In ''The Ridonculous Race'', Leonard (again) and his partner Tammy were the same fate as Ezekiel did in season 1, due first to her annoyance towards her team (Although Ezekiel was voted off in episode 2 of season 1, due to episode 1 ending on a {{Cliffhanger}}). The difference is that she got flung over.get cut from the race.
9th Dec '15 11:27:31 AM Lopiny
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* ''Manga/OnePunchMan'' is fond of this with its villains. A villain comes in and starts wrecking everything, introduces itself, and then gets [[OneHitKill onepunched]] by the protagonists right after you'd have enough for a cool fight with a different, less overpowered hero. Often Saitama doesn't even let them ''[[KilledMidSentence finish]]''.
15th Nov '15 4:35:07 PM dibdobs
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** The Ninth Doctor, who was in only one series of 13 episodes. As he also has barely any ExpandedUniverse material, this makes him by far the shortest-lived and least-featured Doctor.
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** The Ninth Doctor, who was in only one series of 13 episodes. As he also has barely any ExpandedUniverse material, this makes him by far the (real world) shortest-lived and least-featured Doctor.Doctor, though we later learn he spent [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome a century travelling alone]].

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** The Ninth Doctor, *** In universe, it's the Tenth Doctor who was in gets the short end of the stick. Including an extra regeneration he burns up to keep the same face, his incarnation lives only one series of 13 episodes. As he also has barely any ExpandedUniverse material, this makes him by far the shortest-lived and least-featured Doctor.6 years!
8th Nov '15 6:33:48 PM Exusia
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* ''VideoGame/EasternMindTheLostSoulsOfTongNou'' has a few lives that end ''very'' quickly. Retsu, Gyou and Zen all only get to move around for a little bit before their untimely deaths; Retsu is thrown at the King of Life [[TemporalParadox by another reincarnation of Rin]], Gyou accidentally sets himself on fire and dies, and Zen inexplicably explodes after sounding an intruder alarm. There's also Jin who manages to be an exaggeration of this trope, as he ''doesn't even make it out of his introductory cutscene'' before biting the dust.
28th Oct '15 9:57:50 PM wolftickets1969
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** In ''Allied Assault'', Major Grillo, the SAS agent you rescue in the first mission, is killed off at the beginning of the second.
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** In ''Allied Assault'', the player character's [[RedShirtArmy entire squad is slaughtered]] in the first level. Major Grillo, the SAS agent you rescue in during the first mission, is killed off at the beginning of the second.
25th Oct '15 6:17:29 AM fruitstripegum
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* Several characters in ''WesternAnimation/AnimalsOfFarthingWood'' were only around for 1 season or a few episodes before they were killed off. A few such examples are the Pheasants, Dreamer, Bounder, the baby field mice, and the Newts.
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* Several characters in ''WesternAnimation/AnimalsOfFarthingWood'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'' were only around for 1 season or a few episodes before they were killed off. A few such examples are the Pheasants, Dreamer, Bounder, the baby field mice, and the Newts.

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* Several characters Former Urpney leader Captain Crigg in ''WesternAnimation/AnimalsOfFarthingWood'' were only around ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. We see him for 1 season or about a few episodes before they were killed off. A few such examples are minute in the Pheasants, Dreamer, Bounder, the baby field mice, and the Newts.first episode, when he is executed by Zordrak.
10th Oct '15 4:05:14 PM rjd1922
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* In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', Samus meets up with Adam, Anthony, and four other federation soldiers on the Bottle Ship. Of the four soldiers, three are dead within the first third of the game, the body of one of which is never found, and the other dies later on. None are characterized very much. K.G (he who was never found) in particular gets just two lines.
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* In ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', Samus meets up with Adam, Anthony, and four other federation soldiers on the Bottle Ship. Of the four soldiers, three are dead within the first third of the game, the body of one of which is never found, and the other dies later on. None are characterized very much. K.G G. (he who was never found) in particular gets just two lines.
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