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8th Aug '17 10:41:37 PM Pichu-kun
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* A reoccurring theme in ''Manga/OnePiece''. The Straw Hats refuse to move on unless all their [[TrueCompanions friends]] are well and happy.

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* A reoccurring theme in ''Manga/OnePiece''. The Straw Hats refuse to move on unless all their [[TrueCompanions friends]] are well and happy.happy:



* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', when Sasuke [[FaceHeelTurn is leaving Konoha to defect to Orochimaru]], [[AllLoveIsUnrequited Sakura]] begs him to take her with after failing to convince him not to leave, even though that would make her a wanted traitor as well. He [[ShooTheDog refuses and knocks her out to prevent her from following him]].

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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', when ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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Sasuke [[FaceHeelTurn is leaving Konoha to defect to Orochimaru]], [[AllLoveIsUnrequited Sakura]] begs him to take her with after failing to convince him not to leave, even though that would make her a wanted traitor as well. He [[ShooTheDog refuses and knocks her out to prevent her from following him]].
26th Jun '17 5:39:27 PM WillBGood
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* In [[Literature/TheHungerGames Catching Fire]] Peeta volunteers to [[spoiler:go back into the arena with Katniss, even though he's still traumatized from the horrors of their first arena, and convinced that there's no way they can both make it out alive this time. He wants to die doing everything he can to keep her safe, rather than sit on the sidelines (like she wants him to).]]

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* In [[Literature/TheHungerGames ''[[Literature/TheHungerGames Catching Fire]] Fire]]'' Peeta volunteers to [[spoiler:go back into the arena with Katniss, even though he's still traumatized from the horrors of their first arena, and convinced that there's no way they can both make it out alive this time. He wants to die doing everything he can to keep her safe, rather than sit on the sidelines (like she wants him to).]]
26th Jun '17 2:31:39 AM Rotpar
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* In Dean Koontz's ''TheBadPlace'', [[spoiler: Clint shoots himself on the bed where he laid his now-deceased wife, right in front of [[BigBad Candy]], who killed her. [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove Candy, naturally, doesn't get why he did that.]]]]

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* In Dean Koontz's ''TheBadPlace'', Creator/DeanKoontz's ''Literature/TheBadPlace'', [[spoiler: Clint shoots himself on the bed where he laid his now-deceased wife, right in front of [[BigBad Candy]], who killed her. [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove Candy, naturally, doesn't get why he did that.]]]]
7th Jun '17 8:25:34 PM Fireblood
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** ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'' almost ends up with no survivors at all, when Horatio attempts to poison himself and die with Hamlet. It's only Hamlet's intervention that stops it. Horatio's attempted suicide is actually him trying to follow Hamlet to hell, as it was believed that suicide would damn someone to hell.

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** ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'' almost ends up with no survivors at all, when Horatio attempts to poison himself and die with Hamlet. It's only Hamlet's intervention that stops it. Horatio's attempted suicide is actually him trying to follow Hamlet to hell, as it was believed that suicide would damn someone to hell.there.



* Decembrists' Wives. The Decembrists were an early XIX century rebellious movement in Russia, they tried to fight tsarism, abolish serfdom and (some of them) even to make Russia a democracy. They were all arrested and sent to [[TheGulag ''katorga'']]. Many of their wives followed them voluntarily, some even abandoning nobility. This is particularly notable as any women who followed their men to Siberia were thus just as banished as the men they went for. They weren't allowed back to civilisation.

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* Decembrists' Wives.wives. The Decembrists were an early XIX century rebellious movement in Russia, they tried to fight tsarism, abolish serfdom and (some of them) even to make Russia a democracy. They were all arrested and sent to [[TheGulag ''katorga'']]. Many of their wives followed them voluntarily, some even abandoning nobility. This is particularly notable as any women who followed their men to Siberia were thus just as banished as the men they went for. They weren't allowed back to civilisation.civilization.



* Reportedly the Frisian king Redbad was about to get baptised, with one foot in his baptismal font, when he asked whether his family would be in heaven too. The priest denied that, so Redbad quit and remained pagan for the rest of his life.

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* Reportedly the Frisian king Redbad was about to get baptised, baptized, with one foot in his baptismal font, when he asked whether his family would be in heaven too. The priest denied that, so Redbad quit and remained pagan for the rest of his life.
6th Jun '17 12:50:25 PM Gosicrystal
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Do not confuse this trope with RefusingParadise. That trope is where someone rejects a good end instead of embraces a bad one.

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Do not confuse this trope with RefusingParadise. That trope is where someone rejects a good end instead of embraces embracing a bad one.
22nd May '17 2:02:47 PM Phys101
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* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' does this [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2010-09-20 as literally as is possible]]. [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2010-09-21 And lampshaded.]] And confided to Fucshia in an AfterActionPatchup.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'' does this [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2010-09-20 as literally as is possible]]. [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2010-09-21 And lampshaded.]] And confided to Fucshia Fuchsia in an AfterActionPatchup.
20th May '17 7:13:06 AM Jeduthun
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Done well, this can be a TearJerker of epic proportions. The biggest difference between this trope and TogetherInDeath is that the characters in question don't necessarily have to be dead for this. At least not ''yet'', and perhaps they won't ever die at all - just spend eternity trapped someplace together. If their fortunes change, expect an OrpheanRescue.

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Done well, this can be a TearJerker of epic proportions. The biggest difference between this trope and TogetherInDeath is that the characters in question don't necessarily have to be dead for this. At least not ''yet'', and perhaps they won't ever die at all - just spend eternity trapped someplace together. If their fortunes change, expect an OrpheanRescue.
OrpheanRescue. If someone's planned that from the beginning, it's ToHellAndBack.
4th Mar '17 11:07:38 AM nombretomado
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* MarkTwain's quip about choosing "Heaven for the climate, and Hell for the society" could perhaps fit as a page quote.

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* MarkTwain's Creator/MarkTwain's quip about choosing "Heaven for the climate, and Hell for the society" could perhaps fit as a page quote.
1st Mar '17 2:23:24 PM skidoo23
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The Twelfth Doctor does this literally and figuratively for Clara Oswald in the Series 9 episodes "Heaven Sent" and "Hell Bent" when he endures ''billions'' of years in a mental torture chamber just for the chance of seeing Clara again and hopefully rescuing her from her fate.
26th Dec '16 5:03:10 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* "Bat Out of Hell" by JimSteinman and performed by MeatLoaf

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* "Bat Out of Hell" by JimSteinman Music/JimSteinman and performed by MeatLoafMusic/MeatLoaf
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