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4th May '18 6:33:23 PM Gamermaster
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* Taken literally in ''Webcomic/SandraAndWoo'' where Larisa sold her soul to the devil to save her best friend's life (though the devil wanted to put [[FilleFatale her talents]] to use as a succubus rather than torment her for eternity).
23rd Apr '18 3:58:20 PM Peridonyx
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* ''Film/BramStokersDracula'': After some DidntThinkThisThrough words from a SuicideIsShameful-believing priest, Dracula decides that he'd rather follow his suicidal wife into Hell than spent eternity without her in Heaven. And if she and him are going to be damned like that -- even after all of their years of service toward God -- then he might as well get his money's worth by becoming a vampire! [[spoiler:Subverted in the end, though: His wife ends up in Heaven after all, and he ends up getting to join her anyway via RedemptionEqualsDeath.]]

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* ''Film/BramStokersDracula'': After some DidntThinkThisThrough words from a SuicideIsShameful-believing SuicideIsShameful-invoking priest, Dracula decides that he'd rather follow his suicidal wife into Hell than spent eternity without her in Heaven. And if she and him are they're going to be damned like that -- even after all of their years of service toward God -- then he might as well get his money's worth by becoming and become a vampire! [[spoiler:Subverted in the end, though: His wife though; she ends up in Heaven after all, and he ends up getting to join her anyway via RedemptionEqualsDeath.]]
10th Apr '18 6:54:34 PM Gamermaster
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* Taken literally with Vegeta during the Buu are of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. He willingly [[TakingYouWithMe blew himself up]] in order to ensure the safety of his wife and son, fully aware that he would be sent to hell afterwards for all the horrible crimes he had committed in his life.

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* Taken literally with Vegeta during the Buu are of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. He willingly [[TakingYouWithMe blew himself up]] in order to ensure the safety of his wife and son, fully aware that he would be sent to hell afterwards for all the horrible crimes he had committed in his life.
10th Apr '18 6:53:55 PM Gamermaster
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* Taken literally with Vegeta during the Buu are of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. He willingly [[TakingYouWithMe blew himself up]] in order to ensure the safety of his wife and son, fully aware that he would be sent to hell for all the horrible crimes he had comitted in his life afterwards.

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* Taken literally with Vegeta during the Buu are of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. He willingly [[TakingYouWithMe blew himself up]] in order to ensure the safety of his wife and son, fully aware that he would be sent to hell afterwards for all the horrible crimes he had comitted committed in his life afterwards.life.
10th Apr '18 6:51:15 PM Gamermaster
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* Taken literally with Vegeta during the Buu are of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. He willingly [[TakingYouWithMe blew himself up]] in order to ensure the safety of his wife and son, fully aware that he would be sent to hell for all the horrible crimes he had comitted in his life afterwards.
1st Apr '18 11:48:11 AM Gammaween10
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* ''Manga/Devilman'' has this moment at the very beginning when Akira agrees, with full foreknowledge, to join with a devil purely because his best friend asks him to. He pretty much name checks the trope.

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* ''Manga/Devilman'' ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' has this moment at the very beginning when Akira agrees, with full foreknowledge, to join with a devil purely because his best friend asks him to. He pretty much name checks the trope.
31st Mar '18 1:06:54 PM nombretomado
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* Something of this is there in ''[[FatalFrame Fatal Frame II]]'', specifically in the best ending. The protagonists, twin sisters Mio and Mayu, do get better, but only to a point, because Mayu was definitely worth hell for Mio, who faced the undead all alone and went down to even the very entrance to hell, and stared down to it to rescue her sister from falling into it, which left her blind forever. From there on, it would be Mayu who would look after Mio, instead of the other way around, like it had been for years.\\

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* Something of this is there in ''[[FatalFrame Fatal Frame II]]'', ''VideoGame/FatalFrameIICrimsonButterfly'', specifically in the best ending. The protagonists, twin sisters Mio and Mayu, do get better, but only to a point, because Mayu was definitely worth hell for Mio, who faced the undead all alone and went down to even the very entrance to hell, and stared down to it to rescue her sister from falling into it, which left her blind forever. From there on, it would be Mayu who would look after Mio, instead of the other way around, like it had been for years.\\
25th Feb '18 4:45:17 PM DustSnitch
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* ''Literature/ParadiseLost'' takes this approach with Adam's original sin; he knew that to eat the fruit would defy the will of God, but to not eat it would condemn Eve alone. He chose to eat it.

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* ''Literature/ParadiseLost'' takes this approach with Adam's original sin; he knew Deconstructed in ''Literature/ParadiseLost''. Adam recognizes that Eve damned herself by eating from the forbidden fruit, but he feels so connected to eat her that he eats the fruit would defy and falls so that he can continue to be with "the flesh of his flesh." The logical consequences of this trope follows when the will of God, but evil and selfishness Adam accepts by falling immediately turns him against Eve, who he now sees as an inhuman devil who is entirely to not eat it would condemn Eve alone. He chose to eat it.blame for his fall.
22nd Feb '18 6:48:51 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/RichardWagner's opera ''[[Theatre/DerRingDesNibelungen Die Walkure]]'', Siegmund rejects eternal glory in Valhalla rather than be separated from wife/sister Sieglinde.

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* In Creator/RichardWagner's Music/RichardWagner's opera ''[[Theatre/DerRingDesNibelungen Die Walkure]]'', Siegmund rejects eternal glory in Valhalla rather than be separated from wife/sister Sieglinde.
20th Feb '18 9:34:06 AM MrDeath
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* Inverted in ''Huntress: Year One'': when Huntress kills Stephen Mandragora (her first murder), she declares that killing him is worth going to hell.
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