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26th Jun '16 10:25:03 AM nombretomado
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* The first ''BaldursGate'' and ''Shadows of Amn'' only have one ending, but the expansion to the second game that concludes the story has three main endings (Good God, Bad God, and Mortal) as well as side-endings for your various companions.

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* The first ''BaldursGate'' ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and ''Shadows ''[[VideoGame/BaldursGateII Shadows of Amn'' Amn]]'' only have one ending, but the expansion to the second game that concludes the story has three main endings (Good God, Bad God, and Mortal) as well as side-endings for your various companions.
16th Jun '16 8:33:52 PM Ramidel
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''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' has [[MultipleEndings its own page]].

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''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' has [[MultipleEndings [[MultipleEndings/ShinMegamiTensei its own page]].
16th Jun '16 8:33:38 PM Ramidel
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''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' has [[MultipleEndings its own page]].



* The ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' series is known for featuring multiple endings.
** ''VideoGame/MegamiTenseiII'' for the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Famicom]] has two possible endings, depending on some choices the player makes during the game.
** The endings (Law, Chaos, and Neutral) in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiI'' and ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiII'' depens on the SilentProtagonist's [[CharacterAlignment alignment]] and his choices on who to side with.
*** Incidentally, [[spoiler:the Law and Chaos endings in ''Shin Megami Tensei I'' both ''[[DownerEnding suck royally]]'', and the neutral one isn't much better.]] This has since become a hallmark of the series.
** ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne]]'' has 5 endings selected upon your actions before entering the final dungeon, based on who you've allied with, and in the US version whether or not you completed the bonus dungeon prior to entering. This actually affects more than just the ending, as it also affects the bosses you'll need to fight. There are total of 4 bosses you can fight in the final dungeon, but depending on your actions, you might be able to skip one of them.
*** If you allied with Chiaki, then you'll still have to fight her, due to her "strong rules all" philosophy, as well as Isamu and Hikawa before facing the final boss. This results in a world where "Survival of the Fittest" is law: the powerful rule while the weak perish.
*** If you allied with Isamu, he'll be defeated prior to entering, so you won't have to fight him; however, you'll have to fight Chiaki and Hikawa and then fight the final boss. This results in a world where all are free to live as they see fit, but do so in complete isolation.
*** If you allied with Hikawa, he'll allow you to pass without fighting him, but you'll need to fight Chiaki and Isamu before fighting the final boss. This results in a WorldOfSilence.
*** If you allied with none of them (by either rejecting all of them or trying to ally with more than one of them), then you'll have to fight all three of them. Also, the ending you get depends on how you responded to a certain character's questions earlier. If you responded with fear, then you won't fight the final boss, and you'll get the worst ending where nothing changes, and the Vortex World perpetuates in a state of primordial chaos for all eternity.
*** If you do the above but answered with courage, then you'll also fight the final boss and upon winning get the good freedom ending, where the world is brought back to the way it was in the beginning.
*** If you completed the Amala Labrynth and became a full demon, then you'll be forced out of any alliance you may have had and need to fight Chiaki, Isamu, and Hikawa as well as the original final boss. After that, you'll need to fight a new final boss after the original one. In the end, the Vortex World and reality as we know it is destroyed as part of Lucifer's master plan in his war against God.
** In ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIf'', the type of ending that you get is decided by which character you picked as a partner in the beginning of the game.
** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiStrangeJourney'' has your typical Law, Neutral, and Chaos ending, depending on the MC's alignment and alignment-changing dialogue choices.
** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIV'' also has a Law, Neutral, and Chaos ending in addition to a fourth ending unlocked by making a certain choice near the end of the game.
** The original ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' has four endings: a good and a bad ending for both the normal plot and the Snow Queen Quest.
*** Normal Path: [[spoiler:Which ending you get depends on whether or not you answer certain questions correctly. Get any of said questions wrong, and you get a bad ending at the moment of the revelation. Get them all right, and the game continues to the final boss and Good Ending.]]
*** Snow Queen Quest: [[spoiler:The only way to get the bad ending is to try to proceed past a certain point in the game without having enough of the mirror shards picked up throughout the game. Since most players would most likely try to get all the mirror shards, this can be difficult. Naturally, the good ending happens if you do get enough mirror shards.]]
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' forces the player to make a difficult choice: [[spoiler:it turns out your friend Ryoji is the unwilling harbinger of the BigBad, Nyx, who he claims is totally unstoppable. Ryoji offers to let you kill him, saying that if you do this before midnight on New Year's Eve, your memories of the impending apocalypse will be erased and you can live out what little time you have left free from the painful burden of knowing the end of humanity is coming. If you choose to kill him, your characters get to live three months as {{ordinary high school student}}s without a care in the world. The final shot is of you happily and unknowingly singing karaoke with friends, a split second before Nyx wipes out all life on Earth. Choose not to kill him, and the game continues on into January, leading up to an eventual confrontation between your party and Nyx.]]
*** The bad ending may also count as a NonstandardGameOver, since this choice does NOT happen at the end of the game. If you choose [[spoiler:not to kill Ryoji]], the game will continue for a while longer.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''[='=]s multiple endings were designed, clearly, by a true sadist, and operate like peeling the layers off of an onion: [[spoiler:First you get the standard-type moral choice you get in most multiple endings. Get revenge by murdering the murderer, or hand him over to the police, knowing he won't be convicted. The best choice is to stall for time, because he's not actually the murderer. The third bad ending can be avoided only if you can guess the true murderer in three tries, with very little evidence. The second-best ending then tries its damndest to convince you that it's actually the best ending possible. Only a series of totally counterintuitive actions will lead you to the true puppetmaster, the true final battle, and the real best ending.]]
*** The remake adds another ending that is one huge WhatTheHellPlayer: [[spoiler:You become the murderer's accomplice and destroy incriminating evidence.]] It also adds an extra epilogue if you achieve the true ending ''and'' complete a certain bonus dungeon.
** ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' has five main endings, most of which hinge on what the player decides [[spoiler:how to handle the threat of demons, and who to align with.]] With varying results. Note that it is easier to categorize some of the endings by the standard Law/Chaos alignment of SMT rather than Good/Bad. To elaborate:
*** Chaos: [[spoiler:You become demon overlord by teaming up with Naoya/Cain and/or Kaido, and proceed to fight God, while humanity huddles in a corner avoiding all conflict. Humanity is free but is constantly under threat of annihilation.]]
*** Law: [[spoiler:You become the world's messiah by joining Amane, and have the Demons serve God, and kill anyone who opposes your system. Humanity is preserved but all freedom is taken away.]]
*** Neutral (Song of Hope): [[spoiler:You send ALL demons back to where they came from with Haru's song, giving up the power of Bel but freeing humanity from supernatural threats forever.]] This is the most difficult ending to acquire and survive, through.
*** Neutral (Silent Revolution): [[spoiler:You manage to control all of the demons with the Server with Atsuro's hacking, causing a new technological revolution that turns Japan into a superpower.]]
*** Bad (And the one you can get by default): [[spoiler:You run away by listening to Yuzu's (poor) advice, and by doing so get the whole world killed. "What you found outside was no different from what you ran away from. And the only angels that could have stopped this were killed by your own hands."]]
*** NonStandardGameOver: [[spoiler:You escape on day 6, and angels descend and remove free will.]]
** The ''Overclocked'' remake adds an extra day to three of these endings, allowing for a more detailed ending which, against SMT tradition, are pretty much positive.
*** Chaos/Good: [[spoiler:You refuse to kill any humans as you drive out the angels, sending them back to heaven after defeating Metatron. You then head to the demon world alone to raise an army against God. Notable in that it is the only ending where you can get all 10 potential party members.]]
*** Chaos/Evil: [[spoiler:You cut down everyone who stands in your way and drive the angels out. Before raising your army against God, you use your demons to subjugate humanity to become the ruler of two worlds. In the process, you lose all your friends except for Naoya, Kaido, and a corrupted and broken Atsuro.]]
*** Law: [[spoiler:You start enforcing the will of God, and in the process can prove to God that even people He (or his angels) declares irredeemable can actually be redeemed. You then stop Japan's creator god from destroying Japan by showing him Cain has changed slightly, and in the process you set Naoya/Cain on the path to potential redemption (though he'll never side with God since He manipulated him into killing Abel).]]
*** Less Bad/Neutral: [[spoiler:You escape from the lockdown, finding out that your families have been captured by the government, and angels are starting to try and assert control over mankind. Wanting to fix everything, you head back into the lockdown, where you defeat Belberith to potentially stop the influx of demons, and (optionally) help the Devas restore the barrier between the human and demon worlds. You essentially spend the rest of your life helping fix the mess, but if you fail to restore the barrier, then demon attacks stay a regular occurrence within Tokyo.]]
*** Bad Neutral: [[spoiler:You fail to do the barrier events, which means that demons will continuously flood the earth at the end with no way to close it. (This also happens if Gin is dead during that playthrough.) It's also the only one that doesn't earn any achievements for getting it]].
** VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2, following the first game, also offers five endings and one GoldenEnding. These are different as they are based upon the Qualities of a Star Sign instead of on alignments. Upon and after fighting the FinalBoss, who's been trying to destroy the world:
*** Cardinal (Law): [[spoiler:Also known as the Egalitarian ending. You ally with Ronaldo Kuriki and convince Polaris to bring a world of equality, where everybody works for the benefit of everyone.]]
*** Mutable (Chaos): [[spoiler:Also known as the Meritorious ending. You ally with Yamato Hotsuin and convince Polaris to bring a world ruled with meritocracy (a mild case of SocialDarwinism), where those with skills and talents prosper and the rest are weeded out.]]
*** Neutral: [[spoiler:Also known as the Restorer ending. You ally with Daichi and convince Polaris to restore the world, bringing you back to the time before the events of the game start, i.e. pressing the ResetButton. It concludes with a message asking whether or not Polaris will just destroy Earth again.]]
*** Fixed: [[spoiler:Also known as the Liberator ending. You ally with Daichi and decide to kill Polaris, freeing humanity from its control and threat but also leaving you with a world already badly ravaged by Polaris (the void isn't undone, leaving only Tokyo and a sea full of undrinkable water). You also removed any supernatural influence and pretty much doom what's left of humanity to slowly starve to death. For some reason, [[EsotericHappyEnding the game treats this as a good thing]].]]
*** Neutral/Chaos: [[spoiler:Also known as the Kingmaker ending. You ally with Al Saiduq and decide to kill Polaris and have Al Saiduq replace it as the world's god and create a new world.]]
*** Fixed+: [[spoiler:Also known as the Restorer ending with Triumphant. You ally with Daichi and convince Polaris to restore the world, identically to the normal Restorer ending. The difference is that, having recruited every party member and made them all grow and develop, this development shines through in the restored world. The message at the end states that Polaris definitely will not just destroy Earth again.]]
** ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'' ''[[UpdatedRerelease Record Breaker's Triangulum Arc]]'' has its own set of four endings.
*** [[DownerEnding Willing Sacrifice]]: [[spoiler: The party agrees with Miyako's plan to sacrifice themselves and their Administrative Authority, to turn Alcor into a real Administrator. This results in the world being regressed again, but the entire party is now suffering a FateWorseThanDeath and Alcor will have to step aside for El-Rai, when he eventually comes to take over the Heavenly Throne next.]]
*** ForeverWar: [[spoiler: The party decides to defeat Carnopus and regress the world, so they can fight every Administrator that comes after it to destroy the world, over and over, until none are left. The invasions also begin to take place earlier and it's implied that, eventually, the entire party will die and the next Administrator can destroy the world, with no resistances.]]
*** [[BittersweetEnding A True Administrator]]: [[spoiler: They plan to place a new Administrator, with their own sword, onto the Heavenly Throne. The protagonist ascends the throne, becoming a [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence no longer human]] Administrator, with Alcor as his sword by his side and will watch over the world. As he is not part of the Administrative System itself, he does not need to step aside for the next Administrator coming and, as he was originally human, has no grudge to destroy the world. The protagonist remains on the Heavenly Throne, but has removed any memory of him from all of his friends and watches over them. Daichi mentions 'forgetting something important' to Io when they graduate.]]
*** [[GoldenEnding Record Breaker]]: [[spoiler: It's decided to create a new world entirely, with no Administrative System in place, and using the will of all inhabitants on earth to create this new world. Carnopus is defeated, the new world is being built and even Miyako and Alcor, part of the Administrative System, manage to be free of it and get reborn as humans on earth and everyone meets up at the beach.]]
30th May '16 9:48:50 PM superkeijikun
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*** If you allied with Chiaki, then you'll still have to fight her, due to her "strong rules all" philosophy, as well as Isamu and Hikawa before facing the final boss.
*** If you allied with Isamu, he'll be defeated prior to entering, so you won't have to fight him; however, you'll have to fight Chiaki and Hikawa and then fight the final boss.
*** If you allied with Hikawa, he'll allow you to pass without fighting him, but you'll need to fight Chiaki and Isamu before fighting the final boss.
*** If you allied with none of them (by either rejecting all of them or trying to ally with more than one of them), then you'll have to fight all three of them. Also, the ending you get depends on how you responded to a certain character's questions earlier. If you responded with fear, then you won't fight the final boss, and you'll get the worst ending where nothing changes.
*** If you do the above but answered with courage, then you'll also fight the final boss and upon winning get the good freedom ending.
*** If you completed the Amala Labrynth and became a full demon, then you'll be forced out of any alliance you may have had and need to fight Chiaki, Isamu, and Hikawa as well as the original final boss. After that, you'll need to fight a new final boss after the original one.

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*** If you allied with Chiaki, then you'll still have to fight her, due to her "strong rules all" philosophy, as well as Isamu and Hikawa before facing the final boss.
boss. This results in a world where "Survival of the Fittest" is law: the powerful rule while the weak perish.
*** If you allied with Isamu, he'll be defeated prior to entering, so you won't have to fight him; however, you'll have to fight Chiaki and Hikawa and then fight the final boss.
boss. This results in a world where all are free to live as they see fit, but do so in complete isolation.
*** If you allied with Hikawa, he'll allow you to pass without fighting him, but you'll need to fight Chiaki and Isamu before fighting the final boss.
boss. This results in a WorldOfSilence.
*** If you allied with none of them (by either rejecting all of them or trying to ally with more than one of them), then you'll have to fight all three of them. Also, the ending you get depends on how you responded to a certain character's questions earlier. If you responded with fear, then you won't fight the final boss, and you'll get the worst ending where nothing changes.
changes, and the Vortex World perpetuates in a state of primordial chaos for all eternity.
*** If you do the above but answered with courage, then you'll also fight the final boss and upon winning get the good freedom ending.
ending, where the world is brought back to the way it was in the beginning.
*** If you completed the Amala Labrynth and became a full demon, then you'll be forced out of any alliance you may have had and need to fight Chiaki, Isamu, and Hikawa as well as the original final boss. After that, you'll need to fight a new final boss after the original one. In the end, the Vortex World and reality as we know it is destroyed as part of Lucifer's master plan in his war against God.
24th May '16 8:27:07 PM nombretomado
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* Most of the ''{{Atelier|Series}}'' games (published in the West by Nippon Ichi) have multiple endings; some of the earlier, free-form Atelier games have upwards of ''thirteen'' of them, ranging from good to bad. The ''Iris'' sub-series mostly did away with this, but for the ''Mana Khemia'' games and the ''Atelier'' outings on the DS, the concept returned with a vengeance. It'll be back '''[[MemeticMutation IN THE THUNDERDOME!]]''' with the upcoming ''Atelier Rorona'' for the PS3; that game is being touted as having '''''[[SerialEscalation thirty]]''''' such endings of various types, among the highest count in the history of the medium.

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* Most of the ''{{Atelier|Series}}'' games (published in the West by Nippon Ichi) have multiple endings; some of the earlier, free-form Atelier games have upwards of ''thirteen'' of them, ranging from good to bad. The ''Iris'' sub-series mostly did away with this, but for the ''Mana Khemia'' games and the ''Atelier'' outings on the DS, the concept returned with a vengeance. It'll be back '''[[MemeticMutation IN THE THUNDERDOME!]]''' with the upcoming ''Atelier Rorona'' for the PS3; [=PS3=]; that game is being touted as having '''''[[SerialEscalation thirty]]''''' such endings of various types, among the highest count in the history of the medium.



** Interestingly, NoCanonForTheWicked could be considered to be inverted -- if you start a new character in ''Mass Effect 2'', he/she will have made all the bad choices ([[spoiler:Wrex died, the council died, Shepard chose Udina rather than Anderson, the Rachni were wiped out -- the only highly significant one that may turn out 'as expected' is that Shepard will save Kaiden if female and Ashley if male]]). This led to many people starting from Mass Effect 2 to either import someone else's character with the desired decisions, or use a save editor to create the character they want. As discussed on CuttingOffTheBranches, some fans speculate this is a sneaky way of encouraging players to play the first game instead of jumping into the sequel blind. On the other hand, the PS3 version, due to the first game never being released for that system, includes an interactive comic book that allows the players to make decisions about major events.

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** Interestingly, NoCanonForTheWicked could be considered to be inverted -- if you start a new character in ''Mass Effect 2'', he/she will have made all the bad choices ([[spoiler:Wrex died, the council died, Shepard chose Udina rather than Anderson, the Rachni were wiped out -- the only highly significant one that may turn out 'as expected' is that Shepard will save Kaiden if female and Ashley if male]]). This led to many people starting from Mass Effect 2 to either import someone else's character with the desired decisions, or use a save editor to create the character they want. As discussed on CuttingOffTheBranches, some fans speculate this is a sneaky way of encouraging players to play the first game instead of jumping into the sequel blind. On the other hand, the PS3 [=PS3=] version, due to the first game never being released for that system, includes an interactive comic book that allows the players to make decisions about major events.
11th May '16 3:47:25 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''ValkyrieProfile'' is a bit odd. It's possible (but not easy) to get a standard GameOver. You can get the [[NonstandardGameOver "C" ending]] by directly working against the instructions you're given, and the "B" ending by following them. But [[GuideDangit in the absence of a guide]], I challenge you to get the "A" ending. Hell, I challenge you to prove that the "B" ending ''isn't'' the "A" ending!

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* ''ValkyrieProfile'' ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'' is a bit odd. It's possible (but not easy) to get a standard GameOver. You can get the [[NonstandardGameOver "C" ending]] by directly working against the instructions you're given, and the "B" ending by following them. But [[GuideDangit in the absence of a guide]], I challenge you to get the "A" ending. Hell, I challenge you to prove that the "B" ending ''isn't'' the "A" ending!



** The second game left out multiple endings, but the [[ValkyrieProfileCovenantOfThePlume third game]] brought them back in, with your ending dependent on how often and how much you used the Destiny Plume. Spamming the Plume too much results in the worst ending, where [[spoiler:you get your ass whipped by Freya]], while not using it at all in the entire game (save for the one in the tutorial) results in the best ending, where [[spoiler:you fight Hel's hound, and obliterate it, saving your own soul]]. You need to get all but the worst ending in order to enter the [[BonusLevelOfHell Seraphic]] [[CloudCuckooLand Gate]].

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** The second game left out multiple endings, but the [[ValkyrieProfileCovenantOfThePlume [[VideoGame/ValkyrieProfileCovenantOfThePlume third game]] brought them back in, with your ending dependent on how often and how much you used the Destiny Plume. Spamming the Plume too much results in the worst ending, where [[spoiler:you get your ass whipped by Freya]], while not using it at all in the entire game (save for the one in the tutorial) results in the best ending, where [[spoiler:you fight Hel's hound, and obliterate it, saving your own soul]]. You need to get all but the worst ending in order to enter the [[BonusLevelOfHell Seraphic]] [[CloudCuckooLand Gate]].
16th Apr '16 7:11:59 AM FoolsEditAccount
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* ''VideoGame/EiyuuSenkiTheWorldConquest'' has a Normal and True ending based on if the player's army has conquered the entire rest of the world before Britannia or not.

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* ''VideoGame/EiyuuSenkiTheWorldConquest'' has a Normal and True ending based on if the player's army has conquered the entire rest of the world before Britannia or not.not.
* ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'' has six. Three are {{Nonstandard Game Over}}s and one is a miscellaneous bad ending where [[spoiler:Saki dies if you take too long to save him during the DistressedDude sequence]]. The other two are the normal ending and the GoldenEnding, the latter of which is seen after clearing the {{Bonus Dungeon}}s.
15th Apr '16 6:07:12 AM catmuto
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* ''VideoGame/TheWedding'' has three different endings.
** BadEnding: [[spoiler:Anima tries to reason with her insane, evil uncle and gets killed by him. Her father's spirit is horrified about this, but chooses to use his own soul and Anima's to overload the portal and destroy it. They succeed and Uncle Jack stumbles towards his sister, who is looking for Anima and her stepson Metus, confessing what terrible things he has done and that both of her children are dead.]]
** BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Anima kills Jack and gets a sweet, last farewell with her father's spirit, before he and Jack's soul are used to overload and destroy the portal. While Anima gets a goodbye from her father and meets up with her mother, Metus is still dead.]]
** GoldenEnding: Only available, if Anima has the Totem in her inventory. [[spoiler:Enraged while yelling at her uncle, Anima stabs him. Horrified what happened, her father's spirit assures her it was the right thing to do. Realizing that Anima has the Totem, her father says that she can use it to bring back Metus' soul and resurrect him, while her father's and Jack's souls are used to overload and destroy the portal. The portal is destroyed, Metus' soul returns to his body and he is alive again, both going to reunite with their mother.]]
8th Mar '16 8:44:08 AM GunarmDyne
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* ''VideoGame/StarStealingPrince'' has one bad and one good ending, depending on whether the player completed the BonusDungeon before taking on the final boss. The difference between the endings is ''very'' obvious. [[spoiler: In the good ending, everyone escapes on the ship and sets out for lands unknown. In the bad ending...Snowe's demon gets the better of him, and he kills everyone.]] ''Both'' endings are canon. The web novel sequel, ''Literature/EphemeralPrince'', is comprised of two parts: Fleeting, which follows the bad ending, and Permanence, which follows the good ending. [[spoiler: They're connected.]]

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* ''VideoGame/StarStealingPrince'' has one bad and one good ending, depending on whether the player completed the BonusDungeon before taking on the final boss. The difference between the endings is ''very'' obvious. [[spoiler: In the good ending, everyone escapes on the ship and sets out for lands unknown. In the bad ending...Snowe's demon gets the better of him, and he kills everyone.]] ''Both'' endings are canon. The web novel sequel, ''Literature/EphemeralPrince'', is comprised of two parts: Fleeting, which follows the bad ending, and Permanence, which follows the good ending. [[spoiler: They're connected.]]]]
* ''VideoGame/EiyuuSenkiTheWorldConquest'' has a Normal and True ending based on if the player's army has conquered the entire rest of the world before Britannia or not.
12th Feb '16 11:09:59 AM GrammarNavi
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* The PlayStation2 game ''ShadowOfDestiny'' had five different endings (actually six -- two of them have the same ultimate result, but achieve it in different ways), determined by the choices you made at certain junctures and whether or not you'd witnessed certain missable events. Each ending filled in different details of the overarcing plot, so it was necessary to play to all five of them to get the full picture of what was going on. Upon having seen all five of the endings, a new sixth (seventh) ending became available.

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* The PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game ''ShadowOfDestiny'' had five different endings (actually six -- two of them have the same ultimate result, but achieve it in different ways), determined by the choices you made at certain junctures and whether or not you'd witnessed certain missable events. Each ending filled in different details of the overarcing plot, so it was necessary to play to all five of them to get the full picture of what was going on. Upon having seen all five of the endings, a new sixth (seventh) ending became available.
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http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=MultipleEndings.RolePlayingGames