History SacrificialLion / LiveActionTV

24th Feb '17 8:12:19 AM gb00393
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** Blackfish is a recurring character in the third and sixth seasons when he refuses to surrender his family home to the Freys, he is killed in a final stand when Jaime Lannister retakes the castle.
** Margaery was a major character in the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth seasons but In Season 6, she was killed when the Great Sept of Baelor was destroyed with wildfire as orchestrated by Cersei Lannister.

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** Blackfish is a recurring character in the third and sixth seasons but when he refuses to surrender his family home to the Freys, he is killed in a final stand when Jaime Lannister retakes the castle.
** Margaery was a major character in the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth seasons but In in Season 6, she was killed when the Great Sept of Baelor was destroyed with wildfire as orchestrated by Cersei Lannister.
24th Feb '17 8:11:14 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon are both reasonable if flawed men who establish in the first season that AnyoneCanDie. A nice guy like Renly serves to demonstrate the power of a new faction introduced in the second season.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon are both reasonable if flawed men who establish in the first season that AnyoneCanDie. AnyoneCanDie.
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A nice guy like Renly serves to demonstrate the power of a new faction introduced in the second season.season.
** Robb is a major character in the first, second and third seasons. He rules the North and the Riverlands until he is murdered at the Red Wedding, alongside his pregnant wife, his mother, and many of his lords' bannermen, by Houses Frey and Bolton in Season 3.
** Stannis is a major character in the second, third, fourth and fifth seasons, but in Season 5, he marches on Winterfell, the weather slows his progress and he and his army are smashed by Bolton forces in the ensuing battle. In the aftermath, he is found and killed by Brienne of Tarth for his role in Renly's death.
** Jon Snow in Season 5. His decision to allow thousands of Free Folk safe passage through the Wall alienates many of his black brothers, culminating in a mutiny where Jon is killed. (He got better).
** Roose is a major character in the fifth and sixth seasons. However, in Season 6 is he betrayed and murdered by his own son.
** Blackfish is a recurring character in the third and sixth seasons when he refuses to surrender his family home to the Freys, he is killed in a final stand when Jaime Lannister retakes the castle.
** Margaery was a major character in the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth seasons but In Season 6, she was killed when the Great Sept of Baelor was destroyed with wildfire as orchestrated by Cersei Lannister.
3rd Feb '17 3:54:04 AM Snowy66
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', seems to have one of these every season.
** Tommy Merlyn, the best friend of [[TheHero Oliver Queen]] and the son of [[BigBad Malcolm Merlyn]] is killed at the end of Season 1 as the result of the Undertaking. His death inspires Oliver to adopt his ThouShaltNotKill ideology, and even has Oliver saying how he's doing this to honor his deceased friend in the opening monologue of season 2.
** Moira Queen gets killed during Season 2 by Slade Wilson in a HeroicSacrifice, out of revenge to Oliver Queen and to further crush his spirit. It's done both to show how much of a monster Slade is, as well as giving Moira a DeathEqualsRedemption moment after her immoral actions in Season 1.
** Sara Lance is killed at the start of Season 3, as her character was meant to be a springboard for her sister, Laurel Lance, to becoming the Black Canary. However Sara was [[BreakoutCharacter so popular]] that she got brought BackFromTheDead and ended up as a lead role on a [[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow spin-off show]].
** Laurel Lance herself gets killed nearing the end of Season 4, mainly to show how overwhelmingly powerful Damien Darhk is, and out of spite for her father, Quentin Lance, betraying Darhk earlier in the season. It marks the point Darhk crosses the MoralEventHorizon, and all the characters go from wanting him captured to wanting him dead.
10th Dec '16 8:47:31 AM Morgenthaler
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** And then to [[TearJerker Lincoln.]] A funny, friendly badass who adored Fauxlivia, won the hearts of the fangirls and survived getting blown up.

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** And then to [[TearJerker Lincoln.]] Lincoln. A funny, friendly badass who adored Fauxlivia, won the hearts of the fangirls and survived getting blown up.
10th Dec '16 8:47:14 AM Morgenthaler
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** And then to [[TearJerker Lincoln.]] A funny, friendly {{Badass}} who adored Fauxlivia, won the hearts of the fangirls and survived getting blown up.

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** And then to [[TearJerker Lincoln.]] A funny, friendly {{Badass}} badass who adored Fauxlivia, won the hearts of the fangirls and survived getting blown up.
3rd Oct '16 10:31:34 AM comicwriter
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* ''Series/LukeCage'':
** In the second episode, Pop is accidentally killed when Tone tries to shoot Chico. His death affects numerous characters in the show, and is what pushes Luke to use his powers to defend Harlem from the criminals who have been ravaging the community.
** In the seventh episode, Cornell Stokes, the BigBad of the series so far, is killed. His death becomes a StartOfDarkness moment for his cousin Mariah, who becomes a villain in her own right.
10th May '16 11:24:27 PM erforce
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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'':
** Derek Reese gets killed in the penultimate episode of the second season, just to show that the new AI isn't playing around like John Henry and Weaver were.
** Charley Dixon dies the episode before Derek; they are both examples of AnyoneCanDie.
** Derek also subverts the trope. Due to time travel, he reappears in the next episode alive and well.


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* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'':
** Derek Reese gets killed in the penultimate episode of the second season, just to show that the new AI isn't playing around like John Henry and Weaver were.
** Charley Dixon dies the episode before Derek; they are both examples of AnyoneCanDie.
** Derek also subverts the trope. Due to time travel, he reappears in the next episode alive and well.
2nd Jan '16 6:25:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''SonsOfAnarchy'': Sees the death of main character Jax's long-suffering and devoted best friend Opie Winston out of nowhere just '''three''' episodes into the fifth season.

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* ''SonsOfAnarchy'': ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'': Sees the death of main character Jax's long-suffering and devoted best friend Opie Winston out of nowhere just '''three''' episodes into the fifth season.
6th Dec '15 9:27:54 PM nombretomado
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** In an SFDebris review of The Adversary, Chuck references this trope, along with the ubiquitous RedShirt:

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** In an SFDebris WebSite/SFDebris review of The Adversary, "The Adversary", Chuck references this trope, along with the ubiquitous RedShirt:
30th Jul '15 3:27:16 PM Ithilgore
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* ''Series/TheKilling'' Two back to back. Near the end of season 3, Bullet is shockingly murdered (off-screen) by the Pied Piper. The next episode, Ray Seward is executed in prison despite his innocence.

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* ''Series/TheKilling'' ''Series/TheKilling'': Two back to back. Near the end of season 3, Bullet is shockingly murdered (off-screen) by the Pied Piper. The next episode, Ray Seward is executed in prison despite his innocence.
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