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Driven To Suicide: Fanfic
Axis Powers Hetalia

Crossover
  • In The Prayer Warriors, which features Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, and the Carter Kane Chronicles, there are a few cases.
    • Percy Jackson, after converting, considers killing himself. It's later indicated that Grover felt the same way as well.
    • After Grover dies as a result of a failed attempt to exorcise the demon within him, Annabeth commits suicide.

Death Note

Ed, Edd n Eddy
  • In the alternate ending for the first Ed Abuse (which the author has removed for being too dark), after Ed not forgiving Sarah for her actions just before dying, she can not bear with the guilt and kills herself.

Fire Emblem Awakening
  • After failing to save Emmeryn in Pretender, Robin attempts to hang himself thinking that he failed the only reason Chrom took him as a tactician in the first place. Frederick saves him before he can succeed and talks him down from committing any future attempts.

Harry Potter
  • In My Immortal, Draco commits suicide at one point, leading Ebony to attempt the same. Draco is alive the next time he's mentioned.

Inheritance Cycle
  • This is the eventual fate of the main character Loivissa from the "A dance of Shadow and Light" series by Ocadioan. And just to top it off, her fate was only revealed in a sidestory to the main series, at the end of an otherwise cheerful(for the series anyway) poem that she wrote herself shortly before her suicide.

Homestuck

The Hunger Games
  • Some Semblance of Meaning: Depressed about the bleak future that awaits him in the arena, Kit tries to kill himself by jumping off the roof of the Training Center, only to be stopped by the force fields. He ponders whether or not it would be easier to just end his own life than to go through the horrors of the Games on other occasions, as well. Also, Blake, the blind boy from District Eleven, actually did commit suicide after he and his district partner escaped the bloodbath.

Jackie Chan Adventures
  • Queen Of All Oni: A flashback in one interlude chapter reveals that Blankman's father shot himself after losing the family fortune and using what was left to secure his son's future.

Kingdom Hearts

Kirby
  • Shockingly enough, this happens to Meta Knight in The Dream Land Story. His one goal was to destroy Dark Matter, and kills himself after Kirby beats him to the job.

The Legend of Zelda

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha
  • In MGLN Crisis, Raquel Benna commits suicide after telling Fate the truth about her origins, not wanting Fate to have to arrest her.
  • In White Devil of the Moon, Nanoha learns that her previous incarnation Princess Serenity killed herself after Prince Endymion died. To say Nanoha was not thrilled about learning this bit of news is probably an Understatement

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic

The Slender Man Mythos

SpongeBob SquarePants
  • Plankton in Plankton's Eye View, after seeing everyone become a success in the ten years he was imprisoned after The Movie. He became so bitter about his failures and how it was too late for him to redeem himself and make things right. However, The Flying Dutchman gave him a second chance.'

Teen Titans
  • Count Logan's plan in The End Of Ends is essentially to destroy all the universes, destroying himself along with it. Why? Because he got dumped and decided that if he can't be happy, no one can.

Touhou
  • Touhou Ibunshu has this as the impetus behind the second and third parts, with Yukari and then Mokou implementing schemes to end Gensoukyou in the hopes it will end their endless existences. The former chooses life, while the latter gets her wish.
  • In Chapter 44: Early Preludes to a New Winter of Sorrow of Gensokyo 20XXI, Eirin, surprisingly, succeeds in killing herself (by severing an artery), dying with a smile to know that she could. She is supposed to be immortal but her willingness to die overrode her ability to resurrect upon death, effectively granting her wish, even though her motivation was unclear at the most. It is never exactly stated why she killed herself, besides, "Is it wrong to want to feel death, even though if one cannot experience it?" but it is implied that she killed herself out of the uncertainty of their situation, which caused her a lot of stress (leading to her developing anemia and to suffer from alopecia) and depression and, apparently, she might have done so way of escaping capture.
    • In 20XXIII, we do eventually find out her reasons for suicide and it was because of all the hell and uncertainty. Besides her note (the one she wrote, thinking she wasn't actually going to die but was wondering how it would be if she committed suicide), the entire diary entry basically stated her reasons for suicide.
      • Later on, in 20XXIV we have Ran, after almost being raped, and then, Chen, in chapter 60, for reasons she herself wouldn't disclose, aside from a suicide note Flandre came across in chapter 62.

Yin Yang Yo
  • Of all places, this fanfic: prior to being Dave's father, he had a wife and child, Amandine and Ava; watching one of them die was one thing but losing another in the war made him jump off the waterfall. However, he lives and gets better.
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