: A group of characters splits up into two (or more) smaller groups in order to simultaneously deal with different situations.
- Straight: The Team splits up to follow two passages in the Big Bad's castle. The Leader Alice and her sidekick Bob take the first passage, while the other characters - Claire, David, Emily, Fred, George, and Henry - take the second.
- Exaggerated: The group splits into individuals, and everyone goes a different way.
- Downplayed: One member of the group leaves briefly.
- The group has a lot of ground to cover, and going in separate groups makes it faster.
- The group are performing an exercise that involves endless swarms of foes; going ahead while others deal with them makes it faster.
- Inverted: Two or more groups join.
- Subverted: They agree to split up, but they never do.
- Double Subverted: They agree to split up, but only do so later on.
- Parodied: ???
- Zig Zagged: The Team repeatedly separates and rejoins.
- Averted: They don't split.
- Enforced: ???
- Lampshaded: "We always split up in situations like this, and it always works."
- Invoked: "Let's Split Up, Gang! We'll cover more ground that way."
- Exploited: Emily and Fred are a Happily Married couple, and have sex while everyone else is Exploring the Evil Lair.
- Defied: "Let's stay together, gang. We don't want the Big Bad to capture anyone."
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: ???
- Implied: The whole team is shown, and in the next scene only some of them are. In the scene after that, it is shown that the other characters are somewhere else.
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