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* If the player picks the Massacre route of ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'', which involves [[spoiler:destroying the universe]], the protagonist's teammates will try to kill him.


* In ''VideoGame/MagicalDiary'', this will happen if you [[spoiler: appeal to Professor Potsdam to let Damien back in after he tries to steal your soul. Out of concern, your fellow roommates will attempt to bully you into breaking up with him, and if you refuse, they will ''throw the final exam'' just to sabotage your grade.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/MagicalDiary'', ''VisualNovel/MagicalDiary'', this will happen if you [[spoiler: appeal to Professor Potsdam to let Damien back in after he tries to steal your soul. Out of concern, your fellow roommates will attempt to bully you into breaking up with him, and if you refuse, they will ''throw the final exam'' just to sabotage your grade.]]



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* In ''VideoGame/MagicalDiary'', this will happen if you [[spoiler: appeal to Professor Potsdam to let Damien back in after he tries to steal your soul. Out of concern, your fellow roommates will attempt to bully you into breaking up with him, and if you refuse, they will ''throw the final exam'' just to sabotage your grade.]]


* PlayedForLaughs on ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': the kids all make up [[SuperheroEpisode superhero personae]] and form a group called "Coon and Friends," after [[TokenEvilTeammate Cartman]]'s character, the Coon. However, Cartman's unheroic and generally {{Jerkass}} behavior leads to them kicking him out and getting him grounded. To add insult to injury, his mom lets them keep using his basement as a headquarters, and they keep the "Coon and Friends" name just because "[[ForTheLulz it pisses him off beyond belief]]." Unfortunately, Cartman [[OhCrap teams up with Cthulu]] (ItMakesSenseInContext) and becomes the BigBad of the arc, killing thousands, all while [[SelfServingMemory insisting that the others turned evil]].

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* PlayedForLaughs on ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': the kids all make up [[SuperheroEpisode superhero personae]] and form a group called "Coon and Friends," after [[TokenEvilTeammate Cartman]]'s character, the Coon. However, Cartman's unheroic and generally {{Jerkass}} behavior leads to them kicking him out and getting him grounded. To add insult to injury, his mom lets them keep using his basement as a headquarters, and they keep the "Coon and Friends" name just because "[[ForTheLulz "[[ItAmusedMe it pisses him off beyond belief]]." Unfortunately, Cartman [[OhCrap teams up with Cthulu]] (ItMakesSenseInContext) and becomes the BigBad of the arc, killing thousands, all while [[SelfServingMemory insisting that the others turned evil]].


* This is a classic Creator/BioWare trope in general. Piss off your team enough in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and they leave. Pick the Dark Side endings in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' or ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' and you'll have to slaughter ''most'' of your crew when they invoke this.

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* This is a classic Creator/BioWare trope in general. Piss off your team enough in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and they leave. This can also be because your evil companions think you're becoming ''too'' moral
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Pick the Dark Side endings in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' or ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' and you'll have to slaughter ''most'' of your crew when they invoke this.


* ''CodeGeass'' has this happen near the finale when [[spoiler:the Black Knights [[IdiotBall for some reason decide to believe one of the leaders of the empire they've been fighting the whole series]] and betray Lelouch. They even ''fight at his side'' in the FinalBattle due to Lelouch apparently having fully embraced his Britannian heritage and become Emperor, ready to conquer the world.]]

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* ''CodeGeass'' ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has this happen near the finale when [[spoiler:the Black Knights [[IdiotBall for some reason decide to believe one of the leaders of the empire they've been fighting the whole series]] and betray Lelouch. They even ''fight at his side'' in the FinalBattle due to Lelouch apparently having fully embraced his Britannian heritage and become Emperor, ready to conquer the world.]]


** In the episode ''Bato of the Water Tribe'', [[TheChosenOne Aang]] hides a letter meant for the eponymous Bato because it contains the location of [[LoveInterest Katara]] and Sokka's [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou father]] and he's afraid they'll leave him. While they had, unknown to Aang, refused Bato's offer to visit Dad, when Aang [[ObliviousGuiltSlinging guiltily]] confesses they change their minds out of disgust [[spoiler:briefly. Then they decide helping Aang was more important after all, and nothing more ever comes of it.]]

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** In the episode ''Bato "Bato of the Water Tribe'', Tribe", [[TheChosenOne Aang]] hides a letter meant for the eponymous Bato because it contains the location of [[LoveInterest Katara]] and Sokka's [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou father]] and he's afraid they'll leave him. While they had, unknown to Aang, refused Bato's offer to visit Dad, when Aang [[ObliviousGuiltSlinging guiltily]] confesses they change their minds out of disgust [[spoiler:briefly. Then they decide helping Aang was more important after all, and nothing more ever comes of it.]]


* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode ''Bato of the Water Tribe'', [[TheChosenOne Aang]] hides a letter meant for the eponymous Bato because it contains the location of [[LoveInterest Katara]] and Sokka's [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou father]] and he's afraid they'll leave him. While they had, unknown to Aang, refused Bato's offer to visit Dad, when Aang [[ObliviousGuiltSlinging guiltily]] confesses they change their minds out of disgust [[spoiler:briefly. Then they decide helping Aang was more important after all, and nothing more ever comes of it.]]

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In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode ''Bato of the Water Tribe'', [[TheChosenOne Aang]] hides a letter meant for the eponymous Bato because it contains the location of [[LoveInterest Katara]] and Sokka's [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou father]] and he's afraid they'll leave him. While they had, unknown to Aang, refused Bato's offer to visit Dad, when Aang [[ObliviousGuiltSlinging guiltily]] confesses they change their minds out of disgust [[spoiler:briefly. Then they decide helping Aang was more important after all, and nothing more ever comes of it.]]


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* Happens briefly in ''Film/CaptainBlood'', when Peter wants to take his crew to Port Royale where the vengeful governor and the entire English fleet is waiting to string them up. He manages to talk them round.

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* Happens briefly in ''Film/CaptainBlood'', when Peter wants to take his crew to Port Royale where the vengeful governor and the entire English fleet is waiting to string them up. He manages to talk them round.

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There's no WhatTheHellHero this time for the unfortunate bungler. Usually after a colossal screw up or a moment of incredible selfishness, the hero has completely alienated the rest of the team and they're leaving with disgust, if not actually out for their former leaders blood. If lucky they will merely be forcibly demoting the former leader. This rarely leads to a dead hero, but it often leads to the hero being on his own for a while while he gets his act together.

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There's no WhatTheHellHero this time for the unfortunate bungler. Usually after a colossal screw up or a moment of incredible selfishness, the hero has completely alienated the rest of the team and they're leaving with disgust, if not actually out for their former leaders leader's blood. If lucky they will merely be forcibly demoting the former leader. This rarely leads to a dead hero, but it often leads to the hero being on his own for a while while he gets his act together.


* This is a classic BioWare trope in general. Piss off your team enough in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and they leave. Pick the Dark Side endings in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' or ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' and you'll have to slaughter ''most'' of your crew when they invoke this.

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* This is a classic BioWare Creator/BioWare trope in general. Piss off your team enough in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' and they leave. Pick the Dark Side endings in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' or ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' and you'll have to slaughter ''most'' of your crew when they invoke this.


* Sometimes ([[AuthorOnBoard oftentimes]], if you're cynical), it turns out that it was the ''TrueCompanions'' who are in the wrong, not TheHero. The author actually does want you to stay on the hero's side and complaints from the rest of the team are painted as bad cases of PoorCommunicationKills, HonorBeforeReason, or even TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong. If this is the case TheHero will usually bring the rest of the team around after getting a chance to explain himself.

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* Sometimes ([[AuthorOnBoard ([[WriterOnBoard oftentimes]], if you're cynical), it turns out that it was the ''TrueCompanions'' who are in the wrong, not TheHero. The author actually does want you to stay on the hero's side and complaints from the rest of the team are painted as bad cases of PoorCommunicationKills, HonorBeforeReason, or even TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong. If this is the case TheHero will usually bring the rest of the team around after getting a chance to explain himself.


* In WesternAnimation/SouthPark, Cartman forms the "Coon & Friends" supergroup for his "superhero" alter-ego The Coon, along with the rest of the group coming up with their own more or less imaginative superhero personas. [[JerkAss Cartman's]] usual behavior persuing a superhero that won't join his group and trying to blackmail him into joining eventually makes the rest of the group kick him out. Although, they still keep the group name because "it pisses him off so much" and continue meeting in his mom's basement. In retaliation, Cartman ends up joining with ''Cthulhu'' himself in his selfish quest at vengeance, murdering thousands in the process, all while continuing to portray himself as the hero in the ArtShift comic book narrations.

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* In WesternAnimation/SouthPark, Cartman forms PlayedForLaughs on ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': the kids all make up [[SuperheroEpisode superhero personae]] and form a group called "Coon and Friends," after [[TokenEvilTeammate Cartman]]'s character, the Coon. However, Cartman's unheroic and generally {{Jerkass}} behavior leads to them kicking him out and getting him grounded. To add insult to injury, his mom lets them keep using his basement as a headquarters, and they keep the "Coon & and Friends" supergroup for his "superhero" alter-ego The Coon, along with the rest of the group coming up with their own more or less imaginative superhero personas. [[JerkAss Cartman's]] usual behavior persuing a superhero that won't join his group and trying to blackmail him into joining eventually makes the rest of the group kick him out. Although, they still keep the group name just because "it "[[ForTheLulz it pisses him off so much" and continue meeting in his mom's basement. In retaliation, beyond belief]]." Unfortunately, Cartman ends [[OhCrap teams up joining with ''Cthulhu'' himself in his selfish quest at vengeance, murdering thousands in Cthulu]] (ItMakesSenseInContext) and becomes the process, BigBad of the arc, killing thousands, all while continuing to portray himself as [[SelfServingMemory insisting that the hero in the ArtShift comic book narrations.
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* ''VideoGame/ArmoredCore For Answer'' has the final mission in two of the story routes. After the protagonist murders a hundred million civilians and sets in motion the death of several hundred million (possibly over a billion) more, he gets sent on a suspiciously vague mission... which turns out to be a trap orchestrated by his MissionControl, siccing on him four {{Ace Pilot}}s he worked with during previous missions. What's more, she actually joins in as fifth on Hard difficulty!
-->"Please accept my apologies. That briefing you saw was manufactured. [[PrepareToDie This is the end of the road for you.]] [[WhatTheHellHero I think you understand why.]]"

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