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* Four years before the events of ''VideoGame/{{Omori}}'', [[spoiler:Mari [[NeverSuicide "killed herself"]]. This caused the rest of the group to split apart: by the time the game starts, Sunny and Basil are suicidal shut-ins, Hero is at college trying to get his act together, Aubrey has become the leader of the town's delinquents, and Kel, having took up basketball, has to encourage Sunny to engage in PuttingTheBandBackTogether]].


* When Taichi was dragged back to the real world in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', the [[YearInsideHourOutside time inconsistency]] meant that the remaining Chosen slowly split apart over the course of a month or so, partially of their own devices and partially because of the influence of [[TheTrickster PicoDevimon]], to the point that Takeru and [[BondCreature Tokomon]], formerly very close, even got mad at and left each other. When he makes his way back, much of the next arc is him (and Sora, acting as a MysteriousProtector) trying to regroup the Chosen even as [=PicoDevimon=] continues trying to tear them apart.
* Pretty much the entire plot of ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay''. A group of childhood friends drifted apart when they were young because one of them died, and now are slowly getting together after the appearance of the ghost of their dead friend.
* This, combined with other incidents, is what leads to most of Tenchi's gathering of girls to go off halfway through ''Anime/TenchiInTokyo''. Once Washu figures out what's going on and Tenchi [[spoiler:and Sasami]] end up in trouble, they start to return.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the Sun pirates were a RagtagBunchOfMisfits under [[TechnicalPacifist Fisher Tiger]] who managed to keep different factions like the Arlong pirates and the Macro pirates under his control despite a precarious AHouseDivided situation. After Tiger's death, Jinbe became a new captain who was able to gain command of the crew for a while, but eventually the Sun pirates were disbanded.

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* When Taichi was dragged back to the real world ''LightNovel/AccelWorld'': It's pointed out in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', the [[YearInsideHourOutside time inconsistency]] meant Volume 20 that the remaining Chosen slowly split apart over the course of a month or so, partially of their own devices if Kuroyukihime lost all her points, thereby losing Brain Burst and partially because all memory of the influence of [[TheTrickster PicoDevimon]], to Accelerated World, Nega Nebulus, the point that Takeru Legion she founded and [[BondCreature Tokomon]], formerly very close, even got mad at and left each other. When he makes his way back, much of spent the next arc is him (and Sora, acting as a MysteriousProtector) trying to regroup the Chosen even as [=PicoDevimon=] continues trying to tear them last few months reuniting, would fall apart.
* Pretty much the entire plot of ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay''. ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay'': A group of childhood friends drifted apart when they were young because one of them died, and now are slowly getting together after the appearance of the ghost of their dead friend.
* This, combined with other incidents, is what leads to most of Tenchi's gathering of girls to go off halfway through ''Anime/TenchiInTokyo''. Once Washu figures out what's going on and Tenchi [[spoiler:and Sasami]] end up in trouble, they start to return.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', the Sun pirates were a RagtagBunchOfMisfits under [[TechnicalPacifist Fisher Tiger]] who managed to keep different factions like the Arlong pirates and the Macro pirates under his control despite a precarious AHouseDivided situation. After Tiger's death, Jinbe became a new captain who was able to gain command of the crew for a while, but eventually the Sun pirates were disbanded.
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* In ''Anime/ThePlacePromisedInOurEarlyDays'', Sayuri's disappearance causes Hiroki and Takuya to drift apart. Reuniting to finish the Vielaciela for her sake brings them together again.
* This is discussed in ''LightNovel/AccelWorld''. It's pointed out in Volume 20 that if Kuroyukihime lost all her points, thereby losing Brain Burst and all memory of the Accelerated World, Nega Nebulus, the Legion she founded and spent the last few months reuniting, would fall apart.

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* In ''Anime/ThePlacePromisedInOurEarlyDays'', ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': When Taichi was dragged back to the real world, the [[YearInsideHourOutside time inconsistency]] meant that the remaining Chosen slowly split apart over the course of a month or so, partially of their own devices and partially because of the influence of [[TheTrickster PicoDevimon]], to the point that Takeru and [[BondCreature Tokomon]], formerly very close, even got mad at and left each other. When he makes his way back, much of the next arc is him (and Sora, acting as a MysteriousProtector) trying to regroup the Chosen even as [=PicoDevimon=] continues trying to tear them apart.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'': The Sun pirates were a RagtagBunchOfMisfits under [[TechnicalPacifist Fisher Tiger]] who managed to keep different factions like the Arlong pirates and the Macro pirates under his control despite a precarious AHouseDivided situation. After Tiger's death, Jinbe became a new captain who was able to gain command of the crew for a while, but eventually the Sun pirates were disbanded.
* ''Anime/ThePlacePromisedInOurEarlyDays'':
Sayuri's disappearance causes Hiroki and Takuya to drift apart. Reuniting to finish the Vielaciela for her sake brings them together again.
* This ''Anime/TenchiInTokyo'': This, combined with other incidents, is discussed in ''LightNovel/AccelWorld''. It's pointed what leads to most of Tenchi's gathering of girls to go off halfway through the series. Once Washu figures out in Volume 20 that if Kuroyukihime lost all her points, thereby losing Brain Burst what's going on and all memory of the Accelerated World, Nega Nebulus, the Legion she founded and spent the last few months reuniting, would fall apart.Tenchi [[spoiler:and Sasami]] end up in trouble, they start to return.



* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'', it's briefly mentioned that the Crossbreed, the Biblical-themed superhero team from the "Confessions" story arc, broke up after their leader Noah passed away.
* In the "Breakdowns" arc of ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational'', it was the ultimately unsuccessful assassination attempt on Maxwell Lord, which nevertheless left him in a coma, that broke up the team. The apparent[[note]]he was actually just sent to the distant past[[/note]] death of ComicBook/CaptainAtom, the field commander of the JLE, probably didn't help either. An interesting case, because neither man was particularly beloved by the team, but they were the ones who could impose some discipline and organization on a gang of super-powered egomaniacs.



* In the "Breakdowns" arc of ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational'', it was the ultimately unsuccessful assassination attempt on Maxwell Lord, which nevertheless left him in a coma, that broke up the team. The apparent[[note]]he was actually just sent to the distant past[[/note]] death of ComicBook/CaptainAtom, the field commander of the JLE, probably didn't help either. An interesting case, because neither man was particularly beloved by the team, but they were the ones who could impose some discipline and organization on a gang of super-powered egomaniacs.
* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'', it's briefly mentioned that the Crossbreed, the Biblical-themed superhero team from the "Confessions" story arc, broke up after their leader Noah passed away.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}: [[ExpansionPack FES]]'', the SEES members admit they've fallen apart, despite being dorm mates, after the events of the main campaign [[spoiler:in which the main character died. This is partially due to the general grief of not really knowing ''why'' he died as from their perspective, he just suddenly fell into a coma before passing away. After they learn the truth, their fellowship seems to become stronger, as they all go on to work together on a team dedicated to stopping shadows wherever they appear, even though they each have their own lives otherwise]].
** Subverted with ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''. The group of heroes all stay together in spite of the protagonist leaving the town for awhile at the end of the game. And when he returns in ''Arena'', and in ''The Golden'''s epilogue they all fall in as if he'd never left.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}: ''VideoGame/Persona3: [[ExpansionPack FES]]'', the SEES members admit they've fallen apart, despite being dorm mates, after the events of the main campaign [[spoiler:in which the main character died. This is partially due to the general grief of not really knowing ''why'' he died as from their perspective, he just suddenly fell into a coma before passing away. After they learn the truth, their fellowship seems to become stronger, as they all go on to work together on a team dedicated to stopping shadows wherever they appear, even though they each have their own lives otherwise]].
** Subverted with ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''.''VideoGame/Persona4''. The group of heroes all stay together in spite of the protagonist leaving the town for awhile at the end of the game. And when he returns in ''Arena'', and in ''The Golden'''s epilogue they all fall in as if he'd never left.



** Also subverted in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''. At the end of the game, [[spoiler:Morgana disappears and the protagonist is forced to turn himself in to ensure that Shido, the head of the conspiracy the Phantom Thieves had been fighting, is convicted of his crimes]]. The Phantom Thieves waste little time before setting out to [[spoiler:find the woman the protagonist had saved from Shido (resulting in him being unjustly accused of assault)]], even without their leader.

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** Also subverted in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''.''VideoGame/Persona5''. At the end of the game, [[spoiler:Morgana disappears and the protagonist is forced to turn himself in to ensure that Shido, the head of the conspiracy the Phantom Thieves had been fighting, is convicted of his crimes]]. The Phantom Thieves waste little time before setting out to [[spoiler:find the woman the protagonist had saved from Shido (resulting in him being unjustly accused of assault)]], even without their leader.



* In the BadFuture of the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "How Long Is Forever", Starfire [[GoneToTheFuture had disappeared]], leading the team to break apart. While not the leader, she was the [[TheHeart most good-natured and optimistic]]. The rest of the team are actually in disbelief that their friendships were so weak to allow that to happen, resolving to become closer as a result.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'': When it seems that {{Superman}} has been killed, the BadFuture of League briefly considers disbandment. Subverted twice: in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "How Long Is Forever", Starfire [[GoneToTheFuture had disappeared]], leading original timeline, they recruit Aquaman and stick around (but don't last long before being wiped out); and when [[spoiler:Vandal Savage]] fixes the timeline, and Superman returns to his time, the League proceeds like they did before.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': As more about Shego's heroic past in Team Go with her brothers is disclosed, it is revealed that she was basically the one who kept the team coordinated when they were all heroes; after Shego became a villain, her brothers couldn't operate as an actual team because their respective egos or impulsiveness got in the way.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Korra was poisoned by Zaheer and needed to leave
the team to break apart. While not recover. When it was clear Korra would be gone much longer than they expected, Team Avatar disbanded and all except for Bolin gave up their heroism and led regular lifestyles. By the leader, she was time Korra returned, the [[TheHeart most good-natured team is back together for one last mission against Kuvira, and optimistic]]. The with more members that time around.
* Done in an... interesting way in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''. In [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic the show proper,]] while it's implied that the
rest of the team are actually in disbelief that their friendships were so weak Mane 6 knew each other prior to allow that Twilight Sparkle's arrival, they didn't really get to happen, resolving to know each other and become closer as friends until Twilight pulled them all together. When Twilight enters the HighSchoolAU in ''Equestria Girls'', she finds out that the human versions of the Mane 5 were friends until AlphaBitch Sunset Shimmer manipulated them into breaking apart. Not two days after Twilight's arrival, the Humane 5 are once again friends.
* ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'': The Six Forgotten Heroes were implied to have been like this - after Captain America did
a result.HeroicSacrifice, they each went their separate ways, and most of them gave up superheroism eventually. Although the team is put back together by Spider-Man, not Captain America.



* In the one episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', when it seems that {{Superman}} has been killed, the League briefly considers disbandment. Subverted twice: in the original timeline, they recruit Aquaman and stick around (but don't last long before being wiped out); and when [[spoiler:Vandal Savage]] fixes the timeline, and Superman returns to his time, the League proceeds like they did before.
* In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', as more about Shego's heroic past in Team Go with her brothers is disclosed, it is revealed that she was basically the one who kept the team coordinated when they were all heroes; after Shego became a villain, her brothers couldn't operate as an actual team because their respective egos or impulsiveness got in the way.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Korra was poisoned by Zaheer and needed to leave the team to recover. When it was clear Korra would be gone much longer than they expected, Team Avatar disbanded and all except for Bolin gave up their heroism and led regular lifestyles. By the time Korra returned, the team is back together for one last mission against Kuvira, and with more members that time around.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'', the Six Forgotten Heroes were implied to have been like this - after Captain America did a HeroicSacrifice, they each went their separate ways, and most of them gave up superheroism eventually. Although the team is put back together by Spider-Man, not Captain America.
* Done in an... interesting way in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''. In [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic the show proper,]] while it's implied that the rest of the Mane 6 knew each other prior to Twilight Sparkle's arrival, they didn't really get to know each other and become friends until Twilight pulled them all together. When Twilight enters the HighSchoolAU in ''Equestria Girls'', she finds out that the human versions of the Mane 5 were friends until AlphaBitch Sunset Shimmer manipulated them into breaking apart. Not two days after Twilight's arrival, the Humane 5 are once again friends.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': In the one BadFuture episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', when it seems that {{Superman}} has been killed, the League briefly considers disbandment. Subverted twice: in the original timeline, they recruit Aquaman and stick around (but don't last long before being wiped out); and when [[spoiler:Vandal Savage]] fixes the timeline, and Superman returns to his time, the League proceeds like they did before.
* In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', as more about Shego's heroic past in Team Go with her brothers is disclosed, it is revealed that she was basically the one who kept the team coordinated when they were all heroes; after Shego became a villain, her brothers couldn't operate as an actual team because their respective egos or impulsiveness got in the way.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Korra was poisoned by Zaheer and needed to leave
"How Long Is Forever", Starfire [[GoneToTheFuture had disappeared]], leading the team to recover. When it break apart. While not the leader, she was clear Korra would be gone much longer than they expected, Team Avatar disbanded and all except for Bolin gave up their heroism and led regular lifestyles. By the time Korra returned, the team is back together for one last mission against Kuvira, and with more members that time around.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'', the Six Forgotten Heroes were implied to have been like this - after Captain America did a HeroicSacrifice, they each went their separate ways, and
[[TheHeart most of them gave up superheroism eventually. Although the team is put back together by Spider-Man, not Captain America.
* Done in an... interesting way in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''. In [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic the show proper,]] while it's implied that the
good-natured and optimistic]]. The rest of the Mane 6 knew each other prior team are actually in disbelief that their friendships were so weak to Twilight Sparkle's arrival, they didn't really get allow that to know each other and happen, resolving to become friends until Twilight pulled them all together. When Twilight enters the HighSchoolAU in ''Equestria Girls'', she finds out that the human versions of the Mane 5 were friends until AlphaBitch Sunset Shimmer manipulated them into breaking apart. Not two days after Twilight's arrival, the Humane 5 are once again friends.closer as a result.


* Wrestling/WorldWonderRingStardom: Tokyo Cyber Squad was one of the most known and beloved stables of STARDOM lead by Wrestling/HanaKimura. After her AuthorExistenceFailure in 2020, the stable broke up a couple of months later, with their members went to Stars and Oedo Tai stables after the end of TCS.

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* Wrestling/WorldWonderRingStardom: Tokyo Cyber Squad was one of the most known and beloved stables factions of STARDOM lead by Wrestling/HanaKimura. After her AuthorExistenceFailure in 2020, the stable broke up a couple of months later, with their members went to Stars and Oedo Tai stables after the end of TCS.




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* Wrestling/WorldWonderRingStardom: Tokyo Cyber Squad was one of the most known and beloved stables of STARDOM lead by Wrestling/HanaKimura. After her AuthorExistenceFailure in 2020, the stable broke up a couple of months later, with their members went to Stars and Oedo Tai stables after the end of TCS.
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* Discussed in the sixth-season premiere of Series/{{Bones}}: After Brennan left on a field expedition to Indonesia at the end of the previous season, most of Jeffersonian Crime Lab broke up and drifted apart, while Cam was left overwhelmed by the workload.
-->'''Brennan:''' What happened? You're no longer in the Jeffersonian. All my interns are gone.\\
'''Cam:''' What happened is you put your own desires ahead of everything else and left.\\
'''Brennan:''' Are you angry with me?\\
'''Cam:''' Yes, I ''am'' angry, Dr. Brennan! We had a great thing going. You just... you let it fall apart.

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* 2017 ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' treats Gert this way, with Chase claiming she was TheHeart of the group and after she [[spoiler: was killed]] the team started to crumble. In reality, the group held together for a quite long time after that event and it was a series of other events (often in completely different books) that broke the group, so he is clearly biased.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', as more about Shego's heroic past in Team Go with her brothers is disclosed, it is revealed that she was basically the one who kept the team coordinated when they were all heroes; after Shego became a villain, her brothers couldn't operate as an actual team because their respective egos or impulsiveness got in the way.

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* In ''VideoGame/MarvelsAvengers'', the death of Captain America during A-Day was a significant reason the remaining Avengers disbanded, as they had never established a clear chain of command beyond Cap being the team leader. After being apart for five years, it takes Kamala Khan discovering evidence that Cap's death wasn't just a tragic accident to bring them back together, [[spoiler:and even then their reformed bond is fragile until they learn that Cap was actually just kept in stasis by their enemies]].


* ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'': Griffith's Band of the Hawk has just won a decades-long war for their employer the king of Midland, who gives Griffith a knighthood while the Band celebrates. Guts, seeing as there's nothing left for him to do in peacetime, decides to leave, but Griffith forbids it, willing to kill him before he'll let him go. Guts easily beats Griffith, causing a mental breakdown that leads to him sleeping with the Midland princess, who had a crush on him. He is found out and arrested, while the Hawks barely escape a massacre by the army: many of them dessert, while Griffith’s deputy Casca takes over those who remain. About a year later, Guts hears about the Hawks' plight and shows up to join their mission to rescue Griffith. They succeed, but it turns out that Griffith has been crippled and tortured to the point where he can't speak, walk, or move his arms, let alone lead a mercenary company to victory. Casca is too worn out from the past year’s ordeals to continue leading them, and everyone including her was only able to make it that far because they thought Griffith was going to return to lead. The Band of the Hawk ceases to exist, and its members start splitting up into different groups to go their separate ways, until all that’s rendered moot by the horror of the Eclipse.

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* ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'': Griffith's Band of the Hawk has just won a decades-long war for their employer the king of Midland, who gives gratefully promotes Griffith a knighthood while and his top followers to the Band celebrates. Guts, seeing as there's nothing left for him to do in peacetime, peerage. Guts decides at this point to leave, leave on a one-man journey to discover his own dream, but Griffith forbids it, willing to kill him before he'll let him go. Guts easily beats Griffith, causing a mental breakdown that leads to him sleeping with the Midland princess, who had a crush on him. He is found out and arrested, while the Hawks barely escape a massacre by the army: many of them dessert, members subsequently desert, while Griffith’s deputy Casca takes over those who remain. About a year later, Guts hears about the Hawks' plight and shows up to join their mission to rescue Griffith. They succeed, but it turns out that Griffith has been crippled and tortured to the point where he can't speak, walk, or move his arms, let alone lead a mercenary company to victory. Casca is too worn out from the past year’s ordeals to continue leading them, and everyone including her was only able to make it that far because they thought Griffith was going to return to lead. as their charismatic, genius leader. The Band of the Hawk ceases to exist, and its members start splitting up into different groups to go their separate ways, until all that’s everything is rendered moot by the horror of the Eclipse.


* A particularly horrifying version in ''{{Manga/Berserk}}''. Griffith's Band of the Hawk has just won a decades-long war for their employer the king of Midland, who gives Griffith a knighthood while the Band celebrates. Guts, seeing as there's nothing left for him to do in peacetime, decides to leave, but Griffith forbids it, willing to kill him before he'll let him go. Guts easily beats Griffith, causing a mental breakdown that leads to him sleeping with the Midland princess, who had a crush on him. He is found out and arrested, while the Hawks barely escape a massacre by the army, some splitting up and going their separate ways. A while later, Guts hears about the Hawks' troubles and shows up as they're about to rescue Griffith. They succeed, but Griffith has been crippled and tortured to the point where he can't speak, walk, or move his arms, let alone lead a mercenary company to victory. This, coupled with Griffith's jealousy, leads him to summon the Godhand, sacrificing the Hawks to his ambition.

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* A particularly horrifying version in ''{{Manga/Berserk}}''. ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'': Griffith's Band of the Hawk has just won a decades-long war for their employer the king of Midland, who gives Griffith a knighthood while the Band celebrates. Guts, seeing as there's nothing left for him to do in peacetime, decides to leave, but Griffith forbids it, willing to kill him before he'll let him go. Guts easily beats Griffith, causing a mental breakdown that leads to him sleeping with the Midland princess, who had a crush on him. He is found out and arrested, while the Hawks barely escape a massacre by the army, some splitting up and going their separate ways. A army: many of them dessert, while Griffith’s deputy Casca takes over those who remain. About a year later, Guts hears about the Hawks' troubles plight and shows up as they're about to join their mission to rescue Griffith. They succeed, but it turns out that Griffith has been crippled and tortured to the point where he can't speak, walk, or move his arms, let alone lead a mercenary company to victory. This, coupled with Griffith's jealousy, leads him to summon Casca is too worn out from the Godhand, sacrificing past year’s ordeals to continue leading them, and everyone including her was only able to make it that far because they thought Griffith was going to return to lead. The Band of the Hawks Hawk ceases to his ambition.exist, and its members start splitting up into different groups to go their separate ways, until all that’s rendered moot by the horror of the Eclipse.

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* The third expansion for ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' involves a time skip of five years, during which each crew of class story companions gradually splits up after their respective protagonist goes missing. A case of "we were ''their'' team" for companions from different storylines.


A team falls apart after {{the heart}} or their {{magnetic hero}} [[TheHeroDies dies]], [[TheBandMinusTheFace leaves]], or [[AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence ascends to a higher plane of existence]]. Without his or her unifying influence, there isn't much holding them together anymore, so they drift apart to pursue their own endeavors.

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A team falls apart after {{the heart}} or their {{magnetic hero}} [[TheHeroDies dies]], [[TheBandMinusTheFace leaves]], or [[AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence ascends to a higher plane of existence]]. Without his or her unifying influence, there isn't much holding them together anymore, so they drift apart to pursue their own endeavors.

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* This is discussed in ''LightNovel/AccelWorld''. It's pointed out in Volume 20 that if Kuroyukihime lost all her points, thereby losing Brain Burst and all memory of the Accelerated World, Nega Nebulus, the Legion she founded and spent the last few months reuniting, would fall apart.


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** Also subverted in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''. At the end of the game, [[spoiler:Morgana disappears and the protagonist is forced to turn himself in to ensure that Shido, the head of the conspiracy the Phantom Thieves had been fighting, is convicted of his crimes]]. The Phantom Thieves waste little time before setting out to [[spoiler:find the woman the protagonist had saved from Shido (resulting in him being unjustly accused of assault)]], even without their leader.


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* In ''Fanfic/PanopticonQuest'', Reina was popular and respected across the Order/Union and her death was the catalyst for many changes in the Technocracy, including the Electrodyne Engineers' disagreement turning into outright defection and the Invisible College's reformation as Control.



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* In ''Roleplay/PanopticonQuest'', Reina was popular and respected across the Order/Union and her death was the catalyst for many changes in the Technocracy, including the Electrodyne Engineers' disagreement turning into outright defection and the Invisible College's reformation as Control.
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* This happens in ''VisualNovel/LittleBusters'' during the BadEnd of Sasami's route in the UpdatedRerelease. In it, she ends up being RetGone from everyone's memories, with the exception of Riki. When Riki sees Sasami's GirlPosse, they consider quitting the softball club, which Sasami was the captain of. One reason they mention is that all the upperclassmen are really bad about bullying and hazing the younger students. Sasami mentions in her route that when she became captain, she reformed the club to make sure bullying and hazing weren't tolerated, having dealt with it herself as a freshman. With her gone, the club has gone back to how it used to be, and the trio that followed Sasami now have no one to help them deal with the hazing.
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