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* [[spoiler: Chuck]]'s death. He gets in the way between Thomas and Gally and [[TakingTheBullet takes a knife for his trouble]]. To think that he is the youngest Glader...
** [[spoiler:Then you find out that WICKED had implanted control chips on every Glader, casting doubt whether Chuck's sacrifice was voluntary or not. Still, it is a tragedy anyway you look at it.]]
** Not to mention Gally. No matter how much of a jackass he is to Thomas and the others, he is very clearly forced to do what he did. [[spoiler: The third book confirms this. Gally was forced, and he now has to spend the rest of his life haunted by the memory of stabbing his best friend.]]
* During his introduction, Aris recounts that he experienced the same situation as Thomas did at the end of Phase One, in which a brainwashed Glader is forced to kill another. But this time, there is no counterpart of [[spoiler: Chuck]]: Aris had to watch his telepathic best friend and Thomas' counterpart, Rachel, die by stabbing. [[spoiler: Made even more poignant when you learn that this is one of the few things Aris ''didn't'' lie about during the time he is with Group A. Aris and Rachel had been friends since they were children, just like Thomas and Teresa. And like Teresa, Aris does not undergo Swiping, so he knows Rachel a lot more than she did about him.]]
* [[spoiler: Teresa]]'s HeroicSacrifice. Partly because it's so sudden (it happens in the third book's ''penultimate chapter'') and yet also redemptive to the character's story arc.
* The [[ShipSinking slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with [[spoiler: her physical HeroicSacrifice later on,]] Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[RedemptionEqualsDeath sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.
* Teresa does not like to indulge in the past, or the causes of problems in general. Anyone who has read ''The Kill Order'' will know why. She has lost her family, friends, and finally, [[spoiler: four strangers who risked their lives so she could contribute to the betterment of humanity]]. In summary, she has experienced unspeakable horrors long before she becomes involved with WICKED.

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* [[spoiler: Chuck]]'s Chuck's death. He gets in the way between Thomas and Gally and [[TakingTheBullet takes a knife for his trouble]]. To think that he is the youngest Glader...
** [[spoiler:Then Then you find out that WICKED had implanted control chips on every Glader, casting doubt whether Chuck's sacrifice was voluntary or not. Still, it is a tragedy anyway you look at it.]]
it.
** Not to mention Gally. No matter how much of a jackass he is to Thomas and the others, he is very clearly forced to do what he did. [[spoiler: The third book confirms this. Gally was forced, and he now has to spend the rest of his life haunted by the memory of stabbing his best friend.]]
friend.
* During his introduction, Aris recounts that he experienced the same situation as Thomas did at the end of Phase One, in which a brainwashed Glader is forced to kill another. But this time, there is no counterpart of [[spoiler: Chuck]]: Chuck: Aris had to watch his telepathic best friend and Thomas' counterpart, Rachel, die by stabbing. [[spoiler: Made even more poignant when you learn that this is one of the few things Aris ''didn't'' lie about during the time he is with Group A. Aris and Rachel had been friends since they were children, just like Thomas and Teresa. And like Teresa, Aris does not undergo Swiping, so he knows Rachel a lot more than she did about him.]]
him.
* [[spoiler: Teresa]]'s Teresa's HeroicSacrifice. Partly because it's so sudden (it happens in the third book's ''penultimate chapter'') and yet also redemptive to the character's story arc.
* The [[ShipSinking slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with [[spoiler: her physical HeroicSacrifice later on,]] on, Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[RedemptionEqualsDeath sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.
* Teresa does not like to indulge in the past, or the causes of problems in general. Anyone who has read ''The Kill Order'' will know why. She has lost her family, friends, and finally, [[spoiler: four strangers who risked their lives so she could contribute to the betterment of humanity]].humanity. In summary, she has experienced unspeakable horrors long before she becomes involved with WICKED.



** Halfway through the book, [[spoiler: Mark realizes that everyone: him, Trina, Alec, and Lana are infected. He gives up trying to save himself and dedicates his remaining time to send Deedee to Alaska.]]
** [[spoiler: Alec [[MercyKill mercy killing]] Lana.]]
** [[spoiler: Trina, in her Flare delirium, loses her memories of Mark.]]
** [[spoiler: Mark, Trina, and Alec's HeroicSacrifice.]] One word.
--> '''[[spoiler:Trina]]''': [[spoiler: Mark]].

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** Halfway through the book, [[spoiler: Mark realizes that everyone: him, Trina, Alec, and Lana are infected. He gives up trying to save himself and dedicates his remaining time to send Deedee to Alaska.]]
Alaska.
** [[spoiler: Alec [[MercyKill mercy killing]] Lana.]]
Lana.
** [[spoiler: Trina, in her Flare delirium, loses her memories of Mark.]]
Mark.
** [[spoiler: Mark, Trina, and Alec's HeroicSacrifice.]] HeroicSacrifice. One word.
--> '''[[spoiler:Trina]]''': [[spoiler: Mark]].'''Trina''': Mark.



--> '''Newt''': [[spoiler: KILL ME! Please, Tommy. Please.]]
* And then, in The Fever Code, we get to see his famous [[spoiler: suicide attempt.]] The way it describes his resignation and despair is just heartbreaking, and then when [[spoiler: he jumps and it doesn't work]] he's in so much physical and emotional pain that you just want to hug him and make all his problems go away.
* The epilogue of ''The Kill Order'', which tells the time when [[spoiler: WICKED yanked Thomas away from his mother. They exchanged very brief goodbyes and the latter valiantly fought back her tears; she didn't want her son away, not after the loss of her husband to the Flare, but her other option was to let him see her slowly turning into a Crank. Once Thomas and WICKED left, she immediately burst into tears.]]
* Every time Sonya is mentioned in the original trilogy becomes HarsherInHindsight once you find out in ''The Fever Code'' that [[spoiler: she is Newt's younger sister. Newt's greatest wish - that the two live together again - never comes true: for around the next eight years, the two spend time apart due to being assigned different barracks, but at least they still manage some contacts. Once the tests start, Newt and Sonya are irrevocably separated, both by literal walls and because they are [[LaserGuidedAmnesia Swiped]]; when they meet again in the Scorch, none recognizes each other. After the tests end, Sonya allows her memories to be restored, but Newt doesn't. [[SanitySlippage We all know what happens]] [[MercyKill to Newt after that]]. The only silver lining of their tragic tale is that Sonya survives to the very end.]]

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--> '''Newt''': [[spoiler: KILL ME! Please, Tommy. Please.]]
Please.
* And then, in The Fever Code, we get to see his famous [[spoiler: suicide attempt.]] [suicide attempt. The way it describes his resignation and despair is just heartbreaking, and then when [[spoiler: he jumps and it doesn't work]] work he's in so much physical and emotional pain that you just want to hug him and make all his problems go away.
* The epilogue of ''The Kill Order'', which tells the time when [[spoiler: WICKED yanked Thomas away from his mother. They exchanged very brief goodbyes and the latter valiantly fought back her tears; she didn't want her son away, not after the loss of her husband to the Flare, but her other option was to let him see her slowly turning into a Crank. Once Thomas and WICKED left, she immediately burst into tears.]]
tears.
* Every time Sonya is mentioned in the original trilogy becomes HarsherInHindsight once you find out in ''The Fever Code'' that [[spoiler: she is Newt's younger sister. Newt's greatest wish - that the two live together again - never comes true: for around the next eight years, the two spend time apart due to being assigned different barracks, but at least they still manage some contacts. Once the tests start, Newt and Sonya are irrevocably separated, both by literal walls and because they are [[LaserGuidedAmnesia Swiped]]; when they meet again in the Scorch, none recognizes each other. After the tests end, Sonya allows her memories to be restored, but Newt doesn't. [[SanitySlippage We all know what happens]] [[MercyKill to Newt after that]]. The only silver lining of their tragic tale is that Sonya survives to the very end.]]

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*And then, in The Fever Code, we get to see his famous [[spoiler: suicide attempt.]] The way it describes his resignation and despair is just heartbreaking, and then when [[spoiler: he jumps and it doesn't work]] he's in so much physical and emotional pain that you just want to hug him and make all his problems go away.


* The [[Main/{{Ship Sinking}} slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[Main/{{I Want My Beloved To Be Happy}} so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with [[spoiler: her physical [[Main/{{Heroic Sacrifice}} Heroic Sacrifice]] later on,]] Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[Main/{{Redemption Equals Death}} sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.

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* The [[Main/{{Ship Sinking}} [[ShipSinking slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[Main/{{I Want My Beloved To Be Happy}} [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with [[spoiler: her physical [[Main/{{Heroic Sacrifice}} Heroic Sacrifice]] HeroicSacrifice later on,]] Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[Main/{{Redemption Equals Death}} [[RedemptionEqualsDeath sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.


* The [[Main/{{Ship Sinking}} slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[Main/{{I Want My Beloved To Be Happy}} so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with her physical [[Main/{{Heroic Sacrifice}} Heroic Sacrifice]] later on, Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[Main/{{Redemption Equals Death}} sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.

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* [[spoiler: Chuck]]'s death. He gets in the way between Thomas and Gally and [[TakingTheBullet takes a knife for his trouble]]. To think that he is the youngest Glader...
** [[spoiler:Then you find out that WICKED had implanted control chips on every Glader, casting doubt whether Chuck's sacrifice was voluntary or not. Still, it is a tragedy anyway you look at it.]]
** Not to mention Gally. No matter how much of a jackass he is to Thomas and the others, he is very clearly forced to do what he did. [[spoiler: The third book confirms this. Gally was forced, and he now has to spend the rest of his life haunted by the memory of stabbing his best friend.]]
* During his introduction, Aris recounts that he experienced the same situation as Thomas did at the end of Phase One, in which a brainwashed Glader is forced to kill another. But this time, there is no counterpart of [[spoiler: Chuck]]: Aris had to watch his telepathic best friend and Thomas' counterpart, Rachel, die by stabbing. [[spoiler: Made even more poignant when you learn that this is one of the few things Aris ''didn't'' lie about during the time he is with Group A. Aris and Rachel had been friends since they were children, just like Thomas and Teresa. And like Teresa, Aris does not undergo Swiping, so he knows Rachel a lot more than she did about him.]]
* [[spoiler: Teresa]]'s HeroicSacrifice. Partly because it's so sudden (it happens in the third book's ''penultimate chapter'') and yet also redemptive to the character's story arc.
* The [[Main/{{Ship Sinking}} slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[Main/{{I Want My Beloved To Be Happy}} so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with [[spoiler: her physical [[Main/{{Heroic Sacrifice}} Heroic Sacrifice]] later on, on,]] Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[Main/{{Redemption Equals Death}} sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.heartbreaking.
* Teresa does not like to indulge in the past, or the causes of problems in general. Anyone who has read ''The Kill Order'' will know why. She has lost her family, friends, and finally, [[spoiler: four strangers who risked their lives so she could contribute to the betterment of humanity]]. In summary, she has experienced unspeakable horrors long before she becomes involved with WICKED.
* Speaking of ''The Kill Order'', prepare for the waterworks while you are reading it. Just when you think it couldn't bring out more nihilism, it does.
** The initial release of the Flare virus and the death of the Three Stooges: Darnell dies painfully and slowly; Misty chooses to remain behind; and Toad is [[MercyKill mercy killed]] by Alec.
** Mark's flashbacks to the Flare radiation event. Especially the bit when Baxter is killed.
** Halfway through the book, [[spoiler: Mark realizes that everyone: him, Trina, Alec, and Lana are infected. He gives up trying to save himself and dedicates his remaining time to send Deedee to Alaska.]]
** [[spoiler: Alec [[MercyKill mercy killing]] Lana.]]
** [[spoiler: Trina, in her Flare delirium, loses her memories of Mark.]]
** [[spoiler: Mark, Trina, and Alec's HeroicSacrifice.]] One word.
--> '''[[spoiler:Trina]]''': [[spoiler: Mark]].


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--> '''Newt''': [[spoiler: KILL ME! Please, Tommy. Please.]]
* The epilogue of ''The Kill Order'', which tells the time when [[spoiler: WICKED yanked Thomas away from his mother. They exchanged very brief goodbyes and the latter valiantly fought back her tears; she didn't want her son away, not after the loss of her husband to the Flare, but her other option was to let him see her slowly turning into a Crank. Once Thomas and WICKED left, she immediately burst into tears.]]
* Every time Sonya is mentioned in the original trilogy becomes HarsherInHindsight once you find out in ''The Fever Code'' that [[spoiler: she is Newt's younger sister. Newt's greatest wish - that the two live together again - never comes true: for around the next eight years, the two spend time apart due to being assigned different barracks, but at least they still manage some contacts. Once the tests start, Newt and Sonya are irrevocably separated, both by literal walls and because they are [[LaserGuidedAmnesia Swiped]]; when they meet again in the Scorch, none recognizes each other. After the tests end, Sonya allows her memories to be restored, but Newt doesn't. [[SanitySlippage We all know what happens]] [[MercyKill to Newt after that]]. The only silver lining of their tragic tale is that Sonya survives to the very end.]]


* Every single scene with Newt in the third book.

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* Every single scene with Newt in the third book.book, particularly his last chapter and ESPECIALLY page 250.

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* Every single scene with Newt in the third book.

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* The [[Main/{{Ship Sinking}} slow sinking]] of Teresa's and Thomas' relationship in the books. Going from them being close friends and partners pre-brainwipe to Thomas distrusting Teresa more and more and not even considering her a possible ally later on is just plain sad. And the worst part is that Teresa knew he would stop trusting her and deliberately started down this path to save his life. She chose the option to give up Thomas [[Main/{{I Want My Beloved To Be Happy}} so he could live rather than resist WICKED and let him die as her friend.]] Paired with her physical [[Main/{{Heroic Sacrifice}} Heroic Sacrifice]] later on, Teresa is the character that gave up everything for the person they loved. She gave up on WICKED in the same way, if not more, than Thomas, and his failure to realise that this girl [[Main/{{Redemption Equals Death}} sacrificed everything]] for him to live when it is so blatantly obvious is just heartbreaking.


* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the Glade. Even worse in [[Film{{The Maze Runner|2014}} the film version]] where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the Glade.

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* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the Glade. Even worse in [[Film{{The [[Film/{{The Maze Runner|2014}} the film version]] where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the Glade.


!!The Books
* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the Glade.
** Even worse in the film version where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the Glade.

!!The Film Adaptations
* [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[SoundOnlyDeath a gunshot is heard.]] Everyone stops and turns around, already knowing what has [[DrivenToSuicide happened.]]
** The last conversation between Thomas and [[spoiler: Winston]] just as the group leaves is also saddening:
--> [[spoiler: '''Winston:''']] It's... okay...
--> '''Thomas:''' ''(turns back)'' Sorry...
--> [[spoiler: '''Winston:''' [[FamousLastWords Thomas... Take care of them...]]]]

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!!The Books
* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the Glade. \n** Even worse in [[Film{{The Maze Runner|2014}} the film version version]] where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the Glade.

!!The Film Adaptations
* [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[SoundOnlyDeath a gunshot is heard.]] Everyone stops and turns around, already knowing what has [[DrivenToSuicide happened.]]
** The last conversation between Thomas and [[spoiler: Winston]] just as the group leaves is also saddening:
--> [[spoiler: '''Winston:''']] It's... okay...
--> '''Thomas:''' ''(turns back)'' Sorry...
--> [[spoiler: '''Winston:''' [[FamousLastWords Thomas... Take care of them...]]]]
Glade.


* [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[SoundOnlyDeath a gunshot is heard.]] Everyone stops and turns around, already knowing what that [[DrivenToSuicide meant.]]

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* [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[SoundOnlyDeath a gunshot is heard.]] Everyone stops and turns around, already knowing what that has [[DrivenToSuicide meant.]]happened.]]
** The last conversation between Thomas and [[spoiler: Winston]] just as the group leaves is also saddening:
--> [[spoiler: '''Winston:''']] It's... okay...
--> '''Thomas:''' ''(turns back)'' Sorry...
--> [[spoiler: '''Winston:''' [[FamousLastWords Thomas... Take care of them...]]]]


* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the glade. Even worse in the film version where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the glade.

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* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the glade. Glade.
**
Even worse in the film version where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the glade.
Glade.



* [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[spoiler:Winston]] shoots himself.

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* [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[spoiler:Winston]] shoots himself.[[SoundOnlyDeath a gunshot is heard.]] Everyone stops and turns around, already knowing what that [[DrivenToSuicide meant.]]


!!The Books



* [[spoiler: Winston]]'s death in ''The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler: Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[spoiler: Winston]] shoots himself.

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!!The Film Adaptations
* [[spoiler: Winston]]'s [[spoiler:Winston]]'s death in ''The ''Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler: Newt]] [[spoiler:Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[spoiler: Winston]] [[spoiler:Winston]] shoots himself.himself.
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* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the glade. Even worse in the film version where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the glade.

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\n* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the glade. Even worse in the film version where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the glade.glade.
* [[spoiler: Winston]]'s death in ''The Scorch Trials'' where after being bitten by a Crank, he becomes infected. He begs the others to help him so he wouldn't become one of them. [[spoiler: Newt]] hands him a loaded gun and the rest of the group quietly leave. Once they walked far enough, [[spoiler: Winston]] shoots himself.

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* The sad fate of Ben, a fellow glader. It wasn't his fault he got stung by a greiver, but he still had to be banished by the rules of the glade. Even worse in the film version where, amidst his infectious sounds, he's pleading to be kept in the glade.

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