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  • Ace Combat
    • Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War
      • In the cutscene that plays after the Wardog Squadron along with the Arkbird sink the Scinfaxi, the player is treated to a shot of another Yuktobonian submersible aircraft carrier, the Hrimfaxi.
      • In the second to last mission, Aces, the Wardog squadron has destroyed the control center for the SOLG after flying through a tunnel. The cutscene that plays afterwards shows that the SOLG is now falling through the atmosphere, and will crash into Oured, the capital of Osea.
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    • Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
      • In the mission Stage of Apocalypse, the Galm and the Crow teams have successfully shot down a flight of Belkan bombers that were about to drop nuclear weapons on Ustio, when suddenly the screen turns white, the HUD is now a little fuzzy, and off in the distance is a nuclear explosion.
      • And near the end of the same mission, Pixy is contacted by Wizard 1, and after their brief conversation, Cipher gets a missile lock alert coming from Pixy.
      • In the second to last mission, Avalon, after seemingly successfully stopping the launch of V2, Galm team is ambushed by a laser armed bogey that kills PJ. When the player is shown who the enemy is, it turns out to be an aircraft that has Pixy’s paintjob on it.
    • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
      • In the mission, Rescue, the Oseans launch a daring mission to extract former President Vincent Harling from the Lighthouse. He, along with an Air Force colonel, try to escape on a captured V-22, but as the V-22 flies off, its struck by a missile to the cockpit, which kills Harling’s escort, and Harling then turns the V-22 around back to the Lighthouse. The V-22 then gets harassed by a couple of drones, and when Trigger tries to pull them away, a missile flies right past Trigger, which strikes the V-22, and the player is treated to a scene of the V-22 exploding.
  • Bendy and the Ink Machine:
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    • Henry received a letter from his old friend, Joey Drew, saying that he needs to show him something at the animation studio where they used to work together. However, when Henry gets there, there's no sign of Joey. Instead, there is a mysterious machine and a 3D version of Boris, strapped to a table, mouth open, Wingding Eyes showing X.
    • After activating the Ink Machine, Henry rounds the corner to find it boarded off — before a deformed monster resembling Bendy, better known as Ink Bendy, Inked Bendy, or the Ink Demon, appears right before his eyes.
    • After Henry escapes from Inked Bendy in Chapter 2, he walks down a hall and finds none other than Boris. Alive and well.
    • In Chapter 3, Henry and Boris come across an entire room full of Borises and Butcher Gang members having been killed in a similar manner as the Boris in Chapter 1. A moment later, and there's another: Alice torturing a Butcher Gang member, revealing that she's the one responsible.
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    • Near the end of Chapter 4, Henry is riding a cart towards Alice's lair, when the cart is suddenly stopped by two enormous hands that poke out of the darkness...and then the mutated visage of what is unmistakably Boris rises into view.
    • Chapter 4 ends with Henry having to fight a monstrous Boris made by Alice. After killing it, Alice tries to strangle him only to be killed by...another, less corrupted version of Alice with her own Boris.
  • The ending in The Binding of Isaac where Isaac finds his own dead body in the chest. While the other endings were dark before, this one was the point where the true plot really began to reveal itself and was the start of many fan theories until the Rebirth DLC endings put everything into perspective.
    • As there are plenty of items that change Isaac's appearance and almost all of them are played for Black Comedy, his face when picking up the Torn Photograph is particularly miserable and is not Played for Laughs. His father was ripped out of the photo after he and Isaac's mother go through a divorce. And to make that even worse? Isaac not only blames himself for being the reason, but he is Driven to Suicide because of it. Ouch.
  • BioShock Infinite
    • When Booker reunites with Elizabeth in Comstock House, he approaches her and sees that she's actually an old woman, revealing this to be a Bad Future.
    • At the end of the game, when Booker relives the time he sold his daughter and unsuccessfully tried to get her back, as the tear closes, it cuts off her pinky finger, revealing that Anna is Elizabeth.
  • Bloodborne gives us a two-fer:
    • The appearance of Rom, the Vacuous Spider. To elaborate, you've been spending much of the game fighting creatures in locations that wouldn't be out of place in a Gothic Horror setting: werewolves, witches, zombies, etc. But then you drop into the Moonside Lake in Byrgenwerth College and find this... thing. From here, the situation gets worse: once you defeat her, you descend into the newly-opened Yahar'gul, and you see dozens of Amygdalas crawling all over the city like maggots on a corpse. This is when you realize what you've been playing is in fact a Cosmic Horror Story.
    • Taking the back door to Iosefka's Clinic and discovering Celestial Emissaries lingering about, including a dead one strapped to an operating table, followed by Iosefka telling you to leave at once and possibly attempting to kill you. It hits doubly hard if you've been sending all the civilians there, as you realize you're partially responsible for what's happened here.
  • Combines with The Stinger in Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon: After trying to save Zangetsu, the three other heroes are unfortunately forced to kill him. But after the credits, Zangetsu awakens in the afterlife...which is apparently some kind of cyberpunk world far removed from the world he came from.
  • The image of a lifeless Earth in Blue Planet: Age of Aquarius after it's been bombarded into oblivion by the Shivans.
  • At the end of Act 1 of Broken Age, the camera shows Vella lying on the beach after defeating Mog Chothra, only for Shay to stumble out of the monster, revealing that his "spaceship" was Mog Chothra all along.
  • In the post-credits scene in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Zobek finds Gabriel, who has become a vampire and calls himself Dracula, hiding in a church. The two of them have a very brief fight which ends with Gabriel being flung through a stained glass window...and landing in the middle of a street in a modern day city.
  • About midway through the Soviet campaign of Command & Conquer: Red Alert, Josef Stalin is in a meeting with his top commanders as normal, then everyone else goes silent as a bald, goateed man in a business suit steps in to whisper something in the dictator's ear - it's Kane, the Big Bad of the Command & Conquer: Tiberian Series, looking the same as he does in the "modern" setting, and steering world events to the Brotherhood of Nod's advantage. It's the first real confirmation for C&C fans that Kane is no ordinary adversary.
  • In Chrono Trigger, after Crono is disintegrated by Lavos, you need to rearrange your party. It's the same screen that you've been using the entire game, but Crono is gone, and you can put anyone in the top slot. It's a pretty shocking moment of comprehension.
  • At the end of Stage 2-0note  of Cho Ren Sha 68k, the boss you just defeated goes out in an explosion. It's the exact same explosion that you see when you start Stage 1-1note . Coupling with Wham Line, "STAGE 1" then appears as the explosion goes off.
  • After a boss-fight in Dead Rising 3 Nick's friend Diego brings him into a museum that is used to explain the plot of the first 2 games, and points to an exhibit of a zombie that caused an outbreak in 2007. Diego points out one minor detail in the picture, which the game zooms in on. The zombie has a tattoo...in the same place and manner of Nick, the main character.
  • The final cutscene in the ending to the campaign of Destiny 2 has two:
    • The first one is the Traveler awakening, and breaking free from the cage that Dominus Ghaul tried to seal it off in to try to steal its light.
    • The second one comes immediately afterwards, as the Traveler awakening had caused it to send out a wave of light that went outside of the galaxy, and past a fleet of pyramid shaped ships, who then light up, and start flying towards the source of the wave of light.
  • Fallout:
    • Fallout 2, the player has the GECK, the village is saved. And the second you step foot into Arroyo, you initiate conversation with a dying, badly wounded Hakunin. Your quest isn't over yet; the real fight is still to come.
    • Fallout 3, the player has been hearing Enclave radio broadcasts throughout the game, but no one has seen the Enclave itself for years, the radio broadcasts are obviously pre-recorded loops, and the Enclave was destroyed years ago in Fallout 2 anyway. Then, while helping your father prepare Project Purity to activate, you look out the drainage grate you're in and see a vertibird, the Enclave's signature mode of transport, land on the catwalk outside, and troops in their signature black Powered Armor march out. The Enclave isn't just still active, they're here.
      • In the final questline, when Liberty Prime is sent into battle as the Brotherhood of Steel prepares to assault the Purifier with more Enclave than ever swarming the area. You head outside and prepare yourself for the most epic battle you've faced yet. And you see Prime standing outside the Citadel. After just standing there motionless for a moment or two, Prime will be attacked by an Enclave vertibird. His response is to finally move to face them and unleash his Eye Beams on it, destroying the aircraft. It's the first shot in the Curb-Stomp Battle you are about to witness as Prime begins his march obliterating all in his path.
    • The appearance of the Prydwen in Fallout 4 is accompanied with fanfare and a good Oh, Crap! from your companion, if you have one. Rightly so, considering that this is the strongest the Brotherhood of Steel has been in any Fallout game: the west coast Brotherhood has been declining ever since their first appearance in Fallout, and while the east coast Brotherhood was powerful in Fallout 3, having custody of many suits of power armor, the Pentagon, and a giant death robot, this is a further expansion of their power. It also marks the beginning of the War for the Commonwealth, as the Sole Survivor's attention turns away from hunting down their spouse's killer (having killed him just moments before) and begins to focus on the rising conflict between the Institute, Brotherhood, and Railroad.
  • At the end of the first FEAR game, the camera pans down from the image of Alma's second birth to show her medical file, which lists her name as "Alma Wade." That one shot changes the context of 90% of the previous game.
  • At the end of Final Fantasy XIII-2, the time gates are closing, the paradox is resolved, Hope's Cocoon is ascending, and Noel, Serah, and Mog are safe...and then you see Etro's Gate shining in Serah's eyes.
  • In Chapter 11 of Final Fantasy XV, Noctis sees Ardyn inside the train and attacks him in a fit of rage. Shortly thereafter, he fights alongside his friend Prompto to defend the train. Shortly after taking out the Magitek engines, Noctis sees Ardyn holding Prompto at gunpoint on top of the train, and knocks the former off the train. A moment later, you see Prompto falling and Ardyn standing, at which point Noctis, along with the player, realizes that Prompto and Ardyn's appearances had been swapped to trick Noctis into attacking his friend.
  • Fire Emblem:
  • At the very ending of Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location, after defeating the night's hardest difficulty, you end up getting a cutscene in which an unfamiliar voice talks to their father about a plan they apparently followed. The voice also mentions that "they" mistook him for his father, and that he should be dead but isn't. He ends by saying that he's been living in shadows, and is coming to find his father. The whole time, the footage has been showing what appears to be a burned-out building. Then, in the very last half-second, a figure steps into frame: it's Springtrap. The next game revealed that it's not actually him speaking, but regardless, it's still a Wham Shot because it reveals that Springtrap survived Fazbear's Fright burning down.
    • The spinoff game Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator somehow manages to top even that. At first, the game seems like the sort of 8-bit troll game that Scott Cawthon has become famous for, with simplistic gameplay and cheerful music. Then on level 4, the game begins to glitch badly, with the screen eventually going black...only to fade back in on a realistically rendered shot of Baby, now in a horribly damaged form, apparently deactivated and sitting across from the player at a desk. Ladies and gentlemen, Five Nights At Freddy's 6 has arrived.
  • At E3 2016, a trailer of a then unnamed game shows a boy being ordered by his father to hunt. The audience initially expect this to be an ordinary father-and-son game until the father turns out to be Kratos, now living in the period of the Norse Mythology, revealing that the game is God of War (PS4), a new installment in the God of War Series.
  • In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, CJ catches a glimpse of Tenpenny, Pulaski, Big Smoke and Ryder walking out of a garage with a green Sabre in it, revealing that the latter two betrayed the Grove Street Families and that all of them were involved with killing CJ's mother.
  • Halo 4: In the third level "Forerunner", Master Chief activates a satellite to contact the Infinity, but he unwittingly ends up freeing the Didact, a living Forerunner.
  • Hometown Story:
    • When you first meet the detective that eventually moves into town, the mayor happens to have a watch with a quite unusal shape missing. The detective fails spectacularly to help, then decides to give up, and pulls a watch out of his coat to check the time. The watch happens to be the missing one, that the detective found on the ground on his way to the village.
    • The town has a sentient scarecrow who constantly talks about how he's stuck in the same spot. If you give him the broom he requests, he jump out of enthusiasm, revealing that the part of him that looks like a thick pole buried in the groud actually works more like a foot. The fact that he's more mobile than he claims to be becomes important later.
  • In Jak 3: Wastelander, the cutscene "The Strange Gets Stranger" has a Precursor statue opening, revealing that the Precursors are ottsels. The characters present react accordingly.
  • Killer7 gets one at the end of the Alter-Ego chapter. The first two chapters have set up Kun Lan and the mystery of the Heaven's Smiles as very important, but then for the next three chapters they kind of take a back-seat as the Smiths deal with stuff like a crazy cult leader, another assassin, and team of super-sentai parodies. The very last shot at the end of the chapter is Kun Lan over a red screen, reaching for the camera, to remind you he's still around, and warn you that the next chapter is all about him and the Smiles again.
    • The very next chapter, Smile, has one at the very beginning, where you enter Harman's room to find Samantha dead and Harman nowhere in sight.
  • Kingdom Hearts
    • Kingdom Hearts II: Just before the Final Boss, a device the real Ansem the Wise was using explodes, and the light from the device purifies Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, from Riku, which causes his real form to be restored. If that's not the wham shot, then the end of the cutscene is when the party select pops up...with Riku as the Guest-Star Party Member, which came as a surprise for first-time players. Especially since other guests joined much earlier in their arcs.
    • Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep: After the clash with Master Xehanort, Aqua takes Ventus' comatose body back to the Land of Departure, and then uses Eraqus' Keyblade to rearrange the world in order to ensure that nobody but her will ever be able to find him. And as she's leaving the world, the scene zooms out to reveal that the rearranged Land of Departure is a familiar location: Castle Oblivion.
    • In the epilogue of Kingdom Hearts III, the Foretellers emerge in the Keyblade Graveyard to find themselves greeted by a figure in a black hood carrying the No Name Keyblade and waiting next to the mysterious black box. Upon being identified as Luxu, the figure acknowledges that he hasn't gone by that name in a long time and removes their hood...to reveal the face of Xigbar.
  • Kirby:
    • Kirby's Return to Dream Land: After defeating HR-D3 in the True Arena, the next boss image shows the shadowed face of a boss not yet fought: Galacta Knight, marking the first true surprise boss in the franchise.
    • Kirby: Triple Deluxe: After defeating Sectonia DX as King Dedede, the latter strikes a victory pose. As he's doing so, the Dimension Mirror shows up and spits out Dedede's Mirror World counterpart. After his defeat, Dark Meta Knight shows up to fight after a ten year absence.
    • Kirby: Planet Robobot:
      • After doing enough damage to the Access Ark, its exterior shatters, revealing the face of Galactic Nova, another AI with world-destroying powers. Doubly shocking as, up until now, connections to previous games' plots had been reserved to the EX modes, which were stated by Word of God to be Alternate Continuities.
      • In this game's EX mode, Meta Knightmare Returns, after the defeat of Haltmann 2.0, Star Dream awakens and tests Meta Knight with the clone of another sword master. While everyone expected Galacta Knight to show up again at this point, someone completely different shows up: Dark Matter Blade. As there hasn't been a main series boss fight with this incarnation of Dark Matter since its debut and references to the "Dark Matter Trilogy" being rare to begin with, the entire fandom was surprised to the point where, when Galacta Knight did show up two fights later, it was seen as something of a letdown, especially by older fans.
    • Kirby Star Allies has a truly spectacular double whammy during the battle with the final boss, Void Termina. After defeating the first couple forms, Kirby and his friends are pulled inside Void Termina's body once again to fight its true form. What is its true form, you may ask? It's an amorphous, hovering pink sphere with three dots forming a face...specifically, a face identical to Kirby. This is only compounded as the battle goes on and Void Termina takes another familiar face: that of Dark Matter.
  • Midna's tear cracking the Mirror of Twilight at the end of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. It may have been briefly foreshadowed during the game, but not long before she does it, she says "As long as that mirror's around, we could meet again."
  • Life Is Strange has two. One at the end of Episode 3 where we see Chloe in a wheelchair, and one at the end of Episode 4, with the reveal of Mr. Jefferson as the true Big Bad.
  • In Mega Man X8, Axl's ending sees him being rendered comatose after a Last Breath Bullet from Lumine. As he was carried back to Earth, a fragment of what Lumine attacked him with is seen in his forehead crystal, shining ominously. Unfortunately, nothing ever came out of it; the next chronological game, Mega Man X: Command Mission, never alluded to the event, and the series is currently defunct.
  • In the Japanese version of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, due to censorship, every cyborg in the game bleeds white blood, with one exception: Samuel Rodrigues, who is shown bleeding red blood, revealing that the character in question barely has any cybernetic enhancements. In the international release, every character has red blood, so Parrot Exposition is used to reveal this.
  • Minecraft: Story Mode: In the first episode, Jesse finds a book documenting the legend of the Order and reads an extract from it. As s/he reads, we get a flashback that seems to be the same as the opening cinematic...except that this time the Round Table Shot continues past Soren and lands on Ivor, revealing that he was once part of the Order.
  • Modern Warfare 2
    • The missions "Of Their Own Accord" and "Whiskey Hotel" have a one-two punch. The former starts out in a darkened bunker being pounded by enemy fire, with—for once—none of the standard green text telling the player where the mission takes place. Then the player exits the bunker and sees the US Capitol in flames, and the text helpfully informs you that you're in Washington, DC in the midst of a Russian invasion. Then the latter manages to top that, when you reach the rendezvous point Whiskey Hotel and realize that it isn't really a hotel: it's the White House, which is being swarmed by Russian troops. note 
    • "Second Sun" abruptly switches to the POV of a nameless astronaut aboard the International Space Station right after Captain Price hijacks a Russian nuclear submarine and launches a warhead in the previous level. Everything seems pretty tranquil up in space...until you notice the warhead heading towards you. You can only watch helplessly as it detonates in the atmosphere, and the lights on the Eastern Seaboard of the United States start to blink out.
  • In Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, normally when you complete a quest, including ones that increase your Hunter Rank, you spawn at the entrance to the gathering hall or town that you took the quest in. However, after completing the Urgent Quest to rank up to G3 (a Lao-Shan Lung), that doesn't happen. Instead, you're face to face with the Pub Manager while tense music plays, while she informs you of a new monster that has started terrorizing the surrounding regions (the Ahtal-ka).
  • In the second generation of Phantasy Star III, you have to take a spaceship to one of the two moons orbiting your world (whichever moon you travel to depends on your hero in this generation). When you take off in the spaceship, you find out that you're not living on a planet, but that the game takes place on a Generation Ship.
  • Pokémon
    • In Pokémon Red and Blue, the moment when Red finally comes into view of the mysterious Viridian City Gym Leader, who has been absent the entire game...and it is none other than Giovanni, the leader of Team Rocket, whom you have been clashing with over the course of the game.
    • In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the intro shot of the battle with Wally at the end of Victory Road lingers on his new pendant...with a Key Stone in it. Yep, Wally can now use Mega Evolution too!
      • In the Delta Episode of the same game, the player rides Mega Rayquaza into space and crashes head-on into a meteor, which is cool enough, but the sight of a familiar-looking triangle among the fragments of the meteor shocks the player enough that it takes a few seconds to register that, yes, you are battling Deoxys in fucking space.
    • From Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, many players were shocked when they went up Mount Lanakila after beating the Climax Boss, only to run into Necrozma, said Climax Boss, looking awfully drained.
  • Shin Megami Tensei and its spinoffs and subseries:
    • Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse:
      • You defeat the Divine Powers at Tsukiji Konganji, and when you go to sleep, the cutscene of the current moon phase still shows up.
      • So everyone's celebrating now that the Divine Powers, Merkabah, and Lucifer are gone, surely only good things can happen from here on out right? Dagda informs you that "the show's about to start," and when he disappears from your view, the people who were celebrating moments ago are all collapsed on the floor.
    • In Persona 2: Eternal Punishment's opening sequence, Takahisa Kandori (Big Bad of the first game in the franchise) appears on-screen briefly. Given that he's been dead for three years at this point, this is immensely disturbing.
    • In Persona 3, after defeating The Hanged Man, the party returns to the dorm to celebrate the fact that the Dark Hour is gone for good. But when the usual Dark Hour intro animation plays the following night, you know you're in for a Wham Episode...
    • Persona 4:
      • During the battle with the Killer, he receives the same critical hit cut-in the party normally has, revealing he has a Persona.
      • After you rescue the third victim from the television, the fog comes in and you're confident that you succeeded. At that point, you see a cinematic showing someone else's dead body, although it's later revealed that it was just a copycat crime.
    • Persona 5:
      • After the Framing Device, Sae Nijima leaves the interrogation room and meets with one of the player character's allies, Goro Akechi. After she dismisses him and leaves, Akechi's dialogue box portrait pops up...and it's a Traitor Shot where he's showing a sinister Psychotic Smirk while demeaning Sae, revealing his true colors as The Mole that sold out the heroes.
      • Later on, the protagonist initially appears to fail to summon his Ultimate Persona. Then we get a shot of something lowering itself from the heavens. The wham comes when we see the whole thing, and realise that the combined support of an entire metropolis is enough to create a Persona that's bigger than a skyscraper.
  • In Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, Bentley is quietly tailing the Black Knight when the latter decides their armor is too hot and they need some fresh air. The Black Knight takes off their armor and reveals themself to be Penelope, Bentley's girlfriend who had previously gone missing and was presumed kidnapped. Bentley does not take this well.
    Bentley: It's not possible! Penelope... But why would she...?! [hears Penelope's Motive Rant] Aah! I think I'm going to be sick.
  • Spec Ops: The Line: The shot of Lugo hanging from a noose surrounded by the lynch mob in Chapter 13 and the real Konrad's dead body in Chapter 15.
  • In the fan game Story of the Blanks, based on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, the viewer (and Applebloom) gets quite the Wham Shot when they look into the fireplace and discover the charred remains of a pony skeleton. This is one of the first clues (but definitely the most jarring) that Sunny Town is not at all the bright, friendly town that it seems.
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: In the game's adventure mode "World of Light", the Big Bad Galeem has been defeated by the fighters and is writhing after taking hefty damage from the battle. Then out of nowhere a literal crack in the sky forms and from the new hole of darkness peers an ominously lit eye belonging to Dharkon, Galeem's mortal enemy who promptly snatches all the fighters and spirits Galeem had left as the latter bails, finally sucking in the fighters into his twisted Dark Realm.
  • Time Crisis:
    • The end of Stage 1 of Time Crisis 4 shows the dog tag of the defeated Marcus Black, who is revealed to be a U.S. military officer...and so are the rest of the terrorists that Rush, Giorgio, and Evan have been fighting. Needless to say, Rush is pissed off.
    • In the fifth game, after defeating Keith Martin, he opens up the briefcase and reveals who the real traitor responsible for the events of the game is. Luke and Marc lean in to look at the data, looking shocked. Then Keith looks up and fires off two bullets at Luke and Marc. In Bullet Time, the bullets are shown whizzing past them, squarely striking the two knives flying towards Luke and Marc and sending them skittering harmlessly to the ground. The camera then pans to Robert, revealing him to be the Big Bad.
  • Until Dawn has the psycho removing his mask. Whose face is revealed? Josh, who was previously seen sliced in half by a sawblade.
  • Valkyria Chronicles 4: Every time the medic is called to extract a downed unit, you get an unskippable cutscene of Karen running onto the battlefield. In one mission, this cutscene is abruptly cut short when she apparently gets shot. It just grazed her leg, but the war-criminal sniper has to be neutralized before she can come back for the wounded again.
  • The Witness: Arguably the game's final puzzle happens just before the end of the Golden Ending - a puzzle that turns on a light in a darkened room. The room is revealed to be impressively photorealistic - because it's actually represented by an FMV you control by walking backward and forward. Lying on the couch is a motionless figure with a sheet over it, hooked up to an IV and lying near a computer monitor. To find out who the figure is, simply walk to the end of the path...
  • World of Warcraft:
    • As the Alliance and Horde forces march into battle in the Jade Forest, Lorewalker Cho completes his restoration project. He then reacts in horror as the finished third image shows a Sha rising, signifying that the Alliance and Horde's war will empower the Sha, which feed on negative emotions.
    • In the Alliance version of the ending for Mists of Pandaria, after Garrosh's defeat, Varian walks up to the Horde leaders and demands to speak with their Warchief. The crowd parts and reveals Vol'jin, rather than Thrall.
  • In Chapter 5 of Xenoblade Chronicles X, Cross pushes Tatsu out of the way of a massive energy blast and is sent flying. After they land, they try to clutch their left arm in pain but realise that it's been blown clean off. Instead of what they expected to see, they find a sparking, mechanical stump.——
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