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Aug 18, · Local restaurateur Stacy Van Tuyl has been found safe after going missing earlier this week. The I Let Gwen Stacy Die trope as used in popular culture. Often, a hero needs more of a reason to keep on fighting than just to save the day. He needs to . Actor Matt Latner and wife Angela Stacy are expecting their first child. The Timeless star and his beauty blogger wife announced the happy news Wednesday with People.
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Random Tropes Random Media. Community Showcase Explore More. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account. Things go downhill from here on Ango from 7 Seeds blames himself for Shigeru's death - thinking that if he had not been injured, he could've not been such a load when it was necessary. He also blames himself for Mayu's death, among other people who died during the Final Test, mostly because he feels he should've told them that the test would mean "Live Or Die" for all of them, though Shigeru's death is the biggest one for him and the one he blames himself the most about.
The news of Katie's death hits hard Alyosha! Fortunately, it was just a Disney Death. Eren Yeager from Attack on Titan seems to be collecting them. As a child, he was helpless to save his mother from being eaten by a Titan. On their first mission together, he's repeatedly asked to believe in them and not take on the Female Titan.
He decides to do just that, leaving them to face the Female Titan alone and watches helplessly from a distance as the entire squad is wiped out. He immediately blames himself for making the wrong decision, and goes on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge. Thankfully, he narrowly avoids this happening with Armin, after convincing Levi that his friend should be saved instead of Erwin. Several of the other characters, however, feel that this is a "You Let Gwen Stacy Die" moment, and think that Erwin should've been saved instead.
Reiner Braun feels eternally guilty about not being able to save his friend Marcel, who possessed the powers of the Jaw Titan, from being eaten by Ymir. It caused him to develop somewhat of a split personality because he couldn't shoulder his responsibilities, which lead to him being seen as a cool big brother by Eren and the rest of the Survey Corps recruits mostly. Marcel's brother Porco calls Reiner out on this after he becomes the host of the Jaw Titan and sees Ymir's memories.
And now Reiner seems to be setting himself up for this again. Kai goes through this in Beyblade V-Force after Wyatt's version specific fate at the hands of an unstable cyber bitbeast.
Ichigo transformed from a crybaby who got beat up by girls into a badass protector of everyone due to the death of his mother Masaki which he spent years thinking was his fault. The real cause of her death becomes very important to his decisions and behaviour in the final arc. Uryuu's resolve to protect people from hollows and also to work with a quincy's traditional enemies, shinigami, comes from guilt at being unable to save his grandfather's life despite having been a young child at the time.
His and especially his father Ryuuken's behaviour is also deeply connected to the death of his mother, Kanae Katagiri, whose mysterious death becomes extremely important in the final arc and is also linked to the real cause of Masaki's death.
Luna in Casshern Sins. Casshern apparently killed her, causing the Ruin, and we are offered glimpses of his killing her at the beginning of every episode, although he doesn't remember any of it; his realization that he did it apparently causes a Heroic B. Luna turns out to be alive later, but she also turns out to be a Jerkass , which leads the characters to question whether she is really Luna at all.
Mary Magdalene's death in Chrono Crusade is the main event in Chrono's background that drives a lot of his actions in the present. In the manga, her role is fleshed out and she has much more of a personality, but the anime gives her nothing more than a flashback in one episode, which weakens her as a character and gives her little more to do than to give Chrono a reason to angst.
He gets so bad that he barely looks at his daughter Ushio for five years. Claymore Witnessing Teresa's death is the whole motivation that causes Clare to become a Claymore to begin with. Undine is also a shining example with Deneve as the Hero, and all the other Claymore who died in Pieta can be considered this. Julia becomes a Gwen Stacy during the final episode, and it leads Spike to his own possible death in a fight with his arch-nemesis, who also dies in the process.
Leomon, from Digimon Tamers , could fall under this as a male example. Juri blamed herself for his death, and how she coped with it led to the D-Reaper almost destroying the world. She later realises what Leomon meant in his dying words to her whether this lesson is about destiny or her having a lion's heart depends on the region , and begins to fight back against the D-Reaper.
Wizardmon from Digimon Adventure is probably this for Gatomon, as even by season 02 when his digital ghost reappears, it still haunts her and the rest of the chosen children from the first series to this day. In Fairy Tail Rogue Cheney from the future suffers this of having his Shadow Dragon Magic succumbs him after Frosch is killed by Gray Fullbuster when having a job request destroying Avatar , turning future Rogue evil as well, and plans to go back in time to use Zeref's Time magic and becoming a new Dragon King during Grand Magic Games arc.
After his defeat at the hands of Natsu, but before returning to his timeline, he warned and entrust Natsu about his present-self, Frosch, and Gray's fate next year, thus Natsu vow to fullfill future Rogue's promises to subvert his and Frosch's fate into repeating itself.
Another example is Zeref , which lead to his Start of Darkness. When he found out Mavis Vermillion had the exact same curse he has - specifically, Complete Immortality combined with an "Instant Death" Radius designed to kill anyone he could ever care about - he fell in love with her due to her treating him with kindness , and being the only person in the world who could ever truly understand him. The feelings were mutual, and they had The Big Damn Kiss Zeref had killed the only person he thought he could ever safely allow himself to care about and be around, and worst of all, it was The Power of Love that did it.
That would break anybody. Despite defeating her murderer in the first TV special, Terry is still haunted by her death in the second special and movie. Even when Lily's soul comes to him and explicitely tells him to not grieve for him. Edward Elric has this in spades in Fullmetal Alchemist. He was unable to revive his mother, the botched attempt to revive his mother cost his brother his body, and he wasn't able to do anything better than attaching his brother's soul to a suit of armor, and then he wasn't able to save Nina.
On top of that, he has a considerable amount of Survivor Guilt from Hughes' death. In Guilty Crown , Hare is killed off in an explosion mostly to make Shu feel bad. She's promptly forgotten about by the next episode. The Gundam meta-series has used this trope a LOT.
This is actually Shinn's second big loss as his entire family dies in episode 1 of SEED Destiny , which seems to justify his extreme skill as a mobile suit pilot, and issues with rage for the entirety of the series.
Of course, Stella's death just made him angrier. Durandal's flashbacks show that he, in his capacity as Le Creuset's doctor and closest friend, was well aware of the latter's suicidal and nihilistic tendencies, but was unable to do anything about them, ultimately leading to Le Creuset's descent into insanity and eventual death while attempting to trigger the apocalypse.
Durandal's Dark Messiah persona is based around ensuring that no one else ever has to suffer through the kind of pain, identity problems , and self-loathing that Rau did, leading him to try and create a world where no one will ever feel lost through any means necessary. Le Creuset's ghost even visits the Chairman repeatedly, nicely driving home the point.
A rare case of one Big Bad 's death triggering the rise of another. Lyle goes into a Heroic B. Seeing Flit completely lose it afterwards makes this depressing scene worse. Her death haunts him for the next seventy years , as he tries his hardest to slaughter all the Vagans he possibly can in revenge.
Four Murasame is the most prominent in Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam for Kamille, although she wasn't the first or last death that would drive him forward in this series. She turns out to be an especially interesting case, since she died saving Char by throwing herself in front of Amuro's beam saber strike , leading to Char and Amuro blaming each other for her death for almost the rest of their lives.
In Guyver Chronos kidnaps Sho's father and turns him into a Zoanoid who rips out the Guyver's brain, causing Sho to go unconscious which leads the Guyver killing Sho's father on autopilot. Sho doesn't remember this, but he develops a psychological block against transforming. He doesn't find out about what he did until later on, where his angst lasts for about a minute before he takes care of business.
He would have died too if it weren't for Vali's Big Damn Heroes moment where it was revealed he and his group were able to get Asia out of the void dimension. He also has an interesting example much earlier on. Issei snaps punches her, only for her to revert to her Yuuma persona and plead for her life. Issei couldn't bring himself to kill her, but left her to Rias' discretion, knowing Rias now had more reason to ever to see her dead. His deeply conflicted feelings over the whole affair leave him with intimacy issues that haunt him for a long time after.
Kaze no Stigma had the main character's lover die which motivated him to form the pact and create the story. While their deaths weren't directly caused by Naruto or Team 7 although it's arguable that Kakashi caused the death of Haku , they forced the three to realize the suffering that came with being a ninja, and inspired Naruto to create his own way of the ninja - to never go back on his words.
Kakashi has lived a life full of regrets because he blames himself for both of his teammates' deaths. Unfortunately, only Rin died. Obito didn't, and let's just say he didn't take Rin's death too well During the Fourth Shinobi World War, Hiashi mentally apologizes to Hizashi for letting Neji die, even though it wasn't his fault as Neji willingly took the bullet to save Naruto and Hinata.
In One Piece , Ace's Heroic Sacrifice caused Luffy to suffer a massive shutdown , to the point he had to be carried off the battlefield by his allies. It's Ace's death that makes Luffy see that conviction and willpower alone isn't enough to become King of the Pirates, and that he's far too weak to go to the New World yet.
Psycho-Pass has Akane's friend, Yuki, whose throat got slashed by Makishima after she failed to shoot him. Her death changed Akane for the rest of her life which made her mature and more cynical about the Sibyl System. Enforcer Teppei Sugo felt guilty for killing his own boss, Inspector Risa Aoyanagi, which he didn't know that at time due to her having a very high crime coefficient and his line of firing is blocked by a wall.
Ginoza understood that he's following protocol and then, told him not to speak to him again. In Rurouni Kenshin the accidental death of Kenshin's first wife Yukishiro Tomoe at his own hands was the prime motivator for him to swear his no-killing oath and become a wandering swordsman to atone for his past.
In The Sacred Blacksmith , the eponymous Blacksmith, Luke, is burdened with guilt for directly or indirectly causing the death of his childhood friend Lisa pronounced "Leeza", not "Leesa" Eventually he finds out the awful truth: He's angsting himself unnecessarily.
Lisa voluntarily risked herself to protect him from Big Bad Valbanill. The first time in the original series, Sailor Moon brings them back with the power of the Silver Crystal, but they lose their memories anime-only.
The second time, they actually die permanently at the hands of Galaxia, but Carrisford Radofrics in Str. Strategic Armored Infantry , the death of whom disturbingly mirrors Sara's previous loss of her friends at Grabera. In Sword Art Online , Kirito joins a guild of players, keeping the fact that he was a former beta tester and significantly higher in experience levels than his guildmates secret. This turns around to bite him in the ass when, while doing a dungeon run, he and his party get trapped in a room they can't warp away from.
Kirito's level provokes the spawn of an entire horde of high level monsters that, although Kirito was skilled enough to barely survive, they were way too much for his guildmates to handle.
This causes the death of the entire guild his party members dying in battle and the leader being Driven to Suicide. He does get better by episode 11 but watching 3 episodes of depressed Simon is no fun at all. His return kicks all kinds of ass, though.