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Career-Ending Injury

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A Career-Ending Injury is a sudden and unexpected injury or illness that causes disability to a person and forces them to give up their ambitions and dreams.
Usually, this trope involves an athlete getting an injury, but the career can be anything that requires physical and/or mental ability. Likewise, what causes the disability can be something other than an injury (for example, a disease) - the important point is that it prevents the character from achieving their goals by causing a disability.
A variation is where a previously known condition or illness worsens unexpectedly to a point where the character is no longer fit for his/her career. With a character known for being injury-prone or just too stubborn to know when to quit, this injury may represent the writing on the wall.
Sometimes the injury is part of the backstory, but if it happens during the course of the main story, expect Angst.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Very much Truth in Television. In circles such as the police or the military, this is sometimes sardonically called "earning a desk job". With sports where knee collisions are a regular occurrence, the injury might be so bad that standing up (after it healed) without a cane is impossible.
The injury may have started as a Game-Breaking Injury. Compare White-Dwarf Starlet and I Coulda Been a Contender!, common results of this trope, Dream-Crushing Handicap, where the character is disabled to start with instead of becoming so during their career, and Crippling the Competition, where this trope is invoked. If the character overcomes the injury, either temporarily or permanently, then they're Back in the Saddle. If the injury isn't just career-ending but life-ending, then it's an example of Fatal Method Acting. May result in the character taking on a Post-Injury Desk Job.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Conversely, the Deaf Composer doesn't let a little thing like being physically unable to practice their career stop them from doing it.
This is sometimes set up as a twist or a reveal, so beware of spoilers.
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In Molly's Game, Molly's promising career as an Olympic-level skier is cut short when a freak accident on the mount renders her unable to ever compete again.
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John Watson has been invalided home from Afghanistan due his shoulder injury in Sherlock. His return to England and subsequent need for a flatshare kicks off his first meeting with Sherlock and the rest of the series.
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K, the Mikado bartender in Shin Megami Tensei IV, was a Samurai himself until he lost his hand battling demons. He has a scissor-like replacement which doesn't appear to harm his bartending any.
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In Unbreakable, the titular character had an injury in college that made it impossible for him to continue playing football, which he brings up to refute the claims that he is somehow invulnerable to harm or has superpowers. As the movie goes on he remembers that he actually faked the injury, since he knew that college athletes often burnout or can't make it in the pros and he wanted an excuse to get out anyway since his burgeoning romantic interest (and future wife) was studying to be a nurse and put off by the violence of his sport. He told the lie so often that he had forgotten the truth himself.
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In Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Sayaka's childhood friend Kyosuke is a violin prodigy, until a hand injury rendered him unable to play. His intense depression (up to an Interrupted Suicide in the portable game) prompts Sayaka's contract to heal him.
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In Worm, the Director of the local PRT, Piggot, used to be a field agent before she lost her kidneys in a particularly nasty Charlie Foxtrot of an operation.
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Scream Queens (2015)'s second season has Dr. Brock Holt, who was a brilliant surgeon until he lost a hand in a horrifying garbage disposal accident. After the world's first successful hand transplant, he's back to performing surgery, but reduced to working at the serial-killer-stalked C.U.R.E. Institute (formerly Our Lady of Perpetual Suffering Hospital).
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In Banana Fish, Eiji was a talented pole vaulter until he suffered an unspecified injury.
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In Miami Vice, Crockett played football in college but had to stop after fracturing his knee.
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Detective Conan:
In the second Non-Serial Movie The Fourteenth Target, the murderer is revealed to be a sommelier whose taste buds were destroyed in an accident, taking revenge on the people who in one way or another, ended his career.
Similarly, in the fourth Non-Serial Movie Captured in Her Eyes, the culprit is a surgeon who had the tendons of his right hand intentionally severed by a jealous colleague during a surgery. He switched to become a therapist, but later killed the one who ruined his career... and others who either were involved or found out... and then Ran became his target since she witnessed what was supposed to be his last kill.
In the canon case "Kobayashi-sensei's Love", the culprit turns out to be a former baseball prodigy who got two of these. His abusive sponsor started to demand that he paid her the money she invested in his career, and when she crossed the line and tried to force him to sign a life insurance so she'd kill him and then cash on it, he stabbed her to death Additionally, said culprit attempted to use what was left of his baseball skills to try killing the woman who had witnessed his kill... the aforementioned Kobayashi-sensei.
Subverted in a filler case: an actor and former acrobat was supposed to have one, but somehow the pain went away some time ago. This allowed him to re-start using his acrobatic skills... to become a thief and later a killer, including a rather spectacular Super Window Jump to escape from the police when he's Out-Gambitted by them.
In a manga case, a former basketball player was accidentally elbowed in the eye by a teammate and, as a result, he cannot play any longer. It wasn't an accident: a jealous teammate asked the culprit to do it so he could get in the titular line-up. When the injury definitely took the first player out of the sport, the culprit started blackmailing the jealous guy about it... and ended up dead for it.
In one case, the Jerkass father of a rich girl not only forbids his daughter from marrying her pianist boyfriend, but stomps on the pianist's hand and breaks it, deliberately ruining the boyfriend's career. The poor piano man commits suicide and the Broken Bird daughter runs away; the father winds up the story's murder victim at the hands of the boyfriend's father.
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In Tokyo Ghoul, losing a limb in battle is pretty much the end of an Investigator's career. Its mentioned that the veterans' old commander, Iba, was forced to retire after losing his arm in battle with the Owl. A decade later, Kuroiwa suffers the same fate. However, the sequel reveals that this was averted by Juuzou — though he lost his right leg in the final battle, he's still going strong thanks to a fancy prosthetic leg.
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Maria "Katyusha" Andreevna in Über was a fearsome Soviet sniper until she lost her right hand in action and for a time, lamented that she was completely done. When she was augmented into a Halo Battleship, she regrew her hand as a side-effect, even though she didn't need it to be a sniper any more.
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Glass Mask has this as Chigusa Tsukikage's background, plus a flashback to it is the starting point of the OAV'. Twenty-odd years ago, Tsukikage was performing her prized Crimson Goddess play but a stage-spotlight snapped and fell on her midway through it. It resulted in badly burning/injuring half of her face, to the point that she stopped stage-acting since and switched to teaching; it also kickstarted her obsession to find the perfect actress to give her the Crimson Goddess role, which was specifically written for her by her long-lost lover Ichiren Osaki.
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Jagged Alliance 2 has an Alumni page on the AIM (Association of International Mercenaries) website, where among the retired, KIA and dishonorably discharged there are also those who suffered injury or had failing health.
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There's a chance in Crusader Kings II that a character leading troops into battle may suffer a particularly bad blow to the head that renders them incapable, meaning they'll need a regent if they happen to be the ruler. Either way, they'll be of no use whatsoever for the rest of their (often mercifully short) days.
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Bones:
There was an episode where the Victim of the Week is a professional motorcycle racer, one of the suspects is a paraplegic former racer whom the victim had "accidentally" caused to crash in a previous race.
Booth talks in another episode about wanting to play pro football before hurting his shoulder and opting for the military instead.
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A plot point of Danny Messer's backstory in CSI: NY. He was an aspiring baseball player, but an arm injury forced him to quit (a storyline that was incidentally drawn from the actor's real-life background).
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Walter Cochran in The Replacements (2000). As he explains to Shane, he played one game in the pros, blew out his knee, and then he was done. Now he's a man of God and wants nothing more than to score a touchdown before retiring for good.
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Lily Flagler from the Decoy episode "High Swing" was a trapeze artist until she fell and broke her back. Her husband quit working as an acrobat to take care of her and started mugging people to feed her opioid addiction.
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Remember the Titans has the automobile accident that ends the football career of star linebacker Gerry Bertier.
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Shinobu in Princess Army suffers from this after receiving a spinal injury that prevented him from practicing judo.
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Blues singer Lester Grimes in Vinyl. Mob thugs beat him up and permanently damaged his windpipe, depriving him of his powerful and iconic singing voice.
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Cheers established this as the reason Sam left baseball... with a twist.
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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain: Kaz is mutilated after an ambush from the Skull unit, ending his career as a soldier; even if he accepted cybernetic limbs after the events of the game, cybernetic eyes wouldn't be developed until after his death.
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A key incident in Project Riribirth is when Riri Williams is so badly injured by a powerful villain that she has to give up being a superhero.
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White Collar's Peter Burke was a professional baseball player when he tore his rotator cuff. The injury healed just fine and he was able to play baseball again, though a doctor advised him he could re-injure. Rather than risk losing both his baseball career and the possibility of joining the FBI, Peter opted to quit baseball and simply join the FBI.
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Paige had to retire from in-ring competition at only 25 because of neck injuries. That, on top of the wear and tear of wrestling as young as 13.
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Chiyuki, the amnesiac protagonist, from Death Parade was a young professional ice-skater, however, a knee injury left her unable to skate anymore. This caused her to fall into a depression that ended in her Driven to Suicide.
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The sequel to The Mighty Ducks has Gordon Bombay take a knee injury during a minor-league game, ending his NHL career before it begins. Later in the movie, during a pickup game of three-bar, Wolf "The Dentist" Stansson hits him in the same knee.
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Itsuki from Yuki Yuna is a Hero wanted to become a singer however halfway through the series she becomes mute. Subverted eventually, as she is cured in the final episode.
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Barbara Gordon was shot by the Joker and paralyzed in The Killing Joke. Her paralysis ended her career as Batgirl. She then renamed herself Oracle and began to create one of the world's most powerful and complex computer systems. This was eventually undone, but it lasted (in real life) from The Killing Joke in 1988 to her solo series in 2011, 23 years in the wheelchair. Quite a long time for a Reset Button, especially given most ongoing superhero comics.
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Into the Drowning Deep: Ray's career as a world-class MMA fighter was cut short by an injury that destroyed both his knees and his savings were exhausted by top-of-the-line reconstructive surgery. Fortunately for him, when he went looking for other work, he ended up speaking to Theo, who had been a sailor until he suffered a major spinal injury and was sympathetic to Ray's situation.
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Power Rangers Turbo: Rocky breaks his back while practicing for a martial arts tournament, forcing him to pick Justin as his replacement on the team.
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1.0
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 Power Rangers Turbo
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In Red Tails, Deacon is badly burned in a crash, and is sent home. Junior is half-blinded and should have been grounded, but talks Lightning into putting him back on flying status. He gets shot down soon afterward.
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In Lodge 49, Dud's hopes of becoming a professional surfer came to a screeching halt after a snake bit him on the foot. The wound never healed properly, and now he can't surf anymore.
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This happens to anyone in later Fire Emblem games that "dies" but is too critical to the plot to be removed (and doesn't cause a Game Over when defeated, as happens to the main characters.) Everyone else is subject to Final Death.
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Naruto: Near the end of the series, Might Guy retires as a ninja after he becomes wheelchair bound.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_30a5ebfd
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1.0
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 Naruto (Manga)
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The Outer Limits (1995):
In "Abduction", Ray was the star running back of the Eden Park High School football team until he injured his knee, bringing his football career to a swift end.
In "Lion's Den", Peter Shotwell was one of the stars of the hugely successful Lewisborough High School wrestling team from 1976 to 1979 but he tore up his left knee, ending his chances of a professional career.
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Similarly, "Calamity" James Wa of The Order was a track and baseball star throughout high school and into his college years, due to his phenomenal running speed. He was even on the cover of Sports Illustrated, referred to as "the boy most likely to succeed." Not long after, he lost his legs in a car accident.
The Order also included Milo Fields, a former soldier who was shot through the spine after becoming an anti-war protester, and Daniel Michael Murray, a former warrant officer who was paralyzed in the same attack that led to Tony Stark becoming Iron Man.
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RWBY: Maria Calavera was a famously skilled Huntress in her youth, but retired after losing both her eyes in a fight. The thing is, it wasn't the loss of her eyes itself that made her retire (Remnant has pretty advanced cybernetics), but the emotional trauma she went through, especially fear that someone would realize she was a Silver Eyed warrior again, and finish the job this time. In her old age, she considers herself a coward and failure for giving up on the Huntress life instead of fulfilling her responsibilities.
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In Hawaii Five-0, Kono was on track to a professional surfing career before she injured her knee and had to switch to police work.
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1.0
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Varsity Blues had its main plot kick off with one of these, with the star Quarterback suffering a knee injury in this form. It's later revealed that he'd sustained a lot of knee injuries, but Coach Klimer had talked him out of getting it treated by a doctor and instead gave him shots of painkillers so he could continue playing.
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Subverted in Endings. Itsuki wanted to be a singer prior to becoming mute. She still ends up making music thanks to programs such as Vocaloid.
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Joe Dawson in Highlander was a high school football star who got drafted to Vietnam and had his legs blown off.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_39c20861
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1.0
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 Highlander
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In The Man Who Could Cheat Death, surgeon Professor Weiss has suffered a stroke that paralyzes his right hand. The infirmity means that he cannot perform the operation that Bonnet requires, and he attempts to press Dr. Gerard into operating instead.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_3b02ede7
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Ōban Star-Racers: Rick Thunderbolt, the original Earth team pilot, is seriously injured in his first race, leaving him with a nervous system that freezes up at inopportune moments. After some episodes moping about it, he eventually agrees to help train Molly as his replacement.
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Subverted on Raines. Charlie is Raines' former partner on the police force whose career ended when he was hit in a shootout. Afterward, he discusses the cases Raines works and his tendency to converse with hallucinations of the murder victims. At the end of the first episode, it's revealed that Charlie actually died in the shootout and is now another of Raines' hallucinations.
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In Happy Gilmore, "Chubbs" Peterson was a pro league golfer before a crocodile bit his hand off.
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1.0
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 Happy Gilmore
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In Run with the Wind, the skilled runner Haiji is still suffering a knee injury which he got from high school (implied to have been caused by the intense training and improper maintenance). The injury is frequently in the way of his activities with the Kansei University track team, who are working hard in hopes of running at the prestigious Hakone Ekiden. The team successfully qualifies and Haiji is able to run there thanks to painkillers and sheer will—however, the physical strains are too much for his leg and after completing his race at Hakone he's no longer able to run. In the epilogue he's noted to have a slight limp on his injured leg, suggesting not even walking normally is something he can do anymore.
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The Dresden Files: Michael Carpenter, Knight of the Cross, is terribly injured in the climax of Small Favor, spends a couple of years recovering and ends up crippled, forcing him to stop fighting evil. Interestingly, this is viewed as the best ending of his career, as Knights that dedicated usually retire in coffins, while Michael can spend the rest of his life with his loving family who won't now be worried for him every time he goes on a mission.
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In Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops this is given as the backstory for Lieutenant Cunningham of FOX, a CIA sponsored black ops organization, as he used to be a soldier during Vietnam but suffered an injury to his leg that required it to be amputated thus ending his career. During the story, he expresses resentment towards the CIA for giving him a desk job after his injury when he used to be a distinguished warrior. A common theme in the overall story of the Metal Gear games is that soldiers are mistreated by their governments, Cunningham being downsized is viewed as another example of this ideal.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_4329184f
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Career-Ending Injury
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Ballistic of Cyberforce was the ace pitcher of her state champion high school baseball team (yes, playing with and against boys). She was likely bound for the big leagues until an abusive boyfriend left her with a paralyzed throwing arm.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_43b7414e
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Though he didn't make a career out of it, the protagonist of Missing Stars used to love being active and hiking. However, an accident left him unable to use one of his legs. There's no physical problem with it. Erik's post-traumatic stress causes psychosomatic numbness and pain in his leg. He transferred to a boarding school for teens with mental illnesses in order to improve his mental health.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_46bfa67f
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An arc in Elementary revolves around Sherlock attempting to avert this. After being diagnosed with Post-concussion syndrome, his health starts taking a turn for the worse. He worries that he'll lose his ability to be a detective, which would subsequently leave him losing his reason for sobriety. The rest of the arc deals with his health issues and his attempts to avoid his illness becoming this trope.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_4737c653
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In Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, Baron Frankenstein has suffered burns to hands which render him incapable of performing delicate surgery. When a talented young surgeon (and fan of the Baron's work) is committed to asylum alongside him, Frankenstein recruits him as a protege and uses him as a proxy set of hands for surgery.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_4751247f
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Lightning Dust gets one in chapter 3 of A Kingdom Divided, after she gets shot by an AA gun and goes through a life-saving Meatgrinder Surgery in a field hospital.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_482af690
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St. Elsewhere: In "Brand New Bag", Warren Coolidge mentions that his chances of playing basketball in the NBA ended when he hurt his knee. He subsequently dropped out of Carver High School, which he attended in The White Shadow, and became an orderly.
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Tiger & Bunny: Superpowers in this series are like muscles; practice using them and you gain stronger powers, but overtax them and they'll burn themselves out faster, or even permanently break.
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The Twilight Zone (1985): In "Extra Innings", Ed Hamner was a pitcher for the Detriot Tigers until he severely injured his left knee during a game, giving him a permanent limp.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_53a0bd8b
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1.0
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 The Twilight Zone (1985)
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Littlest Pet Shop (2012): In "Lotsa Luck" Mrs. Twombly ended her career in "kung-fu quilting" when she pulled a tendon in her foot after winning a tournament.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_54291151
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1.0
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 Littlest Pet Shop (2012)
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Career-Ending Injury
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The Color of Distance: Late in Through Alien Eyes, Ukatonen takes a horrible blow to the head. Even when he's healed, the centuries of skill he's gained in healing and transformation are badly damaged and he can no longer control and soothe those he's linking with, or keep them out.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_5450d6cb
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 The Color of Distance
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Career-Ending Injury
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In The Flight Engineer trilogy Commander Peter Raeder, a fighter pilot, had to be retrained as an engineering duty officer (chief fighter mechanic, specifically) after losing a hand in battle. Later in the series, an improved prosthesis gives him the dexterity to fly Speeds again and he's cleared to fly in emergencies.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_548cf63
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Slashers: Devon sustained a concussion during his military service that meant he could never box again. This is what drives him to enter the Slashers programme.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_54e5c43
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1.0
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ViVid Strike!: It's mentioned in passing that Jill's career as a competitive fighter ended because of an unspecified injury she suffered in training.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_55d81244
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1.0
 Career-Ending Injury / int_55d81244
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Career-Ending Injury / int_55d81244
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Career-Ending Injury
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Double-subverted with Cinderpelt in The Fire Has Burnt Out. She's capable of being a warrior even with her twisted leg, but she chooses the path of a medicine cat due to bonding with Yellowfang.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_568b388d
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Career-Ending Injury
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In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, all guards share a pool of random sentences, which any of them can say. One of those is the page quote, making it sound like this is the backstory for every single guard. An alternate line spoken by a Stormcloak soldier is that he took a sword to the chest which forced an end to his adventuring career. Parodied in the Dragonborn DLC, where a Khajiit NPC will mention he also used to be an adventurer...until he found a ball of yarn.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_5908ee91
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Career-Ending Injury
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Anna Yoshizaka of Persona 2 was a star track athlete before being injured in a hit and run. She's depressed as a result, and in Innocent Sin, makes a wish to Joker to heal her legs. She subsequently joins the Masked Circle as an executive.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_59215319
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1.0
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Career-Ending Injury / int_59215319
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Career-Ending Injury
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Persona 3's Kazuchi Miyamoto is a sports team member who is seriously risking losing the ability to walk in order to train and win a competition so that he can convince his nephew, who was crippled in an accident, to undergo rehab. Eventually, he quits the team to recuperate.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_5921531a
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The Four Horsemen Universe: The Winged Hussars have a Tortantula-Flatar pair, Oort and Jeejee, among their Space Marines. Jeejee explains to Hussars Commander Alexis Cromwell that Oort lost part of a leg on a contract. It's not crippling (they have eight of them) but no Tortantula merc unit will hire a maimed one (probably because Tortantulas are Explosive Breeders and there's, therefore, no market pressure). Jeejee ran across her on a station afterward and kept her from getting into the wrong prize-fighting ring; they joined the Hussars later.
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Degrassi
Katie injures her knee right before a university soccer tryout and despite being a star player, has to drop her dreams of being an athlete.
Jimmy Brooks was shot in the lower back and paralyzed in a school shooting, forcing him to use a wheelchair for the rest of his life and ending any chances of a basketball career. One Degrassi mini showed that had Jimmy never been shot, he would have received a scholarship for playing basketball.
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1.0
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This is revealed as the back story reason for why Jack Krauser faked his death and defected to Wesker's side in Resident Evil The Dark Side Chronicles. Krauser used to be a special ops soldier who worked alongside Leon but during the course of the mission, a viral entity crippled his arm. Krauser eventually sought out Wesker, who provided a way to heal his arm; out of gratitude, Krauser turned to serve Wesker as his special agent and even got a shapeshifting arm blade/shield out of the deal.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_5fe09cbb
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1.0
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 Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles (Video Game)
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Career-Ending Injury / int_5fe09cbb
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Career-Ending Injury
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In Harmonic Feedback, Naomi's dad used to work in construction until he fell and injured his back. With no way of getting another job, he took to drinking and started neglecting his kids.
 Career-Ending Injury / int_61cd34df
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1.0
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In Equestria Girls: Dinosapien, Maia Search's gymnastics career was ended when she broke her leg. Although it healed, she still walks with a limp, so she becomes a camp counselor instead.
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The Scavengers: As a slave, Polie was a heavyweight boxing champion until his lung was punctured by a broken rib. After that he was transferred to the far more brutal life of a field slave.
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In EVA Sessions: Someplace Vast and Dry, Misato is critically wounded while serving in a JSSDF anti-Other and peacekeeping operation in Indonesia, and because she now requires artificial organs to live, she is no longer fit for front-line duty. Gendo arranges for her to instead transfer to NERV as Operations Director, her canonical role in the original series.
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Hugtto! Pretty Cure:
Homare used to be an up-and-coming figure skater with a lot of potential, but a failed jump resulted in an injury that ended her career. Her injury has since healed, but she's still traumatized by it and has distanced herself from anything to do with figure skating. After becoming Cure Étoile, she returns to skating and eventually gets a gold medal in her comeback performance.
Henri's leg condition is foreshadowed to end his career as an ice skater. Ultimately Zig-Zagged when his leg is broken due to an unrelated car accident. Then he gets a Disability-Negating Superpower and performs one final skating performance. However the superpower doesn't last and he is seen in a wheelchair after that.
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In Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield, in addition to deaths being final like in previous games, characters who are Incapacitated are also permanently out of action.
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Bruce from Batman Beyond gives up crime fighting due to a heart condition. On its own, it probably wouldn't mean much, but the circumstances caused him to point a gun at someone.
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The Order also included Milo Fields, a former soldier who was shot through the spine after becoming an anti-war protester, and Daniel Michael Murray, a former warrant officer who was paralyzed in the same attack that led to Tony Stark becoming Iron Man.
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Joe's knee injury in Bend It Like Beckham, which was caused by his father pushing him too hard.
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One of the possible responses from the mess officer on board the Brotherhood of Steel airship Prydwen in Fallout 4 is that he used to be a field scribe until a Deathclaw broke his femur. Averted with Proctor Ingram, who lost her legs, but continues to serve as chief engineer with the assistance of a modified power armor frame.
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The First Law: Less a single injury and more a collection of them, Sand dan Glokta, colonel of the King's Own, victor of the Contest, and renowned swordsman, saw a harsh end to his military career when he was captured during a heroic charge against the Gurkish. After two years of constant torture, he was released in a prisoner exchange but reduced to a broken cripple. He joined the Inquisition soon after that.
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Berserk:
Guts' foster father has to retire as an active mercenary after a messy leg injury.
Averted for Guts himself — one would think that losing a hand would end the career of a fighter who specialises in two-handed weapons, but he is stubborn enough to learn to handle the sword using a prosthetic hand. (A magnet in the hand helps him maintain the grip.)
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CLANNAD:
One of the major reasons for the rift between Tomoya and his father is the fact that after an argument between them turned physical, Tomoya suffered an injury that leaves him unable to lift his right arm higher than his shoulder. This left him unable to play basketball effectively, one of his greatest hobbies. Tomoya's father appears to be deeply remorseful about this, but has no clue how to try to approach his son afterward.
Kappei is introduced as a guy that loves running. Though he isn't on an actual team, running brings him the greatest enjoyment out of life. Late in his route, however, he learns that he has cancer in his leg and it has to be amputated. This leaves him in a deep depression, bad enough that he looks to be contemplating suicide, and trying to find a way to snap him out of it forms the crux of the route's climax.
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In Mass Effect 3, Thane Krios's terminal illness known as Kepral's Syndrome finally reaches a point where Thane can no longer reliably perform his job as an assassin. However, this doesn't stop him from intervening to save the salarian Councilor when Kai Leng and Cerberus attack, though the disease does slow him down to the point that Kai Leng is able to mortally wound him.
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A Dog's Purpose:
Ethan had to retire from his promising football career after an injury caused by jumping out of his bedroom window during a fire.
Ellie was a search-and-rescue dog. During one rescue, she got acid on her nose which killed her sense of smell. She couldn't smell more than a few feet in front of her and thus she was retired.
Jakob was Ellie's first handler. He retired after he was hit with a gunshot during a rescue.
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The Ranch: Colt hasn't quite given up on football, but three concussions, a bad shoulder, and possibly a bad knee have killed his shot at the NFL.
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The Essex Serpent: Luke Garrett is a talented doctor and surgeon (one-in-a-generation talented), with dreams and big plans for heart surgeries. He's attacked by a guy who previously stabbed his patient, and his hand gets injured. He will never be able to operate again. He actually manages to work in medicine: he's the brain behind many new treatments and surgeries while his close friend George Spencer operates.
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Quincy Jones was forced to quit playing the trumpet after suffering a aneurysm. The doctors had to implant a steel plate which they feared could come loose if he were to play again. He has since turned to producing music.
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Shuu in Castle Town Dandelion. Back in his childhood he wanted to be a soccer player — a dream forever denied to him after he broke his right leg trying to save Akane from Kanade's crumbling castle 12 years ago. He's not exactly a cripple, but in the anime he apparently can't run for any distance and has to rely on his Royalty Superpower, Transporter.
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ACTUALLY HAPPENED: In My Mom Entered My Room Without Knocking. Sorry, Mom..., the gymnast falls off a roof and hurts her spine. She's forced to quit gymnastics and turns to curling instead.
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In the Frozen (2013) fanfic Becoming Free, Freya ends up Taking the Bullet for Elsa, which causes her to have to quit her job working with horses. In order to keep her around, Elsa ends up making Freya into her personal guard.
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Gintama: Sakamoto was once a swordsman as skillful as his comrades in the Joui War but has switched to guns in the present. That's because he was busy carrying an injured enemy to safety during the war when somebody —who turns out to be eventual antagonist Batou— attacked him from behind and cut right through his dominant hand, leaving it unfit to ever wield a sword again.
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The protagonist of Can't See Can't Hear But Love is a webtoon artist who is forced to quit after he becomes blind due to exertion.
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Subverted with Pizzazz from Jem and the Holograms. She is the lead singer of a metal band. In one issue she gets into a car accident, which breaks her larynx. She's left out-of-work for several issues and the band gets up temporarily replacing her. Ultimately, however, Pizazz recovers. Their replacement, Blaze, ends up permanently joining the band.
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In A Dog's Purpose, Ethan has to end his football career after his leg is broken.
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Doubt Academy: White uses the threat of this as its second motive. Monobear tells the students that unless a murder occurs within a week, he'll randomly select one of the students and cripple them in a way that'll ruin their SHSL Talent.
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In his route of In Your Arms Tonight, promising ceramics artist Soji Higayashima has his right hand severely injured in a car accident. The damage is bad enough to impair the mobility of his hand, making him unable to continue in his art. His epilogue suggests that with physical therapy he will recover enough to resume his work.
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At the beginning of Shaolin Soccer the man who will become the coach to our heroes is a jerkass soccer superstar until the teammate he's been lording it over hires people to cripple the star.
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Tornface from Little Fires received his re-name after he fell out of a tree and tore half of his face. Eventually, the injury came back to haunt him when he began going blind early. He had to retire from being a warrior because of his blindness.
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When the manga H2 begins, baseball players Hiro & Noda both believe they've suffered such injuries. Hiro to his arm, Noda to his back. They soon discover, though, that their supposedly great doctor was unlicensed and they are, in fact, perfectly healthy.
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It happens a few times on M*A*S*H:
In one episode, a football player has to have his leg amputated. Feeling angry and bitter about it, he contemplates suicide, thinking that playing football was the only thing that he was any good at. But as he and Radar reminisce about a tough game he played, he remembers the importance of not giving up, so he leaves with the resolve to at least try.
In another episode, a concert pianist loses dexterity in his hand. Unlike the football player, he doesn't hold it against his doctor but is still left with a lot of self-loathing and the belief that his gift of music is gone. Major Winchester helps him through it by giving him some sheet music for the left hand only. The man claims that he can't make a career out of those pieces and Winchester is aware of it, but he does this act to show him that, regardless of his physical ability, he still has his gift and encourages him to find other ways to share it with the world. "You and the piano will always be as one."
In another episode, an army helicopter pilot is revealed to have diabetes. He kept it a secret for this long by scrounging his own insulin and watching what he consumes. He doesn't want to lose his career as an army pilot, but since it's inevitable when his disease is exposed, he accepts this graciously by the end of the episode and, from what he says, appears at least willing to accept a desk job.
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Monk was able to manage his OCD until his wife's death caused a breakdown that made the condition much worse. This ends his career as a police officer.
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Lily Stevens in Road House was training to be an opera singer, but her voice gave out and she lost most of the power in it. She now sings in a low, almost whisper-like way.
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From the Persona series:
Anna Yoshizaka of Persona 2 was a star track athlete before being injured in a hit and run. She's depressed as a result, and in Innocent Sin, makes a wish to Joker to heal her legs. She subsequently joins the Masked Circle as an executive.
Persona 3's Kazuchi Miyamoto is a sports team member who is seriously risking losing the ability to walk in order to train and win a competition so that he can convince his nephew, who was crippled in an accident, to undergo rehab. Eventually, he quits the team to recuperate.
Ryuji Sakamoto, one of the party members from Persona 5, has this as his backstory. He was forced to quit the track team after an Evil Teacher subjected him to Training from Hell, goaded him into attacking him, and broke one of his legs so that the track team could receive less funding than the volleyball team; while he can still walk and run it's not on the same level as he used to. This is one of the reasons he becomes a party member - to get revenge on the teacher.
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The titular character of Doctor Strange (2016) crashed his car at the beginning of the film, leading to nerve damage that caused his hands to shake uncontrollably. Strange was a neurosurgeon before the crash, meaning it was impossible for him to continue working without putting every single one of his patients at enormous risk. It is pointed out that he could still have a long and fulfilling career as a doctor and would be an invaluable resource as a consultant for other neurosurgeons. However, for Strange, medicine holds no interest if he cannot be a surgeon so he wrecks his life looking for a cure for his condition.
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Johnny Tremain: The title character burns his hand early in the story, meaning he can't be a silversmith.
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Red Sparrow: Dominika is let go from the Bolshoi Ballet after breaking her leg on stage, and turns to her uncle in the SVR to keep the state paying for her apartment and her mother's medical care. Her uncle also informs her that the danseur she was paired with in the performance caused the injury deliberately because he's sleeping with Dominika's understudy; Dominika breaks into the ballet during practice, catches them together in the ladies' shower, and beats them both senseless with her cane.
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Sebastian in The Greatest Show on Earth ends his career as a trapeze artist from performing a dangerous trick.
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In NFL SuperPro, Phil Grayfield dreamed of becoming a professional football player before wrecking his knee in an accident.
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In Mordheim: City of the Damned, much like the Mordheim tabletop game, troops can suffer permanent debilitating injuries and it's usually best to retire your gravely-injured fighters and replace them with "intact" raw recruits unless they're highly experienced or you're just really attached to them. Having a grizzled old Handicapped Badass Sister Superior with a peg leg, gouged eye, mutilated hand and a permanently crazed look on her face from that skull fracture, beating Skaven to death with a giant flail is certainly cool, but her multiple wounds will affect her combat performance considerably, plus she won't be able to climb walls.
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On SEAL Team this is a highly likely possibility for all the SEAL characters. They perform extremely dangerous missions and put their bodies through extreme stress.
Danny had to retire after barely surviving a bomb blast and is still in a lot of pain.
Ray injured his shoulder and lied about going to see a doctor because it could get him pulled from a mission and cost him his combat hazard pay. When someone dies because of the lie, Ray is horribly guilt-ridden but fears that if he comes clean, it will end his career in the Navy.
Jason sustains a nasty hit on the head which has him disoriented and hallucinating. He lies about the symptoms to his doctor because he does not want to be taken off the team. When he returns home, the injury flares up again and he has a nasty episode in a restaurant that puts his future as team leader and SEAL in question.
A major storyline in late season 2 involves Clay surviving an IED blast, but suffering severe shrapnel wounds that leave him with nerve damage in his right leg. He initially shuts down and refuses to even talk to his very worried team after doctors tell him his career may be over. At season's end, it's still up in the air whether Clay will ever be able to return to being a SEAL.
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Such real-life injuries happen often in Professional Wrestling: "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Ted DiBiase, Edge, Darren Drozdov, Hayabusa, and Yoshihiro Takayama are just some, and then there are the injuries that weren't only career-ending, but life-ending.
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My Hero Academia:
The First-Episode Twist is that All Might suffered a major injury fighting a certain villain in the past, leaving him severely weakened. He chooses the main character, Izuku, as the recipient of his Bequeathed Power, though he remains active in order to help train him. He's finally forced to retire after another fight with All For One leaves him unable to use his powers for more than a few seconds at a time.
Also happens to Iida's brother Tensei, who's left paralyzed from the waist down after an encounter with Stain the Hero Killer. It's noted that many other Pro Heroes suffered the same fate.
Almost happens to Izuku: being unused to One For All's full power, attempting to use 100% of his quirk causes serious injuries to his limbs. On one occasion when fighting Muscular, he not only breaks his arms but uses 1,000,000% power on one of his broken arms. He is warned that if he continues to use his power so recklessly, he could potentially completely lose the use of his arms, thus forcing Izuku to rethink his fighting style.
Another hero plays with the trope: after Ragdoll of the Wild Wild Pussycats team got her Quirk stolen, her career as an active hero went up in smoke. However, when the team made their return, Ragdoll became a Mission Control a la Oracle, still helping her teammates as much as she can.
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Dragon Ball Super: Renso was forced to retire from being a Captain of Planet Sadal's Defense Squad when he injured his leg.
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McQueen himself would end up in a similar crash in Cars 3, forcing him out of the sport for some time. While he does seek to make a comeback, he ultimately decides on Passing the Torch and becomes a coach for the next generation of racers.
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Jimmy Dugan, in A League of Their Own, has his record-setting baseball career cut short when he wrecks his knee. The bitterness is sharpened by the fact that the injury wasn't even in-game, but rather happened when he was falling-down drunk and set fire to his own hotel room, hurting himself in the escape:
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Star Trek: The Original Series: The episode "The Menagerie" (largely concieved as a way to use the footage from the unaired original pilot) begins with Spock learning that his former Captain, Christopher Pike, has been severely injured by a radiation leak. While no one could bring themselves to formally revoke his commission, he's clearly not capable of actually performing his duties (or doing much of anything else, for that matter).
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A Song of Ice and Fire:
Bran gets pushed out of a window and is paralyzed from the waist down, destroying any possibility of his ever being a knight which was his dream and a very suitable calling for a younger son of a feudal lord.
Willas Tyrell, the heir to Highgarden, was a promising knight until his leg got crushed in a tournament.
Jaime Lannister, also known as the best swordsman in Westeros loses his sword-hand, and so far has made little progress at learning to fight left-handed.
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The Judge: Hank's older brother Glen used to play baseball before a car crash ended his career.
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Doctor Strange: Stephen Strange was a gifted surgeon who lost the dexterity in his hands in a car accident. His quest for a cure eventually led him to the Ancient One, who taught him the mystic arts.
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The Bible lists several types of injuries that disqualify kohenim (Jewish priests) from performing the sacrificial service. Some are temporary, though, and even those under the ban can eat the holy sacrifices.
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This trope is used in The Fairly OddParents The Bronze Kneecap explains that tripping over the Crimson Chin's titular facial feature was what caused him to injure his knee and ended his career. He subsequently smelts all of his bronze trophies and makes them into his villain costume. Timmy views this as a major overreaction and the Bronze Kneecap responds that the Crimson Chin never even said he was sorry.
It should also be noted that Timmy unwittingly did the same thing to Mr. Bickles during the episode and manages to evade such extreme repercussions by apologizing and effectively Talking the Monster to Death. (Although Timmy didn't actually injure Mr. Bickles. He just put on a better magic act and consequently drove him out of business.) It's hard to feel sorry for him given that he's basically a spoof of the Wide-Eyed Idealist who has a new "Dream" every single solitary episode. The fact that Timmy ruined one out of countless and merely by being better at it makes Mr. Bickles seem like a stupid selfish baby.
This trope is played with for yet another episode. In this one, Timmy cannot sing his part for Mr. Bickles' play because he needs his tonsils taken out. That doesn't stop him from trying to sing anyway. Unfortimately, Mr. Bickles doesnt take it well when Timmy fails due to his aching throat, causing him to drop to his knees and whine about his so-called dream being ruined. This time someone else's career is "ended" by someone else's illness.
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Gattaca: the guy whose DNA the protagonist is using used to be an athlete until an undisclosed incident confined him to a wheelchair. The incident was that he was bred (DNA-wise) as a champion athlete and only achieved a silver medal in the Olympics. He tried to commit suicide and only succeeded in paralyzing himself.
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Shotglass, the bartender from the first Wing Commander game, used to be a pilot before he got shot up so bad he couldn't fly. Serving drinks is his way of continuing to do his bit.
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Eva from Magnetic Rose was an opera star who lost her voice at the peak of her career. This left her a Broken Bird and ultimately a White-Dwarf Starlet.
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In Detective School Q, an Elegant Classical Musician lost her fingers to frostbite when she was caught in a cruel trap coming from her fellow classmates. (They all trained under the same violin teacher and former classical music star.) With her career in tatters, the woman died of suicide out of despair — and her boyfriend killed the others, both as revenge and to make sure that their master's prized Stradivarius violin would not go to the ones who caused his beloved's death.
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In Forrest Gump, Lieutenant Dan has to leave the army after losing his legs in Vietnam. He had an ancestor die in "every single American war" and believed the same was supposed to happen to him, so being left alive but unable to fight turns him into an alcoholic mess for a long time.
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In the initial timeline of Back to the Future Part II, a car accident ends Marty's rock career before it even took off the ground.
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Coach in Left 4 Dead 2 used to be a pro in football and was well on his way in joining the big leagues. He suffered a knee injury that forced him to retire from the sport and became a high school health education teacher instead. Even with the injury, the Zombie Apocalypse doesn't slow him down from kicking some zombie ass.
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Million Dollar Baby has a very heart-wrenching one of these near the end of the movie. A nasty cheap shot from behind results in Maggie's neck being broken when she lands on a corner stool, resulting in her being paralyzed from the neck down. As boxing was her passion and her life and she will never be able to fight again, Maggie wants to die, and her mentor ultimately makes the decision to give her an assisted suicide.
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AC/DC:
Lead singer Brian Johnson retired from touring in 2016, with the official reason for his departure being hearing problems that made it unsafe for him to continue performing with the band. Johnson himself, however, claims that his hearing problems were not caused by performing, but from neglecting to wear ear protection during a car race, and that the other members of the band blew his injuries out of proportion to justify forcing him out.
Co-founder Malcolm Young was forced to retire when he was diagnosed with early-onset dementia. He died sometime later.
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Downplayed in Safe Havens: after multiple injuries to it over the years, the ligaments of Dave's left knee completely snapped during his final college game (while scoring the championship-winning point, no less). While he was still able to play basketball, that knee injury basically killed any chance he had of playing in the NBA, thanks to the demanding schedule being too strenuous on his knee. He eventually made a career playing for an Italian basketball team (with a much less demanding schedule), leading them to several championships and winning gold in the 2016 Summer Olympics on Team USA's men's basketball team.
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In Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Agron gets captured by the Romans and crucified. He survives and is rescued, but the damage to his arms prevents him from gripping a sword ever again. He manages to participate in the final battle by having blades strapped to his arm and shield, but he retires from being a warrior afterward.
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In Firestorm (1998), Wynt has his legs badly broken when a trailer flips on him during a Heroic Fire Rescue. The breaks mean he can no longer parachute jump, which forces him to retire as a smokejumper.
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Logan Lucky: Jim Logan was high school football star on his way to a pro career when he blew his knee out during the biggest game of his senior year: another example of the so-called 'Logan Curse'. At the start of the film, he is working as a bobcat driver for a mining company.
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Kiira in Flesh and Bone is forced to end her ballet career because of a stress fracture to the ankle.
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In The Hand, cartoonist Jon Lansdale loses his right hand in a freak car accident. Although all he wants to do is draw, his doctor tells him the prosthetic will never have the fine control to allow him to do that.
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In Henry & Verlin, Mabel was a prostitute until she lost her leg, after which most of her clients lost interest in her.
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In Tiger House, Kelly's promising career as a gymnast is ended when her boyfriend Mark accidentally shoots her in the leg with a crossbow.
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Space: Above and Beyond has Lieutenant Colonel T.C. McQueen, who was an elite fighter pilot before he suffered a debilitating head injury in combat. He has enough experience to warrant making him a squadron commander, acting in the role of Mission Control for his young pilots.
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In Hercules: The Animated Series Achilles survived that arrow to the heel but became a washed-up has-been hero afterward.
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Early on in The Man Who Brought the Dodgers Back to Brooklyn, Daniel "Squat" Malone is poised for a promising career with the LA Dodgers' farm team in Montreal in 1958 and is predicted to become the aging Roy Campanella's replacement as catcher. That comes to an end one icy evening in Ann Arbor, Michigan, while visiting his best friend Bobby Hanes in college; while playing catch with Bobby in the street, a car hits Squat and mangles his legs, requiring one to be amputated, and effectively ends his life as a baseball player.
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After Octavia develops arthritis in her hooves in Claro de Luna, she's forced to switch from being a cellist to being a composer.
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In the pilot for Friday Night Lights Jason is paralyzed in an injury ending his planned career as a football player.
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Body Bags: In "Eye", Brent is baseball relief hitter who loses his right eye in a car accident. With no depth perception, he can no longer bat at a professional level. He agrees to the experimental eye transplant surgery in an attempt to save his career.
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Corey Graves' in-ring career was cut short due to concussions. By no means, however, was he done with wrestling, as he would later make his debut at NXT Takeover: R-Evolution as a ringside commentator.
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Gerd in Blassreiter was a racing champion who got half-paralyzed. And then ditched by his girlfriend. And then agreed to try "experimental healing".
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Rainbow Dash in the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fanfic Asylum wanted to be a Wonderbolt, like in the main canon, however, a childhood brain injury left her a weak flier. Her career ended before it even began.
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In Justice Society of America, Citizen Steel had hoped to become a professional football player, but suffered a severe leg injury that caused his leg to be amputated below the knee. Eventually, comic-book stuff enabled him to grow a new, unbreakable leg (and nearly unbreakable body), although it still doesn't help him go back to playing football since he's now too heavy to run.
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Soloist Kathryn Morgan of the New York City Ballet was five years into a very promising career (she was on the fast track to becoming a principal ballerina with the company) when she was hit by Hashimoto's thyroiditis, which unfortunately put an end to her time with the company. She has since made a name for herself as a YouTube dance guru, and after seven years away, subverted the trope when she joined the incredibly well-respected Miami City Ballet as a soloist in 2019.
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Future GPX Cyber Formula:
Almost happens to Hayato and Randoll in the ZERO arc when they suffered serious injuries in a crash at the British GP. They got better and they return to racing (although Randoll takes longer to come back than Hayato).
In Bootsvorz's backstory, a nasty crash at a test drive resulted in losing his left eye and arm, but he returned to racing after gaining a new arm and eye.
Johji Ohtomo quits CF racing after a crash at the German GP that was indirectly caused by Hayato's Super Asurada 01 crashing into Ohtomo's car and he suffers serious injuries as a result.
A racer named John Cleab has his racing career ended in a car accident, but it happened outside the race track. And to make it worse, he didn’t disclose his accident to the press because he was worried about the young girl’s future (he was trying to avoid her from getting hit as she was catching her ball).
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In the original Gaiking series, the main hero Sanshiro Tsuwabuki was a baseball star until his hands were injured, forcing him out of the game. It turns out his wounds came from a murder attempt by the enemy forces, who were taking out all the prospective candidates to be Gaiking's pilot one by one; as the Sole Survivor of the group, he got lucky enough to be recruited by Gaiking's creator.
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In Robin Johnny Warren flips out yelling that he's ruined and can't continue his work anymore when his refusal to listen to Robin's warning about what he just did to Johnny's gun causes him to blow his own hand up. Since his work is torturing and killing people Robin's not too upset, and unfortunately, Johnny doesn't stay out of work for long since he gains superpowers soon after.
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JAG:
The series is centered on a Naval Aviator named Harmon Rabb, Jr. He was a carrier fighter pilot, following in his father's footsteps until he crashed his plane in a night landing on an aircraft carrier due to an undiagnosed vision problem. In order to stay in the Navy, he went to law school and became a judge advocate (military lawyer).
In Rabb's case, this gets subverted by the beginning of Season 5, where surgery to correct his problem allowed him to resume a career as a fighter pilot. However, he leaves once again for the judge advocate branch because he is going to continually get passed over for squadron command by other aviators who've had longer uninterrupted careers.
Also at the end of season 7, Bud Roberts steps on a landmine in Afghanistan and has to struggle throughout the next two seasons to remain in the Navy.
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Jeff Becerra, frontman of Possessed, was shot and left paralyzed in a botched robbery in 1989. Ultimately subverted in that while he can no longer play the bass, he still performs lead vocals.
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Ultimately subverted by Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath. On his last day of work in a sheet metal shop, he accidentally cut off the tips of the middle and ring fingers on his right hand. He thought his music career was over until his supervisor played him a record by jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, who only had two fingers on his fret hand. This inspired Tony to continue in music. He made prosthetic tips for the two fingers he lost, then down-tuned his guitar a full step to make it easier to bend the strings. This gave Black Sabbath their signature sound.
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Rideback: Rin gives up being a ballerina due to physical (and mental) injuries caused by a fall.
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An episode of the revived Fantasy Island had a former high school nerd express his desire to trade places with a football jock from his school, hoping for a glorious career in pro football and ending up with a popular girl. Mr. Roarke obliges. He then does a Time Skip to a high school reunion, where the guys find out that his new life didn't turn out this way. During one of his first games, he receives an injury that permanently ends his career. He does end up with the girl, but they live in a trailer. He works at a department store and, apparently had trouble performing in bed. In the end, he opts to go back to his life, and he then makes it his personal mission to send the jock to college.
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The Rookie (2002) (which is Based on a True Story) is about a baseball player trying to come back after a supposed one of these. He made it to the major leagues... then suffered the same injury again, over ten years after the initial injury.
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In Blind Justice, the protagonist is a police officer who is blinded due to an injury he sustains in the line of duty. This would normally end his career but he manages to subvert the trope by suing the police department to get his job back.
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Jack O'Lantern: At 14, Sarada is blinded on a mission. She couldn't be a ninja anymore so she was forced to live as a civilian. She ends up getting a job as an evening DJ for a radio station.
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In The Hands of Orlac, concert pianist Paul Orlac's hands are irreparably damaged in a train wreck. This leads to him receiving a hand transplant from an executed murderer, and to him gradually coming to believe that he possesses Evil Hands.
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In Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva, one of the competitors is a famous British football player who fears that his recent injury will become one of these, which is why he's after the secret to eternal life.
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Happens several times in Warrior Cats. For the most part, the cat is already considerably old when it happens:
Stonepelt retires early due to a shoulder injury that didn't heal properly.
Longtail retires early when he goes blind from infected scratched eyes he received while rabbit hunting.
The most notable example in the series, though, is Cinderpelt, whose hind leg was permanently damaged when she was hit by a car when she was only an apprentice. She dreamed of being a warrior but decided to serve her Clan as a medicine cat after it became clear her leg would never heal. She is later reincarnated and is able to become a warrior as Cinderheart.
Briarlight, whose spine was broken when a tree fell on her just before she was about to receive her warrior name. Though she survived, her paralyzed hindlegs made her unable to fight or even move around much, so she just helped out around the camp, especially in the medicine cat's den.
Subverted with Brightheart. She was mauled by a dog, leaving her missing one eye. Others try to get her go to retire. Brightheart, however, ends up becoming a warrior despite her partial blindness.
Petalfall had to retire from being a deputy due to epilepsy.
Lilywhisker was forced to retire to the elder's den after a tunnel collapse broke her spine and left her unable to use her back legs.
Halftail retired early because he couldn't keep balance after most of his tail was lost to a badger.
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Hajime no Ippo
Nekota was forced to give up boxing after an illegal punch from his opponent resulted in permanent mid-brain damage and punch-drunk syndrome, although he experienced the symptoms of the latter before the fight (it was from a fight with his friendly rival Kamogawa).
Kamogawa himself ended up going through this as well, after subjecting himself to Training from Hell that went far beyond his physical capabilities.
Happens more than once in the case of fighters with "glass jaws", like Miyata's father, Nekota and Kamogawa's friend Dankichi Hama and Ryuuichi Hayami. It's also a potential problem for Miyata, who's implied to have inherited his father's "glass jaw".
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Dead Island: The back story for Logan, an ex-football star, involves an injury that was career-ending in more ways than one. He was in a street-racing accident that not only badly injured his leg, but caused a massive scandal.
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An infamous plane crash in 1975 killed its pilot, a man named Joseph Farkas, and also ended the careers of professional wrestlers Johnny Valentine and Bob Bruggers. Future legend Ric Flair was also badly injured in the crash, but was able to continue his career after fixing his broken back. Bruggers could have made a comeback, but decided to simply retire instead. "Mr. Wrestling" Tim Woods was injured as well, but made a comeback, and actually returned to the ring two weeks after the crash despite being in horrible pain, just to dispel the rumors that he had been on the plane, as he was a Face and Flair, Valentine and Bruggers were heels, and it would have hurt kayfabe for them to have travelled together.
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Immortal guitarist and lyricist Demonaz Doom Occulta was forced to abandon the former role because of severe tendinitis in his arms, though he is still considered an active member by the band. Demonaz eventually was able to return to playing guitar with the band, and took over lead vocals from Abbath after his departure.
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In Diggstown, Caine finds out that the once-great boxer Charles Macom Diggs (for whom the titular town is named), was poisoned by Gillon when Diggs refused to throw a fight. The poison and the resulting injuries from the fight paralyze Diggs for life. He manages to move his hand slightly during Roy's climactic fight, giving Roy strength to continue.
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In Battleborn, El Dragón's arms being ripped off were speculated to be going to be one according to his audio lore challenge. Due to the CWF's prohibition on cybernetically-augmented organics in competition, he was forced into retirement against his will immediately after his match with ISIC, while his injuries were still fresh and being interviewed by a reporter indifferent to the actual seriousness of the matter instead of being treated. Fortunately, though, he was able to eventually squeeze back to the top.
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In The Right Stuff this is a constant fear of the astronauts.
Alan Shepard has an undiagnosed condition inner ear condition that causes him to temporary lose balance and hearing. It should disqualify him from the astronaut program and probably from flying at all. However, it is intermittent and he is able to hide it from NASA till after his historic mission as the first American in space.
Chris Kraft badly burned his hand as a child. When he applied for flight training, the damage was deemed to extensive and he was rejected.
Subverted with Deke Slayton who lost a ring finger in a farm accident as a child. That finger is deemed non-essential for a pilot and he was accepted for pilot training. He was later diagnosed with heart arrhythmia but it was not deemed serious to ground him. It was then double-subverted when NASA changes its mind and grounds him due to the arrhythmia after all.
John Glenn is about to be retired from test flying because he is getting too old and his reflexes are not as good as they used to be.
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Bluefur's Choice: Lionheart retired very early due to a shoulder injury he received in battle.
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Manga author Daisuke Ashihara succumbed to a form of juvenile arthritis that rendered it incredibly painful for him to draw, such that his series, World Trigger, had to be put on indefinite hiatus on November 2016. This overlaps with a subverted but also downplayed example of Dream-Crushing Handicap, as he had this arthritis from the moment he started his career, and it did hurt for him to draw right from the start, but it didn't become debilitating until later. In late October 2018, he managed to avert this trope, with him recovering enough to continue drawing World Trigger, and with the series moving to a monthly magazine so as not to stress his bones so much.
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In Captain Tsubasa, this is the reason why Roberto Hongo left soccer. During one of his best matches, he was accidentally elbowed to the head and near his eyes; the brain and optical never damage he sustained severely limited his eyesight, so he had to retire from soccer. He was this close to cross the Despair Event Horizon and be Driven to Suicide, but Tsubasa and his family helped him through and, in a few years, he built a new and very successful career as a soccer coach.
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In The Animatrix short "World Record", a sprint runner almost exits the Matrix during the record-breaking sprint but is pulled back inside, where his mind decides he has run past his body capacities and breaks said body. He is left in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. But because he knows the truth, with enough effort he can push himself past those limitations. It's left ambiguous how much he can really do.
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Cars: Lightning McQueen discovers that Doc Hudson was actually the Fabulous Hudson Hornet, a legendary racecar. Doc ultimately explains that the only reason he "quit" racing was that he suffered a major crash during a race. By the time he could race again, the racing industry merely brushed him off without a second thought.
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Mick Foley whose major injuries and surgeries over the span of his career have effectively retired his from active competition.
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Rurouni Kenshin, being a series about sword-fighting, has several examples, as well as aversions:
Discussed with Yuutaro, the second student of the revived Kamiya Kasshin School, who ends up in the way of one of Raijuta's air-slicing attacks that severs the tendons in his sword-arm. While Kaoru and Yahiko mourn the loss of their promising junior, Yuutaro himself declares that if he can't use his right hand anymore, he'll use his left instead...and his rich dad is willing to send him to doctors in Germany to try and repair his right arm anyway. A brief glance at the dojo's wall in the Distant Finale shows Yuutaro listed as a junior instructor.
The Meiji government tried to invoke this on Makoto Shishio, Kenshin's successor as Manslayer because they feared his ambition. They jumped him at night, knocked him out, and burned him alive. That certainly ended his old career. Unfortunately for the government, it just made Shishio angry…
At the beginning of the "Jinchuu" arc, a flashback shows that near the end of the civil war, Kenshin fought a massive samurai working for the Shogunate and cut off his sword hand. When the samurai demanded Kenshin kill him because of this, Kenshin refused. The samurai did not take the mercy well, and carried a grudge for years.
In the finale, Kenshin's career as a swordsman is brought to an end because his fragile build couldn't keep up with the demands of his sword style, resulting in irreparable damage to his muscle tissue. He's just fine with this, however, since he's brought closure to his past and wishes to settle down with Kaoru.
Anime-only example: In the first episode, Gohei Hiruma was a former student at the Kamiya Kasshin dojo who harassed and was overly violent towards the other students. In retaliation, Kaoru's father shattered Gohei's right thumb, specifically mentioning this trope as the reason. It doesn't take, as Gohei learns to fight left-handed – which is what clues Kenshin into having Kaoru check her father's old records. During their fight, Kenshin shatters the knuckles on Gohei's left hand, ensuring that he can never hold a sword again.
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In the Sherlock Holmes story A Study in Scarlet, Watson has returned to England after having been shot in Afghanistan. This sets him up to meet the world's only consulting detective... and the rest is history.
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Spider-Man: Curt Connors was a battlefield surgeon with the US Army before losing his right arm to an explosion, which led to him becoming a scientist trying to regenerate his arm and eventually turning into the Lizard.
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Kick Buttowski's mother Honey Splash ended her career as a speedboat stuntster because she tore her tendencious ligamental flexor. Kick encourages her to try again years later, but the injury flares up at a plot-appropriate moment.
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One episode of Forever has Henry trying to determine who kidnapped a prima ballerina and cut off her foot ending her career. He ultimately determines that she arranged for herself to be kidnapped and mutilated, having learned that she had a disease that would have forced her to retire in a year or two anyway.
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Tony Micelli of Who's the Boss? was a professional baseball player before a shoulder injury.
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In RimWorld, characters can survive a headshot, but if they take damage to the brain, that usually spells the end of their time as a useful member of the colony, as brain damage both severely affects their ability to do anything and is impossible to heal. Only Luciferium can get them back in order, and even then due to lethal addiction issues and limited availability they'll be Living on Borrowed Time.
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In the Mission: Impossible two-parter "The Contender", Barney impersonates an up-and-coming boxer who had to give up fighting after being sent to Vietnam and wrecking his hands rescuing a man from a burning plane, claiming that he had recovered from said injury and was ready to return to boxing. At the end of the second episode, Barney wins the championship and then switches places with the man he impersonated, who tells the press that he suffered another major injury to his hands during the match and would have to retire again.
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William Regal has had accumulated injuries and has had major surgeries and eventually had to retire from the ring.
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Frasier's dad Martin's bullet to the hip ended his police career.
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Hank from the Midnight Caller episode "Twelve Gauge" used to work in construction. After becoming paralyzed from the waist down in an accident, he feels he has nothing left to live for.
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Dragonriders of Pern:
Subverted by Menolly, who injures her hand cleaning fish, and her own mother deliberately stitches her palm up wrong, crippling her hand so she can barely perform routine household tasks (making her even more despised), let alone play any instrument. Her voice and ability to compose are unharmed, however, and after being taken to the Harperhall, she goes through a great deal of physical therapy to help recover from her injury. She eventually reaches the rank of Master in her Craft.
Played straight in The Skies of Pern when F'lessan and bronze Golanth are badly injured by wildcats, which puts an end to their life of fighting Thread, but they find new meaning in studying astronomy and helping the other dragons and riders discover a new purpose in protecting the skies from other interstellar debris.
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Dr. Terror's House of Horrors: In the "Disembodied Hand" segment, Eric Landor is run over by critic Franklyn Marsh. His injuries result in the amputation of his right hand, destroying his career as an artist. Falling into a deep despair, Landor is eventually Driven to Suicide.
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Megalo Box: Yuri is shown after the Time Skip to be wheelchair-bound and retired as a result of his final match.
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In Blue Reflection, Hinako was a promising ballet dancer, but she got into a car accident that injured her knee bad enough that she cannot perform jumps well anymore. When Yuzu and Lime want Hinako to become a Reflector, she only agrees once they tell her that a wish of hers will be fulfilled in return.
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Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann had been a competitive swimmer in his youth and even qualified for participating in the 1980 Olympics. A stomach injury (and a falling out with the coaches) had put the brakes on that. It's entirely possible that if his swimming career hadn't been cut short, Rammstein may not have formed at all.
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Unearth drummer Nick Pierce narrowly subverted this after sustaining a back injury sometime after joining the band. He left the injury, a slipped disc, only partially treated for several years, and the disc began to calcify and push up against his spine, eventually piercing it and causing it to leak fluid. This led to his leg atrophying to the point that it was beginning to noticeably wither, which eventually forced him to pull off the band's 2016 Fury Tour after playing with excruciating back and leg pain for the first three and a half weeks of the tour. Back surgery to more fully correct the injury wasn't initially as effective as hoped, and he spent the rest of the year on the sidelines working to recover while the band toured with a fill-in.note Wovenwar and As I Lay Dying drummer Jordan Mancino He was ultimately able to recover and rejoined the band for a mini-tour at the beginning of 2017.
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Cobra Kai: The climax of Season 2, a bloodbath between Rival Dojos in the halls of West Valley High, sees Robby kicking Miguel over the top balcony and sending him onto the staircase two floors down.
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Former Suffocation guitarist Doug Cerrito will almost certainly never be involved in music again due to crippling arthritis.
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