Take My Hand


Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. You can download and read online Take My Hand file PDF Book only if you are registered here. And also you can download or read online all Book PDF file that related with Take My Hand book. Happy reading Take My Hand Bookeveryone. Download file Free Book PDF Take My Hand at Complete PDF Library. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. Here is The CompletePDF Book Library. It's free to register here to get Book file PDF Take My Hand Pocket Guide.


General Enquiries

Precious Lord, take my hand Lead me on, let me stand I am tired, I am weak, I am worn Through the storm, through the night Lead me on to the light….

"Take My Hand (The Wedding Song)" lyrics

Of course, it is a famous hymn, and in its rawness and directness, a perfect product of its tragic occasion. He later spoke of how spontaneously the hymn had come to him: he simply started to sing its words. Somehow, on hearing those very words within my soul likely in the voice of Mahalia Jackson, who rendered them so movingly at Dr. I sensed this chiefly because that full-tilt world had abruptly slowed down.

Indeed, things now seemed to transpire as if in cinematic slow motion. This was not, perhaps, the greatest instance of grace in my life. That surely occurred when, many years back, I found myself in abiding recovery from alcoholism. I had tried and tried to get away from alcohol and in some measure drugs and never succeeded for any length of time. Then some power greater than my puny little will mercifully intervened. Those of us who have found sobriety by way of twelve-step programs frequently recite the so-called Serenity Prayer, attributed to Reinhold Niebuhr: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.

In many ways, these two prayers—one sung, the other recited—voice the same plea for comfort and resolve. To be sure, as with so many similar moments of clarity, I will forget them for stretches of the time left to me, suppressing that sense of calm and deliberation in favor of whatever idle ends I cling to even in professional retirement.

Supergirl Rebirth provides an example where a bad guy does this. Supergirl is feeling lonely and insolated after her cousin's death. Cyborg Superman shows up and declares that he can take her to Argo City , and she only needs to take his hand. In Superman vs. Doubly subverted in X-Force. X, having been infected by the last sample of the Legacy Virus, attempts to leap into a vat of molten steel to destroy it. Elixer grabs her at the last second and, despite her threat to sever his arm, managed to use his healing powers in conjunction with her regeneration to burn it out of her system completely Booster Gold teleports into the self-destructing Reach Commander's ship to get Jaime to safety.

Jaime protests against leaving the Commander to die and begs him to take Jaime's hand. The Commander simply falls to his knees whispering " Done very well in Infinite Crisis. The Brother Eye satellite is falling to Earth, with Batman still inside. Brother Eye: You cannot trust them. You can never trust them after all they have done. Teri : "Enough said Give me your hand. I'll bring you back to the real world. When he takes his little girl's hand, a warm feeling spreads all over his body Basil is holding out Olivia while leaning over the edge of Big Ben.

She strains to reach her father's hand, but ultimately can't reach him. It's only when Ratigan knocks them off the edge that her father is finally able to grab his daughter and save her from plunging over. In Beauty and the Beast , the Beast tries to save Gaston this way. He falls to his Disney Villain Death , however. Aladdin : Aladdin to Jasmine. A fall was only implied the first time, and it was when she trusts him that they jump off safely.

Film—Live Action.

Take My Hand by Missouri Vaun

Patrick, the guy who is trying to save her, tells her to let go of the grate so he can save her. At first Velma refuses, thinking that he is the Villain of the Week , but he tells to her listen to her heart deeper and trust him. Then, she goes with him and is rescued. They do this, and variations of this, about a dozen times in In The Matrix , Neo jumps from a chopper to grab Morpheus as he jumps out of a skyscraper window.

He doesn't try to pull him up, however as he is dangling on a rope attached to the chopper himself at that moment , but maintains the hand-grip until they are above another roof. It appears in the book as well: "Up you come, Sam my lad! Two-Face : " Noble. Stupid, but noble. Kirk : I kick have had kick enough of you! In " The Borders of Infinity " by Lois McMaster Bujold , protagonist Miles Vorkosigan tries — and fails — to grab a soldier's hand as she's falling out of a combat shuttle, after lifting off from a war zone, and she falls a mile to her death. He feels guilty for years.

However, in a later book, Komarr , there's an in-universe deconstruction: he's shopping with a female friend, she slips off a ledge above a muddy pond, and he does grab her wrist, panting "Never again! At that moment, he realizes that had he not missed his grab all those years ago, he would also have fallen to his death. The friend realises that if Miles had made the grab he would certainly have died, because he could not have let her go.

In Isle of the Dead the hero's resurrected best friend tries to save the hero's resurrected wife this way. He fails, for the same reasons and in the same way Miles would have. Oddly enough, played realistically in Enid Blyton 's Malory Towers series. A skinny nonathletic schoolgirl, in fact, cannot rescue her friend dangling off a cliff, and they just barely hang on to each other until help arrives. Discworld : The Light Fantastic sees Rincewind dangling helplessly off the top of a tower; Twoflower grabs his hand but is unable to actually pull him up. But he does manage to irritate Rincewind sufficiently to get him to hang on until help arrives.

Unfortunately, the dwarf at the bottom of the chain is also holding a huge sack of gold in his other hand, and does not want to let go In William King's Warhammer 40, novel Space Wolf , when the aspirants are climbing a mountain and Ragnor starts to slip, Kjel comes to help him like this. It also inspires Ragnor to get a grip, because he is afraid he might drag Kjel down if he falls.

Normally, a Space Marine would have no difficulty with an Imperial Guardsmen, but Uriel's grip and footing are not secure, and he fears he will have to let him go. Fortunately, Sergeant Ellard grabs Uriel; for an Imperial Guardsman, he is strong, and is able to pull him back enough to get a better grip. In James Swallow 's Warhammer 40, Red Fury , while they are fighting the Bloodfiends, Seth is knocked so that he is falling in a pit. Shouting " Brother! A signal moment in overcoming Seth's bitterness and becoming Fire-Forged Friends. Mercedes Lackey 's Dragon Jousters series had Kiron trying to save Ari - his dragon puts her head under him so Ari slides down her neck to Kiron, but Ari slid wrong and Kiron's hand slipped.

When he does fall a third dragon jouster catches him and this time he doesn't fall. Inspiring Think Nothing of It from Tsu'gan. In Splinter of the Mind's Eye , Leia falls into a pit and Luke, hauling her out, has to brace against a stalagmite. As he heaves her up and out the stalagmite breaks, and then she gets him out of the same pit, leading to one of the novel's many, many moments of unwitting Incest Subtext. Elrod's Ravenloft prequel, I, Strahd , the still-living Strahd invokes this trope to save his vassal and friend, Alek, who's been knocked off a cliff in a skirmish.

His companion's armor is so heavy that he can't pull him up, and Alek threatens to jab Strahd's wrist with a dagger and make him let go before they're both dragged over the edge. They're spotted before that can happen, though Happens in Queste , where the Toll-Man throws Septimus into the Abyss and gets rescued by Jenna, despite telling her not to do so to avoid pulling her over as well.

It fails when Tyrion wonders, at the last second, why he is offering his left hand instead of his right. The Heroes of Olympus : At the end of Mark of Athena, Nico tries this for a second with Percy and Annabeth before realizing how futile the effort is: he's a sixteen year old boy without any help around trying to pull two older teenagers up from a cliffside, and Percy is holding Annabeth's wrist with one hand and holding onto the cliff with the other.

Averted when Annabeth is dragged into Tartarus in the first place as Percy grabs onto her before she falls. Ben and Annileen, who's learned a lot about the Tusken Raiders, pull her back up. She needs a bit of convincing not to let go. Live-Action TV. In Smallville , Clark does this all the time, but Chloe does a highly symbolic one to Clark in "Collateral" when she is trying to save him from a virtual reality. But Furio's retaliation rips open the surface of Mirinoi, and Mike falls into a suddenly-opened chasm.

His hot-headed teenage stowaway brother, Leo, tries to rescue him, reaching down his hand and demanding Mike take it —but Mike insists that Leo take the Saber instead. Leo does so, and Mike falls into the black abyss before it closes, leaving Leo to literally take up his sword. Later a half-form of this trope is shown with the falling character Karone's hand being caught AFTER she has fallen half-way down a cliff by Kendrix, a ghost - illogical on so many levels, but it does justify the effortless back-on-top-of-the-cliff-you-go super-strength since ghosts can do anything hence the flying.

In Power Rangers Operation Overdrive , Mack has one of these moments with Will, teaching Will an important life lesson about learning to rely on others. We can imagine this particular aesop going badly astray if Will had remembered that Mack is superhumanly strong and could have lifted Will easily. The only reasonable conclusion is that Mack was making it hard and endangering Will's life just to teach him a lesson.

Or that the writers forgot, which, frankly, is a lot more likely. It was a straight version of a subversion in the GoGo Sentai Boukenger episode the Stock Footage came from, where Red threw Black off a cliff to Lava below, offering to pull him up if and only if he would rejoin the team as he had just tried to take the treasure and run, claiming he never intended to join them for real.

For some reason, Disney felt the need to dilute this a bit before showing it to young children. Poor role model, or something. And it was a vital plot point for this as it develops Masumi as The Lancer of the team as he butts heads with Satoru and his descent to darkness and out again. Batman tries to save her but she refuses to let go of the bag of treasure she's holding , and ends up plummeting into the abyss.

She appears in a later episode, so she survived the fall either that, or she used up one of her nine lives. The Riddler's henchwoman Molly ends up hanging above the Bat Cave's nuclear reactor. Batman tries to rescue her but she falls to a radioactive doom. The woman is knocked on the ground and starts sliding towards a cliff. Tasha yells Take My Hand and starts moving towards the woman, trying to grab her.

The woman slips too fast for Tasha to catch her. The Doctor offers him his hand, and the Master deliberately lets himself be sucked into the Eye and be killed so he is Deader Than Dead again. It doesn't stick of course. At the end of Season 4 of the revived series, the Doctor attempts to save Davros this way too; we're not sure how it would work given Davros is in a heavy wheelchair and was trapped on the other side of room filled with burning debris.

Thankfully Davros refuses the offer making the whole thing academic. So that is him absolutely Deader than Deader than Dead too. No, really. In the season 5 finale of Lost , Sawyer grabs Juliet before she can be pulled into an extremely deep shaft. In the fifth episode of season 1, Locke does this to Jack when he wanders off of a cliff looking for his dead father.

In the Australian series Police Rescue , a corrupt police officer is dangling off the edge of a building. His partner-in-crime tries to haul him up and gets yanked off the building to his death. Whereupon the protagonist, a trained rescue officer, does it properly by lying down on the roof and pulling him up with both arms. Kamen Rider Kiva plays this a little differently in the finale. When Wataru and his brother Taiga take on a revived King, King knocks Wataru off a cliff, and as he falls, he grabs onto This reminds Wataru of his father, giving him a confidence boost that lets him return to the fight and defeat King alongside Taiga.

Barely clinging to the edge, he was weighed down by the armor plate built into his body. West literally said, "Take my hand," and the villain replied that under other circumstances he would be happy to do so. Then he deliberately let go of the edge, slipped underwater, and drowned. In this case, it's because joining hands would activate an innate protection spell and drive away the Witch possessing Az.

An odd variation occurs in Battlestar Galactica. It's not a cliff but a burning Raptor in which Baltar is stuck. Crashdown is urging him to reach for his hand over the fires before the Raptor blows up. What Baltar sees, however, is Head-Six who calmly says "Gaius, take my hand". In the Misfits series 1 finale, Simon tries to save Nathan even though they disliked each other intensely and had just had a big argument by catching his hand as he falls from the community centre roof.

Unfortunately, he can't maintain his grip and Nathan falls to his death. Still, he comes Back from the Dead so it's not a total loss! In the Xena: Warrior Princess episode "Altared States," the villain who wants to persuade his religious father that he has to sacrifice his other son Icus - a name that surely can't be a nod to Isaac is dangling above a deep ravine. Xena actually says "Take my hand," but he, in turn, says "Let God's will be done" and allows himself to fall to his death.

In The City Hunter , Yun Sung does this twice, first rescuing his father from an elevator death trap, and later saving his love interest after she's been thrown off a balcony by the man she was protecting. Try carrying out this trope after one of your hands have been hacked off.

If you miss the hand that's being held out, you fall to your death because you can't hold on with the other hand. In the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Flashback," Tuvok dreams about himself trying this to save a girl from a Literal Cliffhanger —and failing. When he mind-melds with Janeway, she has the same dream. Turns out it's being caused by a virus that's given many other people the same dream. Used in the Agents of S. A variation in the Shadowhunters episode "Of Men and Angels". When Magnus is running out of strength to continue healing Luke, he asks Alec for help.

Alec replies by holding out his hand and telling him to take his strength, whatever he needs to keep going. The singer is assuring the girl in question that, no matter how bad things get, all she has to do is reach out, because I'll be there to love and comfort you. A fiendish example appears in Devil's Dare , where the Devil offers his hand to the player to lead him into a Fire and Brimstone Hell. In Dawn of a New Age: Oldport Blues , Sebastian tries to save Amy from the empowering smoke by grabbing her hand while the smoke wraps around her other one. Ciro does the same with Benedict when his lower body is being dragged into the fog.

Both succeed, though only temporarily. Video Games. In Fahrenheit Indigo Prophecy , Lucas finds himself hanging on the outer side of his balcony after the showdown with flying furnishings in his apartment. When Marcus arrives, the player has to complete a minigame for him to pull Lucas up. However, Ziggy appears just in time to save the day. Geese just smiles and pushes out of Terry's grip, letting himself fall to his death. Final Fantasy : At the end of Final Fantasy VI , as the heroes escape from Kefka's crumbling headquarters , Celes drops Locke's bandana, an item of tremendous sentimental value to her.

She hurries back to retrieve it, and as she does, the ground gives way underneath her. Locke himself or Setzer, if you didn't re-recruit Locke in the game's second half rushes to her rescue. In the ending of Final Fantasy VII , Cloud has a vision in which he's taking Aerith's hand, but the scene then shifts back to reality and he sees Tifa reaching out for him, only for the ledge beneath her to give way and for him to have to catch her and grab onto the platform.

See a Problem?

Happens several times in Crisis Core : after Angeal saves Zack from a monster in Wutai when the latter gets reckless, then Cloud reaches out to Zack as he goes to confront the Shinra army outside of Midgar , and at the very end, when Zack dies and takes the hand of Angeal's spirit as he returns to the Lifestream. Final Fantasy X features a variation: when the S. Liki is attacked by Sin en route to Kilika , Tidus grabs a nearby rope-rail with one hand, and Yuna's hand with the other They're unable to pull her up at first, and thus spend a few moments struggling to hold onto her while complaining to their overly chatty Mission Control to shut up and petulantly pronouncing the predicament an especially "disasteriffic" one before finally managing to pull her up and fill in Brother on what was happening.

The Riddler's henchwoman Molly ends up hanging above the Bat Cave's nuclear reactor. Batman tries to rescue her but she falls to a radioactive doom. The woman is knocked on the ground and starts sliding towards a cliff. Tasha yells Take My Hand and starts moving towards the woman, trying to grab her. The woman slips too fast for Tasha to catch her. The Doctor offers him his hand, and the Master deliberately lets himself be sucked into the Eye and be killed so he is Deader Than Dead again. It doesn't stick of course. At the end of Season 4 of the revived series, the Doctor attempts to save Davros this way too; we're not sure how it would work given Davros is in a heavy wheelchair and was trapped on the other side of room filled with burning debris.

Thankfully Davros refuses the offer making the whole thing academic. So that is him absolutely Deader than Deader than Dead too. No, really. In the season 5 finale of Lost , Sawyer grabs Juliet before she can be pulled into an extremely deep shaft. In the fifth episode of season 1, Locke does this to Jack when he wanders off of a cliff looking for his dead father. In the Australian series Police Rescue , a corrupt police officer is dangling off the edge of a building. His partner-in-crime tries to haul him up and gets yanked off the building to his death.

Whereupon the protagonist, a trained rescue officer, does it properly by lying down on the roof and pulling him up with both arms. Kamen Rider Kiva plays this a little differently in the finale. When Wataru and his brother Taiga take on a revived King, King knocks Wataru off a cliff, and as he falls, he grabs onto This reminds Wataru of his father, giving him a confidence boost that lets him return to the fight and defeat King alongside Taiga. Barely clinging to the edge, he was weighed down by the armor plate built into his body.

West literally said, "Take my hand," and the villain replied that under other circumstances he would be happy to do so. Then he deliberately let go of the edge, slipped underwater, and drowned. In this case, it's because joining hands would activate an innate protection spell and drive away the Witch possessing Az. An odd variation occurs in Battlestar Galactica. It's not a cliff but a burning Raptor in which Baltar is stuck. Crashdown is urging him to reach for his hand over the fires before the Raptor blows up. What Baltar sees, however, is Head-Six who calmly says "Gaius, take my hand".

In the Misfits series 1 finale, Simon tries to save Nathan even though they disliked each other intensely and had just had a big argument by catching his hand as he falls from the community centre roof. Unfortunately, he can't maintain his grip and Nathan falls to his death. Still, he comes Back from the Dead so it's not a total loss! In the Xena: Warrior Princess episode "Altared States," the villain who wants to persuade his religious father that he has to sacrifice his other son Icus - a name that surely can't be a nod to Isaac is dangling above a deep ravine. Xena actually says "Take my hand," but he, in turn, says "Let God's will be done" and allows himself to fall to his death.

In The City Hunter , Yun Sung does this twice, first rescuing his father from an elevator death trap, and later saving his love interest after she's been thrown off a balcony by the man she was protecting. Try carrying out this trope after one of your hands have been hacked off. If you miss the hand that's being held out, you fall to your death because you can't hold on with the other hand. In the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Flashback," Tuvok dreams about himself trying this to save a girl from a Literal Cliffhanger —and failing.

When he mind-melds with Janeway, she has the same dream. Turns out it's being caused by a virus that's given many other people the same dream. Used in the Agents of S. A variation in the Shadowhunters episode "Of Men and Angels". When Magnus is running out of strength to continue healing Luke, he asks Alec for help.

Alec replies by holding out his hand and telling him to take his strength, whatever he needs to keep going. The singer is assuring the girl in question that, no matter how bad things get, all she has to do is reach out, because I'll be there to love and comfort you. A fiendish example appears in Devil's Dare , where the Devil offers his hand to the player to lead him into a Fire and Brimstone Hell. In Dawn of a New Age: Oldport Blues , Sebastian tries to save Amy from the empowering smoke by grabbing her hand while the smoke wraps around her other one.

Ciro does the same with Benedict when his lower body is being dragged into the fog. Both succeed, though only temporarily.


  • Nos. 7 & 8: Limoges / Catacombs / Cum Mortuis!
  • Take My Hand EP?
  • The Power of Forgiveness: Releasing Gods Power.
  • {{{name}}}.
  • Take My Hand Precious Lord | Booth Brothers?

Video Games. In Fahrenheit Indigo Prophecy , Lucas finds himself hanging on the outer side of his balcony after the showdown with flying furnishings in his apartment. When Marcus arrives, the player has to complete a minigame for him to pull Lucas up. However, Ziggy appears just in time to save the day.

Geese just smiles and pushes out of Terry's grip, letting himself fall to his death. Final Fantasy : At the end of Final Fantasy VI , as the heroes escape from Kefka's crumbling headquarters , Celes drops Locke's bandana, an item of tremendous sentimental value to her. She hurries back to retrieve it, and as she does, the ground gives way underneath her. Locke himself or Setzer, if you didn't re-recruit Locke in the game's second half rushes to her rescue.

In the ending of Final Fantasy VII , Cloud has a vision in which he's taking Aerith's hand, but the scene then shifts back to reality and he sees Tifa reaching out for him, only for the ledge beneath her to give way and for him to have to catch her and grab onto the platform. Happens several times in Crisis Core : after Angeal saves Zack from a monster in Wutai when the latter gets reckless, then Cloud reaches out to Zack as he goes to confront the Shinra army outside of Midgar , and at the very end, when Zack dies and takes the hand of Angeal's spirit as he returns to the Lifestream.

Final Fantasy X features a variation: when the S. Liki is attacked by Sin en route to Kilika , Tidus grabs a nearby rope-rail with one hand, and Yuna's hand with the other They're unable to pull her up at first, and thus spend a few moments struggling to hold onto her while complaining to their overly chatty Mission Control to shut up and petulantly pronouncing the predicament an especially "disasteriffic" one before finally managing to pull her up and fill in Brother on what was happening.

Virgil is depressed and chooses to stay in the devil world "where the battle took place". He allows himself to fall off the top of the waterfall where they fought. Dante attempts this trope, but is cut by Virgil's blade one last time as his brother falls into oblivion. Which can lead to some intense moments that embody this trope. She's forced to let go. In Kingdom Hearts , the opening is basically one prolonged Take My Hand moment, from the opening theme which alludes to it to the actual moment when Riku is taken by darkness. The ending to the first game, as well, when Sora reaches after Kairi as they're seperated while the worlds return.

In the first the Big Bad Bill falls to his death, the protagonist, her father and a ghost all fail to catch him. In addition, if you get the "good" ending by find all of the clues to the D's death he appears in the game as a ghost only the protagonist can see he will recall that his last memory was of his uncle who he was fleeing from after seeing him shoot his violent alcoholic father trying to catch him as he fell it's left open whether or not he actually managed to catch him and D may or may not have died from a heart attack anyway after he was rescued though.

The arcade shooter Confidential Mission has your character holding your companion's hand over a speeding train. You must tap the Start button at full speed to get pulled back on the roof. Time Hollow for the DS opts for the 'hand slips out of glove' route at the end of chapter 5. Also an attempted Save the Villain. In the first scenes of the games, the Player Character either the Shrinking Violet Tsugumi in Sanroku no Mystic or the Shorttank Ayaka in Umibe no Secret has to take the hand of two of her prospect love interests Momoshiro and Kaidoh, for Tsugumi; Dabide and Saeki, for Ayaka to get out of a room in a sinking boat that's about to become a Drowning Pit.

In Sanroku , if some events are met, Tsugumi and Sanada will be like this, with Sanada using a hand to grab on a cliff's border and holding on an understandably panicked Tsugumi with the other. Sanada will actually lift Tsugumi over the cliff with a single hand to get her out of trouble, then get out of danger's way by himself. Potentially justified because Sanada does have an impressive physical might that borders on Super Strength in canon. In Metroid Prime 3: Corruption , Samus gets rescued in this fashion by Rundas during the opening area. As she and Meta-Ridley tumble down the ventilation shaft, she delivers the final blow to him But the problem is, she's still falling down the shaft.

Never fear!


  • le temps nefface pas toutes les blessures (French Edition).
  • Wal-Marts Marketing Strategy.
  • Come Take My Hand.
  • Annwyns Blood (The Paladin of Shadow Chronicles Book 1).
  • Egyptian Mummies, A Very Peculiar History.
  • Bob Tells All (Books Beyond Words).
  • Navigation menu.

Gliding on ice , Rundas appears, and snatches her by her hand as Ridley falls away beneath them. Befitting his grumpy personality, he tells her she owes him one. Unfotunately, due to Phazon poisoning, the best she can do is a Mercy Kill. A cutscene in Uncharted: Drake's Fortune shows Nate and Elena crossing a rickety old bridge, when naturally the bridge gives way beneath Elena precisely as Nate warns her about watching her step. She nearly falls to her death, but Nathan grabs onto her wrist just in time.

However, her other hand is grasping her beloved video camera, and Nathan must urge her to give her his other hand, because he can't hold on for much longer.

After a moment of hesitation on Elena's part, she let's her camera drop to the waters and wreckage below, and Nate is able to pull her back up to safety once she grasps onto him with her other hand. Nate does this again to his brother Sam in the sequel A Thief's End when Sam is about to fall off the side of a building during a prison escape.

Take My Hand

Unlike with Elena, however, he fails when Sam gets shot in the back causing him to fall to his presumed death. Fortunately, it turns out he survived and got out of prison years later to find his brother. This happens in the opening cinematic of Left 4 Dead , although with the person needing rescue Zoey asking the rescuer Francis to help her up.

Makes a bit more sense than some examples, given that Francis gets a firmer grip than most examples and probably is strong enough to lift up Zoey. One of the final cutscenes in Resident Evil 5 involves Chris doing this for Sheva as she falls out the back end of a jet bomber. Being a quicktime event, he can either succeed or fail at grabbing her hand in time. The first regular level of Call of Duty 4 ends this way with Capt. Price saving Soap from falling out of a helicopter. In the sequel, Soap himself does this trick at least twice to Roach, the new PC: first time, during the snowmobile mission , he succeeds, the second time, in the Brazil mission , he doesn't.

May indicate that he is still not one the same level of badass as Price. Mass Effect 2. After defeating the Final Boss , the structure begins to collapse and one of your party members goes sliding towards oblivion, until Shepard saves them with a Take My Hand they can still die under falling debris a moment later. Shortly thereafter, this also happens to Shepard, too While on the Geth Dreadnought in Mass Effect 3 , after Tali and the other squad member get off of an elevator, two geth rocket troopers fire rockets at the elevator making it start to collapse, while Shepard is still on it.

The clone chooses to fall, having just been abandoned by their only ally while the real Shepard was saved by their friends. Wheatley: AAAH! LET GO! And you are NOT coming back! Wheatley: Oh no! In American Barbarian , getting Rick off the cliff. Elliot promptly imagines having Damien in a Take My Hand Save the Villain situation and allowing him to fall to his death, then replies "I wouldn't be too sure about that. Monica and Amanda try to haul Shelly back up onto a platform in a strip of Wapsi Square.

They drop her. The Order of the Stick : Elan saves his Evil Twin Nale from falling off a cliff, despite Nale literally stabbing him in the back moments beforehand. Much later, Elan goes through this again, this time with his own father. Elan, knowing that Tarquin can survive the fall and has a planet-sized ego, simply tells him that he isn't the real Big Bad and thus not worth the effort. Durkon's mother does this in a flashback scene — despite having only one arm. Another flashback reveals that she lost her other arm under similar circumstances, having refused to let go of her husband as he was being killed by a cave-in.

Seen in the final installment of the Enigmatis trilogy, when the detective has to climb the cliffs to the monastery. Her last few steps are especially tricky, but a friendly hand appears to stop her from falling. Web Original. Happens in season two of I'm a Marvel In Freeman's Mind , Gordon Freeman sees a scientist dangling from a ledge and tells him to "give me your hand". The scientist immediately plummets to his death, and Gordon yells " No, your other hand, you idiot! Western Animation. Subverted in the series Aladdin , in the "Black Sand" episode, when Aladdin's enemy Mozenrath ends up dangling from a ledge of the Sultan's palace after a pitched battle.

Aladdin reaches out to him , saying "Take my hand! Subverted in the first season finale of Avatar: The Last Airbender and played straight in the third. In the first, Zhao is about to get killed by an angry ocean spirit, and Zuko, after some inner debate, reaches out to him and says "take my hand! Zhao reaches forward, but changes his mind halfway there, too proud to accept help from Zuko.

The ocean spirit then kills him. In the second, Sokka and Toph are dangling from an airship. Sokka's leg is broken, and he's lying across a jutting part of the blimp, gripping Toph's hand tightly. They have a handslip moment. Just when it seemed like they wouldn't make it Toph actually started to cry , Suki rescued them. A version of this is used during the first season when Sokka is taken by Hei Bai. In the first episode of Beast Wars , Dinobot does this for Optimus when the latter slips and nearly falls off of the bridge during their fight.

This trope is combined with Redemption Equals Death in an episode of Cybersix : the villain falls off a bridge and when Cybersix grabs her hand, the villain lets go intentionally Aquaman reaches out and grabs his trident, which Orm had stolen, with the words "I believe this is mine," and lets him fall to his death.

You really shouldn't have attempted to assassinate your baby nephew, Orm. Done again in the Unlimited episode Divided We Fall when Shayera reaches into the Speedforce that Flash has just vanished into and yells at him to take her hand before they yank him out. Note: he doesn't. Made all the more significant by the fact that this act concluded two story arcs at once: that of Shayera's repatriation into the League after the events of the JL finale "Starcrossed" and that of Lex Luthor 's "destiny" to kill Wally, which started back in "A Better World" and was repeatedly referenced during the Cadmus Arc.

The Mighty Mightor episode "Battle of the Mightors". Tor to L'il Roc after he falls off a cliff and lands on a branch. This happens in Once Upon a Forest when Abigail is hanging off of the wing of their flying machine and the formerly cowardly Edgar has to climb onto the wing and save her.

Take My Hand Take My Hand
Take My Hand Take My Hand
Take My Hand Take My Hand
Take My Hand Take My Hand
Take My Hand Take My Hand
Take My Hand Take My Hand

Related Take My Hand



Copyright 2019 - All Right Reserved