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But, the rest of you, you're still going to end up destroyed.

Is "end up" an idiomatic verb and "destroyed" its complement in the sentence above?

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anonymousIs "end up" an idiomatic verb

I suppose you could say that. It is a phrasal verb.

anonymous"destroyed" its complement in the sentence above?

Yes. "end up" acts like a linking verb (e.g., 'be').

Compare: going to end up destroyed; going to be destroyed

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