History BodyHorror / WebOriginal

10th Sep '17 6:37:00 PM Aiguille
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* Of a sort, in the ''Night Vale Presents'' podcast, ''Podcast/WithinTheWires''. [[spoiler: A hollow between the lower left rib and left hip of the Institute patient addressed by the narrator is supposedly occupied by a mechanical creature with "many legs". "Dozens" of legs, in fact, which sometimes poke around in her intestines. It also collects her memories.]]

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* Of In Season 1 of ''Podcast/WithinTheWires'', TheNarrator uses an autogenic exercise to reveal and explain hidden, standard-issue {{Cybernetic|sEatYourSoul}} implants to a sort, in the ''Night Vale Presents'' podcast, ''Podcast/WithinTheWires''. [[spoiler: research hospital patient. A hollow between the patient's lower left rib and left hip of the Institute patient addressed by the narrator is supposedly occupied by a mechanical creature with "many legs". "Dozens" of legs, in fact, which sometimes poke around in her intestines. It also collects her memories.their memories. Later the Narrator explains replacement devices typically issued to patients of the Extensive Studies Lab, and elaborates on the surgical wounds incurred in gory, explicit detail. [[spoiler: The "creature" was a black box that monitored the patient's vitals, now replaced with a transmitter used to track the patient should they try to escape.]]
10th Jun '17 1:27:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''WhateleyUniverse''. Horror author Michael Waite is dying of cancer. Oh no, that's just what the doctors think. It's much worse than that. After he 'dies', he wakes up in the morgue. For starters, he vomits up his own internal organs. It turns out the reason he was such a good horror story writer is [[TouchedByVorlons he's not fully human to start with.]]

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* ''WhateleyUniverse''.''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. Horror author Michael Waite is dying of cancer. Oh no, that's just what the doctors think. It's much worse than that. After he 'dies', he wakes up in the morgue. For starters, he vomits up his own internal organs. It turns out the reason he was such a good horror story writer is [[TouchedByVorlons he's not fully human to start with.]]
30th May '17 6:32:32 AM Argonanza
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* The ''Webanimantion/SockSeries'' takes this trope and runs with it, heavily contrasting its [[ArtStyleDissonance cute artstyle.]]
21st May '17 12:53:20 PM nombretomado
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* In TheWanderersLibrary story [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/abundance Abundance]], a stranger feeds a starving village by causing select villagers to grow new limbs and other meaty appendages, which they then cut off and eat.

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* In TheWanderersLibrary ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' story [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/abundance Abundance]], a stranger feeds a starving village by causing select villagers to grow new limbs and other meaty appendages, which they then cut off and eat.
22nd Apr '17 8:58:36 PM nombretomado
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* Many of the "powers" in ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'' Mini site spinoff ''SOTF: Evolution'' fall into this. Some are pretty "standard" as powers go, such as [[ThePowerOfTheSun solar-powered]] SuperStrength and invisibility, "memory absorption", {{Telepathy}}, and [[ShockAndAwe control over electricity]], while others are pretty [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway pathetic]]. Others, however, include things such as mold growing from the mouth and a character developing cat-like claws that are poisonous. The most notable one, though, goes to Johnny Marsh's "power", in which his ''skin'' is invisible, but the rest of him (muscles, organs, etc.) ''aren't''. This means that his muscles are completely visible like an anatomical model. This receives a LampshadeHanging when the scientists puts a full-body scuba suit on him to avoid him scaring the other subjects and interfering with the research. And then there's Billy-Jay Clarke's death in which he suffers a power malfunction, causing his [[EyeScream eyes to catch fire and melt out of their sockets]]...

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* Many of the "powers" in ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'' ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' Mini site spinoff ''SOTF: Evolution'' fall into this. Some are pretty "standard" as powers go, such as [[ThePowerOfTheSun solar-powered]] SuperStrength and invisibility, "memory absorption", {{Telepathy}}, and [[ShockAndAwe control over electricity]], while others are pretty [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway pathetic]]. Others, however, include things such as mold growing from the mouth and a character developing cat-like claws that are poisonous. The most notable one, though, goes to Johnny Marsh's "power", in which his ''skin'' is invisible, but the rest of him (muscles, organs, etc.) ''aren't''. This means that his muscles are completely visible like an anatomical model. This receives a LampshadeHanging when the scientists puts a full-body scuba suit on him to avoid him scaring the other subjects and interfering with the research. And then there's Billy-Jay Clarke's death in which he suffers a power malfunction, causing his [[EyeScream eyes to catch fire and melt out of their sockets]]...
19th Feb '17 2:16:26 PM ihaveflatlined
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** Digital glitches in the fourth episode leave the main character's in horribke, distorted forms. Also, Colin's "Digital Mind" is some sort of squishy, red substance.

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** Digital glitches in the fourth episode leave the main character's in horribke, horrible, distorted forms. Also, Colin's "Digital Mind" is some sort of squishy, red substance.


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* ''Literature/EntirelyPresentingYou'': It's a regular occurrence for the main character.
11th Nov '16 9:46:41 PM RJamesGauvreau
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* ''Literature/HeroesSaveTheWorld'': The story practically begins with this. In chapter one, Simon, who is able to see how people are going to die, has a vision of "a forest of bodies, suspended, twisted into grotesque, wiry shapes." Simon dubs them "Giger trees."
29th Oct '16 9:06:29 AM DustSnitch
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** The fifth episode features one of the goriest scenes in the series. [[spoiler:The Duck Guy is eaten alive on an operating table, with his open guts in full view of the audience.]]
29th Oct '16 9:05:33 AM DustSnitch
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* ''WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared'':
** The strange creature that pops out of the egg in the third DHMIS is quickly smashed by the Duck Guy, leaving the cracked egg full of gore.
** Digital glitches in the fourth episode leave the main character's in horribke, distorted forms. Also, Colin's "Digital Mind" is some sort of squishy, red substance.
** The fifth episode features one of the goriest scenes in the series. [[spoiler:The Duck Guy is eaten alive on an operating table, with his open guts in full view of the audience.]]
27th Sep '16 2:42:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TechInfantry'', as a spinoff of the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' (see above under TabletopGames), also has the Tszimisce clan, but their Viscissitude abilities are ''weaponized'' for soldiers of the Black Hand. These abilities are also [[RetCon retconned]] into being partial but progressive possession by the Soul Eater aliens from the planet Fieras VI, who eventually transform their victims into new Soul Eaters and completely take over their minds.\\

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* ''TechInfantry'', ''TabletopGame/TechInfantry'', as a spinoff of the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' (see above under TabletopGames), also has the Tszimisce clan, but their Viscissitude abilities are ''weaponized'' for soldiers of the Black Hand. These abilities are also [[RetCon retconned]] into being partial but progressive possession by the Soul Eater aliens from the planet Fieras VI, who eventually transform their victims into new Soul Eaters and completely take over their minds.\\
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