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3rd Sep '15 11:51:10 AM Steam_Lord
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In some cases, it's safe to state that a B.D.B is a more powerful version of the standard MeatPuppet, though expected to be less common.

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In some cases, it's safe to state that a B.D.B is a more powerful version of the standard MeatPuppet, though expected to be less common. Contrast TheDividual.
29th May '15 6:58:04 PM Prfnoff
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* The premise of ''[[Franchise/CrashBandicoot Crash: Mind Over Mutant]]''.

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* The premise of ''[[Franchise/CrashBandicoot Crash: Mind Over Mutant]]''.''VideoGame/CrashMindOverMutant''.
6th May '15 1:25:02 AM Hylarn
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1st Jan '15 1:07:52 AM sgamer82
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* The recurring ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' enemy General Eiling transferred his mind into the body of the indestructible Shaggy Man. In this case the host's stupidity became a problem, as Eiling's intelligence didn't survive being forced to use the Shaggy Man's tiny brain.
* Johan briefly had one in ''{{BPRD}}'' before it was killed by Captain Zombie's jaguar demon form. He's been trying with little success to clone a new one ever since.
* Warstar of [[MarvelComics Marvel]]'s Shi'ar Imperial Guard is a form of this, consisting of a big guy ridden by a small one half-hidden on his back who does most of the actual thinking for the pair (and also has the ability to dish out electric shocks) -- to the point that at least once when he was taken out of action, his bigger partner stopped fighting, too. Oddly, the two seem to be ''robots'', suggesting that somebody may have designed them to embody this trope on purpose.

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* The recurring ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' enemy General Eiling transferred his mind into the body of the indestructible Shaggy Man. In this case the host's stupidity became a problem, as Eiling's intelligence didn't survive being forced to use the Shaggy Man's tiny brain.
* Johan briefly had one in ''{{BPRD}}'' ''ComicBook/{{BPRD}}'' before it was killed by Captain Zombie's jaguar demon form. He's been trying with little success to clone a new one ever since.
* Warstar of [[MarvelComics Marvel]]'s Creator/MarvelComics's Shi'ar Imperial Guard is a form of this, consisting of a big guy ridden by a small one half-hidden on his back who does most of the actual thinking for the pair (and also has the ability to dish out electric shocks) -- to the point that at least once when he was taken out of action, his bigger partner stopped fighting, too. Oddly, the two seem to be ''robots'', suggesting that somebody may have designed them to embody this trope on purpose.



* In ''{{War of the Spider Queen}}'', Gromph Baenre, the Dark Elf Archmage of Menzoberranzan, once took control of a troll B.D.B to detonate one of several magical traps protecting a Traitor Noble House.

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* In ''{{War of the Spider Queen}}'', ''Literature/WarOfTheSpiderQueen'', Gromph Baenre, the Dark Elf Archmage of Menzoberranzan, once took control of a troll B.D.B to detonate one of several magical traps protecting a Traitor Noble House.



* The premise of ''CrashMindOverMutant''.
* Used by Abe in the ''{{Oddworld}}'' series through the power of Possession.

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* The premise of ''CrashMindOverMutant''.
''[[Franchise/CrashBandicoot Crash: Mind Over Mutant]]''.
* Used by Abe in the ''{{Oddworld}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Oddworld}}'' series through the power of Possession.
1st Jan '15 1:04:01 AM sgamer82
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* As of its ''Cataclysm'' expansion, the first example of this trope new players will encounter will usually be Helix Gearbreaker, a boss in the Deadmines. Helix is a goblin who fights atop a Lumbering Oaf. Once you kill the Oaf as part of the fight, he'll jump off and start riding on top of the players until defeated.

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* As of its ''Cataclysm'' expansion, the first example of this trope new players will encounter in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' will usually be Helix Gearbreaker, a boss in the Deadmines. Helix is a goblin who fights atop a Lumbering Oaf. Once you kill the Oaf as part of the fight, he'll jump off and start riding on top of the players until defeated.
1st Jan '15 1:03:42 AM sgamer82
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* As of its ''Cataclysm'' expansion, the first example of this trope new players will encounter will usually be Helix Gearbreaker, a boss in the Deadmines. Helix is a goblin who fights atop a Lumbering Oaf. Once you kill the Oaf as part of the fight, he'll jump off and start riding on top of the players until defeated.
10th Jun '14 8:37:36 AM Underachiever
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* Warstar of [[MarvelComics Marvel]]'s Shi'ar Imperial Guard is a form of this, consisting of a big guy ridden by a small one half-hidden on his back who does most of the actual thinking for the pair (and also has the ability to dish out electric shocks) -- to the point that at least once when he was taken out of action, his bigger partner stopped fighting, too. Oddly, the two seem to be ''robots'', suggesting that somebody may have designed them to embody this trope on purpose.
5th Apr '14 5:40:34 PM Generality
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* In ''Series/StargateSG1'', the [[PuppeteerParasite Goa'uld]] prefer human hosts, by which they can pose as gods, but if they want something more durable they'll inhabit an Unas, a large humanoid that is short on brains but so tough it's nigh-bulletproof.
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6th Mar '14 8:07:08 AM MrParaduo
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* Master Blaster in ''Film/MadMax Mad Max Beyond Thunderdrome'' was a genius midget on a dumb brute's back.

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* Master Blaster in ''Film/MadMax Mad Max Beyond Thunderdrome'' was a genius midget on a dumb brute's back.
6th Mar '14 8:04:14 AM MrParaduo
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* Master Blaster in ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdrome'' was a genius midget on a dumb brute's back.

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* Master Blaster in ''Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdrome'' ''Film/MadMax Mad Max Beyond Thunderdrome'' was a genius midget on a dumb brute's back.
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