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18th Apr '18 9:32:16 AM DanteVin
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* Luminiera/Chevalier of ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'' protects Albion by bonding with the Lord Commander and imbuing them with its power. However it apparently doesn't even have to bond to a person as it bonds with the Adversa cannon after Vira, its former host, was defeated. Vira's SSR fate episode reveals that during the battle with Adversa, Lyria changed its commands so that Luminiera's bond does not extend to being bound in Albion. This allows the host that Luminiera bonds with to move freely. This also led to Vira being bonded to Luminiera once more without the former restrictions in the same fate episode.
20th Feb '18 11:26:40 AM rockheart0103
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*In the universe of [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/464973/Mr-Chaos Mr. Chaos]]' ''FanFic/{{Harry Potter Pokemon Master}}'' Pokemagnuses can bond with a Pokemon and when their bond is strong enough they can merge into one being that is much more powerful than either of the original two.
13th Feb '18 7:38:55 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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* Creator/JenniferRoberson's ''Cheysuli'' series shows a semi-intelligent empathic alien species of which individuals occasionally (but not usually) bond with humans. (Although the series ''this'' troper read showed individuals of various animal species blessed by the gods with high intelligence with the specific intention of bonding with humans...)

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* Creator/JenniferRoberson's ''Cheysuli'' series shows a semi-intelligent empathic alien species of which individuals occasionally (but not usually) bond with humans. (Although the series ''this'' troper read showed individuals of various animal species blessed by the gods with high intelligence with the specific intention of bonding with humans...)
21st Dec '17 8:01:58 PM Rakurai
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* In ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'', the titular Blades are artificial lifeforms of great power born when a human with potential (Said individuals being known as Drivers) touches the Core Crystal that contains the essence of their being; lacking individuals experiencing anything from a bad nosebleed to a quick, painful death. They serve as guardians and partners for those they bond with, each having a personal weapon they lend their Driver and channel their power through. Should their Driver perish, they'll simply return to being a Core Crystal, but lose the memories of their past life in the process, only being able to truly die if their crystal is destroyed entirely (Thanks to a powerful HealingFactor).
1st Nov '17 8:47:15 PM PaulA
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* Creator/AndreNorton created several of the oldest examples of Bond Creatures in western fiction: ''The Beast Master'', Falconers in the ''Literature/WitchWorld'' series and more. Probably she was the inspiration for Mercedes Lackey's and Anne [=McCaffrey's=] later evolutions of the concept.

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* Creator/AndreNorton created several of the oldest examples of Bond Creatures in western fiction: ''The Beast Master'', ''Literature/TheBeastMaster'', Falconers in the ''Literature/WitchWorld'' series and more. Probably she was the inspiration for Mercedes Lackey's and Anne [=McCaffrey's=] later evolutions of the concept.
26th Oct '17 1:00:35 AM PaulA
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* In Creator/AndreNorton's ''[[Literature/{{Warlock}} Ordeal in Otherwhere]]'', Tsste for Charis and Taggi for Shann. Their mutual PsychicLink makes it a four-way deal.

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* In Creator/AndreNorton's ''[[Literature/{{Warlock}} Ordeal in Otherwhere]]'', ''Literature/OrdealInOtherwhere'', Tsste for Charis and Taggi for Shann. Their mutual PsychicLink makes it a four-way deal.
6th Sep '17 4:56:18 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Caro and Lutecia of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' possess some sort of link with their [[SummonMagic summoned creatures]]. This was best seen during their final battle, where [[spoiler:[[SmugSnake Quattro]]'s VillainOverride]] on Lutecia caused her monsters to cry TearsOfBlood and the less intelligent ones to go berserk.

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* Caro and Lutecia of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'' possess some sort of link with their [[SummonMagic summoned creatures]]. This was best seen during their final battle, where [[spoiler:[[SmugSnake Quattro]]'s VillainOverride]] on Lutecia caused her monsters to cry TearsOfBlood and the less intelligent ones to go berserk.
26th Aug '17 3:22:19 AM JackG
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* In ''The Game of Rat and Dragon'' by Cordwainer Smith, human telepaths are partnered with cats to fight EldritchAbomination.

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* In ''The Game of Rat and Dragon'' by Cordwainer Smith, human telepaths are partnered with cats to fight EldritchAbomination.EldritchAbomination, though in that case the pairing is of more of personality (feline aggression with human intellect) than special powers.
26th Aug '17 3:20:17 AM JackG
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* In ''The Game of Rat and Dragon'' by Cordwainer Smith, human telepaths are partnered with cats to fight EldritchAbomination.
5th Jul '17 6:35:56 PM worldofdrakan
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* The protagonists of ''VideoGame/Drakan'', Rynn and Arokh, are bound.

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* The protagonists of ''VideoGame/Drakan'', ''VideoGame/{{Drakan}}'', Rynn and Arokh, are bound.
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