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26th Jul '17 8:01:17 PM Synchronicity
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Compare and contrast with MoreThanMindControl, where the character more or less knows that he is/was being manipulated, but goes along anyway. See CartesianKarma for when the residue may or may not have resided, but the consequences of their brain-washed actions are still quite valid.

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Compare and contrast with MoreThanMindControl, where the character more or less knows that he is/was being manipulated, but goes along anyway. See CartesianKarma for when the residue may or may not have resided, but the consequences of their brain-washed actions are still quite valid.valid, and WistfulAmnesia, where a memory-wiped character retains sentiments of the memories they lost.
25th Jul '17 1:31:43 AM SeptimusHeap
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* This was the reason Bronze Tiger always declined to lead the ''SuicideSquad:'' he was afraid the brainwashing he received at the hands of the League of Assassins could kick in any time. Much later, Rick Flag consulted him on how to prevent the brianwashing he suspected he'd been subjected to from kicking in. As a result, some time later Wade Eiling's gambit against Amanda Waller fails and he finds himself missing half a brain.

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* This was the reason Bronze Tiger always declined to lead the ''SuicideSquad:'' ''Comicbook/SuicideSquad:'' he was afraid the brainwashing he received at the hands of the League of Assassins could kick in any time. Much later, Rick Flag consulted him on how to prevent the brianwashing he suspected he'd been subjected to from kicking in. As a result, some time later Wade Eiling's gambit against Amanda Waller fails and he finds himself missing half a brain.
12th May '17 7:48:32 AM Materioptikon
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* This was the reason Bronze Tiger always declined to lead the ''SuicideSquad:'' he was afraid the brainwashing he received at the hands of the League of Assassins could kick in any time.

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* This was the reason Bronze Tiger always declined to lead the ''SuicideSquad:'' he was afraid the brainwashing he received at the hands of the League of Assassins could kick in any time. Much later, Rick Flag consulted him on how to prevent the brianwashing he suspected he'd been subjected to from kicking in. As a result, some time later Wade Eiling's gambit against Amanda Waller fails and he finds himself missing half a brain.
16th Apr '17 11:52:32 PM TSBasilisk
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* Between ''Fanfic/{{Exiled}}'' and ''Gatecrash'' Taylor was kidnapped and brainwashed by Heartbreaker as part of his plan to kidnap Dinah. Even after using her [[WormanScorned jealousy]] to kill him, Taylor still loved him. The stress of dealing with her conflicting feelings makes up a good chunk of her character arc, ending when [[spoiler:the Rachni Queen helps purge his influence]].

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* Between ''Fanfic/{{Exiled}}'' and ''Gatecrash'' Taylor was kidnapped and brainwashed by Heartbreaker as part of his plan to kidnap Dinah. Even after using her [[WormanScorned [[WomanScorned jealousy]] to kill him, Taylor still loved him. The stress of dealing with her conflicting feelings makes up a good chunk of her character arc, ending when [[spoiler:the Rachni Queen helps purge his influence]].
16th Apr '17 11:52:16 PM TSBasilisk
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* Between ''Fanfic/{{Exiled}}'' and ''Gatecrash'' Taylor was kidnapped and brainwashed by Heartbreaker as part of his plan to kidnap Dinah. Even after using her [[WormanScorned jealousy]] to kill him, Taylor still loved him. The stress of dealing with her conflicting feelings makes up a good chunk of her character arc, ending when [[spoiler:the Rachni Queen helps purge his influence]].
19th Oct '16 6:16:59 PM Scistorm
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* This happens to [[Franchise/StarWars Mara Jade]] when Palpatine dies.

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* This happens to [[Franchise/StarWars Mara Jade]] when Palpatine dies. Moments prior to Darth Vader killing him in Film/ReturnOfTheJedi, the Emperor sent a [[UnreliableNarrator modified version of his death]] to Mara, along with the compulsion YOU WILL KILL LUKE SKYWALKER. She was already loyal to Palpatine, but this event leaves her unwilling to disappear into the galaxy at large. However, she is able to overcome the compulsion by killing [[ExactWords an evil clone of Luke]].
15th Oct '16 10:45:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': After Judge Kraken is captured following his participation in the [[CloneArmy Judda incursion]], he undergoes an extensive deprogramming to counter the brainwashing used by Morton Judd. However, some traces of his Judda past still remain, which is later used by the Sisters of Death to bring Kraken under their own control.
15th Oct '16 6:04:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* VideoGame/NieR decides to save Kainé [[spoiler:at the cost of his own existence]] in the final ending. When she comes to, [[spoiler:she starts crying when she finds the flower Nier gave her, but can't remember who it was from.]]

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* VideoGame/NieR decides to save Kainé [[spoiler:at the cost of his own existence]] in the final ending. When she comes to, [[spoiler:she starts crying when she finds the flower Nier gave her, but can't remember who it was from.]]



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15th Oct '16 4:07:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the original ''Series/{{V}}'' miniseries, Diana has attempted to brainwash Julie Parish into being her slave. She fights off the brainwashing, mostly successfully, but occasionally catches herself using the wrong hand. In ''V: The Final Battle'', Diana telepathically commands Julie and she has flashbacks to the brainwashing. Julie doesn't quite give in, but the internal struggle gives Diana a chance to escape.

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* In the original ''Series/{{V}}'' ''Series/{{V 1983}}'' miniseries, Diana has attempted to brainwash Julie Parish into being her slave. She fights off the brainwashing, mostly successfully, but occasionally catches herself using the wrong hand. In ''V: The Final Battle'', Diana telepathically commands Julie and she has flashbacks to the brainwashing. Julie doesn't quite give in, but the internal struggle gives Diana a chance to escape.
9th Aug '16 4:17:50 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Deryni}}'' works, Sean Lord Derry suffers from this, referring to nightmares he had after his captivity and [[MindRape torture]] at the hands of Wencit of Torenth. He reluctantly admits the nightmares returned years later in anticipation of Kelson's trip to Torenth for Liam-Lajos's investiture in ''King Kelson's Bride''. This [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadows]] Morag's reasserting control over his mind, control which is taken and used by [[spoiler: Teymuraz]].

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* In the ''{{Deryni}}'' ''Literature/{{Deryni}}'' works, Sean Lord Derry suffers from this, referring to nightmares he had after his captivity and [[MindRape torture]] at the hands of Wencit of Torenth. He reluctantly admits the nightmares returned years later in anticipation of Kelson's trip to Torenth for Liam-Lajos's investiture in ''King Kelson's Bride''. This [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadows]] Morag's reasserting control over his mind, control which is taken and used by [[spoiler: Teymuraz]].
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