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18th Sep '17 6:55:06 PM kazokuhouou
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', the band decides to sew their nearly-dead chef back together so he can make them more food. One of them remarks that they would probably sew him back together wrong, and they decide that would make a cool song. Which they end up making. "SEWN! Back together WRONG! Back together. SEWN!"

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', the band decides to sew their nearly-dead chef back together so he can make them more food. One of them remarks that they would probably sew him back together wrong, and they decide that would make a cool song. Which they end up making. "SEWN! Back together WRONG! Back together. SEWN!"SEWN!" For what it's worth, Jean-Pierre doesn't seem very bothered by being sewn back together wrong, and resumes his job as Dethklok's chef.
15th Sep '17 11:53:04 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/LegendOfTheSeeker'': All the banelings. They have to kill people each day in return for living again.
10th Sep '17 11:12:26 PM TSBasilisk
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*** Sylvanas's short story revealed there is another underlying issue with the Forsaken. Being torn from the afterlife [[DamagedSoul damaged their souls]], which could play a part in their darker tendencies. Worse this seems to have condemned them to a hellish afterlife.
10th Sep '17 7:21:30 PM Doug86
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* In the LeftBehind collaborative fics under the "Left Beyond" umbrella, metabolic extenders work like this - the soul is in Hell, but can still steer the body, and the brain has been made to be unable to understand pain through a careful (or not-so-careful) lobotomy so as to not go insane from the pain of Hell. Depending on how quickly the metabolic extender was installed, and what TechnologyLevels the controller is, the result can be a docile zombie, a depressed or manic version of the living character, or - towards the end - a full reconstruction.

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* In the LeftBehind ''Literature/LeftBehind'' collaborative fics under the "Left Beyond" umbrella, metabolic extenders work like this - the soul is in Hell, but can still steer the body, and the brain has been made to be unable to understand pain through a careful (or not-so-careful) lobotomy so as to not go insane from the pain of Hell. Depending on how quickly the metabolic extender was installed, and what TechnologyLevels the controller is, the result can be a docile zombie, a depressed or manic version of the living character, or - towards the end - a full reconstruction.
10th Sep '17 2:38:33 AM PaulA
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* In one of Creator/HPLovecraft's more famous works, "Herbert West: Re-animator," the title character becomes convinced that life is strictly chemical, and repeatedly attempts to bring the dead back to life. His first revived human attempts to claw its way back into its filled-in grave, and the others exhibit similar signs of madness when revived. Finally, the abominations that West hauled back from the great beyond find him, and silently tear him to pieces in front of the narrator, before leaving without a trace with West's remains. The last one of West's experiments does appear to be quite sentient: a pilot decapitated in an accident, whose head and body live separate from each other but act as one entity. He is not only able to understand what West did to him (having helped with a few experiments himself) and desire revenge, but also bend the other research subjects to his will, as well.

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* In one of Creator/HPLovecraft's more famous works, "Herbert West: Re-animator," ''Literature/HerbertWestReanimator'', the title character becomes convinced that life is strictly chemical, and repeatedly attempts to bring the dead back to life. His first revived human attempts to claw its way back into its filled-in grave, and the others exhibit similar signs of madness when revived. Finally, the abominations that West hauled back from the great beyond find him, and silently tear him to pieces in front of the narrator, before leaving without a trace with West's remains. The last one of West's experiments does appear to be quite sentient: a pilot decapitated in an accident, whose head and body live separate from each other but act as one entity. He is not only able to understand what West did to him (having helped with a few experiments himself) and desire revenge, but also bend the other research subjects to his will, as well.
6th Sep '17 6:04:29 AM njein123
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* [[http://sharknob.deviantart.com/art/STREET-FIGHTER-DESTINY-DROID-LI-432375710 This alternate take on]] [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperheroes Shadow Lady]], a [[UnwillingRoboticization cyborgized]] [[ReforgedIntoAMinion and]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul brainwashed]] WhatIf PaletteSwap of Chun-Li. Instead of being forcibly kidnapped by Shadaloo, (as she was in the game), Chun-Li dies 15 minutes after giving birth, and it's unknown who the child's father was, as she was dating Ryu and Dan at the same time. Hearing that Chun-Li died, Shadaloo decided to steal her body, as she wasn't properly buried with the purpose of turning her into a pawn against Interpol. Fast forward 30 years later, she CameBackWrong as an ultra high-tech {{Cyborg}} killing machine developed by Shadaloo. When the task was completed, they turned her into a living weapon, complete with a new name and transformed her into M. Bison's top assassin. Before her transformation into Shadow Lady, Chun-Li routinely foiled Shadaloo's plans at every turn, so it's apparent that her cyborgization was done in retaliation for her foiling many of their plans. And unlike Shadow (a cyborgified Charlie Nash), who escaped shortly after being transformed, Shadaloo added a RestrainingBolt to her programming so she remains fully obedient to Shadaloo at all times, essentially becoming a [[DarkActionGirl Dark Action]] RobotGirl. Since then, Bison, who had been looking for a potential new test subject for creating a prototype super soldier for Shadaloo after Shadow fled, found this in his arch-nemesis Chun-Li. Shadaloo had vastly improved on the conversion process since then, and it was only fitting that the one constant pain in Bison's side be given this 'honor', and hopefully, turn her into their main pawn against Interpol. But unlike Shadow (a cyborgized Charlie), who only received a few mechanical upgrades, Shadow Lady was designed to be a complete robot and be enslaved to her programming so she won't rebel against Shadaloo and follow their orders at all times. Designed to be the ultimate anti-Interpol weapon, she was sent out by the heinous Shadaloo leader to gather information on her former allies so they too could be turned into mindless cyborgs like Chun-Li and Charlie Nash were. It's unknown how much of Shadow Lady's body is organic and how much is mechanical, but it's speculated that much of her body, apart from her brain is full of servos, wires, circuit boards and motors. It's possible that M. Bison may have used the same technology on her that was used to create Cyber-Akuma. Even her iconic OdangoHair are now RobotAntennae, as it's speculated that she is receiving orders from Shadaloo and that she is being controlled via remote control. And given that she no longer breathes, her face is given a breathing apparatus, making her a female DarthVaderClone, so expect her voice to either sound metallic or machine-like as well if possible, which is tied to the mask. As Shadow Lady, her formerly cheerful personality was obliterated, her body's physiology altered so it experienced no emotion apart from being an soulless and emotionless killing machine and serving as M. Bison's right-hand; and in essence, she is essentially a completely different person inhabiting her body and mind, and serves as nothing but a weapon against Interpol. Upon completion, her programming was complemented by extensive exercise to tone her muscles and combat training to ensure that she had all the skills required, including the use of a variety of weapons, though she would rarely need to use them. With her training complete, Shadow Lady's speed, combat skills and stealth capabilities made her the ideal assassin for Shadaloo. In a short period of time, this what-if version of Chun-Li goes from a strong-willed woman to a completely submissive gynoid working for one of the most notorious gaming bosses. What's sad to see that if her child (who may have been grown up by now) decides to fight her, they don't know that [[ArchnemesisMom their mother has been revived as a brainwashed and cyborgized killing machine]]. Also, neither Ryu nor Dan are aware that [[RoboticSpouse their former date]] has been revived as a {{Brainwashed}} RobotGirl. All in all, while Chun-Li is back again, she's now more of an EmptyShell, [[LaserGuidedAmnesia with no record of her old memories]] as they've been [[BlankSlate overridden]] with pre-programmed directives ordering her to be an [[ReforgedIntoAMinion emotionless and ruthless]] [[RoboticPsychopath assassin for Shadaloo]], essentially condemning her to a FateWorseThanDeath via DeathOfPersonality, LossOfIdentity and CyberneticsEatYourSoul. Even if her allies ever managed to revive her, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone she would have to deal with the]] [[HeelRealization guilt of being a tool for Shadaloo]], not to mention the fact that [[RealityEnsues being a minion for Shadaloo wouldn't magically go away]] overnight should she become a good person again. It's also been implied that deep down, [[AndIMustScream the old Chun-Li is still there on some level]], and is at least partially aware of what she has done. But she's now a roboticized assassin-droid, so she has no control over the actions of what her body does.
5th Sep '17 7:15:27 PM njein123
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* [[http://sharknob.deviantart.com/art/STREET-FIGHTER-DESTINY-DROID-LI-432375710 This alternate take on]] [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperheroes Shadow Lady]], a [[UnwillingRoboticization cyborgized]] [[ReforgedIntoAMinion and]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul brainwashed]] WhatIf PaletteSwap of Chun-Li. Instead of being forcibly kidnapped by Shadaloo, (as she was in the game), Chun-Li dies 15 minutes after giving birth, and it's unknown who the child's father was, as she was dating Ryu and Dan at the same time. Hearing that Chun-Li died, Shadaloo decided to steal her body, as she wasn't properly buried with the purpose of turning her into a pawn against Interpol. Fast forward 30 years later, she CameBackWrong as an ultra high-tech {{Cyborg}} killing machine developed by Shadaloo. When the task was completed, they turned her into a living weapon, complete with a new name and transformed her into M. Bison's top assassin. Before her transformation into Shadow Lady, Chun-Li routinely foiled Shadaloo's plans at every turn, so it's apparent that her cyborgization was done in retaliation for her foiling many of their plans. And unlike Shadow (a cyborgified Charlie Nash), who escaped shortly after being transformed, Shadaloo added a RestrainingBolt to her programming so she remains fully obedient to Shadaloo at all times, essentially becoming a [[DarkActionGirl Dark Action]] RobotGirl. Since then, Bison, who had been looking for a potential new test subject for creating a prototype super soldier for Shadaloo after Shadow fled, found this in his arch-nemesis Chun-Li. Shadaloo had vastly improved on the conversion process since then, and it was only fitting that the one constant pain in Bison's side be given this 'honor', and hopefully, turn her into their main pawn against Interpol. But unlike Shadow (a cyborgized Charlie), who only received a few mechanical upgrades, Shadow Lady was designed to be a complete robot and be enslaved to her programming so she won't rebel against Shadaloo and follow their orders at all times. Designed to be the ultimate anti-Interpol weapon, she was sent out by the heinous Shadaloo leader to gather information on her former allies so they too could be turned into mindless cyborgs like Chun-Li and Charlie Nash were. It's unknown how much of Shadow Lady's body is organic and how much is mechanical, but it's speculated that much of her body, apart from her brain is full of servos, wires, circuit boards and motors. It's possible that M. Bison may have used the same technology on her that was used to create Cyber-Akuma. Even her iconic OdangoHair are now RobotAntennae, as it's speculated that she is receiving orders from Shadaloo and that she is being controlled via remote control. And given that she no longer breathes, her face is given a breathing apparatus, making her a female DarthVaderClone, so expect her voice to either sound metallic or machine-like as well if possible, which is tied to the mask. As Shadow Lady, her formerly cheerful personality was obliterated, her body's physiology altered so it experienced no emotion apart from being an soulless and emotionless killing machine and serving as M. Bison's right-hand; and in essence, she is essentially a completely different person inhabiting her body and mind, and serves as nothing but a weapon against Interpol. Upon completion, her programming was complemented by extensive exercise to tone her muscles and combat training to ensure that she had all the skills required, including the use of a variety of weapons, though she would rarely need to use them. With her training complete, Shadow Lady's speed, combat skills and stealth capabilities made her the ideal assassin for Shadaloo. In a short period of time, this what-if version of Chun-Li goes from a strong-willed woman to a completely submissive gynoid working for one of the most notorious gaming bosses. What's sad to see that if her child (who may have been grown up by now) decides to fight her, they don't know that [[ArchnemesisMom their mother has been revived as a brainwashed and cyborgized killing machine]]. Also, neither Ryu nor Dan are aware that [[RoboticSpouse their former date]] has been revived as a {{Brainwashed}} RobotGirl. All in all, while Chun-Li is back again, she's now more of an EmptyShell, [[LaserGuidedAmnesia with no record of her old memories]] as they've been [[BlankSlate overridden]] with pre-programmed directives ordering her to be an [[ReforgedIntoAMinion emotionless and ruthless]] [[RoboticPsychopath assassin for Shadaloo]], essentially condemning her to a FateWorseThanDeath via DeathOfPersonality, LossOfIdentity and CyberneticsEatYourSoul. Even if her allies ever managed to revive her, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone she would have to deal with the]] [[HeelRealization guilt of being a tool for Shadaloo]], not to mention the fact that [[RealityEnsues being a minion for Shadaloo wouldn't magically go away]] overnight should she become a good person again. It's also been implied that deep down, [[AndIMustScream the old Chun-Li is still there on some level]], and is at least partially aware of what she has done. But she's now a roboticized assassin-droid, so she has no control over the actions of what her body does.
30th Aug '17 1:50:16 PM kuchiki222
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** [[spoiler:Viserion, after getting killed by the Night King, was personally resurrected by him, as a Dragon Wight (or maybe a White Walker dragon?). This also made him strong as well. How? Put it this way:]][[spoiler: He breached the 8000 year old Wall single-handedly, without any wear or tear.]]
26th Aug '17 9:13:42 PM Mooncalf
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** Immortals in general use an intentional form of this. Immortals have to "reset" every few centuries in order to avoid going insane, but the new Immortal is functionally a new person, who only remembers their past self's life "as though reading about it from a book". They can make some things stick (such as Jerry ensuring that the debt he owed Susan would be carried over and not dismissed), but for most part shedding the excess baggage is seen as a ''good'' thing. [[spoiler: Pandora has postponed her own reset for several centuries, and it's definitely caused her problems.]]
22nd Aug '17 2:03:31 PM rjd1922
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** Attempts at reviving dead people with alchemy creates a badly-constructed human body made from chemical elements. This body, which has no soul or consciousness and only the most rudimentary of biological functions, usually expires within moments of its 'birth'. Most times, yes; but in some cases, it's possible that it survives. However, that doesn't mean that the person's been brought back exactly as s/he was before. In a side story, an alchemist working for a wealthy family attempted to resurrect the young daughter of his masters, losing his eyesight in the process. Unfortunately, all he managed to create was a zombie-like corpse barely capable of moving, with a soul that may or may not be the child's real soul. In the end, the family had to adopt a little girl to ''impersonate'' the dead one, so that the alchemist may live the rest of his life believing the child was alive again.

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** Attempts at reviving dead people with alchemy creates a badly-constructed human body made from chemical elements. This body, which has no soul or consciousness and only the most rudimentary of biological functions, usually expires within moments of its 'birth'. Most times, yes; but in some cases, it's possible that it survives. However, that doesn't mean that the person's been brought back exactly as s/he was before. In a side story, the bonus chapter "The Blind Alchemist", an alchemist named Jude working for a the wealthy Harbinger family attempted to resurrect the their young daughter of his masters, Rosalie, losing his eyesight in the process. Unfortunately, all he managed to create was a zombie-like corpse barely capable of moving, with a soul that may or may not be the child's real soul. In the end, the family had to adopt a little girl to ''impersonate'' the dead one, so that the alchemist may live the rest of his life believing the child was alive again.
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