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29th Apr '17 7:40:42 PM steam66
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* In ''[[VideoGame/Doom the Doom series]]'', there are "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).

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* In ''[[VideoGame/Doom the Doom series]]'', all ''[[{{VideoGame.Doom}} Doom]]'' games, there are "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).
29th Apr '17 7:33:33 PM steam66
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* In ''VideoGame/Doom'', there are "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).

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* In ''VideoGame/Doom'', ''[[VideoGame/Doom the Doom series]]'', there are "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).
29th Apr '17 7:32:35 PM steam66
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* ''VideoGame/Doom'' features "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).

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* ''VideoGame/Doom'' features In ''VideoGame/Doom'', there are "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).
29th Apr '17 7:31:36 PM steam66
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* ''VideoGame/Doom'' features "former humans", which are slain humans brought back to life by demonic rituals, serving as basic demon footsoldiers. They have a healthy shade of skin, lack any visible rot, and are still capable of moving in a human fashion and operating their firearms... but their red eyes, monstrous growls, and pained breathing when active indicate that there is something ''very wrong'' with them (also counting the rather obvious fact that they are shooting at you).
24th Apr '17 12:52:52 PM Derkhan
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* ''Literature/TheSouthernReachTrilogy'': [[EldritchLocation Area X]] creates doppelgängers of the people who die in it, but they tend to be... off, with only superficial memories of the original and all with the same docile personality. But Ghost Bird is off even compared to the other clones. Normally, they are indistinguishable from each other in what they know and how they act. Ghost Bird retains significantly more of the biologist's personality and memories of Area X.
23rd Apr '17 12:27:28 PM nombretomado
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* For another ''[[Franchise/TalesSeries Tales]]'' example, in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'', Jade's first attempt at testing out the cloning techniques he invented on a living subject was [[spoiler: trying to resurrect his teacher after she was mortally wounded in a fire he accidentally started. He was successful at creating a replica of her, but the replica had none of the original's memories and was extremely unstable.]] May apply to [[spoiler: Ion's replicas as well, since all of them are substantially weaker in some way than the original, deceased Ion- for example, Ion has the original's strong magical abilities but not his strong constitution, while Sync has his strong constitution but not his strong magical abilities]]. Also applies later in the game, when nearly all of the replicas the party encounters were created from people who had died, and they all have stiff, robotic movements and are unable to speak in anything other than CreepyMonotone.

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* For another ''[[Franchise/TalesSeries ''[[VideoGame/TalesSeries Tales]]'' example, in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'', Jade's first attempt at testing out the cloning techniques he invented on a living subject was [[spoiler: trying to resurrect his teacher after she was mortally wounded in a fire he accidentally started. He was successful at creating a replica of her, but the replica had none of the original's memories and was extremely unstable.]] May apply to [[spoiler: Ion's replicas as well, since all of them are substantially weaker in some way than the original, deceased Ion- for example, Ion has the original's strong magical abilities but not his strong constitution, while Sync has his strong constitution but not his strong magical abilities]]. Also applies later in the game, when nearly all of the replicas the party encounters were created from people who had died, and they all have stiff, robotic movements and are unable to speak in anything other than CreepyMonotone.
21st Apr '17 12:50:02 PM CouchAlmark
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* ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'' has one of its antagonists make use of the SurvivalHorror game ''Dangerous Zombie'' to grant himself immortality, reviving within seconds of taking fatal damage and stopping the PowerDegeneration caused by his previous abilities. While at first all seems well, over the course of the next ten episodes he gradually becomes more and more of a LargeHam and slips into ever-greater depths of insanity, until by the time of his final death he's barely coherent in his ranting. However, the audience was given a glimpse of similar behavior from him much earlier in the show, and his biggest act of petty spite was over a decade ago, so it's unclear how much of this can actually be attributed to ''Dangerous Zombie'' versus how much is just Kuroto revealing what he was all along.
11th Apr '17 4:18:15 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'': By the time of ''[[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight Arkham Knight's]]'' Season of Infamy DLC, Ra's al Ghul, after yet another resurrection in the Lazarus Pit, is now hooked up to [[DarkLordOnLifeSupport life support]], and his mind is so fractured that he can barely talk. According to his daughter Nyssa, every time Ra's was revived, he came back worse; by this point, she considers him nothing more than a zombie who should have died permanently long ago. Ra's himself was aware of this possibility in ''[[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Arkham City]]'', which played a big part in his desperation to find a successor:
-->'''Ra's''': I have used the Lazarus Pit too many times. My mind and body cannot take much more. Every time I enter the Pit... I am frightened of what will come out.


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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'': In Season 5, Tiger Claw summons the [[DragonsAreDemonic demodragon]] Kavaxas to Earth in order to resurrect the Shredder, who was killed by Leonardo at the end of Season 4. By the fourth episode of the season, Kavaxas succeeds in doing so... but the revived Shredder is little more than a shambling corpse. Tiger Claw himself suspects that Shredder has not been truly revived, and Kavaxas is simply using him as a puppet; he's proven right.
4th Apr '17 9:10:56 AM Dravencour
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* MonsterFromBeyondTheVeil: Something goes ''really'' wrong, and the loved one comes back as an undead, demonic or EldritchAbomination that wants to eat you.

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* MonsterFromBeyondTheVeil: Something goes ''really'' wrong, and the loved one comes back as an undead, demonic or EldritchAbomination that now wants to eat you.kill/eat their resurrector.
4th Apr '17 9:07:58 AM Dravencour
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* MonsterFromBeyondTheVeil: Something goes ''really'' wrong, and the loved one comes back as an undead, demonic or EldritchAbomination. That now wants to eat you.

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* MonsterFromBeyondTheVeil: Something goes ''really'' wrong, and the loved one comes back as an undead, demonic or EldritchAbomination. That now EldritchAbomination that wants to eat you.
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