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9th May '18 1:43:13 AM M84
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* In Season 8 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'', the Sons of Garmadon led by a LoonyFan of his plan to use the Oni Masks to revive him. The twist is that they want to bring him back ''without'' any of his redeeming qualities such as his love for his son Lloyd since they believe these traits hold him back from unleashing his true potential. By the end of the season, they succeed. The revived Lord Garmadon demonstrates that he's no longer the father Lloyd knew and loved when he nearly beats Lloyd to death in a fight -- he would never try to hurt Lloyd even when he was Lord Garmadon in the past -- while declaring IHaveNoSon.

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* In Season 8 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'', the Sons of Garmadon led by a LoonyFan of his plan to use the Oni Masks to revive him. The twist is that they want to bring him back ''without'' any of his redeeming qualities such as his love for his son Lloyd since they believe these traits hold him back from unleashing his true potential. By the end of the season, they succeed. The revived Lord Garmadon demonstrates that he's no longer the father Lloyd knew and loved when he nearly beats Lloyd to death in a fight -- he would never try to hurt Lloyd even when he was Lord Garmadon in the past -- while declaring IHaveNoSon. Unfortunately, the Sons of Garmoadon turned out to be right about this unlocking his true potential, making him CameBackStrong as well.
9th May '18 1:42:18 AM M84
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* In Season 8 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'', the Sons of Garmadon led by a LoonyFan of his plan to use the Oni Masks to revive him. The twist is that they want to bring him back ''without'' any of his redeeming qualities such as his love for his son Lloyd since they believe these traits hold him back from unleashing his true potential. By the end of the season, they succeed. The revived Lord Garmadon demonstrates that he's no longer the father Lloyd knew and loved when he nearly beats Lloyd to death in a fight -- he would never try to hurt Lloyd even when he was Lord Garmadon in the past -- while declaring IHaveNoSon.
24th Apr '18 9:38:19 AM narm00
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* In ''The World Of Darkness'', particularly in [[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness The New World of Darkness game-lines]], there are a number of different ways to bring a recently deceased person back from the dead. ''None'' of them result in a mentally- or spiritually-sound being. Here's a quick run: you can make a Revenant out of them, but that gives you a zombie with a supercharged case of OCD. You can try [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem Embracing]] them, but now they're a vampire and, since you Embraced them ''after'' death, their reflection/shadow has come loose and become a separate being that hates them. Making a ''[[TabletopGame/PrometheanTheCreated Promethean]]'' out of them opens the door to a laundry list of problems[[note]](Not the least of which is that the "resurrectee" is [[ThatManIsDead actually a whole different person]]. The previous occupant / soul is gone, the Promethean is a wholly new being.[[/note]]. A [[TabletopGame/GeistTheSinEaters Geist]] can haul someone back if they were [[ISeeDeadPeople the right sort]] and [[NearDeathExperience enough wiggle room exists,]] but it's ''never'' for free. And finally, the least harmful of all of these, a [[TabletopGame/HunterTheVigil Benediction]] that resurrects the very-recently-slain... leaves them with a permanent mental illness.
* In ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' from the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'', The Gurahl (werebears) had at least one method that would return the deceased, no matter how long they were dead, with no side effects. The catch? The ritual to do so requires fighting the avatar of the literal [[TheGrimReaper God of Death]]. Guess what happens if you lose.

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* In ''The World Of Darkness'', particularly in [[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness The New World of Darkness game-lines]], there are a number of different ways to bring a recently deceased person back from the dead. ''None'' of them result in a mentally- or spiritually-sound being. Here's a quick run: you can make a Revenant out of them, but that gives you a zombie with a supercharged case of OCD. You can try [[TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem Embracing]] them, but now they're a vampire and, since you Embraced them ''after'' death, their reflection/shadow has come loose and become a separate being that hates them. Making a ''[[TabletopGame/PrometheanTheCreated Promethean]]'' out of them opens the door to a laundry list of problems[[note]](Not the least of which is that the "resurrectee" is [[ThatManIsDead actually a whole different person]]. The previous occupant / soul is gone, the Promethean is a wholly new being.[[/note]].)[[/note]]. A [[TabletopGame/GeistTheSinEaters Geist]] can haul someone back if they were [[ISeeDeadPeople the right sort]] and [[NearDeathExperience enough wiggle room exists,]] but it's ''never'' for free. And finally, the least harmful of all of these, a [[TabletopGame/HunterTheVigil Benediction]] that resurrects the very-recently-slain... leaves them with a permanent mental illness.
* In ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' from the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'', The Gurahl (werebears) had have at least one method that would will return the deceased, no matter how long they were dead, with no side effects. The catch? The ritual to do so requires fighting the avatar of the literal [[TheGrimReaper God of Death]]. Guess what happens if you lose.
21st Apr '18 11:04:08 PM nombretomado
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** One of Dean's clones was rejected (meaning Doc casually flushed him into the sewer) for being extremely disfigured. The clone survived, and used the skins of all of the previous dead clones (apparently Doctor Venture just dumps them in a mass-grave on the compound) to make a [[TheSilenceOfTheLambs Dean suit]] for himself. When he runs out of skins, he attempts to murder the current Dean so he can finish the suit and replace him.

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** One of Dean's clones was rejected (meaning Doc casually flushed him into the sewer) for being extremely disfigured. The clone survived, and used the skins of all of the previous dead clones (apparently Doctor Venture just dumps them in a mass-grave on the compound) to make a [[TheSilenceOfTheLambs [[Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Dean suit]] for himself. When he runs out of skins, he attempts to murder the current Dean so he can finish the suit and replace him.
19th Apr '18 9:43:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' episode "The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank" was about a guy who came back from the dead and becomes the town pariah. In the end, he lights a cigarette with his mind.

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' episode "The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank" was about a guy who came back from the dead and becomes the town pariah. In the end, he lights a cigarette with his mind.
18th Apr '18 5:04:16 AM gophergiggles
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* A minor but no less unsettling case of this pops up in ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' during Duster's chapter. When he heads through the graveyard a trio of zombies erupt from the ground and, apparently being people who knew him as a child, pleasantly comment on how much he's grown. [[HorrorHunger Then on how hungry they are]] before attacking. All in all it's your first clue that this game that began as bright, cheerful, and pleasant is going to take you to [[TraumaCongaLine very]] [[ApocalypseHow bad]] [[BreakTheCutie places]] before it's done with you.
9th Apr '18 12:08:01 PM dvorak
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* Similar to ''Halo'' above, in ''WebComic/QuentynQuinnSpaceRanger,'' it's possible to upload a sapient mind into a computer, but they come back buckin' fonkers due to [[AndIMustScream sensory deprivation]]. It's possible to download them into a clone body, and this is considered murder because the digital copy overwrites the clone, psychologically murdering them.

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* Similar to ''Halo'' above, in ''WebComic/QuentynQuinnSpaceRanger,'' it's possible to upload a sapient mind into a computer, but they come back buckin' fonkers due to [[AndIMustScream sensory deprivation]]. It's possible to download them into a clone body, and this is considered murder because the digital copy overwrites the clone, psychologically murdering them. One story arc involved a [[{{Necromantic}} greiving widower]] who got it right-hooking the computer his wife was in up to electronic sensors to keep her sane while her clone grew to maturity, then downloading her ASAP. She considers him to be a murderer and runs for it.
9th Apr '18 10:34:56 AM dvorak
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* Similar to ''Halo'' above, in WebComic/QuentinQuinnSpaceRanger,'' it's possible to upload a sapient mind into a computer, but they come back buckin' fonkers due to [[AndIMustScream sensory deprivation]]. It's possible to download them into a clone body, and this is considered murder because the digital copy overwrites the clone, psychologically murdering them.

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* Similar to ''Halo'' above, in WebComic/QuentinQuinnSpaceRanger,'' ''WebComic/QuentynQuinnSpaceRanger,'' it's possible to upload a sapient mind into a computer, but they come back buckin' fonkers due to [[AndIMustScream sensory deprivation]]. It's possible to download them into a clone body, and this is considered murder because the digital copy overwrites the clone, psychologically murdering them.
9th Apr '18 10:32:12 AM dvorak
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* Similar to ''Halo'' above, in WebComic/QuentinQuinnSpaceRanger,'' it's possible to upload a sapient mind into a computer, but they come back buckin' fonkers due to [[AndIMustScream sensory deprivation]]. It's possible to download them into a clone body, and this is considered murder because the digital copy overwrites the clone, psychologically murdering them.
8th Apr '18 1:21:49 PM Malady
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!!'''As a DeathTrope (or a partial nullification of it), many if not all spoilers will be unmarked ahead. ''YouHaveBeenWarned.'''''

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!!'''As a DeathTrope (or a partial nullification of it), many if not all spoilers will be unmarked ahead. ''YouHaveBeenWarned.''Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned.'''''
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