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22nd Jan '17 1:17:42 PM Grudgeal
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* In ''Webcomic/UseSwordOnMonster'' the main character defeats a mage from another dimension. Believing he intends to torture her, she casts a spell on him that makes whatever hurt her hurt him as well (in her own dimension, the spell was used to punish DomesticAbuse). For the rest of the story the two are dependent on each other for survival.
12th Nov '16 8:45:34 AM DannWoolf
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** Shenron and Porunga also cease to exist (and their respective Dragon Balls turn to stone) if their creator dies. For Shenron, that's Kami, later replaced by Dende after Kami fuses with Piccolo. For Porunga, that's Grand Elder Guru, later replaced by Elder Moori after Guru passes away.
12th Nov '16 8:44:02 AM DannWoolf
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** [[spoiler:Whis]] also cannot exist without a [[spoiler:God of Destruction]] around, so if [[spoiler:Beerus]] dies, [[spoiler:Whis]] will cease to function until someone else takes up the role. [[spoiler:This is probably why he asked Goku and Vegeta if they wanted to replace Beerus if he dies, as a backup plan for it it happens.]]
3rd Nov '16 8:02:13 AM Nazetrime
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* In the first ''Literature/{{Neogicia}}'' novel, Saly, the protagonist undergoes BioAugmentation and wakes up with a secon level of consciousness that seems to have developped to avoid sensory overload. In the second, [[spoiler:it turns out to be actually be an entity using her as host body, which fills very specific critera seldom found in the general population. That entity is ready to go to lengths much greater that what Saly would consider acceptable to keep her alive and can take over in an emergency]].

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* In the first ''Literature/{{Neogicia}}'' novel, Saly, the protagonist undergoes BioAugmentation and wakes up with a secon second level of consciousness that seems to have developped to avoid sensory overload. In the second, [[spoiler:it turns out to be actually be an entity using her as host body, which fills very specific critera seldom found in the general population. That entity is ready to go to lengths much greater that what Saly would consider acceptable to keep her alive and can take over in an emergency]].emergency. The fact Saly it does sensory overload prevention in Saly even when dormant creates an downplayed mutual need]].
31st Oct '16 10:10:50 AM Nazetrime
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* In the first ''Literature/{{Neogicia}}'' novel, Saly, the protagonist undergoes BioAugmentation and wakes up with a secon level of consciousness that seems to have developped to avoid sensory overload. In the second, [[spoiler:it turns out to be actually be an entity using her as host body, which fills very specific critera seldom found in the general population. That entity is ready to go to lengths much greater that what Saly would consider acceptable to keep her alive and can take over in an emergency]].
6th Oct '16 7:21:22 PM Xelloss08
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* In ''Webcomic/MysteryBabylon'', Kick Girl and Kill Boy share the same soul; if one of them is killed, the other will die as well. This doesn't stop Kill Boy from attempting to kill her anyway, as he bears a huge grudge against her and isn't afraid of dying.
21st Aug '16 5:15:54 PM albino-ottsel
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* Similarly, in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', it's revealed that if [[spoiler:the Supreme Kai]] were to die, so would [[spoiler:Beerus]]. The reverse is, presumably, true. Goku surmises that he could defeat the latter if he defeated the former, but then decides that wouldn't be any fun. [[spoiler:Beerus]] is less than amused.
27th Jul '16 12:25:45 PM Chabal2
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* The Greek myth of Meleager involves a woman giving birth to a son, but she overheard the Fates saying that his life was linked to a piece of wood in the fireplace (already burned halfway through). She quickly took it out and extinguished it, saving his life. Years later, the son got in an argument with his maternal uncle and killed him... [[KillItWithFire Fwoosh.]]
8th Jun '16 10:54:50 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Film/StarWars'' continuity, the Tusken Raiders of Tattoine ride giant, shaggy beasts called banthas, which are bonded to their owners via a combination of training and affinity. If a bantha's rider dies, the bantha usually dies shortly after, often becoming feral and violent before dying.
22nd Feb '16 5:53:21 PM Kadorhal
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': If Piccolo were to die, then Kami would as well and vice-versa. This is because they were originally one person but Kami cast off his evilness in order to become guardian of Earth. That evilness turned into Piccolo. On the plus side, you only have to resurrect one to get both back. This is no longer an issue once the two of them [[FusionDance fuse into one being]].

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': If Piccolo were to die, then Kami would as well and vice-versa. This is because they were originally one person but Kami cast off his evilness in order to become guardian of Earth. That evilness turned into Piccolo. On the plus side, you only have to resurrect one to get both back. This is no longer an issue once the two of them [[FusionDance fuse back into one being]].



* In ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic II'' the player character and his mentor are linked by a Force Bond, gaining each other strengths and weaknesses. This isn't exactly convenient, so getting rid of it is one of the major plot points.

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* In ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic II'' ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLord'', the player character and his mentor Kreia are linked by a Force Bond, gaining each other strengths and weaknesses. This isn't exactly convenient, convenient - in particular, the player is made aware of the bond when Kreia loses a hand fighting the apparent BigBad Darth Sion to keep him at bay, and the player character half the ship away at this point immediately recoils in pain as if their hand got lopped off - so getting rid of it is one of the major plot points.points. [[spoiler:In the end, when Kreia turns out to be TheManBehindTheMan, she uses this as the player character's incentive to follow her to the final planet in the game - if they try to run or hide, Kreia will kill herself and thus also kill the PC no matter where they may be.]]
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