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14th Jun '16 7:24:12 AM GrigorII
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[[caption-width-right:350:Actually, he was calling for [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Bart Allen]].]]
25th May '16 5:31:15 AM nighttrainfm
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* In the same vein as Deadpool, ComicBook/SpiderMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica are both working this shift post-''ComicBook/AvengersStandoff''. While Peter Parker and Miles Morales were always working together prior to the events, ''Standoff'' will have Steve Rogers return to his title as Captain America and allow [[ComicBook/TheFalcon Sam Wilson]] to continue to operate as Cap as well.

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* In the same vein as Deadpool, ComicBook/SpiderMan and ComicBook/CaptainAmerica are both working this shift post-''ComicBook/AvengersStandoff''. While Peter Parker and Miles Morales were always working together prior to the events, ''Standoff'' will have Steve Rogers return to his title as Captain America and allow [[ComicBook/TheFalcon Sam Wilson]] to continue to operate as Cap as well. Downplayed in that none of them are pretending to be each other, they're just sharing the codename and the ideals it represents (which [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Clint Barton]] and ComicBook/KateBishop have been doing for years now).
24th May '16 7:58:28 AM storyyeller
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* ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' by Creator/AgathaChristie. [[spoiler:Everybody dun it.]]
14th May '16 8:06:36 AM Doug86
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* Eric the Red, from ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', is actually several characters under an alias: Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} the first time, an undercover Shi'ar agent named Davan Shakari the second, and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} the third (when it's him, he's called ''Erik'' the Red, as in Erik Magnus Lehnsherr). It's never explained why Shakari chose to use Cyclops' old alias, since there was no connection between them.

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* Eric the Red, from ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', ''ComicBook/XMen'', is actually several characters under an alias: Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} the first time, an undercover Shi'ar agent named Davan Shakari the second, and SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} the third (when it's him, he's called ''Erik'' the Red, as in Erik Magnus Lehnsherr). It's never explained why Shakari chose to use Cyclops' old alias, since there was no connection between them.
29th Apr '16 11:29:29 PM sorako
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29th Apr '16 11:29:15 PM sorako
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* In the VideoGame/NancyDrew game ''Warnings at Waverly Academy'', twin sisters share an identity so they can both attend the exclusive school which only one of them could actually register for.

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* In the VideoGame/NancyDrew game ''Warnings at Waverly Academy'', twin sisters share an identity so they can both attend the exclusive school which only ''VideoGame/HerStory'': [[spoiler: The "woman" are twins, with one of them being snatched by the barren midwife and raised as her own. One being interviewed reveals how she was forced to adopt her sister's identity after the midwife died so she could actually register for.go to school.]]






* ''VideoGame/HerStory'': [[spoiler: The "woman" are twins, with one of them being snatched by the barren midwife and raised as her own. One being interviewed reveals how she was forced to adopt her sister's identity after the midwife died so she could go to school.]]

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* ''VideoGame/HerStory'': [[spoiler: The "woman" are twins, with In the VideoGame/NancyDrew game ''Warnings at Waverly Academy'', twin sisters share an identity so they can both attend the exclusive school which only one of them being snatched by the barren midwife and raised as her own. One being interviewed reveals how she was forced to adopt her sister's identity after the midwife died so she could go to school.]]actually register for.
29th Apr '16 11:27:52 PM sorako
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* In ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'' the famed [[SerialKiller Viridian Killer]] of the 1830 revolution is speculated by a private investigator to have been more than one person, since sightings don't quite match up otherwise. [[spoiler: The brothers [[HangingJudge Romulus]] and [[HidingBehindReligion Remus]], to be precise]].



* In ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' [[spoiler:the three legs of the [[PhantomThief vigilante thief]] Yatagarasu turned out to represent three different people. Calisto Yew, a defense attorney, scoped out targeted buildings. Byrne Faraday, a prosecutor, infiltrated the targeted buildings in order to steal incriminating evidence of illegal activities. [[DetectiveMole Detective Tyrell Badd]] covered up Yatagarasu's activities by being "assigned" to investigate him. In the end though, Calisto was TheMole, working for the criminal syndicate that the latter two wanted to bring down.]] At the end of the game [[spoiler:Kay speculates on finding two other young beauties to be her partners, since previously she'd taken on the name of Second Yatagarasu on her own.]]
* In one of the three Special Episodes of ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'': Explorers of Sky Sunflora must go on a mission to capture an outlaw, a Haunter who is said to be invincible. She eventually discovers [[spoiler: that there are actually three Haunter, and when one of them is knocked out, another replaces him while the other takes the fainted one to safety. With the help of Loudred, Sunflora manages to have all three of them arrested.]]
* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', Beatrice and especially Clair have a lot of this going on ([[CatchPhrase "Oh, I am one yet many"]]). Some of it is LegacyCharacter-based. Other aspects are less so. By the end of the game, there have been at least twelve or so different characters who could lay claim to being Beatrice ([[spoiler:and Clair by extension]]) in some way.
** A less complicated example is [[spoiler:"Tooya Hachijō", the author of Episode 3 to 6: they are a woman (Ikuko Hachijō) and a man (Battler, renamed Tooya after he lost his memories).]]



* The Black Raven from ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheLastSpecter'' is actually [[spoiler:all the children of the marketplace]].



* The Black Raven from ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheLastSpecter'' is actually [[spoiler:all the children of the marketplace]].



* In ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'' the famed [[SerialKiller Viridian Killer]] of the 1830 revolution is speculated by a private investigator to have been more than one person, since sightings don't quite match up otherwise. [[spoiler: The brothers [[HangingJudge Romulus]] and [[HidingBehindReligion Remus]], to be precise]].


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* In ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' [[spoiler:the three legs of the [[PhantomThief vigilante thief]] Yatagarasu turned out to represent three different people. Calisto Yew, a defense attorney, scoped out targeted buildings. Byrne Faraday, a prosecutor, infiltrated the targeted buildings in order to steal incriminating evidence of illegal activities. [[DetectiveMole Detective Tyrell Badd]] covered up Yatagarasu's activities by being "assigned" to investigate him. In the end though, Calisto was TheMole, working for the criminal syndicate that the latter two wanted to bring down.]] At the end of the game [[spoiler:Kay speculates on finding two other young beauties to be her partners, since previously she'd taken on the name of Second Yatagarasu on her own.]]
* In one of the three Special Episodes of ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'': Explorers of Sky Sunflora must go on a mission to capture an outlaw, a Haunter who is said to be invincible. She eventually discovers [[spoiler: that there are actually three Haunter, and when one of them is knocked out, another replaces him while the other takes the fainted one to safety. With the help of Loudred, Sunflora manages to have all three of them arrested.]]
* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'':
** Beatrice and especially Clair have a lot of this going on ([[CatchPhrase "Oh, I am one yet many"]]). Some of it is LegacyCharacter-based. Other aspects are less so. By the end of the game, there have been at least twelve or so different characters who could lay claim to being Beatrice ([[spoiler:and Clair by extension]]) in some way.
** A less complicated example is [[spoiler:"Tooya Hachijō", the author of Episode 3 to 6: they are a woman (Ikuko Hachijō) and a man (Battler, renamed Tooya after he lost his memories).]]
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20th Apr '16 7:22:27 AM MeleKalikimaka
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' episode "Shiv Katall", Emperor Zurg calls upon the titular hitman to track down agents who've gone rogue. [[spoiler:Turns out Shiv is a role shared between Buzz and Commander Nebula to help defectors start new lives]].
15th Apr '16 2:18:25 PM SSJMagus
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* Eric the Red, from ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', is actually several characters under an alias: Cyclops the first time, an undercover Shi'ar agent the second, and Magneto the third (when it's him, he's called ''Erik'' the Red, as in Erik Magnus Lehnsherr).

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* Eric the Red, from ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', is actually several characters under an alias: Cyclops Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} the first time, an undercover Shi'ar agent named Davan Shakari the second, and Magneto SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}} the third (when it's him, he's called ''Erik'' the Red, as in Erik Magnus Lehnsherr).Lehnsherr). It's never explained why Shakari chose to use Cyclops' old alias, since there was no connection between them.
3rd Apr '16 7:49:17 PM Joysweeper
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* In ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'' the famed [[SerialKiller Viridian Killer]] of the 1830 revolution is speculated by a private investigator to have been more than one person, since sightings don't quite match up otherwise. [[spoiler: The brothers [[HangingJudge Romulus]] and [[HidingBehindReligion Remus]], to be precise]].
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