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* In ''Para Handy - A Voyage Round The Stories of Neil Munro'', Sunny Jim, who was introduced in the second ''Para Handy'' book, takes The Tar's place in scenes based on stories from the first book. (Except the bit based on "The Valentine Card That Missed Fire", in which Sunny Jim stands in for Dougie, and Dougie stands in for The Tar.)
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* ''Blog/AlwaysHavingJuice'' features Gaia Mercury, a combination of the Werehog from ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'' and the ghost girl from the ''Night of the Werehog'' short created to promote the game. Dark Gaia as well is a combination of Mephiles the Dark from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' and its namesake, also from ''Unleashed''.
* In ''Fanfic/HauntedMansionAndTheHatboxGhost'', the Ghost Host (faceless in the original Haunted Mansion ride) takes the appearance of the Hatchet Man, a character in a portrait from the Corridor of Doors.
* In ''Series/TheOC'' fanfic 'AVDC', Alex is a combination of herself and Ryan.
* Godzilla in himself has had so many different continuities and incarnations across 60 years in film, that almost any fan-work featuring him is bound to be this. The Big G from the Franchise/{{Godzilla}} and ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' crossover, ''Fanfic/TheBridge'' has elements of this trope. While it's stated he's the grown up Godzilla jr. from the 1980s-90s Heisei series, the images depict him as looking closer to the ''Film/GodzillaAgainstMechagodzilla'' incarnation in appearance. Personality wise he's a mixture of the late Showa and Late Heisei era incarnations.
* The fanfic ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Fanfiction/Happy_Endings Happy Endings?]]'' has so many it's hard to decide where to start:
** [[Main/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]] is also known as the [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland White Queen]].
** Anita Tremaine is an amalgam of [[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Anastasia and Drizella Tremaine]] and [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Anita Radcliffe]].
** Roger Scarlet is both Prince Charming from ''[[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Cinderella]]'', [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Roger Radcliffe]], and [[spoiler:[[Main/PeterPan Captain Hook]]]].
** [[Main/SleepingBeauty Queen Aurora]] and [[Main/SleepingBeauty King Phillip]] are also the deceased parents of [[Main/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]].
** Layton White is based on [[Main/PeterPan Mr. Smee]], while also loosely based on the [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland White Rabbit]].
** Ella is an amalgamation of [[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Cinderella]] [[spoiler: and [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella De Vil]]]].
** Patricia Tremaine is based on both Lady Tremaine from ''[[Disney/{{Cinderella}} Cinderella]]'', and Pat from [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Alice's Adventures in Wonderland]].
* In ''FanFic/TheCaptainOfTheVirtualConsole'', Blaine, being from Pokemon Yellow, has traits of his game and anime selves.
* ''FanFic/EquestrianThrowdown'', Miles Skylark is, according to [[WordOfGod HexMark]] a combination of the two protagonists from his previous scrapped fanfictions.
* ''FanFic/FalloutEquestria'' has the character Red Eye, who combines attributes of many characters from the various Fallout games, including the Lieutenant, John Henry Eden (he even uses Eden's speeches), Ashur, and the Lone Wanderer.
* ''Fanfic/GodSlayingBladeWorks'', [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Emiya Shirou]] from the Heaven's Feel route obtains the memories of [[spoiler: EMIYA as well as the Shirous of the Fate and Unlimited Blade Works routes]].
* ''FanFic/HarmonysWarriors'':
** Cherrilee is [[{{Foreshadowing}} set up]] to become [[spoiler: The Lizard]] in ''The Spectacular Spider-Colt'', but in her first appearance in ''Flutterhulk'', she takes on the role of Sterns/The Leader as the scientist Fluttershy goes to for help.
** Also in ''Flutterhulk'', Snowflake is in the role of Blonsky/The Abomination, but when he eventually [[OneWingedAngel transforms]] he turns into the ComicBook/RedHulk.
** Chrysalis takes on the role of Laufey in ''Soar'', but by the end of the story [[spoiler: has essentially become the Skrull Queen]].
** Due to her [[JekyllAndHyde dual personalities]], Pinkie is both Hawkeye (as herself) and Bullseye (as Pinkamena).
** Dinky is Franklin Richards, though she also has aspects of both Gwen and Mary Jane.
** Diamond Tiara isn't just an AlphaBitch, like several that have appeared in Spider-Man, but she's also Emma Frost.
* In the ''Series/OnceUponATime'' fanfic ''FanFic/InTheShadowOfTheTollBridge'', [[Literature/{{Cinderella}} Ella's]] stepmother is a composite of [[{{Disney/Cinderella}} Lady Tremaine]] and [[{{Film/EverAfter}} Rodmilla de Ghent]].
* In ''Fanfic/JustAnUnorthodoxThief'', Lupin becomes the Servant Assassin. However he's an amalgamation of different incarnations of Lupin. He has the manga version's {{Chessmaster}} abilities, ''The Woman Called Fujiko Mine'' and his first anime version's charisma, skill, and their ruthlessness, and his second anime version's morals.
* In the ''FanFic/JusticeLeagueOfEquestria'' series, Shining Armor's role as Franchise/GreenLantern contains elements from several canonical human Green Lanterns (Hal Jordan's origin story, John Stewart's military background, and Kyle Rayner's self-doubts).
* In ''FanFic/MegaManReawakened'', Robert Light has traits from all versions of Mega Man as well as a ponytail like Zero.
* In ''Fanfic/NecessaryToWin'', [[Anime/GirlsUndPanzer Ami Chouno]] is not only Oarai's temporary tankery teacher like she was in canon, but she also shares a role with [[{{Manga/Saki}} Sukoya Kokaji]], who defeated Harue 10 years ago.
* In ''FanFic/NobodyDies'' the character of Mari Illustrious Makinami is combined with Asuka's unnamed half-sister from the manga. It should be mentioned this was an EpilepticTree for ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion''.
* The ''FanFic/PonyPOVSeries'':
** Several characters are [[spoiler:literally {{reincarnation}}s[=/=]fusions of G3 characters. Most notable is Twilight Sparkle, either a straight reincarnation or a fusion of G3's Minty and G1's Twilight.]]
** Lord Tirek is a composite of his G1 self and his G4 self, due to G1 being the ancient past of G4 in this universe. He has both the Rainbow of Darkness and ruthlessness of his original incarnation and the ManaDrain ability and manipulative capabilities of his G4 incarnation.
* Interestingly averted in the case of the Red Queen and the Queen of Hearts in the Series/{{Glee}} fanfiction ''FanFic/QuinnInWonderland''. The two of them are not only separate characters, but the Red Queen is also a mere [[StealthPun pawn]] for the Queen of Hearts, who is the BigBad. This is played straight, however, with the Dodo and the White Knight, although this makes a little more sense since the two of them are both considered Lewis Carroll's {{Author Avatar}}s.
* The later stories in [[FanFic/RainboomsAndRoyalty The Dashverse]] have indulged in this: In ''May the Best Friends Win'', Trixie combines her canon personality (from "Boast Busters", anyway) with Gilda's role as Rainbow Dash's abrasive friend. Then ''Hot Heads, Cold Hearts and Nerves of Steel'' has [[BigBad Sombra]] combine the backstory and [[FlatCharacter little personality]] canon gave him with aspects of G1 villain Grogar.
* ''WebAnimation/TurnaboutStorm'' has Sonata. She's [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic a unicorn]] that shares some of her characteristics with ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' characters, such as [[IdenticalStranger Mia's looks]], Adrian Andrew's job type, and the ruthlessness of [[AmoralAttorney Manfred Von Karma]] and pre-CharacterDevelopment Edgeworth. Since ''Ace Attorney'' protagonist Phoenix is there, he catches wind of most of these similarities, which freaks him out a little.
-->'''Phoenix:''' ''[InnerMonologue]'' This is getting weeeird...
* In a rather literal example: In ''The Universal Experiment'', the ComicBook/{{Batman}} who appears in the world notes that he has [[Series/{{Batman}} Adam West's nose and height]], [[Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy Christan Bale's build and mouth]], [[Film/BatmanForever Val Kilmer's chin and cheekbones]], [[Film/{{Batman}} Michael Keaton's eyes]], and [[DCAnimatedUniverse Kevin Conroy's voice]]
* In the VertigoComics-style ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'' fic ''The Harmony Trap'', one of the characters is a blue-green eagle whose dimensional-warping powers let him [[{{Shapeshifter}} take other forms]]. He's basically Rubberduck, but he takes the form of Fastback, since belief that the chelonian hero exists helps combat FantasticRacism against Reptiles. In addition, his species suggests American Eagle from ''Final Ark''.
* In ''[[Fanfic/AradsStardust Stardust]]'' and its sequels, Bradford is a composite of the original character of the same name and the player-controlled Commander.
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho''[=/=]''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' crossover fic ''[[http://www.whofic.com/viewstory.php?sid=56720 The All-Consuming Fir]]'', based on the ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures''[=/=]''Literature/SherlockHolmes'' crossover novel ''The All-Consuming Fire'', Colonel Warburton is the only villain, taking on elements of Baron Maupertuis, Tir Ram and [[spoiler: Sherrinford Holmes]] from the novel. His internet handle is Tirram345.
* ''FanFic/PokemonClefairyTales'' has at least a couple of examples:
** The boy who serves as an NPCRoadblock outside of Pewter City is combined with Bug Catcher Colton from Route 3 and given a new trainer class. Justified due to a continuity error the naming system created in ''VideoGame/PokemonFireRedAndLeafGreen''. He's also given elements of Youngster Ben (who, as a consequence of Colton becoming a Youngster, is a [[ScoutOut Camper]] in this story).
** Magical Girl Iris, from Mt. Moon, is a composite of two Lasses: Iris, who uses a Clefairy, and Route 3-based Robin, who uses a Jigglypuff. The combination was fairly easy considering both have Level 14 Pokémon, and also necessary considering the Magical Girl class, original to the story, has its members gather in groups and use the same number of themed Pokémon (in the case of her group, two per trainer). On a side note, there's a Bulbasaur Scout in the Route 3 Cable Club named Robin who is likely a ShoutOut to ''Film/ThePrincessBride'' (e.g. her name being shared with one of the stars and her quoting the film verbatim twice[[note]]Her shouting "Inconceivable!" in particular could also be considered a MythologyGag to ''VideoGame/PokemonGreen'' considering Bulbasaur's mistranslated five-character name in that game could be shorthand for "inconceivable" since its Japanese name can be read to mean "Isn't it strange?"[[/note]]).
* ''Fanfic/LightAndDarkTheAdventuresOfDarkYagami'' features Yotsuba, a single character who apparently represents the Yotsuba company from ''Manga/DeathNote''.
* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'':
** Agent Wisdom combines Marvel's Agent Peter Wisdom with [[spoiler: [[Literature/HarryPotter Regulus Black]]]].
** Many of the Marvel characters used in the story have elements of this, with different character traits/bits of backstory being drawn from different sources.
** [[spoiler: The Phoenix is also [[Comicbook/TheSandman Destruction of the Endless]].]]
** The unnamed British Prime Minister has shades of both real life Prime Minister John Major and his successor Tony Blair, having the former's well-meaning but beleaguered nature, and the latter's [[TheStarscream ambitious Chancellor]].
* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11736421/1/A-RWBY-Zanpakuto A RWBY Zanpakuto]]'': Several characters are mixtures of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' characters.
** Nemu Kurotsuchi has Penny Polendina's looks and marionette abilities. Though she starts out stoic like canon Nemu, she becomes chipper like Penny after being befriended by the others, and she gains "Penny" as a nickname.
** Kyoka Suigetsu's spirit resembles Emerald Sustrai, given both are a MasterOfIllusion.
** Hihijoo Zabimaru has two spirits resembling Melanie and Miltia Malachite.
** Roman Torchwick and Neopolitan fill the role of Coyote Starrk and Lilinette Gingerbuck, complete with Torchwick being lazy like Starrk and Neo badgering him to stay awake. Neo remains mute though.
** Nimaiya, the creator of the zapakuto, has Professor Ozpin's looks and mannerisms.
* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11772125/1/Metroid-Kamen-Rider-Generations-Full-Series Metroid: Kamen Rider Generations]]:''
** [[Series/KamenRiderGaim Mitsuzane Kureshima's]] characterization combines his post-series self, Kouta and Kaito's character traits. Him being Samus's LoveInterest has taken elements of [[Series/KamenRiderBlackRX Reiko Shiratori]].
** [[Series/KamenRiderDrive Gou Shijima's]] personality is a combination of his, and that of [[VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption Gandrayda]]. Considering the fact that he calls Samus with the [[TheNicknamer nickname]] "[[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay Sammy]]".
** Samus's appearance reuses that from ''Metroid Prime 3: Corruption''. Her characterization borrows aspects of hers plus [[Series/KamenRiderRyuki Ren Akiyama]], [[Series/KamenRiderDouble Ryu Terui]], and [[Series/KamenRiderGaim Yoko Minato]].
*** Also, Samus fills the roles of [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Tsukasa Kadoya]] due to their roles as [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds destroyers of worlds]], like Tsukasa who [[PowerCopying power copy]] the abilities of Riders before him, Samus can do so with the Riders after ''Decade''.
*** WordOfGod also states that Samus is essentially [[AllLovingHero Kouta Kazuraba]], [[ByronicHero Kaito]] [[TheRival Kumon]] and [[AllLovingHeroine Mai Takatsukasa]] ''merged into one''. Due to Mitsuzane's friendship with Kouta and his previous interest towards Mai, Samus fills the role of Mai for Mitsuzane who eventually reciprocates his feelings. Also, Samus herself is a BrokenAce, much like Kaito -- Samus is [[{{Determinator}} undeniably strong as him]].
** The [[VideoGame/MetroidFusion AI]] [[VideoGame/MetroidOtherM Adam]] fills the role of both [[VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption Fleet Admiral Castor Dane and Aurora Unit 242]]. Plus, him being inserted as the OS for the [[SuperMode Athena Suit]] makes him one to [[Series/KamenRiderDrive Mr. Belt]].
* ''Fanfic/BlackCrayons'' series: Carly Spencer's role in ''Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon'' is given to [[ActionGirl Mikaela Banes]] in ''A Child's Innocence''. Being Sam Witwicky's LoveInterest, being employed by Dylan Gould, [[spoiler: [[IHaveYourWife getting kidnapped by Dylan Gould]] to be used as leverage against Sam]], et cetera. [[spoiler: Everything except for convincing Megatron to turn on Sentinel Prime, [[PluckyGirl Annabelle Lennox]] is the one who does that, although in her case, she does it unintentionally.]] Also, unlike Carly, Mikaela spends more time trying to help Sam, the military, and the Autobots [[spoiler: in Chicago while the Decepticons are attacking. Including pulling off some impressive CarFu]].
* In ''Fanfic/{{Marionettes}}'', it turns out Nurse Redheart is a combination of her canon self and [[spoiler:[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTales Sweetheart]], having experienced an alternate version of the events of that series when she was younger, as well as being Teddy's love interest.]]
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* According to the interview tapes for Two-Face in ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'', Carmine Falcone replaces Sal Maroni as the one responsible for Harvey Dent's disfigurement and transformation into Two-Face.
** In fact, quite a lot of the characters in the Arkham series borrow aspects from different Batman continuities. The baseline for most of the characters come from the comics and animated series, but then you have touches and references to other versions mixed in.
* A Composite Character ''Class'' example is from later ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' games. ''VideoGame/Battlefield2'' had seven different player classes[[note]]Assault, Medic, Anti-Tank, Support, Special Forces, Engineer, and Sniper[[/note]]. Later games trimmed the number down and compiled gadgets, weapons, and bonuses from classes that were to be cut into classes that remained - both ''VideoGame/Battlefield2142'' and ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield 3}}'' removed the Medic kit and [[CombatMedic gave their medical supplies to Assault]].
* ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'':
** The [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyI Warrior of Light]] and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIII Onion Knight]] are both single characters that represent the four-man FeaturelessProtagonist team from their respective games. The Onion Knight was especially strange, as there was already a DS remake of ''III'' that gave identities to the heroes.
** Exdeath has the appearance of his humanoid and armored form, yet he wants to return everything to the Void, which is what Neo-Exdeath's goal was.
** Cloud takes his appearance and his in-battle attitude from the original game (including the 'classic' design for his Buster Sword), but his personality, fighting moves, dialogue, animations and many {{Homage Shot}}s incorporate his ''Film/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren'' interpretation, his ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' cameo and Zack in ''VideoGame/CrisisCore'' (although, considering Cloud's [[FakeMemories basic concept]], this'd be hard to avoid). In particular, the scene where he informs Sephiroth that fighting him is pointless because he's fought him so many times is meant to be understood as a [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall meta-reference to the repeated times they've had to fight each other over various media]]. He does get a couple of scenes where he acts in the same tough-talking, egotistical way as his original game conception, particularly his in-battle dialogue and poses.
** Similarly, Kain incorporates character elements from his extensive part as a much older character in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears'', being much more noble and mature than the rather rash and selfish character he was in the original game.
** Kefka splits the difference between his PsychopathicManchild, AmbiguousInnocence Japanese personality and the [[ItAmusedMe giggling sadist]] MonsterClown he was in the English version.
** Laguna's moveset borrows several {{Limit Break}}s from Barret Wallace, another fatherly BoisterousBruiser ''FinalFantasy'' Gunner who did not appear in ''Dissidia''.
** Yuna's a Summoner like she was in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', but her plot about seeking Tidus is the same as her plot in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2'', and she's able to equip [[SameCharacterButDifferent guns]].
* In the NES version of ''[[VideoGame/DoubleDragon Double Dragon II: The Revenge]]'', the enemy character Abore is a combination of two different enemies from the arcade version. His moves are similar to the ones used by the Mission 2 boss from the arcade version (who was given the name "Abore" in the Mega Drive version), but his appearance resembles that of a recurring sub-boss (a HeadSwap of Bolo/Abobo named "Oharra" in the Mega Drive version).
** The [[VideoGame/{{Double Dragon 1}} original NES game]] also had Jimmy Lee, who not only serves as the new final boss, but essentially replaces Jeff (the head-swapped Lee brother boss from the arcade version) as the boss who [[MirrorBoss uses all of the player's moves.]]
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' provides some In-Universe cases:
** According to some sources, this is a possibility for [[DeityOfHumanOrigin Talos, the deity]]. Whatever [[MindScrew Mind Screwy]], [[RealityWarper Reality Warping]] process was responsible for his [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOFExistence ascent to godhood]], it brought together multiple timelines where he was ''all of'' Ysmir, Hjalti Earlybeard, and any other historical figures attributed to him, regardless of the conflicts. He even went as far as to do a CosmicRetcon and make himself one man as a mortal in the past.
** Similarly true for [[PhysicalGod Dagoth Ur and the Tribunal]]. Their use of the Heart of Lorkhan to achieve godhood is said to have brought together two timelines: one where they were the mortal advisors Voryn Dagoth, Vehk, Ayem, and Seht who ascended to godhood, and another where they had always been gods. If you can decipher the insanity, Vivec's ''[[InGameNovel 36 Lessons]]'' explains some of the details of this.
* Haken Browning and Kaguya Nanbu from ''VideoGame/EndlessFrontier'' take after both the OriginalGeneration character they share the name of, and the one they share the sex of. Overall, Haken is more like Kyosuke, but inherits Excellen's combat style and flirtatiousness, while Kaguya takes more after Excellen, but inherits Kyosuke's more down-to-earth personality (but not his intelligence) and a combat style much more like his -- though not identical.
* In ''VisualNovel/FullMetalAlchemistBluebirdsIllusion'', [[spoiler: Father and Hohenheim are ''one and the same'']]--it's horrifying when you [[FridgeHorror stop and think about it]]. As this is a fanwork created back when the manga was still [[spoiler:[[RedHerring trying to set up Hohenheim as the bad guy]]]], this composite was likely unintentional.
* The UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem version of ''GoldenAxe'' ditched the three main characters from the arcade version and introduced a new one named Tarik, who is a renamed Ax Battler with the abilities to use the magic powers from the original trio.
** Ironically enough, Tarik and Ax Battler were combined into one character in ''Golden Axe: Beast Rider'' named "Tarik the Ax Battler."
* In the video game adaptation of ''Film/IronMan3'', Aldrich Killian becomes ComicBook/{{MODOK}} after [[BrainUploading uploading his mind]] into an android body.
* One of the {{Alternate Universe}}s in ''VideoGame/InfiniteCrisis'' is a loose adaptation the {{Elseworlds}} ''ComicBook/BatmanVampire'' trilogy, but sees ComicBook/RasAlGhul replace Literature/{{Dracula}} as the villain who turned Batman into a vampire and Damian Wayne replace Dick Grayson as a Robin who becomes a vampire.
* ''VideoGame/KillerInstinct: Season 3'' adds an Arbiter from ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' as a playable character, but rather than opt for one of the pre-existing Arbiter characters, the ''KI'' fighter is described by the developers as "an amalgam of historical Arbiters".
* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'':
** In the original ''Kingdom Hearts'', Cloud is a composite of himself and Vincent Valentine from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII''. He keeps Cloud's overall look, fighting style and some of his gestures, but gains Vincent's personality, goth aesthetic and association with monsters/undeath, with Vincent's [[TheLostLenore fixation on Lucrecia]] transferred to Aerith. This was because the 'part' was originally written for Vincent, but they decided that Vincent didn't suit the game and changed it to Cloud. [[AdaptationDisplacement Then a toned-down version of this personality became imported back into of Cloud's appearances]] in the ''Compilation of Final Fantasy VII''.
** Similarly to Cloud, Yuffie is a composite of herself and Rikku from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', because the 'part' was originally written for Rikku, but the idea of having both a [[NamesTheSame Rikku and Riku]] in the same game was considered to be potentially confusing. It's less noticeable as their personalities aren't as different as Cloud and Vincent's, both being energetic and materialistic teenage girls. Yuffie keeps her fighting style, big ego and ''some'' of her sarcasm, but gains Rikku's easygoing attitude, speaking patterns and dress sense.
** When [[spoiler: Lea]] comes BackFromTheDead, it's as a CompositeCharacter ''of himself.'' [[spoiler: He keeps Axel's clothing, weapons, powers, and memories, but regains his original memories and insists on being called Lea.]] WordOfGod is that this applies to everyone who goes through this resurrection process.
* The character Beauty in ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVIHeirTodayGoneTomorrow'' is unsurprisingly based on the heroine of ''Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast'', but her initial circumstances (slaving under a wicked stepmother) are those of Cinderella.
* While not exactly "characters" in the regular sense, several of [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} Kirby's]] copy abilities in ''Kirby's Adventure'' had their moves added to other abilities in later installments, mainly because copy abilities having multiple moves made them obselete (Fireball's move was added to Fire, Freeze's move was added to Ice, Throw and Backdrop becoming Suplex, etc.).
** Boss characters may occasionally borrow appearance and movesets from older characters. The most blatant example being [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland Magolor]]. Motive wise, he's a mix between [[ManipulativeBastard Marx]] and [[EldritchAbomination Zero]]. Appearance wise, he resembles Marx in default form, Nightmare while in wizard form and Dark Mind while in soul form. Attacks wise he borrows from [[WaveMotionGun Dark Mind]], [[TeleportSpam Marx]] and [[MirrorBoss Miracle Matter]]. And his {{Leitmotif}} is a BossRemix of Nightmare's theme and Green Greens.]]
* In ''VideoGame/LufiaCurseOfTheSinistrals'', Camu, a minor villain from [[VideoGame/LufiaIIRiseOfTheSinistrals the original game]], is removed entirely and his plot arc is instead carried out by Idura, giving the latter a larger role in the story.
* In ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes'', Ryu could change his fighting style and palette mid-fight to match those of Ken's and Akuma's. This is because he is not meant to be a standard incarnation of Ryu, but a combination of himself, Ken, and Akuma representing the entire ''StreetFighter'' series. This is why his theme music in the game is the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' title tune instead of his usual theme and why he is labelled as "Complete Change Ryu" in the [=PS1=] version. A more subtle example is Zangief, who can switch between his regular self and his alternate Mecha-Zangief form, who was originally an alternate character in ''[[VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesVsStreetFighter Marvel vs. Street Fighter]]''.
** Haggar fits gameplay wise. He was supposed to be a character in Street Fighter 2, but was replaced with Zangief. He appears again in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' as a standalone character, using moves he already had and a couple of nods to Zangief. His theme is also a composite of Cody and Guy's themes from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV''.
** ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' also has a ton of unlockable [[WholeCostumeReference costumes]] for the Marvel characters that are taken from other, unplayable heroes. For example, you can unlock the Sam Alexander Comicbook/{{Nova}} costume for Richard Rider, the [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn Iron Patriot]] suit for Comicbook/IronMan, Comicbook/ThePunisher's post-''Comicbook/CivilWar'' duds for ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, and so on.
* The Proto Man in ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' is based not only on the original [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Proto Man]] (name and general appearance), but [[VideoGame/MegaManX Zero]] (long hair, prefers close combat, specifically swords) as well.
** Meanwhile, Zero is [[spoiler:the carrier of the [[TheVirus Maverick Virus]], the real cause of the war]] in the ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series. When a version of Zero actually appears in ''Battle Network'', [[spoiler:he ''is'' TheVirus himself.]]
** The four Dark Man robots in ''VideoGame/MegaMan5'' were represented in both the ''Battle Network'' game series and [[WesternAnimation/MegaMan the Western cartoon adaptation of the Classic series]] by the singular Dark Man.
* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'', Vamp is a composite of two characters from the game's original plan - the original Vamp, and Chinaman. Vamp kept his main personality but inherited Chinaman's water-based and magic-themed powers (such as standing on water, swimming, shadow-pinning) in addition to his own immortality, bullet-dodging and parkour, and the boss fight with him is based primarily on the encounter planned with Chinaman with the railing parkour from Vamp's encounter thrown in. This explains why a large chunk of the powers Vamp uses in that boss fight are not previously shown in the story at all and come across as a bit random. Chinaman still appears in a flashback, as the dark-haired man in Fatman's arms when Pliskin tells Raiden about Dead Cell.
* The unmasked version of Sub-Zero was among the list of characters that were cut out from the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} version of ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombat3 Mortal Kombat Trilogy]]''. However, his two exclusive special moves, Ice Clone and Ice Shower, were instead given to the masked Sub-Zero.
* ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale'' has just about the entire roster taking elements and abilities from their home series with little to no respect for canon. [[Franchise/JakAndDaxter Jak]]'s default outfit takes most of its influence from ''Jak 3'' along with all the outfits he's worn throughout the series, while his Eco abilities match the game they came from by Level. [[note]]Eco Vent as his Level 1, Dark Jak as his Level 2 and Light Jak as his Level 3[[/note]] [[VideoGame/{{Uncharted}} Nathan Drake]] uses weapons and tactics from ''[[VideoGame/Uncharted3DrakesDeception Drake's Deception]]'', yet his Level 3 Super utilizes the El Dorado sarcophagus from ''[[VideoGame/UnchartedDrakesFortune Drake's Fortune]]'', which has sunk into the ocean by the end of that game. [[VideoGame/BioShock Big Daddy]] fights like a standard [[VideoGame/BioShock1 Bouncer type]], yet can use plasmids like Subject Delta from ''VideoGame/BioShock2'' and his unlockable icons reference VideoGame/BioShockInfinite. These are just a few examples.
* Also a Composite Character Class is Youngsters from ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' onwards. Since Bug Catchers don't appear in Unova and Kalos, Youngsters start using Bug-type Pokemon to compensate.
* A literal example from ''VideoGame/Rockman4MinusInfinity'': the Chimerabots are combinations of Robot Masters from the [[VideoGame/MegaMan1 first]] [[VideoGame/MegaMan2 three]] [[VideoGame/MegaMan3 games]]: Cut Man and Elec Man for the first, Wood Man and Quick Man for the second, and Needle Man and Gemini Man for the third. Each robot is the body and weapon of one Master with the AI and weapon path of the other.
* ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'':
** It's been suggested that Saika Magoichi is a combination of Suzuki Shigehide (who sided with Hideyoshi in [=SW1=]-2) and Suzuki Shigetomo (Who sided with Masamune in the latter half of [=SW2 and SW3=]), both men who held the title of "Saika Magoichi", which is treated as the composite character's.
** Kunoichi [[MsFanservice stands]] in for the historical Sanada Ten Braves, while Kotaro Fuma may also be a composite character for the Fuma ninja clan.
* The Spyro of ''VideoGame/{{Skylanders}}'' mixes the classic ''VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon'' personality with ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro Legend of]]'' Spyro's backstory.
* Not in regards to the characters themselves, but several of the Heroes' weaponry in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015'' are taken from the [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]] and assigned to the characters as they appear in the original films. For example, while Lando is obviously based on his appearance in the films, he carries the blaster he wields in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels''. Similarly, due to his limited movie screentime, Dengar possesses weapons and abilities based on his appearance in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''.
* Dan Hibiki from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' is essentially the two main characters from ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' combined into one, looking a lot like Robert Garcia, but wearing Ryo Sakazaki's gi.
* The Emperor Zul in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsDestiny'' is a combination of ''Anime/GodMars'''s Emperor Zul (has his appearance, personality and empire), [[Anime/MiraiRoboDaltanious Daltanias's]] Emperor Dolmen (because of the Kroppen cloning plot) and the King of Vega (he led the attack that destroyed Planet Fleed))
* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'':
** Mr. Game And Watch primarily looks like the random jumping civilians from the Game and Watch game "Fire", but he has many weapons based on many other VideoGame/GameAndWatch games.
** Ness and Lucas from the ''VideoGame/{{Mother}}'' series use certain PSI abilities that they can't learn in their respective games, but their allies Paula, Poo and Kumatora can.
** Zelda uses spells Link learns in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]''. ''Brawl'' onwards uses the character design of her ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'' incarnation, but transforms into Sheik like her ''Ocarina of Time''-derived appearance in ''Melee''. The fourth game replaces Sheik (who is now a separate character) with her ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks Spirit Tracks]]'' incarnation in Phantom armor.
** Solid Snake has elements from every appearance of his (and his original template Naked Snake) in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series: he has the Codec from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', the outfit and equipment from ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid 2|SonsOfLiberty}}'', the alternate camo patterns and [[BigEater food-eating noises]] from ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid 3|SnakeEater}}'', and also fights to music from the original ''[[VideoGame/MetalGear1 Metal Gear]]'', ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPortableOps Portable Ops]]'', and ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid 4|GunsOfThePatriots}}''.
** [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]] in the fourth game is mostly the basic design from the Classic series, but uses elements from the ''Manga/MegaManMegamix'' manga such as lines around the body and the hands and feet having a subtly different design.
** While Mewtwo from ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' is largely based on its incarnation in ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie'', in the fourth game it Mega Evolves into Mega Mewtwo Y for its Final Smash, similarly to the (controversial) second Mewtwo introduced in ''Anime/PokemonGenesectAndTheLegendAwakened''.
** Duck Hunt (Duo), in addition to representing their [[VideoGame/DuckHunt self-titled game]], also use the can from ''Hogan's Alley'' and various enemies from ''Wild Gunman'' as attacks.
** Pac-Man uses his ''VideoGame/PacManWorld'' design, but can also change into his iconic "missing-slice pizza" form in [[VideoGame/PacMan the original arcade game]]. He also uses elements from other Namco arcade games, such as the trampoline from ''VideoGame/{{Mappy}}'' and the tractor beam of a [[VideoGame/{{Galaga}} Boss Galaga]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 3'' and ''Tag Tournament'', Ogre has many moves from several characters who didn't appear in the game, most notably Jun, who is rumored to have been killed by him. He also has some of Anna's moves because Anna was originally not going to be included in ''Tekken 3'' as the games were trying to phase out clone characters.
** Raven was introduced as a replacement character for Kunimitsu. As Kunimitsu's moves were almost entirely the same as Yoshimitsu's with a few exclusive moves, a new fighting style was developed for Raven, and her exclusive moves were added to his moveset.
*** All Jacks from Gun Jack onwards are considered regular Jacks, but have the flying move introduced by Tekken 2's Prototype Jack. P. Jack only existed in the first place because the first two games had subbosses.
*** Lee Chaolan had the same moves as Marshall Law with a few added in the first two games. Tekken 3 introduced Forest Law who has more flips and is more fast moving than Marshall. The Lee Chaolan of Tekken Tag added more of Forest's moves to Lee's moveset, and some more kicks to make him unique. When Marshall returned in Tekken 4, he was like his old self, whereas Lee was more similar to Forest. By Tekken 5, Lee is completely distinct with more kicks, and this is most obvious in Tekken Tag 2 when Forest returned after several absences from games.
* When the ''Videogame/{{Touhou}}'' game moved from the PC-98 to Windows things ''changed''. One of the striking examples is Marisa, who really only kept the basic theme and appearance of the PC-98 character of that name. Her new personality is much more similar to (the now absent) Mima's.
** Both of the Moriya Shrine goddesses, Kanako Yasaka and Suwako Moriya, have elements of several other deities such as Take-Minakata, his wife Yasakatome, and Take-Mikazuchi. It's also implied Kanako came into existence as an in-universe example, from the worship of a group of people venerated as a single entity.
* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' manages with a in-universe example of this trope with [[spoiler: Yasu who created [[AmbiguousGender his/her]] Beatrice persona based upon the ghost legends surrounding Beatrice on Rokkenjima, the rumors about Kinzo's secret lover, her mother's and grandmother's identities and her self]].
* Gameplay-wise, Cassie from the upcoming ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' is a composite of her two parents, as far as her fighting style goes, combining both Sonya Blade and Johnny Cage's moves from previous games, with a little of Jax and Stryker's thrown in.
* In the first ''VideoGame/XMenLegends'', Allison Crestmere (Magma of the ComicBook/NewMutants) is given a personality and background similar to Comicbook/KittyPryde and the powers of her mainstream counterpart. The developers admitted that they wanted to use Kitty Pryde, but her powers don't translate well to an action RPG.
** This also applies to most of the characters that appear in the game, as they appear with their mainstream "Earth 616" personalities and backstories, but start by default with their Ultimate appearances. The sequel also adds ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' into the mix.
** It's ''really'' hard to combine AOA and 616 Sabretooth. Blink sees him as a JerkWithAHeartOfGold because "Mr. Creed" rescued her once (purely out of the goodness of his heart. In character for AOA.) Your character is more familiar with a 616 Sabretooth, saying "If he's got a good heart, it's because he ripped it out of someone's chest!" It really is as if you've met two different Victor Creeds. All the other cast members, though, are the straight-up 616 versions wearing the UltimateMarvel costumes.
** Dark Beast is another example. In the comics, Dark Beast is Beast's EvilCounterpart from the ''Age of Apocalypse'' universe who ended up on the mainstream Marvel Universe. In the game, Dark Beast is the original Beast after he's rendered BrainwashedAndCrazy.
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** Goodwitch is a composite of the good witches from ''Oz'' and Obi-Wan from ''Star Wars'', with elements of Qui-Gon Jinn from the latter (her lightsword is green like Qui-Gon's, and her robes take some inspiration from his).
** Similarly, Wickedwitch combines elements of the wicked witches with Darth Maul (using his distinctive dual-bladed lightsaber) and Darth Vader (she appears at least partially cybernetic).
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** Kozmo Goodwitch is a composite of the good witches from ''Oz'' and Obi-Wan from ''Star Wars'', with elements of Qui-Gon Jinn from the latter (her lightsword is green like Qui-Gon's, and her robes take some inspiration from his).
** Similarly, Kozmoll Wickedwitch combines elements of the wicked witches with Darth Maul (using his distinctive dual-bladed lightsaber) and Darth Vader (she appears at least partially cybernetic).
** Kozmo Farmgirl is a more straightforward fusion of Dorothy and Luke Skywalker.
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* In the manga adaptation of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', Dark Link is the demon of the Kakariko Well instead of Bongo Bongo.
* Maybelle West in ''Anime/AgathaChristiesGreatDetectivesPoirotAndMarple'' takes the role and dialogue of other characters from the original stories. Also, Inspector Sharpe, who only appears in ''Hickory Dickory Dock'' (that book wasn't adapted in the series), takes the role of Japp. It is believed that this is because Japp sounds like Jap, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jap an offensive way to call a Japanese]].
* Atlas from TheEighties' ''Anime/AstroBoy''. He is a composite of three different characters from the manga: the original Atlas, a minor villain with a new type of AI that allowed him to break the laws of robotics; Cobalt, Astro's "brother"; and the Blue Knight, who was the robot version of Malcolm X. The 2000s series featured the Blue Knight as his own character, but its version of Atlas was still a composite of Atlas and Cobalt.
** This seems to happen a lot in ''Astroboy'' adaptations. In ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' numerous characters with secret identities have their original alter-egos replaced with completely different characters from established storylines (Blue Bon being replaced by [[spoiler:President Rag]] as Blue Knight, for instance) and even entirely different Tezuka stories, like Nuka being part of the Deathmask from ''PrimeRose''.
** Continuing this tradition, Creator/NaokiUrasawa's ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' features a main villain who is a composite of [[spoiler:the original Dr Abullah/Goji, Shadow from the 2003 series and a minor robot character from an obscure story from the original manga who was raised to think he was a man]]. King Darius is also a composite of the original story's sultan Chochi-Chochi Abbaba III (deposed middle eastern ruler who finances Pluto's construction) and Cleopatra from the ''Cleopatra's Heart'' story (legitimizes his dictatorship by claiming to be a descendant of a famous historical figure).
* Mariel Lubie from the ''Anime/CodeGeass'' AlternateContinuity manga ''Suzaku of the Counterattack'' combines aspects of three characters from the anime (Cecile's GadgeteerGenius, Euphemia's being role as Suzaku's love interest, and Shirley's "girl next door" qualities) into a single character who meshes better with the story's setting.
* ''Manga/{{Cyborg009}}'':
** The 1967 "Monster Wars" film had the Mythos cyborg Helena merged with the Pu'Awak princess Helen into a "Helena" character that was ''also'' codenamed "Cyborg 0010".
** The twist ending of the 2007 ''Manga/SkullMan'' anime reveals that the titular hero [[spoiler: goes on to become Black Ghost, the BigBad of ''Manga/Cyborg009''.]]
* In the anime adaptation of ''Manga/DeathNote'', the US president whom [[spoiler: Mello blackmails, and later dies ,with WordOfGod stating that it's "believed Kira disposed of"]], is combined with the character of [[spoiler: his replacement from the manga]].
* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' vs ''Manga/GetterRobo'' manga combines different versions of probably all characters, aside Emperor Gore - Akira acts like his manga version but has powers of 70's anime Devilman, Ryoma and Hayato are their 70's anime incarnations with few traits of their manga versions and Silene seems to be a mix of anime version and later incarnations from different titles.
** While Devilman in the manga was the result of the Demon Amon possessing Akira, his 1972 anime counterpart was a demon who killed and took over Akira's body.
* Jou's (rarely seen) brothers Shin and Shuu became Jim in the American dub of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'' (and dubs based on it). Hilariously enough, the final episode shows the two standing side by side; this is never commented on. Whether or not this was intentional or a translation error is unknown.
** In a much more minor example, 02's dub also made Adventure's Digitamamon and his cousin who ran a Chinese restaurant the same character.
* Mallanox in ''Anime/EagleRiders'', the CutAndPasteTranslation of [[Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman Gatchaman II and Gatchaman F]], is an example. In ''Gatchaman II'', Leader X employed Gel Sadra as his [[TheDragon lieutenant]], who was replaced by [[AristocratsAreEvil Count Egobossler]] in ''Gatchaman F'' after the former [[GoOutWithASmile peacefully died]]. To transition between both shows, Gel Sadra's original death scene was altered to have Cybercon (Leader X) transform Mallanox into a new form: Happy Boy (Count Egobossler).
* ''[[Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne Escaflowne: The Movie]]'' writes out Emperor Dornkirk and makes Folken the leader of Zaibach in his place.
* ''New Manga/GetterRobo'' has Benkei Musashiboh, the third man and TheBigGuy of the Getter team. He has traits from both Musashi, the original Big Guy, and Benkei, [[spoiler: the [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute one who replaced Musashi]] after his HeroicSacrifice.]]
** The main robot of New itself counts, being based on Shin Getter's overall looks, with design cues from both Getter Dragon and the original Getter, while performing the latter's role as the first main Getter of that universe1.
** There's also Kei Kuruma from in Getter Robo Armageddon, based on manga's Kei Minamikaze, with role similar to Sho Tachibana (also from Getter Robo Go) and [[TheReveal it is later revealed]] she was [[spoiler:[[RaisedAsTheOppositeGender Armageddon's universe's Genki Saotome]], original Getter's {{tagalong kid}}.]]
* Madame Sulliman from ''Anime/HowlsMovingCastle'' is a combination of two characters from the book: Howl's old magic teacher, who was not affiliated with the king, and Wizard Suliman, the King's head wizard. He is a young man [[spoiler: transformed into a dog, who ends up marrying one of Sophie's sisters.]]
* Taken to ridiculous extremes with Josuke, the main character of ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure'' [[Manga/JoJolion Part 8]]. While he's technically the AU counterpart of Josuke (protagonist of [[Manga/DiamondIsUnbreakable Part 4]]), early on, we are led to believe his true identity is Yoshikage Kira. Later on, not only do we find out that [[spoiler:Kira himself is a CompositeCharacter of Kira and ''[[Manga/StardustCrusaders Jotaro]]'', but that Josuke himself is a FusionDance (i.e. the ''literal'' version of this trope), being a synthesis of Kira and an unnamed man ultimately revealed to be Josefumi Kujo.]]
** In terms of his character design, his face and build are almost identical to Jotaro as drawn in the new art style, he spouts his "ORA!" (although one randomly becomes "ARA!") and RapidFireFisticuffs when fighting, wears sailor clothes referencing Jotaro's marine profession (though those originally belonged to Kira, who was a ship's doctor), and occasionally bears Jotaro's "raised hand/halt" insignia.
** His personality has a lot of similarities to Kira from "Diamond is Unbreakable", being extremely analytical and mathematically inclined, with some really weird habits such as sleeping ''under'' mattresses for comfort. Though he's not amoral or deviant.
** He also has a strong value for friendship and GuileHero tendencies like his actual namesake, Josuke. It helps that their Stands work more by affecting the environment than actually combating enemies, so they go about fighting in the same manner.
* Sumire Saitou from ''Manga/KOn'' (2011 manga), one of Azusa's new bandmates, is a combination of Mugi's appearance (without the BigOlEyebrows) and her tea-making-skills, Mio's ShrinkingViolet personality, including being Sawako's new favorite cosplay victim, and Ritsu's role as the drummer.
* A fairly minor one in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha TheMovie 1st''. Two of the more memorable MonsterOfTheWeek in the first season, namely the HellHound and the MegaNeko, were combined into one in this AdaptationDistillation, having the plot-important kitty grow into a [[PantheraAwesome demon panther]] that serves as the catalyst for Nanoha and Fate's first meeting.
* Shinn Asuka from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny'' is pretty much one to both [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Amuro]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Kamille]], his Impulse is similar to The RX-78 Gundam a CombiningMecha consisting of legs as one section, upper body as another, and SpaceFighter[=/=]MetaMecha cockpit as the torso, and a very similar red-with-gold-cross design for its shield just like Amuro even his dub voice is Amuro's Zeta dub voice and he has {{Wangst}} UnstoppableRage due to suffering through a TraumaCongaLine, and [[LoveHurts romantic troubles]] with their [[DatingCatwoman enemy-cum-love interest]] just like Kamille.
** Kira Yamato is a mix of Amuro and [[Anime/TurnAGundam Loran Cehack]], even borrowing Loran's story/romance arc (e.g., Kira/Loran's relationships with Fllay Allster/Sochie Heim and later, Lacus Clyne/Dianna Soriel, with the latter being [[ChastityCouple a platonic couple]]).
** Athrun Zala is a mix of [[CharClone Char Aznable]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Heero Yuy]]. Some of Char's traits that appear in Athrun include him piloting red mobile suits and served as Kira's main rival in both shows. Similar to Heero, Athrun pilots transformable mobile suits, and has a tendency to self-detonate his mobile suits.
* Many {{Historical Domain Character}}s were composited in ''LightNovel/TheAmbitionOfOdaNobuna'':
** Hachisuka Goemon is a {{Gender flip}}ped composite between [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hachisuka_Masakatsu Hachisuka Masakatsu]], one of UsefulNotes/ToyotomiHideyoshi's subordinates, and UsefulNotes/IshikawaGoemon.
** Oda Nobukatsu is a composite of the namesake aka [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oda_Nobuyuki Oda Nobuyuki]], his son [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsuda_Nobusumi Tsuda Nobusumi]] (which explained his name change, as historically Nobukatsu was killed by UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga when Nobusumi was still an infant), and then [[spoiler:[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oichi Oichi]], Nobunaga's sister. Yes, he was sent off, crossdressed, to Asai Nagamasa]].
** Saitou Yoshikatsu is a composite of the namesake and his son Tatsuoki.
** Himiko is the composite of the three Japanese emperors that may be on throne in the latter half of 16th century.
* ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'':
** A few ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' characters are composite characters, usually mixed with minor characters. Falkner first appeared as the Police character in Elm's lab, for example.
** Kris was the protagonist of ''Pokemon Crystal'' but Lyra from the remakes is apparently a completely separate character. In ''Adventures'', Crystal was originally a counterpart to Kris, but once Kris was removed from the game series canon in the remakes of ''Gold and Silver'' and replaced with Lyra, Crystal became a counterpart to the latter.
** X from the ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' chapters of ''Adventures'' is a counterpart to Calem as the protagonist. However, Y, the manga's counterpart to Serena, is the daughter of Grace[[note]]normally the ''player character's'' mom[[/note]] instead of X ''in addition to'' being the long-term resident of Vaniville[[note]]i.e. TheRival[[/note]]; X is ConvenientlyAnOrphan.
* The classic ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime:
** Ash was was originally just an [[AdaptationNameChange anime counterpart]] of Red, [[PlayerCharacter the protagonist of]] [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue the first generation]]. Starting around ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'' he started loosely following the path of Ethan, the male protagonist of that generation. Ever since, he has co-opted the male protagonist of that generation[[note]]with [[Videogame/PokemonBlackAndWhite one exception]][[/note]] and often interacts with the female protagonist of said generation[[note]]Again, excepting ''both'' Gen 5 ladies; and yes, [[Videogame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Lyra]] [[GuestStarPartyMember counts]],[[/note]] with said female often acting as a {{Deuteragonist}}. Not to mention that, starting from the DP saga onwards, he wears outfits based on the playable characters' clothes of each generation.
** Anabel is a combination of her game self with Yellow of ''Manga/PokemonAdventures''.
** Serena's quest in the middle of the ''Videogame/PokemonXAndY'' arc is an alternate version of Contests from ''Videogame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'',[[note]]that is, lacking the battles of the Anime's R&S and D&P Contests but being girl-only and having the trainer ''herself'' perform on stage as well, neither element present in the actual game Contests,[[/note]] whose remakes were made in that generation. This plus [[SatelliteLoveInterest her other primary character aspect]] effectively made her a Composite of her game counterpart[[note]]Specifically as PlayerCharacter with her just starting her journey having followed her mom in foreign lands up to this point, though, as stated above, she isn't the ''actual'' lead,[[/note]] and [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Yancy Yancy]], an IdolSinger who is ''[[Videogame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Nate's]]'' ImpliedLoveInterest.[[note]]Serena's interst being in Ash, who had absorbed Nate's role in the prior saga, again see above.[[/note]]
* Due to the time constraints of a feature film, the Angels Zeruel and Armisael were merged into one character in the second ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie. Notably, Zeruel did not display the ability to [[TheAssimilator absorb and assimilate victims]] in the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion original anime]], a trait that instead belonged to Armisael.
** Also, Sahaquiel's appearance. Being more eldritch than in the original, its first form shown, as a big immaterial floating ball of black and white eye-spots takes some hints from Leliel and Matarael, who, naturally, didn't show up in ''Rebuild''.
* Dana Sterling in ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' is a composite of [[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Komilia Maria Fallyna Jenius]] and [[Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross Jeanne Francaix]]. She's the daughter of Max and [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Milia/Miriya]], appearing as Komilia in the first part of the series, and growing up into Jeanne in the second part.
* The Shirogane Brothers of ''Anime/GoLion'', Takashi and Ryou, were melded in ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'' to become [[SixthRanger Sven]]. Interestingly, Ryou was introduced as Takashi's BackUpTwin after the outcry over [[SacrificialLamb the latter's death six episodes in]]. So, because of the NeverSayDie mentality, [[{{Woolseyism}} it seemed natural for WEP to adjust the script accordingly]]: [[SparedByTheAdaptation the "injured and recovering on another planet" Sven healed up]].
* By ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' Goku became a mixture of [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest Sun Wukong]] and Franchise/{{Superman}}. He's originally base on the Monkey King, having his great strength, ability to learn techniques from seeing them once, his monkey characteristics and mischievous personality, a staff that can extent to any size, and a magic cloud that he flies on as a child. He's like Superman by having a similar backstory to him, especially in ''Dragon Ball Minus'', being a very heroic character who often saves the world, [[AdaptationalHeroism which is played up more in the English dub]], and is seen as one of the strongest characters in their respective universes.
* ''Anime/XMen'':
** Takeo Sasaki is basically a {{Race Lift}}ed verison of Ultimate Proteus, which makes him a combination of the classic Proteus and Legion. His RealityWarper abilities and status as the son of a prominent mutant researcher come from the former, while TheReveal of him being [[spoiler: Professor Xavier's mentally unstable illegitimate child]] comes from the latter.
** Mastermind is given Sebastian Shaw's role as the Hellfire Club/Inner Circle's leader.
* In ''Anime/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'', Technovore is initially introduced as basically Extremis combined with Ezekiel's bio-enhancements from the comics. [[spoiler: It becomes the more familiar inhuman-robot-virus near the end.]]
* The original ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' manga wrote Lum's Stormtroopers out of the series after Mendou arrived, but the TV show brought them back [[AscendedExtra in far bigger roles]]. This meant that many episodes would give them lines and scenes that originally belonged to Kosuke, Ataru's friend from the manga who was AdaptedOut of the TV series.
* In the mid-1980s, the ''Manga/MazingerZ'' anime was dubbed as "Tranzor Z". While predominately a dub of Toei's 1972 adaptation of Creator/GoNagai's manga, it also has elements from Anime/GreatMazinger, including its launch sequence, and what is clearly Tetsuya from the latter series piloting the Brain Condor and docking with Great Mazinger. As a result, while "Tommy" from the Tranzor Z dub is predominately Kouji Kabuto from the Japanese original, he also has elements of Tetsuya.
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* In the manga adaptation of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', Dark Link is the demon of the Kakariko Well instead of Bongo Bongo.
* Maybelle West in ''Anime/AgathaChristiesGreatDetectivesPoirotAndMarple'' takes the role and dialogue of other characters from the original stories. Also, Inspector Sharpe, who only appears in ''Hickory Dickory Dock'' (that book wasn't adapted in the series), takes the role of Japp. It is believed that this is because Japp sounds like Jap, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jap an offensive way to call a Japanese]].
* Atlas from TheEighties' ''Anime/AstroBoy''. He is a composite of three different characters from the manga: the original Atlas, a minor villain with a new type of AI that allowed him to break the laws of robotics; Cobalt, Astro's "brother"; and the Blue Knight, who was the robot version of Malcolm X. The 2000s series featured the Blue Knight as his own character, but its version of Atlas was still a composite of Atlas and Cobalt.
** This seems to happen a lot in ''Astroboy'' adaptations. In ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' numerous characters with secret identities have their original alter-egos replaced with completely different characters from established storylines (Blue Bon being replaced by [[spoiler:President Rag]] as Blue Knight, for instance) and even entirely different Tezuka stories, like Nuka being part of the Deathmask from ''PrimeRose''.
** Continuing this tradition, Creator/NaokiUrasawa's ''Manga/{{Pluto}}'' features a main villain who is a composite of [[spoiler:the original Dr Abullah/Goji, Shadow from the 2003 series and a minor robot character from an obscure story from the original manga who was raised to think he was a man]]. King Darius is also a composite of the original story's sultan Chochi-Chochi Abbaba III (deposed middle eastern ruler who finances Pluto's construction) and Cleopatra from the ''Cleopatra's Heart'' story (legitimizes his dictatorship by claiming to be a descendant of a famous historical figure).
* Mariel Lubie from the ''Anime/CodeGeass'' AlternateContinuity manga ''Suzaku of the Counterattack'' combines aspects of three characters from the anime (Cecile's GadgeteerGenius, Euphemia's being role as Suzaku's love interest, and Shirley's "girl next door" qualities) into a single character who meshes better with the story's setting.
* ''Manga/{{Cyborg009}}'':
** The 1967 "Monster Wars" film had the Mythos cyborg Helena merged with the Pu'Awak princess Helen into a "Helena" character that was ''also'' codenamed "Cyborg 0010".
** The twist ending of the 2007 ''Manga/SkullMan'' anime reveals that the titular hero [[spoiler: goes on to become Black Ghost, the BigBad of ''Manga/Cyborg009''.]]
* In the anime adaptation of ''Manga/DeathNote'', the US president whom [[spoiler: Mello blackmails, and later dies ,with WordOfGod stating that it's "believed Kira disposed of"]], is combined with the character of [[spoiler: his replacement from the manga]].
* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' vs ''Manga/GetterRobo'' manga combines different versions of probably all characters, aside Emperor Gore - Akira acts like his manga version but has powers of 70's anime Devilman, Ryoma and Hayato are their 70's anime incarnations with few traits of their manga versions and Silene seems to be a mix of anime version and later incarnations from different titles.
** While Devilman in the manga was the result of the Demon Amon possessing Akira, his 1972 anime counterpart was a demon who killed and took over Akira's body.
* Jou's (rarely seen) brothers Shin and Shuu became Jim in the American dub of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'' (and dubs based on it). Hilariously enough, the final episode shows the two standing side by side; this is never commented on. Whether or not this was intentional or a translation error is unknown.
** In a much more minor example, 02's dub also made Adventure's Digitamamon and his cousin who ran a Chinese restaurant the same character.
* Mallanox in ''Anime/EagleRiders'', the CutAndPasteTranslation of [[Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman Gatchaman II and Gatchaman F]], is an example. In ''Gatchaman II'', Leader X employed Gel Sadra as his [[TheDragon lieutenant]], who was replaced by [[AristocratsAreEvil Count Egobossler]] in ''Gatchaman F'' after the former [[GoOutWithASmile peacefully died]]. To transition between both shows, Gel Sadra's original death scene was altered to have Cybercon (Leader X) transform Mallanox into a new form: Happy Boy (Count Egobossler).
* ''[[Anime/TheVisionOfEscaflowne Escaflowne: The Movie]]'' writes out Emperor Dornkirk and makes Folken the leader of Zaibach in his place.
* ''New Manga/GetterRobo'' has Benkei Musashiboh, the third man and TheBigGuy of the Getter team. He has traits from both Musashi, the original Big Guy, and Benkei, [[spoiler: the [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute one who replaced Musashi]] after his HeroicSacrifice.]]
** The main robot of New itself counts, being based on Shin Getter's overall looks, with design cues from both Getter Dragon and the original Getter, while performing the latter's role as the first main Getter of that universe1.
** There's also Kei Kuruma from in Getter Robo Armageddon, based on manga's Kei Minamikaze, with role similar to Sho Tachibana (also from Getter Robo Go) and [[TheReveal it is later revealed]] she was [[spoiler:[[RaisedAsTheOppositeGender Armageddon's universe's Genki Saotome]], original Getter's {{tagalong kid}}.]]
* Madame Sulliman from ''Anime/HowlsMovingCastle'' is a combination of two characters from the book: Howl's old magic teacher, who was not affiliated with the king, and Wizard Suliman, the King's head wizard. He is a young man [[spoiler: transformed into a dog, who ends up marrying one of Sophie's sisters.]]
* Taken to ridiculous extremes with Josuke, the main character of ''Franchise/JojosBizarreAdventure'' [[Manga/JoJolion Part 8]]. While he's technically the AU counterpart of Josuke (protagonist of [[Manga/DiamondIsUnbreakable Part 4]]), early on, we are led to believe his true identity is Yoshikage Kira. Later on, not only do we find out that [[spoiler:Kira himself is a CompositeCharacter of Kira and ''[[Manga/StardustCrusaders Jotaro]]'', but that Josuke himself is a FusionDance (i.e. the ''literal'' version of this trope), being a synthesis of Kira and an unnamed man ultimately revealed to be Josefumi Kujo.]]
** In terms of his character design, his face and build are almost identical to Jotaro as drawn in the new art style, he spouts his "ORA!" (although one randomly becomes "ARA!") and RapidFireFisticuffs when fighting, wears sailor clothes referencing Jotaro's marine profession (though those originally belonged to Kira, who was a ship's doctor), and occasionally bears Jotaro's "raised hand/halt" insignia.
** His personality has a lot of similarities to Kira from "Diamond is Unbreakable", being extremely analytical and mathematically inclined, with some really weird habits such as sleeping ''under'' mattresses for comfort. Though he's not amoral or deviant.
** He also has a strong value for friendship and GuileHero tendencies like his actual namesake, Josuke. It helps that their Stands work more by affecting the environment than actually combating enemies, so they go about fighting in the same manner.
* Sumire Saitou from ''Manga/KOn'' (2011 manga), one of Azusa's new bandmates, is a combination of Mugi's appearance (without the BigOlEyebrows) and her tea-making-skills, Mio's ShrinkingViolet personality, including being Sawako's new favorite cosplay victim, and Ritsu's role as the drummer.
* A fairly minor one in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha TheMovie 1st''. Two of the more memorable MonsterOfTheWeek in the first season, namely the HellHound and the MegaNeko, were combined into one in this AdaptationDistillation, having the plot-important kitty grow into a [[PantheraAwesome demon panther]] that serves as the catalyst for Nanoha and Fate's first meeting.
* Shinn Asuka from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny'' is pretty much one to both [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Amuro]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Kamille]], his Impulse is similar to The RX-78 Gundam a CombiningMecha consisting of legs as one section, upper body as another, and SpaceFighter[=/=]MetaMecha cockpit as the torso, and a very similar red-with-gold-cross design for its shield just like Amuro even his dub voice is Amuro's Zeta dub voice and he has {{Wangst}} UnstoppableRage due to suffering through a TraumaCongaLine, and [[LoveHurts romantic troubles]] with their [[DatingCatwoman enemy-cum-love interest]] just like Kamille.
** Kira Yamato is a mix of Amuro and [[Anime/TurnAGundam Loran Cehack]], even borrowing Loran's story/romance arc (e.g., Kira/Loran's relationships with Fllay Allster/Sochie Heim and later, Lacus Clyne/Dianna Soriel, with the latter being [[ChastityCouple a platonic couple]]).
** Athrun Zala is a mix of [[CharClone Char Aznable]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Heero Yuy]]. Some of Char's traits that appear in Athrun include him piloting red mobile suits and served as Kira's main rival in both shows. Similar to Heero, Athrun pilots transformable mobile suits, and has a tendency to self-detonate his mobile suits.
* Many {{Historical Domain Character}}s were composited in ''LightNovel/TheAmbitionOfOdaNobuna'':
** Hachisuka Goemon is a {{Gender flip}}ped composite between [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hachisuka_Masakatsu Hachisuka Masakatsu]], one of UsefulNotes/ToyotomiHideyoshi's subordinates, and UsefulNotes/IshikawaGoemon.
** Oda Nobukatsu is a composite of the namesake aka [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oda_Nobuyuki Oda Nobuyuki]], his son [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsuda_Nobusumi Tsuda Nobusumi]] (which explained his name change, as historically Nobukatsu was killed by UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga when Nobusumi was still an infant), and then [[spoiler:[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oichi Oichi]], Nobunaga's sister. Yes, he was sent off, crossdressed, to Asai Nagamasa]].
** Saitou Yoshikatsu is a composite of the namesake and his son Tatsuoki.
** Himiko is the composite of the three Japanese emperors that may be on throne in the latter half of 16th century.
* ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'':
** A few ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'' characters are composite characters, usually mixed with minor characters. Falkner first appeared as the Police character in Elm's lab, for example.
** Kris was the protagonist of ''Pokemon Crystal'' but Lyra from the remakes is apparently a completely separate character. In ''Adventures'', Crystal was originally a counterpart to Kris, but once Kris was removed from the game series canon in the remakes of ''Gold and Silver'' and replaced with Lyra, Crystal became a counterpart to the latter.
** X from the ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' chapters of ''Adventures'' is a counterpart to Calem as the protagonist. However, Y, the manga's counterpart to Serena, is the daughter of Grace[[note]]normally the ''player character's'' mom[[/note]] instead of X ''in addition to'' being the long-term resident of Vaniville[[note]]i.e. TheRival[[/note]]; X is ConvenientlyAnOrphan.
* The classic ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime:
** Ash was was originally just an [[AdaptationNameChange anime counterpart]] of Red, [[PlayerCharacter the protagonist of]] [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue the first generation]]. Starting around ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'' he started loosely following the path of Ethan, the male protagonist of that generation. Ever since, he has co-opted the male protagonist of that generation[[note]]with [[Videogame/PokemonBlackAndWhite one exception]][[/note]] and often interacts with the female protagonist of said generation[[note]]Again, excepting ''both'' Gen 5 ladies; and yes, [[Videogame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Lyra]] [[GuestStarPartyMember counts]],[[/note]] with said female often acting as a {{Deuteragonist}}. Not to mention that, starting from the DP saga onwards, he wears outfits based on the playable characters' clothes of each generation.
** Anabel is a combination of her game self with Yellow of ''Manga/PokemonAdventures''.
** Serena's quest in the middle of the ''Videogame/PokemonXAndY'' arc is an alternate version of Contests from ''Videogame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'',[[note]]that is, lacking the battles of the Anime's R&S and D&P Contests but being girl-only and having the trainer ''herself'' perform on stage as well, neither element present in the actual game Contests,[[/note]] whose remakes were made in that generation. This plus [[SatelliteLoveInterest her other primary character aspect]] effectively made her a Composite of her game counterpart[[note]]Specifically as PlayerCharacter with her just starting her journey having followed her mom in foreign lands up to this point, though, as stated above, she isn't the ''actual'' lead,[[/note]] and [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Yancy Yancy]], an IdolSinger who is ''[[Videogame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Nate's]]'' ImpliedLoveInterest.[[note]]Serena's interst being in Ash, who had absorbed Nate's role in the prior saga, again see above.[[/note]]
* Due to the time constraints of a feature film, the Angels Zeruel and Armisael were merged into one character in the second ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie. Notably, Zeruel did not display the ability to [[TheAssimilator absorb and assimilate victims]] in the [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion original anime]], a trait that instead belonged to Armisael.
** Also, Sahaquiel's appearance. Being more eldritch than in the original, its first form shown, as a big immaterial floating ball of black and white eye-spots takes some hints from Leliel and Matarael, who, naturally, didn't show up in ''Rebuild''.
* Dana Sterling in ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' is a composite of [[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Komilia Maria Fallyna Jenius]] and [[Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross Jeanne Francaix]]. She's the daughter of Max and [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Milia/Miriya]], appearing as Komilia in the first part of the series, and growing up into Jeanne in the second part.
* The Shirogane Brothers of ''Anime/GoLion'', Takashi and Ryou, were melded in ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'' to become [[SixthRanger Sven]]. Interestingly, Ryou was introduced as Takashi's BackUpTwin after the outcry over [[SacrificialLamb the latter's death six episodes in]]. So, because of the NeverSayDie mentality, [[{{Woolseyism}} it seemed natural for WEP to adjust the script accordingly]]: [[SparedByTheAdaptation the "injured and recovering on another planet" Sven healed up]].
* By ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' Goku became a mixture of [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest Sun Wukong]] and Franchise/{{Superman}}. He's originally base on the Monkey King, having his great strength, ability to learn techniques from seeing them once, his monkey characteristics and mischievous personality, a staff that can extent to any size, and a magic cloud that he flies on as a child. He's like Superman by having a similar backstory to him, especially in ''Dragon Ball Minus'', being a very heroic character who often saves the world, [[AdaptationalHeroism which is played up more in the English dub]], and is seen as one of the strongest characters in their respective universes.
* ''Anime/XMen'':
** Takeo Sasaki is basically a {{Race Lift}}ed verison of Ultimate Proteus, which makes him a combination of the classic Proteus and Legion. His RealityWarper abilities and status as the son of a prominent mutant researcher come from the former, while TheReveal of him being [[spoiler: Professor Xavier's mentally unstable illegitimate child]] comes from the latter.
** Mastermind is given Sebastian Shaw's role as the Hellfire Club/Inner Circle's leader.
* In ''Anime/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'', Technovore is initially introduced as basically Extremis combined with Ezekiel's bio-enhancements from the comics. [[spoiler: It becomes the more familiar inhuman-robot-virus near the end.]]
* The original ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' manga wrote Lum's Stormtroopers out of the series after Mendou arrived, but the TV show brought them back [[AscendedExtra in far bigger roles]]. This meant that many episodes would give them lines and scenes that originally belonged to Kosuke, Ataru's friend from the manga who was AdaptedOut of the TV series.
* In the mid-1980s, the ''Manga/MazingerZ'' anime was dubbed as "Tranzor Z". While predominately a dub of Toei's 1972 adaptation of Creator/GoNagai's manga, it also has elements from Anime/GreatMazinger, including its launch sequence, and what is clearly Tetsuya from the latter series piloting the Brain Condor and docking with Great Mazinger. As a result, while "Tommy" from the Tranzor Z dub is predominately Kouji Kabuto from the Japanese original, he also has elements of Tetsuya.
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