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19th Dec '16 1:14:23 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/BuBumLaStradaVersoCasa'': the main character, Bu-Bum, is rendered mute due to the shock of losing his parents in an air attack.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BuBumLaStradaVersoCasa'': ''WesternAnimation/BooBoomTheLongWayHome'': the main character, Bu-Bum, Boo-Boom, is rendered mute due to the shock of losing his parents in an air attack.
16th Dec '16 9:58:53 PM wolftickets1969
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** In the Creator/GoldenFilms version of the story, Lena ultimately gets to marry Stefan, like their Disney counterparts, but Lena seemingly doesn't regain her voice, implying that she is a mute for life.

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** In the Creator/GoldenFilms version of the story, Lena ultimately gets to marry Stefan, like their Disney counterparts, but unlike that version, Lena seemingly doesn't regain her voice, implying that she is a mute for life.
16th Dec '16 9:57:11 PM wolftickets1969
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** In the Creator/GoldenFilms version of the story, Lena ultimately gets to marry Stefan, like their Disney counterparts, but Lena seemingly doesn't regain her voice, implying that she is a mute for life.
13th Dec '16 11:40:35 PM PaulA
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* Subverted by Flute in Eddings' ''Literature/{{Elenium}}'' trilogy; she appears to be one of these at first but is really [[spoiler: the goddess Aphrael, and perfectly capable of talking (at great length) when it suits her.]]

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* Subverted by Flute in Eddings' ''Literature/{{Elenium}}'' trilogy; ''Literature/TheElenium'' trilogy by Creator/DavidEddings; she appears to be one of these at first but is really [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the goddess Aphrael, and perfectly capable of talking (at great length) when it suits her.]]
22nd Nov '16 4:39:01 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/BuBumLaStradaVersoCasa'': the main character, Bu-Bum, is rendered mute due to the shock of losing his parents in an air attack.
22nd Nov '16 3:23:01 AM Morgenthaler
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** Unlike his more sociable G1 version, Soundwave from the same series provides a deep mystery on if he really can talk besides his recordings of others' lines (which naturally have the pretty vocoder effect that goes with the more talkative versions of Soundwave.) No face, no voice but a lot of potential to the point of even topping Starscream (according to characters like Megatron). He goes on to prove he's quite the BadAss: a silent ImplacableMan that nobody ever crosses ''for a reason,'' as Airachnid and later Wheeljack go on to learn the ''hard'' way. Oh, and he gets to speak on his own ''exactly once.'' "[[spoiler: Soundwave superior, Autobots inferior!]]"

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** Unlike his more sociable G1 version, Soundwave from the same series provides a deep mystery on if he really can talk besides his recordings of others' lines (which naturally have the pretty vocoder effect that goes with the more talkative versions of Soundwave.) No face, no voice but a lot of potential to the point of even topping Starscream (according to characters like Megatron). He goes on to prove he's quite the BadAss: badass: a silent ImplacableMan that nobody ever crosses ''for a reason,'' as Airachnid and later Wheeljack go on to learn the ''hard'' way. Oh, and he gets to speak on his own ''exactly once.'' "[[spoiler: Soundwave superior, Autobots inferior!]]"
22nd Aug '16 4:08:55 PM nombretomado
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* Errand, the little boy in the ''{{Belgariad}}'', is initially capable of only saying the word "Errand", [[VerbalTicName which is why the party takes to calling him that.]] It's explained that when Zedar found him, all he said was "I have an errand for you, boy"; Errand repeated the one word and followed him. Over the next two books, he learns more words, but he can only say one-word sentences. After the TimeSkip between the ''Belgariad'' and the ''Malloreon'', he learns how to speak properly. In the ''Malloreon'' his real name is revealed to be [[spoiler:Eriond; he explains that he picked up the word 'Errand' from Zedar because it sounded familiar to him.]]
* Subverted by Flute in Eddings' ''{{Elenium}}'' trilogy; she appears to be one of these at first but is really [[spoiler: the goddess Aphrael, and perfectly capable of talking (at great length) when it suits her.]]

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* Errand, the little boy in the ''{{Belgariad}}'', ''Literature/{{Belgariad}}'', is initially capable of only saying the word "Errand", [[VerbalTicName which is why the party takes to calling him that.]] It's explained that when Zedar found him, all he said was "I have an errand for you, boy"; Errand repeated the one word and followed him. Over the next two books, he learns more words, but he can only say one-word sentences. After the TimeSkip between the ''Belgariad'' and the ''Malloreon'', he learns how to speak properly. In the ''Malloreon'' his real name is revealed to be [[spoiler:Eriond; he explains that he picked up the word 'Errand' from Zedar because it sounded familiar to him.]]
* Subverted by Flute in Eddings' ''{{Elenium}}'' ''Literature/{{Elenium}}'' trilogy; she appears to be one of these at first but is really [[spoiler: the goddess Aphrael, and perfectly capable of talking (at great length) when it suits her.]]
15th Aug '16 1:40:53 AM DarkHunter
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* Lucy's "Nyu" [[SplitPersonality self]] from ''Manga/ElfenLied'' can be considered as such. While she ''can'' talk normally when Lucy is the dominant one, as Nyu she can only say her "name".

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* Lucy's "Nyu" [[SplitPersonality self]] from ''Manga/ElfenLied'' can be considered as such. While she ''can'' talk normally when Lucy is the dominant one, as Nyu she can only say her "name". This changes after the manga's TimeSkip (the anime didn't get that far), where Nyu is shown speaking normally, having learned how in the interim.
18th Jul '16 9:35:06 PM Averagemoe
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* Yvette from Webcomic/{{Precocious}} is the go to girl for jokes that are essentially mime routines.
17th Jul '16 8:44:23 AM nombretomado
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* ''BittersweetCandyBowl'', Amaya never talks for us but Apparently, she can talk to others. Still cute.

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* ''BittersweetCandyBowl'', ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl'', Amaya never talks for us but Apparently, she can talk to others. Still cute.
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