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9th Apr '17 2:20:18 PM Kereea1
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* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' we meet Anevka, who interacts with the world via a clank body due to serious injuries from an accident of her father's. The clank is connected to her actual body, which is preserved in a pod. It's later revealed that the real Anevka passed away years ago in the pod and the robotic double had taken on such a strong imprint of her personality that it simply ''never noticed''. Anevka's brother Tarvek, who built the clank, admits that he only didn't turn her off sooner because it comforted his father and him to still have his sister around in some way, and that finally deactivating her ''was'' hard for him. This later bites him and the rest of the protagonists in the ass when the clank is reactivated with a different personality that [[DeadPersonImpersonation pretends to be his sister since since, as far as anyone outside of Tarvek knows, that clank really is Anevka's mind in a clank body.]]
5th Apr '17 5:36:13 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** If Leliana is killed in ''Origins'', the epilogue of the Trespasser DLC for ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition'' reveals that the Leliana that's shown up in this game and the last with [[UnexplainedRecovery barely any acknowledgement of her fate]] is actually a Fade Spirit that has been impersonating the original, who is very much dead.

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** If Leliana is killed in ''Origins'', the epilogue of the Trespasser DLC for ''Videogame/DragonAgeInquisition'' reveals that the Leliana that's shown up in this game and the last with [[UnexplainedRecovery barely any acknowledgement of her fate]] is actually a Fade Spirit [[DeadPersonImpersonation that has been impersonating the original, original]], who is very much dead.



* Rei, or rather, Niko, from ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth''. She was a teenage girl who died in 1999 due to TheDiseaseThatShallNotBeNamed, and in the afterlife started to grow resentful when she felt that she was alone and died for no meaning. Chronos, one of the aspects of [[TheGrimReaper Death]], took an interest in her and tried to get her to speak to him by replicating the school she was supposed to go to ([[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} Yasogami High]]), but [[NotQuiteTheRightThing that only made things worse]] as it reminded Rei what she missed out on because she died so early. In an attempt to cheer her up, Chronos [[LaserGuidedAmnesia took away her memories]] and turned the entire replicated school into a festival to make her happy, while sealing any possibilities of her memory returning within the labyrinths of the game, and just to delay the inevitable a little longer, took away his own memories and called himself Zen. Once you get through all the labyrinths, Zen's memories return to him, he gives Rei her memories back, and things get sour from there.

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* Rei, or rather, Niko, from ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth''. She was a teenage girl an IllGirl who died in 1999 due to TheDiseaseThatShallNotBeNamed, and in the afterlife started to grow resentful when she felt that she was alone and died for no meaning. Chronos, one of the aspects of [[TheGrimReaper Death]], took an interest in her and tried to get her to speak to him by replicating the school she was supposed to go to ([[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} Yasogami High]]), but [[NotQuiteTheRightThing that only made things worse]] as it reminded poor Rei what she missed out on because she died so early. In an attempt to cheer her up, Chronos [[LaserGuidedAmnesia took away her memories]] and turned the entire replicated school into a festival to make her happy, while sealing any possibilities of her memory returning within the labyrinths of the game, and just to delay the inevitable a little longer, took away his own memories and called himself Zen. Once you get the player gets through all the labyrinths, Zen's memories return to him, he gives Rei her memories back, and things get sour from there.
5th Apr '17 5:33:14 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* Aiko's parents in ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' turn out to be this. They were mortally injured in a car accident ''and'' [[ABNegative after donating their blood]] [[HeroicSacrifice so their daughter would survive]]; when Aiko fell into despair and made a DealWithTheDevil with a Shinma, said Shinma recreated Aiko's old life... parents included. This worked so "well" that [[NiceJobFixingItVillain they were the ones who hired Himiko to "exorcise" the demon that supposedly has possessed Aiko, thus bringing her into the story]]...

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* Aiko's parents in ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' turn out to be this. They were mortally injured in a car accident ''and'' ''and'', before kicking it, [[ABNegative after donating they donated their blood]] blood to their daughter]] [[HeroicSacrifice so their daughter she would survive]]; when Aiko fell into despair and made a DealWithTheDevil with a Shinma, said Shinma recreated Aiko's old life... parents included. This worked so "well" that [[NiceJobFixingItVillain they were the ones who hired Himiko to "exorcise" the demon that supposedly has possessed Aiko, thus bringing her into the story]]...
30th Mar '17 10:52:37 PM Omeganian
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* Creator/HarryHarrison's short story "The Pliable Animal" deals with the murder of a prince visiting another planet. The prince rode a car from the planet's royal palace home when he suddenly shouted at the driver to stop, ran into a dark alley, and was found dead there. It turns out toward the end that [[spoiler:a SecretUndergroundPassage lead to that alley from the palace. An imposter entered the car, shouted for the driver to stop, and ran for the agreed upon spot where they placed the prince's corpse.]]
22nd Mar '17 11:36:07 PM Aipom-pom
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* Rei, or rather, Niko, from ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth''. She was a teenaged girl who died in 1999 due to TheDiseaseThatShallNotBeNamed, and in the afterlife started to grow resentful when she felt that she was alone and died for no meaning. Chronos, one of the aspects of [[TheGrimReaper Death]], took pity on her and tried to cheer her up by replicating the school she was supposed to go to ([[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} Yasogami High]]), but [[NotQuiteTheRightThing that only made things worse]] as it reminded Rei what she missed out on because she died so early. In an attempt to cheer her up, Chronos [[LaserGuidedAmnesia took away her memories]] and turned the entire replicated school into a festival to make her happy, while sealing any possibilities of her memory returning within the labyrinths of the game, and just to delay the inevitable a little longer, took away his own memories and called himself Zen. Once you get through all the labyrinths, Zen's memories return to him, he gives Rei her memories back, and things get sour from there.

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* Rei, or rather, Niko, from ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth''. She was a teenaged teenage girl who died in 1999 due to TheDiseaseThatShallNotBeNamed, and in the afterlife started to grow resentful when she felt that she was alone and died for no meaning. Chronos, one of the aspects of [[TheGrimReaper Death]], took pity on an interest in her and tried to cheer get her up to speak to him by replicating the school she was supposed to go to ([[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} Yasogami High]]), but [[NotQuiteTheRightThing that only made things worse]] as it reminded Rei what she missed out on because she died so early. In an attempt to cheer her up, Chronos [[LaserGuidedAmnesia took away her memories]] and turned the entire replicated school into a festival to make her happy, while sealing any possibilities of her memory returning within the labyrinths of the game, and just to delay the inevitable a little longer, took away his own memories and called himself Zen. Once you get through all the labyrinths, Zen's memories return to him, he gives Rei her memories back, and things get sour from there.
8th Mar '17 8:00:12 AM catmuto
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* Itsuki Tachibana in the second ''VideoGame/FatalFrame'' and Choushiro Kirishima in the fourth.

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* ''Franchise/FatalFrame''
** ''Fatal Frame II'' has
Itsuki Tachibana in Tachibana, the second ''VideoGame/FatalFrame'' imprisoned boy that served as a guide to Mio. It's not as shocking as most other examples, as Minakami Village is a ghost town, but it is presented as a shock to Mio and the player to finally enter the storehouse that is his prison and seeing his [[DrivenToSuicide hung corpse]] in a flashback.
** ''Fatal Frame IV'' has
Choushiro Kirishima, one of the player characters. His story begins awakening on the ground of the hospital and trying to find and bring down Yuu Haibara. His final chapter involves trapping Haibara on a roof and [[TakingYouWithMe throwing himself off of it with him]] and the playable Kirishima in the fourth.is shown [[DiscoveringYourOwnDeadBody observing his corpse]]. He seems to take it rather calmly.
---> '''Kirishima:''' So. That's how it is, huh?
28th Feb '17 5:30:34 PM TaylorHyuuga
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** This is just one of the [[WalkingSpoiler many]] [[TheReveal reveals]] about the protagonist, Hajime Hinata, in ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2''. Before the game started, he underwent a surgery that [[DeathOfPersonality destroyed and replaced his personality]]; the Hajime we've been playing as is just what the Neo-World Program could cobble together from his original self. [[HeroicBSOD The poor guy doesn't take this well]].
24th Feb '17 6:42:52 AM jamespolk
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* Ambrose Bierce's 1890 short story "An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge", which later became many films, the most famous of which was the French adaptation ''La rivière du hibou'' which won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward and later became a ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episode.

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* Ambrose Bierce's 1890 short story "An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge", "Literature/AnOccurrenceAtOwlCreekBridge", which later became many films, the most famous of which was the French adaptation ''La rivière du hibou'' which won an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward and later became a ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episode.
23rd Feb '17 10:39:19 AM BeerBaron
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* In the ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' ''Tribunal'' expansion, PhysicalGod Sotha Sil is built up to be the BigBad who has gone insane following the loss of his godhood. After an attack by his semi-organic MechaMooks on Morrowind's capital city, home of fellow former PhysicalGod Almalexia, she sends you to Sotha Sil's Clockwork City to kill him. After navigating his many death traps, you reach the command center of his city where you find him...already dead by the hand of Almalexia. It turns out that ''she'' is the one who has gone insane and plans to kill you and the other former Dunmeri deities so that only she remains to be worshiped by the Dunmer people.
21st Feb '17 5:11:05 PM superkeijikun
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* In ''VideoGame/DragonQuestBuilders'', the [[PlayerCharacter Builder]] is revealed in the final chapter to actually be a citizen of Alefgard who had died when the Dragonlord's reign of terror began. The NoobCave you awoke in? That was your ''tomb''! It is through the goddess Rubiss's magic that you are brought back to life to restore the realm.
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