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9th Jan '18 9:19:04 PM foxley
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* ''Series/{{Freaky}}'' has on in the episode "Dummy". It goes as far as [[spoiler:turning its owner into a second doll. A poster of him can be seen flapping from a telephone pole.]]
26th Oct '17 9:20:54 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' has a pair of murderous ventriloquist dummies, who are only capable of saying "Kill" and "Die" respectively.
** [[HoYay They fall]] [[FoeYay in love after a knife standoff]].

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' has a pair of murderous ventriloquist dummies, who are only capable of saying "Kill" and "Die" respectively.
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respectively. Any and all attempts to destroy them only result in them reappearing good as new somewhere you can't immediately see them (to the point of parachuting in if need be). [[HoYay They fall]] [[FoeYay in love after a knife standoff]].
2nd Jul '17 4:42:17 AM shaZam999
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* ''The Ventriloquist'', a.k.a. Arnold (not [[Franchise/ResidentEvil Albert]]) Wesker is a ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' villain whose multiple personality disorder led him to carry around an aggressive mafia-esque dummy named Scarface -- which became the dominant personality of the duo, abusing Wesker and ordering him around. This made Wesker a rather tragic villain, because his core personality is mild-mannered and doesn't like what Scarface is doing or the abuse Scarface heaps on him, but cannot seem to break with the idea that he and Scarface are separate individuals. In one instance, Wesker actually shoots Scarface while the dummy is still on his hand, then proceeds to not notice that his hand is bleeding. Wesker himself ([[DependingOnTheWriter occasionally]]) seems to think Scarface isn't an alternate personality, but a full on demonic possession.

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* ''The Ventriloquist'', a.k.a. Arnold (not [[Franchise/ResidentEvil Albert]]) Wesker is a ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' villain whose multiple personality disorder led him to carry around an aggressive mafia-esque dummy named Scarface -- which became the dominant personality of the duo, abusing Wesker and ordering him around. This made Wesker a rather tragic villain, because his core personality is mild-mannered and doesn't like what Scarface is doing or the abuse Scarface heaps on him, but cannot seem to break with the idea that he and Scarface are separate individuals. In one instance, Wesker actually shoots Scarface while the dummy is still on his hand, then proceeds to not notice that his hand is bleeding. Wesker himself ([[DependingOnTheWriter occasionally]]) seems to think Scarface isn't an alternate personality, but a full on demonic possession.
30th Jun '17 6:34:28 PM Andyroid
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* ''VideoGame/EmilyWantsToPlay'' has Chester, one of Emily's "friends", a dummy that appears in random rooms in the house. If you spot him, you have to leave the room as soon as possible or he'll kill you.
10th Jun '17 10:35:32 AM Andyroid
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* ''Undertale'' has The [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], who stops you at Waterfall. He's pissed that you killed, bored, or disgusted his [[TrainingDummy cousin in the ruins,]] who also falls under this trope, if more calm than most. The Mad Dummy attacks with cotton, missiles, and knives. [[spoiler: Well, one knife.]]

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* ''Undertale'' ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has The the [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], who stops you at Waterfall. He's pissed that you killed, bored, or disgusted insulted his [[TrainingDummy cousin you met in the ruins,]] who also falls under this trope, if more calm than most.Ruins]]. The Mad Dummy attacks with cotton, missiles, and knives. [[spoiler: Well, one knife.]]
3rd May '17 3:10:22 AM WillBGood
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* A more savage parody of Howdy Doody, "Howdy Dooit!" was done by Creator/{{MAD}} back in its comic book days. Howdy is depicted as manipulating the kids into following the advertising (including a creepy closeup where he demands they get their moms to watch one ad), and [[spoiler: Buffalo Bill is the real puppet.]] Read it [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-KLEKYM9sHow/UFadmvpqppI/AAAAAAAAULo/HIvd7mujcxY/s1600/Mad+018+Bill+Elder+003.jpg here.]]

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* A more savage parody of Howdy Doody, "Howdy Dooit!" was done by Creator/{{MAD}} back in its comic book days. Howdy is depicted as manipulating the kids into following the advertising (including a creepy closeup where he demands they get their moms to watch one ad), and [[spoiler: Buffalo Bill is the real puppet.]] Read it [[http://4.bp.[[http://jeffoverturf.blogspot.com/-KLEKYM9sHow/UFadmvpqppI/AAAAAAAAULo/HIvd7mujcxY/s1600/Mad+018+Bill+Elder+003.jpg com/2012/09/howdy-dooit-will-elder-mad-mondays.html here.]]
2nd Mar '17 12:21:24 PM PikaPika2
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* In VideoGame/Undertale there are two, technically. The [[TrainingDummy Ruins Dummy]] doesn't speak, but as stated by the other example, the [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], confirms that although peaceful, the Ruins Dummy is, or ''was'' possessed.

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* In VideoGame/Undertale there are two, technically. ''Undertale'' has The [[TrainingDummy Ruins Dummy]] doesn't speak, but as stated by the other example, the [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], confirms who stops you at Waterfall. He's pissed that although peaceful, you killed, bored, or disgusted his [[TrainingDummy cousin in the Ruins ruins,]] who also falls under this trope, if more calm than most. The Mad Dummy is, or ''was'' possessed.attacks with cotton, missiles, and knives. [[spoiler: Well, one knife.]]



* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' has The [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], who stops you at Waterfall. He's pissed that you killed, bored, or disgusted his [[TrainingDummy cousin in the ruins,]] who also falls under this trope, if more calm than most. The Mad Dummy attacks with cotton, missiles, and knives. [[spoiler: Well, one knife.]]
2nd Mar '17 12:19:34 PM PikaPika2
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* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' has two, technically. The [[TrainingDummy Ruins Dummy]] doesn't speak, but as stated by the other example, the [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], confirms that although peaceful, the Ru

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* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' has In VideoGame/Undertale there are two, technically. The [[TrainingDummy Ruins Dummy]] doesn't speak, but as stated by the other example, the [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], confirms that although peaceful, the Ru Ruins Dummy is, or ''was'' possessed.
1st Mar '17 12:09:46 PM PikaPika2
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* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' has two, technically. The [[TrainingDummy Ruins Dummy]] doesn't speak, but as stated by the other example, the [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], confirms that although peaceful, the Ru


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* ''VideoGame/Undertale'' has The [[UnstoppableRage Mad Dummy]], who stops you at Waterfall. He's pissed that you killed, bored, or disgusted his [[TrainingDummy cousin in the ruins,]] who also falls under this trope, if more calm than most. The Mad Dummy attacks with cotton, missiles, and knives. [[spoiler: Well, one knife.]]
8th Feb '17 10:28:00 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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->''"Tee hee! [[ThirdPersonPerson Penny]] likes you. ...But Mr. Bear '''HATES YOU!'''"''
-->-- '''[[CreepyChild Penny]]''', ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars: Days of Ruin''

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->''"Tee hee! [[ThirdPersonPerson Penny]] Penny likes you. ...But Mr. Bear '''HATES YOU!'''"''
-->-- '''[[CreepyChild Penny]]''', '''Penny''', ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars: Days of Ruin''
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