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21st Apr '16 2:01:34 AM aye_amber
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* In ''VideoGame/Klonoa2LunateasVeil'', the boss Leptio breaks into four copies. The real one spins at a different speed.

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* In ''VideoGame/Klonoa2LunateasVeil'', ''VideoGame/{{Klonoa}} 2: Lunatea's Veil,'' the boss Leptio breaks into four copies. The real one spins at a different speed.
22nd Mar '16 2:31:57 AM anza_sb
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* ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'': Koro-sensei, being a creature [[SuperSpeed that has a top speed of Mach 20]], can make clones by moving at high speeds. More often than not, he uses this ability [[MundaneUtility to teach his students individually to prepare them for exams]].
** It gets weirder. Destroying one of his tentacles makes his clones somehow got ''smaller'', almost child-sized. And the clones are pretty unstable, too, being able to form into freaky shapes when threatened.
9th Mar '16 6:21:53 AM Kingler
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* ''[[VideoGame/DeadRising3 Dead Rising 3]]'' has a boss fight against an [[OrganTheft organ-stealing]] [[DeadlyDoctor surgeon]] named Albert Contiello. Nick Ramos must defeat Albert as he scurries by several duplicates. Nick is drugged and merely ''hallucinates'' innocent bystanders as Albert clones. The giveaway is that the real Albert spends most of his time [[AxCrazy slicing up his "doppelgangers"]] for their organs. Nick must protect them and take down the real doctor.

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* ''[[VideoGame/DeadRising3 Dead Rising 3]]'' has a boss fight against an [[OrganTheft organ-stealing]] [[DeadlyDoctor surgeon]] named Albert Contiello. Nick Ramos must defeat Albert as he scurries by several duplicates. In a twist, Nick is has been drugged and merely ''hallucinates'' innocent bystanders as Albert clones. The giveaway is that simple: the real Albert spends most of his time [[AxCrazy slicing up his hapless "doppelgangers"]] for their organs. Nick must protect them and take down the real doctor.organs. Yeah, Creator/{{Capcom}} likes this one.
9th Mar '16 6:14:30 AM Kingler
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* ''[[VideoGame/DeadRising3 Dead Rising 3]]'' has a boss fight against an [[OrganTheft organ-stealing]] [[DeadlyDoctor surgeon]] named Albert Contiello. Nick Ramos must defeat Albert as he scurries by several duplicates. The twist is that Nick is drugged and merely ''hallucinates'' innocent survivors as perfect Albert clones. The giveaway is that the real Albert spends most of his time [[AxCrazy slicing up his "doppelgangers"]] with his surgical saw.

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* ''[[VideoGame/DeadRising3 Dead Rising 3]]'' has a boss fight against an [[OrganTheft organ-stealing]] [[DeadlyDoctor surgeon]] named Albert Contiello. Nick Ramos must defeat Albert as he scurries by several duplicates. The twist is that Nick is drugged and merely ''hallucinates'' innocent survivors bystanders as perfect Albert clones. The giveaway is that the real Albert spends most of his time [[AxCrazy slicing up his "doppelgangers"]] with his surgical saw.for their organs. Nick must protect them and take down the real doctor.
9th Mar '16 6:06:41 AM Kingler
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* ''[[VideoGame/DeadRising3 Dead Rising 3]]'' has a boss fight against an [[OrganTheft organ-stealing]] [[DeadlyDoctor surgeon]] named Albert Contiello. Nick Ramos must defeat Albert as he scurries by several duplicates. The twist is that Nick is drugged and merely ''hallucinates'' innocent survivors as perfect Albert clones. The giveaway is that the real Albert spends most of his time [[AxCrazy slicing up his "doppelgangers"]] with his surgical saw.
23rd Feb '16 5:34:42 PM ReaderAt2046
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* Trixie Lulamoon really likes this trope in ''FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse''.
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20th Feb '16 9:25:59 AM nombretomado
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* Loki does this a couple of times in ''Film/{{Thor}}.'' He does it again in ''Film/TheAvengers'', prompting Loki to mock Thor when he doesn’t realize they’re copies.

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* Loki does this a couple of times in ''Film/{{Thor}}.'' He does it again in ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', prompting Loki to mock Thor when he doesn’t realize they’re copies.
4th Feb '16 7:09:25 PM fenyx4
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* [[spoiler: Dark Meta Knight]] in ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe generates two clones of himself in the second phase of the fight. You're given a chance to see which is the real deal before they rapidly shuffle places, then attack you. Hitting a fake destroys it but produces a projectile counterattack, and it'll be regenerated before the next attack is carried out.

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* [[spoiler: Dark Meta Knight]] in ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'' generates two clones of himself in the second phase of the fight. You're given a chance to see which is the real deal before they rapidly shuffle places, then attack you. Hitting a fake destroys it but produces a projectile counterattack, and it'll be regenerated before the next attack is carried out.
19th Jan '16 11:25:49 AM nombretomado
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*** Later justified in the ''StarTrekTheLostEra'' book "The Buried Age": It was an unexpected maneuver because it would divert power from the weapons and shields; the enemy was relying primarily on short-range, light-speed-limited Tactical sensors in the heat of the battle; but above all, they needed to do something drastic, and they wouldn't get a second shot.

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*** Later justified in the ''StarTrekTheLostEra'' ''Literature/StarTrekTheLostEra'' book "The Buried Age": It was an unexpected maneuver because it would divert power from the weapons and shields; the enemy was relying primarily on short-range, light-speed-limited Tactical sensors in the heat of the battle; but above all, they needed to do something drastic, and they wouldn't get a second shot.
15th Jan '16 5:51:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Champions}}'' supplement ''Gadgets!''. One of the title items was the Multiple Image Projector, which created four images of the wearer in a group around him.

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* ''{{Champions}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' supplement ''Gadgets!''. One of the title items was the Multiple Image Projector, which created four images of the wearer in a group around him.



* ''StarFrontiers'', Dragon magazine #88 article "The Battle at Ebony Eyes". A natural version of this occurs in the Ebony Eyes star system. A pair of black holes orbit each other 160,000 kilometers apart, resulting in severe disruptions in the local space-time continuum. This causes the appearance of one, two or three illusionary duplicates of any objects in the area, such as starships.

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* ''StarFrontiers'', ''TabletopGame/StarFrontiers'', Dragon magazine #88 article "The Battle at Ebony Eyes". A natural version of this occurs in the Ebony Eyes star system. A pair of black holes orbit each other 160,000 kilometers apart, resulting in severe disruptions in the local space-time continuum. This causes the appearance of one, two or three illusionary duplicates of any objects in the area, such as starships.
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