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30th Apr '16 4:53:10 AM GMon
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* This trope is EVERYWHERE in "VideoGame/YumeNikki". The whole game takes place in the dreams of a young girl, so you should expect some interesting characters. Things like walking clocks, faceless technicolor people, walking whistles, deformed bird witches, pixel sculptures, mouths in wigs, ghosts, candle people, and even some unique characters in between, all haunt the regions of the game.

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* This trope is EVERYWHERE in "VideoGame/YumeNikki".''VideoGame/YumeNikki''. The whole game takes place in the dreams of a young girl, so you should expect some interesting characters. Things like walking clocks, faceless technicolor people, walking whistles, deformed bird witches, pixel sculptures, mouths in wigs, ghosts, candle people, and even some unique characters in between, all haunt the regions of the game.
18th Mar '16 11:32:26 AM Willbyr
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* Most of the [[spoiler:inhabitants of Mars]] in ''MahouSenseiNegima''. Revealed when they start getting erased.
* The inhabitants of the DreamLand in ''{{Paprika}}''.

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* Most of the [[spoiler:inhabitants of Mars]] in ''MahouSenseiNegima''.''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Revealed when they start getting erased.
* The inhabitants of the DreamLand in ''{{Paprika}}''.''Literature/{{Paprika}}''.
22nd Oct '15 6:33:20 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'', it turns out that [[spoiler:everyone except]] Link is just a dream of the Wind Fish.

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* In ''TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'', it turns out that [[spoiler:everyone except]] Link is just a dream of the Wind Fish.
30th Apr '15 11:40:06 PM ShiningwingX
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* Depending on the [[OrWasItADream interpretation]], practically everyone in ''VideoGame/EternalSonata'' is one of these. The entire world as well as its inhabitants exist in a world based almost solely around music, which presumably only exists as Chopin's DyingDream. Though as time goes on, even he begins to question that conclusion.
6th Apr '15 11:35:40 AM tenuousbreaker
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* In the WesternAnimation/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker short film, the coal shovelers on the train are the only characters who show up that aren't defined in some way as Dreamers.
28th Mar '15 7:14:36 PM tenuousbreaker
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*''ComicBook/PoetAndersonTheDreamWalker'' has many in the dream city of Genesis, including Ayo who serves as a guide for the Anderson brothers.
16th Mar '15 12:52:49 PM TheUnsquished
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* ''NinthElsewhere'': Carmen's dreamscape is inhabited by figments, each of which represents a different aspect of her personality.

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* ''NinthElsewhere'': ''Webcomic/NinthElsewhere'': Carmen's dreamscape is inhabited by figments, each of which represents a different aspect of her personality.
23rd Jan '15 10:20:39 AM Aetherpunk
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* This trope is EVERYWHERE in "VideoGame/YumeNikki". The whole game takes place in the dreams of a young girl, so you should expect some interesting characters. Things like walking clocks, faceless technicolor people, walking whistles, deformed bird witches, pixel sculptures, mouths in wigs, ghosts, candle people, and even some unique characters in between, all haunt the regions of the game.
26th Dec '14 12:43:31 PM rjd1922
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* In ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', [[TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]] falls in love with a woman named Taylor Madison. It is eventually revealed to be an illusionary construct created by Zeus as part of a BatmanGambit to expose his wife Hera's plans to harm his son, knowing that she would [[StuffedInTheFridge target the person Hercules holds most dear]]. Despite his son's pleas, Zeus erases Madison from existence once she has served her purpose, leading to a [[IHaveNoSon violent falling out]] between Hercules and Zeus and the latter revoking his son's immortality.

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* In ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', [[TheIncredibleHercules ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]] falls in love with a woman named Taylor Madison. It is eventually revealed to be an illusionary construct created by Zeus as part of a BatmanGambit to expose his wife Hera's plans to harm his son, knowing that she would [[StuffedInTheFridge target the person Hercules holds most dear]]. Despite his son's pleas, Zeus erases Madison from existence once she has served her purpose, leading to a [[IHaveNoSon violent falling out]] between Hercules and Zeus and the latter revoking his son's immortality.



* ''AnElegyForTheStillLiving'': The entire cast, even including Francis.
* Tommy Hazzard in TheBoyfriendList.

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* ''AnElegyForTheStillLiving'': ''Literature/AnElegyForTheStillLiving'': The entire cast, even including Francis.
* Tommy Hazzard in TheBoyfriendList.''The Boyfriend List''.
8th May '14 2:27:03 PM FaceofEvil
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* In ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', [[TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]] falls in love with a woman named Taylor Madison, who is eventually revealed to be a construct created by Zeus as part of a BatmanGambit to expose his wife Hera's plans to harm his son, knowing that she would target the person Hercules holds most dear. Despite his son's pleas, Zeus erases Madison from existence once she has served her purpose, leading to a violent [[IHaveNoSon falling out]] between Hercules and Zeus.

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* In ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'', [[TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]] falls in love with a woman named Taylor Madison, who Madison. It is eventually revealed to be a an illusionary construct created by Zeus as part of a BatmanGambit to expose his wife Hera's plans to harm his son, knowing that she would [[StuffedInTheFridge target the person Hercules holds most dear. dear]]. Despite his son's pleas, Zeus erases Madison from existence once she has served her purpose, leading to a violent [[IHaveNoSon violent falling out]] between Hercules and Zeus.
Zeus and the latter revoking his son's immortality.
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