History Main / FleshGolem

8th Jul '16 2:47:23 PM Generality
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** ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' has the Unburied, massive undeads that rise from mass graves.
8th Jan '16 10:23:30 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/GemsOfWar'', the Flesh Golem is one of the troops associated with Ghulvania; three limbs, one-and-a-half heads, and surplus mouths.
20th Dec '15 1:59:49 PM Gingerkitteh
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** Abominations in are behemoths created by the Scourge from the body parts of their enemies. The Forsaken (the playable race in ''World of Warcraft'') had taken to making them as well.

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** Abominations in are behemoths created by the Scourge from the body parts of their enemies. The Forsaken (the playable race in ''World of Warcraft'') had taken to making them as well.
20th Dec '15 1:58:04 PM Gingerkitteh
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And that's if it's even capable of moving on its own. It may be a mass of human bodies fused together without any specific shape or form -- and every single member of it tends to be [[FateWorseThanDeath alive]] [[AndIMustScream and conscious]]. This version, possibly inspired by Bosch's paintings, is a recurring theme in ReligiousHorror: the lustful are fused together, resembling a some kind of a twisted orgy.

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And that's if it's even capable of moving on its own. It may be a mass of human bodies fused together without any specific shape or form -- and every single member of it tends to be [[FateWorseThanDeath alive]] [[AndIMustScream and conscious]]. This version, possibly inspired by Bosch's paintings, is a recurring theme in ReligiousHorror: the lustful are fused together, resembling a some kind of a twisted orgy.
13th Dec '15 4:12:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* Not explained particularly well in ''VideoGame/TheThing'', but some of the creatures, particularly the 150-foot tall monstrosity, greatly exceed a human in mass, thus implying they are made of several humans processed into pure biomass and fused together.

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* Not explained particularly well in ''VideoGame/TheThing'', ''VideoGame/TheThing2002'', but some of the creatures, particularly the 150-foot tall monstrosity, greatly exceed a human in mass, thus implying they are made of several humans processed into pure biomass and fused together.
8th Dec '15 3:33:29 AM erforce
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* ''Film/TheHumanCentipede'', in a way.
* ''Film/BasketCase 2'' ends with Duane sewing Belial to his side.

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* %%* ''Film/TheHumanCentipede'', in a way.
* ''Film/BasketCase 2'' ''Film/BasketCase2'' ends with Duane sewing Belial to his side.side to make the ConjoinedTwins once more.
5th Nov '15 2:17:21 PM SgtFrog1
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* The recipients of things like skin grafts and organ transplants could be considered examples, albeit much less horrific and much more helpful than a standard flesh golem. This is a borderline example, however, as the parts are grafted on in a way that minimizes things like ugly scarring.

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* The recipients of things like skin grafts and organ transplants could be considered examples, albeit much less horrific and much more helpful than a standard flesh golem. This is a borderline example, however, as the parts are grafted on in a way that minimizes things like ugly scarring. The general idea (cutting parts out of one body and placing them in another) is there, though.
13th Oct '15 1:09:43 AM superidiotman00
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* The cluster mutants from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are essentially this. Most of them appear as conjoined masses of limbs and other features.
* Princess Monster Wife from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''.
30th Aug '15 11:52:40 AM erraticegomania
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* ''Literature/{{Twig}}'' is an AlternateHistory story in which Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley discovered the secrets of creating Frankenstein-like creatures called "Stitched" instead of becoming a writer, and a century later the Stitched are a common sight that has replaced a lot of unskilled labor.
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4th Jun '15 10:02:39 PM CL
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* The Spider-Man baddie Digger was a zombie comprised of thirteen different bodies fused and reanimated by gamma bombs.
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