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30th Apr '17 10:23:14 AM nombretomado
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* TheMovie of ''TVTomeAdventures'' ends with [[spoiler: Alpha and Zetto merging their characters to make the far stronger "[=AlphaZet=]."]] Bizarrely, the merged form doesn't merge their characteristics at all, simply having the left side of the body look like one character and the right side looking like the other. Both of them have equal control over the resultant body, and have to work in perfect sync. [[spoiler: This is never mentioned again until the season three finale where, in a subversion of the usual trend of the movie having no effect on the series as a whole, they use the merged form ''again.'']]

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* TheMovie of ''TVTomeAdventures'' ''WebAnimation/TVTomeAdventures'' ends with [[spoiler: Alpha and Zetto merging their characters to make the far stronger "[=AlphaZet=]."]] Bizarrely, the merged form doesn't merge their characteristics at all, simply having the left side of the body look like one character and the right side looking like the other. Both of them have equal control over the resultant body, and have to work in perfect sync. [[spoiler: This is never mentioned again until the season three finale where, in a subversion of the usual trend of the movie having no effect on the series as a whole, they use the merged form ''again.'']]
25th Apr '17 9:36:33 AM QuizzicalPieridine
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* In ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomInfinite'', ComicBook/{{Ultron}} and [[VideoGame/MegaManX Sigma]] use the Infinity Gems to become [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs Ultron-Sigma]].
23rd Apr '17 12:04:11 PM nombretomado
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* Lanipator and Kirran of TeamFourStar can do the fusion dance to become Lirran. See [[https://youtu.be/anIwlZ0_ouI?list=PLAD5jdjmBF51jHgIkEP7mx8muIlzI4RWa&t=580 Xenoverse 18]], [[https://youtu.be/YEiynJcqCuU?t=885 Drunklstiltskin 3]] and [[http://way2thedawn.deviantart.com/art/Lirran-549630335 some fanart]].

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* Lanipator and Kirran of TeamFourStar Creator/TeamFourStar can do the fusion dance to become Lirran. See [[https://youtu.be/anIwlZ0_ouI?list=PLAD5jdjmBF51jHgIkEP7mx8muIlzI4RWa&t=580 Xenoverse 18]], [[https://youtu.be/YEiynJcqCuU?t=885 Drunklstiltskin 3]] and [[http://way2thedawn.deviantart.com/art/Lirran-549630335 some fanart]].
19th Apr '17 5:53:14 PM Nightmask
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* One What-If? comic for Marvel had Reed Richards, Bruce Banner (who never had a Hulk persona when transformed as that what-if's divergence), and Professor X being forced to fuse into a single 10' tall glowing golden being in order to battle Galactus when he arrived. It formed its own identity of the X-man, retaining only the desire to battle Galactus and after a fierce mental battle just barely drives off Galactus before reverting to its components, none of whom retain their super-powers as they were consumed by the transformation.
11th Apr '17 6:20:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''ShugoChara'''s Character Transformation system works as a Power Booster. Amu wears the clothes of the respective Chara inside her, and gains a bit of extra power and agility with it.

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* ''ShugoChara'''s ''Manga/ShugoChara'''s Character Transformation system works as a Power Booster. Amu wears the clothes of the respective Chara inside her, and gains a bit of extra power and agility with it.
10th Apr '17 9:45:46 AM Willbyr
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* ''VideoGame/BattleMoonWars'' gives us the ninja [=RoSHIaKI=], a fusion of Michael Roa Valdamjong and Tohno SHIKI ([[spoiler: Roa's 18th incarnation, who is ''not'' the same person as the protagonist of {{Tsukihime}}]]).

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* ''VideoGame/BattleMoonWars'' gives us the ninja [=RoSHIaKI=], a fusion of Michael Roa Valdamjong and Tohno SHIKI ([[spoiler: Roa's 18th incarnation, who is ''not'' the same person as the protagonist of {{Tsukihime}}]]).''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}]]).
7th Apr '17 4:17:25 PM nombretomado
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* '''Power Booster''' -- Person '''B''' disappears, but the merging [[SuperEmpowering gives powers or attributes to]] '''A''' s/he didn't have before. '''B''' may be able to speak to '''A''' in his or her mind. '''A''' still looks exactly the same as before, only has superficial changes (clothing, for example), or looks like a more powered-up version of '''A''' (and only of '''A'''). For example, Himeno and a Leafe Knight in ''[[{{Pretear}} Prétear]]''.

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* '''Power Booster''' -- Person '''B''' disappears, but the merging [[SuperEmpowering gives powers or attributes to]] '''A''' s/he didn't have before. '''B''' may be able to speak to '''A''' in his or her mind. '''A''' still looks exactly the same as before, only has superficial changes (clothing, for example), or looks like a more powered-up version of '''A''' (and only of '''A'''). For example, Himeno and a Leafe Knight in ''[[{{Pretear}} Prétear]]''.''Manga/{{Pretear}}''.



* The abovementioned "Power Booster"-type transformations in ''{{Pretear}}'' allow Himeno to choose between seven available [[MagicalGirl forms]] and [[ElementalPowers powers]] by choosing a Knight to merge with, but result either in her draining the Knight's [[LifeEnergy "Leafe"]] in order to perform attacks (manga), or in the Knight receiving injuries from battles instead of her (anime). Additionally, in the anime version the transformations are specifically said to be the result of joining ''spirits'', not bodies--which seems to make it impossible for the Pretear to merge with a Knight against her will, even if she is just in doubt.

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* The abovementioned "Power Booster"-type transformations in ''{{Pretear}}'' ''Manga/{{Pretear}}'' allow Himeno to choose between seven available [[MagicalGirl forms]] and [[ElementalPowers powers]] by choosing a Knight to merge with, but result either in her draining the Knight's [[LifeEnergy "Leafe"]] in order to perform attacks (manga), or in the Knight receiving injuries from battles instead of her (anime). Additionally, in the anime version the transformations are specifically said to be the result of joining ''spirits'', not bodies--which seems to make it impossible for the Pretear to merge with a Knight against her will, even if she is just in doubt.
4th Apr '17 12:56:54 PM rafi
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* The 1990 comic book series ''Mickey Mouse Adventures'' had Professors Ecks and Doublex, two of the three monkey mad scientists that Mickey Mouse faced in the Floyd Gottfredson comic strip story ''[[ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse Blaggard Castle]]'', return as a recurring villain known as Dr. Doublecross, a two-headed being that was created when a mishap with a cloning ray fused Ecks and Doublex together.

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* ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse: The 1990 comic book series ''Mickey Mouse Adventures'' had Professors Ecks and Doublex, two of the three monkey mad scientists that Mickey Mouse faced in the Floyd Gottfredson comic strip story ''[[ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse Blaggard Castle]]'', ''Blaggard Castle'', return as a recurring villain known as Dr. Doublecross, a two-headed being that was created when a mishap with a cloning ray fused Ecks and Doublex together.
2nd Apr '17 11:48:29 AM darkemyst
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* Changelings in ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' gain new bodies by [[BodyHorror merging with]] and [[KillAndReplace replacing the originals]].
2nd Apr '17 9:37:48 AM TPPR10
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Contrast LiteralSplitPersonality, when an individual gets split into two or more beings. Compare CombiningMecha. Not to be confused with CompositeCharacter. See also MotifMerger and EquippableAlly (for a less intrusive method of combining two characters). This trope may sound like a literal version of MatingDance, but it's not. When the fusion [[GoneHorribyWrong goes horribly wrong]], see MergingMistake.

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Contrast LiteralSplitPersonality, when an individual gets split into two or more beings. Compare CombiningMecha. Not to be confused with CompositeCharacter. See also MotifMerger and EquippableAlly (for a less intrusive method of combining two characters). This trope may sound like a literal version of MatingDance, but it's not. When the fusion [[GoneHorribyWrong [[GoneHorriblyWrong goes horribly wrong]], see MergingMistake.
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