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3rd Jun '16 12:15:16 AM Aiguille
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* Music/PoetsOfTheFall:
** {{Subverted}} with the hat sported by [[TragicMistake Hamartia]], the MonsterClown jester mascot of ''Twilight Theater's'' [[http://www.poetsofthefall.com/discography/twilight_theater_cover/ album art]]. While ''he's'' menacingly happy, his hat is far from jolly, ending not in bells, but the shadowy head of a [[SnakesAreSinister snake]].
** {{Subverted}} again with Hamartia's reappearance as an OrcusOnHisThrone figure in the video for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=di7NMssrqsE Daze]]." His jester's cap now takes the form of a monarchic ImprobableHairstyle, black hair sectioned and plaited into tails and trimmed with bells and [[FeatherMotif black feathers]]. By contrast, his ever-present Venetian Jester mask is PlayedStraight, underscoring his nature.
28th May '16 6:03:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Zazie Rainyday, from ''MahouSenseiNegima'', though her hat is one color, two flaps, no bells. It still has the design, though.

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* Zazie Rainyday, from ''MahouSenseiNegima'', ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', though her hat is one color, two flaps, no bells. It still has the design, though.
22nd May '16 1:13:12 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'', [[http://www.arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/1508.htm Dagonet wears one]] in the colours of the Pendragon coat of arms.
1st Apr '16 9:31:26 AM HyperEmerson
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* ''VideoGame/SparkTheElectricalJester'', as the title lets you know, features a character and his [[JobStealingRobot robot replacement]] that wear this kind of hat. This trait is likely influenced by the aforementioned ''Kirby'' games since in one of the ''Sonic'' fangames previously made by the author, Sonic and Tails could obtain Kirby's Beam and Mirror abilities.

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* ''VideoGame/SparkTheElectricalJester'', ''VideoGame/SparkTheElectricJester'', as the title lets you know, features a character and his [[JobStealingRobot robot replacement]] that wear this kind of hat. This trait is likely influenced by the aforementioned ''Kirby'' games since in one of the ''Sonic'' fangames previously made by the author, Sonic and Tails could obtain Kirby's Beam and Mirror abilities.
1st Apr '16 9:29:07 AM HyperEmerson
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* The titular character of the ''Kirby'' franchise can obtain a two-coned hat along with the power to shoot beams out of a cane. In ''Kirby Super Star'', Kirby also wore it in Mirror form. And so did the antagonist Marx.
* ''VideoGame/SparkTheElectricalJester'', as the title lets you know, features a character and his [[JobStealingRobot robot replacement]] that wear this kind of hat. This trait is likely influenced by the aforementioned ''Kirby'' games since in one of the ''Sonic'' fangames previously made by the author, Sonic and Tails could obtain Kirby's Beam and Mirror abilities.
16th Feb '16 10:11:45 PM brb1006
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* Pardoes the mascot of Dutch theme park Efteling located in Holland is usually seen like this. Including when he's wearing his wizard outfit, his girlfriend Pardijn does have a similar appearance but is seen wearing a crown instead and no bells.
16th Dec '15 6:33:24 PM nombretomado
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* On the subject of [[MonsterClown Monster Clowns]], Shaco from the ''LeagueOfLegends'' series of video games wear this in all five of his skins.

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* On the subject of [[MonsterClown Monster Clowns]], Shaco from the ''LeagueOfLegends'' ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' series of video games wear this in all five of his skins.
11th Oct '15 4:52:25 PM nombretomado
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* Willard Phule, of Robert Aspirin's ''PhulesCompany'' picks for his military pseudonyms names that play on his own last name, starting as Lieutenant Scaramouche (fool character from Italian commedia dell'arte) before getting promoted to Captain Jester. He becomes so popular with his new troops that they adopt an unofficial patch for their uniforms: a skull with a jester's cap.

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* Willard Phule, of Robert Aspirin's ''PhulesCompany'' ''Literature/PhulesCompany'' picks for his military pseudonyms names that play on his own last name, starting as Lieutenant Scaramouche (fool character from Italian commedia dell'arte) before getting promoted to Captain Jester. He becomes so popular with his new troops that they adopt an unofficial patch for their uniforms: a skull with a jester's cap.
30th Sep '15 1:37:49 PM DaibhidC
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* The Fool from ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'' has one of these. He also has bells on his hankerchief. Coming from a long line of jesters, and being sent to the Fools' Guild at an early age, he still remembers when he first realised that his outfit "had been carefully and meticulously designed for no other purpose than making its wearer look like a complete and utter pillock".

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* The Fool from ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'' has one of these. He also has bells on his hankerchief.handkerchief. Coming from a long line of jesters, and being sent to the Fools' Guild at an early age, he still remembers when he first realised that his outfit "had been carefully and meticulously designed for no other purpose than making its wearer look like a complete and utter pillock". In ''A Tourist's Guide to Lancre'', the Lancre coat of arms is "crowned" with a jester's cap.
20th Aug '15 4:02:43 AM GiantCaveMushroom
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* The 5th stage boss of ''{{VideoGame/Touhou}}: Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom'', Clownpiece, wears an odd four-coned variation, with two of the cones twisted around each other to connect to a single pompom.
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