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9th Feb '16 12:05:21 PM DuneTheWanderer
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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' uses an oft-forgotten piece of lore about the undead Liches, the phylactery, to explain Kel'Thuzad returning to life in Wrath of the Lich King. The phylactery is a trinket, urn, or other item where the lich's soul is stored until it's power returns and it can build itself a new body. However, he appears to be staying dead after Wrath despite his phylactery not showing up since vanilla, pre-Burning Crusade storylines.
17th Jan '16 10:14:48 PM bowserbros
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* In the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, the blue crystal in Deoxys's chest is stated in its PokÚdex entries to be its brain.
6th Dec '15 2:46:14 AM Dravencour
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* In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', [[spoiler:the Magical Girls' "Soul Gems" are ''exactly that''.]]
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* In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', [[spoiler:the Magical Girls' "Soul Gems" are ''exactly that''. They function as essentially both Soul Jars and Heart Drives, and if too much magic is used or too much despair is suffered, the Soul Gem gets corrupted completely and becomes a Grief Seed.]]
5th Nov '15 4:25:36 AM harostar
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* The Maiden Circuits in ''Anime/SaberMarionetteJ''. This special piece of hardware gives the Marionettes (and Saber Dolls) emotions and contains their personality. If removed or damaged, they become robotic and essentially lifeless. [[spoiler: The Maiden Circuits are actually a device in three parts, meant to be matured and then combined together to create an artificial personality based on the creator. They were created to serve as a control device, to pacify the rogue AI that nearly wiped out humanity centuries ago and holds the only surviving human female prisoner....]]
28th Oct '15 8:51:13 AM Kakai
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* In ''Film/TheLastWitchHunter'', the witch's life is in her heart, meaning that to kill the witch, one has to destroy the heart, otherwise it can be used to bring her back to life.
26th Oct '15 12:02:54 PM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/{{Safehold}}'', while Merlin's body can be destroyed, his mind, memories and consciousness are locked in a spherical computer about the size of a fist, hidden in his torso behind protection strong enough to withstand pretty much everything short of being ground zero for a nuclear strike. If the body is destroyed, this can still survive and be plugged into either a new PICA or a VR unit.
11th Oct '15 10:34:14 AM nombretomado
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* It's provided the page image for RobotGirl at some points, so it shouldn't be a surprise that the ''Persona'' series utilizes Heart Drive-like devices. The more straightforward example is Labrys' "Plume of Dusk," which is said to contain something vaguely approximating her essence in ''Persona4Arena''. In the [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} third game in the main series]], Aigis can be a [[LevelUpAtIntimacyFive Social Link]] ([[UpdatedRerelease depending on the game version]]); at the conclusion of her CharacterArc, she invites the [[HelloInsertNameHere Main Character]] to [[spoiler:[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything leave his DNA on one of her central processors]].]]
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* It's provided the page image for RobotGirl at some points, so it shouldn't be a surprise that the ''Persona'' series utilizes Heart Drive-like devices. The more straightforward example is Labrys' "Plume of Dusk," which is said to contain something vaguely approximating her essence in ''Persona4Arena''.''VideoGame/Persona4Arena''. In the [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} third game in the main series]], Aigis can be a [[LevelUpAtIntimacyFive Social Link]] ([[UpdatedRerelease depending on the game version]]); at the conclusion of her CharacterArc, she invites the [[HelloInsertNameHere Main Character]] to [[spoiler:[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything leave his DNA on one of her central processors]].]]
7th Oct '15 12:31:50 AM M84
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* The Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin are exactly what their name indicates]]: the only fundamental part of them is the [[GemHeart jewel]]. If their body is heavily damaged, their souls retreat into their Gems for a while until they can form a new one; if the Gem is damaged [[spoiler:or corrupted]], however, the results are far more severe. A destroyed Gem equals death.
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* The Gems in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin are exactly what their name indicates]]: the only fundamental part of them is the [[GemHeart jewel]]. If their body is heavily damaged, their souls retreat into their Gems for a while until they can form a new one; if the Gem is damaged [[spoiler:or corrupted]], however, the results are far more severe. A destroyed Gem equals death. Incidentally this is also why Rose Quartz suffered DeathByChildbirth. The only way she could give birth to Steven was by giving her jewel to him. Her existence ended when his began. Aside from her powers and her love, it does not seem like anything else of Rose remains in Steve.
26th Sep '15 2:33:19 PM RichardX1
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[[folder:Toys]] * The mini-comic packaged with ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' character Roboto indicates that Man-at-Arms installed a heart[[note]]what it actually was and how Man-at-Arms made it were never explained, but it was heart-shaped[[/note]] that gave him a personality and kept evildoers from harnessing his abilities for evil (until Skeletor literally pulled Roboto's heart out). The translucent torso on the action figure even showed a flat plastic heart oscillating up and down as his gears turned. [[/folder]]
29th Aug '15 2:17:10 AM M84
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* In ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', Karn the Silver Golem was granted sentience when Urza inserted Xantcha's heartstone into the golem. This would eventually have dire consequences, since said stone was of Phyrexian origin and thus carried a trace of [[TheVirus Phyrexian oil.]] Even a single drop of the oil would be enough to begin the gradual phyresis of an entire plane -- which is exactly what happened to Mirrodin, the artificial plane Karn created, leading to its rebirth as New Phyrexia.
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