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31st Jan '17 10:11:43 PM Sabrewing
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* Dragoons in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfDragoon'' can transform between their civilian and powered-up, armored forms, getting access to magic spells, flight, and greater strength and endurance in the process.
8th Jan '17 7:09:35 AM Stinkoman87
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* FutureCardBuddyfight has the Transform keyword. It's unique to the {{Toku}}-style Superheroes (or their counterparts the Dark Heroes), and is flavored this way. Monsters with this keyword may be equipped as though they were items, effectively turning you into a Henshin Hero.
29th Dec '16 8:07:47 AM Beatman1
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* ''WesternAnimation/Trollhunters'' works this way with the magic amulet wielded by Jim, complete with TransformaionSequence activated by reciting ''For the glory of Merlin, daylight is mine to command!''

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* ''WesternAnimation/Trollhunters'' ''{{WesternAnimation/Trollhunters}}'' works this way with the magic amulet wielded by Jim, complete with TransformaionSequence TransformationSequence activated by reciting ''For the glory of Merlin, daylight is mine to command!''
29th Dec '16 8:07:09 AM Beatman1
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* ''WesternAnimation/Trollhunters'' works this way with the magic amulet wielded by Jim, complete with TransformaionSequence activated by reciting ''For the glory of Merlin, daylight is mine to command!''
26th Nov '16 12:32:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* The eponymous ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. Though some episodes shows that he ''can'' be a {{badass}} in human form.

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* The eponymous ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. Though some episodes shows that he ''can'' be a {{badass}} badass in human form.
20th Nov '16 7:15:36 PM Kuruni
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* ''Anime/SonicSoldierBorgman'', nuff said

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* %%* ''Anime/SonicSoldierBorgman'', nuff saidsaid
* ''WebAnimation/KaijuGirls'': The girls are only slightly stronger than ordinary humans and most of their powers (such as SuperStrength) are only active after transformation.
3rd Nov '16 9:09:09 PM Gamemaniac92711
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* The ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'' are examples of this trope, transforming OnceAnEpisode from their civilian identities to the hero team they are in the night, and being unable to utilize their powers in the daytime.
31st Oct '16 7:52:23 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Even the original ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' was prone to it, since he had a non-combat form he spent most of his time in; that said, the audience almost never gets to see Rock in his off-hours, so sightings of the change are few and far between. He does do it in the [[VideoGame/MegaManV fifth]] UsefulNotes/GameBoy game. No invocation, he just jumps into the air and transforms from Rock to Mega Man. [[spoiler:It doesn't help.]] A short mini-comic also implies that his helmet can be used as his henshin device.

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** Even the original ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' was prone to it, since he had a non-combat form he spent most of his time in; that said, the audience almost never gets to see Rock in his off-hours, so sightings of the change are few and far between. He does do it in the [[VideoGame/MegaManV fifth]] UsefulNotes/GameBoy game.game, though. No invocation, he just jumps into the air and transforms from Rock to Mega Man. [[spoiler:It doesn't help.]] A short mini-comic also implies that his helmet can be used as his henshin device.
31st Oct '16 7:51:13 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Even the original ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' was prone to it, since he had a non-combat form he spent most of his time in; that said, the audience almost never gets to see Rock in his off-hours, so sightings of the change are few and far between. There's that once, in the GameBoy ''V''. No invocation, he just jumps into the air and transforms from Rock to Mega Man. [[spoiler:It doesn't help.]] A short mini-comic also implies that his helmet can be used as his henshin device.

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** Even the original ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' was prone to it, since he had a non-combat form he spent most of his time in; that said, the audience almost never gets to see Rock in his off-hours, so sightings of the change are few and far between. There's that once, He does do it in the GameBoy ''V''.[[VideoGame/MegaManV fifth]] UsefulNotes/GameBoy game. No invocation, he just jumps into the air and transforms from Rock to Mega Man. [[spoiler:It doesn't help.]] A short mini-comic also implies that his helmet can be used as his henshin device.
28th Jul '16 12:24:00 PM Willbyr
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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' was the TropeNamer and the TropeCodifier. Most Franchise/{{Kamen Rider}}s have "Henshin!" as the [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull changing command]].

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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' was the TropeNamer and the TropeCodifier. Most Franchise/{{Kamen Rider}}s Kamen Riders have "Henshin!" as the [[ByThePowerOfGreyskull changing command]].



* Eric Draven, from MallFight. He started off as a Green Ranger, moved onto becoming Kamen Rider Black, and now transforms (actually saying "HENSHIN!") into a fusion between Franchise/KamenRider and Comicbook/GhostRider.
* Creator/JewWario used to transform into "The Warion" but has now been upgraded into the Fami-Kamen Rider, a Nintendo/Famicom-themed ''KamenRider'' with powers based on 8-bit video game sprites (and a Rider Belt that's a portable Famicom unit).

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* Eric Draven, from MallFight. He started off as a Green Ranger, moved onto becoming Kamen Rider Black, and now transforms (actually saying "HENSHIN!") into a fusion between Franchise/KamenRider Kamen Rider and Comicbook/GhostRider.
* Creator/JewWario used to transform into "The Warion" but has now been upgraded into the Fami-Kamen Rider, a Nintendo/Famicom-themed ''KamenRider'' Kamen Rider with powers based on 8-bit video game sprites (and a Rider Belt that's a portable Famicom unit).



* Bradley Biggle plays this trope straight to become ''Mint Berry Crunch'' in WesternAnimation/SouthPark episode Coon vs. Coon and friends. In fact, his transformation sequence gives nods to the Franchise/KamenRider franchise and ''Anime/SailorMoon'', both of which are very prominent HenshinHero series.

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* Bradley Biggle plays this trope straight to become ''Mint Berry Crunch'' in WesternAnimation/SouthPark episode Coon vs. Coon and friends. In fact, his transformation sequence gives nods to the Franchise/KamenRider ''Kamen Rider'' franchise and ''Anime/SailorMoon'', both of which are very prominent HenshinHero series.
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