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16th Jan '17 9:40:15 PM Kirayoshi
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** In a ''Detective Comics'' story written by Creator/PaulDini, ComicBook/{{Joker}} killed a goth stage magician name Loxias and assumed his identity, planning to murder the audience at one of his shows.

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** In a ''Detective Comics'' story written by Creator/PaulDini, ComicBook/{{Joker}} ComicBook/TheJoker killed a goth stage magician name Loxias and assumed his identity, planning to murder the audience at one of his shows.
16th Jan '17 9:35:00 PM Kirayoshi
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** In a ''Detective Comics'' story written by Creator/PaulDini, ComicBook/{{Joker}} killed a goth stage magician name Loxias and assumed his identity, planning to murder the audience at one of his shows.
14th Jan '17 5:33:25 PM Sharlee
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** In some brood-parasitic species like cuckoos, their ''babies'' also participate in the KillAndReplace: hatching sooner after being laid than their unwitting foster-parents' real eggs, then shoving their foster-siblings-to-be out.

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** In some brood-parasitic species like cuckoos, their ''babies'' ''[[EnfantTerrible babies]]'' also participate in the KillAndReplace: hatching sooner after being laid than their unwitting foster-parents' real eggs, then shoving their foster-siblings-to-be out.
14th Jan '17 5:32:41 PM Sharlee
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** In some brood-parasitic species like cuckoos, their ''babies'' also participate in the KillAnsReplace: hatching sooner after being laid than their unwitting foster-parents' real eggs, then shoving their foster-siblings-to-be out.

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** In some brood-parasitic species like cuckoos, their ''babies'' also participate in the KillAnsReplace: KillAndReplace: hatching sooner after being laid than their unwitting foster-parents' real eggs, then shoving their foster-siblings-to-be out.
14th Jan '17 5:32:12 PM Sharlee
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** In some brood-parasitic species like cuckoos, their ''babies'' also participate in the KillAnsReplace: hatching sooner after being laid than their unwitting foster-parents' real eggs, then shoving their foster-siblings-to-be out.
4th Jan '17 9:58:04 AM penguinz0
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* In ''Manga/{{Paradyte}}'' The anime/manga in a nutshell.

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* In ''Manga/{{Paradyte}}'' ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' The anime/manga in a nutshell. The parasytes take over people's lives and influential job positions.
4th Jan '17 7:36:43 AM Gosicrystal
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* The malevolent alien entity of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Jenova. During a GreatOffscreenWar, Jenova used its shapeshifting abilities to get closer to its targets, harvesting them into monsters with the same ability. Needless to say, civilization collapsed. Fortunately, the Cetra were able to contain Jenvoa before it could consume the whole planet via this method.

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* The malevolent alien entity of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Jenova. During a GreatOffscreenWar, Jenova used its shapeshifting abilities to get closer to its targets, harvesting them into monsters with the same ability. Needless to say, civilization collapsed. Fortunately, the Cetra were able to contain Jenvoa Jenova before it could consume the whole planet via this method.
4th Jan '17 7:09:50 AM penguinz0
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* In ''Manga/{{Paradyte}}'' The anime/manga in a nutshell.
27th Dec '16 10:50:13 AM Dark_Lord_
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* The Worm creatures in ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'' do this. They also take their victims' memories and can use them to ShapeshifterGuiltTrip their enemies. Note that they occasionally do the "replace" before they're done with the killing, as seen in one episode where a Worm victim manages to survive and the heroes have to SpotTheImpostor.

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* This trope appears multiple times in the ''Franchise/KamenRider'' franchise, where entire enemy species have this as their modus operandi.
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The Worm creatures in ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'' do this. They also take their victims' memories and can use them to ShapeshifterGuiltTrip their enemies. Note that they occasionally do the "replace" before they're done with the killing, as seen in one episode where a Worm victim manages to survive and the heroes have to SpotTheImpostor.


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** The Roidmude, a race of android-like beings from ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'', like the previously mentioned Worm, are also able to fully copy both the appearance and the memories of their victims. Most of them also try to dispatch their victim. Others, however, intentionally keep the victim alive to learn more about their emotions, as understanding emotions evolves a Roidmude to the next level.
25th Dec '16 8:13:48 PM BlueGuy
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* In ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part IV, [[spoiler: Kira kills Shinobu's husband Kosaku and steals his identity in order to hide from Josuke. Made heartbreaking after Kira is finally killed, as Hayato can't bring himself to tell his mom that her husband is dead or that the man she's loved recently was an impostor.]]

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* In ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part IV, ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable'', [[spoiler: Kira kills Shinobu's husband Kosaku and steals his identity in order to hide from Josuke. Made heartbreaking after Kira is finally killed, as Hayato can't bring himself to tell his mom that her husband is dead or that the man she's loved recently was an impostor.]]
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