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21st Sep '17 3:40:16 PM goldfndr
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** Revisited again in [[http://teen-titans-go.wikia.com/wiki/Some_of_Their_Parts "Some of Their Parts"]] when Silkie swallows the gem, splitting into five different personalities, and Robin decides to split the rest of the team.
14th Sep '17 4:47:39 AM TroperNo9001
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** The best example for an unstable fusion is Malachite, the fusion of [[BloodKnight Jasper]] and [[{{Determinator}} Lapis Lazuli]]. Normally, a fusion get a different voice then their components, but Malachite doesn't. Instead, she speaks with the voices of both Lapis and Jasper, with the dominant voice and eye shape signifying who is controlling the fusion (round eyes for Lapis, squinted eyes for Jasper). Malachite rarely refers to herself as "I", mostly using "us" and "we". This occasionally leads to some pretty weird sentence construction.

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** The best example for an unstable fusion is Malachite, the fusion of [[BloodKnight Jasper]] and [[{{Determinator}} Lapis Lazuli]]. Normally, a fusion get gets a different voice then than their components, but Malachite doesn't. Instead, she speaks with the voices of both Lapis and Jasper, with the dominant voice and eye shape signifying who is controlling the fusion (round eyes for Lapis, squinted eyes for Jasper). Malachite rarely refers to herself as "I", mostly using "us" and "we". This occasionally leads to some pretty weird sentence construction.
24th Aug '17 1:06:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Anime/{{Shinzo}}'': [[spoiler:The three male protagonists]] are revealed to actually be different components of the Enterran overlord Mushrambo, whose soul was split into several parts by Yakumo when he tried to kill her.
21st Aug '17 5:17:22 PM Tacitus
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* In 4th Edition ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', the Dragon God Io was cut in two by the King of Terror, Erek-Hus. The two halves then rose up as a pair of new deities, Bahamut and Tiamat, who then killed Erek-Hus. All Io's evil qualities, his hubris, arrogance, and envy, were embodied in Tiamat, while his good qualities, his desire to protect and his sense of equality, were embodied in Bahamut. Both gods inherited Io's preference for working alone, and became bitter enemies after the battle. In previous editions, Bahamut and Tiamat were instead the children of Io.
* Warhammer has Naestra and Arahan, the Sisters of Twilight. These two Wood Elf maidens represent the light and dark sides of the Wood Elf people, and were originally a single elf called Naestrahan, split apart by fey forest magic for some unfathomable purpose. At least, that was their original origin story - the 2014 Wood Elf army book made things a lot less certain, suggesting that they may instead just be regular elves of peculiarly opposite natures, the magically bound together children of Queen Ariel, or even the light and dark aspects of Ariel's personality given physical form during one of her absences from the world.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':
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In 4th Edition ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', Edition, the Dragon God Io was cut in two by the King of Terror, Erek-Hus. The two halves then rose up as a pair of new deities, Bahamut and Tiamat, who then killed Erek-Hus. All Io's evil qualities, his hubris, arrogance, and envy, were embodied in Tiamat, while his good qualities, his desire to protect and his sense of equality, were embodied in Bahamut. Both gods inherited Io's preference for working alone, and became bitter enemies after the battle. In previous editions, Bahamut and Tiamat were instead the children of Io.
** The halflings' patron deity Yondalla is known as a squeaky-clean, LawfulGood goddess of family and protection, but one of the races' biggest secrets is that she has a dark twin of sorts. Yondalla waited to create her race until she'd seen the other deities make their own, and was so impressed that she borrowed some of what made them each special to put into her halflings - a bit of the elves' grace and speed, a pinch of the dwarves' devotion to community, some of the humans' ambition, and so forth. The other gods were annoyed, but were willing to let Yondalla's offense slide if she got rid of her larcenous streak. When she did so, these darker impulses coalesced into the ChaoticNeutral goddess Dallah Thaun, a deity of secrets and trickery. Rather than an EnemyWithout, Dallah Thaun complements Yondalla as a separate aspect of the same whole - they can hear each others' prayers and have the same dedication to the halflings' well-being, they just differ in their methods. When a halfling needs healing or a plentiful harvest he prays to Yondalla, but when it's time to relieve others of their wealth or seek vengeance against those that would harm the little folk, halflings pray to Dallah Thaun.
* Warhammer ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' has Naestra and Arahan, the Sisters of Twilight. These two Wood Elf maidens represent the light and dark sides of the Wood Elf people, and were originally a single elf called Naestrahan, split apart by fey forest magic for some unfathomable purpose. At least, that was their original origin story - the 2014 Wood Elf army book made things a lot less certain, suggesting that they may instead just be regular elves of peculiarly opposite natures, the magically bound together children of Queen Ariel, or even the light and dark aspects of Ariel's personality given physical form during one of her absences from the world.
21st Aug '17 7:34:55 AM BeerBaron
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'''s ''Shivering Isles'' expansion, there is the town of [[MeaningfulName Split]]; an entire ''community'' made up of literally split personalities. Some explanation: The Shivering Isles is a literal Realm of Madness, which is split environmentally down the middle between two facets of madness: Mania and Dementia. One day, a wizard hypothesized that every person had both a Manic side and a Demented side to their mind, and, to test this, cast a spell on the town to divide all of its original residents into two separate beings. Unfortunately, everyone on either side detests their counterpart, so both sides each ask you, an outsider, to resolve the dilemma for them. [[spoiler:Sadly, there is no way to reunite the two sides and you can only "fix" things by completely wiping out one side for the other.]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'''s Oblivion]]'':
*** The main plot of the ''Shivering Isles'' expansion revolves around [[BigBad Jyggalag]], the Daedric Prince of [[ControlFreak Order]], attempting to pull this off. Deep in the backstory, in a time before recorded history, Jyggalag grew powerful. The other ([[OrderVersusChaos chaotic-leaning]]) Daedric Princes grew fearful and jealous of this power, so they came together and [[IronicHell cursed]] Jyggalag into [[BecameTheirOwnAntithesis becoming his own antithesis]] - Sheogorath, the Daedric Prince of [[MadGod Madness]]. However, at the end of every Era, he is allowed to return to his true form in an [[EternalRecurrence event known as the Greymarch]]. During this time, he retakes and destroys the Shivering Isles (Sheogorath's and formerly his own [[EldritchLocation realm]]), only to return to the form of Sheogorath at the end. After enlisting the aid of the [[PlayerCharacter Champion of Cyrodiil]], Jyggalag [[spoiler:is finally able to break this ViciousCycle once and for all by [[AGodIsYou passing the mantle of Sheogorath]] onto the Champion, splitting them into two separate deities]].
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''Shivering Isles'' expansion, there is the town of [[MeaningfulName Split]]; an entire ''community'' made up of literally split personalities. Some explanation: The Shivering Isles is a literal Realm of Madness, which is split environmentally down the middle between two facets of madness: Mania and Dementia. One day, a wizard hypothesized that every person had both a Manic side and a Demented side to their mind, and, to test this, cast a spell on the town to divide all of its original residents into two separate beings. Unfortunately, everyone on either side detests their counterpart, so both sides each ask you, an outsider, to resolve the dilemma for them. [[spoiler:Sadly, there is no way to reunite the two sides and you can only "fix" things by completely wiping out one side for the other.]]
4th Aug '17 5:24:11 PM kazokuhouou
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* In ''VideoGame/Persona5'' [[spoiler: this is what twins Caroline and Justine really are. [[BigBad Yaldabaoth split ''Lavenza'' into Caroline and Justine so she didn't realize he disguises himself as [[BigGood Igor]].]]

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* In ''VideoGame/Persona5'' [[spoiler: this is what twins Caroline and Justine really are. [[BigBad Yaldabaoth Yaldabaoth]] split ''Lavenza'' into Caroline and Justine so she didn't realize he disguises himself as [[BigGood Igor]].]]
4th Aug '17 5:23:37 PM kazokuhouou
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* In ''VideoGame/Persona5'' [[spoiler: this is what twins Caroline and Justine really are. [[BigBad Yaldabaoth split ''Lavenza'' into Caroline and Justine so she didn't realize he disguises himself as [[BigGood Igor]].]]
24th Jul '17 11:15:21 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Shivering Isles'' expansion, there is the town of [[MeaningfulName Split]]; an entire ''community'' made up of literally split personalities. Some explanation: The Shivering Isles is a literal Realm of Madness, which is split environmentally down the middle between two facets of madness: Mania and Dementia. One day, a wizard hypothesized that every person had both a Manic side and a Demented side to their mind, and, to test this, cast a spell on the town to divide all of its original residents into two separate beings. Unfortunately, everyone on either side detests their counterpart, so both sides each ask you, an outsider, to resolve the dilemma for them. [[spoiler:Sadly, there is no way to reunite the two sides and you can only "fix" things by completely wiping out one side for the other.]]

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** Mannimarco, an [[OurElvesAreBetter Altmer]] {{necromancer}} known as the "[[AppropriatedAppellation King of Worms]]" who [[Characters/TheElderScrollsRecurringCharacters makes several appearances in the series]], had this occur to him. As an ImmortalitySeeker who [[AGodAmI wished to become a god]], he first became the first mortal to become a [[OurLichesAreDifferent Lich]]. After his [[TheStarscream attempt to usurp]] [[GodOfEvil Molag Bal]], the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] of [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Domination]] and [[TheCorrupter Corruption]], during the events of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsOnline Online]]'' failed, he hatched another plan to seize the Mantella, an unimaginably powerful soul gem and power source for the [[RealityWarper reality warping]] [[HumongousMecha Numidium]] during the events of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall]]''. This plan succeeded...[[MindScrew sort of]]. Due to an event known as the "[[TimeCrash Warp in the West]]", all of ''Daggerfall'''s mutually exclusive endings happened at once, and [[BroadStrokes none to the same extent they would have individually]]. This seemingly created two beings out of Mannimarco, the "God of Worms" who ascended to divinity and the "King of Worms", a powerful lich who leads a [[ReligionOfEvil cult which worships the God of Worms]]. These two now seem to be treated as separate entities.
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In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Shivering ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'''s ''Shivering Isles'' expansion, there is the town of [[MeaningfulName Split]]; an entire ''community'' made up of literally split personalities. Some explanation: The Shivering Isles is a literal Realm of Madness, which is split environmentally down the middle between two facets of madness: Mania and Dementia. One day, a wizard hypothesized that every person had both a Manic side and a Demented side to their mind, and, to test this, cast a spell on the town to divide all of its original residents into two separate beings. Unfortunately, everyone on either side detests their counterpart, so both sides each ask you, an outsider, to resolve the dilemma for them. [[spoiler:Sadly, there is no way to reunite the two sides and you can only "fix" things by completely wiping out one side for the other.]]
24th Jul '17 10:14:03 AM LavonPapillon1
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* Jordan from ''WebVideo/JordanUnderneath'' is seen interacting with various other versions of himself throughout his videos, usually representing parts of his personality.
** Sad Jordan is a perpetually sad Jordan that represents Jordan's sadness and depression. He is characterized by the black tear streaks coming from his eyes, his friendship with the scary Mr. Whiskers, his habit of saying depressing things and his compulsion to remind Jordan constantly of those depressing things.
** Skele-Jordan is Jordan. And a [[DemBones skeleton]]. He might also be insane and a representation of his inner NightmareFetishist.
** Evil Jordan is Jordan's [[EnemyWithin evil side]] who tries taking over as the dominant personality in the ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'' review. Half of his face (and hand) is [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver painted black with one]] [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eye]].
** Anxiety Jordan represents Jordan's anxiety. He has swirly eyes, a cracked face and wears a white hoody, and usually mutters all of the little things that bother him.
19th Jul '17 6:51:07 AM Jacob175
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* Cheryl Mason of ''VideoGame/SilentHill1''is really the innocent part of the dark and mysterious Alessa Gillespie's personality given a separate body. In the best ending, Cheryl's adoptive father receives a recombined form of Cheryl/Alessa who becomes Heather Mason, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/SilentHill3''.

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* Cheryl Mason of ''VideoGame/SilentHill1''is ''VideoGame/SilentHill1'' is really the innocent part of the dark and mysterious Alessa Gillespie's personality given a separate body. In the best ending, Cheryl's adoptive father receives a recombined form of Cheryl/Alessa who becomes Heather Mason, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/SilentHill3''.


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* This is a key aspect to the big plot twists in ''VideoGame/{{Lunarosse}}''. [[spoiler:The reason Corlia and Yliandra are NotSoDifferent is because they're both halves of the real Corlia's personality, subconsciously split into two when she created Lunarosse. A willing example was Naamari, who split himself into Zevhan, Bellahan and himself in order to spy on everyone and make sure his plans were working.]]
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