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16th Jun '17 10:30:49 PM spectertv
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* In ''Manga/RosarioToVampire Capu2'', the Lilith Mirror splits Moka into her Outer and [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Inner]] forms. Both of them are unstable apart, and since the Lilith Mirror's magic needed to be reversed, they rejoin shortly after they split, much to Kokoa's disappointment.

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* In ''Manga/RosarioToVampire Capu2'', [=Capu2=]'', the Lilith Mirror splits Moka into her Outer and [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Inner]] forms. Both of them are unstable apart, and since the Lilith Mirror's magic needed to be reversed, they rejoin shortly after they split, much to Kokoa's disappointment.



** The ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series has a few examples. [[AllThereInTheManual According to supplementary materials]], Colonel and Iris were the result of a failed attempt to create a second Mega Man X, but the part of the AI representing X's compassion rejected the part responsible for his martial prowess, or vice versa, so they had to be split off into sperate bodies. There's also the obscure [[NoExportForYou manga and trading card series]] character IX (Irregular X, presumably he'd be called MaX if he ever showed up in the English version), an evil clone of X made up of all his negative emotions created by parasitic NanoMachines. And then in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' it turns out that [[spoiler:the title character himself is one of these, being a cheap knockoff of the real Zero's body that was used by the evil Dr. Weil to siphon off all the good personality traits that Dr. Cain implanted in him, leaving behind the raging psychopath, known as Omega Zero, that Dr. Wily intended him to be.]]

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** The ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series has a few examples. [[AllThereInTheManual According to supplementary materials]], Colonel and Iris were the result of a failed attempt to create a second Mega Man X, but the part of the AI representing X's compassion rejected the part responsible for his martial prowess, or vice versa, so they had to be split off into sperate bodies. There's also the obscure [[NoExportForYou manga and trading card series]] character IX (Irregular X, presumably he'd be called MaX [=MaX=] if he ever showed up in the English version), an evil clone of X made up of all his negative emotions created by parasitic NanoMachines. And then in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' it turns out that [[spoiler:the title character himself is one of these, being a cheap knockoff of the real Zero's body that was used by the evil Dr. Weil to siphon off all the good personality traits that Dr. Cain implanted in him, leaving behind the raging psychopath, known as Omega Zero, that Dr. Wily intended him to be.]]
24th May '17 10:37:38 PM Fuyumoto
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'': In the past, [[spoiler: Abe no Seimei]] performed a spell that split himself into [[spoiler: a Yang half that is the Seimei we know and a Yin half known as [[EvilCounterpart Kuro Seimei]].]]

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'': In the past, [[spoiler: Abe no Seimei]] performed a spell that split himself into [[spoiler: a Yang half personality that is the Seimei we know and a Yin half personality known as [[EvilCounterpart Kuro Seimei]].Seimei]], effectively [[CreateYourOwnVillain creating the]] BigBad.]]
8th May '17 10:42:24 AM Hanz
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* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'', it's possible to have both the actor Josh Birk and Nyte Blayde, the TV character played by Birk on a ShowWithinAShow, as homies at the same time.

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* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'', it's possible to have both ''Videogame/SaintsRowIV'', Shaundi's ''Videogame/SaintsRow2'' incarnation ends up splitting up from her and becomes her own entity in the actor Josh Birk and Nyte Blayde, virtual simulation dubbed "Fun Shaundi" that the TV character played by Birk on a ShowWithinAShow, as homies at the same time.[[IHatePastMe real Shaundi hates]].
30th Apr '17 10:58:49 AM NineballCirno
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29th Apr '17 5:51:07 AM Fuyumoto
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'': In the past, [[spoiler: Abe no Seimei]] performed a spell that split himself into [[spoiler: a Yang half that is the Seimei we know and a Yin half known as [[EvilCounterpart Kuro Seimei]].]]
7th Apr '17 6:23:08 PM Laevatein
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* The music video for KylieMinogue's "Did It Again" involves Cute Kylie, Sexy Kylie, Indie Kylie and Dance Kylie sometimes helping each other out, but mostly fighting one another, as a metaphor for the different directions she was being pulled in as an artist.
25th Mar '17 10:22:19 AM MasterHero
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** ''ComicBook/SupermanReborn'' reveals [[spoiler:the creation of the ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' continuity caused Franchise/{{Superman}} to be separated into his pre-''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' and ''[=N52=]'' selves, explaining why were there two versions of Superman flying around at the end of the ''New 52'', when no other character displayed such problem. It's also a reference to the Red and Blue era, given the lights used to represent the two. At the end of the story, they [[SplitPersonalityMerge merge]] into a single, complete version of Superman.]]



* Sandman had this happen to him once, in [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker: Spider-Man]] by some plot. He got split into his core, his childhood self, his [[OppositeSexClone feminine side]], and unfortunately, his [[SuperPoweredEvilSide evil side]] in order to handwave why he stayed a crook.

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* Sandman had this happen to him once, in [[Franchise/SpiderMan ''[[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker: Spider-Man]] Spider-Man]]'' by some plot. He got split into his core, his childhood self, his [[OppositeSexClone feminine side]], and unfortunately, his [[SuperPoweredEvilSide evil side]] in order to handwave why he stayed a crook.
10th Mar '17 7:30:42 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'' has this happening to the Eighth Doctor in the episode "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho063Caerdroia Caerdroia]]", where he gets split up into the three main sides of his personality, resulting in a passionate and easily distracted {{Cloudcuckoolander}} version, a compassionate, rational version, and a gloomy, pragmatic, DeadpanSnarker version. In response, his companion, Charley, nicknames the goofy one "Tigger" and the grumpy one "Eeyore". At the climax of the story, [[spoiler:the villain, Kro'ka, captures the goofy Doctor and the rational Doctor with the intent of [[MindProbe Mind Probing]] them, but before he can do so, he is confronted by the grumpy Doctor, who threatens to use a Mind Probe of his own on Kro'ka in order to find out who the ManBehindTheMan he is working for actually is. When Kro'ka tries to talk him down, pointing that a part of the Doctor or not, he is ''still'' the Doctor, and the Doctor is too merciful to forcibly invade the mind of another living being, the grumpy Doctor in turn points out that, unfortunately for Kro'ka, while the compassionate sides of his personality would indeed normally hold him back from such questionable acts, he is the Doctor's more "nasty" and pragmatic sides made flesh and doesn't have the other sides to mediate him, he has no such scruples and then invades Kro'ka's mind, despite his pleas, without a second thought]]. When the grumpy Doctor is reunited with the goofy and rational ones, just before they are recombined back to a whole person again, they both figure out what he did are none too happy about it.

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* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'' has this happening to the Eighth Doctor in the episode "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho063Caerdroia Caerdroia]]", where he gets split up into the three main sides of his personality, resulting in a passionate and easily distracted {{Cloudcuckoolander}} version, a compassionate, rational version, and a gloomy, pragmatic, DeadpanSnarker version. In response, his companion, Charley, nicknames the goofy one "Tigger" and the grumpy one "Eeyore". At the climax of the story, [[spoiler:the villain, Kro'ka, captures the goofy Doctor and the rational Doctor with the intent of [[MindProbe Mind Probing]] them, but before he can do so, he is confronted by the grumpy Doctor, who threatens to use a Mind Probe of his own on Kro'ka in order to find out who the ManBehindTheMan he is working for actually is. When Kro'ka tries to talk him down, pointing that a part of the Doctor or not, he is ''still'' the Doctor, and the Doctor is too merciful to forcibly invade the mind of another living being, the grumpy Doctor in turn points out that, unfortunately for Kro'ka, while the compassionate sides of his personality would indeed normally hold him back from such questionable acts, he is the Doctor's more "nasty" and pragmatic sides made flesh and doesn't have the other sides to mediate him, so therefore he has no such scruples and then invades Kro'ka's mind, despite his pleas, without a second thought]]. When the grumpy Doctor is reunited with the goofy and rational ones, just before they are recombined back to a whole person again, they both figure out what he did are none too happy about it.
10th Mar '17 7:29:27 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'' has this happening to the Eighth Doctor in the episode "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho063Caerdroia Caerdroia]]", where he gets split up into the three main sides of his personality, resulting in a passionate and easily distracted {{Cloudcuckoolander}} version, a compassionate, rational version, and a gloomy, pragmatic, DeadpanSnaker version. In response, his companion, Charley, nicknames the goofy one "Tigger" and the grumpy one "Eeyore". At the climax of the story, [[spoiler:the villain, Kro'ka, captures the goofy Doctor and the rational Doctor with the intent of [[MindProbe Mind Probing]] them, but before he can do so, he is confronted by the grumpy Doctor, who threatens to use a Mind Probe of his own on Kro'ka in order to find out who the ManBehindTheMan he is working for actually is. When Kro'ka tries to talk him down, pointing that a part of the Doctor or not, he is ''still'' the Doctor, and the Doctor is too merciful to forcibly invade the mind of another living being, the grumpy Doctor in turn points out that, unfortunately for Kro'ka, while the compassionate sides of his personality would indeed normally hold him back from such questionable acts, he is the Doctor's more "nasty" and pragmatic sides made flesh and doesn't have the other sides to mediate him, he has no such scruples and then invades Kro'ka's mind, despite his pleas, without a second thought]]. When the grumpy Doctor is reunited with the goofy and rational ones, just before they are recombined back to a whole person again, they both figure out what he did are none too happy about it.

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* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'' has this happening to the Eighth Doctor in the episode "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho063Caerdroia Caerdroia]]", where he gets split up into the three main sides of his personality, resulting in a passionate and easily distracted {{Cloudcuckoolander}} version, a compassionate, rational version, and a gloomy, pragmatic, DeadpanSnaker DeadpanSnarker version. In response, his companion, Charley, nicknames the goofy one "Tigger" and the grumpy one "Eeyore". At the climax of the story, [[spoiler:the villain, Kro'ka, captures the goofy Doctor and the rational Doctor with the intent of [[MindProbe Mind Probing]] them, but before he can do so, he is confronted by the grumpy Doctor, who threatens to use a Mind Probe of his own on Kro'ka in order to find out who the ManBehindTheMan he is working for actually is. When Kro'ka tries to talk him down, pointing that a part of the Doctor or not, he is ''still'' the Doctor, and the Doctor is too merciful to forcibly invade the mind of another living being, the grumpy Doctor in turn points out that, unfortunately for Kro'ka, while the compassionate sides of his personality would indeed normally hold him back from such questionable acts, he is the Doctor's more "nasty" and pragmatic sides made flesh and doesn't have the other sides to mediate him, he has no such scruples and then invades Kro'ka's mind, despite his pleas, without a second thought]]. When the grumpy Doctor is reunited with the goofy and rational ones, just before they are recombined back to a whole person again, they both figure out what he did are none too happy about it.
10th Mar '17 7:27:57 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'' has this happening to the Eighth Doctor in the episode "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho063Caerdroia Caerdroia]]", where he gets split up into the three main sides of his personality, resulting in a passionate and easily distracted {{Cloudcuckoolander}} version, a compassionate, rational version, and a gloomy, pragmatic, DeadpanSnaker version. In response, his companion, Charley, nicknames the goofy one "Tigger" and the grumpy one "Eeyore". At the climax of the story, [[spoiler:the villain, Kro'ka, captures the goofy Doctor and the rational Doctor with the intent of [[MindProbe Mind Probing]] them, but before he can do so, he is confronted by the grumpy Doctor, who threatens to use a Mind Probe of his own on Kro'ka in order to find out who the ManBehindTheMan he is working for actually is. When Kro'ka tries to talk him down, pointing that a part of the Doctor or not, he is ''still'' the Doctor, and the Doctor is too merciful to forcibly invade the mind of another living being, the grumpy Doctor in turn points out that, unfortunately for Kro'ka, while the compassionate sides of his personality would indeed normally hold him back from such questionable acts, he is the Doctor's more "nasty" and pragmatic sides made flesh and doesn't have the other sides to mediate him, he has no such scruples and then invades Kro'ka's mind, despite his pleas, without a second thought]]. When the grumpy Doctor is reunited with the goofy and rational ones, just before they are recombined back to a whole person again, they both figure out what he did are none too happy about it.
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