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22nd Dec '17 12:27:03 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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'''Ramjet:''' [[BadLiar I am not]]!

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'''Ramjet:''' [[BadLiar I am not]]!not!
2nd Dec '17 3:42:40 PM ReynTime250
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* In ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' it is revealed that [[VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles Zanza]] [[spoiler:is the evil half of Klaus and [[MadeOfEvil can be nothing but evil]] and The Architect is the good half of Klaus]].

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* In ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' it is revealed that [[VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles Zanza]] [[spoiler:is the evil half of Klaus and [[MadeOfEvil can be nothing but evil]] and The Architect is the good half of Klaus]].Klaus. Zanza was sent to another dimension due to the experiment Klaus worked on with the Conduit which is how the original game formed. The Architect later went on to recreate life from the world he destroyed, creating the Titans]].
2nd Dec '17 10:07:57 AM ReynTime250
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* In ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' it is revealed that [[VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles Zanza]] [[spoiler:is the evil half of Klaus and [[MadeOfEvil can be nothing but evil]] and The Architect is the good half of Klaus]].
13th Nov '17 6:10:04 AM LinTaylor
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** In ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'', the protagonist Emu is a compassionate medical intern who used to be a HotBlooded professional gamer when he was younger. His MidSeasonUpgrade, Mighty Brothers XX (Double X), splits him into two separate bodies that each possess one of those personalities. [[spoiler:Eventually it's revealed that recurring enemy Parado is the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Bugster]] born from Emu, which is also the reason for his apparent split personality; at one point after this revelation Parado even hijacks the "gamer" half of Mighty Brothers for himself. Near the end of the series Parado pulls a HeelFaceTurn and the two become a more permanent version of this trope, existing as separate but inextricably linked beings.]]
20th Oct '17 8:55:00 AM RedScharlach
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** When the nameless Namekian wanted to become God of the Earth, he expelled all of his evil, which took on a life of its own as the Great Demon King Piccolo. After being sealed for hundreds of years, being released, and eventually dying at Goku's hand, Piccolo reincarnates himself as his own son. Piccolo Jr. eventually undergoes a HeelFaceTurn and remerges with God.

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** When the nameless Namekian wanted to become God of the Earth, he expelled all of his evil, which took on a life of its own as the Great Demon King Piccolo. After being sealed for hundreds of years, being released, and eventually dying at Goku's hand, Piccolo reincarnates himself as his own son. Piccolo Jr. eventually undergoes a HeelFaceTurn and remerges re-merges with God.



* ''ComicBook/ThargsFutureShocks'': A writer who imagines himself as various different personas as he writes various series, goes to a doctor as he is experiencing WritersBlock. The doctor takes him to a machine that will allow the various personalities to be given their own bodies. However, after this the writer still can't think of any new stories as his other personas all type away at their own, so he creates a new one.

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* ''ComicBook/ThargsFutureShocks'': A writer who imagines himself as various different personas as he writes various different series, goes to a doctor as he is experiencing WritersBlock. The doctor takes him to a machine that will allow the various personalities to be given their own bodies. However, after this this, the writer still can't think of any new stories as his other personas all type away at their own, so he creates a new one.



* [[AxCrazy Flandre]] from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' is a mentally unstable little sister that locked in basement. Aozora Market make a [[http://g.e-hentai.org/g/149389/44dba39894/ doujin ]]where she asked permisson to go shopping in village. She split herself into 4 to spread her instable personality. One of them manage to buy the thing she wants but not before the rest of them making chaos in the mansion.

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* [[AxCrazy Flandre]] from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' is a mentally unstable little sister that locked in a basement. Aozora Market make created a [[http://g.e-hentai.org/g/149389/44dba39894/ doujin ]]where ]] where she asked permisson permission to go shopping in the village. She split herself into 4 four to spread her instable unstable personality. One of them manage manages to buy the thing she wants wants, but not before the rest of them making create chaos in the mansion.



** The opening episode of Season Four introduces black kryptonite. Martha uses it on Clark in order to try and deprogram him (long story) and it causes him to split into his good and evil sides, "Clark" and "Kal-El" (all of this most likely a MythologyGag to ''Film/SupermanIII''). [[spoiler:Unfortunately, the "fight" is very, very brief, with Kal starting to choke Clark only for Martha to toss the kryptonite to Clark, who smashes it into Kal's chest and fuses them back together.]] ''Lex'' got the black kryptonite treatment (here, it's created from ''heating'' regular kryptonite) in a later episode, with the good version being sweet (but not the crybaby many "good twins" are when this trope is used) and the evil version being... ''[[{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]]''.

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** The opening episode of Season Four introduces black kryptonite. Martha uses it on Clark in order to try and deprogram him (long story) and it causes him to split into his good and evil sides, "Clark" and "Kal-El" (all of this most likely a MythologyGag in reference to ''Film/SupermanIII''). [[spoiler:Unfortunately, the "fight" is very, very brief, with Kal starting to choke Clark only for Martha to toss the kryptonite to Clark, who smashes it into Kal's chest and fuses them back together.]] ''Lex'' got the black kryptonite treatment (here, it's created from ''heating'' regular kryptonite) in a later episode, with the good version being sweet (but not the crybaby many "good twins" are when this trope is used) and the evil version being... ''[[{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]]''.



** In a season 1 episode entitled "Which Prue Is It Anyway?", Prue casts a spell that accidentally creates 2 clones of her. One of the clones represents her fun, wild side, while the other clone exhibits her take-charge, business-like side.

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** In a season 1 episode entitled "Which Prue Is It Anyway?", Prue casts a spell that accidentally creates 2 two clones of her. One of the clones represents her fun, wild side, while the other clone exhibits her take-charge, business-like side.



* In the season 6 finale of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Sam is stuck in a Mental World where his identity has split into three personalities: original Sam, soulless Sam, and the mentally broken Sam who's been [[FateWorseThanDeath tortured in Lucifer's cage]]. Finding his way out of there requires the other two to merge back into him. Unfortunately, soulless Sam is [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind trying to murder original Sam]] to keep that from happening, and the broken Sam's memories are so [[GoMadFromTheRevelation traumatic]] that [[spoiler: Sam has to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital in season 7.]]
* Occurred in an episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch''. When everyone was pressuring Sabrina to go to a different college she ended up splitting herself into four different versions of herself without anyone knowing. Apparently she didn't even know about it herself until all four Sabrinas meet up towards the end of the episode.

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* In the season 6 finale of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Sam is stuck in a Mental World where his identity has split into three personalities: original Sam, soulless Sam, and the mentally broken Sam who's been [[FateWorseThanDeath tortured in Lucifer's cage]]. Finding his way out of there requires the other two to merge back into him. Unfortunately, soulless Sam is [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind trying to murder original Sam]] to keep that from happening, and the broken Sam's memories are so [[GoMadFromTheRevelation traumatic]] that [[spoiler: Sam [[spoiler:Sam has to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital in season 7.]]
* Occurred in an episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch''. When everyone was pressuring Sabrina to go to a different college college, she ended up splitting herself into four different versions of herself without anyone knowing. Apparently she didn't even know about it herself until all four Sabrinas meet up towards the end of the episode.



** In the episode "Savage Seduction" , the B-plot involves a college fraternity that uses Edna St Vincent Millay's candle (as in "my candle burns at both ends") to split the side of themselves that wants to party from the side that wants to study, so they can do everything. When the frat leader uses it on StraightGay DeadpanSnarker Steve, the "party" version is a CampGay and the "dedicated" version is TheComicallySerious (i.e., the camp one got the snark, leaving him as just deadpan).

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** In the episode "Savage Seduction" , Seduction", the B-plot involves a college fraternity that uses Edna St Vincent Millay's candle (as in "my candle burns at both ends") to split the side of themselves that wants to party from the side that wants to study, so they can do everything. When the frat leader uses it on StraightGay DeadpanSnarker Steve, the "party" version is a CampGay and the "dedicated" version is TheComicallySerious (i.e., the camp one got the snark, leaving him as just deadpan).



* In one episode of ''Series/TheAmazingExtraordinaryFriends'', the heroes get split into seperate beings embodying their good and evil sides (although their 'evil' selves tend to be selfish more than anything else).

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* In one episode of ''Series/TheAmazingExtraordinaryFriends'', the heroes get split into seperate separate beings embodying their good and evil sides (although their 'evil' selves tend to be selfish more than anything else).



* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta 2}}'' gives us [[spoiler: Loki and Loptr, the good and evil halves of Aesir, the God of Chaos. When Aesir split his power into the Eyes of the World, he split his soul into two incarnations. By the end of the game, however, Loptr forcibly takes both Eyes and Loki's Sovereign Power, taking over the body of Aesir and becoming the game's FinalBoss]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta 2}}'' gives us [[spoiler: Loki [[spoiler:Loki and Loptr, the good and evil halves of Aesir, the God of Chaos. When Aesir split his power into the Eyes of the World, he split his soul into two incarnations. By the end of the game, however, Loptr forcibly takes both Eyes and Loki's Sovereign Power, taking over the body of Aesir and becoming the game's FinalBoss]].



* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' this is done very cleverly. [[spoiler:At the start of the Dark Knight Job quest line during ''Heavensward'', you're met with a man named Fray, who seemed to be a man who ended up on the wrong end of Ishgard's Temple Knights but then appeared healthy and whole and leads you into using your new Dark Knight powers. By the time the ''Heavensward'' quest line ends, it's revealed that while there was a many named Fray, the one you met was a corpse and the one running around with you is actually the manifestation of the frustration of you always being TheHero and given nothing more than just a thank you, a frustration that becomes even worse after the events of Patch 2.55. In the ''Stormblood'' missions, you encounter Myste, who ends up being revealed as the embodiment of the sorrow and desire for forgiveness due to their fighting. Both entities try to take over your body, but you end up fighting them off, Fray aiding you against Myste.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' this is done very cleverly. [[spoiler:At the start of the Dark Knight Job quest line during ''Heavensward'', you're met with a man named Fray, who seemed to be a man who ended up on the wrong end of Ishgard's Temple Knights but then appeared healthy and whole and leads you into using your new Dark Knight powers. By the time the ''Heavensward'' quest line ends, it's revealed that while there was a many man named Fray, the one you met was a corpse and the one running around with you is actually the manifestation of the frustration of you always being TheHero and given nothing more than just a thank you, a frustration that becomes even worse after the events of Patch 2.55. In the ''Stormblood'' missions, you encounter Myste, who ends up being revealed as the embodiment of the sorrow and desire for forgiveness due to their fighting. Both entities try to take over your body, but you end up fighting them off, Fray aiding you against Myste.]]



** A case of a similar bit of AppliedPhlebotinum having wildly different results: in "[[TheMovie The Ultimate Enemy]]", after seeing all his friends and family blown up in front of his eyes, Danny goes to Vlad, the regular series' BigBad, and asks him to "make the pain go away." Vlad agrees, and they decide to rip out Danny's humanity. This splits Danny into a ghost half and a human half, like the example above; this time, though, the ghost half is [[PsychoForHire completely insane]] and [[AxCrazy very violent]]. We don't really get to find out what the human half was like, because before we get a chance to get to know that Danny, the ghost Danny splits Vlad into ghost-Vlad and human-Vlad, and fuses with the ghost-Vlad; this amalgamation of ghostly badness then turns on human-Danny, and brutally murders him so gruesomely that human-Vlad, a decade later, is unwilling to talk about it. ...[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids Sounds nice, huh?]]

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** A case of a similar bit of AppliedPhlebotinum having wildly different results: in "[[TheMovie The Ultimate Enemy]]", after seeing all his friends and family blown up in front of his eyes, Danny goes to Vlad, the regular series' BigBad, and asks him to "make the pain go away." Vlad agrees, and they decide to rip out Danny's humanity. This splits Danny into a ghost half and a human half, like the example above; this time, though, the ghost half is [[PsychoForHire completely insane]] and [[AxCrazy very violent]]. We don't really get to find out what the human half was like, because before we get a chance to get to know that Danny, the ghost Danny splits Vlad into ghost-Vlad and human-Vlad, and fuses with the ghost-Vlad; this amalgamation of ghostly badness then turns on human-Danny, and brutally murders him so gruesomely that human-Vlad, a decade later, is unwilling to talk about it. ...it... [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids Sounds nice, huh?]]
6th Oct '17 10:34:52 PM Kurush
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'''Starscream:''' So... which part of me did ''you'' come from?\\

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'''Starscream:''' '''Ramjet:''' [[BadLiar I am not]]!
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So... which part of me did ''you'' come from?\\
5th Oct '17 8:18:26 AM MagiMecha
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' this is done very cleverly. [[spoiler:At the start of the Dark Knight Job quest line during ''Heavensward'', you're met with a man named Fray, who seemed to be a man who ended up on the wrong end of Ishgard's Temple Knights but then appeared healthy and whole and leads you into using your new Dark Knight powers. By the time the ''Heavensward'' quest line ends, it's revealed that while there was a many named Fray, the one you met was a corpse and the one running around with you is actually the manifestation of the frustration of you always being TheHero and given nothing more than just a thank you, a frustration that becomes even worse after the events of Patch 2.55. In the ''Stormblood'' missions, you encounter Myste, who ends up being revealed as the embodiment of the sorrow and desire for forgiveness due to their fighting. Both entities try to take over your body, but you end up fighting them off, Fray aiding you against Myste.]]
3rd Oct '17 12:53:19 AM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'' has a spin on this with recurring antagonist Maadako, an [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods octopus-woman]] who can regenerate FromASingleCell; however, every time she regenerates she develops a new personality; the only constant is her trademark insult, "''Kono tako!''"[[note]]Literally "You squids!", but rendered as "Jelly-brains!" by fansubbers[[/note]]. She starts off as a hot-headed BloodKnight, then becomes a subservient secretary type for [[CainAndAbel Scorpio]], then TheVamp, then a LoveFreak. Her fifth (and thus far final) regeneration is implied to be a case of CameBackWrong, since she has two wildly different personality types at the same time ({{Moe}}-obsessed {{Otaku}} and {{Samurai}}) and loses her incredible combat prowess, making her easy pickings for the Kyurangers.
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.
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