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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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2nd Mar '17 10:00:35 AM Siempie
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', we have fusions. If the fusion is stable, the two component gems merge their minds together and become their fusion's mind, but if the fusion destabilises (or is unstable by nature), the minds split and begin talking to one another through the fusion's mouth. This imbalance usually occurs before the fusion splits up entirely.
** The best example of a stable fusion is Garnet, the fusion of [[RedOniBlueOni Ruby and Sapphire]]. Garnet is very serious, and not a conversationalist in the slightest. However she's remarkably fun-loving and very sweet towards the ones she loves. Garnet is the middle ground between Ruby and Sapphire. Ruby is [[NoIndoorVoice loud]], impulsive and has a ''very'' short [[StealthPun fuse]]. Sapphire on the other hand is incredibly serious, [[TheStoic stoic]] to the point of apathy, and has trouble reasoning from an emotional standpoint. Garnet has only shown a mental imbalance twice so far, and only in times of ''extreme'' emotional turmoil.
** 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.
--->'''Malachite:''' ''(gasp)'' [The Crystal Gems] are here! ARGH! HRNGG, STOP! Pathetic... Don't you see? We've been holding us back for too long. If we're going to be this thing together, why don't we have some ''fun''?
27th Feb '17 7:39:58 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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'''Starscream:''' So... which part of me did ''[[OppositeSexClone you]]'' come from?\\
'''Slipstream:''' ''[[YouDoNotWantToKnow Don't ask.]]''

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'''Starscream:''' So... which part of me did ''[[OppositeSexClone you]]'' ''you'' come from?\\
'''Slipstream:''' ''[[YouDoNotWantToKnow Don't ''Don't ask.]]''''
26th Feb '17 1:27:07 PM spiderfreak1011
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* ''Machinima/BrawlUniverse'' has Sheik being split from Zelda thanks to Ganondorf's Magic and she becomes this. Since she was initially part of Zelda, she vies for Link's affections like Zelda does, but otherwise she seems to be her own person.



* ''Machinima/BrawlUniverse'' has Sheik being split from Zelda thanks to Ganondorf's Magic and she becomes this.
26th Feb '17 1:24:36 PM spiderfreak1011
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* ''Machinima/BrawlUniverse'' has Sheik being split from Zelda thanks to Ganondorf's Magic and she becomes this.
19th Jan '17 4:47:03 PM PhantomRider
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** There's another case of splitting among the Transformers: In ''WesternAnimation/BeastMachines,'' Megatron's organic and machine sides are split between [[spoiler: the new Maximal, Noble, and his base. Noble has a JekyllAndHyde thing going, but it turns out that's ''all'' Megs stringing the Maximals along and he has full control of both forms.]]

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** There's another case of splitting among the Transformers: In ''WesternAnimation/BeastMachines,'' Megatron's organic and machine sides are split between [[spoiler: the new wolf Maximal, Noble, and his base.base, which eventually transforms into a giant Megatron-head. Noble has a JekyllAndHyde thing going, but it turns out that's ''all'' Megs stringing the Maximals along and he has full control of both forms.]]
19th Jan '17 1:59:25 PM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* In ''[[WebVideo/LukeMochrieAndTheInners Film Conscience]]'', Luke Mochrie uses Phillip, his [[TheCynic Inner Pessimist]], and Ringo, his [[TheIdealist Inner Optimist]], to point out the good and the bad qualities of a film being reviewed. Sometimes, he'll even have other Inners pop in every once in a while to show their perspective along with Phillip and Ringo.

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* In ''[[WebVideo/LukeMochrieAndTheInners Film Conscience]]'', Luke Kinley Mochrie uses Phillip, his [[TheCynic Inner Pessimist]], and Ringo, his [[TheIdealist Inner Optimist]], to point out the good and the bad qualities of a film being reviewed. Sometimes, he'll she'll even have other Inners pop in every once in a while to show their perspective along with Phillip and Ringo.
14th Jan '17 7:59:13 PM Pilomotor
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'''Starscream:''' So... which part of me did ''you'' come from?\\
'''Slipstream:''' ''Don't ask.''

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'''Starscream:''' So... which part of me did ''you'' ''[[OppositeSexClone you]]'' come from?\\
'''Slipstream:''' ''Don't ''[[YouDoNotWantToKnow Don't ask.'']]''



* In the season 6 finale of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Sam is stuck in a MentalWorld where his identity has split into three personalities: Sam, Soulless Sam, and the Sam who's been tortured in the Cage.

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* In the season 6 finale of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Sam is stuck in a MentalWorld Mental World where his identity has split into three personalities: original Sam, Soulless soulless Sam, and the mentally broken Sam who's been [[FateWorseThanDeath tortured in Lucifer's cage]]. Finding his way out of there requires the Cage.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.]]
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