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8th Feb '18 6:15:27 PM Rodrigokun
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** Seems to be behind Scratchman Apoo's powers as well. He can turn his own limbs into musical instruments and play notes that cause explosions or RazorWind.

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** Seems to be behind Scratchman Scratchmen Apoo's powers as well. He can turn his own limbs into musical instruments and play notes that cause explosions or RazorWind.
4th Feb '18 11:22:20 PM Qrow
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* ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'': The elves have mastered a form of this that crosses over with GreenThumb: they can cause plants to grow into specific shapes by singing to them in the Ancient Language; it's the reason their cities are mostly made of trees shaped like dwellings. One elf woman in particular, Linnea, was able to merge ''herself'' with the Menoa Tree by singing to it for three days straight, until they became one entity.
22nd Jan '18 5:21:36 AM lalalei2001
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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeppermintRose'' the Peppermint Glow song transforms the evil beetles into good ones and their weapons into roses, with the bonus of making them smell better.
* ''WesternAnimation/RosePetalPlace'' is built around Rose Petal's magical singing voice, which invigorates the garden and helps it grow.
15th Dec '17 6:08:17 PM Sally777
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* ''TabletopGame/SirenTheDrowning'' has the Sirens' equivalent of magic, Verses, work on this concept. When a Siren sings, her song actually is composed of three parts defining various aspects of the "spell": an Introduction (which defines ''what'' the Siren is trying to affect), an Opus which defines ''how'' she is trying to affect her target) and a Conclusion (which defines the effect she is trying to get).

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* ''TabletopGame/SirenTheDrowning'' has the Sirens' equivalent of magic, Verses, work on this concept. When a Siren sings, her song actually The Verse is composed of with three parts defining various aspects of the "spell": an different parts, all required to have it function. The Introduction (which defines ''what'' describes what or who the Siren is trying to affect), an targeting with the Verse and it's duration, the Opus which defines ''how'' she is trying what she's using to affect her target) the target or affecting within the target, and a the Conclusion (which defines dictates how much she can wield the effect Opuses. It should be noted that a Siren may need to use a Performance to help the Verse, but if she is trying to get).tries without one then she may find her Verse significantly depowered.
11th Dec '17 3:29:39 PM AHI-3000
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** In "Jack and the Rave", an evil DJ named Stylbator plays {{mind control}}ing rave music that enslaves the local teenagers of a small town, forcing them to do evil deeds in the name of [[BigBad Aku]].
** In the Season 5 premiere episode, Jack fights the assassin [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute]] to form a {{golem}} out of rubble to attack Jack, {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork to shatter Jack's combat knives using its high frequency.

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** In "Jack and the Rave", an evil DJ named Stylbator plays {{mind control}}ing [[MindControlMusic hypnotizing rave music music]] that enslaves the local teenagers of a small town, forcing them to do evil deeds in the name of [[BigBad Aku]].
** In the Season 5 premiere episode, Jack fights the assassin mercenary [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], Scaramouche]]; who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute]] to [[ImprovisedGolem form a {{golem}} golem out of rubble stone rubble]] to attack Jack, {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork to shatter Jack's combat knives using its high frequency.
9th Dec '17 2:55:06 PM ecojosh1
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ScaryLarry'', Carnages turns women into his slaves through song.
29th Nov '17 11:10:47 PM DeltaDart
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* This trope is a major component of ''WesternAnimation/LittleEinsteins''.
29th Nov '17 7:29:56 PM AHI-3000
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Season 5 premiere, Jack fights the assassin [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute]] to form a {{golem}} out of rubble to attack Jack, {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork to shatter Jack's combat knives using its high frequency.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'':
** In "Jack and the Rave", an evil DJ named Stylbator plays {{mind control}}ing rave music that enslaves the local teenagers of a small town, forcing them to do evil deeds in the name of [[BigBad Aku]].
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In the ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Season 5 premiere, premiere episode, Jack fights the assassin [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute]] to form a {{golem}} out of rubble to attack Jack, {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork to shatter Jack's combat knives using its high frequency.
17th Nov '17 2:14:04 PM AHI-3000
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Season 5 premiere, Jack fights the assassin [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute]] to form a {{golem}} out of rubble to attack Jack, {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork to shatter Jack's combat knives using it's high frequency.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Season 5 premiere, Jack fights the assassin [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute]] to form a {{golem}} out of rubble to attack Jack, {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork to shatter Jack's combat knives using it's its high frequency.
17th Nov '17 2:13:03 PM AHI-3000
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* In the premier of the 2017 revival of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', Jack faces the assassin Scaramouch, who uses a magic flute to control the rubble in the area to attack Jack, scat singing to levitate and magically control his scimitar, and a tuning fork shaped dagger to shatter Jack's combat knives using it's high frequency.

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* In the premier of the 2017 revival of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Season 5 premiere, Jack faces fights the assassin Scaramouch, [[MusicalAssassin Scaramouche]], who uses a [[MagicalFlutist magic flute flute]] to control the form a {{golem}} out of rubble in the area to attack Jack, scat singing {{scat}}-singing to [[MindOverMatter telekinetically levitate and magically control control]] his scimitar, and a dagger shaped like a tuning fork shaped dagger to shatter Jack's combat knives using it's high frequency.
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