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18th Sep '17 12:23:51 PM Leporidae
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* The Mask of Dark Earth from the "Rumble Down Under" level of ''VideoGame/Sly3HonorAmongThieves'' certainly counts. It overlaps significantly with EvilMask due to it's tendency to latch onto unsuspecting hosts and [[ThePowerOfHate feed off their negative emotions]], making them [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grow huge]], powerful, and extremely aggressive -- all of which causes the host to die in a short span of time.
13th Sep '17 8:28:36 AM SullenFrog
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Sundered}}'', the boss Dominion is an EvilSorcerer whose magical powers seem to come from his three masks. As soon as he puts one on, all three of them start glowing, his throne sprouts tentacles, and he begins casting his spells.
12th Sep '17 4:59:48 PM tehSandwich
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* This a reccuring theme in ''VideoGame/Utawarerumono'' and the [[Videogame/UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen sequel duology]]. First with Hakuowlo, whom has a mask glued to his face which happens to [[spoiler:contain a god, one who is responsible for the decline of humanity and the rise of their animal-eared creations]]. Next with the 4 "akuruka", which grant their users immense power (and the power to transform into a giant monster) but eventually consume their user [[spoiler: (they are based on Hakuowlo's mask and are significantly weaker than it)]]. Eventually, [[spoiler: Haku, the protagonist, gets his hands on one of the masks and finds out that the masks grant normal humans even more of their power but are fused to their user's face in return (they were meant to be used by normal humans and not demihumans).]]

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* This a reccuring theme in ''VideoGame/Utawarerumono'' ''{{VideoGame/Utawarerumono}}'' and the [[Videogame/UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen sequel duology]]. First with Hakuowlo, whom has a mask glued to his face which happens to [[spoiler:contain a god, one who is responsible for the decline of humanity and the rise of their animal-eared creations]]. Next with the 4 "akuruka", which grant their users immense power (and the power to transform into a giant monster) but eventually consume their user [[spoiler: (they are based on Hakuowlo's mask and are significantly weaker than it)]]. Eventually, [[spoiler: Haku, the protagonist, gets his hands on one of the masks and finds out that the masks grant normal humans even more of their power but are fused to their user's face in return (they were meant to be used by normal humans and not demihumans).]]
12th Sep '17 4:59:24 PM tehSandwich
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* This a reccuring theme in ''VideoGame/Utawarerumono'' and the [[Videogame/UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen sequel duology]]. First with Hakuowlo, whom has a mask glued to his face which happens to [[spoiler:contain a god, one who is responsible for the decline of humanity and the rise of their animal-eared creations]]. Next with the 4 "akuruka", which grant their users immense power (and the power to transform into a giant monster) but eventually consume their user [[spoiler: they are based on Hakuowlo's mask and are significantly weaker than it]]. Eventually, [[spoiler: Haku, the protagonist, gets his hands on one of the mask and finds out that the masks grant normal humans even more of their power but they are fused to their user's face in return (they were meant to be used by normal humans and not demihumans). He eventually obtains Hakuowlo's mask.

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* This a reccuring theme in ''VideoGame/Utawarerumono'' and the [[Videogame/UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen sequel duology]]. First with Hakuowlo, whom has a mask glued to his face which happens to [[spoiler:contain a god, one who is responsible for the decline of humanity and the rise of their animal-eared creations]]. Next with the 4 "akuruka", which grant their users immense power (and the power to transform into a giant monster) but eventually consume their user [[spoiler: they (they are based on Hakuowlo's mask and are significantly weaker than it]]. it)]]. Eventually, [[spoiler: Haku, the protagonist, gets his hands on one of the mask masks and finds out that the masks grant normal humans even more of their power but they are fused to their user's face in return (they were meant to be used by normal humans and not demihumans). He eventually obtains Hakuowlo's mask.demihumans).]]
12th Sep '17 4:58:10 PM tehSandwich
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* This a reccuring theme in ''VideoGame/Utawarerumono'' and the [[Videogame/UtawarerumonoItsuwariNoKamen sequel duology]]. First with Hakuowlo, whom has a mask glued to his face which happens to [[spoiler:contain a god, one who is responsible for the decline of humanity and the rise of their animal-eared creations]]. Next with the 4 "akuruka", which grant their users immense power (and the power to transform into a giant monster) but eventually consume their user [[spoiler: they are based on Hakuowlo's mask and are significantly weaker than it]]. Eventually, [[spoiler: Haku, the protagonist, gets his hands on one of the mask and finds out that the masks grant normal humans even more of their power but they are fused to their user's face in return (they were meant to be used by normal humans and not demihumans). He eventually obtains Hakuowlo's mask.
1st Sep '17 5:15:47 AM Doug86
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* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]], surprisingly, in ''ReBoot''. Hexidecimal's power is naturally chaotic and uncontrollable - her white mask actually keeps it in check. A single crack made her AxCrazy, [[spoiler: removing it completely nearly caused TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, and fixing it (via defragmentation) [[HeelFaceTurn mellowed her]] [[DarkMagicalGirl out]] considerably.]]

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* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]], surprisingly, in ''ReBoot''.''WesternAnimation/ReBoot''. Hexidecimal's power is naturally chaotic and uncontrollable - her white mask actually keeps it in check. A single crack made her AxCrazy, [[spoiler: removing it completely nearly caused TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, and fixing it (via defragmentation) [[HeelFaceTurn mellowed her]] [[DarkMagicalGirl out]] considerably.]]
8th May '17 7:47:34 AM DaveE
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** The original Psycho-Pirate discovered multiple Medusa Masks, each one expressing a different emotion. The one everyone thinks of melted them all down into his signature gold mask, which by ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis worked without removing it.
12th Apr '17 9:25:35 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', the heroes' Persona, {{Anthropomorphic Personification}}s of their own personalities that allow them to use FunctionalMagic, transform into customized masks when not in use.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', the heroes' Persona, Personas, {{Anthropomorphic Personification}}s of their own personalities that allow them to use FunctionalMagic, transform into customized masks when not in use.
1st Apr '17 12:03:03 PM Abodos
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' has the Thunder Helm, a fancy golden mask worn by Urbosa and later by Riju that gives them complete immunity from lightning, with the latter also using it to generate a larger lightning-proof field that Link can travel in as they battle Vah Naboris. [[spoiler:Riju will give the Thunder Helm to Link after Vah Naboris is purified if he also completes all the quests given by Gerudo Town inhabitants.]]
31st Mar '17 8:22:51 AM Tropetastic1995
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* In ''Anime/Bakugan'', The villain Masquerade [[spoiler: exists because he is a split personality of Alice brought to life by negative energy. His mask manifests his very being and gives him several powers, such as seeing a Bakugan's [[PowerLevels G-power]] without assistance, teleportation, and voice distortion.]]
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