History Main / MassHypnosis

11th Oct '17 2:37:01 PM xcountryguy
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** 10 or so volumes earlier, [[spoiler: Chao Lingshen]] also attempts to used the forced recognition magic of the World Tree on the whole of Earth to make everyone accept the existence of magic and wizards whether they wanted to or not. [[spoiler: It actually succeeds in its entirety, [[TimeTravel once.]] ]]

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** 10 or so volumes earlier, [[spoiler: Chao [[spoiler:Chao Lingshen]] also attempts to used the forced recognition magic of the World Tree on the whole of Earth to make everyone accept the existence of magic and wizards whether they wanted to or not. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It actually succeeds in its entirety, [[TimeTravel once.]] ]]



* The ultimate goal of [[BigBad En Sabah Nur]] aka [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Apocalypse]] in ''Film/XMenApocalypse''. [[spoiler: He wishes to absorb Charles Xavier's powers into his own and use the enhanced psychic abilities to control every single person on the planet]].

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* The ultimate goal of [[BigBad En Sabah Nur]] aka [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Apocalypse]] in ''Film/XMenApocalypse''. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He wishes to absorb Charles Xavier's powers into his own and use the enhanced psychic abilities to control every single person on the planet]].



* James H. Schmitz's 1962 short story "These Are The Arts". TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture a global television audience is hooked on a succession of "TV crazes". The latest one appears to the cynical to be an advertising gimmick for something called Galcom. Believers, entranced by the attractive Galcom Teachers and their beautiful Symbols, are convinced it's FirstContact. The Symbols are said to induce the development of telepathy in Earth's people so they can communicate with other members of the Galactic Community. Suffice it to say [[spoiler: it is not an advertising gimmick, but the Teachers are only the servants of another alien race which controls its captive populations via telepathy...]]

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* James H. Schmitz's 1962 short story "These Are The Arts". TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture a global television audience is hooked on a succession of "TV crazes". The latest one appears to the cynical to be an advertising gimmick for something called Galcom. Believers, entranced by the attractive Galcom Teachers and their beautiful Symbols, are convinced it's FirstContact. The Symbols are said to induce the development of telepathy in Earth's people so they can communicate with other members of the Galactic Community. Suffice it to say [[spoiler: it [[spoiler:it is not an advertising gimmick, but the Teachers are only the servants of another alien race which controls its captive populations via telepathy...]]



* During the last arc of ''Series/ChoujuuSentaiLiveman'', [[spoiler: this is revealed to be one part of Bias's ultimate goal, along with immortality/eternal youth. ''And he succeeds.'']]

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* During the last arc of ''Series/ChoujuuSentaiLiveman'', [[spoiler: this [[spoiler:this is revealed to be one part of Bias's ultimate goal, along with immortality/eternal youth. ''And he succeeds.'']]



** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'', [[CourtMage Evil Wizard]] Agahnim [[EvilChancellor kills]] TheGoodKing, and brainwashes the soldiers, guards, and Knights of Hyrule into doing his bidding. As such, Hyrule's soldiers are out to get Link in the game. Early in the game, you can talk to one of the guards who mentions all of his fellow guards have gone mad, and now its starting to happen to him too. The guard is later replaced by an enemy. [[Spoiler: This seems to have been undone by the WorldHealingWave at the end as regular friendly guards are shown around the revived King of Hyrule.]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'', [[CourtMage Evil Wizard]] Agahnim [[EvilChancellor kills]] TheGoodKing, and brainwashes the soldiers, guards, and Knights of Hyrule into doing his bidding. As such, Hyrule's soldiers are out to get Link in the game. Early in the game, you can talk to one of the guards who mentions all of his fellow guards have gone mad, and now its starting to happen to him too. The guard is later replaced by an enemy. [[Spoiler: This [[Spoiler:This seems to have been undone by the WorldHealingWave at the end as regular friendly guards are shown around the revived King of Hyrule.]]



* The [[spoiler: Pieces of Eden]] in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreed''. Various influential people in history [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy used these artifacts]] to perform the actions they are (in)famous for in RealLife. It also appears that the Apples contain knowledge that can be utilized by certain inviduals, including Altaïr and Ezio Auditore.

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* The [[spoiler: Pieces [[spoiler:Pieces of Eden]] in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreed''. Various influential people in history [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy used these artifacts]] to perform the actions they are (in)famous for in RealLife. It also appears that the Apples contain knowledge that can be utilized by certain inviduals, including Altaïr and Ezio Auditore.



* In ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', this is the fate of the Imperial planet of Ziost -- the lunatic shade of [[OmnicidalManiac the former Sith Emperor]] shows up and begins mind-controlling people ''en masse'' to force them to slaughter others, all in a bid to increase his own power. [[spoiler: Finally, when he's gathered enough, he unleashes a WorldWreckingWave that kills ''everyone'' on the planet]].

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* In ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', this is the fate of the Imperial planet of Ziost -- the lunatic shade of [[OmnicidalManiac the former Sith Emperor]] shows up and begins mind-controlling people ''en masse'' to force them to slaughter others, all in a bid to increase his own power. [[spoiler: Finally, [[spoiler:Finally, when he's gathered enough, he unleashes a WorldWreckingWave that kills ''everyone'' on the planet]].
5th Sep '17 7:16:16 PM VulgarBee
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* This happens in the ''OnePiece'' special 'Dance Carnival' when Jango hypnotizes everyone on Mirrorball Island (including himself) to dance until they drop.

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* This happens in the ''OnePiece'' ''Franchise/OnePiece'' special 'Dance Carnival' when Jango hypnotizes everyone on Mirrorball Island (including himself) to dance until they drop.
11th Jun '17 6:01:37 PM nombretomado
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* The former image was from [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhB8XG9_5Rc the commercial]] for ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'', which has [[EvilCounterpart Wario]] try to hypnotize the viewers into not beating the game. It is also a well-known meme from {{Youtube Poop}}s.

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* The former image was from [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhB8XG9_5Rc the commercial]] for ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'', which has [[EvilCounterpart Wario]] try to hypnotize the viewers into not beating the game. It is also a well-known meme from {{Youtube WebAnimation/{{YouTube Poop}}s.
3rd Jun '17 8:29:59 PM AthenaBlue
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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E8TheLieOfTheLand "The Lie of the Land"]]: The alien Monks, calling themselves the Prophets of Truth, use their powers to hold the entire Earth under the sway of a mass delusion -- including the Doctor. Bill Potts, Nardole and [[spoiler:Missy]] are the only ones unaffected, and thus the only ones who can save the planet.

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E8TheLieOfTheLand "The Lie of the Land"]]: The alien Monks, calling themselves the Prophets of Truth, use their powers to hold the entire Earth under the sway of a mass delusion -- including the Doctor. Bill Potts, Nardole and [[spoiler:Missy]] namely, that they have always been present for humanity's entire history. Only a few people are the only ones unaffected, most notably Bill and thus Nardole[[spoiler:, not to mention the only ones who can save Doctor, who's been [[PretendToBeBrainwashed faking being under the planet.Monks' control]] in an attempt to undermine them from the inside.]]
28th May '17 12:58:05 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''Film/TheyLive''. The aliens use a TV station to broadcast a signal that keeps human beings from seeing the truth. They also use actual TV broadcasts to send specific messages.

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* ''Film/TheyLive''. The aliens use a TV station ''Film/{{Gamer}}'': [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Ken Castle]] reveals at the end to broadcast a signal Kable that keeps human beings from seeing he plans to disseminate the truth. They also use actual TV broadcasts mind control nanobots he designed for his games ''Society'' and ''Slayers'' that uses real people as avatars throughout the rest of the world. He injected himself with a different type that allows him to send specific messages.control others, demonstrating it by forcing one of his puppets-an AxCrazy convict-to dance in front of him.



* In ''Film/TheWizardOfGore'', this was what Montag planned to do by getting onto a late night TV show. And possibly make every person watching kill themselves.
* Both Film/TheShadow and Shiwan Khan can do so, [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower having been trained]] by the same Far East master. Lamont uses it to hide himself from the others' eyes, thus becoming the titular hero. Shiwan Khan does one better and hides and entire building from prying eyes. Of course, nobody wonders why there is a seemingly empty lot in the middle of Downtown.



* Both Film/TheShadow and Shiwan Khan can do so, [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower having been trained]] by the same Far East master. Lamont uses it to hide himself from the others' eyes, thus becoming the titular hero. Shiwan Khan does one better and hides and entire building from prying eyes. Of course, nobody wonders why there is a seemingly empty lot in the middle of Downtown.
* ''Film/TheyLive''. The aliens use a TV station to broadcast a signal that keeps human beings from seeing the truth. They also use actual TV broadcasts to send specific messages.
* In ''Film/TheWizardOfGore'', this was what Montag planned to do by getting onto a late night TV show. And possibly make every person watching kill themselves.



* ''Film/{{Gamer}}'': [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Ken Castle]] reveals at the end to Kable that he plans to disseminate the mind control nanobots he designed for his games ''Society'' and ''Slayers'' that uses real people as avatars throughout the rest of the world. He injected himself with a different type that allows him to control others, demonstrating it by forcing one of his puppets-an AxCrazy convict-to dance in front of him.



* In the {{Novelization}} of the first ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight'' game, the voodoo villains do this to an entire police station and possibly an entire town.
* Literature/MollyMoon does it too many times to count, through various means (going up on a stage to hypnotize a crowd, appearing on TV to hypnotize the audience). Her motives are usually less sinister than most people who use this trope, though sometimes (especially in the first book, ''Molly Moon's Incredible Book Of Hypnotism'') she does it for purely selfish reasons. Her enemies occasionally do it as well, though usually with more sinister motives.



* In ''Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy'', Joruus C'baoth could do this using the Force, controlling swaths of the Imperial fleet to improve their efficiency and make their timing impossibly precise. At first he just used it at Grand Admiral Thrawn's orders, but eventually he decided to make a power grab and took control of every member of the Imperial fleet except for those handful in a [[PowerNullifier ysalamiri bubble]]. Thrawn talked C'baoth down by reminding him that ''none'' of the people he was controlling knew what was planned, and C'baoth couldn't piece it together from a dozen or a hundred minds that had some inkling - it was [[AllUpToYou all up to Thrawn]] - and how long could C'baoth hold the meld, anyway, before people started to collapse?
* The [[StarWarsExpandedUniverse Rebel Force]] series has, at one point, a base stocked by people who were brainwashed on an individual, laborious basis. Luke Skywalker, unwilling to kill brainwashed enemies, actually manages to ''undo it'' en masse with a desperate JediMindTrick; the people have no idea who they are or what they're doing, but they don't belong to the BigBad anymore.

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In ''Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy'', Joruus C'baoth could do this using the Force, controlling swaths of the Imperial fleet to improve their efficiency and make their timing impossibly precise. At first he just used it at Grand Admiral Thrawn's orders, but eventually he decided to make a power grab and took control of every member of the Imperial fleet except for those handful in a [[PowerNullifier ysalamiri bubble]]. Thrawn talked C'baoth down by reminding him that ''none'' of the people he was controlling knew what was planned, and C'baoth couldn't piece it together from a dozen or a hundred minds that had some inkling - it was [[AllUpToYou all up to Thrawn]] - and how long could C'baoth hold the meld, anyway, before people started to collapse?
* ** The [[StarWarsExpandedUniverse Rebel Force]] ''Rebel Force'' series has, at one point, a base stocked by people who were brainwashed on an individual, laborious basis. Luke Skywalker, unwilling to kill brainwashed enemies, actually manages to ''undo it'' en masse with a desperate JediMindTrick; the people have no idea who they are or what they're doing, but they don't belong to the BigBad anymore.anymore.
* James H. Schmitz's 1962 short story "These Are The Arts". TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture a global television audience is hooked on a succession of "TV crazes". The latest one appears to the cynical to be an advertising gimmick for something called Galcom. Believers, entranced by the attractive Galcom Teachers and their beautiful Symbols, are convinced it's FirstContact. The Symbols are said to induce the development of telepathy in Earth's people so they can communicate with other members of the Galactic Community. Suffice it to say [[spoiler: it is not an advertising gimmick, but the Teachers are only the servants of another alien race which controls its captive populations via telepathy...]]



* Literature/MollyMoon does it too many times to count, through various means (going up on a stage to hypnotize a crowd, appearing on TV to hypnotize the audience). Her motives are usually less sinister than most people who use this trope, though sometimes (especially in the first book, ''Molly Moon's Incredible Book Of Hypnotism'') she does it for purely selfish reasons. Her enemies occasionally do it as well, though usually with more sinister motives.
* In the {{Novelization}} of the first ''VideoGame/GabrielKnight'' game, the voodoo villains do this to an entire police station and possibly an entire town.
* James H. Schmitz's 1962 short story "These Are The Arts". TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture a global television audience is hooked on a succession of "TV crazes". The latest one appears to the cynical to be an advertising gimmick for something called Galcom. Believers, entranced by the attractive Galcom Teachers and their beautiful Symbols, are convinced it's FirstContact. The Symbols are said to induce the development of telepathy in Earth's people so they can communicate with other members of the Galactic Community. Suffice it to say [[spoiler: it is not an advertising gimmick, but the Teachers are only the servants of another alien race which controls its captive populations via telepathy...]]



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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[spoiler:Chloe/]]Brainiac hacks into the computers of Metropolis, putting his symbol on all the screens and hypnotizes any human who looks at them as he downloads all information from their brains.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'' had one of the ''scariest'' stand-offs ever using this. When Lyta Alexander (a telepath who has her powers increased by being TouchedByVorlons) is confronted by B5's new CO Lochley to move to smaller quarters or be evicted, she begins drumming her fingers on a tabletop while she talks to Lochley. Slowly, all conversation begins to die down ''and everyone in the place begins to drum there fingers in exactly the same pattern as Lyta''. Lochley's forces have an OhCrap moment until IA President Sheridan shows us why we love him by putting a loaded gun next to Lyta's head, as his own being TouchedByVorlons made him immune to Lyta's control. Lyta, basically good at heart but pushed beyond her limits, backs down and everyone wakes up.
* In ''Series/TrueBlood'', Maryann uses her mind-controlling powers to take over the entire town of Bon Temps.
* In ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' story "Secret Of The Stars" Martin Trueman hijacks a tv station and makes it broadcast on every channel so as to hypnotise the masses under one star sign at a time (though the victims don't actually need to be watching tv to be affected, that's just for relaying instructions).

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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[spoiler:Chloe/]]Brainiac hacks into the computers of Metropolis, putting his symbol on all the screens and hypnotizes any human who looks at them as he downloads all information from their brains.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'' had one of the ''scariest'' stand-offs ever using this. When Lyta Alexander (a telepath who has her powers increased by being TouchedByVorlons) is confronted by B5's new CO Lochley to move to smaller quarters or be evicted, she begins drumming her fingers on a tabletop while she talks to Lochley. Slowly, all conversation begins to die down ''and everyone in the place begins to drum there fingers in exactly the same pattern as Lyta''. Lochley's forces have an OhCrap moment until IA President Sheridan shows us why we love him by putting a loaded gun next to Lyta's head, as his own being TouchedByVorlons made him immune to Lyta's control. Lyta, basically good at heart but pushed beyond her limits, backs down and everyone wakes up.
* In ''Series/TrueBlood'', Maryann uses her mind-controlling powers to take over the entire town of Bon Temps.
* In ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' story "Secret Of The Stars" Martin Trueman hijacks a tv station and makes it broadcast on every channel so as to hypnotise the masses under one star sign at a time (though the victims don't actually need to be watching tv to be affected, that's just for relaying instructions).
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* In the ShowWithinAShow on ''Series/TheFamousJettJackson'', one of the villains had some plushie toy, and the commercials for it had subliminal messages saying "Obey Me" in several different languages.

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* In the ShowWithinAShow on ''Series/TheFamousJettJackson'', ''Series/BabylonFive'' had one of the villains had some plushie toy, ''scariest'' stand-offs ever using this. When Lyta Alexander (a telepath who has her powers increased by being TouchedByVorlons) is confronted by B5's new CO Lochley to move to smaller quarters or be evicted, she begins drumming her fingers on a tabletop while she talks to Lochley. Slowly, all conversation begins to die down ''and everyone in the place begins to drum there fingers in exactly the same pattern as Lyta''. Lochley's forces have an OhCrap moment until IA President Sheridan shows us why we love him by putting a loaded gun next to Lyta's head, as his own being TouchedByVorlons made him immune to Lyta's control. Lyta, basically good at heart but pushed beyond her limits, backs down and everyone wakes up.
* During
the commercials for it had subliminal messages saying "Obey Me" in several different languages.last arc of ''Series/ChoujuuSentaiLiveman'', [[spoiler: this is revealed to be one part of Bias's ultimate goal, along with immortality/eternal youth. ''And he succeeds.'']]



** The Master becomes Prime Minister by hypnotising people through their mobile phones.
** The Sycorax hypnotize people by blood type in "The Christmas Invasion".
** The Master also hypnotized a bunch of Concorde crew and passengers into believing they were at Heathrow Airport rather than the mid-Jurassic back in "Time-Flight", but he had help.
* Tempus (nearly?) becomes President by hypnotising people through their telephones in an episode of ''Series/LoisAndClark'', which aired about [[FollowTheLeader ten or so years before the ''Doctor Who'' arc described above]].
** Interestingly, he is able to give orders immediately after the election, something a RealLife President-Elect can't do.

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** The Master becomes Prime Minister by hypnotising people through their mobile phones.
** The Sycorax hypnotize people by blood type in "The Christmas Invasion".
** The Master also
hypnotized a bunch of Concorde crew and passengers into believing they were at Heathrow Airport rather than the mid-Jurassic back in "Time-Flight", [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E7TimeFlight "Time-Flight"]], but he had help.
* Tempus (nearly?) ** The Sycorax hypnotize people by blood type in [[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion "The Christmas Invasion"]]. However, they need to have a sample of the blood type in question.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E12TheSoundOfDrums "The Sound of Drums"]]: The Master
becomes President Prime Minister by hypnotising hypnotizing people through their telephones in an episode mobile phones.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E8TheLieOfTheLand "The Lie
of ''Series/LoisAndClark'', which aired about [[FollowTheLeader ten or so years before the ''Doctor Who'' arc described above]].
** Interestingly, he is able to give orders immediately after
Land"]]: The alien Monks, calling themselves the election, something Prophets of Truth, use their powers to hold the entire Earth under the sway of a RealLife President-Elect can't do.mass delusion -- including the Doctor. Bill Potts, Nardole and [[spoiler:Missy]] are the only ones unaffected, and thus the only ones who can save the planet.



* An episode of ''ComicBook/PainkillerJane'' has a [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual neuro]] mind-control an entire small town to be a perfect place to live using a [[spoiler:local TV show]].

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* In the ShowWithinAShow on ''Series/TheFamousJettJackson'', one of the villains had some plushie toy, and the commercials for it had subliminal messages saying "Obey Me" in several different languages.
* Tempus (nearly?) becomes President by hypnotizing people through their telephones in an episode of ''Series/LoisAndClark'', which aired about [[FollowTheLeader ten or so years before the ''Doctor Who'' arc described above]].
** Interestingly, he is able to give orders immediately after the election, something a RealLife President-Elect can't do.
* An episode of ''ComicBook/PainkillerJane'' ''Series/PainkillerJane'' has a [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual neuro]] mind-control an entire small town to be a perfect place to live using a [[spoiler:local TV show]].show]].
* In ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'' story "Secrets of the Stars", Martin Trueman hijacks a TV station and makes it broadcast on every channel so as to hypnotise the masses under one star sign at a time (though the victims don't actually need to be watching TV to be affected, that's just for relaying instructions).



* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[spoiler:Chloe/]]Brainiac hacks into the computers of Metropolis, putting his symbol on all the screens and hypnotizes any human who looks at them as he downloads all information from their brains.
* In ''Series/TrueBlood'', Maryann uses her mind-controlling powers to take over the entire town of Bon Temps.



* During the last arc of ''Series/ChoujuuSentaiLiveman'', [[spoiler: this is revealed to be one part of Bias's ultimate goal, along with immortality/eternal youth. ''And he succeeds.'']]
29th Apr '17 5:56:25 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* * ''Franchise/SuperMarioBRos'':

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* * ''Franchise/SuperMarioBRos'':''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
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* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': The N'Tune Boys concert.
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* In ''ComicStrip/TheWackyAdventuresOfPedro'', Pedro's EvilTwin Ordep pitches a ''Boys' Life'' magazine cover that would hypnotize readers into renaming the highest-ranking Boy Scouts from the Eagle Scouts to the Ordep Scouts. Thanks to Pedro's Good "Twin", Erpod, it never actually gets published.

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* In ''ComicStrip/TheWackyAdventuresOfPedro'', Pedro's EvilTwin {{Evil| Twin}} MirrorSelf Ordep pitches a ''Boys' Life'' magazine cover that would hypnotize readers into renaming the highest-ranking Boy Scouts from the Eagle Scouts to the Ordep Scouts. Thanks to Pedro's Good "Twin", good Mirror Self, Erpod, it never actually gets published.
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* In ''ComicStrip/TheWackyAdventuresOfPedro'', Pedro's EvilTwin Ordep pitches a ''Boys' Life'' magazine cover that would hypnotize readers into renaming the highest-ranking Boy Scouts from the Eagle Scouts to the Ordep Scouts. Thanks to Pedro's Good "Twin", Erpod, it never actually gets published.
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** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand''. Much like Rocket Knight Adventures, the manual claims the alien Tatanga hypnotized citizens, and animals into doing his bidding. Lets hope NonLethalKo applies.
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2'' Wario hypnotizes the residents of MarioLand into obeying him, best shown in the commercial above. [[WildMassGuessing Maybe he learned it from Tatanga]]?

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** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand''. Much like Rocket Knight Adventures, the manual claims the alien Tatanga [[BigBad Tatanga]] hypnotized the citizens, and animals of Sarasaland into doing acting as his bidding. soldiers instead of following Princess Daisy. Lets hope NonLethalKo applies.
applies for the {{Mook}}s defeated.
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2'' Wario hypnotizes the residents of MarioLand Mario Land into obeying him, best shown in the commercial above. [[WildMassGuessing Maybe he learned it from Tatanga]]?Tatanga]] who had [[DemotedToDragon since become his minion]]?



** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'', [[CourtMage Evil Wizard]] Agahnim [[EvilChancellor kills]] the King, and brainwashes the soldiers, guards, and Knights of Hyrule into doing his bidding. As such, Hyrule's soldiers are out to get Link in the game. Early in the game, you can talk to one of the guards who mentions all of his fellow guards have gone mad, and now its starting to happen to him too. The guard is later replaced by an enemy.
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldFourSwordsAdventures Four Swords Adventures]]'' Vaati corrupts the Castle Soldiers into obeying him.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]'', [[CourtMage Evil Wizard]] Agahnim [[EvilChancellor kills]] the King, TheGoodKing, and brainwashes the soldiers, guards, and Knights of Hyrule into doing his bidding. As such, Hyrule's soldiers are out to get Link in the game. Early in the game, you can talk to one of the guards who mentions all of his fellow guards have gone mad, and now its starting to happen to him too. The guard is later replaced by an enemy.
enemy. [[Spoiler: This seems to have been undone by the WorldHealingWave at the end as regular friendly guards are shown around the revived King of Hyrule.]]
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldFourSwordsAdventures ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwordsAdventures Four Swords Adventures]]'' Vaati corrupts the Castle Soldiers into obeying him.
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