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16th Jun '16 6:22:44 AM NozzDogg
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* At least one evil scientist in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' has surgically inserted mind control devices into aliens to create an army of monsters and given the [[WeirdScience setting]] he won't be the last.
12th Jun '16 8:48:31 PM Willbyr
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* In Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/EndOfWatch'', the villain uses handheld game consoles to take control of people's minds through a pre-loaded game whose demo screen (which already has a mildly hypnotic effect on some people) is modified to become ''very'' hypnotic, [[GrandTheftMe allowing him to manipulate their thoughts or even take over their minds]].
4th Jan '16 6:25:05 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Julian's friend, Detective Henrique, and other officers in the Meridiana police force are brainwashed by José's new mind-control device, ordered to patrol the city streets for {{Cybersix}}.
* [[MarvelUniverse The Marvel Universe]] has the Serpent Crown, a mind control device used to channel the power of Set, an [[EldritchAbomination Elder God]]. Many [[SuperHero superheroes]] have fought villains attempting to conquer the world in the thrall of Set.
* An unusual version shows up at the start of the {{Deadpool}}[=/=]ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers Summer Fun crossover. It just makes its targets ''drunk''.

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* Julian's friend, Detective Henrique, and other officers in the Meridiana police force are brainwashed by José's new mind-control device, ordered to patrol the city streets for {{Cybersix}}.
ComicBook/{{Cybersix}}.
* [[MarvelUniverse [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse The Marvel Universe]] has the Serpent Crown, a mind control device used to channel the power of Set, an [[EldritchAbomination Elder God]]. Many [[SuperHero superheroes]] have fought villains attempting to conquer the world in the thrall of Set.
* An unusual version shows up at the start of the {{Deadpool}}[=/=]ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}[=/=]ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers Summer Fun crossover. It just makes its targets ''drunk''.
19th Nov '15 11:04:41 PM chicagomel
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* A ''Literature/MarthaSpeaks'' book called ''Good Dog Martha'' focused on an unscrupulous dog trainer using mind-control collar devices to create perfectly obedient dogs.
19th Nov '15 11:02:25 PM chicagomel
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* A ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' comic had Gadget and a bunch of other characters hypnotized by heart-shaped necklaces that turned out to be from Fat Cat and resulted in them being used as zombie slaves to build his latest invention.
19th Nov '15 11:00:17 PM chicagomel
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' establishes this as being the reason the clone troopers turned on the Jedi they had been working alongside for so long. Each one had a biological tumor-like chip implanted during the embryonic stage. They were set the activate when Palpatine gave the order "Execute Order 66", but one clone's activated prematurely and almost revealed the plot to the Jedi. Tup, the clone with the damaged chip, killed a Jedi while in a trance, but died despite attempts to stop the Kaminoans killing him and remove the chip. Fives, another trooper, found the truth about the chips, and tried to tell the Jedi, but they didn't believe him, and Palaptine faked an assassination attempt to get Fives killed and keep him quiet.
15th Oct '15 8:08:30 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Infernal}}'', the main conflict is over control of an invention which is supposed to be able to be able to subtly mind-control the whole world by broadcasting to ordinary media devices like televisions and radios. One villain wants to use it to eliminate the TheEvilsOfFreeWill, while another just wants to TakeOverTheWorld.
6th Oct '15 4:39:37 AM arcadiagt5
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* One shows up in episode 7 of the LightNovel/{{Dirty Pair}} TV Series to control Joanca. Kei spots it almost immediately.
3rd Oct '15 9:53:13 AM rafi
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* ''ShugoChara'' mainly has X-Eggs and now they've took it a step further. Now they have Question Eggs which turn people into DARK Chara Naris.
* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' has had this in spades.
** Artist Girl -- Pencil
** Prince Endymion -- Queen Beryl
** Chibi Moon (Rini) -- Wiseman
* Shampoo of ''RanmaOneHalf'' uses hypnotic pressure points, mind-control mushrooms, and memory-erasing shampoo at various points to further her sinister plots. The plots usually don't work, the items/techniques work flawlessly. Not only that, in the final story arc she is ''imprisoned'' in a ''mind-control egg'' and emerges the slave of the bad guys.

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* ''ShugoChara'' mainly The Black Gears and Black Cables of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''. Everyone infected with these become BrainwashedAndCrazy.
** ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02''
has X-Eggs the Dark Rings and now they've took it a step further. Now they Dark Spirals.
* Several gadget of ''Manga/{{Doraemon}}''
have Question Eggs which turn people into DARK Chara Naris.
* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' has had
this power. Every in spades.
** Artist Girl -- Pencil
** Prince Endymion -- Queen Beryl
** Chibi Moon (Rini) -- Wiseman
different ways.
* Shampoo of ''RanmaOneHalf'' uses hypnotic pressure points, In ''Manga/ElfenLied'', [[spoiler:Mariko's four clones and Lucy's half-brother]] have mind-control mushrooms, devices implanted in their foreheads that prevent them from being evil Diclonii and memory-erasing shampoo at various points to further her sinister plots. The plots usually don't work, the items/techniques work flawlessly. Not only that, in the final story arc she is ''imprisoned'' in a ''mind-control egg'' and emerges the slave of the bad guys.makes them perfectly controllable.



* Colress's device in the Episode N arc of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}''...and Team Rocket had one too in the Orange Islands. The Colress one turned Pokemon into mindless fighting machines while making them stronger.
* Shampoo of ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' uses hypnotic pressure points, mind-control mushrooms, and memory-erasing shampoo at various points to further her sinister plots. The plots usually don't work, the items/techniques work flawlessly. Not only that, in the final story arc she is ''imprisoned'' in a ''mind-control egg'' and emerges the slave of the bad guys.



* ''Manga/ShugoChara'' mainly has X-Eggs and now they've took it a step further. Now they have Question Eggs which turn people into DARK Chara Naris.



* The Black Gears and Black Cables of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''.
* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' has the Dark Rings and Dark Spirals.
* Colress's device in the Episode N arc of ''{{Pokemon}}''...and Team Rocket had one too in the Orange Islands. The Colress one turned Pokemon into mindless fighting machines while making them stronger.
* In ''Manga/ElfenLied'', [[spoiler:Mariko's four clones and Lucy's half-brother]] have mind-control devices implanted in their foreheads that prevent them from being evil Diclonii and makes them perfectly controllable.
15th Jul '15 1:12:16 PM StFan
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* In ''{{tsuritama}}'' Haru and Coco love to use their Mind Control ''Water Guns''. Usually to make people dance.

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* In ''{{tsuritama}}'' ''Anime/{{Tsuritama}}'' Haru and Coco love to use their Mind Control ''Water Guns''. Usually to make people dance.
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