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20th May '17 12:58:30 PM NNinja
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* Exploited in combination with LoveTranscendsSpacetime in ''VisualNovel/NineHoursNinePersonsNineDoors''. [[spoiler: Zero's primary goal is to use mindlink between Junpei and Akane and give her information she needed to survive 9 years prior to when game takes place. The fact that they're in love results in particulary strong connection, which is why he was kidnapped.]]
20th May '17 12:47:57 PM NNinja
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** A non-romantic version has also been done with Piccolo and Gohan [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7291077/1/Watching]], based on the fact that they've been seen communicating telepathically at several points during the series.
20th May '17 12:25:31 AM LyraGRowin
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* Starting in season 2 of ''Series/SenseEight'', Will and Riley engage in a sexual relationship with each other. Naturally, their psychic connection makes them this.

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* Starting in season 2 of ''Series/SenseEight'', ''Series/Sense8'', Will and Riley engage in a sexual relationship with each other. Naturally, their psychic connection makes them this. At one point Will has to take blocker pills to prevent Whispers from being able to visit him, and they [[LampshadeHanging acknowledge that kissing isn't as intense without their psychic connection]].
** Kala and Wolfgang also fit this trope, although as of season 2 they haven't yet met in person.
16th May '17 9:14:29 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has an {{Implied|Trope}} variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has an {{Implied|Trope}} variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all the rest of his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling to the influence of the [[LotusEaterMachine Infinite Tsukuyomi]] one by one, and the one. The very last one person shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and who mentally calling calls out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple [[spoiler:[[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].
16th May '17 9:08:31 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has an [[ImpliedTrope implicit]] variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has an [[ImpliedTrope implicit]] {{Implied|Trope}} variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].
16th May '17 9:06:57 PM mouschilight
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* ''{{Naruto}}'' has an [[ImpliedTrope implicit]] variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].

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* ''{{Naruto}}'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has an [[ImpliedTrope implicit]] variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].
14th May '17 12:26:40 PM mouschilight
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* For the Asari in ''Franchise/MassEffect'', the only way for them to mate and reproduce is to link their neural network with another creature's. This has the added benefit of enabling them to mate with any species, regardless of gender.
** The High EMS Destroy Ending in VideoGame/MassEffect3's [[AuthorsSavingThrow Extended Cut]] implies a stronger version of the mind link between the asari Liara and PlayerCharacter Shepard, as Liara is shown [[spoiler: with a small hopeful smile at the memorial wall instead of a mournful look, when Shepard survives the Crucible activation and takes a breath.]]



* If you pursue [[DatingSim Mint's route]] in ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel'', something like this happens. Mint is the only natural-born telepath in the Angel-tai, but as she falls for Tact, she feels like he can read her thoughts as well as she can read his. [[RuleOfRomantic There is no explanation for this.]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Galerians}}'' has elements of this for Rion and Lilia, due to each one having one half of the virus program in their heads. Rion and Lilia can telepathically communicate, and Lilia feels pain when Rion is hurt. Whether or not it's romantic is somewhat debatable, but they are, at the least, very close best friends.



* ''VideoGame/{{Galerians}}'' has elements of this for Rion and Lilia, due to each one having one half of the virus program in their heads. Rion and Lilia can telepathically communicate, and Lilia feels pain when Rion is hurt. Whether or not it's romantic is somewhat debatable, but they are, at the least, very close best friends.



* If you pursue [[DatingSim Mint's route]] in ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel'', something like this happens. Mint is the only natural-born telepath in the Angel-tai, but as she falls for Tact, she feels like he can read her thoughts as well as she can read his. [[RuleOfRomantic There is no explanation for this.]]

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* If you pursue [[DatingSim Mint's route]] For the Asari in ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel'', something like this happens. Mint is ''Franchise/MassEffect'', the only natural-born telepath in way for them to mate and reproduce is to link their neural network with another creature's. This has the Angel-tai, but added benefit of enabling them to mate with any species, regardless of gender.
** The High EMS Destroy Ending in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'''s [[AuthorsSavingThrow Extended Cut]] implies a stronger version of the mind link between the asari Liara and PlayerCharacter Shepard,
as she falls for Tact, she feels like he can read her thoughts as well as she can read his. [[RuleOfRomantic There Liara is no explanation for this.shown [[spoiler: with a small hopeful smile at the memorial wall instead of a mournful look, when Shepard survives the Crucible activation and takes a breath.]]
14th May '17 12:24:22 PM mouschilight
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* In ''Series/{{Beauty and the Beast|1987}}'', Vincent and Catherine could usually tell when the other was in trouble. When the mind-link broke, it almost drove Vincent crazy.



* In ''Series/{{Beauty and the Beast|1987}}'', Vincent and Catherine could usually tell when the other was in trouble. When the mind-link broke, it almost drove Vincent crazy.
14th May '17 12:23:09 PM mouschilight
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* Coagula and Robotman in the Rachel Pollack run of ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol''.



* Coagula and Robotman in the Rachel Pollack run of ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol''.
12th May '17 8:14:06 PM mouschilight
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* ''{{Naruto}}'' has an [[ImpliedTrope implicit]] variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].

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* ''{{Naruto}}'' has an [[ImpliedTrope implicit]] variation in Chapter 677, during the series' climactic battle against the BigBadEnsemble. Naruto is known to be able to [[TheEmpath sense people's emotions]] to some degree. At some point in the battle, he is transported to a relatively safe phased-out dimension while basically all his allies are back in the regular dimension, badly suffering and being defeated. They are shown falling one by one, and the last one shown is Naruto's [[ShipTease maybe-possibly]] LoveInterest [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Hinata]], blacking out and mentally calling out to him in despair. ''Then'' the next panel is Naruto in the other dimension, suddenly looking very alarmed and eager to jump right out of the safe dimension, which his more level-headed RivalTurnedEvil [[HazyFeelTurn Sasuke]] wisely stops him from doing. To fully appreciate this nugget, you need to understand that that: 1) It is not known to what degree exactly Naruto's power is supposed to work across dimensions; 2) The audience is, technically, free to interpret that moment such that Naruto reacted to ''everyone's'' plight, and not just Hinata; and 3) Point #2 is a [[LoveYouAndEverybody recurring theme]], and at this point the author is eligible for a lifetime achievement award in [[TrollingCreator pulling the legs]] of the series' fans who [[{{Shipping}} have any kind of emotional stake in where all of this is going]]. In retrospect? [[spoiler: [[OfficialCouple It was indeed this trope]]]].
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