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14th Feb '18 6:23:38 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'', we have three: Series/Supergirl2015 vs. Overgirl, [[Series/{{Arrow}} Green Arrow]] vs. Dark Arrow, and the ''[[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow Waverider]]'' vs. ''Der Wellenreiter''. [[spoiler:All three Nazi counterparts end up dead/destroyed]].

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* In the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'', we have three: Series/Supergirl2015 vs. Overgirl, [[Series/{{Arrow}} Green Arrow]] vs. Dark Black Arrow, and the ''[[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow Waverider]]'' vs. ''Der Wellenreiter''. [[spoiler:All three Nazi counterparts end up dead/destroyed]].
7th Jan '18 8:57:41 PM Prometheus117
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* Erza Scarlet vs. [[spoiler:Erza Knightwalker]] in ''Manga/FairyTail''. Natsu was freaked out the moment he saw those two fighting, as Erza is the only person he was ever afraid of.

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* Erza Scarlet vs. [[spoiler:Erza [[AlternateSelf Erza Knightwalker]] in ''Manga/FairyTail''. Natsu was freaked out the moment he saw those two fighting, as Erza is the only person he was ever afraid of. Their fight at the climax of the arc has them so evenly matched that they destroy the floating island they were fighting on, their weapons, their ''clothes'', and finally engage in a fist-fight that leaves them both collapsed on the ground. Scarlet still manages to "win" in the technical sense since she manages to convince her counterpart that her side is in the wrong in the conflict (and considering that Knightwalker's side is [[HumanResources harvesting living beings for magical energy]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist to fuel their failing dimension's way of life]], she has a point).
1st Jan '18 9:10:03 PM VelvetPierrot
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** In-universe example in "Steven vs. Amethyst" with the videogame featuring Lonely Blade. Steven and Amethyst both choose him as their fighter, and Amethyst wins (or rather, Steven lets her win).
-->'''Lonely Blade (victory quote):''' My blade's the loneliest after all.
31st Dec '17 2:42:33 AM jormis29
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* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' is often a victim of this. In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Girl Power]]'' Supergirl fights her counterpart ComicBook/PowerGirl and later [[EnemyWithout Dark Supergirl]], and in ''Bizarrogirl'' she confronts her Bizarro clone.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' is often a victim of this. In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Girl Power]]'' Supergirl fights her counterpart ComicBook/PowerGirl and later [[EnemyWithout Dark Supergirl]], and in ''Bizarrogirl'' ''ComicBook/{{Bizarrogirl}}'' she confronts her Bizarro clone.
25th Dec '17 9:20:25 PM Fireblood
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* ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity'': The final Test of the group has this as an obstacle, forcing Sam to battle against a copy of himself in order to claim the final keystone.
30th Nov '17 1:40:12 PM lillolillo
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* Besides his countless fights with Bizarro over the years, Franchise/{{Superman}} has also gotten into fights with his [[RobotMe robot doubles]] when they've gone rogue, a successful non-Bizarro {{clon|ingBlues}}e made by Luthor, a SplitAtBirth EvilTwin called Supermenace, and even his [[MyFutureSelfAndMe time-displaced younger self]] who was [[GrandTheftMe possessed]] by an enraged [[FightingYourFriend Pete Ross]] at the time, as well as alternate universe selves such as Ultraman, Superboy-Prime, and Kal-L, Superman of [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths Earth-Two]].

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* Besides his countless fights with Bizarro over the years, Franchise/{{Superman}} has also gotten into fights with his [[RobotMe robot doubles]] when they've gone rogue, a successful non-Bizarro {{clon|ingBlues}}e made by Luthor, a SplitAtBirth EvilTwin called Supermenace, and even his [[MyFutureSelfAndMe time-displaced younger self]] who was [[GrandTheftMe possessed]] by an enraged [[FightingYourFriend Pete Ross]] at the time, as well as alternate universe selves such as Ultraman, Superboy-Prime, and Kal-L, Superman of [[ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths Earth-Two]].Earth-Two.
* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' is often a victim of this. In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Girl Power]]'' Supergirl fights her counterpart ComicBook/PowerGirl and later [[EnemyWithout Dark Supergirl]], and in ''Bizarrogirl'' she confronts her Bizarro clone.



* In the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'', we have three: Series/{{Supergirl}} vs. Overgirl, [[Series/{{Arrow}} Green Arrow]] vs. Dark Arrow, and the ''[[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow Waverider]]'' vs. ''Der Wellenreiter''. [[spoiler:All three Nazi counterparts end up dead/destroyed]].

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* In the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'', we have three: Series/{{Supergirl}} Series/Supergirl2015 vs. Overgirl, [[Series/{{Arrow}} Green Arrow]] vs. Dark Arrow, and the ''[[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow Waverider]]'' vs. ''Der Wellenreiter''. [[spoiler:All three Nazi counterparts end up dead/destroyed]].



** Also played with in the episode "Fearful Symmetry": As Supergirl battles her EvilCounterpart Galetaea, the ClothingDamage of their costumes starts to make them mirror the other's...

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** Also played with in the episode "Fearful Symmetry": As Supergirl ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} battles her EvilCounterpart Galetaea, the ClothingDamage of their costumes starts to make them mirror the other's...
29th Nov '17 6:22:04 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} crossover event ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'', we have three: Series/{{Supergirl}} vs. Overgirl, [[Series/{{Arrow}} Green Arrow]] vs. Dark Arrow, and the ''[[Series/LegendsOfTomorrow Waverider]]'' vs. ''Der Wellenreiter''. [[spoiler:All three Nazi counterparts end up dead/destroyed]].
18th Nov '17 9:20:25 PM Firestorm17
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* A Advertising/{{GEICO}} commercial that aired during the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs depicted a face-off between Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron in home uniform and Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron in away uniform, which the announcer described as a win-win situation. (Bergeron led the NHL in face-off percentage that season.)
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28th Oct '17 7:28:05 PM merotoker
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The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is the first ''VideoGame/MortalKombat''; the last enemy you fought before the [[MarathonBoss Endurance matches]] was yourself.

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The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is the first ''VideoGame/MortalKombat''; ''VideoGame/MortalKombat1''; the last enemy you fought before the [[MarathonBoss Endurance matches]] was yourself.



** Subaru and the [[spoiler:[[QuirkyMinibossSquad Numbers]] [[HollywoodCyborg Cyborg]] Nove]], with the latter's appearance, equipments, and abilities all being similar to the former and her sister [[spoiler:[[CainAndAbel since she was created by cloning their mother, Quint]]]]. Unfortunately for [[spoiler:Nove]], Subaru revealed during her UnstoppableRage that she has the ability to kill cyborgs like her in one hit, so it didn't turn out to be the even match she had hoped.

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** Subaru and the [[spoiler:[[QuirkyMinibossSquad Numbers]] [[HollywoodCyborg Cyborg]] {{Cyborg}} Nove]], with the latter's appearance, equipments, and abilities all being similar to the former and her sister [[spoiler:[[CainAndAbel since she was created by cloning their mother, Quint]]]]. Unfortunately for [[spoiler:Nove]], Subaru revealed during her UnstoppableRage that she has the ability to kill cyborgs like her in one hit, so it didn't turn out to be the even match she had hoped.



* Spoofed and [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] in one of the [=OVAs=] for ''LightNovel/TheSlayers''. Lina and Naga are faced with a mirror capable of creating a clone of anyone looking through it, and it produced their clones with opposite personalities. Lina's opposide personality was a pacifist, and Naga's was a ShrinkingViolet; [[RealityEnsues both were useless]] in fight.

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* Spoofed and [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] in one of the [=OVAs=] for ''LightNovel/TheSlayers''. Lina and Naga are faced with a mirror capable of creating a clone of anyone looking through it, and it produced their clones with opposite personalities. Lina's opposide opposite personality was a pacifist, and Naga's was a ShrinkingViolet; [[RealityEnsues both were useless]] in fight.



* Happens in the ''Manga/TigerMask'' manga when Tiger Mask fights his imposter, who was too trained by Tiger's Cave. At first it wasn't this, as Tiger Mask refused to resort to fouls and wore an armband while the imposter had a knuckle duster, but at one point the armband is torn away and Tiger Mask ''snaps'' and makes the imposter lose the knuckle duster, and nobody can tell who is who even after one of the two defeats the other with Tiger Mask's finisher, the Tiger V, as they couldn't be sure the imposter wouldn't know that move too. [[spoiler: The match promoter, who ''could'' tell the difference, decides to have a laugh and declares the winner is the "Yellow Devil", Tiger Mask nickname in his early days when he only committed fouls, with the public believing the winner was the imposter until he points out that he has steel fangs on his mask and the winner has plastic ones]].

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* Happens in the ''Manga/TigerMask'' manga when Tiger Mask fights his imposter, who was too trained by Tiger's Cave. At first it wasn't this, as Tiger Mask refused to resort to fouls and wore an armband while the imposter had a knuckle duster, but at one point the armband is torn away and Tiger Mask ''snaps'' and makes the imposter lose the knuckle duster, and nobody can tell who is who even after one of the two defeats the other with Tiger Mask's finisher, the Tiger V, as they couldn't be sure the imposter wouldn't know that move too. [[spoiler: The match promoter, who ''could'' tell the difference, decides to have a laugh and declares the winner is the "Yellow Devil", Tiger Mask nickname in his early days when he only committed fouls, with the public believing the winner was the imposter until he points out that he has steel fangs on his mask and the winner has plastic ones]].ones.]]



* Same goes for Yu-Gi-Oh

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* Same goes for Yu-Gi-Oh''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''



* The original, very brief appearance of ComicBook/SpiderMan's clone was basically a one-issue, pretty cool Mirror Match fight that ended with the clone killed in an explosion. Twenty years later, the clone got [[DeathIsCheap brought back]] for a convoluted storyline that dominated the title for a couple of ''years.''

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* The original, very brief appearance of ComicBook/SpiderMan's Franchise/SpiderMan's clone was basically a one-issue, pretty cool Mirror Match fight that ended with the clone killed in an explosion. Twenty years later, the clone got [[DeathIsCheap brought back]] for a convoluted storyline that dominated the title for a couple of ''years.''



* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': All the Titans except Raven (who was turned into a demon and on her father's side), Jericho (who was badly injured), and Lilith (a wild card) were forced into nightmare scenes by Trigon where they had to fight their evil clones (Cyborg's copy was fully human but just as strong, stole his girlfriend, and made the disabled kids Cyborg befriended turn against him). All of them, even Nightwing and Beast Boy, killed their copies and their souls were forfeit to Trigon as a result. Unfortunately for Trigon, this didn't convert them to his side as intended and simply made their methods more ruthless. They killed Raven, which turned out to be part of Lilith and the goddess Azar's plan to stop Trigon (Raven got better... eventually).

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* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': All the Titans except Raven ComicBook/{{Raven}} (who was turned into a demon and on her father's side), Jericho (who was badly injured), and Lilith (a wild card) were forced into nightmare scenes by Trigon where they had to fight their evil clones (Cyborg's (ComicBook/{{Cyborg}}'s copy was fully human but just as strong, stole his girlfriend, and made the disabled kids Cyborg befriended turn against him). All of them, even Nightwing ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} and Beast Boy, killed their copies and their souls were forfeit to Trigon as a result. Unfortunately for Trigon, this didn't convert them to his side as intended and simply made their methods more ruthless. They killed Raven, which turned out to be part of Lilith and the goddess Azar's plan to stop Trigon (Raven got better... eventually).



** The FinalBattle of the [[BadFuture Dark World Series]] is fought between the Elements of Harmony and [[spoiler: [[TrueFinalBoss Nightmare Eclipse's]] [[PsychoRangers gallery of Nightmares]]]]. However, it's not a perfect example, since [[spoiler: Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Nightmare!Rarity]] are absent, while [[SixthRanger Derpy, Apple Pie, and Minty Pie]] lack counterparts.

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** The FinalBattle of the [[BadFuture Dark World Series]] is fought between the Elements of Harmony and [[spoiler: [[TrueFinalBoss Nightmare Eclipse's]] [[PsychoRangers [[ThePsychoRangers gallery of Nightmares]]]]. However, it's not a perfect example, since [[spoiler: Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Nightmare!Rarity]] are absent, while [[SixthRanger Derpy, Apple Pie, and Minty Pie]] lack counterparts.



* ''Film/TheOne'' ends with a fight between two super-powered {{Jet Li}}s. While the villain Yulaw has more practice with his enhanced speed and strength, the hero Gabe is on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge and has been practicing martial arts daily. In the end, their style (Yulaw uses the more aggressive, straight-line Xingyiquan style, while Gabe sticks with the subtle, circular Baguazhang style) and terrain (the start of the fight is on a tight catwalk, and the end is on an open factory floor) decide the outcome. And yes, this is the best part of the movie, especially when both of them go to SuperSpeed, and we see the fight from their perspective (i.e. TimeStandsStill).

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* ''Film/TheOne'' ends with a fight between two super-powered {{Jet Creator/{{Jet Li}}s. While the villain Yulaw has more practice with his enhanced speed and strength, the hero Gabe is on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge and has been practicing martial arts daily. In the end, their style (Yulaw uses the more aggressive, straight-line Xingyiquan style, while Gabe sticks with the subtle, circular Baguazhang style) and terrain (the start of the fight is on a tight catwalk, and the end is on an open factory floor) decide the outcome. And yes, this is the best part of the movie, especially when both of them go to SuperSpeed, and we see the fight from their perspective (i.e. TimeStandsStill).



* In ''Literature/ToughMagic'', Yil fights his doppelganger in a practice match; the doppelganger in question being a golem programed to copy his skills and capabilities.
* In ''Literature/DraconianSymphony'' The protagonists escape from a dungeon guarded by a child of Nemesis, who transforms into the main character's doppelganger to fight him.

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* In ''Literature/ToughMagic'', Yil fights his doppelganger in a practice match; the doppelganger in question being a golem programed programmed to copy his skills and capabilities.
* In ''Literature/DraconianSymphony'' The the protagonists escape from a dungeon guarded by a child of Nemesis, who transforms into the main character's doppelganger to fight him.



* ''Series/KamenRiderGhost'' has a literal example through an {{evil twin}} of Makoto Fukami (Kamen Rider Specter), whom the real one would fight in a RandomEncounter, which results the actual Makoto suffer a seizure-induced pain [[{{Synchronization}} each time]] he defeats his doppelganger. The trope is taken ''very'' literally by the time the series' reaches the endgame episodes when the impostor Makoto obtains his own Deep Specter Eyecon, all while beginning to adopt [[BecomingTheMask the real Makoto's mannerisms]], and sporting his [[HellbentForLeather leather jacket]] to [[SpotTheImpostor fool]] even further his friends.

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* ''Series/KamenRiderGhost'' has a literal example through an {{evil twin}} of Makoto Fukami (Kamen Rider Specter), whom the real one would fight in a RandomEncounter, {{Random Encounter|s}}, which results the actual Makoto suffer a seizure-induced pain [[{{Synchronization}} each time]] he defeats his doppelganger. The trope is taken ''very'' literally by the time the series' reaches the endgame episodes when the impostor Makoto obtains his own Deep Specter Eyecon, all while beginning to adopt [[BecomingTheMask the real Makoto's mannerisms]], and sporting his [[HellbentForLeather leather jacket]] to [[SpotTheImpostor fool]] even further his friends.



* This is used quite a lot in ''Franchise/PowerRangers'', being a nearly once-seasonally tradition. Often they were led by a MonsterOfTheWeek. Zeo and RPM are pretty much the only seasons who haven't had it in some form -- if not identical copies, then an EvilCounterpart team will be featured, like Space's PsychoRangers, the Spirit Rangers and Five Fingers of Poison in Jungle Fury. Oddly, only ''once'' (the ''very first use'' of the gimmick waaay back in the original series) were they used to ruin the Rangers' good name, and ''never'' have they been used to pose as a friend and backstab a good Ranger. Oddly, the SixthRanger seldom gets a copy. But sometimes Tommy's subverted it, facing his past selves.

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* This is used quite a lot in ''Franchise/PowerRangers'', being a nearly once-seasonally tradition. Often they were led by a MonsterOfTheWeek. Zeo and RPM are pretty much the only seasons who haven't had it in some form -- if not identical copies, then an EvilCounterpart team will be featured, like Space's PsychoRangers, [[ThePsychoRangers Psycho Rangers]], the Spirit Rangers and Five Fingers of Poison in Jungle Fury. Oddly, only ''once'' (the ''very first use'' of the gimmick waaay back in the original series) were they used to ruin the Rangers' good name, and ''never'' have they been used to pose as a friend and backstab a good Ranger. Oddly, the SixthRanger seldom gets a copy. But sometimes Tommy's subverted it, facing his past selves.



* Disappointingly averted in ''Series/TheSecretWorldOfAlexMack''. Alex gets an evil duplicate, but despite both of them having {{telekinesis}} and [[ShockAndAwe electric]] powers, they never actually try to fight -- Alex winds up just chasing her evil twin around until they recombine.

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* Disappointingly averted in ''Series/TheSecretWorldOfAlexMack''. Alex gets an evil duplicate, but despite both of them having {{telekinesis}} [[MindOverMatter telekinesis]] and [[ShockAndAwe electric]] powers, they never actually try to fight -- Alex winds up just chasing her evil twin around until they recombine.



* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', towards the end of Season 6, Sam has a [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind confrontation]] with [[spoiler: Soulless Sam after Castiel brings down Death's Wall.]]

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* In ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', towards the end of Season 6, Sam has a [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind confrontation]] with [[spoiler: Soulless Sam after Castiel brings down Death's Wall.]]Wall]].



* Occurs in the 13 {{Reunion Show}} of ''Series/{{Wizards of Waverly Place}}'' "Alex vs Alex". Alex accidentally creates an evil clone of herself and is forced to fight her doppleganger in order to {{Save The World}}.
* In ''Series/{{Grimm}}'', [[spoiler:Juliette/Eve]] uses a Hexenbiest spell on Nick to temporarily turn him into Renard. Eventually, Renard and Nick!Renard end up fighting one another on a rooftop. The only difference between them is their ties (one is wearing red, the other blue). Both even [[GameFace Woge]] at one point, even though Nick isn't very experience at that. [[spoiler:They end up coming to a reluctant agreement]].

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* Occurs in the 13 {{Reunion Show}} ReunionShow of ''Series/{{Wizards of Waverly Place}}'' "Alex vs Alex". Alex accidentally creates an evil clone of herself and is forced to fight her doppleganger in order to {{Save The World}}.
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* In ''Series/{{Grimm}}'', [[spoiler:Juliette/Eve]] uses a Hexenbiest spell on Nick to temporarily turn him into Renard. Eventually, Renard and Nick!Renard end up fighting one another on a rooftop. The only difference between them is their ties (one is wearing red, the other blue). Both even [[GameFace Woge]] at one point, even though Nick isn't very experience at that. [[spoiler:They end up coming to a reluctant agreement]].agreement.]]



* The Wrestling/{{WW|E}}F tried to pull off a Mirror Match in live action at ''Summerslam 1994'', with a match pitting Wrestling/TheUndertaker against... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocWZWyd4NGs The Undertaker]]. Unfortunately, this proved impossible to pull off with any degree of realism, as the false Undertaker they got was quite a bit shorter and slimmer than the actual Undertaker. However, this didn't stop Wrestling/VinceMcMahon from proclaiming, "It's like looking into a mirror!"

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* The Wrestling/{{WW|E}}F tried to pull off a Mirror Match in live action at ''Summerslam ''Wrestling/SummerSlam 1994'', with a match pitting Wrestling/TheUndertaker against... [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocWZWyd4NGs com/watch?v=txH6YPEqyGE The Undertaker]]. Unfortunately, this proved impossible to pull off with any degree of realism, as the false Undertaker they got was quite a bit shorter and slimmer than the actual Undertaker. However, this didn't stop Wrestling/VinceMcMahon from proclaiming, "It's like looking into a mirror!"



** The Aleax is a divine construct sent to punish a character who's strayed from his alignment, failed to make the proper sacrifices, or generally enraged a deity. It's identical to its itended victim save for GlowingEyesOfDoom and has all the same stats (except HitPoints) and equipment, plus several other powers and immunities making it a very difficult opponent. Worst, only the designated victim can harm it; all other party members are powerless to affect an Aleax.

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** The Aleax is a divine construct sent to punish a character who's strayed from his alignment, failed to make the proper sacrifices, or generally enraged a deity. It's identical to its itended intended victim save for GlowingEyesOfDoom and has all the same stats (except HitPoints) and equipment, plus several other powers and immunities making it a very difficult opponent. Worst, only the designated victim can harm it; all other party members are powerless to affect an Aleax.



* WebAnimation/HomestarRunner [[LampshadeHanging bemoans]] the laziness involved with this when he has to fight an all-black "Shadow Homestar" in a ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' parody in [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/hremail2000.html Hremail 2000]].

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* WebAnimation/HomestarRunner [[LampshadeHanging bemoans]] the laziness involved with this when he has to fight an all-black "Shadow Homestar" in a ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' parody in [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/hremail2000.html Hremail 2000]].



** When Captain America finally gets to face off against his Skrull doppelganger, it goes down like this, though the Skrull Cap was already transformed and looks like an alien wearing the Captain America suit rather than a direct mirror image of the Star-Spangled Avenger. Cap is more than a match for his double and defeats him in a most [[MomentOfAwesome satisfying]] [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown manner]].

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** When Captain America finally gets to face off against his Skrull doppelganger, it goes down like this, though the Skrull Cap was already transformed and looks like an alien wearing the Captain America suit rather than a direct mirror image of the Star-Spangled Avenger. Cap is more than a match for his double and defeats him in a most [[MomentOfAwesome [[Awesome/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes satisfying]] [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown manner]].



** In the episode "Divided We Fall", Luthor-Brainiac recreated the Justice Lords (and a very Reverse-Flash-looking evil Flash) for the original founders of the Justice League to fight. [[OpponentSwitch They stopped them by going up against different copies, instead of their counterparts.]] Except the Flash, who beats his evil counterpart on his lonesome.

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** In the episode "Divided We Fall", Luthor-Brainiac recreated the Justice Lords (and a very Reverse-Flash-looking evil Flash) Flash since he didn't have a Justice Lord counterpart) for the original founders of the Justice League to fight. [[OpponentSwitch They stopped them by going up against different copies, instead of their counterparts.]] Except the Flash, who beats his evil counterpart on his lonesome.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Brain Drain", Phineas and Ferb spend a sick-day playing a fighting game based on themselves with their friends. Phineas ends up matched against... himself.
-->'''Phineas:''' Check it out, I'm kicking my own butt!



* The whole [[WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays Saturday family]] has almost exact mirror matches from an alternate universe.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays'': The whole [[WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays Saturday family]] family has almost exact mirror matches from an alternate universe.



** In episode "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes", Homer fights an actor impersonating him. Homer wins by fighting dirty. "If I know me, he won't like [[GroinAttack being kicked in the crotch!]]"

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** In the episode "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes", Homer fights an actor impersonating him. Homer wins by fighting dirty. "If I know me, he won't like [[GroinAttack being kicked in the crotch!]]"



* ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'':''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'':



* In the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Brain Drain", Phineas and Ferb spend a sick-day playing a fighting game based on themselves with their friends. Phineas ends up matched against... himself.
-->'''Phineas:''' Check it out, I'm kicking my own butt!
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* ''Series/{{How I Met Your Mother}}'': The episode "[[Recap/HowIMetYourMotherS7E8TheSluttyPumpkinReturns The Slutty Pumpkin Returns]]" ends with Barney hallucinating a Canadian version of himself whom he viciously attacks.

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* ''Series/{{How I Met Your Mother}}'': The episode "[[Recap/HowIMetYourMotherS7E8TheSluttyPumpkinReturns "[[Recap/HowIMetYourMotherS7E08TheSluttyPumpkinReturns The Slutty Pumpkin Returns]]" ends with Barney hallucinating a Canadian version of himself whom he viciously attacks.
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