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3rd Dec '16 8:04:03 PM WillBGood
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** Demon Prince Demogorgon, whose heads allegedly have ''competing spy networks'' and who constantly [[GambitPileup scheme]] against each other. They also have individual names; Aameul and Hethradiah; Aameul favors plans that use deception, while Hethradiath favors unsubtle raw power. Oddly enough, Demogorgon often benefits from this rivalry; one popular legend states that Aameul made a bargain with a lich queen, making her unprepared for a vicious pre-emptive strike by Hethradiath's forces; as a result, she was slain, giving Demogorgon as a whole her lands, wealth, and resources.

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** Demon Prince Demogorgon, whose heads allegedly have ''competing spy networks'' and who constantly [[GambitPileup scheme]] against each other. They also have individual names; names-- Aameul and Hethradiah; Aameul favors plans that use deception, while Hethradiath favors unsubtle raw power. Oddly enough, Demogorgon often benefits from this rivalry; one popular legend states that Aameul made a bargain with a lich queen, making her unprepared for a vicious pre-emptive strike by Hethradiath's forces; as a result, she was slain, giving Demogorgon as a whole her lands, wealth, and resources.
3rd Dec '16 7:42:32 PM WillBGood
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* A four-headed, multi-limbed creature formed from the remains of four teenage boys is sent to kill John Constantine in one issue of ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}''. He notices the different tattoos on each side of the body, from opposing football teams (each pair of boys had a different favorite team) and tricks them into arguing with themselves long enough for him to escape while they rip themself (themselves?) to pieces.

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* A four-headed, multi-limbed creature formed from the remains of four teenage boys FootballHooligans is sent to kill John Constantine in one issue of ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}''. He notices the different tattoos on each side of the body, from opposing football teams (each pair of boys had a different favorite team) and tricks them into arguing with themselves long enough for him to escape while they rip themself (themselves?) to pieces.
22nd Nov '16 1:54:34 PM Godzillawolf
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* In the ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'', the [[PhysicalGod Dragon Goddess]] Queen Tiamat is a gigantic {{Kaiju}} sized dragon with five heads. Each head seems to have a mind of it's own, but they never fight. When she meets [[spoiler:Queen Majesty]], each head is also shown having differing emotions and reactions, with one even ''sleeping'' while the others are fully awake.
17th Nov '16 7:41:19 PM Darthrai
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* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'': The series' flagship mecha, Gurren Lagann, is formed by combining two face-like mecha (Gurren and Lagann). The resulting combination has two faces (one on its head and one on its torso), which are piloted separately and [[ExpressiveMask "speak" and emote with each of their corresponding pilots]]. However, there are a few instances where Simon [[SubvertedTrope subverts]] this by piloting Gurren Lagann by himself.
5th Nov '16 5:20:18 PM SebastianGray
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*** Ungrol Four-horn is a two-headed mutant who was cast into the woods to die by his disgusted parents. Taken in by tribe of [[BeastMan Beastmen]] for being a Child of Chaos, Ungrol was nonetheless bullied mercilessly by the larger more powerful Beastmen for his lack of horns until one night he snapped and murdered the tribe’s chieftain and Bray-shaman. Ungrol now leads his own ragtag band of outcasts, mutants, and heretics.

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*** Ungrol Four-horn is a two-headed mutant who was cast into the woods to die by his disgusted parents. Taken in by tribe of [[BeastMan Beastmen]] for being a Child of Chaos, Ungrol was nonetheless bullied mercilessly by the larger more powerful Beastmen for his lack of horns until one night he snapped and murdered the tribe’s chieftain and Bray-shaman. Ungrol now leads wears the horns of the two tribal leaders as his own ragtag band but the dark power of outcasts, mutants, these trophies has started to have an effect on Ungrol’s heads and heretics.he can often be found arguing with himself.



** In ''TabletopGame/BloodBowl'', the Two Heads mutation is a physical ability available to any player on a Chaos, Nurgle and Skaven team that gives them a bonus to their Dodge rolls. The Skaven are particularly fond of this mutation with their most famous Star Player, Hakflem Skuttlespike, having a pair of heads.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'', having two heads is one of the options for mutant Scavvies. The mutation gives the model a 180 degree field of vision and allows them to [[GunsAkimbo fire two pistols at the same time.]]

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** In ''TabletopGame/BloodBowl'', the Two Heads mutation is a physical ability available to any player on a Chaos, Nurgle and Skaven team that gives them a bonus to their Dodge rolls. The Skaven are particularly fond of this mutation with their most famous Star Player, Hakflem Skuttlespike, Tarsh Surehands, having a pair of heads.
heads. Unfortunately Tarsh strangled himself to death after his heads got into an argument about a missed pass during an important game.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'', having two heads is one of the options for mutant Scavvies. The mutation gives the model a 180 degree field of vision and allows them to [[GunsAkimbo fire two pistols at the same time.]]time]] as each head is able to aim and fire one of the guns.
5th Nov '16 8:58:15 AM SebastianGray
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** In ''TabletopGame/BloodBowl'', the Two Heads mutation is a physical ability available to any player on a Chaos, Nurgle and Skaven that gives them a bonus to their Dodge rolls. The Skaven are particularly fond of this mutation with their most famous Star Player, Hakflem Skuttlespike, having a pair of heads.

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** In ''TabletopGame/BloodBowl'', the Two Heads mutation is a physical ability available to any player on a Chaos, Nurgle and Skaven team that gives them a bonus to their Dodge rolls. The Skaven are particularly fond of this mutation with their most famous Star Player, Hakflem Skuttlespike, having a pair of heads.
5th Nov '16 8:53:01 AM SebastianGray
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'':
** The first Chaos dragon, a good dragon that was corrupted by Chaos and grew a second head. His original personality is still in there somewhere and may attack the bad head during the battle.
** Kairos Fateweaver, a Greater Daemon of Tzeentch, the God of [[BreadEggsMilkSquick change, magic, hope and random mutation]], has two heads. These see the past and future, respectively, but are a little oblivious to the present.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'':
Creator/GamesWorkshop games:
** The first Chaos dragon, a good dragon that was corrupted by Chaos and grew a second head. His original personality is still Examples present in there somewhere and may attack the bad head during the battle.
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''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' & ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'':
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Kairos Fateweaver, a Greater Daemon of Tzeentch, the God of [[BreadEggsMilkSquick God of change, magic, hope and random mutation]], has two heads. These heads, one of which can only see the past while the other can only see the future.
*** Karanak, the Hound of Vengeance is a three-headed Flesh Hound of the Blood God Khorne to fit with his [[GreekMythology Cerberus]] theme. The first of Karanak's heads can track his quarry across space, the second follows them across time while the third can sense his prey's thoughts.
** ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' specific examples:
*** When a daemon possessed the great dragon Galrauch, the Gold Drake’s head
and future, respectively, but neck split down the middle creating two ferocious heads. The possession wasn’t complete however and Galrauch’s original personality will sometimes immerge to take control of one of the heads and attack the other.
*** Ungrol Four-horn is a two-headed mutant who was cast into the woods to die by his disgusted parents. Taken in by tribe of [[BeastMan Beastmen]] for being a Child of Chaos, Ungrol was nonetheless bullied mercilessly by the larger more powerful Beastmen for his lack of horns until one night he snapped and murdered the tribe’s chieftain and Bray-shaman. Ungrol now leads his own ragtag band of outcasts, mutants, and heretics.
** In ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'', the God of Destruction Gorkamorka has two heads due to being a fusion of the orc brother gods Gork and Mork from [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} the-world-that-was]].
** In ''TabletopGame/BloodBowl'', the Two Heads mutation is a physical ability available to any player on a Chaos, Nurgle and Skaven that gives them a bonus to their Dodge rolls. The Skaven
are particularly fond of this mutation with their most famous Star Player, Hakflem Skuttlespike, having a little oblivious to pair of heads.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'', having two heads is one of
the present.options for mutant Scavvies. The mutation gives the model a 180 degree field of vision and allows them to [[GunsAkimbo fire two pistols at the same time.]]
31st Oct '16 7:51:42 AM JackG
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->"Ohhhh, I don't know..." said Left Head, quivering with fear and indecision.
->"Can't you make up your mind for once?" snapped Right Head.
->"How can I when I've got two of them!"

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->"Ohhhh, -->"Ohhhh, I don't know..." said Left Head, quivering with fear and indecision.
->"Can't -->"Can't you make up your mind for once?" snapped Right Head.
->"How -->"How can I when I've got two of them!"
31st Oct '16 7:51:15 AM JackG
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* The two-headed Hideous Gobblsnutch in ''[[Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainProton Captain Proton]] and the Planet of Lesbians''.
->"Ohhhh, I don't know..." said Left Head, quivering with fear and indecision.
->"Can't you make up your mind for once?" snapped Right Head.
->"How can I when I've got two of them!"
6th Oct '16 4:35:15 AM nighttrainfm
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time of Angels"]], the Doctor tells an anecdote about a planet of two-headed people.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time of Angels"]], the Doctor tells an anecdote about a planet of two-headed people.


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** ''Time Lords'' can apparently end up like this if a regeneration goes really wonky, although we've yet to actually see this. The Ninth Doctor claimed he could have two heads ("Or no head!") before regenerating, and the Eleventh mentioned a two-headed aunt.
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