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10th Apr '17 6:20:54 PM Getta
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Unlike in the case of LiterallyShatteredLives, those employing this trope don't die from being shattered. See also PullingThemselvesTogether, which is similar to the second half of this trope, and generally trauma-induced. For a similar ability, see SuperSmoke. Related is {{Teleportation}} that employs a method similar to this, i.e breaking the subject into atoms and then reconstructing them in another place; people who have this as an ability might achieve long-distance movement similar to a teleport this way.

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Unlike in the case of LiterallyShatteredLives, those employing this trope don't die from being shattered. See also PullingThemselvesTogether, which is similar to the second half of this trope, and generally trauma-induced. For a BlobMonster and ElementalShapeshifter can do something similar ability, see SuperSmoke.to this. Compare also DetachmentCombat if they just detach their body parts rather than breaking down to flying pieces. Related is {{Teleportation}} that employs a method similar to this, i.e breaking the subject into atoms and then reconstructing them in another place; people who have this as an ability might achieve long-distance movement similar to a teleport this way.
29th Jan '17 12:49:00 PM Owlorange1995
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** In the spinoff ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbowTraining'', the Dark Nut miniboss at the end of level 8 breaks apart into a swarm of Keese when his body is damaged.
29th Jan '17 12:44:34 PM Owlorange1995
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* ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbowTraining'': After it's outer layer of armor is knocked off, the Darknut demonstrates the ability to dissolve into thousands of flies and reform at will. Although this allows him to teleport around the room and avoid Link's attacks, it also reveals his weakness: [[spoiler: there are three white flies among the black ones, and if they are destroyed the Darknut can be killed in his humanoid form]].
5th Jan '17 3:45:41 AM jormis29
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** In the spinoff ''Link's Crossbow Training'', the Dark Nut miniboss at the end of level 8 breaks apart into a swarm of Keese when his body is damaged.

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** In the spinoff ''Link's Crossbow Training'', ''VideoGame/LinksCrossbowTraining'', the Dark Nut miniboss at the end of level 8 breaks apart into a swarm of Keese when his body is damaged.
23rd Dec '16 7:07:06 PM Getta
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Unlike in the case of LiterallyShatteredLives, those employing this trope don't die from being shattered. See also PullingThemselvesTogether, which is similar to the second half of this trope, and generally trauma-induced. For a similar ability, see SuperSmoke.

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Unlike in the case of LiterallyShatteredLives, those employing this trope don't die from being shattered. See also PullingThemselvesTogether, which is similar to the second half of this trope, and generally trauma-induced. For a similar ability, see SuperSmoke.
SuperSmoke. Related is {{Teleportation}} that employs a method similar to this, i.e breaking the subject into atoms and then reconstructing them in another place; people who have this as an ability might achieve long-distance movement similar to a teleport this way.
10th Dec '16 2:03:58 PM StFan
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* In 4th Edition ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', the crystalline beings known as the ''Shardmind'' have an ability that lets them separate into individual pieces and reform a short distance away after being successfully attacked.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':
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In 4th Edition ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', , the crystalline beings known as the ''Shardmind'' have an ability that lets them separate into individual pieces and reform a short distance away after being successfully attacked.



16th Nov '16 8:18:23 AM Medinoc
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* The series finale of ''WesternAnimation/KassaiAndLeuk'' shows [[spoiler:two of the setting's gods]] turning into flocks of birds.
6th Oct '16 12:56:29 PM Shishkahuben
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** This carries into her [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros4 Smash]] incarnation, too. When she attempts, but just barely fails, to dodge an attack, she bursts into a cloud of bats and reforms at her intended destination, taking reduced damage from the attack and none of the knockback.
30th Aug '16 11:42:12 AM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Naruto}}'' we have Katsuyu, who takes this trope UpToEleven. Not only can she voluntary split into thousands of tiny versions of herself and reform, those who have signed the Slug contract (including Tsunade and Sakura) always summon portions of her. Whereas the Toad and Snake summons have entire families of differently-sized summons, there is only one slug, and she's at least big enough to be summoned at a size equal to other Great Summons, by both Tsunade and Sakura, ''at the same time.''

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* In ''{{Naruto}}'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' we have Katsuyu, who takes this trope UpToEleven. Not only can she voluntary split into thousands of tiny versions of herself and reform, those who have signed the Slug contract (including Tsunade and Sakura) always summon portions of her. Whereas the Toad and Snake summons have entire families of differently-sized summons, there is only one slug, and she's at least big enough to be summoned at a size equal to other Great Summons, by both Tsunade and Sakura, ''at the same time.''
18th Aug '16 2:19:28 PM Tre
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* Similar to Emily from ''Movie/CorpseBride'', an earlier ad for the SciFiChannel had a lady transform into a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiyAoNnZ6B8 swarm of butterflies]].

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* Similar to Emily from ''Movie/CorpseBride'', an earlier ad for the SciFiChannel [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci Fi Channel]] had a lady transform into a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiyAoNnZ6B8 swarm of butterflies]].
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