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8th Aug '17 12:58:48 PM N1KF
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* Surprisingly enough. The Franchise/{{Kirby}} series has its interpretation of souls usually as the Final or Bonus bosses of there games. The antagonists usually unleashing all there power in order at one final attempt. Usually left up for interpretation in most of the games, but given a chilling light in Planet Robobot, having the main antagonists soul absorbed and erased from existence.

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* Surprisingly enough. The Franchise/{{Kirby}} series has its interpretation of souls usually as the Final or Bonus bosses {{Final Boss}}es of there games. The their games--the antagonists usually after being defeated once unleashing all there their power in order at one final attempt. Usually left Left up for interpretation in most of the games, but given a chilling light in ''[[VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot Planet Robobot, Robobot]]'', by having the main antagonists [[spoiler:Haltmann]]'s soul absorbed and [[spoiler:absorbed into his powerful machine Star Dream before]] getting [[DeaderThanDead erased from existence.existence]].
28th Jul '17 7:04:33 AM Ynneadwraith
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** The Eldar are stated to have particularly strong souls that retain consciousness after death, which is particularly horrifying as upon death their souls are torn apart and devoured by an Eldritch Abomination of their own creation.

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** The Eldar are stated to have particularly strong souls that retain consciousness after death, which is particularly horrifying as upon death their souls are promptly torn apart and devoured by an Eldritch Abomination of their own creation.
28th Jul '17 7:03:10 AM Ynneadwraith
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*** The Tau DO have souls, they're just very small and weak compared to the souls of other races.

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*** The Tau DO have souls, they're just very small and weak compared souls. They are described as psychically 'Blunt' as opposed to the souls of other races.'Blank', meaning they have a minimal warp presence/soul.


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** The Eldar are stated to have particularly strong souls that retain consciousness after death, which is particularly horrifying as upon death their souls are torn apart and devoured by an Eldritch Abomination of their own creation.
23rd Jul '17 8:51:04 PM PaulA
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* [[GlamourFailure You lose]] your [[TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf reflection]].

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* [[GlamourFailure [[MissingReflection You lose]] lose your [[TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf reflection]].
11th Jul '17 7:52:42 AM Doug86
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* In [[Creator/CSLewis Lewis']] ''TheGreatDivorce'', on the other hand, souls in Hell (which looks like [[spoiler:an English industrial town on a perpetually cold and rainy evening]]), isolate themselves there out of refusal to give up some single vital facet of their self, becoming a twisted, damaged version of their former personality. ''Divorce'' plays with the idea that souls can leave Hell of their own will (in which case it will merely have been Purgatory), if they have not placed themselves beyond redemption -- it can be difficult to tell if a person has crossed the line. (A "Solid Person" who has made it to heaven questions whether a woman whose fate is up for grabs is still a grumbler, or merely a grumble going on and on mechanically.)

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* In [[Creator/CSLewis Lewis']] ''TheGreatDivorce'', ''Literature/TheGreatDivorce'', on the other hand, souls in Hell (which looks like [[spoiler:an English industrial town on a perpetually cold and rainy evening]]), isolate themselves there out of refusal to give up some single vital facet of their self, becoming a twisted, damaged version of their former personality. ''Divorce'' plays with the idea that souls can leave Hell of their own will (in which case it will merely have been Purgatory), if they have not placed themselves beyond redemption -- it can be difficult to tell if a person has crossed the line. (A "Solid Person" who has made it to heaven questions whether a woman whose fate is up for grabs is still a grumbler, or merely a grumble going on and on mechanically.)
8th Jul '17 10:47:53 PM intastiel
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* ''Webcomic/AwfulHospital'' doesn't have "souls" per se, but the thing that makes a person a person is a "[[http://www.bogleech.com/awfulhospital/458.html concept core]]". It "doesn't exist and is not real", but makes itself exist nonetheless through one or more bodies in {{the Multiverse}}-esque Perception Range, perpetuating itself by perceiving and being perceived. Humans are seen as pitiably limited by having their cores tethered to individual, transient bodies, rather than to an arbitrary number of alternate-universe manifestations like most perceptoids.
16th Jun '17 5:47:37 PM SomberCaelifera
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* In ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space 9]]'': ''Once more unto the breech'' Kor is sent on a suicide mission and promises to convey Worf's greetings to Jadzia in [[WarriorHeaven Sto'Vo'Kor]]. While Ezri is back at Deep Space 9 chatting in Quark's Bar. Which makes one wonder. What does happen to the souls of a Trill's previous hosts?

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* In ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space 9]]'': ''Once more unto the breech'' "Once More Unto The Breach" Kor is sent on a suicide mission and promises to convey Worf's greetings to Jadzia in [[WarriorHeaven Sto'Vo'Kor]]. While Ezri is back at Deep Space 9 chatting in Quark's Bar. Which makes one wonder. What does happen to the souls of a Trill's previous hosts?
30th May '17 9:48:13 PM Daedalis
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* When a Passenger is split from its body in ''ComicBook/{{Revival}}'' the resulting reviver gains a HealingFactor and limited {{Telepathy}} but loses emotional connections. If they are reunited they combust, leaving nothing.
25th May '17 9:47:33 PM Az_Tech341
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How does the mind work? Is it contained entirely in the brain, or is there something more? Whichever it is, the "something more" is generally referred to as a soul. However, as something that is by definition intangible, there hasn't been much agreement on what it is that a soul actually ''does''. Is it essential for life, or can a person live on without it? What exactly does it give you, life, or wisdom, or will, or morality? Does it have weight? What happens if it's [[YourSoulIsMine stolen]] or [[DealWithTheDevil sold]]? Is it an {{Energy Being|s}}? [[IsItSomethingYouEat Does it taste like strawberries or chocolate]]?

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How does the mind work? Is it contained entirely in the brain, or is there something more? Whichever it is, the "something more" is generally referred to as a soul. However, as something that is by definition intangible, there hasn't been much agreement on what it is that a soul actually ''does''. Is it essential for life, or can a person live on without it? What exactly does it give you, you - life, or wisdom, or will, or morality? Does it have weight? What happens if it's [[YourSoulIsMine stolen]] or [[DealWithTheDevil sold]]? Is it an {{Energy Being|s}}? [[IsItSomethingYouEat Does it taste like strawberries or chocolate]]?



* Any of the above, with the additional addendum: [[GhostInTheMachine your consciousness goes wherever your soul is.]] (and whether that's a ghost or glowing ball of light is a whole different story.) Meanwhile your body/shell may show the previous symptoms.

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* Any of the above, with the additional addendum: [[GhostInTheMachine your consciousness goes wherever your soul is.]] is]] (and whether that's a ghost or glowing ball of light is a whole different story.) story). Meanwhile your body/shell may show the previous symptoms.



* Whether a soul can ''eat'' another one (common with various [[SoulEating soul eating]] demons and villains). Usually, this is done to gain more LifeEnergy or to gain a (very evil) powerup.

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* Whether a soul can ''eat'' another one (common with various [[SoulEating soul eating]] demons and villains). Usually, this is done to gain more LifeEnergy or to gain a (very evil) powerup.power-up.
13th May '17 12:06:25 PM nombretomado
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* One of the few coherent and understandable portions of ''LimboOfTheLost'' involves souls. Those who end up in Limbo receive their souls in a vial, and are responsible for keeping it safe. There's a legend, however, that someone who can claim seven souls by any means can escape Limbo, which causes a bit of havoc. Briggs is unusual as, being a living person thrown into Limbo by outside intervention, his soul is ''inside his body''.

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* One of the few coherent and understandable portions of ''LimboOfTheLost'' ''VideoGame/LimboOfTheLost'' involves souls. Those who end up in Limbo receive their souls in a vial, and are responsible for keeping it safe. There's a legend, however, that someone who can claim seven souls by any means can escape Limbo, which causes a bit of havoc. Briggs is unusual as, being a living person thrown into Limbo by outside intervention, his soul is ''inside his body''.
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