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8th Jun '18 12:44:21 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' track "ouroboros -twin stroke of the end-" features one in its background visuals. Furthermore, [[BookEnds the intro of the track is repeated at the end]].

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* The ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' track "ouroboros -twin stroke of the end-" features one in its background visuals. Furthermore, [[BookEnds the intro of the track is repeated at the end]].end]], and yes, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqCcy_P9XGE&t=312s fans have looped it]].
8th Jun '18 12:43:41 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' track "ouroboros -twin stroke of the end-" features one in its background visuals, for obvious reasons. Furthermore, [[BookEnds the intro of the track is repeated at the end]].

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* The ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' track "ouroboros -twin stroke of the end-" features one in its background visuals, for obvious reasons.visuals. Furthermore, [[BookEnds the intro of the track is repeated at the end]].
27th Apr '18 9:48:44 AM nanakiro
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* The anime ''Manga/SoutenKouro'' --adaptation of ''RomanceOfThreeKingdoms'', but instead [[RootingForTheEmpire focusing on Cao Cao]]-- starts with depiction of the ''Ton'', a mega-massive grotesque snake-like/dragon-like/crocodile-like beast that eats the world. When it runs out of things to eat, it begins devouring itself starting from the tail, and eventually it itself ceases to exist along with all that it ate.

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* The anime ''Manga/SoutenKouro'' --adaptation of ''RomanceOfThreeKingdoms'', ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'', but instead [[RootingForTheEmpire focusing on Cao Cao]]-- starts with depiction of the ''Ton'', a mega-massive grotesque snake-like/dragon-like/crocodile-like beast that eats the world. When it runs out of things to eat, it begins devouring itself starting from the tail, and eventually it itself ceases to exist along with all that it ate.
18th Feb '18 7:33:50 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Rhapsodies}}'' the Circle Band's logo consists of the Chinese symbol "Fo" superimposed over an ouroboros

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* In ''{{Rhapsodies}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Rhapsodies}}'' the Circle Band's logo consists of the Chinese symbol "Fo" superimposed over an ouroboros
16th Feb '18 12:09:52 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' track "ouroboros -twin stroke of the end-" features one in its background visuals, for obvious reasons. Furthermore, [[BookEnds the intro of the track is repeated at the end]].
12th Feb '18 9:17:45 PM nombretomado
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* In [[http://tallcomics.com/?id=76 this]] ''UnwindersTallComics'', there's an ouroboros in the panel border art. It's the first hint that this {{metafiction}}al webcomic is doing something amazing.

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* In [[http://tallcomics.com/?id=76 this]] ''UnwindersTallComics'', ''Webcomic/UnwindersTallComics'', there's an ouroboros in the panel border art. It's the first hint that this {{metafiction}}al webcomic is doing something amazing.
26th Jan '18 3:00:27 PM nombretomado
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* ''The Bedlam in Goliath'', the fourth full-length TheMarsVolta album, contains a track named "Ouroborous" that loops back onto a pair of choruses and a series of guitar riffs that WordOfGod has declared to be a reference to this motif. Also fits in with the various weirdness that permeates the album, being as it is based around sayings and events that the band encountered while using an old ouija board they found in Jerusalem, and the string of unpleasant events that they thought were due to a curse from the board.

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* ''The Bedlam in Goliath'', the fourth full-length TheMarsVolta Music/TheMarsVolta album, contains a track named "Ouroborous" that loops back onto a pair of choruses and a series of guitar riffs that WordOfGod has declared to be a reference to this motif. Also fits in with the various weirdness that permeates the album, being as it is based around sayings and events that the band encountered while using an old ouija board they found in Jerusalem, and the string of unpleasant events that they thought were due to a curse from the board.
15th Jan '18 1:34:34 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''LostKingdoms'' has one as a high level mon you can evolve one of your dragons into.

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* ''LostKingdoms'' ''VideoGame/LostKingdoms'' has one as a high level mon you can evolve one of your dragons into.
11th Oct '17 8:26:15 PM JacobBurt
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* [[‘lManga/{{Ouroboros}} In the manga of the same name]], the two main characters together are in the team "Ouroboros", but it have a different depiction: two dragons that bite each others' tails to form an Infinity symbol. This can also be found in one of Tatsuma's one-liners: "There are two dragons in Ouroboros".

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* [[‘lManga/{{Ouroboros}} [[Manga/{{Ouroboros}} In the manga of the same name]], the two main characters together are in the team "Ouroboros", but it have a different depiction: two dragons that bite each others' tails to form an Infinity symbol. This can also be found in one of Tatsuma's one-liners: "There are two dragons in Ouroboros".
11th Oct '17 8:25:24 PM JacobBurt
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* [[‘’Manga/{{Ouroboros}}’’ In the manga of the same name]], the two main characters together are in the team "Ouroboros", but it have a different depiction: two dragons that bite each others' tails to form an Infinity symbol. This can also be found in one of Tatsuma's one-liners: "There are two dragons in Ouroboros".

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* [[‘’Manga/{{Ouroboros}}’’ [[‘lManga/{{Ouroboros}} In the manga of the same name]], the two main characters together are in the team "Ouroboros", but it have a different depiction: two dragons that bite each others' tails to form an Infinity symbol. This can also be found in one of Tatsuma's one-liners: "There are two dragons in Ouroboros".
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