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9th Feb '16 6:43:32 PM FekketCantenel
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* Tedrin, the villain of ''Literature/EdenGreen'', swings rapidly back and forth between reason and pinprick-eyed insanity. Whenever his human mind checks out and lets the needle symbiote take over, he becomes a nigh-unstoppable killing machine.
1st Feb '16 6:34:09 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* In the ''{{No More Heroes}}'' series, Travis Touchdown is quite out of his mind with the occasional forth wall breaking. It's in the second game that it becomes a power, using his sexual complexes and anger to fuel him in battle and enter super forms, including ''turning into a tiger.'' Being sexually attracted to moe designed characters and having a recently killed friend does some weird things to a man.
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* In the ''{{No More Heroes}}'' ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' series, Travis Touchdown is quite out of his mind with the occasional forth wall breaking. It's in the second game that it becomes a power, using his sexual complexes and anger to fuel him in battle and enter super forms, including ''turning into a tiger.'' Being sexually attracted to moe designed characters and having a recently killed friend does some weird things to a man.
8th Jan '16 1:23:17 AM TheKaizerreich
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* Parsee Mizuhashi, the [[TrollBridge bridge-haunting]] GreenEyedMonster of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}: Subterranean Animism'', is explicitly stated in-game to have powers fueled by her jealous rage. There's a reason it's called the "Bridge People No Longer Cross".
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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' has a few: ** Parsee Mizuhashi, the [[TrollBridge bridge-haunting]] GreenEyedMonster of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}: Subterranean ''Subterranean Animism'', is explicitly stated in-game to have powers fueled by her jealous rage. There's a reason it's called the "Bridge People No Longer Cross".Cross". ** Clownpiece takes this trope even more literal, since she's a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lampad Lampad]] who carries a torch that drives everyone even just near it completely insane. This insanity coupled with her own purification by her boss' friend Junko made her absurdly powerful and difficult to deal with even by Touhou's NintendoHard standards.
9th Dec '15 3:23:36 AM jormis29
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* Peter Milligan's ShadeTheChangingMan is the prime example of the RealityWarper ("forge what you need on the smithy of your soul".) He began merely poetic, and therefore only insane to his native culture, so he was able to survive being flung through the Area of Madness relatively insane. With time on Earth, he got much madder.
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* Peter Milligan's ShadeTheChangingMan ''ComicBook/ShadeTheChangingMan'' is the prime example of the RealityWarper ("forge what you need on the smithy of your soul".) He began merely poetic, and therefore only insane to his native culture, so he was able to survive being flung through the Area of Madness relatively insane. With time on Earth, he got much madder.
6th Dec '15 1:37:39 PM permeakra
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* From the {{Nightside}}, there is the one known as Madman, who was driven mad by perceiving the truth underlying reality? He's a dangerously powerful RealityWarper whose hallucinations manifest around him. Most notable is that he's accompanied by his own personal soundtrack. The other one is Jessica Sorrow the Unbeliever, who thinks that everything is just her hallucination and everyone is just another voice in her head. She tears heavy doors like paper, and anyone she find a nuisance disappear.
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* From the {{Nightside}}, there is the one known as Madman, who was driven mad by perceiving the truth underlying reality? He's a dangerously powerful RealityWarper whose hallucinations manifest around him. Most notable is that he's accompanied by his own personal soundtrack. The other one is Jessica Sorrow the Unbeliever, who thinks that everything is just her hallucination and everyone is just another voice in her head. She tears heavy doors like paper, and anyone she find finds a nuisance disappear.
6th Dec '15 1:32:30 PM permeakra
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* From the {{Nightside}}, there is the one known as Madman, who was driven mad by perceiving the truth underlying reality? He's a dangerously powerful RealityWarper whose hallucinations manifest around him. Most notable is that he's accompanied by his own personal soundtrack. The other one is Jessica Sorrow the Unbeliever, who thinks that everything is just her hallucination and everyone is just another voice in her head. Just focusing her unbelief, she can unmake anything.
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* From the {{Nightside}}, there is the one known as Madman, who was driven mad by perceiving the truth underlying reality? He's a dangerously powerful RealityWarper whose hallucinations manifest around him. Most notable is that he's accompanied by his own personal soundtrack. The other one is Jessica Sorrow the Unbeliever, who thinks that everything is just her hallucination and everyone is just another voice in her head. Just focusing her unbelief, She tears heavy doors like paper, and anyone she can unmake anything.find a nuisance disappear.
27th Nov '15 6:27:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''TabletopGame/DontRestYourHead'', a system where you become more powerful the longer you haven't slept. Indeed, your insomnia grants you "madness powers" which can be used to warp the world around you as you see fit. One of the examples in the sourcebook is the madness power of preparedness, where, if you activate it to a certain degree, you can have "conveniently" happened to have picked up the combination to a vault you are just now getting to. And then there's [[ScarletWitch probability]].
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* ''TabletopGame/DontRestYourHead'', a system where you become more powerful the longer you haven't slept. Indeed, your insomnia grants you "madness powers" which can be used to warp the world around you as you see fit. One of the examples in the sourcebook is the madness power of preparedness, where, if you activate it to a certain degree, you can have "conveniently" happened to have picked up the combination to a vault you are just now getting to. And then there's [[ScarletWitch [[ComicBook/ScarletWitch probability]].
19th Nov '15 6:15:21 PM BattleMaster
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' this is partly why Galvatron was so much more feared than Megatron. Megs might have been an evil GalacticConqueror, but Galvatron was a complete lunatic who had none of Megatron's self-restraint.
19th Nov '15 6:11:17 PM BattleMaster
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* [[TokenEvilTeammate Whirl]] of ComicBook/TheTransformers does this on purpose: specifically, he's (mostly) rational but deliberately acts insane (or deliberately makes himself insane, nobody can really tell) in combat. His behavior makes him feared by Decepticons and Autobots alike.
10th Nov '15 11:55:33 AM GhostLad
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** What's more, the efficiency of a cape's powers are directly linked to how close their mindset is to when they first triggered. This means that a cape will be notably more powerful when being retraumatized than when healthy and well-adjusted.
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