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15th Apr '16 12:12:01 AM Perseus
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* Veran of ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle of Ages]]'' has three OneWingedAngel forms ''beyond'' her true form as an evil fairy, but as they are rather grotesque -- being [[BigCreepyCrawlies giant insects]] [[BeastWithAHumanFace with her face]] -- she's loath to use them until backed into a corner.
29th Mar '16 3:51:35 PM Eievie
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--> -- '''Zarbon''', ''Anime/DragonBallZ''

A Power Upgrading Deformation will make a character or creature much stronger but also make them look at the [[UncannyValley least]] [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman inhuman]] and at the [[BodyHorror worst]] [[EldritchAbomination horrendous]]- and the process isn't likely to be [[PainfulTransformation pleasant]] or [[TransformationHorror pretty]] either.

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--> -- -->-- '''Zarbon''', ''Anime/DragonBallZ''

A Power Upgrading Deformation will make a character or creature much stronger but also make them look at the [[UncannyValley least]] [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman inhuman]] and at the [[BodyHorror worst]] [[EldritchAbomination horrendous]]- and horrendous]]--and the process isn't likely to be [[PainfulTransformation pleasant]] or [[TransformationHorror pretty]] either.



The deformation may be a mix of: permanent (requiring a cure to remove) or temporary (granting a SuperMode), and perfectly stable (no more {{muta|nt}}tions) or continuously changing (risking falling to TheCorruption or PowerDegeneration). Because its effects are so nasty taking it tends to be treated as a GodzillaThreshold, with [[EmergencyTransformation only the direst of situations meriting it]]. Villains like the MadScientist and EvilutionaryBiologist will delight in kidnapping victims to use this on... usually paired with a MindControlDevice of course! [[note]](Can't have a PhlebotinumRebel, now can we?)[[/note]] On the other hand, some villains may [[ProfessorGuineaPig take it themselves]], become a OneWingedAngel and proclaim AGodAmI! Truly, EvilMakesYouMonstrous. Mind the ClippedWingAngel from overdosing.

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The deformation may be a mix of: permanent (requiring a cure to remove) or temporary (granting a SuperMode), and perfectly stable (no more {{muta|nt}}tions) or continuously changing (risking falling to TheCorruption or PowerDegeneration). Because its effects are so nasty taking it tends to be treated as a GodzillaThreshold, with [[EmergencyTransformation only the direst of situations meriting it]]. Villains like the MadScientist and EvilutionaryBiologist will delight in kidnapping victims to use this on... onů usually paired with a MindControlDevice of course! [[note]](Can't have a PhlebotinumRebel, now can we?)[[/note]] On the other hand, some villains may [[ProfessorGuineaPig take it themselves]], become a OneWingedAngel and proclaim AGodAmI! Truly, EvilMakesYouMonstrous. Mind the ClippedWingAngel from overdosing.
25th Feb '16 10:14:02 PM DastardlyDemolition
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** ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock Infinite}}'' has Vigors, later revealed to be derived from early Plasmids. Vigors are drinkable plasmids that give the user powers similar to the first two games and generally serve the same roles with Possession/Hypnotize, Murder of Crows/Insect Swarm, Shock Jockey/Elecro Bolt, etc. Other Tonics introduce new attacks that serve as support in combat like Bucking Bronco[[note]]levitates foes[[/note]], Return to Sender[[note]]pulls in bullets to create an explosive cluster[[/note]], and Undertow[[note]]creates a water tentacle to catch and throw your opponents[[/note]]. All of these warp Booker's hands to match their abilities and they were going to cause people to turn into Vigor Junkies, people who turned into Splicers from excessive ingestion of Vigors but instead of tumorous growths they gained massive crystals growing out of their bones and skin. Characters such as the Zealots of the Lady and Cornelius Slate[[note]]He was intended to be a moderate Vigor Junkie, which explains why he has those growths on his head[[/note]], while early artwork was integrated as Frosty Splicers, who overdosed on the "Old Man Winter" Plasmid.



** ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock Infinite}}'' has Vigors, later revealed to be derived from early Plasmids. Vigors are drinkable plasmids that give the user powers similar to the first two games and generally serve the same roles with Possession/Hypnotize, Murder of Crows/Insect Swarm, Shock Jockey/Elecro Bolt, etc. Other Tonics introduce new attacks that serve as support in combat like Bucking Bronco[[note]]levitates foes[[/note]], Return to Sender[[note]]pulls in bullets to create an explosive cluster[[/note]], and Undertow[[note]]creates a water tentacle to catch and throw your opponents[[/note]]. All of these warp Booker's hands to match their abilities and they were going to cause people to turn into Vigor Junkies, people who turned into Splicers from excessive ingestion of Vigors but instead of tumorous growths they gained massive crystals growing out of their bones and skin. Characters such as the Zealots of the Lady and Cornelius Slate[[note]]He was intended to be a moderate Vigor Junkie, which explains why he has those growths on his head[[/note]], while early artwork was integrated as Frosty Splicers, who overdosed on the "Old Man Winter" Plasmid.
25th Feb '16 10:12:52 PM DastardlyDemolition
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** ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock Infinite}}'' has Vigors, later revealed to be derived from early Plasmids. Vigors are drinkable plasmids that give the user powers similar to the first two games and generally serve the same roles with Possession/Hypnotize, Murder of Crows/Insect Swarm, Shock Jockey/Elecro Bolt, etc. Other Tonics introduce new attacks that serve as support in combat like Bucking Bronco[[note]]levitates foes[[/note]], Return to Sender[[note]]pulls in bullets to create an explosive cluster[[/note]], and Undertow[[note]]creates a water tentacle to catch and throw your opponents[[/note]]. All of these warp Booker's hands to match their abilities and they were going to cause people to turn into Vigor Junkies, people who turned into Splicers from excessive ingestion of Vigors but instead of tumorous growths they gained massive crystals growing out of their bones and skin. Characters such as the Zealots of the Lady and Cornelius Slate[[note]]He was intended to be a moderate Vigor Junkie, which explains why he has those growths on his head[[/note]], while early artwork was integrated as Frosty Splicers, who overdosed on the "Old Man Winter" Plasmid.
24th Jan '16 3:54:49 PM Someoneman
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* Mutating in ''VideoGame/{{Cataclysm}}'' carries this as a downside. Each mutation has a visibility and ugliness rating, and visibly mutated players may have a harder time talking with other survivors.
17th Jan '16 7:55:30 PM FordPrefect
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* In the live action ''Film/StreetFighter'' movie, the project behind creating Blanca is basically an attempt at creating mutant {{Super Soldier}}s and brainwashing them.

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* In the live action ''Film/StreetFighter'' movie, the project behind creating Blanca Blanka is basically an attempt at creating mutant {{Super Soldier}}s and brainwashing them.
14th Jan '16 5:54:38 PM Piando
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* The Zoanoids in ''{{Guyver}}'' are basically mutated humans whose new (revolting) forms are always tailored to give them a specific strength or super attack. [[MonsterLord Zoalords]] are however higher on the BishonenLine and look far less ugly than their underlings.

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* The Zoanoids in ''{{Guyver}}'' ''Manga/{{Guyver}}'' are basically mutated humans whose new (revolting) forms are always tailored to give them a specific strength or super attack. [[MonsterLord Zoalords]] are however higher on the BishonenLine and look far less ugly than their underlings.




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5th Jan '16 11:23:48 PM Vir
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* Dr. N. Brio's appearances in the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series usually involve him drinking [[PsychoSerum mutagen]] and turning into a [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk hulking green monster]] (though by the time of ''Crash: Mind Over Mutant'', it seems like he needs the mutagen to ''keep'' from transforming). [[spoiler:At the end of Mind Over Mutant, Dr. Cortex samples the mutagen himself, with similar results.]]

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* Dr. N. Brio's appearances in the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series usually involve him drinking [[PsychoSerum mutagen]] and turning into a [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk hulking green monster]] (though by the time of ''Crash: Mind Over Mutant'', it seems like he needs the mutagen to ''keep'' from transforming). [[spoiler:At the end of Mind ''Mind Over Mutant, Mutant'', Dr. Cortex samples the mutagen himself, with similar results.]]
6th Dec '15 3:11:46 PM Nohbody
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* The basis for Splicers in the first two ''Franchise/BioShock'' games. Specifically, they were users of a gene-modifying substance called ADAM- and along with the many cosmetic uses that it can be applied to, specially-prepared batches can give the user superpowers in the form of plasmids; unfortunately, abuse of the substance has resulted in addiction, disfiguration, and insanity. The main characters can also suffer a few of the tamer side-effects when they have plasmids equipped: [[PlayingWithFire Incinerate!]] clearly burns the wielder's hand; [[AnIcePerson Winter Blast]] causes icicles to grow through the user's flesh (complete with blood); finally, [[BeeBeeGun Insect Swarm]] results in a mixture of nasty-looking stings across the hand (in Jack's case) or a honeycomb forming out of the palm (in Delta's case).

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* The basis for Splicers in the first two ''Franchise/BioShock'' ''VideoGame/BioShock'' games. Specifically, they were users of a gene-modifying substance called ADAM- and along with the many cosmetic uses that it can be applied to, specially-prepared batches can give the user superpowers in the form of plasmids; unfortunately, abuse of the substance has resulted in addiction, disfiguration, and insanity. The main characters can also suffer a few of the tamer side-effects when they have plasmids equipped: [[PlayingWithFire Incinerate!]] clearly burns the wielder's hand; [[AnIcePerson Winter Blast]] causes icicles to grow through the user's flesh (complete with blood); finally, [[BeeBeeGun Insect Swarm]] results in a mixture of nasty-looking stings across the hand (in Jack's case) or a honeycomb forming out of the palm (in Delta's case).
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