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26th Sep '16 11:17:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* Aleksander and Alison from ''MyLifeInBlue'' have been reincarnated together many times over the ages, brutally dying every time.
* In ''SomethingPositive,'' Silas was a minor character whose one gag (narrating things) proved insufficient to keep the creator from killing him off; he was later showed in {{Hell}}. However, eventually an "Old Familiar Faces" strip showed him alive again as a small child. He's popped up a few other times and is apparently a friend of Mike's son, Shazam. His entry on the cast page sums it up:

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* Aleksander and Alison from ''MyLifeInBlue'' ''Webcomic/MyLifeInBlue'' have been reincarnated together many times over the ages, brutally dying every time.
* In ''SomethingPositive,'' ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive,'' Silas was a minor character whose one gag (narrating things) proved insufficient to keep the creator from killing him off; he was later showed in {{Hell}}. However, eventually an "Old Familiar Faces" strip showed him alive again as a small child. He's popped up a few other times and is apparently a friend of Mike's son, Shazam. His entry on the cast page sums it up:



* ''OffWhite:'' All spirits are shades of gray, except that each species has a single White Spirit and Black Spirit to keep the balance between the other spirits. The White and Black Spirits can be reincarnated, but apparently they also can die a [[CessationOfExistence final death, one in which they don't rejuvenate.]] Apparently being eaten alive is one way for this to happen, going by what Skoll said.

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* ''OffWhite:'' ''Webcomic/OffWhite:'' All spirits are shades of gray, except that each species has a single White Spirit and Black Spirit to keep the balance between the other spirits. The White and Black Spirits can be reincarnated, but apparently they also can die a [[CessationOfExistence final death, one in which they don't rejuvenate.]] Apparently being eaten alive is one way for this to happen, going by what Skoll said.
21st Sep '16 1:12:23 PM BlackSunNocturne
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** ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' also has a prestige class of ''Reincarnation Druid'' in the ''Ultimate Magic'' core expansion. Once reaching level 5, the character will always reincarnate into a different race a day later. He or she will only stay dead if killed again within 7 days of reincarnating.

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** ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' also has a prestige class archetype of druid, called the ''Reincarnation Druid'' in the ''Ultimate Magic'' core expansion. Once reaching level 5, the character will always reincarnate into a different race a day later. He or she will only stay dead if killed again within 7 days of reincarnating.
18th Sep '16 8:25:16 AM Mt
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* The White Haired Girl from ''VisualNovel/TheHouseInFataMorgana'' from each time era is implied to be a reincarnation. [[spoiler: In fact, almost every main character from the first 3 chapters is a reincarnation doomed to misery as a result of the curse Morgana placed on their souls.]]
5th Sep '16 2:08:41 AM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/TheMoonMaid'' trilogy by Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs, the hero of each book is the descendant and reincarnation of the previous: first, the captain of the 21st century space mission that makes contact with the peoples inhabiting the moon; then, a resistance fighter against alien invaders on 22nd century Earth; then, the leader of the force that finally defeats the invaders once and for all in the 25th century; then, in a timey-wimey twist, an American officer in the 20th century who tells the whole story to Burroughs' AuthorAvatar in the FramingDevice. There's a brief hint that his 21st century incarnation's nemesis has a similar condition; during their final confrontation, the bad guy rants that the hero has been thwarting his ambition "all our lives".
20th Aug '16 8:06:32 PM ergeis
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** The very first Megami Tensei (which translates to Reincarnation of the Goddess) game involves a reincarnation of Izanami. In fact, she is the goddess the title is referring to.
13th Aug '16 6:11:03 PM TheCuza
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* A {{CreepyPasta}} titled "An Egg" features someone meeting God announcing that he'll be reincarnated and would be reincarnated as [[spoiler: ''every person who ever lived''.]]

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* A {{CreepyPasta}} titled "An Egg" features someone a man dying and meeting God announcing God, who tells him that he'll be reincarnated and would he will be reincarnated as [[spoiler: ''every person a Chinese peasant girl in 540 AD. After some further questioning, God reveals that [[spoiler:everyone who has ever lived''.]]lived and ever will live are all just different incarnations of this one person]].
13th Aug '16 5:56:00 PM TheCuza
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* Bobby Hill of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' may or may not be the reincarnation of a Buddhist Lama, which evidence heavily leaning towards "may". However, when he heard about the vow of celibacy he would have to take, he purposely failed his second test so he could continue to date Connie. [[spoiler:Except he technically passed that too, but the head monk was nice enough to call it a failure for Bobby's benefit.]]
9th Aug '16 11:35:35 PM PaulA
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* In ''{{Dragaera}}'', reincarnation is a fact of "life." For instance, [[spoiler:Vlad is a reincarnation of Kieron the Conqueror's brother, founder of house Jhereg, and Aliera is a reincarnation of his sister. This has the occasionally useful side-effect of allowing Vlad to use the hereditary amorphia-creation powers of Kieron's family, despite now being a different species.]]

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* In ''{{Dragaera}}'', ''Literature/{{Dragaera}}'', reincarnation is a fact of "life." For instance, [[spoiler:Vlad is a reincarnation of Kieron the Conqueror's brother, founder of house Jhereg, and Aliera is a reincarnation of his sister. This has the occasionally useful side-effect of allowing Vlad to use the hereditary amorphia-creation powers of Kieron's family, despite now being a different species.]]
6th Aug '16 1:08:43 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'': As understood by a machine. If you choose to follow Elohim's directives, the "eternal life" you are given means that [[spoiler: your personality is reset, with those aspects deemed desirable by the simulation preserved and those insufficient being randomly altered]]. All of the bots who left QR messages went through the same process, [[spoiler:except Shepherd, who remained on the tower to help others ascend, and Samsara, who remained on the tower to ''stop'' others from ascending.]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'': As understood by a machine. If you choose to follow Elohim's directives, the "eternal life" you are given means that [[spoiler: your personality and puzzle progress is reset, with those aspects deemed desirable by the simulation preserved and those insufficient being randomly altered]]. All of the bots who left QR messages went through the same process, [[spoiler:except Shepherd, who remained on the tower to help others ascend, and Samsara, who remained on the tower to ''stop'' others from ascending.]]
31st Jul '16 1:35:08 PM nombretomado
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* The original (and current) DCComics ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and Hawkgirl were [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated lovers]]; ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' combined this and UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} science-fiction version by making it unclear whether the memories of past lives were real or caused by a malfunctioning memory-recorder device (though a later episode seemingly implied the former). Recent comics make more of their continual cycle of reincarnation, [[StarCrossedLovers destined to be killed when they find love with each other]] (hence the current versions, knowing this, keep each other at arms' length [[spoiler: not that that seems to have helped]]).

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* The original (and current) DCComics Creator/DCComics ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and Hawkgirl were [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated lovers]]; ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' combined this and UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} science-fiction version by making it unclear whether the memories of past lives were real or caused by a malfunctioning memory-recorder device (though a later episode seemingly implied the former). Recent comics make more of their continual cycle of reincarnation, [[StarCrossedLovers destined to be killed when they find love with each other]] (hence the current versions, knowing this, keep each other at arms' length [[spoiler: not that that seems to have helped]]).
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