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12th Nov '16 8:43:48 PM Fireblood
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* ''Literature/TalionRevenant'': ''Nekkehts'' are this, as indicated [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin by the book's name]]. They are reanimated using a particular kind of captured soul named ''rhasa'' and can be used for any number of things by whoever controls them. A ''nekkeht'' retains their skills, though not memories, when its body is in good condition.
27th Oct '16 6:39:23 AM Sky123
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*Explanation in first chapter of ''{{Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn}}'' implies that Tsuna has become basically this since he was first shot by Reborn.
20th Oct '16 8:59:46 AM WaxingName
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* A weird heroic example occurs in Part 5 of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' with [[spoiler:Bruno Buccelatti]], who accidentally ends up as a Revenant zombie thanks to some odd Stand powers and his own {{determinat|or}}ion. While he's still the same as before and can even use his stand, he's no longer capable of healing, and he slowly decays over the course of the story until his body finally fails him.

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* A weird heroic example occurs in [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureVentoAureo Part 5 5]] of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' with [[spoiler:Bruno Buccelatti]], who accidentally ends up as a Revenant zombie thanks to some odd Stand powers and his own {{determinat|or}}ion. While he's still the same as before and can even use his stand, he's no longer capable of healing, and he slowly decays over the course of the story until his body finally fails him.
19th Sep '16 10:39:48 AM eroock
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->''Roland searched the continent,\\

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->''Roland ->''"Roland searched the continent,\\



From here to Johannesburg.''
-->'''Artist/WarrenZevon''', 'Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner'

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From here to Johannesburg.''
-->'''Artist/WarrenZevon''', 'Roland
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-->-- '''Artist/WarrenZevon''', "Roland
the Headless Thompson Gunner'
Gunner"
15th Sep '16 2:26:58 AM SomeoneElse17
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* [[Franchise/StreetFighter Charlie Nash]] became this upon his return in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', returning from his presumed death and loss of nearly half his body in his ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 2'' ending. Though he was found and rescued just in time to still have some life left and eventually resume walking about and fighting thanks to the enhancements of a strange skin-grafting recovery operation, he's been written off as dead for a few years and what's left of his natural body for the most part ''is'' physically dead and won't be holding up forever, not to mention his sole desire is to engage in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against [[BigBad M. Bison]] for killing him. [[spoiler:It's then revealed through Urien's prologue story as well as the main cinematic story that he DID actually die and TheIlluminati used a prototype of one of its own projects to temporarily revive him because they want Bison dead as much as he does.]] For all intents and purposes, that "Paradoxical Avenger" title he has now [[MeaningfulName means exactly this trope]].

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* [[Franchise/StreetFighter Charlie Nash]] became this upon his return in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', returning from his presumed death and loss of nearly half his body in his ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 2'' ending. Though he was found and rescued just in time to still have some life left and eventually resume walking about and fighting thanks to the enhancements of a strange skin-grafting recovery operation, he's been written off as dead for a few years and what's left of his natural body for the most part ''is'' physically dead and won't be holding up forever, not to mention his sole desire is to engage in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against [[BigBad M. Bison]] for killing him. [[spoiler:It's then revealed through Urien's prologue story as well as the main cinematic story that he DID actually die and TheIlluminati used a prototype of one of its own projects to temporarily revive him because they want Bison dead as much as he does.]] For all intents and purposes, that "Paradoxical Avenger" title he has now [[MeaningfulName means exactly this trope]]. [[spoiler:Subverted by the fact that Nash still had his own right mind as opposed to acting like a typical zombie; the murderous hatred against Bison was already building even before the incident in which he was killed, and after being shown his own weakness and receiving help from his old friends, his previous calmer persona was restored.]]
31st Jul '16 11:08:29 AM LordGro
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** In ''Laxdoela Saga'', Hrapp turns into a ''draugr'' after death.

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** In ''Laxdoela Saga'', ''Literature/LaxdaelaSaga'', Hrapp turns into a ''draugr'' after death.
27th Jul '16 2:11:57 AM Qube
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:: It should be noted that zombies do not exist in great numbers in ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'', as very few people manage to achieve the level of obsessiveness or bloody-mindedness needed to become one. They're not considered a problem by the living population, although there are prejudices. The novels have featured three zombies as main or recurring characters:

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:: ** It should be noted that zombies do not exist in great numbers in ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'', as very few people manage to achieve the level of obsessiveness or bloody-mindedness needed to become one. They're not considered a problem by the living population, although there are prejudices. The novels have featured three zombies as main or recurring characters:
13th Jul '16 3:08:36 AM TheNerevarine
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* Harald Jaekelsson and his crew in ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor: Vikings]]'' are undead products of a wise man's spell, who cursed them to wander aimlessly for a thousand years. They are [[AxCrazy violent and psychotic]], but no different than they used to be in life.

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* Harald Jaekelsson and his crew in ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor: Vikings]]'' ''ComicBook/ThorVikings'' are undead products of a wise man's spell, who cursed them to wander aimlessly for a thousand years. They are [[AxCrazy violent and psychotic]], but no different than they used to be in life.
10th Jul '16 9:28:24 PM TheNerevarine
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* Harald Jaekelsson and his crew in ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor: Vikings]]'' are undead products of a wise man's spell, who cursed them to wander aimlessly for a thousand years. They are [[AxCrazy violent and psychotic]], but no different than they used to be in life.
9th Jul '16 8:38:10 AM SomeoneElse17
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* [[Franchise/StreetFighter Charlie Nash]] became this upon his return in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', returning from his presumed death and loss of nearly half his body in his ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 2'' ending. Though he was found and rescued just in time to still have some life left and eventually resume walking about and fighting thanks to the enhancements of a strange skin-grafting recovery operation, he's been written off as dead for a few years and what's left of his natural body for the most part ''is'' physically dead and won't be holding up forever, not to mention his sole desire is to engage in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against [[BigBad M. Bison]] for killing him. For all intents and purposes, that "Paradoxical Avenger" title he has now [[MeaningfulName pretty much means this trope]]. [[spoiler:It's then revealed through Urien's prologue story as well as the main cinematic story that he DID actually die and TheIlluminati used a prototype of one of its own projects to temporarily revive him because they want Bison dead as much as he does.]]

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* [[Franchise/StreetFighter Charlie Nash]] became this upon his return in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', returning from his presumed death and loss of nearly half his body in his ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha 2'' ending. Though he was found and rescued just in time to still have some life left and eventually resume walking about and fighting thanks to the enhancements of a strange skin-grafting recovery operation, he's been written off as dead for a few years and what's left of his natural body for the most part ''is'' physically dead and won't be holding up forever, not to mention his sole desire is to engage in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against [[BigBad M. Bison]] for killing him. For all intents and purposes, that "Paradoxical Avenger" title he has now [[MeaningfulName pretty much means this trope]]. [[spoiler:It's then revealed through Urien's prologue story as well as the main cinematic story that he DID actually die and TheIlluminati used a prototype of one of its own projects to temporarily revive him because they want Bison dead as much as he does.]]]] For all intents and purposes, that "Paradoxical Avenger" title he has now [[MeaningfulName means exactly this trope]].
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