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20th Apr '18 4:46:49 PM Twiddler
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'', Hekapoo can create an army of clones of herself, but they'll disappear if the flames above their heads are blown out.
15th Apr '18 1:41:02 PM DoctorCooper
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* Danton Black aka Multiplex is the villain of the week in the second episode of ''Series/TheFlash2014''. In this case, there is a single "controller", who must be taken down. During the climactic fight, Barry uses his SuperSpeed to locate the one Danton with beads of sweat on him from the exertion of controlling so many copies and slams him into a pillar, knocking out all the copies.

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'':
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Danton Black aka Multiplex is the villain of the week in the second episode of ''Series/TheFlash2014''.episode. In this case, there is a single "controller", who must be taken down. During the climactic fight, Barry uses his SuperSpeed to locate the one Danton with beads of sweat on him from the exertion of controlling so many copies and slams him into a pillar, knocking out all the copies. copies.
** Speedsters with the Speed Force can travel in time to have another version of themselves assist them. It is called a time remnant, but it is a DangerousForbiddenTechnique, since the time remnant has his own autonomy the same memories and the identity of the original but cannot have his life. This was the case with the big bad of Season 3.
12th Feb '18 8:34:18 PM nombretomado
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* In the WearingTheCape books, there are a variety of Redux-type superhumans. Examples include Platoon, who duplicates himself permanently on a regular basis (there are implied to be dozens of him), and the supervillain Flash Mob, who can make 20 or so temporary duplicates.

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* In the WearingTheCape ''Literature/WearingTheCape'' books, there are a variety of Redux-type superhumans. Examples include Platoon, who duplicates himself permanently on a regular basis (there are implied to be dozens of him), and the supervillain Flash Mob, who can make 20 or so temporary duplicates.
2nd Feb '18 9:48:31 PM ironcommando
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* [[MeaningfulName Impfinity]], one of the Zombie Heroes from ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombiesHeroes'' is capable of creating several clones of himself via a device on his chest. His Signature Superpower "Triple Threat" spawns two Impfinity Clones in random lanes.
13th Jan '18 10:23:37 AM AlienPatch
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[[caption-width-right:300:If her name is Penny, does that make them Dimes?]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:If her name is Penny, [[IncrediblyLamePun does that make them Dimes?]]
Dimes]]?]]
10th Dec '17 8:46:48 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Jamie Madrox of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}}, aka Multiple Man, in the MarvelUniverse. If he leaves his duplicates separated for too long, they start to [[LiteralSplitPersonality become more independent and develop their own personalities]]. Sadly making a MesACrowd plot difficult for too long but an EvilTwin incredibly easy.

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* Jamie Madrox of the Comicbook/{{X-Men}}, Comicbook/XMen, aka Multiple Man, in the MarvelUniverse. If he leaves his duplicates separated for too long, they start to [[LiteralSplitPersonality become more independent and develop their own personalities]]. Sadly making a MesACrowd plot difficult for too long but an EvilTwin incredibly easy.
15th Nov '17 5:42:07 PM Delphina
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Sombulus}}'', Tenge Kaedermos has the ability to split into several autonomous copies of himself at will, as well as recombine himself magically. There seems to be no core copy or hivemind, though it is indicated that [[http://sombulus.com/comic/621 a copy will share the same level of energy as the original]]. The Morphids are another group have this ability as well, and can flood an area with [[http://sombulus.com/comic/750 hundreds of copies]] in a zombie-like horde. (Though in their case, it does not appear to be voluntary.)
3rd Nov '17 12:01:39 AM Alvin
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** Multiplex, who 6gets this power as well as superstrength.

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** Multiplex, who 6gets gets this power as well as superstrength.
25th Oct '17 6:52:34 AM infernape612
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* Janus Cascade in ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' revealed his ability to make duplicate bodies of himself, in an attempt [[{{Faking the Dead}} to escape death by the protagonist party]]. Unfortunately for him, [[{{Final Death}} he perished for good shortly thereafter.]]
* Some of the [[spoiler:zombie ponies]] can do this in ''StoryOfTheBlanks''.

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* Janus Cascade in ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' revealed his ability to make duplicate bodies of himself, in an attempt [[{{Faking the Dead}} [[FakingTheDead to escape death by the protagonist party]]. Unfortunately for him, [[{{Final Death}} [[FinalDeath he perished for good shortly thereafter.]]
* Some of the [[spoiler:zombie ponies]] can do this in ''StoryOfTheBlanks''.''VideoGame/StoryOfTheBlanks''.
9th Oct '17 11:21:13 PM intastiel
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* In ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'', the highly advanced "Manifold Presence" spell creates multiple temporary copies of the spellcaster. They can also be made autonomous and can potentially operate anywhere in the world, while sharing their sensory input with the caster.
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