History Main / SlaveBrand

16th Feb '18 9:38:05 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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'''[[TheAtoner Teal'c]]:''' It symbolizes slavery. Under false gods.\\

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'''[[TheAtoner Teal'c]]:''' '''Teal'c:''' It symbolizes slavery. Under false gods.\\



** This only applied to male slaves, however; women didn't get such luxury. That said, Hebrew slaves who were already married were freed along with their wife. If it happened after they were enslaved, however, this led to the situation above (and very well may have been deliberately arranged by some owners [[GenreSavvy to retain their slaves for life]]).

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** This only applied to male slaves, however; women didn't get such luxury. That said, Hebrew slaves who were already married were freed along with their wife. If it happened after they were enslaved, however, this led to the situation above (and very well may have been deliberately arranged by some owners [[GenreSavvy to retain their slaves for life]]).life).
16th Feb '18 9:37:38 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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'''[[TheAtoner Teal'c]]:''' It symbolizes slavery. [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Under false gods]].\\

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'''[[TheAtoner Teal'c]]:''' It symbolizes slavery. [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien Under false gods]].gods.\\
9th Jan '18 8:15:37 PM PreciousTerrestrials
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* Immortan Joe from ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' has his symbol branded on the napes of his subjects' necks. Max himself narrowly escapes the procedure.
4th Jan '18 9:01:11 AM DragonQuestZ
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* ''Webcomic/BoundAdventures'': Princess Irina is captured by pirates in one story, and she recognizes that the captain is an escaped slave, as she has the Boundarian symbol burned on her skin.
28th Dec '17 6:58:23 PM erforce
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* In the ''Film/{{Blade}}'' films, vampire familiars ([[VampireVannabe human servants]]) have the glyph of the vampire who owns them tattooed on their body.

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* In the ''Film/{{Blade}}'' films, ''Film/BladeTrilogy'', vampire familiars ([[VampireVannabe human servants]]) have the glyph of the vampire who owns them tattooed on their body.



* The tattoo number of a Nazi concentration camp Magneto from ''Film/XMen'' carries upon his forearm, which he has brought attention towards to serve as a reminder for human cruelty.

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* The tattoo number of a Nazi concentration camp Magneto from ''Film/XMen'' ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'' carries upon his forearm, which he has brought attention towards to serve as a reminder for human cruelty.



* In the {{Film/Apocalypse}} film series movies ''Revelation'' and ''Tribulation'', the MarkOfTheBeast resembles this, while in ''Judgment'' it is a coin-sized tattoo.

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* In the {{Film/Apocalypse}} ''{{Film/Apocalypse}}'' film series movies ''Revelation'' and ''Tribulation'', the MarkOfTheBeast resembles this, while in ''Judgment'' it is a coin-sized tattoo.
24th Nov '17 6:45:25 AM Racoon7
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* The numbers tattooed on the arms of Nazi concentration camp inmates. Not necessarily used to mark them as slaves but to keep track who each one was. Sometimes it determined their classification (besides Jews, a whole host of others were placed in the camps).
** The tattoos were also intended to humiliate, since tattooing wasn't a common practice back then. It was a particular humiliation for Jewish inmates; tattooing is expressly forbidden by Judaism, and even relatively unobservant Jews would have never even considered a tattoo.

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* The numbers tattooed on the arms of Nazi concentration camp inmates. Not necessarily used to mark them as slaves but to keep track who each one was. Sometimes it determined their classification (besides Jews, a whole host of others were placed in the camps).
camps, such as condemned criminals, political prisoners or homosexuals).
** The tattoos were also intended to humiliate, humiliate since tattooing wasn't a common practice back then. It was a particular humiliation for Jewish inmates; tattooing is expressly forbidden by Judaism, and even relatively unobservant Jews would have never even considered a tattoo.



** [[RuleOfThree Further]], this didn't apply to foreign slaves-of both sexes. They could be held for life, and inherited as property. Hebrew slaves sold to foreigners, on the other hand, [[DoubleStandard could be redeemed by their family]].

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** [[RuleOfThree Further]], this didn't apply to foreign slaves-of slaves of both sexes. They could be held for life, life and inherited as property. Hebrew slaves sold to foreigners, on the other hand, [[DoubleStandard could be redeemed by their family]].



* Among BDSM lifestylers in a total power exchange relationship, branding is a considered mark and ritual of dedication by both slave and master. Strike branding, using a hot iron, is still preferred by most. Tattoos are sometimes used, if the master has the skill or a particular design that requires inked lines. A cold branding with liquid nitrogen is becoming more popular, as it requires a less practiced hand to get clean, lasting lines, and the result is less prone to infection.

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* Among BDSM lifestylers in a total power exchange relationship, branding is a considered mark and ritual of dedication by both slave and master. Strike branding, using a hot iron, is still preferred by most. Tattoos are sometimes used, used if the master has the skill or a particular design that requires inked lines. A cold branding with liquid nitrogen is becoming more popular, as it requires a less practiced practised hand to get clean, lasting lines, and the result is less prone to infection.
19th Sep '17 4:11:44 AM Acebrock
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* slaves in ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'' have these. It not only shows that they're slaves, but allows their master to control them. One of the origins, Sebille, has her main goal being to remove her slave brand.

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* slaves Slaves in ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'' have these. It not only shows that they're slaves, but allows their master to control them. One of the origins, Sebille, has her main goal being to remove her slave brand.
19th Sep '17 4:11:24 AM Acebrock
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* slaves in ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'' have these. It not only shows that they're slaves, but allows their master to control them. One of the origins, Sebille, has her main goal being to remove her slave brand.
23rd May '17 3:58:02 PM indigoazure
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* Slaves in CarolBerg's ''Literature/RaiKirah'' series are branded with a crossed circle, though many of them can be recognized racially as well. Runaways (and occasionally others) may also be branded on the face.

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* Slaves in CarolBerg's Creator/CarolBerg's ''Literature/RaiKirah'' series are branded with a crossed circle, though many of them can be recognized racially as well. Runaways (and occasionally others) may also be branded on the face.
23rd May '17 3:46:43 PM indigoazure
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* Slaves in CarolBerg's ''RaiKirah'' series are branded with a crossed circle, though many of them can be recognized racially as well. Runaways (and occasionally others) may also be branded on the face.

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* Slaves in CarolBerg's ''RaiKirah'' ''Literature/RaiKirah'' series are branded with a crossed circle, though many of them can be recognized racially as well. Runaways (and occasionally others) may also be branded on the face.
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