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21st Jun '16 4:59:11 PM SiegfreidZ
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** It's often so important that entire rituals (again, like weddings) have been created around the presentation and clasping of a collar, and usually tailored individually to the Dom/sub involved. Such collars are often hand-made and/or custom-ordered. A single collar can hold an amazing amount of significance, and it's not uncommon for the dedicated to have multiple collars, each with a different purposes: training/discipline, standard around-the-house (usually the most significant one, often also the 'playtime' collar), and/or one for public appearances (which is often a bit more 'tasteful' for the general public, such as a common-looking necklace that perhaps locks in the back). Seriously, going into further details, customs, and variations could fill a page.
13th Jun '16 10:19:05 AM Kakai
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* In ''Film/WarCraft2016'', Garona has a slave collar on her neck, as she's pretty much Gul'dan's property. When Taria notices this, she has it removed.
30th May '16 5:13:06 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In TamoraPierce's ''Literature/DaughterOfTheLioness'', all slaves wear metal collars. The collars are enchanted to strangle any slave who goes out of a given range of a member of the owning family. The one exception is [[spoiler:the main character herself,]] who manages to get hers deactivated [[spoiler:on the grounds that she's serving a god.]]

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* In TamoraPierce's Creator/TamoraPierce's ''Literature/DaughterOfTheLioness'', all slaves wear metal collars. The collars are enchanted to strangle any slave who goes out of a given range of a member of the owning family. The one exception is [[spoiler:the main character herself,]] who manages to get hers deactivated [[spoiler:on the grounds that she's serving a god.]]
30th May '16 4:38:39 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Similarly, the Rada'han of ''TheSwordOfTruth'' (the similarity is not accidental) suppresses the magical power of the wearer and can only be removed by another magic user.

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* Similarly, the Rada'han of ''TheSwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/TheSwordOfTruth'' (the similarity is not accidental) suppresses the magical power of the wearer and can only be removed by another magic user.
13th Mar '16 3:28:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* One episode of ''{{Sliders}}'' starts with the crew already stuck in collars, from a dimension that's treated entirely as a NoodleIncident. Fortunately the current dimension has people who can crack them, but the fact that ''[[ShockCollar they will zap you]] [[TruthSerum if you lie]]'' makes explaining them ''that'' much harder.

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* One episode of ''{{Sliders}}'' ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' starts with the crew already stuck in collars, from a dimension that's treated entirely as a NoodleIncident. Fortunately the current dimension has people who can crack them, but the fact that ''[[ShockCollar they will zap you]] [[TruthSerum if you lie]]'' makes explaining them ''that'' much harder.
8th Feb '16 9:50:04 PM DarkHunter
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* Eureka and Anemone in ''Anime/EurekaSeven''. [[spoiler:It becomes important later because the BigBad collared them as part of his EvilPlan to destory the subcorreal; the collars have a virus programed in it.]]

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* Eureka and Anemone in ''Anime/EurekaSeven''. [[spoiler:It becomes important later because the BigBad collared them as part of his EvilPlan to destory the subcorreal; Scub Coral; the collars have a virus programed in it.]]
3rd Feb '16 4:04:25 PM SolipSchism
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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'': Beatrice makes Battler wear one at the end of the second arc, when he (temporarily) submits to her. It never happens to Beatrice herself though − the trope image is a fanart.

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'': Beatrice makes Battler wear one at the end of the second arc, when he (temporarily) submits to her. It never happens to Beatrice herself though − the trope image is a fanart.
24th Jan '16 10:01:25 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': The collar around the slaves' necks contains a bomb. Should the slave try to run away, the collar will explode, severely wounding (If not outright killing) the poor guy/girl. Only the slave's master (Or a real badass) can remove them safely. To add insult to injury, most slaves seen in the series are owned by the [[AristocratsAreEvil World Nobles]], horrible jackasses who are completely above the law.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': The collar around the slaves' necks contains a bomb. Should the slave try to run away, the collar will explode, severely wounding (If not outright killing) the poor guy/girl. Only the slave's master (Or a real badass) can remove them safely. There's also a [[PowerNullifier Seastone version]] for Devil Fruit users. To add insult to injury, most slaves seen in the series are owned by the [[AristocratsAreEvil World Nobles]], horrible jackasses who are completely above the law.
26th Dec '15 4:39:14 PM Menarker
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* Kin the Yuan-Ti in ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' has a magical leash and collar; when the leash is held, it prevents her from violent acts. Although she is now free from slavery, she has not yet been able to remove the collar.

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* Kin the Yuan-Ti in ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' has a magical leash and collar; when the leash is held, it prevents her from violent acts. It is also implied by her captor to be the variety that explodes if tampered with (Kin suspects this to be a lie to keep her docile but doesn't want to risk it might be true). Although she is now free from slavery, she has not yet been able to remove the collar.collar due to not having found a reliable way to remove the leash without the possibility of it exploding.
26th Dec '15 4:33:51 PM Menarker
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** However, no law required slaves to wear collars and they generally weren't highly visible. The Romans were vary about marking their slaves in an obvious way out of fear that they would unite in rebellion if they saw how many they were.

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** However, no law required slaves to wear collars and they generally weren't highly visible. The Romans were vary wary about marking their slaves in an obvious way out of fear that they would unite in rebellion if they saw how many they were.
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