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21st Aug '16 11:10:48 AM nombretomado
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* In ''DomainTnemrot'', this is how the slaves are controlled remotely.
* Slaves usually wear these in ''{{Drowtales}}'' where slavery is just a part of the everyday economy. Liriel was the most notable example of wearing one until recently, even though she was closer to a PrettyFreeloader than an actual slave, which would have entailed taking orders, not spending all the time drunk and so on.

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* In ''DomainTnemrot'', ''Webcomic/DomainTnemrot'', this is how the slaves are controlled remotely.
* Slaves usually wear these in ''{{Drowtales}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' where slavery is just a part of the everyday economy. Liriel was the most notable example of wearing one until recently, even though she was closer to a PrettyFreeloader than an actual slave, which would have entailed taking orders, not spending all the time drunk and so on.
13th Aug '16 2:11:28 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the FiveEpsiodePilot ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'', COBRA uses special headbands, rather than collars, on enslaved citizens (and briefly, Scarlett and Duke) which could act like ShockCollars or even control the wearer like a puppet if it had too. (Duke was subjected to the second effect by Destro in a gladiatorial fight, until Destro found it boring and stopped using it, just to make the fight interesting; the hero was quickly able to mop the floor with his foe on his own.)

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* In the FiveEpsiodePilot FiveEpisodePilot of ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'', COBRA uses special headbands, rather than collars, on enslaved citizens (and briefly, Scarlett and Duke) which could act like ShockCollars {{Shock Collar}}s or even control the wearer like a puppet if it had too. (Duke was subjected to the second effect by Destro in a gladiatorial fight, until Destro found it boring and stopped using it, just to make the fight interesting; the hero was quickly able to mop the floor with his foe on his own.)
13th Aug '16 2:08:35 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the FiveEpsiodePilot ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'', COBRA uses special headbands, rather than collars, on enslaved citizens (and briefly, Scarlett and Duke) which could act like ShockCollars or even control the wearer like a puppet if it had too. (Duke was subjected to the second effect by Destro in a gladiatorial fight, until Destro found it boring and stopped using it, just to make the fight interesting; the hero was quickly able to mop the floor with his foe on his own.)
2nd Aug '16 11:18:58 PM whereismytea
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* In ''Anime/{{Endride}}'', the [[{{Tykebomb}} child assassin]] Mischa wears a collar as a sign of her status. It's unclear whether the collar contributed to the brainwashing or is merely symbolic, but it's destruction by Demetrio is a major step in her reclaiming herself and her independence.

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* In ''Anime/{{Endride}}'', the [[{{Tykebomb}} child assassin]] Mischa wears a collar as a sign of her status. It's unclear whether the collar contributed to the brainwashing or is merely symbolic, but it's its destruction by Demetrio is a major step in her reclaiming herself and her independence.
2nd Aug '16 11:17:57 PM whereismytea
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* In ''Anime/{{Endride}}'', the [[{{Tykebomb child assassin]] Mischa wears a collar as a sign of her status. It's unclear whether the collar contributed to the brainwashing or is merely symbolic, but it's destruction by Demetrio is a major step in her reclaiming herself and her independence.

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* In ''Anime/{{Endride}}'', the [[{{Tykebomb [[{{Tykebomb}} child assassin]] Mischa wears a collar as a sign of her status. It's unclear whether the collar contributed to the brainwashing or is merely symbolic, but it's destruction by Demetrio is a major step in her reclaiming herself and her independence.
2nd Aug '16 11:16:28 PM whereismytea
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* In ''Anime/{{Endride}}'', the [[{{Tykebomb child assassin]] Mischa wears a collar as a sign of her status. It's unclear whether the collar contributed to the brainwashing or is merely symbolic, but it's destruction by Demetrio is a major step in her reclaiming herself and her independence.
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.
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