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16th Oct '17 10:43:34 PM Gamermaster
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* [[DarkMagicalGirl Fate]] and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot the personified Book of Darkness]] from ''LyricalNanoha'' wear red belts around their neck as part of their outfit to symbolize the domination that their EvilMatriarch and corrupted programming has over them respectively. [[HeelFaceTurn After they are freed from their respective metaphorical chains]], they continue to wear this as part of their outfit, likely because it also happens [[FetishFuel to look pretty hot]].

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* [[DarkMagicalGirl Fate]] and [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot the personified Book of Darkness]] from ''LyricalNanoha'' ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' wear red belts around their neck as part of their outfit to symbolize the domination that their EvilMatriarch and corrupted programming has over them respectively. [[HeelFaceTurn After they are freed from their respective metaphorical chains]], they continue to wear this as part of their outfit, likely because it also happens [[FetishFuel to look pretty hot]].



* ''Webcomic/{{Collar 6}}'' is ''named'' after this accessory (and "6" refers to one of the protagonists title). Due to the fact that pretty much everyone practices BDSM, collars are pretty much treated like wedding rings.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Collar 6}}'' is ''named'' after this accessory (and "6" refers to one of the protagonists title). Due to the fact that pretty much everyone in the world practices BDSM, collars are pretty much treated like hold the same cultural significance as wedding rings.
23rd Aug '17 7:42:29 PM PaulA
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* When the main characters in Mercedes Lackey/Andre Norton's novel ''[[Literature/TheHalfBloodChronicles Elvenblood]]'' are taken prisoner by the Iron People, they are made to wear iron collars that block their natural magic talents.
** And in ''Elvenbane'', by the same authors, the elves use magical collars to control both their human slaves and elven subordinates.

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* When the main characters in Mercedes Lackey/Andre Norton's novel ''[[Literature/TheHalfBloodChronicles Elvenblood]]'' ''Literature/TheHalfBloodChronicles'':
** When the main characters in ''Literature/{{Elvenblood}}''
are taken prisoner by the Iron People, they are made to wear iron collars that block their natural magic talents.
** And in ''Elvenbane'', by the same authors, In ''Literature/TheElvenbane'', the elves use magical collars to control both their human slaves and elven subordinates.
17th Aug '17 5:49:27 AM Owlorange1995
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* In ''Manga/AkameGaKill'', Esdeath forces Tatsumi into a collar with a chain when she "[[VillainessesWantHeroes claims him]]." Her subordinates think he just looks like a pet now, so Esdeath reluctantly removes it.
23rd Jul '17 2:49:59 AM Piterpicher
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* When the main characters in Mercedes Lackey/Andre Norton's novel ''[[TheHalfBloodChronicles Elvenblood]]'' are taken prisoner by the Iron People, they are made to wear iron collars that block their natural magic talents.

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* When the main characters in Mercedes Lackey/Andre Norton's novel ''[[TheHalfBloodChronicles ''[[Literature/TheHalfBloodChronicles Elvenblood]]'' are taken prisoner by the Iron People, they are made to wear iron collars that block their natural magic talents.
11th Jul '17 5:46:02 AM AceOfScarabs
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* This is very common among submissives in the BDSM community. In fact, the choice of a collar can be comparable to the choice of a wedding ring.

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* This is very common among submissives in the BDSM UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} community. In fact, the choice of a collar can be comparable to the choice of a wedding ring.
11th Jul '17 5:26:14 AM GardenGoblin
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* In ''Literature/AWorldLessVisible'' Ash is initially forced to wear one, then later wears the collar of his rescuer as part of his healing process.
17th Jun '17 5:31:28 AM jormis29
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** Aquila in ''The Lantern Bearers'' and Jestyn in ''Blood Feud'' also wear thrall-rings. For Aquila the scar is a physical reminder of the traumas of enslavement; for Jestyn its removal is when he becomes HeterosexualLifePartners with his erstwhile owner.

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** Aquila in ''The Lantern Bearers'' and Jestyn in ''Blood Feud'' ''Literature/BloodFeud'' also wear thrall-rings. For Aquila the scar is a physical reminder of the traumas of enslavement; for Jestyn its removal is when he becomes HeterosexualLifePartners with his erstwhile owner.
6th Jun '17 9:14:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''HolidayWars'', AprilFoolsDay has a watch attached to his wrist that lets the Easter Bunny control him, as seen [[http://www.th3rdworld.com/web-comic/Holiday-Wars/episode/Holiday-Wars-Episode-41 in this strip]].

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* In ''HolidayWars'', ''Webcomic/HolidayWars'', AprilFoolsDay has a watch attached to his wrist that lets the Easter Bunny control him, as seen [[http://www.th3rdworld.com/web-comic/Holiday-Wars/episode/Holiday-Wars-Episode-41 in this strip]].
31st May '17 8:20:58 PM nombretomado
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* The A'dam of ''TheWheelOfTime'' looks like a leash with collar at one end and a bracelet at the other, and is not only a symbol but also affects direct control over its wearer. Only works on those with magical potential. [[spoiler: Both the master and the victim must have magical potential, and given the culture that led to using the A'dam in the first place... it's not a pretty revelation.]]

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* The A'dam of ''TheWheelOfTime'' ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' looks like a leash with collar at one end and a bracelet at the other, and is not only a symbol but also affects direct control over its wearer. Only works on those with magical potential. [[spoiler: Both the master and the victim must have magical potential, and given the culture that led to using the A'dam in the first place... it's not a pretty revelation.]]
20th May '17 12:16:20 PM Quanyails
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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': A Sitch In Time'': In the future, all the other villains wear shock collars controlled by Shego, now called The Supreme One.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': A "A Sitch In Time'': Time": In the future, all the other villains wear shock collars controlled by Shego, now called The Supreme One.
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