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1st Dec '16 3:17:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[{{Badass}} Iori Yagami]] from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' wears one, presumably to symbolize how his blood is tied with the Orochi blood thus whenever Orochi deems it fit, he would dominate Iori's mind and throw him into an UnstoppableRage. After the Orochi arc, however, this is still kept, [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes just for the cool]] and attracting more {{Fangirl}}s than Kyo because [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys chicks dig bad boys like Iori]].

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* [[{{Badass}} Iori Yagami]] Yagami from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' wears one, presumably to symbolize how his blood is tied with the Orochi blood thus whenever Orochi deems it fit, he would dominate Iori's mind and throw him into an UnstoppableRage. After the Orochi arc, however, this is still kept, [[ImpossiblyCoolClothes just for the cool]] and attracting more {{Fangirl}}s than Kyo because [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys chicks dig bad boys like Iori]].
29th Nov '16 8:42:33 AM sgamer82
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* In ''Manga/MahouTsukaiNoYome'', Chise is shown in the first scene shackled and collared at the slave auction. Shortly after purchasing her, Ellias says there is no need for them and dissolves the chains and collar with magic.

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* In ''Manga/MahouTsukaiNoYome'', ''Manga/TheAncientMagusBride'', Chise is shown in the first scene shackled and collared at the slave auction. Shortly after purchasing her, Ellias says there is no need for them and dissolves the chains and collar with magic.
19th Nov '16 8:27:10 PM Fireblood
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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 lead to using the A'dam in the first place... it's not a pretty revelation.]]

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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 Both the master and the victim must have magical potential, and given the culture that lead led to using the A'dam in the first place... it's not a pretty revelation.]]



* Invoked in Creator/HBeamPiper's story "A Slave Is a Slave". A delegation of slaves (they do '''all''' the work) from the newly annexed planet Aditya mistakes Commodore Shatrak of the Galactic Empire's Space Navy for a slave because he wears the Knight's Star of the Order of the Empire on a collar ribbon (they wear slave collars), and he's bald (their heads are shaved). The commodore is '''not''' happy.

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* Invoked {{Invoked}} in Creator/HBeamPiper's story "A Slave Is a Slave". A delegation of slaves (they do '''all''' the work) from the newly annexed planet Aditya mistakes Commodore Shatrak of the Galactic Empire's Space Navy for a slave because he wears the Knight's Star of the Order of the Empire on a collar ribbon (they wear slave collars), and he's bald (their heads are shaved). The commodore is '''not''' happy.
20th Oct '16 5:35:55 PM Dravencour
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Because slave collars are a pretty obvious sign that someone is brainwashed, under MindControl, or, y'know, enslaved, it will often be offensive to TheHero. If the hero has to fight someone wearing a collar, he may target it in the hopes that his opponent is an unwilling thrall of the BigBad.

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Because slave collars are a pretty obvious sign that someone is brainwashed, under MindControl, or, y'know, enslaved, it will often be offensive to TheHero. If the hero has to fight someone wearing a collar, he may target it in the hopes that his opponent is an unwilling thrall of the BigBad.
BigBad and destroying the collar will free them.



** In the anime, Eve reads an Aesop fable which reads "If you put a bell around the neck of a bad cat, he'll become good, and you'll always know where he is." This causes her to take the bell-collar off of a stuffed animal (coincidently a black cat) and try to force it on him. Her distrust was due to the fact that she was once his target, and was sent to kill her. After failing (sorta by choice) on the first attempt, he went after her again, but decided to spare her life and walk away.

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** In the anime, Eve reads an Aesop fable which reads "If you put a bell around the neck of a bad cat, he'll become good, and you'll always know where he is." This causes her to take the bell-collar off of a stuffed animal (coincidently (coincidentally a black cat) and try to force it on him. Her distrust was due to the fact that she was once his target, and was sent to kill her. After failing (sorta by choice) on the first attempt, he went after her again, but decided to spare her life and walk away.
9th Oct '16 5:47:01 PM DarkHunter
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* ''LightNovel/CrestOfTheStars'': All the Barob's maids wear one; just one reason why Lafiel compares them to trained cats.

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* ''LightNovel/CrestOfTheStars'': All the Barob's Baron's maids wear one; just one reason why Lafiel compares them to trained cats.
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.
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