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4th May '16 9:07:47 PM Adept
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* ''Manga/WChange'' both inverts this, then plays it straight. Maki's two personalities used to be one entity -- with the "light" side representing her happiness and joy and the "dark" sight representing her anger and sorrow, but they diverged into two separate beings at some point. Later, the personalities merged back together, allowing Maki to switch between her two sides at whim.
5th Apr '16 11:34:47 AM TheCuza
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* In the ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' [[DownloadableContent DLC]] ''Dead Money'', with a high enough Speech skill you can do this to God/Dog to deal with him peacefully at the end, with the new identity forgetting all that has happened to him. Notably, if you were nice to them previously, Dog will regretfully say that he doesn't want this to happen because [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe it will mean forgetting you]].

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* In the The ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' [[DownloadableContent DLC]] ''Dead Money'', Money'' has Dog and God, a Nightkin with two personalities: the dumb, friendly, always-loyal, always-hungry [[MeaningfulName Dog]]; and the cold, calculating, intelligent, {{Jerkass}} ControlFreak [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold with a high enough Speech skill heart of gold]] [[MeaningfulName God]]. Essentially, they are the Id and Superego of one single personality, and eventually you can do this to God/Dog to deal with him peacefully at have the end, with option of merging the new identity forgetting all that has happened to him. Notably, if two personalities into one, or have either Dog or God [[SplitPersonalityTakeover take over completely]]. If you were nice to them previously, merge the two, Dog and God will regretfully finally put aside their differences for a brief moment to say that thanks and goodbye to you before merging. The merged personality has no memories at all, but has a vague feeling like you've helped him, even though he doesn't want this to happen because [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe it will mean forgetting you]].know who the hell you are.
5th Feb '16 8:57:19 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': An unusual example, in that it stems from SharingABody rather than SplitPersonalities. Gems can [[FusionDance "fuse"]] together into one individual that is much bigger and stronger than the sum of its parts, and combines attributes of both. A new mind/personality is also created that is independent of the component's minds, though has attributes from both. Initially, this new personality coexists with the originals in a confused MindHive fashion, but if they're fused for long enough, the composite personality [[SplitPersonalityTakeover becomes strongly dominant and the originals nearly disappear]]. [[spoiler: Garnet]] plays the trope fairly straight in that she is indeed a much more well-rounded person than either of her components. Amethyst and Garnet's fusion Sugilite, however, was actually much more crazy and dangerous compared to either of her components, and refused to split until Pearl knocked her out. [[spoiler: Jasper and Lapis]] being consumed by Malachite is also shown as a bad thing, given that Malachite is a horrible monster and [[MadeOfEvil the living embodiment of their mutual hate for one another]], and that one the components getting subsumed was a sympathetic character in her own right.
29th Jan '16 11:02:22 PM BURGINABC
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': An unusual example, which is not always portrayed as a good thing. Gems can [[FusionDance "fuse"]] together into one individual that is much bigger and stronger than the sum of its parts, and combines attributes of both. A new mind/personality is also created that is independent of the component's minds, though has attributes from both. Initially, this new personality coexists with the originals in a confused MindHive fashion, but if they're fused for long enough, the composite personality [[SplitPersonalityTakeover becomes strongly dominant and the originals nearly disappear]]. [[spoiler: Garnet]] plays the trope fairly straight in that she is indeed a much more well-rounded person than either of her components. Amethyst and Garnet's fusion Sugilite, however, was actually crazy and dangerous compared to either of her components, and refused to split until Pearl knocked her out. [[spoiler: Jasper and Lapis]] being consumed by Malachite is also shown as a bad thing, given that Malachite is a horrible monster and [[MadeOfEvil the living embodiment of their mutual hate for one another]], and that one the components getting subsumed was a sympathetic character in her own right.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': An unusual example, which is not always portrayed as a good thing.in that it stems from SharingABody rather than SplitPersonalities. Gems can [[FusionDance "fuse"]] together into one individual that is much bigger and stronger than the sum of its parts, and combines attributes of both. A new mind/personality is also created that is independent of the component's minds, though has attributes from both. Initially, this new personality coexists with the originals in a confused MindHive fashion, but if they're fused for long enough, the composite personality [[SplitPersonalityTakeover becomes strongly dominant and the originals nearly disappear]]. [[spoiler: Garnet]] plays the trope fairly straight in that she is indeed a much more well-rounded person than either of her components. Amethyst and Garnet's fusion Sugilite, however, was actually much more crazy and dangerous compared to either of her components, and refused to split until Pearl knocked her out. [[spoiler: Jasper and Lapis]] being consumed by Malachite is also shown as a bad thing, given that Malachite is a horrible monster and [[MadeOfEvil the living embodiment of their mutual hate for one another]], and that one the components getting subsumed was a sympathetic character in her own right.
26th Jan '16 8:11:17 PM BURGINABC
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': An unusual example, which is not always portrayed as a good thing. Gems can [[FusionDance "fuse"]] together into one individual that is much bigger and stronger than the sum of its parts, and combines attributes of both. A new mind/personality is also created that is independent of the component's minds, though has attributes from both. Initially, this new personality coexists with the originals in a confused MindHive fashion, but if they're fused for long enough, the composite personality [[SplitPersonalityTakeover becomes strongly dominant and the originals nearly disappear]]. [[spoiler: Garnet]] plays the trope fairly straight in that she is indeed a much more well-rounded person than either of her components. Amethyst and Garnet's fusion Sugilite, however, was actually crazy and dangerous compared to either of her components, and refused to split until Pearl knocked her out. [[spoiler: Jasper and Lapis]] being consumed by Malachite is also shown as a bad thing, given that Malachite is the living embodiment of their mutual hate for one another, and that one the components getting subsumed was a sympathetic character in her own right.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': An unusual example, which is not always portrayed as a good thing. Gems can [[FusionDance "fuse"]] together into one individual that is much bigger and stronger than the sum of its parts, and combines attributes of both. A new mind/personality is also created that is independent of the component's minds, though has attributes from both. Initially, this new personality coexists with the originals in a confused MindHive fashion, but if they're fused for long enough, the composite personality [[SplitPersonalityTakeover becomes strongly dominant and the originals nearly disappear]]. [[spoiler: Garnet]] plays the trope fairly straight in that she is indeed a much more well-rounded person than either of her components. Amethyst and Garnet's fusion Sugilite, however, was actually crazy and dangerous compared to either of her components, and refused to split until Pearl knocked her out. [[spoiler: Jasper and Lapis]] being consumed by Malachite is also shown as a bad thing, given that Malachite is a horrible monster and [[MadeOfEvil the living embodiment of their mutual hate for one another, another]], and that one the components getting subsumed was a sympathetic character in her own right.
26th Jan '16 8:07:18 PM BURGINABC
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*''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': An unusual example, which is not always portrayed as a good thing. Gems can [[FusionDance "fuse"]] together into one individual that is much bigger and stronger than the sum of its parts, and combines attributes of both. A new mind/personality is also created that is independent of the component's minds, though has attributes from both. Initially, this new personality coexists with the originals in a confused MindHive fashion, but if they're fused for long enough, the composite personality [[SplitPersonalityTakeover becomes strongly dominant and the originals nearly disappear]]. [[spoiler: Garnet]] plays the trope fairly straight in that she is indeed a much more well-rounded person than either of her components. Amethyst and Garnet's fusion Sugilite, however, was actually crazy and dangerous compared to either of her components, and refused to split until Pearl knocked her out. [[spoiler: Jasper and Lapis]] being consumed by Malachite is also shown as a bad thing, given that Malachite is the living embodiment of their mutual hate for one another, and that one the components getting subsumed was a sympathetic character in her own right.
10th Oct '15 4:48:49 PM nombretomado
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* The Green Goblin has undergone this after his 1996 comeback, the Goblin previously veering between being an outright SplitPersonality of {{Norman Osborn}}, a psychotic break from reality and the power fantasy of an unstable CorruptCorporateExecutive who just won the SuperpowerLottery. Naturally, the amalgation of a mentally ill white collar criminal with his homicidal maniac alternate persona did not exactly make things better- the new Norman Osborn was a MagnificentBastard who developed particularly twisted views on his emnity with Franchise/SpiderMan and graduated from millionaire industrialist to head of S.H.I.E.L.D. (because HumansAreMorons). Recently, the Goblin has shown signs of making a comeback, in the form of delusions and homicidal mania.

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* The Green Goblin has undergone this after his 1996 comeback, the Goblin previously veering between being an outright SplitPersonality of {{Norman ComicBook/{{Norman Osborn}}, a psychotic break from reality and the power fantasy of an unstable CorruptCorporateExecutive who just won the SuperpowerLottery. Naturally, the amalgation of a mentally ill white collar criminal with his homicidal maniac alternate persona did not exactly make things better- the new Norman Osborn was a MagnificentBastard who developed particularly twisted views on his emnity with Franchise/SpiderMan and graduated from millionaire industrialist to head of S.H.I.E.L.D. (because HumansAreMorons). Recently, the Goblin has shown signs of making a comeback, in the form of delusions and homicidal mania.
6th Oct '15 10:02:35 PM timotaka
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* Death's Head II gained independence after the Minion cyborg assimilated the minds of 105 of the most deadly minds in the universe, only to have its last target (the original ComicBook/DeathsHead) take over its programming and form a gestalt personality.

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* Death's Head ComicBook/DeathsHead II gained independence after the Minion cyborg assimilated the minds of 105 of the most deadly minds in the universe, only to have its last target (the original ComicBook/DeathsHead) take over its programming and form a gestalt personality.
4th Jul '15 9:39:28 AM VulpesLiska
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* The goal of the Multiple Men in ''TabletopGame/BleakWorld''. Unlike most [[GoneHorriblyWrong Experiments, the Multiple Men would rather live with their personalities than silence them and have various methods of getting along.

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* The goal of the Multiple Men in ''TabletopGame/BleakWorld''. Unlike most [[GoneHorriblyWrong Experiments, Experiments]], the Multiple Men would rather live with their personalities than silence them and have various methods of getting along.
4th Jul '15 9:38:55 AM VulpesLiska
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* The goal of the Multiple Men in ''TabletopGame/BleakWorld''. Unlike most [[GoneHorriblyWrong Experiments, the Multiple Men would rather live with their personalities than silence them and have various methods of getting along.
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