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26th Jul '17 12:48:36 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* The Abomination in ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' is a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]] that has mutated even his human form into a HumanoidAbomination, but the character in question is afraid that "it" does things behind his back such as eating children or causing mayhem and lives in constant paranoia as a result.
15th Jul '17 9:36:50 AM nombretomado
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** ''[[SonicStoryBookSeries Sonic and the Secret Rings]]'' introduced the Darkspine form, which Sonic transforms into by using the World Rings of [[UnstoppableRage rage]], [[ThePowerOfHate hatred]] and [[AngstNuke sadness]].

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** ''[[SonicStoryBookSeries Sonic and the Secret Rings]]'' ''VideoGame/SonicAndTheSecretRings'' introduced the Darkspine form, which Sonic transforms into by using the World Rings of [[UnstoppableRage rage]], [[ThePowerOfHate hatred]] and [[AngstNuke sadness]].
25th Jun '17 7:37:07 AM VulgarBee
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', we have Kale, a Saiyan from Universe 6. Her "Super Saiyan Beserk" form is just as violent as Broly's Legendary Super Saiyan form. Cabba could barely survive and Caulifla had to bail him out.
22nd Jun '17 3:07:29 PM Triscon42
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** [[spoiler: She's right. When he's in this state he's basically letting his anger and pride control him (something he had often warned others against), lacking the finite control that made him so powerful in the first place and preventing him from tapping into his full powers. Given that this fight is also the first time in the series that we've seen her overpower Kazuma both Verbally and Physically...]]

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** [[spoiler: She's right. When he's in this state he's basically letting his anger and pride control him (something he had often warned others against), lacking the finite control ability and focus that made him so powerful he'd shown in the first place and preventing him from tapping into his full powers. Given that this rest of the series. This fight is also the first time in the series that we've seen her overpower Kazuma both Verbally and Physically...she gets the best of him, first [[WhatTheHellHero calling him out for his behavior]], then landing a solid hit that knocks him off his feet.]]
22nd Jun '17 1:58:32 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** Bucky's Winter Soldier persona functions as this. He's still got the same abilities and skills, the Soldier persona is just much more ruthless and economical.
22nd Jun '17 1:57:23 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* In ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', Harry has a dark side that starts appearing after chapter 50. While not strictly another personality, it's certainly another side of him, and according to Carol (who's had a look inside his mind), like all the experiences that should have screwed him upvhave been locked away in a box in his mind, constituting his dark side. It's [[TranquilFury frighteningly cold]], ruthlessly calculating, and while not explicitly more powerful, Carol describes it as TheUnfettered, while others describe it as being frighteningly reminiscent of a young Magneto. In an early appearance, it led to Harry systematically dismantling the entire Ravenclaw Quidditch team in revenge for the bullying/being complicit in the bullying of Luna Lovegood by DeadlyDodging. Later, it resulted in Harry putting an entire HYDRA assault team at his mercy, crushing their vans, and [[BulletDodgesYou stopping several thousand bullets]] with a couple of waves of his hands, and nearly forcing a PsychicAssistedSuicide after their leader took a child hostage, only being talked down by Jane. Then, a chapter later, it [[spoiler: telekinetically ripped Gravemoss' ribcage open and tore his heart out]], not that it had [[HealingFactor any long term effect]]. Unsurprisingly, [[BestFriend Carol]] [[MoralityChain keeps a close watch on him]], as Harry does on himself, being invariably horrified by what he's done when it sinks in.
** Towards the end of Harry is revealed to have a fragment of [[spoiler: the Phoenix Force]] in him as part of his protection, and the start of ''Ghosts of the Past'' shows that he can tap into it. Considering the already mentioned dark side and that his protection has previously taken him over to protect him, appearing in [[spoiler: the gear of the Dark Phoenix]] and obliterating anything in its way, this is rather worrying - Loki's fear is that that dark side will combine with [[spoiler: the Phoenix fragment]] and turn him into [[spoiler: the Dark Phoenix]], because while the entity behind it is broadly benevolent [[spoiler: or at least, Lily, the White Phoenix of the Crown, is]], the power is a) morally neutral, b) incredibly volatile.

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* In ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', Harry has a dark side that starts appearing after chapter 50. While not strictly another personality, it's certainly another side of him, and according him. According to Carol (who's had a look inside his mind), like all the experiences that should have screwed him upvhave up have been locked away in a box in his mind, constituting his dark side. It's [[TranquilFury frighteningly cold]], ruthlessly calculating, and while not explicitly more powerful, Carol describes it as TheUnfettered, while others describe it as being frighteningly reminiscent of a young Magneto. In an one early appearance, it led to Harry systematically dismantling the entire Ravenclaw Quidditch team in revenge for the bullying/being complicit in the bullying of Luna Lovegood by DeadlyDodging. Lovegood. Later, it resulted in Harry putting an entire HYDRA assault team at his mercy, crushing their vans, and [[BulletDodgesYou stopping several thousand bullets]] with a couple of waves of his hands, mercy and nearly forcing a PsychicAssistedSuicide after their leader took a child hostage, only being talked down by Jane. Then, a chapter later, it led to him [[spoiler: telekinetically ripped ripping Gravemoss' ribcage open and tore tearing his heart out]], not out]] (not that it had [[HealingFactor any long term effect]].effect]]). Unsurprisingly, [[BestFriend Carol]] [[MoralityChain keeps a close watch on him]], as Harry does on himself, being invariably horrified by what he's done when it sinks in.
** Towards the end of Harry the first book, Harry's protection is revealed to have as [[spoiler: a fragment of [[spoiler: the Phoenix Force]] in him as part of his protection, Force]], and the start of ''Ghosts of the Past'' shows that he can tap into it. Considering the already mentioned dark side and that his protection [[spoiler: the Phoenix]] has previously taken him over to protect him, appearing in [[spoiler: the gear of the Dark Phoenix]] Phoenix and obliterating anything destroying everything in its way, way]], this is rather worrying - Loki's fear is that that dark side will combine with [[spoiler: the Phoenix fragment]] and turn him into [[spoiler: the Dark Phoenix]], because while While the entity behind it is broadly benevolent [[spoiler: or at least, Lily, the White Phoenix of the Crown, is]], the power is a) morally neutral, b) incredibly volatile.volatile. As a result, Loki's fear is that that the two will combine and turn him into [[spoiler: the Dark Phoenix]].
15th Jun '17 8:51:14 PM XMenMutant22
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** Sunset Shimmer became a "raging she-demon" after trying to use Princess Twilight's Element of Magic in the first Equestria Girls movie. She's [[HeelFaceTurn immediately remorseful for what she's done]] after being turned back, and in later movies is able to harness the power of the Elements without becoming corrupted thanks to ThePowerOfFriendship.
** At the climax of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'', [[spoiler: Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart transforms into Midnight Sparkle after being pressured into unleashing the magic inside her magic-absorbing amulet. With this power, she blasts open portals to Equestria all over the place, with little regard for the stability for the non-magical human world. She snaps out of it thanks to Sunset Shimmer.]]

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** Sunset Shimmer became in the first film is a "raging she-demon" after trying to use Princess Twilight's nasty person, but she still has limits; she doesn't kill Twilight when she has the chance, and she lets Spike go rather than trade him for the Element of Magic in when she has her chance. When she corrupts herself (with the first Equestria Girls movie.Element of Magic) into a demon form, she has no such limitations and tries to fry Twilight and her friends without a second thought. She's [[HeelFaceTurn immediately remorseful for what she's done]] after being turned back, and in later movies is able to harness the power of the Elements without becoming corrupted thanks to ThePowerOfFriendship.
** At the climax of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'', [[spoiler: Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart transforms into Midnight Sparkle after being pressured into unleashing the magic inside her magic-absorbing amulet. With this power, she blasts open portals to Equestria all over the place, with little regard for the stability for of the non-magical human world. She snaps out of it thanks to Sunset Shimmer.]]
15th Jun '17 6:58:11 PM monkeypizzasonic
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** Sunset Shimmer became a "raging she-demon" after trying to use Princess Twilight's Element of Magic in the first Equestria Girls movie. She's [[HeelFaceTurn immediately remorseful for what she's done]] after being turned back, and in later movies is able to harness the power of the Elements without becoming corrupted thanks to ThePowerOfFriendship.
10th Jun '17 8:26:13 PM Twiddler
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** At the climax of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'' [[spoiler: Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart transforms into Midnight Sparkle after being pressured into unleashing the magic inside her magic-absorbing amulet. With this power, she blasts open portals to Equestria all over the place, with little regard for the stability for the non-magical human world. She snaps out of it thanks to Sunset Shimmer.]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon, a splashing of chemicals prompts good-natured vegetarian Beast Boy to turn into a surly, meat-chomping bad boy who later turns into an anthropomorphic wolfman that was capable of taking on the entire team (as well as another wolfman). Later it's explained that, instead of turning Beast Boy into an actual lycanthrope, the chemicals only unleashed what was already there (which makes no sense considering that [[spoiler: they also changed Adonis]]), and he's given an antidote so that he won't transform against his will. He once again manifests this hidden wild side in a battle against Slade, slicing through a number of his goons before Slade puts a stop to it with his own supercharged powers.
** Interestingly enough, both of the times that Beast Boy assumed this form, he did so in an attempt to protect Raven. Coincidence?
** Possible subversion: It's made quite clear that "Man-Beast" isn't evil, just a really powerful, rather intelligent animal. Like any animal, it becomes hostile when scared, but generally it keeps to its human form's wishes. Beast Boy still expresses concern that it's still inside him at the end of the episode.
** He does seem to have acquired a degree of control over it later on, though he rarely uses it. In its first appearance, though, the Beast is more like [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]]--not evil, but uncontrollable, volatile, and dangerous.

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** At the climax of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'', [[spoiler: Twilight Sparkle's human counterpart transforms into Midnight Sparkle after being pressured into unleashing the magic inside her magic-absorbing amulet. With this power, she blasts open portals to Equestria all over the place, with little regard for the stability for the non-magical human world. She snaps out of it thanks to Sunset Shimmer.]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon, a ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'':
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splashing of chemicals prompts good-natured vegetarian Beast Boy to turn into a surly, meat-chomping bad boy who later turns into an anthropomorphic wolfman that was capable of taking on the entire team (as well as another wolfman). Later it's explained that, instead of turning Beast Boy into an actual lycanthrope, the chemicals only unleashed what was already there (which makes no sense considering that [[spoiler: they also changed Adonis]]), and he's given an antidote so that he won't transform against his will. He once again manifests this hidden wild side in a battle against Slade, slicing through a number of his goons before Slade puts a stop to it with his own supercharged powers.
** Interestingly enough, both of the times that Beast Boy assumed this form, he did so in an attempt to protect Raven. Coincidence?
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powers. Possible subversion: It's made quite clear that "Man-Beast" isn't evil, just a really powerful, rather intelligent animal. Like any animal, it becomes hostile when scared, but generally it keeps to its human form's wishes. Beast Boy still expresses concern that it's still inside him at the end of the episode.
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episode. He does seem to have acquired a degree of control over it later on, though he rarely uses it. In its first appearance, though, the Beast is more like [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]]--not evil, but uncontrollable, volatile, and dangerous.
10th Jun '17 8:05:46 PM Twiddler
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* Hotaru Tomoe from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' has ''two'' other sides. Sailor Saturn and Mistress 9, who nearly destroyed the world.
** Hotaru also subverts this trope. Sailor Saturn's breed of destruction is basically a cosmic ResetButton - albeit one that's only marginally better than outright annihilation. Mistress 9, on the other hand, is desperately weak; the Deathbusters' scheme in the second half of the season boiled down to saving her before she (and Hotaru) curled up and died.

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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'':
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Hotaru Tomoe from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' has ''two'' other sides. Sailor Saturn and Mistress 9, who nearly destroyed the world.
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world. Hotaru also subverts this trope. Sailor Saturn's breed of destruction is basically a cosmic ResetButton - albeit one that's only marginally better than outright annihilation. Mistress 9, on the other hand, is desperately weak; the Deathbusters' scheme in the second half of the season boiled down to saving her before she (and Hotaru) curled up and died.
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