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22nd Apr '17 8:40:29 PM Shadoboy
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** The series also has Sweet P Trunks, the adoptive child of Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig. A humanoid kid who is huge in size and also happens to be [[BigBad The Lich]] after being turned into a human with the Blood of The Citadel's guardians. While Sweet P is innocent and loving as any child, The Lich is still somewhere inside him, and if he feels cornered and threatened, he ''will'' take over. [[MindRape The King of Ooo and Toronto learn this the hard way]].
12th Apr '17 2:31:45 PM khalil91
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** Subverted. Stefan Salvatore is a great example of this when becomes the [[Jekyll&Hyde Ripper]].
** Elena Gilbert's non-humanity side is also subverted. Not necessarily different in physical strength, but also much more cold, arrogant, ruthless, and even calculating when that the Salvatore brothers have to keep a sharp eye one her. They did their best trying to bring her back to her old self again. She also happens to be extremely fearless when she's in this phase.
** Even Caroline's is a pretty straight example. She was even more capable of putting her brute strength in use without hesitation, especially when she forced Stefan to turn his humanity off to save his niece.

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** Subverted. Stefan Salvatore is a great example of this when becomes the [[Jekyll&Hyde Ripper]].
Jekyll&Hyde Ripper.
** Elena Gilbert's non-humanity side is also subverted. Not necessarily different in physical strength, but also much more cold, arrogant, ruthless, and even calculating when that the Salvatore brothers have to keep a sharp eye one her. They did their best trying to bring her back to her old self again. She also happens to be extremely fearless when she's in this phase.
** Even Caroline's Caroline Forbes's is a pretty straight example. She was even more capable of putting her brute strength and compelling abilities in use without hesitation, especially when she forced Stefan to turn his humanity off to save his niece.
12th Apr '17 2:26:22 PM khalil91
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* The 'good' vampires on TheVampireDiaries are [[TheSoulless this]] when their [[GoodIsNotNice humanity]] is [[TinMan turned off]]:
** Subverted. Stefan Salvatore is a great example of this when becomes the [[Jekyll&Hyde Ripper]].
** Elena Gilbert's non-humanity side is also subverted. Not necessarily different in physical strength, but also much more cold, arrogant, ruthless, and even calculating when that the Salvatore brothers have to keep a sharp eye one her. They did their best trying to bring her back to her old self again. She also happens to be extremely fearless when she's in this phase.
** Even Caroline's is a pretty straight example. She was even more capable of putting her brute strength in use without hesitation, especially when she forced Stefan to turn his humanity off to save his niece.
8th Apr '17 1:33:31 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Redwall}}'', some animals (usually badgers) have an [[TheBerserker beserker rage]] personality called the "Bloodwrath" which makes them ''extremely'' powerful, and able to totally ignore pain... and also no longer able to tell friend from foe, meaning it's dangerous to ''anyone'' who's nearby when they go into this rage.

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* In ''{{Redwall}}'', ''{{Literature/Redwall}}'', some animals (usually badgers) have an [[TheBerserker beserker rage]] personality called the "Bloodwrath" which makes them ''extremely'' powerful, and able to totally ignore pain... and also no longer able to tell friend from foe, meaning it's dangerous to ''anyone'' who's nearby when they go into this rage.
6th Apr '17 3:28:35 PM modgethanc
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* [[UnstoppableRage How]] [[RelativeButton Luke]] [[CurbStompBattle defeats]] [[TheDragon Vader]] in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. [[SmugSnake Palpatine]] even [[ManipulativeBastard says]] it: "Your hate has made you powerful." Per WordOfGod, this is how [[TroubledButCute Anakin]] [[OffWithHisHead defeats]] [[MasterSwordsman Count Dooku]] ... but it has the [[PowerAtAPrice cost]] of causing him to [[StartOfDarkness edge closer]] to TheDarkSide.

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* [[UnstoppableRage How]] [[RelativeButton Luke]] [[CurbStompBattle defeats]] [[TheDragon Vader]] In the ''Franchise/StarWars'' franchise, it's possible for a Jedi to temporarily become stronger by tapping into TheDarkSide, but with the [[PowerAtAPrice consequence]] that it can become permanent. It's also not guaranteed to work, since it can backfire and lead to their making stupid mistakes due to being DrunkOnTheDarkSide.
** For example, this is how Luke Skywalker defeats Darth Vader
in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. [[SmugSnake Palpatine]] ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' after being provoked into an UnstoppableRage by Vader's use of the RelativeButton. Palpatine even [[ManipulativeBastard says]] says it: "Your hate has made you powerful." Luke refuses to kill Vader after defeating him, though he comes very close, and if he had that would have led to [[IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim becoming the new Vader]].
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Per WordOfGod, this is also how [[TroubledButCute Anakin]] [[OffWithHisHead defeats]] [[MasterSwordsman his father Anakin defeats MasterSwordsman Count Dooku]] ... Dooku in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' ... but it has the [[PowerAtAPrice cost]] cost of causing him to [[StartOfDarkness edge closer]] closer to TheDarkSide.TheDarkSide. Unlike his son, he gives into his anger and kills Dooku, leading to his fall to the Dark Side later on. And despite believing himself to be more powerful because of this, it leads to him trying a reckless maneuver during his fight with Obi-Wan Kenobi that results in some horrific injuries (which are the reason he needs to wear the black suit in the original trilogy).
1st Apr '17 3:29:27 AM rafi
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* ComicBook/TheSentry and the Void, from Marvel Comics, are this trope taken to its extreme. They manifested as alter-egos of a single person, representing the good and dark sides of humanity, respectively. The Sentry is a superhero and the Void is a supervillain, and in a slight variation on this trope, the Void is exactly as powerful as the Sentry, and occasionally kills someone for every person the Sentry saves. They've also split into separate bodies, and sometimes make out with each other.
** ONE TIME. And immediately following this, the Sentry [[spoiler:threw the Void ''into the sun.'']] Given the Void's speech prior to this, this doesn't decrease the FoeYay any, though.

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* ComicBook/TheSentry and the Void, from Marvel Comics, are this trope taken to its extreme. They manifested as alter-egos of a single person, representing the good and dark sides of humanity, respectively. The Sentry is a superhero and the Void is a supervillain, and in a slight variation on this trope, the Void is exactly as powerful as the Sentry, and occasionally kills someone for every person the Sentry saves. They've also split into separate bodies, and sometimes make out with each other.\n** ONE TIME. And immediately following this, the Sentry [[spoiler:threw the Void ''into the sun.'']] Given the Void's speech prior to this, this doesn't decrease the FoeYay any, though.
22nd Mar '17 12:41:41 AM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Kaeloo's alternate form, Bad Kaeloo, who has SuperStrength and whose actions are beyond Kaeloo's conscious control.
19th Mar '17 2:44:39 AM kasperow
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*** That unknown darkness living that's trying to take control of both Yuya and his counterparts? [[spoiler: That's the demon, Zarc, whom Yuya, Yuto, Yugo and Yuri all used to be part of, until Ray split him, the universe and herself into four pieces each. Zarc eventually gains full control over Yuya and his counterparts and it's not pretty!]]
2nd Mar '17 11:20:11 PM SilentStranger
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* Eclipso has acted as this to various characters in the DC universe. Subverted in one ''ComicBook/BlueBeetle'' comic, where Eclipso invokes this by releasing Jaime's darkest fantasy of ultimate power to serve as her champion against Paco. This backfires when [[spoiler: this turns out to be a [[CrowningMomentOfFunny dentist]], who is easily defeated.]]

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** An ''Elseworld'' story called "Batman/Etrigan: A Tragedy", Bruce Wayne is (unkowingly) the host of Etrigan the Demon, who emerges every night to violently battle criminals in Gotham. However, Etrigan is only as restrained as he is because of Bruce's virture, and in reality, Bruce has been trapped with Etrigan for over a thousand years, pretending to be his own descendant unknown to himself because his servant Alfred (in reality Merlin the wizard), has kept watch over him and constantly changed his identity for all this time out of guilt of dooming him to an eternity as a prison for Etrigan. Bruce attempts to excise Etrigan, but the results are disastrous, resulting in the deaths of Catwoman, Killer Croc, Commissioner Gordon and several police officers, as well as Bruce's fiancee Glenda. Bruce consigns himself to repeating the cycle once more as Etrigans jailer.
* Eclipso has acted as this to various characters in the DC universe. Subverted in one ''ComicBook/BlueBeetle'' comic, where Eclipso invokes this by releasing Jaime's darkest fantasy of ultimate power to serve as her champion against Paco. This backfires when [[spoiler: this turns out to be a [[CrowningMomentOfFunny dentist]], who is easily defeated.defeated (Jamie's deepest desire has nothing to do with power, what he wants is a stable career to help support his family).]]


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* ''DoomPatrol'' has Crazy Jane, a woman with severe Split Personality Disorder, caused by sexual abuse by her father. When the alien Dominators detonated their gene bomb during the "Invasion" event, activating the metagene in thousands of humans, Jane was one of those affected. Jane has 64 different personalities, some good, some bad, and some neutral or inactive (the Jane personality has no powers). Among the evil ones are Black Annis (a violent, psychotic misandrist with blue skin and razorsharp claws and teeth), and "Daddy" (a giant copy of Jane's father made of insects, excrement and puzzle pieces). The Daddy persona was destroyed when Robotman entered Jane's psyche and helped her defeat him.
2nd Mar '17 6:23:10 AM Mikeline
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**In part 6, Weather Report gains one when he recovers his memories in the form of Heavy Weather, [[spoiler:which makes people believe they are turning into snails using [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve subliminal messaging]], which leads to them actually turning into snails [[YourMindMakesItReal in a serious case of mind over matter.]] ]]
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