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16th Jan '18 5:29:54 AM Dutchtica
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* MarvelComics villains the Blood Brothers are two bulky alien twins, who's powers are based on how close they are to one another. Leading to this trope to the fullest.
10th Jan '18 11:11:09 AM ramblepedia
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': The [[PlanetOfSteves three Ruby]] [[ExpendableClone bodyguards]] shown in "The Answer" are identical in all but the placement of their gemstone and have very similar personalities. When they [[FusionDance fuse]] together the resulting Gem is basically nothing more than a bigger Ruby. The one who would later become a major cast member ends up setting herself apart and defects from Homeworld.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': The [[PlanetOfSteves three Ruby]] [[ExpendableClone bodyguards]] shown in "The Answer" are identical in all but the placement of their gemstone and have very similar personalities. When they [[FusionDance fuse]] together the resulting Gem is basically nothing more than a bigger Ruby. The one who would later become a major cast member ends up setting herself apart and defects from Homeworld. In season 3, another group of five Rubies are introduced in the episode "Hit the Diamond," known now by the fanbase as 'The Ruby Squad,' and in the Wanted arc that ended season 4 we are also introduced to a pair of Topazs [[spoiler: who may like being fused a bit too much for Homewold's tastes]]. Both of these groups also fuse to become larger versions of themselves in their respective episodes.
1st Jan '18 4:40:20 AM gravious
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* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseparability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (whilst remarking on an otherwise unrelated topic).
--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point."
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%% * [[http://andrewandrewdotcom.com Andrew Andrew]]
* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseparability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (whilst remarking on an otherwise unrelated topic).
--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point."
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%% * [[http://andrewandrewdotcom.com Andrew Andrew]]
* Television presenters Creator/AntAndDec. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Their inseparability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (whilst remarking on an otherwise unrelated topic).
--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point."
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28th Dec '17 2:59:42 PM JesseMB27
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* ''VideoGame/BodyBlows'': Of the extraterrestrial fighters introduced in ''Body Blows Galactic", Dino is a Velociraptor-like creature who fights along with a smaller green creature that rides on its back. Some moves allow for the use of a FastballSpecial by launching the rider or having the raptor hold down an opponent and let the rider do a close range beat down.
27th Dec '17 9:40:51 AM Mishmash
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* ''WesternAnimation/G.I.Joe'' The twin employers of Extensive Enterprises are this; best noticed when they are speaking.

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* ''WesternAnimation/G.I.Joe'' The twin employers of Extensive Enterprises are this; best noticed when they are speaking. The only way to tell them apart is Xamot's facial scar.
27th Dec '17 9:39:57 AM Mishmash
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* ''WesternAnimation/G.I.Joe'' The twin employers of Extensive Enterprises are this; best noticed when they are speaking.
* Frix and Frax in ''ComicBook/BuckyOHareAndTheToadWars''. The Toad Air Marshal's twin assistants almost never appear separately.



%%* [[ExaggeratedTrope Exaggerated]] in the title character(s) of ''WesternAnimation/CatDog''.



%%* Frix and Frax in ''ComicBook/BuckyOHareAndTheToadWars''. They almost never appear separately.
4th Dec '17 1:16:33 PM nighttrainfm
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** Example of characters who are not literal twins: Crabbe and Goyle [[spoiler: until book 7.]]

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** Example of characters who are not literal twins: Crabbe and Goyle Goyle, two big Slytherin boys who basically exist to follow Malfoy around looking menacing and laughing at his jokes. This lasts until book seven, [[spoiler: until book 7.where Crabbe develops a bigger nasty streak than Malfoy or Goyle.]]
4th Dec '17 1:15:14 PM nighttrainfm
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* Fred and George, the Weasley twins in ''Literature/HarryPotter''. Fred is the more outgoing one and George is slightly more reserved, but it's easy to miss considering they share a love of colourful pranks and are almost always together. Until ''Deathly Hallows'', that is, [[spoiler:when George is nearly killed and Fred has to deal with his brother's potential death. Then George gets his taste of this when Fred is actually killed.]]
** Example of characters who are not literal twins: Crabbe and Goyle [[spoiler: until book 7]].

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'':
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Fred and George, the Weasley twins in ''Literature/HarryPotter''.twins. Fred is the more outgoing one and George is slightly more reserved, but it's easy to miss considering they share a love of colourful pranks and are almost always together. Until ''Deathly Hallows'', that is, [[spoiler:when George is nearly killed and Fred has to deal with his brother's potential death. Then George gets his taste of this when Fred is actually killed.]]
** Example of characters who are not literal twins: Crabbe and Goyle [[spoiler: until book 7]].7.]]
4th Dec '17 4:36:18 AM WillyFourEyes
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* Manga/{{Black Lagoon}} has the 'vampire twins', going by Hansel and Gretel, who go so far as to switch clothes and names. After one dies, the other one even goes so far as to imitate the other's voice. They're widely considered some of the creepiest characters throughout the series.
* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'':
** Mairu and Kururi (from the same author as ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'') are twins who don't even consider themselves as individuals. [[Characters/DurararaAnimeSupporting They too share an entry on the cast page]].

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* Manga/{{Black Lagoon}} ''Manga/{{Black Lagoon}}'' has the 'vampire twins', going by Hansel and Gretel, who go so far as to switch clothes and names. After one dies, the other one even goes so far as to imitate the other's voice. They're widely considered some of the creepiest characters throughout the series.
* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'':
** Mairu and Kururi
''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' (from the same author as ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'') ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}''):
** Mairu and Kururi
are twins who don't even consider themselves as individuals. [[Characters/DurararaAnimeSupporting They too share an entry on the cast page]].



* Emi and Yumi from ''Anime/IrresponsibleCaptainTylor''.

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* %%* Emi and Yumi from ''Anime/IrresponsibleCaptainTylor''.



* [[BrotherSisterTeam Sora and Shiro]] takes this [[UpToEleven to the extreme]] in ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife''. They're nearly invincible when playing together, but if they get separated even briefly they'll instantly have nervous breakdowns.

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* [[BrotherSisterTeam Sora and Shiro]] takes take this [[UpToEleven to the extreme]] in ''LightNovel/NoGameNoLife''. They're nearly invincible when playing together, but if they get separated even briefly they'll instantly have nervous breakdowns.



* DualBoss Gorc and Pic from ''VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga.

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* DualBoss Gorc and Pic from ''VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga.''VideoGame/DarkForcesSaga''.



* Gremolitions, inc from ''VideoGame/AtlasReactor'' are two [[OurHomunculiAreDifferent gremunculi]] called Idd and Odd who ride together on a hoverbike with a giant mortar.

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* Gremolitions, inc Inc. from ''VideoGame/AtlasReactor'' are two [[OurHomunculiAreDifferent gremunculi]] called Idd and Odd who ride together on a hoverbike with a giant mortar.
3rd Dec '17 10:57:52 AM Arcana4th
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The twins Carsac and Fennec Albain. They act and are reffered to as an unit rather than two separated people.
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