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17th Sep '16 11:55:24 AM storyyeller
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** In the same vein, [[SuperMarioGalaxy Rosalina & Luma]] and DuckHunt (consisting of the dog, the duck and an unseen sniper).



* The Lutece twins in VideoGame/BioshockInfinite are ScienceFoils that double as this trope. They are particularly fond of... finishing one another's sentences... or interjecting counterpoints that refute the other's statements... or expand upon them...in long continuous chains of thought. This makes the scenes in which they appear offering cryptic commentary ... all the more cryptic. [[spoiler: This trope is also taken to the LogicalExtreme in that they are later revealed to be AlternateUniverse versions of each other, and then further {{Exaggerated}} when you learn that they have partially merged in the VoidBetweenTheWorlds thanks to an intentional TeleporterAccident, making them effectively one [[TheOmnipresent omnipresent being]] with two personalities]]
15th Sep '16 3:24:57 PM Scorpion451
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* The Lutece twins in VideoGame/BioshockInfinite are ScienceFoils that double as this trope. They are particularly fond of... finishing one another's sentences... or interjecting counterpoints that refute the other's statements... or expand upon them...in long continuous chains of thought. This makes the scenes in which they appear offering cryptic commentary ... all the more cryptic. [[spoiler: This trope is also taken to the LogicalExtreme in that they are later revealed to be AlternateUniverse versions of each other, and then further {{Exaggerated}} when you learn that they have partially merged in the VoidBetweenTheWorlds thanks to an intentional TeleporterAccident, making them effectively one [[TheOmnipresent omnipresent being]] with two personalities]]
12th Sep '16 11:21:56 AM ester
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* Stephen and Sandra Farraday, a married couple from ''Literature/SparklingCyanide'', act as a syndividual to other characters, who remark on how it's always "the Farradays" and neven Stephen or Sandra. The reader gets to see a bit of disagreement behind the scenes, though.

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* Stephen and Sandra Farraday, a married couple from ''Literature/SparklingCyanide'', ''Sparkling Cyanide'' by ''Creator/AgathaChristie'', act as a syndividual to other characters, who remark on how it's always "the Farradays" and neven Stephen or Sandra. The reader gets to see a bit of disagreement behind the scenes, though.
12th Sep '16 11:19:55 AM ester
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* Stephen and Sandra Farraday, a married couple from ''Literature/SparklingCyanide'', act as a syndividual to other characters, who remark on how it's always "the Farradays" and neven Stephen or Sandra. The reader gets to see a bit of disagreement behind the scenes, though.
9th Sep '16 5:45:56 AM C105
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* In Marcel Aymé's collection of short stories ''Les contes du chat perché'' (translated as ''The Magic Pictures'' and ''The Wonderful Farm''), the parents of the protagonists (two little girls) are handled as a single entity for everything they do and say, with only one or two occurrences of only one of them speaking. Even when they grab something the girls had been hiding, the narrative mentions that they hold it with their four hands. The girls themselves are close to be a syndividual, as they seldom do anything separately, but they at least have different names and personalities.



* In Marcel Aymé's collection of short stories ''Les contes du chat perché'' (translated as ''The Magic Pictures'' and ''The Wonderful Farm''), the parents of the protagonists (two little girls) are handled as a single entity for everything they do and say, with only one or two occurrences of only one of them speaking. Even when they grab something the girls had been hiding, the narrative mentions that they hold it with their four hands. The protagonists themselves seldom do anything separately, but they at least have different names and personalities.
9th Sep '16 5:44:17 AM C105
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* In Marcel Aymé's collection of short stories ''Les contes du chat perché'' (translated as ''The Magic Pictures'' and ''The Wonderful Farm''), the parents of the protagonists (two little girls) are handled as a single entity for everything they do and say, with only one or two occurrences of only one of them speaking. Even when they grab something the girls had been hiding, the narrative mentions that they hold it with their four hands. The protagonists themselves seldom do anything separately, but they at least have different names and personalities.
18th Aug '16 11:12:28 PM 0nyx
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* Sisters Rosalie and Marie in ''SisterClaire''.
16th Aug '16 5:54:14 PM Discar
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* [=FitzSimmons=] (Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons), [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Science Guys]] of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''. Aside from canonically being called by their portmanteau name, the pair are repeatedly shown to be completely in sync though effective coordination and even completing each other's sentences. Certain elements of drama throughout the second season start driving a wedge between the two. [[spoiler:But a later episode in the season, "[[Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E16Afterlife Afterlife]]" gives them a brillaint [[HesBack They're Back]] moment when they effectively collaborate to sneak a MacGuffin away from the splinter agents watching them right under their noses. [[UnspokenPlanGuarantee Without saying a word to each other]]!]]

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* [=FitzSimmons=] (Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons), [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Science Guys]] of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''. Aside from canonically being called by their portmanteau name, the pair are repeatedly shown to be completely in sync though effective coordination and even completing each other's sentences. Certain elements of drama throughout the second season start driving a wedge between the two. [[spoiler:But a later episode in the season, "[[Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E16Afterlife Afterlife]]" gives them a brillaint [[HesBack They're Back]] moment when they effectively collaborate to sneak a MacGuffin away from the splinter agents watching them right under their noses. [[UnspokenPlanGuarantee Without saying a word to each other]]!]]
15th Jul '16 3:22:22 PM Chabal2
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* Craig and Fry, the insurance detectives from Creator/JulesVerne's ''Literature/TribulationsOfAChinamanInChina''. The two were an inspiration for Tintin's Thompson and Thomson, although these are quite competent. They're never seen away from each other, never referred to separately, alternate words to form complete sentences, and don't even bother talking to each other as they have the exact same thoughts.
23rd Jun '16 5:31:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* Duke and Earl, [[KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects King Leonardo's]] twin nephews.

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* Duke ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjectsDuke'': and Earl, [[KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects King Leonardo's]] Leonardo's twin nephews.
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