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1st Jun '18 12:13:22 PM FF32
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}}'', Constantine once faced off against a criminal's ghost that had possessed a man-eating junkyard dog. Constantine eventually managed to trick him by lying down and rolling over onto his back. The criminal was left unable to attack any further, as presenting one's belly is a sign of submission in canines.
5th May '18 10:29:16 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* ''Fanfic/TheParselmouthOfGryffindor'' has an unusual ''willing'' example: VoluntaryShapeshifter Maximilian can (and does) alter parts of his brain to become better-suited to whatever he's doing, such as turning off the part of his brain that induces boredom if he's studying. Other characters are understandably creeped out by this.

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* ''Fanfic/TheParselmouthOfGryffindor'' has two variations on this same trope:
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an unusual ''willing'' example: VoluntaryShapeshifter Maximilian can (and does) alter parts of his brain to become better-suited to whatever he's doing, such as turning off the part of his brain that induces boredom if he's studying. Other characters are understandably creeped out by this.this.
** When [[spoiler: part of Lord Voldemort]]'s soul is transferred into one of the Hogwarts statues, [[spoiler: said Horcrux]] finds himself unable to harm anyone or leave the castle, because all of the statues, whether animated or not, are bewitched to be loyal to the Castle as one of their core values so that they may act as protectors of Hogwarts in cases of emergency.
5th May '18 9:16:56 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* ''Fanfic/TheParselmouthOfGryffindor'' has an unusual ''willing'' example: VoluntaryShapeshifter Maximilian can (and does) alter parts of his brain to become better-suited to whatever he's doing, such as turning off the part of his brain that induces boredom if he's studying. Other characters are understandably creeped out by this.
16th Apr '18 6:06:01 PM lalaTKG
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* Averted in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'': a primary point was that the personalities of the Digimon in this series stayed the same; regardless of the previous Franchise/{{Digimon}} rules. The English version tried to show this by having all the forms have the same voice

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* Averted in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'': a primary point was that the personalities of the Digimon in this series stayed the same; regardless of the previous Franchise/{{Digimon}} rules. The English version tried to show this by having all the forms have the same voicevoice.
27th Mar '18 6:29:21 PM TheSinful
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11669575/49/For-Love-of-Magic For Love of Magic]]'', Harry theorizes that Tonks increased aggressiveness and attraction to women (years prior she only had minor interest and she's now fully bisexual) is due to her granting herself male genitals with increasing frequency (as part of [[PowerPerversionPotential kinky sex games]] with Fleur) which is messing with her hormones.
12th Mar '18 2:51:00 AM Fireblood
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* Besides, neuroscience holds that there is no body(brain)/mind duality. They are one and the same, which is born out by the massive evidence, a sample of which is listed above. Keep in mind, it's far from a settled matter.

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* Besides, neuroscience holds that there is no body(brain)/mind duality. They are one and the same, which is born out by the massive evidence, a sample of which is listed above. Keep Though keep in mind, mind that it's far from a settled matter.
10th Feb '18 11:09:13 PM Manw0name
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* Besides, neuroscience holds that there is no body(brain)/mind duality. They are one and the same, which is born out by the massive evidence, a sample of which is listed above.

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* Besides, neuroscience holds that there is no body(brain)/mind duality. They are one and the same, which is born out by the massive evidence, a sample of which is listed above. Keep in mind, it's far from a settled matter.
29th Jan '18 8:32:52 PM nombretomado
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* Taken to an extreme in Dennis L. [=McKiernan=]'s {{Mithgar}} series. A shapeshifter in their animal form is said to have the mind of that animal, albeit one that will occasionally have thoughts similar to those of a human. The flip side of this is that a shapeshifter in human form will occasionally have thoughts similar to those of the animal they transform into.

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* Taken to an extreme in Dennis L. [=McKiernan=]'s {{Mithgar}} ''Literature/{{Mithgar}}'' series. A shapeshifter in their animal form is said to have the mind of that animal, albeit one that will occasionally have thoughts similar to those of a human. The flip side of this is that a shapeshifter in human form will occasionally have thoughts similar to those of the animal they transform into.
16th Jan '18 5:25:59 AM Lopiny
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* Averted in ''TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression'': shapeshifting yourself or others explicitly doesn't affect your mind, although turning someone into something that isn't alive will cause them to lose consciousness until it's reverted. If you really want you can use a powerful mind control device alongside your transforming device.

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* Averted in ''TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression'': shapeshifting yourself or others explicitly doesn't affect your mind, although mind. The example given is trying to turn a rampaging, bloodthirsty T-rex into a docile rabbit; what you get from that is a [[KillerRabbit bloodthirsty rabbit]]. However, turning someone into something that isn't alive will cause them to lose consciousness until it's reverted. If you really want this to apply, you can use a powerful mind control device alongside your transforming device.
15th Jan '18 3:30:46 PM Dutchtica
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'', this is a common FanWank for why Twilight Sparkle (a pony) would develop a crush on Flash Sentry (a human).
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