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6th Aug '16 3:30:38 PM nombretomado
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* In the DCUniverse, several characters have heard a voice they believed to be God's. In some cases (e.g., The Spectre's) it was, and in others (Hawk & Dove) it wasn't.

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* In the DCUniverse, Franchise/DCUniverse, several characters have heard a voice they believed to be God's. In some cases (e.g., The Spectre's) it was, and in others (Hawk & Dove) it wasn't.
28th Jul '16 12:27:58 PM Morgenthaler
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* The mysterious Commissioner, who sends ''SamAndMax'' on their baffling and idiotic assignments. In a throwaway joke, ''[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]]'' gets a call from him during [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Dangeresque 3]].

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* The mysterious Commissioner, who sends ''SamAndMax'' ''VideoGame/SamAndMax'' on their baffling and idiotic assignments. In a throwaway joke, ''[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]]'' gets a call from him during [[VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople Dangeresque 3]].



* Tim in ''TheIncredibleMachine'', who just gives you your bare-bones story, objectives, and hints.

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* Tim in ''TheIncredibleMachine'', ''VideoGame/TheIncredibleMachine'', who just gives you your bare-bones story, objectives, and hints.
27th Jul '16 6:23:50 PM nombretomado
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* The main characters' parents in ''{{Rent}}''.

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* The main characters' parents in ''{{Rent}}''.''Theatre/{{Rent}}''.



* CyranoDeBergerac: At act I Scene III, The play notes only show ''"A Voice"'' to describe the person threatening Montfleury, and Le Bret, terrified, indentifies it as Cyrano’s voice. Only at the end of the scene we see our protagonist:

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* CyranoDeBergerac: ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'': At act I Scene III, The play notes only show ''"A Voice"'' to describe the person threatening Montfleury, and Le Bret, terrified, indentifies identifies it as Cyrano’s voice. Only at the end of the scene we see our protagonist:



* Similarly, one reading/performance of ''Hamlet'' takes a philosophical conversation between Hamlet and Horatio from the "bad" quarto and inserts it at the beginning; Hamlet, being a teen NietzscheWannabe, runs a tape recorder so that he can listen to the discussion again. When he turns it on a few scenes later, he's horrified to hear the voice of his father's ghost speaking to him through the static...

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* Similarly, one reading/performance of ''Hamlet'' ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'' takes a philosophical conversation between Hamlet and Horatio from the "bad" quarto and inserts it at the beginning; Hamlet, being a teen NietzscheWannabe, runs a tape recorder so that he can listen to the discussion again. When he turns it on a few scenes later, he's horrified to hear the voice of his father's ghost speaking to him through the static...
26th Jul '16 12:43:00 PM Divra
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* The handlers in ''ComicBook/ButtonMan'' are referred to as "Voices" because they are only heard over the telephone, never seen. [[spoiler: After Harry begins to hunt the Voices, they are given faces and names.]]
24th Jun '16 1:51:29 AM AgProv
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* Music/BlueOysterCult's ''Black Blade'' is a retelling of ''TheElricSaga'' mythos of Creator/HichaelMoorcock. At the end of the song the Black Sword itself is given its own voice to explain how evil and inhuman it is.

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* Music/BlueOysterCult's ''Black Blade'' is a retelling of ''TheElricSaga'' mythos of Creator/HichaelMoorcock.Creator/MichaelMoorcock. At the end of the song the Black Sword itself is given its own voice to explain how evil and inhuman it is.
24th Jun '16 1:50:42 AM AgProv
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* British children's comic ''The Sparky'' had a regular strip based on the denizens of the comic's editorial office, in which The Editor/Proprietor was a loud imperious and unseen voice shouting from behind his office door, and whose word was absolute law. WordOfGod is that [[TakeThat this was a dig]] at the poor working conditions and feudal nature of being an artist, scriptwriter or other lowly creative working in what were then the rather feudal and insecure conditions of British comic publishers such as IPC or DC Thomson.


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* Music/BlueOysterCult's ''Black Blade'' is a retelling of ''TheElricSaga'' mythos of Creator/HichaelMoorcock. At the end of the song the Black Sword itself is given its own voice to explain how evil and inhuman it is.
7th Jun '16 2:55:05 PM Crino37
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** Also, some mission's bosses are never seen in game, just heard through a payphone, like El Burro and King Courtney. (Although, El Burro has a artwork in the game cover and loading screen and King Courtney appears "physically" in ''Videogame/GrandTheftAutoAdvanced''.)

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** Also, some mission's bosses are never seen in game, just heard through a payphone, like El Burro and King Courtney. (Although, El Burro has a artwork in the game cover and loading screen and King Courtney appears "physically" in ''Videogame/GrandTheftAutoAdvanced''.''Videogame/GrandTheftAutoAdvance''.)
7th Jun '16 2:54:14 PM Crino37
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** Also, some mission's bosses are never seen in game, just heard through a payphone, like El Burro and King Courtney. (Although, El Burro has a artwork in the game cover and loading screen and King Courtney appears "physically" in ''Videogame/GrandTheftAutoAdvanced''.)
* In ''Videogame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity'', Mr. Black, a boss who gives you hitman missions, only appears as a voice through a payphone, similarly to some bosses of Grand Theft Auto III.



* In [[Videogame/GrandTheftAutoIII]], some mission's bosses are never seen in game, just heard through a payphone, like El Burro e King Courtney. (Although, El Burro has a artwork in the game cover and loading screen and King Courtney appears "physically" in [[Videogame/GrandTheftAutoAdvanced]])
* Also, in [[Videogame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity]], Mr. Black, a boss who gives you hitman missions, only appears as a voice through a payphone.
7th Jun '16 2:50:17 PM Crino37
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* In [[Videogame/GrandTheftAutoIII]], some mission's bosses are never seen in game, just heard through a payphone, like El Burro e King Courtney. (Although, El Burro has a artwork in the game cover and loading screen and King Courtney appears "physically" in [[Videogame/GrandTheftAutoAdvanced]])
* Also, in [[Videogame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity]], Mr. Black, a boss who gives you hitman missions, only appears as a voice through a payphone.
29th May '16 12:32:38 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In Zork, The Grues. (Monsters that are never seen because they only exist in the purest darkness) while most of the games lacked sound, in ZorkGrandInquisitor they make chomping slobbering sounds as they eat you.

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* In Zork, The Grues. (Monsters that are never seen because they only exist in the purest darkness) while most of the games lacked sound, in ZorkGrandInquisitor VideoGame/ZorkGrandInquisitor they make chomping slobbering sounds as they eat you.
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