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28th Jul '16 9:50:14 AM MaulMachine
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** Actually addressed in one of the video games. Ghost is looking at an Agent through his scope when the Agent jumps out of the body, leaving a SWAT sharpshooter with a headache, who looks around in confusion.
20th Jul '16 10:39:03 PM M84
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* The ending cutscene of the Empire campaign in ''Videogame/{{Disciples}}'' ''II'' shows [[spoiler:Uther's demon form melting away. Uther, reverted to his original human self, collapses and dies.]]
14th Jun '16 8:58:32 PM PaulA
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* In R. L. Stevenson's ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde'', Hyde dies and retains his shape, but in most JekyllAndHyde movies, he reverts to Jekyll on death, suggesting perhaps that his evil self is gone and now he is at peace.

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* In R. L. Stevenson's ''Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde'', Hyde dies and retains his shape, but in most JekyllAndHyde movies, movie adaptations (including the [[Film/DrJekyllAndMrHyde1931 1931 version]]), he reverts to Jekyll on death, suggesting perhaps that his evil self is gone and now he is at peace.
10th Jun '16 10:46:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* The goblins in ''Twilight Eyes'' by DeanKoontz were genetically engineered to switch between human and monster form at will, and to revert to human form after death.

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* The goblins in ''Twilight Eyes'' by DeanKoontz Creator/DeanKoontz were genetically engineered to switch between human and monster form at will, and to revert to human form after death.



* At the end of the ''{{Mistborn}}'' trilogy, [[BigBad Ruin]], the god of destruction, is killed, and he leaves behind- a human corpse, leaking the black smoke that had been previously identified as Ruin's divine power. [[spoiler:WordOfGod is that Ruin was actually a combination of a human intelligence named Ati and the cosmic force of entropy- his death knocked the two apart, leaving the human body of Ati behind.]] The same had previously happened to his opposite, Preservation, though none of the characters witnessed it.

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* At the end of the ''{{Mistborn}}'' ''Literature/{{Mistborn}}'' trilogy, [[BigBad Ruin]], the god of destruction, is killed, and he leaves behind- a human corpse, leaking the black smoke that had been previously identified as Ruin's divine power. [[spoiler:WordOfGod is that Ruin was actually a combination of a human intelligence named Ati and the cosmic force of entropy- his death knocked the two apart, leaving the human body of Ati behind.]] The same had previously happened to his opposite, Preservation, though none of the characters witnessed it.
6th Apr '16 11:37:21 PM eroock
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* ''Film/TheMatrix'': Agents are capable of taking over bystanders' bodies. If they should be killed, the program leaves and the innocent most recent host is unmistakably dead. There are no other bodies, but all their other hosts are presumably very dead as well, or they just find themselves someplace strange with no memory of how they got there.

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* ''Film/TheMatrix'': ''Franchise/TheMatrix'': Agents are capable of taking over bystanders' bodies. If they should be killed, the program leaves and the innocent most recent host is unmistakably dead. There are no other bodies, but all their other hosts are presumably very dead as well, or they just find themselves someplace strange with no memory of how they got there.
28th Mar '16 2:22:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''SpeciesII'' the HalfHumanHybrid woman Eve turns back from her latex-monster form to human form after being knocked unconscious. Likewise in the ''SpeciesIII'' the hybrids always turn back to human form when they die.

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* In the ''SpeciesII'' ''Film/SpeciesII'' the HalfHumanHybrid woman Eve turns back from her latex-monster form to human form after being knocked unconscious. Likewise in the ''SpeciesIII'' ''Film/SpeciesIII'' the hybrids always turn back to human form when they die.
13th Mar '16 3:44:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* Tweaked in ''{{Sliders}}''. A vanquished fire-breathing dragon reverts to its (true) human wizard form as it lays dying...and then becomes an even smaller cockroach when no one is looking, allowing it to scamper away. [[spoiler:Only to get stepped on moments later.]]

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* Tweaked in ''{{Sliders}}''.''Series/{{Sliders}}''. A vanquished fire-breathing dragon reverts to its (true) human wizard form as it lays dying...and then becomes an even smaller cockroach when no one is looking, allowing it to scamper away. [[spoiler:Only to get stepped on moments later.]]
8th Mar '16 3:10:46 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/FullEclipse'': When a werewolf dies, their body turns human again. Seen happening to [[spoiler:Detective Davies]] after Garou kills him with a SilverBullet.
4th Mar '16 8:26:45 AM rjd1922
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* The Fake Bowsers from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros''. They are actually seven enemies transformed by [[BigBad Bowser]] into exact copies of him to distract the Mario Brothers throught the first seven worlds while Bowser holds Peach captive in the eighth. The only way for the Fake Bowsers to reveal their true selves is to have either Mario Brother kill him with fireballs. Here are the Fake Bowsers encountered in the game:

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* The Fake Bowsers from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros''.''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1''. They are actually seven enemies transformed by [[BigBad Bowser]] into exact copies of him to distract the Mario Brothers throught the first seven worlds while Bowser holds Peach captive in the eighth. The only way for the Fake Bowsers to reveal their true selves is to have either Mario Brother kill him with fireballs. Here are the Fake Bowsers encountered in the game:
3rd Mar '16 9:17:46 AM Dimensio
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* Played with in ''Series/TheFlash2014'': Everyman's "default" form is a bald man with a layer of skin covering his eyes ([[EyelessFaceif he even has eyes]]), because he can't even ''remember'' what he originally looked like when he was normal. When he dies in a later episode, he reverts from the form that he had been taking into that default form, but we already know that is not his original appearance.
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