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31st May '17 2:56:25 PM thatother1dude
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* Inverted in the Japanese and Latin American versions of ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. [[FountainOfYouth "Conan's"]] young voice isn't just used when he's talking but also most of the time when he is ''thinking.'' In the English and European Spanish dubs, his thoughts are still in his older voice.
** Also, in the Catalan dub, his voice while talking shifts between a child and an adult (two different voice actors) almost at random. Not only does this sound weird, but it creates a huge plothole unless we handwave it by invoking this trope and thinking that the other characters don't hear the difference.

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* Inverted in the Japanese and Latin American versions of ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. [[FountainOfYouth "Conan's"]] young voice isn't just used when he's talking but also most of the time when he is ''thinking.'' In the English and European Spanish dubs, his thoughts are still in his older voice.
** Also, in
voice. In the Catalan dub, his voice while talking shifts between a child and an adult (two different voice actors) almost at random. Not only does this sound weird, but it creates a huge plothole unless we handwave it by invoking this trope and thinking that the other characters don't hear the difference.
31st May '17 2:54:15 PM thatother1dude
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* In the first OVA for the ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' first anime, Rito is [[GenderBender turned into a girl]], but has the same voice. Averted in the second anime, as "Riko" instead has a female voice ([[CrossDressingVoices but the same voice actor]]) for speaking while his InnerMonologue remain in his male voice.

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* In the first OVA for the ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' first anime, Rito is [[GenderBender turned into a girl]], but has the same voice. Averted in the second anime, as "Riko" instead has a female voice ([[CrossDressingVoices but the same voice actor]]) [[VoicesAreNotMental His voices changes]] for speaking while his InnerMonologue remain in his male voice.every time after that, however.
21st May '17 2:31:47 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''{{Warehouse 13}}'', Pete and Myka switched bodies (thanks to an [[MonsterOfTheWeek artifact]]), but their voices [[{{Averted}} remained the same]]. To emphasis the switch, the actors (rather impressively) mimicked the other character's mannerisms.

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* In an episode of ''{{Warehouse ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'', Pete and Myka switched bodies (thanks to an [[MonsterOfTheWeek artifact]]), but their voices [[{{Averted}} remained the same]]. To emphasis the switch, the actors (rather impressively) mimicked the other character's mannerisms.
12th May '17 5:56:31 AM Cryoclaste
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* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'', during a three-way between Gameboy, a Film/KingKong sized version of Donkey Kong, and Mother Brain, {{Metroid}}'s giant brain-in-a-jar with the voice of Audrey II from ''LittleShopOfHorrors.''

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* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'', during a three-way between Gameboy, a Film/KingKong sized version of Donkey Kong, and Mother Brain, {{Metroid}}'s Franchise/{{Metroid}}'s giant brain-in-a-jar with the voice of Audrey II from ''LittleShopOfHorrors.''
30th Apr '17 2:40:48 AM Hvedekorn
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* Averted in ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' whenever Ryu Yamada switches bodies with another person (which is often).

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* Averted in ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' whenever Ryu Yamada switches the characters switch bodies with another person each other (which is often).
21st Feb '17 9:19:02 AM urutapu
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** Another interesting version of this trope is used in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'' [[spoiler:When Master Xehanort possesses Terra, becoming the Xehanort that is the main villain of the series. Now Master Xehanort and Xehanort have different voices, but in the Japanese version they are voiced by father and son Chikao and Akio Ohtsuka, with the implication that it's the same voice, only younger sounding. Alas, this little detail wasn't able to be replicated in the dub]]

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** Another interesting version of this trope is used in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'' [[spoiler:When Master Xehanort possesses Terra, becoming the Xehanort that is the main villain of the series. Now Master Xehanort and Xehanort have different voices, but in the Japanese version they are voiced by father and son Chikao and Akio Ohtsuka, with the implication that it's the same voice, only younger sounding. Alas, this little detail wasn't able to be replicated in the dub]]dub, and can't even be perpetuated in the Japanese version following Chikao's death]].
15th Feb '17 9:44:25 AM cheril59
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* Partly averted in ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin''. Baloo and Kit switch bodies but don't switch voices. Instead, the voices stay with the bodies, but Kit's voice is pitchshifted down and Baloo's is pitchshifted up.

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* Partly averted Happens in ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin''. Baloo and Kit switch bodies but don't switch voices. Instead, the voices stay with the bodies, but Kit's voice is pitchshifted down and Baloo's is pitchshifted up.voices.
2nd Jan '17 10:36:13 PM Brainiac0982
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* TransformersRescueBots averts this in "Switcheroo." The majority of the main cast swap bodies, everyone retains their original voices, and the voice actors simply imitate each other's characters and inflections. The results are stupendous.
1st Jan '17 8:06:54 PM Xtifr
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* Non-standard example in ''KamenRiderWizard'' that goes here more than anywhere else: BigBad Wiseman and [[spoiler: The White Wizard]] have different voices courtesy of different actors. Then we meet [[spoiler: Sou Fueki]] who also has his own actor. But when [[spoiler: Fueki]] first transforms into [[spoiler: White Wizard]] onscreen, suddenly and from then on, [[spoiler: the White Wizard]] speaks with the voice of [[spoiler: Fueki]]. Later, when [[spoiler: Wiseman]] is revealed to actually be [[spoiler: Fueki as well]], ''he'' suddenly spends the rest of the series speaking with the voice of [[spoiler: Fueki]]. Different forms sounding different makes sense (vocal cords, muffling, etc. and perhaps deliberate disguising via magic), but it really doesn't make sense for them to ''change'' once the ''viewer'' knows who's behind the mask.

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* Non-standard example in ''KamenRiderWizard'' ''Series/KamenRiderWizard'' that goes here more than anywhere else: BigBad Wiseman and [[spoiler: The White Wizard]] have different voices courtesy of different actors. Then we meet [[spoiler: Sou Fueki]] who also has his own actor. But when [[spoiler: Fueki]] first transforms into [[spoiler: White Wizard]] onscreen, suddenly and from then on, [[spoiler: the White Wizard]] speaks with the voice of [[spoiler: Fueki]]. Later, when [[spoiler: Wiseman]] is revealed to actually be [[spoiler: Fueki as well]], ''he'' suddenly spends the rest of the series speaking with the voice of [[spoiler: Fueki]]. Different forms sounding different makes sense (vocal cords, muffling, etc. and perhaps deliberate disguising via magic), but it really doesn't make sense for them to ''change'' once the ''viewer'' knows who's behind the mask.
22nd Nov '16 4:39:41 PM cheril59
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* Played straight in ''[[Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ Powerpuff Girls Z]]'' where the girls swap bodies with each other after accidentally knocking into each other's heads during a battle with Fuzzy. Blossom ends up in Buttercup's body, Bubbles in Blossom's, and Buttercup in Bubbles'. They do it again after another battle with Fuzzy at the end of the episode, only this time, Blossom in Bubbles' body, Bubbles in Buttercup's, and Buttercup in Blossom's.



* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', where the title characters swaps bodies in one episode.

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* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', where the title characters swaps swap bodies in one episode.



* Happens in a ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode, where Peter and Lois accidentally switch bodies, when they try one of Stewie's inventions.

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* Happens in a ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode, where Peter and Lois accidentally switch bodies, bodies for a brief moment, when they try one of Stewie's inventions.
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