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13th Apr '18 6:19:51 PM josh6243
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*''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX'': [[spoiler: Due to Ende's success in [[SlowlySlippingIntoEvil devouring away his goodness]] and [[AmbitionIsEvil amplifying his ambition]], Celric, post death, became Ende's proudest backup vessel, and would to be used as Ende's new body once Ende's current form is of no use]]. Good thing X-Cross prevented this from happening before it's too late.
14th Feb '18 4:57:51 PM foxley
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* In ''Film/KingOfTheZombies'', Dr. Sangre is a Nazi agent running a voodoo. He has his high priestess Tahama raise a group of zombies to act as servants and muscle. Lacking the ability to raise the dead himself, he hypnotises Jeff and Mac into believing they are zombies.
1st Feb '18 8:07:59 PM foxley
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* The drugged into a deathlike trance and mind-controlled version appear in the ''Series/MacGyver'' episode "Walking Dead". the bad guy attempts to do this to [=MacGyver=], but he is able to shake off the effects.

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* The drugged 'drugged into a deathlike trance and mind-controlled mind-controlled' version appear appears in the ''Series/MacGyver'' ''Series/MacGyver1985'' episode "Walking Dead". the The bad guy attempts to do this to [=MacGyver=], but he is able to shake off the effects.
30th Nov '17 4:46:02 PM foxley
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Arrowsmith}}'', voodoo zombies are seen as part of the Gallian colonial troops; where their role is presumably to serve as cannon fodder.
23rd Nov '17 8:53:17 PM infernape612
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the respective {{Big Bad}}s Grima and Anankos use resurrected corpses as foot soldiers. The rank and file show no particular higher thought processes beyond killing, but Anankos' commanders seem to have some degree of sentience, retain some of their personality traits from when they were still alive, and usually manage DyingAsYourself. ''Fates: Conquest'''s [[spoiler:Takumi]] occupies a strange middle ground: he shows more sentience than the {{mooks}}, but is only capable of expressing one thought ([[spoiler:murdering Corrin and Nohr]]); he is also far more powerful than any of Anankos' other minions.
21st Nov '17 10:14:41 AM EDP
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* Such zombies sometime show up in ''ComicBook/TexWiller''. Differently from most occasions, they ''can'' be killed with ease by taking away or destroying the charm they wear as a necklace, through it they're bein reanimated.

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* Such zombies sometime show up in ''ComicBook/TexWiller''. Differently from most occasions, they ''can'' be killed with ease by taking away or destroying the charm they wear as a necklace, through it they're bein as it's the thing keeping them reanimated.
1st Oct '17 2:30:43 PM Dravencour
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's Literature/ConanTheBarbarian story "Literature/TheScarletCitadel", Pelias resurrects a jailer who was killed by Conan so that the two can be let out of their prison. The move ''creeps Conan the fuck out''.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's Literature/ConanTheBarbarian story "Literature/TheScarletCitadel", Pelias resurrects a jailer who was killed by Conan so that the two can be let out of their prison. The This move ''creeps Conan the fuck out''.
1st Oct '17 2:26:56 PM Dravencour
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* Ghouls in the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' universe tend most heavily towards Voodoo, although FleshEatingZombie and PlagueZombie elements are present. They are created when a natural vampire completely drains the blood of a non-virgin human. The fact that freak-chipped vampires do ''not'' create vampires, even from children obviously too young to be anything but virgins, is one of the first clues that Hellsing is dealing with [[WeMeetAgain an enemy thought to be completely extinguished]].

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* Ghouls in the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' universe tend most heavily towards Voodoo, although FleshEatingZombie and PlagueZombie elements are present. They are created when a natural vampire completely drains the blood of a non-virgin human.human, and they die when their master dies. During a routine vampire killing mission in Ireland, Hellsing encounters a vampire whose ghouls do not die when their master dies (the vampire having been killed by Iscariot's Alexander Anderson before Hellsing was finished with the ghouls), and it turns out that the vampire was created artificially through the use of "freak chips". The fact that freak-chipped vampires do ''not'' create vampires, even from children obviously too young to be anything but virgins, is one of the first clues that Hellsing is dealing with [[WeMeetAgain an enemy thought to be completely extinguished]].
1st Oct '17 2:20:41 PM Dravencour
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Zombies based on this tradition are originally slaves to a sorcerer or {{Necromancer}}. If [[TechnicallyLivingZombie living]], they have been {{Brainwashed}} using MoreThanMindControl. If undead, they have been reanimated with {{blood|Magic}}, [[BlackMagic evil, or some other form of unholy magic]]. As such, they may be vulnerable to ReviveKillsZombie. [[SaltSolution Salt]], of all things, can often break the spell, freeing the living and allowing the dead to rest...or go after their master in a vengeful rage.

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Zombies based on this tradition are originally slaves to a sorcerer or {{Necromancer}}. If [[TechnicallyLivingZombie living]], they have been {{Brainwashed}} using MoreThanMindControl. If undead, they have been reanimated [[AnimateDead reanimated]] with {{blood|Magic}}, [[BlackMagic evil, or some other form of unholy magic]]. As such, they may be vulnerable to ReviveKillsZombie. [[SaltSolution Salt]], of all things, can often break the spell, freeing the living and allowing the dead to rest...or go after their master in a vengeful rage.
1st Oct '17 2:18:24 PM Dravencour
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* American SerialKiller Jeffrey Dahmer attempted to create these out of several of his victims, albeit with science instead of magic, so he would have permanently submissive sex slaves. To accomplish this, he would drill a hole through their skull and inject either hydrochloric acid or boiling water directly into their frontal lobe. By his own admission, “it never worked.”

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* American SerialKiller Jeffrey Dahmer attempted to create these out of several of his victims, albeit with science instead of magic, so he would have permanently submissive sex slaves. To accomplish this, he would drill a hole through their skull and inject either hydrochloric acid or boiling water directly into their frontal lobe. By his own admission, “it never worked.”worked” -- all this generally did was kill them in horrible fashion.
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