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24th Sep '16 12:14:07 AM BattleMaster
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** Brainbots are robots that were made by extracting the brain from a human, giving it a memory-wipe, and turning it into an organic computer to run the robot body.
17th Sep '16 2:37:28 PM LogicallyInsane
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* Sam Philips, protagonist of the 1982. British sci-fi horror flick ''Xtro'', returns home 3 years after his [[AlienAbduction mysterious disappearance.]] What his ex-wife and son don't realize is that after being taken by the mysterious aliens, they changed him so that he can adapt to their homeworld's atmosphere. Unfortunately, it also turns him into a dangerous mutant operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality who won't hesitate to exploit or murder those around him. [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Except his own son,]] who eventually [[spoiler: becomes an alien like his father and returns with him to the alien homeworld.]]

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* Sam Philips, protagonist of the 1982. British sci-fi horror flick ''Xtro'', returns home 3 years after his [[AlienAbduction mysterious disappearance.]] What his ex-wife and son don't realize is that after being taken by the mysterious aliens, they changed him so that he can adapt to their homeworld's atmosphere. Unfortunately, [[GoneHorriblyWrong it also turns him into a dangerous mutant mutant]] operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality who won't hesitate to exploit or murder those around him. [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Except his own son,]] who eventually [[spoiler: becomes an alien like his father and returns with him to the alien homeworld.]]
17th Sep '16 2:32:58 PM LogicallyInsane
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* Sam Philips, protagonist of the 1982. British sci-fi horror flick ''Xtro'', returns home 3 years after his [[AlienAbduction mysterious disappearance.]] What his ex-wife and son don't realize is that after being taken by the mysterious aliens, they changed him so that he can adapt to their homeworld's atmosphere. Unfortunately, it also turns him into a dangerous individual operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality who won't hesitate to exploit or murder those around him. [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Except his own son,]] who eventually [[spoiler: becomes an alien like his father and returns with him to the alien homeworld.]]

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* Sam Philips, protagonist of the 1982. British sci-fi horror flick ''Xtro'', returns home 3 years after his [[AlienAbduction mysterious disappearance.]] What his ex-wife and son don't realize is that after being taken by the mysterious aliens, they changed him so that he can adapt to their homeworld's atmosphere. Unfortunately, it also turns him into a dangerous individual mutant operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality who won't hesitate to exploit or murder those around him. [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Except his own son,]] who eventually [[spoiler: becomes an alien like his father and returns with him to the alien homeworld.]]
17th Sep '16 2:32:01 PM LogicallyInsane
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* Sam Philips, protagonist of the 1982. British sci-fi horror flick ''Xtro'', returns home 3 years after his [[AlienAbduction mysterious disappearance.]] What his ex-wife and son don't realize is that after being taken by the mysterious aliens, they changed him so that he can adapt to their homeworld's atmosphere. Unfortunately, it also turns him into a dangerous individual operating on BlueAndOrangeMorality who won't hesitate to exploit or murder those around him. [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes Except his own son,]] who eventually [[spoiler: becomes an alien like his father and returns with him to the alien homeworld.]]
3rd Sep '16 1:57:40 PM ZimFan89
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Ripples}}'', it's eventually established that the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]] were originally created when Queen Escannor experimented on people taken from Earth (specifically, political enemies and prisoners that UsefulNotes/Augustus wanted rid of), giving them the ability to take monstrous forms and serve as her EliteArmy, which was passed down to their descendants.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Ripples}}'', it's eventually established that the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]] were originally created when Queen Escannor experimented on people taken from Earth (specifically, political enemies and prisoners that UsefulNotes/Augustus UsefulNotes/{{Augustus}} wanted rid of), giving them the ability to take monstrous forms and serve as her EliteArmy, which was passed down to their descendants.
3rd Sep '16 1:56:48 PM ZimFan89
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Ripples}}'', it's eventually established that the [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]] were originally created when Queen Escannor experimented on people taken from Earth (specifically, political enemies and prisoners that UsefulNotes/Augustus wanted rid of), giving them the ability to take monstrous forms and serve as her EliteArmy, which was passed down to their descendants.
22nd Aug '16 4:51:26 PM JoeMerl
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* In ''WebComic/WildeLife,'' rougarous--feral, insane canine monsters--were once human, and there's no way to turn them back. Any normal human who sees one will transform into a rougarou themselves; the "patient zero" of a rougarou infection was apparently transformed by a witch. [[spoiler:[[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Cliff]] kills a rougarou to save [[WeirdnessMagnet Oscar]] and only later realizes that it was once human, leading to a HeroicBSOD]].
15th Aug '16 6:25:14 PM htuttle
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* ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}: Terror from the Deep'' has the Bio-Drones, whose [[MonsterCompendium UFOpedia]] entry reveals that they're actually made from living human brains that had been tortured to submission.

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* ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}: Terror from the Deep'' ''VideoGame/XComTerrorFromTheDeep'' has the Bio-Drones, whose [[MonsterCompendium UFOpedia]] entry reveals that they're actually made from living human brains that had been tortured to submission.
12th Aug '16 1:36:49 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': Captain Keyes, when you eventually find him. He's been ''absorbed'' into a massive Flood organism, [[AndIMustScream retaining enough sentience]] to contact you on your commlink through sheer force of will. Not to mention the fact that the Master Chief needs his neural thingywhatsit, requiring him to punch through ''what was left of his face into his brain''. Hell, any human (or Covenant, if you consider alien races) that the Flood infects could be considered an example of this.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
** ''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'':
Captain Keyes, when you eventually find him. He's been ''absorbed'' into a massive Flood organism, [[AndIMustScream retaining enough sentience]] to contact you on your commlink through sheer force of will. Not to mention the fact that the Master Chief needs his neural thingywhatsit, requiring him to punch through ''what was left of his face into his brain''. Hell, any human (or Covenant, if you consider alien races) that the Flood infects could be considered an example of this.


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** As noted in "Literature", [[spoiler:Alpha Halo's Monitor 343 Guilty Spark]] used to be human.
3rd Aug '16 7:42:43 PM Homemaderat
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* Some of the monsters in ''Anime/SailorMoon'', were (for the most part) originally human. Some of the Youma in the first season and the Phage of the last season. Sailor Moon's power to restore the Phage to normal actually shocks the Starlights, as they had to simply destroy them because they lacked the ability to do so. (Though they implied their Princess could, as they stated they had to destroy them without her around). A single human-based Daimon also appeared in a flashback which was closer to their [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] version.

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* Some of the monsters in ''Anime/SailorMoon'', were (for the most part) originally human. Some of the Youma in the first season and the Phage of the last season. Sailor Moon's power to restore the Phage to normal actually shocks the Starlights, as they had to simply destroy them because they lacked the ability to do so. (Though they implied their Princess could, as they stated they had to destroy them without her around). A single human-based Daimon also appeared in a flashback which was closer to their [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] version. The lemures were also either human or human-like aliens before their queen stole their dreams. Then they got weird.
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