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11th Sep '16 5:19:46 AM DarkStorm
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* Zecora the zebra from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' is not at all bad, once you realize Pinkie Pie exaggerated just a tad. She's knowledgable in zebra magic and other natural creatures, making her a good source of knowledge that even Twilight doesn't know.

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* Zecora the zebra from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' is not at all bad, once you realize Pinkie Pie exaggerated just a tad. She's knowledgable in zebra magic and other natural creatures, making her a good source of for information that even Twilight's knowledge that even Twilight doesn't know.feature.
31st Aug '16 5:57:58 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The ''Ride/JungleCruise'' at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks has Trader Sam, a mystical salesman who specializes in making and trading shrunken heads.
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10th Jun '16 9:29:46 PM TSBasilisk
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* One of the new classes in ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' is the Witch Doctor, which appears to be quite similar to the Necromancer in ''VideoGame/DiabloII'', who also have many similarities to witch doctors.

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* One of the new classes in ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' is the Witch Doctor, which appears to be quite similar to the Necromancer in ''VideoGame/DiabloII'', who also have many similarities to witch doctors. He is deeply spiritual and one of the few priests to ignore the power struggles that have corrupted his religion.
5th Apr '16 8:41:07 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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* In 1974, during a World Cup qualifier in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), the Australian soccer team got a local witch-doctor to curse the opposition, but couldn't produce the money when he demanded payment, causing him to switch the curse to the Australian team. The curse was used as ann "explanation" for Australia's failure to qualify for subsequent World Cups, most notably 1998, when Australia was leading Iran 2-0 late in the final qualifying game (after tying the first game 1-1), only for Iran to score two late goals and qualify on away goals. In 2003, Australian television personality John Safran paid another witch doctor to remove the curse, and Australia then qualified for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.

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* In 1974, during a World Cup qualifier in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), the Australian soccer team got a local witch-doctor to curse the opposition, but couldn't produce the money when he demanded payment, causing him to switch the curse to the Australian team. The curse was used as ann an "explanation" for Australia's failure to qualify for subsequent World Cups, most notably 1998, when Australia was leading Iran 2-0 late in the final qualifying game (after tying the first game 1-1), only for Iran to score two late goals and qualify on away goals. In 2003, Australian television personality John Safran paid another witch doctor to remove the curse, and Australia then qualified for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.
7th Feb '16 8:23:38 AM Medinoc
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* Nallan of ''Webcomic/CutTime'' heals Rel's wound and pulls off an impressive display of magic against the assassin.
20th Jan '16 12:38:56 PM Piando
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* Kururu from ''KeroroGunsou'' may be considered a MadScientist version of the WitchDoctor. He's a creepy, sneaky InsufferableGenius who spends most of his time in his lab. And whenever he helps someone (even one of his squadmates), there's almost always a catch.

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* Kururu from ''KeroroGunsou'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' may be considered a MadScientist version of the WitchDoctor. He's a creepy, sneaky InsufferableGenius who spends most of his time in his lab. And whenever he helps someone (even one of his squadmates), there's almost always a catch.

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9th Jan '16 1:30:17 PM Vios
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\n\n* In ''VideoGame/GemsOfWar'', the minotaurs are noted for their shamanistic beliefs, and the Soothsayer unit can use SoulPower magic.
23rd Nov '15 9:53:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}: Escape 2 Africa'' Melman becomes the witch doctor of a herd of giraffes after the previous one died. [[spoiler:Turns out he didn't.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}: Escape 2 Africa'' ''WesternAnimation/MadagascarEscape2Africa'' Melman becomes the witch doctor of a herd of giraffes after the previous one died. [[spoiler:Turns out he didn't.]]



* The Wizard from ''ConanTheBarbarian'' is a perfect example of this: he is Asian rather than the usual Jamaican/Caribbean, but he wears clothes made of seaweed and he seems quite mad. He turns out to know his stuff, however.
* Tia Dalma, first seen in ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean : Dead Man's Chest'' seems to be the living incarnation of this trope -- her little hut has the fixings for ''everything,'' from rum to music boxes to human souls.
* Elzora, the creepy old witch in ''EvesBayou''. She has some bad blood with Mozelle (herself a HotWitch), though it's never revealed why.

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* The Wizard from ''ConanTheBarbarian'' ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian1982'' is a perfect example of this: he is Asian rather than the usual Jamaican/Caribbean, but he wears clothes made of seaweed and he seems quite mad. He turns out to know his stuff, however.
* Tia Dalma, first seen in ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean : Dead Man's Chest'' ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'' seems to be the living incarnation of this trope -- her little hut has the fixings for ''everything,'' from rum to music boxes to human souls.
* Elzora, the creepy old witch in ''EvesBayou''.''Film/EvesBayou''. She has some bad blood with Mozelle (herself a HotWitch), though it's never revealed why.



* Played heavily by ScreaminJayHawkins when singing [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orNpH6iyokI "I Put a Spell on You"]].

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* Played heavily by ScreaminJayHawkins Music/ScreaminJayHawkins when singing [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orNpH6iyokI "I Put a Spell on You"]].



* Mumbo Jumbo and Humba Wumba from ''BanjoKazooie''. The former (current page image) handled transforming the main characters into various creatures such as termites, alligators and even ''pumpkins'' in the first game. In the sequel, he was actually playable and used different spells to interact with the overworld, while [[MagicalNativeAmerican Humba Wumba]] took over the transformation business.

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* Mumbo Jumbo and Humba Wumba from ''BanjoKazooie''.''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie''. The former (current page image) handled transforming the main characters into various creatures such as termites, alligators and even ''pumpkins'' in the first game. In the sequel, he was actually playable and used different spells to interact with the overworld, while [[MagicalNativeAmerican Humba Wumba]] took over the transformation business.



* ''DefenseOfTheAncientsAllStars'' and its remake has a hero called Witch doctor. He is a RedMage with a decent healing spell and a set of very powerful (but situational) high-damage spells.

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* ''DefenseOfTheAncientsAllStars'' ''VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncientsAllStars'' and its remake has a hero called Witch doctor. He is a RedMage with a decent healing spell and a set of very powerful (but situational) high-damage spells.
21st Sep '15 6:31:51 PM gallium
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* In ''Series/WhoAreYou'', Si-ohn wakes up from a six-year coma, only to find that she has an ISeeDeadPeople problem. She visits Hee-bin, a shaman who says that "resentment" is what drives the ghosts to appear, and suggests that Si-ohn sees them because she wants to see them. This being a KoreanDrama, Hee-bin is not some wizened old person but a hot young lady who likes to go dancing in clubs. Further episode reveal that while Si-ohn can see ghosts, Hee-bin can talk to them as well.
20th Sep '15 10:38:32 PM Twitchythe3rd
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** Trolls also have the Shadow Hunter, a hybrid of a witch doctor and a hunter.

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** Trolls also have the Shadow Hunter, a hybrid the MagicKnight version of a witch doctor and a hunter.this.
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