History MindRape / Literature

11th Jun '17 2:22:48 AM Zordran
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** The Aes Sedai also consider bonding a Warder without said Warder's permission the equivalent of rape.

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** The Aes Sedai also consider bonding a Warder without said Warder's permission the equivalent of rape.rape, although the few times that this happens, they don't even get a slap on the wrist for it.



*** Graendal in particular was known for using Compulsion, especially to make harems of beautiful men and women. In the Age of Legends they considered unrecoverable and it was considered mercy instead of murder to kill them - their minds are already gone.

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*** Graendal in particular was known for using Compulsion, especially to make harems of beautiful men and women. In the Age of Legends they considered unrecoverable and it was considered mercy instead of murder to kill them - any level of Compulsion damages the mind, and the stronger the Compulsion, the worse off the subjectg would be when it was lifted. While others exerted more subtle control over their minds are already gone.victims, Graendal - a psychiatrist in a past life - was known to turn her subjects into pieces of furniture grinning dolls.


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** Perrin toys with this as his control of the Dream expands, but he just ends up killing the rogue channelers instead.


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** Turning was hinted at early on and largely ignored for most of the series. It required a corruption of the Power itself to achieve and literally '''[[BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil turned you evil.]]''' When it was actually shown toward the end of the series, it was found to be a drawn-out and horrifically painful experience, and the final result left the subject behaving like it was being [[DemonicPossession controlled by a retarded demon.]] However, it could be avoided if the victim was willing to pay a terrible price.
15th May '17 7:56:39 PM PaulA
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* Done to Slick Henry in William Gibson's ''Literature/CountZero'' as punishment for, of all things, car theft.

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* Done to Slick Henry in William Gibson's ''Literature/CountZero'' ''Literature/MonaLisaOverdrive'' as punishment for, of all things, car theft.
15th May '17 7:55:51 PM PaulA
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* Done to Slick Henry in the third book of William Gibson's ''Literature/SprawlTrilogy'' as punishment for, of all things, car theft.

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* Done to Slick Henry in the third book of William Gibson's ''Literature/SprawlTrilogy'' ''Literature/CountZero'' as punishment for, of all things, car theft.
11th May '17 7:21:41 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheSpiritThief'': The Master tries to break Nico by torturing her with visions and bending her mind to his will.
1st May '17 6:06:15 AM Derkhan
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* ''Literature/TheSouthernReachTrilogy'': During her encounter with the Crawler in ''Annihilation'', [[spoiler:the biologist]] experiences being mentally turned inside out by the creature while drowning in light, then getting spat out again.


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* ''Literature/TheSouthernReachTrilogy'': The extensive and invasive psychological conditioning and surgery on [[spoiler:the linguist]] breaks her mentally. [[spoiler:The psychologist, as a mercy, allows her to opt out and return home even though the linguist was Lowry's tool.]]
29th Mar '17 9:18:09 AM KazutoAbridged
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* In ''Literature/TheOthers'' there are certain species of Others known as [[GorgeousGorgon Harvesters]]. When they feed victims are struck by sudden weakness, followed by the definite sensation that their skull is sweating (on the inside) much to their distress.
10th Mar '17 3:19:13 PM Rynneer
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* In ''Literature/Warriors'', Tigerstar tortures Lionpaw with hallucinations of Lionpaw viciously killing his friend, Heatherpaw.

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* In ''Literature/Warriors'', ''Literature/WarriorCats'', Tigerstar tortures Lionpaw with hallucinations of Lionpaw viciously killing his friend, Heatherpaw.
10th Mar '17 3:17:16 PM Rynneer
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* In ''Literature/Warriors'', Tigerstar tortures Lionpaw with hallucinations of Lionpaw viciously killing his friend, Heatherpaw.
19th Oct '16 12:31:02 AM WillBGood
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* The "[[SuperFunHappyThingOfDoom island where dreams come true]]" in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia''. What visitors don't understand is that by "dreams," we mean "{{night|mareFuel}}[[NightmareSequence mares]]". And Lord Rhoop was stuck there for ''[[AndIMustScream seven freaking years]]''.

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* The "[[SuperFunHappyThingOfDoom island where dreams come true]]" in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia''. What visitors don't understand is that by "dreams," we mean "{{night|mareFuel}}[[NightmareSequence mares]]".''[[RealDreamsAreWeirder all]]'' [[NightmareFuel dreams]]. And Lord Rhoop was stuck there for ''[[AndIMustScream seven freaking years]]''.
18th Oct '16 11:58:33 PM WillBGood
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* [[spoiler:Zero]] of the ''Literature/HIVESeries'', as the clone of [[spoiler:Otto,]] has the ability to control [[spoiler:electricity, except to a much higher degree with finer control.]] This allows him to [[spoiler:control minds and illicit hallucinations.]] He uses it extensively on [[spoiler: Laura, who undergoes serious psychological scarring due to the incident. Nero offers to let her go home because of it.]]

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* [[spoiler:Zero]] of the ''Literature/HIVESeries'', as the clone of [[spoiler:Otto,]] has the ability to control [[spoiler:electricity, except to a much higher degree with finer control.]] This allows him to [[spoiler:control minds and illicit elicit hallucinations.]] He uses it extensively on [[spoiler: Laura, who undergoes serious psychological scarring due to the incident. Nero offers to let her go home because of it.]]
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