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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.]]
19th Sep '16 9:15:19 PM PaulA
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* ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'': In ''On a Pale Horse'', [[spoiler:Luna Kaftan, the main female character, confesses, "I have fornicated with a demon of Hell." She doesn't reveal until much later in the novel that the demon violated her mind and soul, but not her body.]]

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* ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'': In ''On a Pale Horse'', ''Literature/OnAPaleHorse'', [[spoiler:Luna Kaftan, the main female character, confesses, "I have fornicated with a demon of Hell." She doesn't reveal until much later in the novel that the demon violated her mind and soul, but not her body.]]
16th Jul '16 5:23:26 AM WillBGood
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* What [[spoiler:HangingJudge Wargrave]] puts his victims through in ''Literature/AndThenThereWereNone''. Specially in the case of the one he thought of as the ''worse'' of all of them: [[spoiler:child-killing {{Yandere}} Vera Claythorne]].

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* What [[spoiler:HangingJudge Wargrave]] puts his victims through in ''Literature/AndThenThereWereNone''. Specially in the case of the one he thought of as the ''worse'' ''worst'' of all of them: [[spoiler:child-killing {{Yandere}} Vera Claythorne]].
12th Jun '16 8:54:12 PM Willbyr
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* In ''Literature/EndOfWatch'', Brady Hartsfield is able to use his mental projection ability to plant thoughts in people's heads that drive them to destructive behaviors, and is eventually able to overwrite people's minds, leaving him in control of their bodies.
26th May '16 6:49:34 PM Prfnoff
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* In "Literature/ItsAGoodLife," this is what Anthony did to Amy Fremont:
-->She was a tall woman, thin, a smiling vacancy in her eyes. About a year ago, Anthony had gotten mad at her, because she'd told him he shouldn't have turned the cat into a cat-rug, and although he had always obeyed her more than anyone else, which was hardly at all, this time he'd snapped at her. With his mind. And that had been the end of Amy Fremont's bright eyes, and the end of Amy Fremont as anyone had known her.
24th May '16 4:12:05 PM ErikModi
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* Called out by name in ''{{Literature/Vampirocracy}}'' by Leon, when [[spoiler: the new vampire Duke uses mind control to ascertain a suspect's guilt or innocence.]] The actual event was a pretty mellow, question and answer session, though.
4th May '16 2:37:05 AM WillBGood
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4th May '16 2:35:43 AM WillBGood
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* In the Literature/AnitaBlake books, there's a few different kinds exhibited by the vampires. First, they use simple brainwashing of a human into a happy automaton with no independent thought (most often used to get people to stand still while they take blood). Not usually used for physical sex, however, taking blood this way is very sexual and is described as metaphysical sex. Then there's dream/magical simulation manipulation. While not used to its full potential, all the characters able to do this are nymphomaniacs and use it to force sex on the unwilling.\\
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Thirdly, there's emotional manipulation - this can be either making people hopelessly in love with the vampire or making a person incapable of feeling anything but fear, and both types are shown both with and without physical rape. Finally, there's establishing the Human Servant/Master bond against the servant's will; basically, being a master vampire's human servant is the equivalent in being the wife in a medieval marriage, except the ceremony allows your husband to make you watch any memories he chooses during it and to play with your mind, to some extent, afterwards.

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* In the Literature/AnitaBlake books, there's a few different kinds exhibited by the vampires. vampires.
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First, they use simple brainwashing of a human into a happy automaton with no independent thought (most often used to get people to stand still while they take blood). Not usually used for physical sex, however, taking blood this way is very sexual and is described as metaphysical sex.
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Then there's dream/magical simulation manipulation. While not used to its full potential, all the characters able to do this are nymphomaniacs and use it to force sex on the unwilling.\\
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Thirdly, there's emotional manipulation - this can be either making people hopelessly in love with the vampire or making a person incapable of feeling anything but fear, and both types are shown both with and without physical rape. rape.
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Finally, there's establishing the Human Servant/Master bond against the servant's will; basically, being a master vampire's human servant is the equivalent in being the wife in a medieval marriage, except the ceremony allows your husband to make you watch any memories he chooses during it and to play with your mind, to some extent, afterwards.
4th May '16 2:34:36 AM WillBGood
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* In Creator/RobinHobb's ''[[Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings Farseer]]'' trilogy, The Pretender King and his agents use mind rape to forcefully help themselves to whatever a persons mind can give them. Be it information, loyalty, control of the body or simply for the sadistic pleasure of it.\\
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Oddly enough, the conclusion of the trilogy saw [[spoiler:Fitz use much the same technique back on "King" Regal, in a way that was not portrayed as even slightly anti-heroic. Then again, Fitz was the narrator, so...]]

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* In Creator/RobinHobb's ''[[Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings Farseer]]'' trilogy, The Pretender King and his agents use mind rape to forcefully help themselves to whatever a persons mind can give them. Be it information, loyalty, control of the body or simply for the sadistic pleasure of it.\\
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Oddly enough, the conclusion of the trilogy saw [[spoiler:Fitz use much the same technique back on "King" Regal, in a way that was not portrayed as even slightly anti-heroic. Then again, Fitz was the narrator, so...]]
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