History MindRape / VideoGames

28th Nov '16 10:03:13 AM Stormtroper
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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'s'' Komeiji Koishi has the ability to manipulate the subconscious, which includes things such as inducing terror in people's minds.


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23rd Nov '16 6:32:52 PM billybobfred
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** Prisoner's honey is not an example, merely transporting you (somehow) to your own dreams, to wander and enjoy as you see fit. ''Gaoler's'' honey, on the other hand, counts, as it lets you enter the dreams of ''other'' people and start rummaging around, and just generally messing with whatever you find. It's very, very unpleasant for the victim in question, to the point a Bazaar that allows trade in people's souls won't allow it.

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** Prisoner's honey is not an example, merely transporting you (somehow) to your own dreams, to wander and enjoy as you see fit. ''Gaoler's'' honey, on the other hand, counts, as it lets you enter the dreams of ''other'' people and start rummaging around, and just generally messing with whatever you find. It's very, very unpleasant for the victim in question, to the point a Bazaar that allows trade the local BazaarOfTheBizarre, which has no problems trading in people's souls won't allow it.''souls'', [[EveryoneHasStandards refuses to touch this stuff]].
19th Oct '16 5:49:04 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Drakengard}}'' there is a disturbing cutscene in which [[CreepyChild Manah]] begins to speak in her evil man-voice, speaking Furiae's innermost thoughts out in front of her brother, the protagonist. Okay, not too bad, unless [[spoiler:you happen to be harboring [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous feelings]] towards your brother]]. The allusion to rape is helped along by Furiae's winces and verbal reactions throughout the whole ordeal. Her shame is so great that she [[DrivenToSuicide immediately commits suicide]]. Manah also does this to the AntiHero's best friend early on in the game, using it as part of the process for MoreThanMindControl to make the best friend into a RivalTurnedEvil.

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* In ''{{Drakengard}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'' there is a disturbing cutscene in which [[CreepyChild Manah]] begins to speak in her evil man-voice, speaking Furiae's innermost thoughts out in front of her brother, the protagonist. Okay, not too bad, unless [[spoiler:you happen to be harboring [[BrotherSisterIncest incestuous feelings]] towards your brother]]. The allusion to rape is helped along by Furiae's winces and verbal reactions throughout the whole ordeal. Her shame is so great that she [[DrivenToSuicide immediately commits suicide]]. Manah also does this to the AntiHero's best friend early on in the game, using it as part of the process for MoreThanMindControl to make the best friend into a RivalTurnedEvil.
16th Oct '16 6:25:59 PM nombretomado
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* This is what Nergal did to Ninian towards the end of [[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]. More exactly, [[spoiler: when she offers herself as a hostage to spare Nils, he brings her to the Dragon's Gate so she'll open it for him. When she attempts to resist, he gives her a ''brutal'' BreakingLecture that [[BreaktheCutie completely breaks her already frail mind and self worth]]. It's so bad that, [[PowerIncontinence with the power of the Gate itself flowing around]], Ninian [[BalefulPolymorph reverts to her original form]]: [[OurDragonsAreDifferent an ice dragon]] and runs away, [[TraumaInducedAmnesia almost completely mindwiped]], which will lead her to be accidentally slain by the guy she has feelings for.]] It's really not helped by how [[spoiler: Nergal's BreakingLecture [[DoesthisRemindYouofAnything sounds a lot like a speech an abuser would likely say to their victim]].]]

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* This is what Nergal did to Ninian towards the end of [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword]]. More exactly, [[spoiler: when she offers herself as a hostage to spare Nils, he brings her to the Dragon's Gate so she'll open it for him. When she attempts to resist, he gives her a ''brutal'' BreakingLecture that [[BreaktheCutie completely breaks her already frail mind and self worth]]. It's so bad that, [[PowerIncontinence with the power of the Gate itself flowing around]], Ninian [[BalefulPolymorph reverts to her original form]]: [[OurDragonsAreDifferent an ice dragon]] and runs away, [[TraumaInducedAmnesia almost completely mindwiped]], which will lead her to be accidentally slain by the guy she has feelings for.]] It's really not helped by how [[spoiler: Nergal's BreakingLecture [[DoesthisRemindYouofAnything sounds a lot like a speech an abuser would likely say to their victim]].]]
5th Oct '16 4:20:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''EveOnline'' has a particularly harrowing and unpleasant form of this detailed in the "Methods of Torture: Caldari" chronicle - made all the more so by what it ''doesn't'' explain. There's an unlabelled box with some electrodes which are attached to the victim, and a circular dial marked only with a line of increasing thickness around its circumference. Questions are asked. When the answers are unsatisfactory, the dial is turned.

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* ''EveOnline'' ''VideoGame/EveOnline'' has a particularly harrowing and unpleasant form of this detailed in the "Methods of Torture: Caldari" chronicle - made all the more so by what it ''doesn't'' explain. There's an unlabelled box with some electrodes which are attached to the victim, and a circular dial marked only with a line of increasing thickness around its circumference. Questions are asked. When the answers are unsatisfactory, the dial is turned.
14th Aug '16 11:53:39 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''Human Weakness'', a short story in ''Literature/HaloEvolutions'' details just what Gravemind was doing to Cortana. It is entirely composed of this. And the dialog is like something right out of ''Law and Order''...

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** ''Human Weakness'', a short story in ''Literature/HaloEvolutions'' ''Literature/HaloEvolutions'', details just what Gravemind was doing to Cortana. It is entirely composed of this. And the dialog is like something right out of ''Law and Order''...
14th Aug '16 11:53:21 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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---> '''Cortana:''' ''I tried to stay hidden, but there was no escape! He cornered me, wrapped me tight and brought me close...''
*** "Human Weakness", a short story in "Literature/HaloEvolutions", is entirely composed of this. And the dialog she uses is like something right out of Law and Order...

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---> --> '''Cortana:''' ''I tried to stay hidden, but there was no escape! He cornered me, wrapped me tight and brought me close...''
*** "Human Weakness", ** ''Human Weakness'', a short story in "Literature/HaloEvolutions", ''Literature/HaloEvolutions'' details just what Gravemind was doing to Cortana. It is entirely composed of this. And the dialog she uses is like something right out of Law ''Law and Order...Order''...
16th Jul '16 7:19:26 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'', [[BigBad Jon Irenicus]] captures and mentally tortures the [[PlayerCharacter Player Character's]] ChildhoodFriend [[spoiler:and little sister]] Imoen until she becomes an EmptyShell. He also predicted that [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy you would try to rescue her]], and used the opportunity to do the same thing to you as well.

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* In ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'', [[BigBad Jon Irenicus]] captures and mentally tortures the [[PlayerCharacter Player Character's]] ChildhoodFriend [[spoiler:and little sister]] Imoen until she becomes an EmptyShell. He also predicted that [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy you would try to rescue her]], her, and used the opportunity to do the same thing to you as well.
26th Jun '16 11:04:51 AM nombretomado
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* In the sequel to ''BaldursGate'', [[BigBad Jon Irenicus]] captures and mentally tortures the [[PlayerCharacter Player Character's]] ChildhoodFriend [[spoiler:and little sister]] Imoen until she becomes an EmptyShell. He also predicted that [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy you would try to rescue her]], and used the opportunity to do the same thing to you as well.

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* In the sequel to ''BaldursGate'', ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'', [[BigBad Jon Irenicus]] captures and mentally tortures the [[PlayerCharacter Player Character's]] ChildhoodFriend [[spoiler:and little sister]] Imoen until she becomes an EmptyShell. He also predicted that [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy you would try to rescue her]], and used the opportunity to do the same thing to you as well.
22nd Jun '16 5:16:54 PM Lopiny
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* The ''{{X-Com}}'' games have this as well. The Ethereals and high-ranking Sectoids (and eventually your own soldiers) have two mental attacks: MindControl and Panic (which lowers morale). Helplessly watching as your own hands slaughter your teammates has to be bad enough, one can only imagine what horrors follow after a heavily-armed soldier is subjected to a Panic attack and goes berserk.[[note]]they get 255 Turn Units to turn around and fire their weapons randomly until they either run out of Turn Units or ammo.[[/note]] The 2012 remake also has a more literal example in mindfray. The good side? After some reverse-engineering, you can get your own psychic soldiers to return the favour. Turning a plasma cannon-lugging killing machine into a panicky mess going berserk on its own side is always priceless.

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* The ''{{X-Com}}'' games have this as well. The Ethereals and high-ranking Sectoids (and eventually your own soldiers) have two mental attacks: MindControl and Panic (which lowers morale). Helplessly watching as your own hands slaughter your teammates has to be bad enough, one can only imagine what horrors follow after a heavily-armed soldier is subjected to a Panic attack and goes berserk.[[note]]they get 255 Turn Units to turn around and fire their weapons randomly until they either run out of Turn Units or ammo.[[/note]] The 2012 remake also has a more literal example in mindfray. The good side? After some reverse-engineering, you can get your own psychic soldiers to return the favour. Turning a plasma cannon-lugging killing machine into a panicky mess going berserk on its own side is always priceless.
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