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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })When one character forcibly and deliberately swaps bodies with another.
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In an episode of Aladdin: The Series, Mozenrath tries to swap bodies with Aladdin since he (Mozenrath) is dying, but due to interference, both are stuck in Aladdin's body.
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In one episode of Tales from the Crypt, a rich old man wanted a better body in order to attract a particular young woman. He gradually had all body parts surgically swapped with those of a young man — a process that also left him dirt poor, as the donor required huge amounts of compensation. In the end, this was all in vain. The woman was a gold digger and ran off with the now rich donor.
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Darkness Weaves has Efrel who has been so badly mutilated and crippled that only being an Eldritch Abomination has allowed her to stay alive. Since she is skilled in dark magic, she plans to transfer her soul in the body of a young woman daughter of the man who mutilated her, both to regain beauty and get her Revenge, since she aims to let the girl live in her former, ruined body.
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In Pact, the Faerie exile Padraic does this to Maggie Holt by stealing her name and taking her form with Glamour, so that her own parents don't recognize her and he can take her role. Maggie is unable to reclaim her name from him, instead taking the name "Mags" for herself in order to reclaim what's left of her human relationships.
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In The Questport Chronicles, Ato submits to demonic possession so that the heroes can have a guide to lead them through an alternate dimension filled with demons.
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As it turns out, this is the villain's plan in Pokémon Detective Pikachu. Using a specially-created helmet rig, he wants to hijack the body of Mewtwo and Take Over the World. He actually pulls off the first one, too.
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In Wonder Woman (2006) Doctor Psycho uses his abilities to body swap with Sarge Steel, thereby taking over the D.M.A. while preserving a version of Steel's mind imprisoned in his own incarcerated form, mostly to gloat at him.
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In the Jacob's Ladder Trilogy, someone who has used Brain Uploading to digitize their memories can convert their mind into a "daemon seed" and implant it into the nanomachine colony of another body. The daemon seed will then reprogram the nanites to erase the mind of the body's original owner and install the digitized mind in its place. This technique is used in Grail by Ariane Conn, who tries to take over the bodies of Oliver Conn and Chelsea Conn. She is purged from the former, but succeeds in stealing the latter.
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In Tactics Ogre, a hidden conversation suggests that Deneb is like this, but it's not that surprising. It does, however, add a whole new dimension of Squick to her character.
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In Chains of Satinav, a villain survives being burned at the stake by swapping souls with a raven right before it happens. Of course everyone assumes he's dead, so it comes as a surprise when they realize he's wreaking more havoc — this time in raven form — thirteen years later.
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X-23 is the target of an attempt by Miss Sinister, Claudine Renko. She wants Laura's Healing Factor due to a wound she received from Daken allowing Mr. Sinister to exert control over her as part of his attempt to return from a previous death. Unfortunately, the attempt by Claudine's personality fails when Sinister transfers his consciousness into Laura's body instead. Until she tells him to get out of her head and kicks him out again.
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The Mighty Thor:
Loki does this at one point using Sif's body, while she is stuck in the body of a dying, elderly Midgardian.
Loki also does it to Thor himself for a couple issues, though the writers apparently forgot that this should have meant that Loki as Thor shouldn't have been able to wield Mjolnir while this was happening but he was able to.
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The Colorless King from K has the power to Body Surf, and uses it to body-snatch an Ordinary High-School Student, commit a murder on video, then body-swap with a very powerful King, leaving that King in the body of the teenager framed for murder, with all of the Clans after him. He also body-snatches a Red Clansman and attacks the Blue King, and then body-snatches a Blue Clansman and attacks someone close to the Red King, to make the clans fight.
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In Alastair Reynolds' Revelation Space, the captain has done this to Sajaki some time prior to the events in the book, requesting that the alien Pattern Jugglers overwrite his victim's mind with his own. A fanatical cult in the novella Turquoise Days hopes to use the same technique to sacrifice themselves voluntarily to allow their leader's personality to replace their own. There's also a case of Temporarily Borrow Me; Dan Sylveste is drugged up so that his father's Beta-level simulation can control his body, which turns out to be possible only because he's his father's clone, not his father's son.
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X-Men:
In one '80s story, the Hellfire Club attempts to take the X-Men down by having the White Queen switch bodies with Storm. Turns out that controlling the weather without causing a disaster is much, much harder than Storm makes it look.
On the other hand, when she inadvertently takes over Iceman's body after having spent a long time in a coma, she proceeded to use his powers in ways he never even imagined before, which gave him a some self-esteem problems for awhile.
A storyline where Xavier is revealed to have been born with an Eldritch Abomination twin sister, who he tried to kill in the womb right before his birth. The fight in the womb led to Xavier's mom going into premature labor and his sister Cassandra (who was born with adult intelligence and communication skills à la Stewie from Family Guy) being mortally wounded and declared still-born. Xavier's parents then kept him from ever knowing about his sister until she came back into his life and swapped bodies with him decades later.
Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke was a British superheroine who - after a very convoluted series of events even by 90s X-Men storyline standards - thought she'd been changed to appear Asian, only to find out she'd actually had her mind swapped with a Japanese assassin named Kwannon (who happened to have identical powers to Betsy's ... and to have purple hair like Betsy). Eventually, Kwannon died while still in Betsy's original body, and Betsy's been Asian (physically, at least) ever since, in a rare example of a body swap that stuck.
X-23 is the target of an attempt by Miss Sinister, Claudine Renko. She wants Laura's Healing Factor due to a wound she received from Daken allowing Mr. Sinister to exert control over her as part of his attempt to return from a previous death. Unfortunately, the attempt by Claudine's personality fails when Sinister transfers his consciousness into Laura's body instead. Until she tells him to get out of her head and kicks him out again.
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In MPD Psycho, personalities can be transferred, copied, split and joined in any body with apparent ease (at least for the Gakuso experiment subjects). It's a common thing to do when the host body is captive or dying, or simply as a backup. Also, several high-ranking Gakuso members and patrons have younger clones for obvious reasons.
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In Child's Play, serial killer Charles Lee Ray transfers his soul into a doll named Chucky and then spends much of the rest of the series trying to transfer into a human body. Until he suddenly has the epiphany that he actually digs being a killer doll and humanity is overrated.
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Bleach's 8th Espada, Szayel Aporro Granz, has the Gabriel ability. It allows him to steal the spirit particles of someone's body and recreate himself after being killed, essentially resulting in a Grand Theft Me (only with the extra that the new body looks like the old one).
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In Death Battle, this happens near the conclusion of the Mega Man Battle Royale. Specifically, Star Force Mega Man turns the Mother Elf against Mega Man X and possesses his body, using it to attack MegaMan.EXE with Red Gaia Eraser. It doesn't stick, as EXE enters Hub Style and fires back, obliterating both X and Geo at the same time.
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The increasingly sympathetic but always horrifically monstrous Doctor Jizabel 'Death' Disraeli of the Count Cain series acquires an assistant within Delilah during Godchild, a middle-aged man with a hormone deficiency giving him the appearance of a young boy, working for the villain in hopes of a cure. They inadvertently bond, with Cassian developing paternal feelings toward the pathetic serial killer, and eventually Cassian dies saving Jizabel in a very touching scene...Jizabel then transplants Cassian's brain into the skull of a recently deceased mutual enemy.
Cassian therefore has his dream, but he has the face of a man he really, really hates, has lost his own physical skills and identity, and has to live in hiding. He can't take the High Priest's identity firstly because he couldn't pull it off, secondly because the man was a major figure in the evil cult of evil, and thirdly because he committed a lot of very public crimes before dying. Cassian apparently hides in the sewers of London for a few volumes before reappearing in the finale to be mysterious and helpful.
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Lobelia in Duel Savior Destiny has the ability to steal bodies via necromancy, but oddly enough the only person she tries it on is the only one who is capable of stopping her.
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The Voodoo Lady's locket is the cause of this one in Tales of Monkey Island Chapter 3: Lair of the Leviathan. When played around with the button on the locket, pressing it can cause some possession effects with voice changes, like the Voodoo Lady's possessions of De Cava and Guybrush, and Guybrush's possession of the Voodoo Lady.
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The Avengers in "Who's Who???" (subtitle: "Steed goes out of his mind. Emma is beside herself."). Steed and Emma's minds are switched with those of two enemy agents. They did not switch voices, if only because the plot demanded that the enemy use the heroes' hijacked bodies to infiltrate British security. In an amusing touch, after each commercial break, the episode also includes a "reminder" about the swap to the viewer, but the supposedly helpful voice-announcer merely gets progressively more confused.
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Batman: Arkham Knight has The Joker, now dead after the events of Batman: Arkham City, trying to hijack Batman's mind via his infected blood after Batman is exposed to Scarecrow's fear gas, appearing as a hallucination that, for the most part, simply makes jokes and heckles Batman, but gets stronger as the night goes on and tries to assert control. He even nearly succeeds couple times, most notably on Stagg's airship when Joker temporarily takes over and beats several militia soldiers nearly to death.
Besides Batman, four other people are infected with Joker's blood and each takes on one of Joker's traits:
Prizefighter Albert King inherits Joker's sociopathic violence and cruelty.
Professional singer Johnny Charisma has his showmanship and ego boosted to Joker's deranged levels.
Businesswoman Christina Bell develops a Joker-level obsession with Batman, even thinking they're lovers.
College headmaster Henry Adams gains Joker's sinister intelligence, even being able to hide his infection enough to fool Batman into thinking he's immune.
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In Myst IV: Revelation, the central plot involves Atrus' evil son Sirrus attempting to transfer his mind into the body of Atrus' young daughter Yeesha: partly to escape his imprisonment, but also so that he can learn the Art that Atrus was willing to teach her but not him.
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Angel:
The episode "Carpe Noctem". This includes a unique Mistaken for Gay, when the guy in Angel's body briefly believes Angel is gay.
Illyria taking over Fred Burkle's body to live again in season five.
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In "When True Night Falls", book two of C. S. Friedman's Coldfire Trilogy, the Undying Prince survives this way.
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In Erstwhile, the stepsister in "Brother and Sister" is disguised as the queen they had murdered, though her mother can't hide that she's missing an eye.
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Hemlock Grove: When Olivia becomes terminally ill due to an anti-Upir virus, she plans on hijacking someone else's body with her downloaded personality. She first attempts it with a billionaire CEO, but the imprint becomes damaged due to their lack of genetic compatibility. She then successively tries to download herself into all three of her children.
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Spoofed in the episode "Pip", which hijacks a retelling of Great Expectations by having Miss Havisham plot to transfer her soul into Estella's body.
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In The Hidden, an alien slug takes over the bodies of humans as unsuspecting prey and treats it like a joyride. It just wants to listen to death metal, drive expensive cars, rob banks, and blow things up. For fun.
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The page quote comes from when Robotboy's Super/Psycho Prototype brother Protoboy switched their CPUs in an effort to get close to and kill their creator Professor Moshimo in retaliation for him abandoning the latter. Near the end, Protoboy in Robotboy's body was destroyed in an attack from another villain and Robotboy was returned to normal via Snap Back.
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This is more or less the premise of the novel Skinjumper by Lincoln Crisler. A failed necromantic ritual gives Terry Miller the power to switch bodies but only if he murders the person first. Terry attempts to use the power to improve his life but his stupidity and bad luck make it a Black Comedy of epic proportions.
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Of course, the plot of Freejack, with the added bit of Time Travel; the host is kidnapped from the timestream moments before his historical death in a horrific car crash, so no one would miss him.
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The Simpsons has an episode where Sideshow Bob escapes from prison by switching his face and hair with his near-identical cellmate Walt Warren, who was scheduled for early release.
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In Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures episode "Cyberswitch", Jeremiah Surd, Lawnmower Man-strength power in cyberspace and mostly immobile in the real world, switches bodies with good guy Race Bannon. The switch is quickly discovered and reversed. Jeremiah's follow-up plan was to switch bodies with Jonny, leading to Surd creepily telling his Dark Action Girl assistant that he hoped she'd "wait for [him]". Fortunately, Jonny is able to stop that plan before it actually happens.
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In the All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku OVA series, Eimi plots to kill fellow Robot Girl Nuku Nuku and take her body, because Eimi's body is unstable and expected to explode soon.
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The premise of Izure Shinwa No Ragnarok is that the gods possess human bodies to fight their wars in the real world. Worse yet, the personalities of the human hosts are completely overwritten.
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Doro of Octavia Butler's Patternist series has this power; his lack of limitations on it makes him a nigh-unstoppable force.
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Scanners ends with Revok and Vale in a psychic duel, and Revok completely destroying Vale's body, but there's a hint that Vale may have psychically switched bodies at the last second. Either that, or Revok ate Vale's consciousness, just as he said he would. "Everything you are is gonna become me."
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Ghost in the Shell, a Cyberpunk world of removable brains and standardized artificial bodies, makes this easy.
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In the iCarly fanfic iFight Crime With Victorious, Missy Robinson does this to Sam and actually gets away with it because, as in the normal show, Missy was as much Carly's best friend as Sam is and knows enough about their group to interact with Carly daily.
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Justice League Unlimited:
Flash and Lex Luthor in "The Great Brain Robbery."
Deadman does this in "Dead Reckoning."
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A Diplomatic Visit: Towards the end of chapter 6 of the sequel Diplomat at Large, Pinkie unwittingly channels another Power. Unlike most cases, they cooperate and speak together, delivering the same message that Pinkie was about to give: "Just cheer up and never ever give up hope!"
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Shin Megami Tensei:
Near the beginning of Devil Summoner, Kyouji Kuzunoha dies in a mysterious accident, and then the protagonist is killed by Sid Davis. He then wakes up in Kyouji's body. Later on, Kyouji (now in Takashi's body) hatches a plan to get his old body back by sending the protagonist to Hell, but it fails because he's been out of the body for too long.
Persona 2:
Kyouji Kuzunoha is back at it, now possessing the body of a middle-aged third-rate PI named Daisuke Todoroki, with no sign of leaving any time soon.
Tatsuya Suou pulls this in Eternal Punishment, as he spends the entire game possessing the body of his Alternate Self.
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Near the end of Revival Jordan Borchardt is able to invert this by imprisoning a body surfing Passenger inside herself by force of will.
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Naruto:
Big Bad Orochimaru is intent on becoming immortal by transferring his mind to other bodies. He seems to have a preference for angsty young males, too, making Sasuke one of his favorite targets.
This is the trademark jutsu of Ino and the rest of the Yamanaka Clan, though unlike most variants of this trope, it's a temporary thing and their hosts are able to regain their bodies in a short time. Of course, this won't stop the Yamanaka from walking your body to the edge of a cliff and then giving it back.
In Shippuden it turns out Pain is actually a series of bodies taken over and controlled by the piercings all over the various bodies. It's worth mentioning that we are talking about dead bodies here.
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Breakpoint City: Ben's rival Mizkit switches times and places with Ben in an attempt to tarnish Ben's reputation in one arc.
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In the horror game The Witch's House, it turns out that Ellen, the title witch, has pulled this on your character Viola via some magic — meaning, in essence, that you've been playing as Ellen the whole time. And the freaky legless thing that chases you down near the end? That's Viola in Ellen's old body, which Ellen did horrible things to. The worst part though? The spell to switch bodies requires a bond of mutual trust, trust that no longer exists in either character at this point. Meaning Viola would never return to her old body even if she did capture Ellen.
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Fullmetal Alchemist:
From the manga, there is Ling Yao, a Xingese prince that went to Amestris seeking the immortality in order to become emperor, so when Greed tried to take his body he accepted so he would be able to achieve his goal.
The second example is Pride, who tried to take Ed's body after his own body started to collapse.
Among the alchemists seeking the Philosopher's Stone in the 2003 anime version is one who wants to use it to transfer their soul out of their current decaying body and into that of a new host. Dante, who also happens to be the main villain. Hohenheim's body is also revealed to have belonged to someone else, and is decaying just like Dante's.
And of course, also in the 2003 anime, Ed steals the body of his alternate universe counterpart for about an hour before the counterpart dies, though he was forced into this by the villain and didn't want to steal said body.
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Anderson: Psi-Division: When the minds of Vernan D'Argue and Anderson both end up inside the body of a gorilla by accident, D'Arque (having lost both his original body and his intended clone-body) tries to absorb the gorilla's mind into himself and steal Anderson's body.
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"The Shadow Out of Time" is about a human being who has his mind switched with an alien scientist and is forced to live in its world in its body for six years. Except that its world is ancient Earth, making it a Time Travelling Grand Theft Me.
Crosses over into Inferred Holocaust territory when it becomes clear that the same aliens have apparently pulled this on entire species at least twice (once when coming to Earth in the first place, once jumping ahead into the distant future when their ancient enemies on Earth broke loose again) to escape their own extinction.
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Green Arrow is targeted for this in the "Quiver" storyline—but it actually works out in his favor; the villain had planned ahead and transferred his vast fortune to Green Arrow's ownership. When he winds up dying instead, GA gets to keep the money.
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Legacy of the Dragokin: Mordak makes his return about midway by taking over Kalak's body. This begins the the second phase of the plot; two enemy camps.
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In DC Universe Online, a storyline in Metropolis has Giganta getting help from Circe to create a ritual that will allow her to steal Wonder Girl's body. If you're playing as a hero, the ritual succeeds and Giganta obtains Wonder Girl's powers in addition to her own. If you're playing as a villain, Giganta botches the ritual and her powers are given to Wonder Girl, so the only difference depending on your faction is the dialogue and which of them do you fight once the ritual has been undone.
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In Ultima: Worlds of Adventure 2: Martian Dreams the Martians were wiped out by a plague and sent their minds into the Dream Realm to survive. Now an evil overlord named Raxachk wants to escape from the Dream Realm, but needs a body to do so. To this end he sabotages a space cannon to bring suitable hosts to Mars so that he could inhabit one.
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In A Modest Destiny, this benefits the heroes when Maxim's soul possesses the just-vacated body of one of the villains. While treated as a happy ending at first, this is eventually Deconstructed when his wife eventually reveals how uncomfortable she is with the arrangement. Sure, it's her husband's soul inside, but it's still the villain's body, and she's worried that evil still runs In the Blood.
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The Mickey Mouse short "Runaway Brain" features him being a volunteer in a scientific experiment to earn some money. But it involves exchanging his brain with a Frankenstein's Monster... after it's done, the Mad Scientist dies, and the monster in Mickey's body decides to go after Minnie.
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The Last Leprechaun: The banshee steals Laura's body so she can have a body and be rich.
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Kira of Angel Sanctuary has spent thousands of years switching into and out of human bodies (with the promise that he'll fulfill whatever wish they want, so long as he gets to take control).
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In Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Dr. Blight switches bodies with Gaia, but doesn't let MAL in on the secret, so he follows Gaia's orders when she convinces him it's part of her (Dr. Blight's) secret plan.
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Demons in The Divine Comedy can kick a person's soul out of their body into Hell and then take the body as their own. Fortunately, they can only pull this on the worst of the traitors, namely those who betray those under their hospitality.
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A story arc in the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip: A fish-like alien tries to replace the Eighth Doctor's human companion Izzy, looking to escape their past. The plan backfires, the bodysnatcher dies, and Izzy ends up stuck in the other body with apparently no way to return to normal. Several stories pass with Izzy struggling with her now-inhuman appearance, before the bodysnatcher turns out to be not so dead...
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Season six of The 100 features the Primes of Sanctum, who have lived for hundreds of years by using mind drives to transfer their consciousness into other people. In addition, by maintaining a God Guise to make the increasingly rare hosts willing to give up their bodies, they ensure that the entire society of Sanctum is essentially Raised as a Host. Clarke is subjugated to this for several episodes, only regaining control with outside help and Fighting from the Inside.
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In Ira Levin's This Perfect Day, leader and programmer Li Wei Chun's head (and brain) have been put on the body of an athlete, who volunteered for the honor.
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In The Dresden Files, the necromancer Capiorcorpus, which Harry translated as the Corpse Taker, specializes in doing this. As far as we know only living people despise the name. The literal Latin translation of "corpus" is "body," so the name makes perfect sense. Unfortunately, Harry learned Latin via a correspondence course. In Ghost Story Capiocorpus' ghost tries to get the power to manifest in the real world. She could then use her abilities to take whatever body she wanted, effectively coming back to life. Harry speculates this is the same method her mentor Kemmler used to return to life six times.
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Happens to Zelda in the second book of Oksa Pollock
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Supernatural:
Besides the episode "Swap Meat", where the main plotline is that Sam inadvertently switches bodies with a seventeen-year-old boy, there are numerous instances throughout the entire show of demonic possession and shapeshifters stealing unfortunate victims' identities, to name but a few. An odd example comes from the episode "Time Is On My Side" where Sam and Dean find an immortal man who has been replacing his organs with that of his victims. And the angels might have to have permission, but once you're a vessel, you're a vessel till the angel decides to leave. Finally, it turns out that the villain's millenia-in-the-making plan is for Lucifer and Michael to commit Grand Theft Me on Sam and Dean respectively, and then duke it out for the fate of creation. Neither brother is okay with this.
In "Let the Good Times Roll", Alternate Michael goes back on his deal with Dean to share the latter's body after they kill Lucifer, leaving Michael in full control of Dean's body.
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In Supergirl (1972) issue #8, the mythical Medusa curses the titular heroine and attempts to get her killed to take over her body.
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In Gardens of the Moon, the first book in Malazan Book of the Fallen, the Patron of Assassins, Cotillion, possesses a young fisher girl. He takes on her identity, renames her Sorry and through her spies on the Bridgeburners, an elite company of soldiers. It is heavily implied that the possession is so complete that had not Riggalai the Seer intervened and shielded the girl's spirit with her own, it would have been annihilated.
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This is what happens if you get the bad ending in Black Dahlia.
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Tales from the Borderlands has an unusual case: the protagonist, Rhys, is a cyborg who accidentally uploads an AI reconstruction of Handsome Jack into his brain. Jack attempts to take over Rhys' body several times, not always with Rhys' permission, although he usually only manages to take control of his cybernetic parts. In Episode 3, however, it is possible for Jack to temporarily take full control of Rhys' body, voice and all - which only serves to alienate Rhys from his unaware friends, as Jack doesn't exactly act civilly when in Rhys' body.
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In the Discworld novels, an Igor whose body becomes too ruined to fix is broken down for spares and the brain preserved, where it can be transplanted into another body at a later point to effectively return the Igor to life again. The Igors do show consideration, however: The bodies they use for this are exclusively from people put in permanent vegetative states or killed by head injuries that are donated to the Igors by their next-of-kin.
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In the Axis Powers Hetalia fanfiction Parasite, it's revealed that Nations that die in accidents are reborn by stealing a body from one of their citizens, with said body morphing to look like the Nation and the body's former inhabitant being erased from existence. They don't like this, but there's no choice in the matter.
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Pandora Hearts
Chapter 39 shows that Glen has no permanent body of his own and must possess others to continue ruling the Baskerville household. 100 years ago, Gilbert was chosen to be his host. Thanks to Vincent, he escaped this fate.
Jack can also do this with Oz. Which is especially worrying, as of late.
Leo isn't as lucky as Gilbert. In fact, he was taken over by Glen in one of the recent chapters.
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In Final Fantasy VII: Dirge of Cerberus, Big Bad Hojo did this to Weiss.
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In Justice League Action episode "The Goddess Must Be Crazy", Felix Faust takes over Supergirl's body to get around the spell which keeps males from setting foot in Themyscira.
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In Spirit Migration an entity wakes up inside a dungeon and finds himself able to possess various monsters in the dungeon. He doesn't know what he is, or was as he lacks any memories prior to waking up. He also has the nifty power of hammerspace by taking items into his spiritual body. He tries to befriend humans, but he cannot speak their language in a monster's body and cannot control humans.
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Happens in Xena: Warrior Princess when Callisto switches body with Xena to get out of the underworld. Noteworthy that this actually lasts more than one episode due to Lucy Lawless having been injured and the show using Callisto's actress to get around it.
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Katrina Moldoff does this to Batman in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "The Criss-Cross Conspiracy!".
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Necroscope:
In book 5 of the saga Faethor Ferenczy tries this on Harry. It does not end well.
The climax of book two has a twist on this. One of the heroes' has had his mind and soul destroyed leaving him basically a still breathing corpse. Harry, at this point, is a disembodied soul in search of a body and moves right in.
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In Melonpool body-swapping is a fairly regular occurance, but one Grand Theft Me that stuck was Ralph Zinobopp swapping bodies with his evil clone Lord Fauntleroy. Doubled as Laser-Guided Karma for Fauntleroy as he had previously dropped Ralph in an active volcano, horribly scarring the body he wound up being stuck with.
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The Twilight Zone (1959):
In the episode "The Trade-Ins", an aging man decides to get a nice young body, but can't afford it for his wife, too (and the company isn't allowed to offer financing), then decides to give back the body and die a natural death with his aging wife. It isn't mentioned how the company that was selling him the brand new body got it or where they got it from.
There is an episode involving magicians where this is the twist.
And yet another episode where this is the YOUNG man's idea. He discovers he has the power to exchange traits with other people (an ill-defined ability, but hey...). So he finds a very rich old man and gets the multimillionaire to trade his fortune for renewed youth. Now old and rich, he proceeds to purchase youth a year at a time from a large number of young men at a thousand dollars a shot... eventually leaving him back at his original age, but with a lot of money.
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The Twilight Zone (1985): In "Gramma", a young boy named Georgie has his body stolen by his monstrous bed-ridden witch-grandmother.
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In The Wish List Belch eventually takes over the body of Meg's father Franco.
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Occurs in the The Saga of the Noble Dead book The Dog in the Dark. Chap uses his power as a Fay to temporarily take over a human body.
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Azalie Caith-Sith uses white magic to trade places with Childman Powderfield in Sorcerer Stabber Orphen. The reasons for this are very, very twisted: it's in part revenge because she believes he tried to kill her when she became Bloody August, in part an Evil Plan to achieve revenge towards the Tower of Fangs in itself, and in part to be close to the man she's been in love with ever since she was a teenage girl.
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Persona 2:
Kyouji Kuzunoha is back at it, now possessing the body of a middle-aged third-rate PI named Daisuke Todoroki, with no sign of leaving any time soon.
Tatsuya Suou pulls this in Eternal Punishment, as he spends the entire game possessing the body of his Alternate Self.
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Mykage does this to Zessica Wong in Aquarion EVOL.
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One episode of series 3 of Misfits has the gang working at a hospital as part of their community service. While Kelly's in the room of a comatose patient, machines start beeping and as she's freaking out Kelly grabs the coma girl's hand, triggering her power to switch bodies with whoever touches her. The girl in question, Jen, spends the entire episode in Kelly's body as she tries to get back with her boyfriend while the main characters attempt to swap the two of them back.
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Done at least twice on Ghost Whisperer. The first time Melinda had to deal with both the possessor and the possessee's spirits; the second time was done by Melinda's recently deceased husband. To his credit, he made sure his new body's former owner had passed on first.
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In Undertale, resetting from the Genocide ending requires the player to sell their soul to the Fallen Child. Going for the Pacifist Route's Golden Ending after doing so will result in the Fallen Child again taking over the protagonist and killing everyone. You've Earned Your Bad Ending.
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Wolverine villain Cyber did this to come back to life. He chose a powerful and dimwitted young mutant named Milo to be his new body and later had adamantium laced into his skin. This bit him in the ass because his new body also had a heart condition that caused Cyber to go into cardiac arrest. So Cyber needed heart surgery; something that was pretty much impossible thanks to his adamantium skin.
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A few instances in the Warcraft universe:
In Warcraft III banshees can displace the soul of their target, granting you control of that unit perfectly, and destroying the banshee in the process. This is also played with by certain banshee mobs in World of Warcraft. This is because banshees are just souls: although if they find their previous bodies they can inhabit them. All undead actually can do this because their souls are not firmly connected to their bodies. Nathanos Blightcaller did this to his cousin Stephanos at the direction of Sylvanas Windrunner. It's unclear if Stephanos' soul is still around, or if it was destroyed in the ritual.
The priest's ability Mind Control is essentially this, except temporary. Very few priests lorewise display the ability to do it so it clearly takes a high power level to pull off successfully. Theoretically it could be permanent: but doing that on an unwilling target would require absurd amounts of power.
Sargeras, the evil Titan and leader of the Burning Legion did this to Medivh. Which rather put a dent in Medivh's ability to protect the world from Sargeras and the Burning Legion, like he was supposed to. But this situation was caused by the sexism of the human kingdoms: providing a good explanation for the widespread and unquestioned gender equality in what is otherwise a pretty medieval style kingdom. However, to demonstrate the absurd power level this required: Medivh was frequently able to wrest back control of his body from Sargeras, and used these moments of lucidity to plot against the Titan. While Medivh was a powerful mage, he was just a mage while Sargeras is the strongest of all the Titans who are all godlike in power level.
Essentially this is what the Lich King did to Arthas Menethil through Frostmourne. Because the sword took a piece of Arthas' soul, the Lich King was able to fill that void in Arthas with his own spirit. Which is why he turned all evil and stuff (although Arthas was doing questionable things already).
This is a favorite tactic of the demons known as Dreadlords. In particular, there was Balnazzar, who stole the body of the Scarlet Crusade's leader. Since the Crusade was an influential faction in the Third War, this was quite a problem. Balnazzar goes onto to reappear twice more, stealing other bodies of other important people.
This is what was done to create the original death knights, although in that case the original inhabitant of the body was long gone. Orc warlocks were put into the bodies of Alliance soldiers, creating warriors who could both use magic and use advanced weapons techniques. This may also be true of the Lich King's death knights: since the Lich King is Ner'zhul, the mentor of Gul'dan who created the first death knights. Though, because that adds an extra layer of squick to the death knights, some players don't like that theory.
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Soul Eater's Medusa does this to a little girl named Rachel. In the manga Medusa moves from Rachel's body into her sister Arachne's after getting Maka to kill her (Arachne, not Rachel who is recovered safely); in the anime, Maka manages to Take a Third Option and exorcise Medusa out without harming Rachel, then kills her.
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Red Dwarf had an episode where Lister allows Rimmer to use his body for a week with the promise of Rimmer getting him into shape (in return, the Holographic Rimmer is able to touch, smell, and taste for the first time since his death). When Rimmer spends his time eating and sleeping (causing Lister to actually gain weight), Lister demands his body back—only to have Rimmer outright steal it the next time he falls asleep.
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In The Angry Beavers, a mass of living pond scum was able to control Nobert by going inside his ear.
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This is the basis of the Superior Spider-Man comic series. Which narrates the story of Dr. Octopus after he had swapped bodies with Spider-Man, leaving the hero to die trapped in Ock's broken body and leaving the villain in a healthy, heroic body with no one realizing anything. A remnant of Peter remains in Otto's body and in the end, after realizing that he had failed to live up to Spider-Man's legacy, Ock erases his own memories and hands control back to Peter.
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Thanks to Licht performing Forbidden Magic using the magic stones, the reincarnated elves in Black Clover take over the bodies of humans throughout the Clover Kingdom, mostly of Magic Knights. Their goal is to use the eleventh magic stone in the Shadow Palace to fully complete the reincarnation.
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Happens to Adell in the worst ending of Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories when the Real Overlord Zenon takes over his body, and then makes him eat his little brother and sister. Nightmare fuel, indeed.
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In the fourth arc of W.I.T.C.H. this is how Phobos escaped from his cell, by swapping body with the custodian of the Tower of Mists in which he had been imprisoned. This also ends up saving his life, as when he tries to Mind Rape Will into submission she comes this close to torture him to death before remembering she's supposed to reverse the exchange...
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In the Vorkosigan Saga, raising clones for brain-transplant purposes is a major industry in Jackson's Whole.
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Fans!' evil mad scientist Professor Fitz has made a career out of doing (or trying to do) just this.
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Stargate:
Stargate SG-1:
"Holiday": There is a device that swaps Daniel's consciousness with that of a very old man (who had apparently built the device for that purpose, to prolong his own life), as well as the minds of O'Neil and Teal'c. Hilarity Ensues.
The Goa'uld are all about this, especially since body-switching keeps the symbiote alive for up to thousands of years. The Tok'ra are something of a subversion of this trope, since they never take unwilling hosts and they share the body. So are the Asgard, who survive by swapping bodies with mindless clones created for this purpose.
And done significantly more seriously in SG-1's ninth season, except it is Daniel and Vala who (accidentally) seize control of bodies, only to (accidentally) leave just before getting them killed.
Later in the season, Vala jumps into Daniel's body from the Ori galaxy to warn SG1 of the coming Ori invasion.
Done slightly more seriously in the Stargate Atlantis episode "The Long Goodbye".
Stargate Universe has the traveling stones, which allow for voluntary mind transfer. But on several occasions, once the swap occurs, the new occupant does things the original would never have condoned. When the original swaps back in, Hilarity Ensues.
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In Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Mary Jane was kidnapped by Miranda Wilson, an actress-turned-cyborg, so the latter could replace Mary Jane's mind with hers. In a twist, her plan failed because she was tricked by Mysterio into believing that mind-transferring technology even existed.
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in Lori Lovecraft: The Dark Lady, a demon steals Sir Andrew's physical form. However, because Sir Andrew died at the moment of possession, the demon is in control of his body but trapped inside Voodoo Mansion. It lures Lori into the mansion in an attempt to steal her body.
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In A Land Fit for Heroes, the dwenda plan to resurrect the Illwrack Changeling, their Dark Lord and general who is currently stuck as Sealed Evil in a Can, by transferring his soul into the protagonist's body.
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In the American Dad! episode "Da Flippity Flop", Klaus is given the chance to get his human body back but Stan hesitates. When Stan finally takes Klaus to the CIA a week later they find his body decayed because it wasn't kept frozen, so Klaus angrily bludgeons Stan with a margarita pitcher and switches bodies with him while he's knocked out. Stan chases down Klaus in the latter's decaying old body while Klaus is trying to perform the titular skiing stunt and in the end they go back to normal, but now Stan has more respect for him.
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Marvel Universe:
Captain America villain the Red Skull uses this as his form of immortality. At first he used a clone of Cap, pointing out that it was doubly suitable not only to tweak his nemesis but also because Cap is a "perfect Aryan". Since then, he's had to find other "hosts". In Captain America: Reborn, the Skull even attempts to do to this to a resurrected Cap, who had just been pulled out of time. It didn't stick.
The Mighty Thor:
Loki does this at one point using Sif's body, while she is stuck in the body of a dying, elderly Midgardian.
Loki also does it to Thor himself for a couple issues, though the writers apparently forgot that this should have meant that Loki as Thor shouldn't have been able to wield Mjolnir while this was happening but he was able to.
This is the basis of the Superior Spider-Man comic series. Which narrates the story of Dr. Octopus after he had swapped bodies with Spider-Man, leaving the hero to die trapped in Ock's broken body and leaving the villain in a healthy, heroic body with no one realizing anything. A remnant of Peter remains in Otto's body and in the end, after realizing that he had failed to live up to Spider-Man's legacy, Ock erases his own memories and hands control back to Peter.
X-Men:
In one '80s story, the Hellfire Club attempts to take the X-Men down by having the White Queen switch bodies with Storm. Turns out that controlling the weather without causing a disaster is much, much harder than Storm makes it look.
On the other hand, when she inadvertently takes over Iceman's body after having spent a long time in a coma, she proceeded to use his powers in ways he never even imagined before, which gave him a some self-esteem problems for awhile.
A storyline where Xavier is revealed to have been born with an Eldritch Abomination twin sister, who he tried to kill in the womb right before his birth. The fight in the womb led to Xavier's mom going into premature labor and his sister Cassandra (who was born with adult intelligence and communication skills à la Stewie from Family Guy) being mortally wounded and declared still-born. Xavier's parents then kept him from ever knowing about his sister until she came back into his life and swapped bodies with him decades later.
Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke was a British superheroine who - after a very convoluted series of events even by 90s X-Men storyline standards - thought she'd been changed to appear Asian, only to find out she'd actually had her mind swapped with a Japanese assassin named Kwannon (who happened to have identical powers to Betsy's ... and to have purple hair like Betsy). Eventually, Kwannon died while still in Betsy's original body, and Betsy's been Asian (physically, at least) ever since, in a rare example of a body swap that stuck.
X-23 is the target of an attempt by Miss Sinister, Claudine Renko. She wants Laura's Healing Factor due to a wound she received from Daken allowing Mr. Sinister to exert control over her as part of his attempt to return from a previous death. Unfortunately, the attempt by Claudine's personality fails when Sinister transfers his consciousness into Laura's body instead. Until she tells him to get out of her head and kicks him out again.
Wolverine villain Cyber did this to come back to life. He chose a powerful and dimwitted young mutant named Milo to be his new body and later had adamantium laced into his skin. This bit him in the ass because his new body also had a heart condition that caused Cyber to go into cardiac arrest. So Cyber needed heart surgery; something that was pretty much impossible thanks to his adamantium skin.
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In Dragon Age: Origins, the witch Flemeth is said to have had many daughters, but only one of them, Morrigan, is encountered by the party; after reading Flemeth's grimoire, Morrigan becomes convinced that Flemeth has been possessing her daughters and plans to do it to her, though Flemeth denies it. Dragon Age: Inquisition sheds some more light on this. It's true, but according to Flemeth she can't steal a body. Consent is required.
The Archdemon, upon being slain, automatically does this to the nearest Darkspawn, making it impossible to kill — unless a Grey Warden strikes the final blow (which forces the Archdemon's spirit to travel in the Warden). Since Darkspawn are essentially soulless, the Archdemon can possess another darkspawn with no problems. Attempting to do the same to a Grey Warden destroys both of their souls.
We also get the Envy demon who does this to the Templars and attempts to do so on The Inquisitor...worthy of note is What Could Have Been suggests it could have been much worse.
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The Dr. Evil from Steam Detectives kidnapped the hero's nurse sidekick and put his brain in her body after his own body got blown up. Afterwards he wore a black trenchcoat and mummy bandages to conceal his/her identity.
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The Collective of Tribe Twelve fame are eventually revealed to do this. Well, outside of the Administrator. In order of original person's appearance: Noah Maxwell is Firebrand, who seems to have broken free of the Collective, Milo Asher is Mr. Scars, named such for having carved his throat open and slit his wrists with a boxcutter in a failed attempt to escape being possessed, and Kevin Haas is the Observer, whose symbol (the Severance Sign, which is used to pull this trope off) is the series's logo.
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In RahXephon, the human Big Bad migrates into the body of his female assistant, who gave herself willingly, if only because he's a master manipulator who raised her from a small child. In fact, he's been doing this repeatedly (generally with clones of himself) for the past several ten-thousand years in order to stay alive.
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Pathfinder: The runelords of Thassilon habitually used occult rituals to enter the bodies of their rune giant servants, allowing them to fully control the giant's body and cast spells through it, in order to make use of their prodigious strength and ability to magically enslave other giants.
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The X-Files:
Two part episode "Dreamland I" and "Dreamland II" had Mulder accidentally switching bodies with a Man in Black named Morris Fletcher (played by Michael McKean) due to some space-time anomaly caused by an experimental aircraft. Fletcher is having great fun with it while Mulder is miserable and desperately trying to get his body back.
In "Small Potatoes", a shapeshifter locks Mulder up and then shapeshifts to look like him, pretty much just to try to get in Scully's pants.
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Batman Beyond:
In the episode "Out of the Past", former Rogues Gallery member Ra's Al Ghul's daughter Talia offers old Bruce Wayne access to the Lazarus Pit, and a shot at eternal youth, saying her father wished to pass on his secrets. Of course, Talia is Ra's, and plans to swap again to the newly-youthified Bruce. Talia, apparently, gave up her life willingly for her father. The setup's very reminiscent of H. P. Lovecraft's The Thing on the Doorstep (see).
Another episode featured the digital copy of the mind of a now-dead computer industrialist being brought back on line and trying to do this to the grandson of his original body. In the process he pulls a variation on Batman himself, taking over the cybernetic suit and forcing Terry to beat him on his own, without the aid of the super-suit.
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In The Lord of Lorn and the False Steward, the steward skips the "looks like" part by the simple expedient of trying it in a foreign country where he's unknown.
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Dungeons & Dragons:
In Second Edition, a couple of spells from the Complete Book of Necromancers allow body switching, and are favored by elderly necromancers wanting a younger body.
A high-level psionic power for telepaths in edition 3.5 known as True Mind Switch can be used for this.
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Galaxy of Fear has a form of this done with a brutish wanted (male) criminal and almost-fourteen-year-old Tash Arranda, though Tash's brain is put into a droid jar. The criminal was supposed to go into an adult male's body, and while he's fine with being a pubescent girl briefly, he quickly starts to complain.
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An excellent story, "King's Crown", from the anthology Heavy Metal: in a certain land, a tournament is held every so often to choose the strongest man to be the new king. Entrants must be vital and free of diseases. Every winner becomes a cruel tyrant, but the hero of the story (called weak and frail all his life) wants to become ruler and end the reign of evil. He wins, and at his "coronation", he's drugged, bound, his skull is cut open by robot surgeons (after he wakes up), his brain is crudely removed over his screaming protests, and the brain of the previous king is transplanted from his freshly-dead, used up, obese corpse. In death, however, the hero is victorious. The stress of the surgery sets off his congenital heart defect, and the tyrant is slain.
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X-Men Film Series
At the very end of the credits for X-Men: The Last Stand, there is an Easter Egg scene in which Professor Xavier, who was killed during the movie, is revealed to have implanted his mind into the body of a man who had been earlier revealed to have a functioning body, but no working mind. It is ironic because Xavier had lectured to a class earlier in the movie about the ethical dilemmas involved in such a transfusion of soul, so to speak.
In X-Men: Days of Future Past, Logan essentially steals the body of his counterpart from the new timeline when he snaps back after changing the future.
In X-Men: Apocalypse, the titular villain has kept himself alive for millennia by transferring his consciousness into host mutant bodies, accumulating powers from each mutant he transfers himself into; for example, the most recent host had a Healing Factor. In the present day, his plan is to transfer his consciousness into Professor Xavier, so he can "Be everywhere. Be everyone."
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The final game of the Deep Sleep Trilogy reveals that this is what is going on with the Shadow People — they are monsters created out of people who had their bodies taken in their sleep, their minds trapped in a dark world for eternity unless they find someone else to pull the same thing on them. It also reveals you were a victim of this by a Shadow Person in the second game, and the ending comes down to you having to choose whether or not to continue the cycle by taking over another person or remaining in dark world forever.
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In Quantum Leap Sam takes over somebody's body in the past and that person takes his body in the present. Usually, the person in the present simply waits or sleeps through the experience, but one person escaped the facility and caused some trouble with a Grand Theft Me of his own.
At least, that was how the concept of leaping started out. The "rules" grew rather murky in the show's final seasons, sometimes hinting that Sam was taking on a person's appearance rather than inhabiting his or her physical body. (In one episode, for example, Sam leaps into a double amputee...but is still able to walk.)
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In Robb Returns, various characters have been possessed by the Old Gods or their ancestors, though with benevolent intentions.
One of the Stark's ancestors possesses Eddard in order to reestablish a pact with the Old Gods that secures the return of direwolves. He is also subsequently briefly possessed on several occasions by the Old Gods to give messages to people (and in one case enact a healing). Jon becomes similarly possessed so that Tyrion knows he must ride to the Nightfort.
Willas Tyrell, too, is possessed by the spirit of Mern IX, the last Gardener King who was killed by Aegon and his sisters at the Field of Fire.
Shireen is possessed by the Old Gods momentarily when she and Gendry find the hidden Godswood at Dragonstone.
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The Bounty Hamster episode "Trading Spaces" has a criminal stealing a body-swapping device and using it to do this.
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In Smallville, this is common.
Tina Greer has posed as Lex, Chloe, Whitney, Lana, Clark, Jonathan and her own mother. Eva Greer (who may or may not be related) has taken the form of Chloe - even passably fooling Clark.
Clark and Lionel once switched bodies, while Lionel was in prison.
Isobel had possessed Lana in season four, and brought back her fellow witches who possessed Lois and Chloe.
Dawn Stiles had possessed Lana, Martha, Lois, Clark, Chloe, as well as a few extras.
Jor-El once possessed Lionel.
A random ghost possessed Chloe in pursue of revenge.
Bizarro has killed multiple hosts during his Body Surf, then impersonated Clark for several weeks after becoming his physical double. Lana has taken it hook, line and sinker but Chloe realized he is not the real Clark.
Zod once possessed Lex, and Faora once possessed Lois.
Brainiac once possessed Chloe, knowing that Clark would never hurt her.
The Silver Banshee had possessed Chloe and Lois.
Isis once possessed Lois.
Darkseid once possessed Oliver.
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Stargate SG-1:
"Holiday": There is a device that swaps Daniel's consciousness with that of a very old man (who had apparently built the device for that purpose, to prolong his own life), as well as the minds of O'Neil and Teal'c. Hilarity Ensues.
The Goa'uld are all about this, especially since body-switching keeps the symbiote alive for up to thousands of years. The Tok'ra are something of a subversion of this trope, since they never take unwilling hosts and they share the body. So are the Asgard, who survive by swapping bodies with mindless clones created for this purpose.
And done significantly more seriously in SG-1's ninth season, except it is Daniel and Vala who (accidentally) seize control of bodies, only to (accidentally) leave just before getting them killed.
Later in the season, Vala jumps into Daniel's body from the Ori galaxy to warn SG1 of the coming Ori invasion.
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And of course, also in the 2003 anime, Ed steals the body of his alternate universe counterpart for about an hour before the counterpart dies, though he was forced into this by the villain and didn't want to steal said body.
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In The Vampire Diaries it has happened once in all the seasons so far.
Emily possessed Bonnie in Season 1.
Klaus possessed Alaric in Season 2.
And now Esther possessed Rebekah in Season 3.
As of the season 3 finale, Klaus now possesses Tyler, thanks to Bonnie.
As of Season 5, the Travelers make this into a way of life with their "Passenger spell", which allows them to merge with and control seemingly anyone. They do this to get around a curse that prevents them from being able to really settle down anywhere for good. The passengers control over the possessed body can be temporary or permanent, depending on the rituals performed, though a special knife can kill the passenger and restore the original self either way. Notable people possessed include Elena, Sheriff Forbes, and Tyler (again).
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine:
In "The Passenger", a disaster on a prisoner transfer ship frees a criminal with personality-transference implants hidden in his fingers, leaving the crew to play Spot the Imposter for the rest of the episode.
Inverted in "Invasive Procedures". Verad doesn't put his personality in Jadzia's body; he puts Jadzia's personality (well, part of it — the Dax symbiont) into his body.
The Prophets did this to Sisko's biological mother, Sarah, in order to ensure his existence. Once the Prophet left, she ran off.
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Kingdom Hearts I - Having become a Heartless years before the first game began, Ansem / Xehanort possesses Riku once Maleficent has unwittingly carried out most of his plan for him (his idea of a reward is to force her into her dragon form and point her at the heroes).
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Near the beginning of Devil Summoner, Kyouji Kuzunoha dies in a mysterious accident, and then the protagonist is killed by Sid Davis. He then wakes up in Kyouji's body. Later on, Kyouji (now in Takashi's body) hatches a plan to get his old body back by sending the protagonist to Hell, but it fails because he's been out of the body for too long.
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In Angel Heart, it turns out that Johnny Favorite did this rather gruesomely to the completely innocent Harry Angel to try and get out of his Deal with the Devil.
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In King Pinch, lich snatched the living man's body, but failed to destroy lifeforce, so victim managed to take his own discarded body in turn.
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In X-Men: Days of Future Past, Logan essentially steals the body of his counterpart from the new timeline when he snaps back after changing the future.
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Twin Peaks had at least four different people intermittently possessed by at least three different entities - both good and evil - all of which entities did so to hide who they were and what they were doing.
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Towards the end of Tales of Symphonia, Mithos has lost his body in a previous fight with the protagonists, though his soul lives on in his Cruxis Crystal. Realizing that the good guys are finally going to totally screw things up for him he attempts to steal Lloyd's body, only to have the character who most likes Lloyd in that specific file interrupt and get possessed instead. Mithos promptly uses their own body to kidnap them. Due to the possibility of this happening to one of seven characters, dialogue gets slightly Narmy from trying to avoid gender pronouns afterwards. Interesting observation, though: despite being Lloyd's dad, Kratos doesn't seem to lift a finger in this scene and is the only character who doesn't have the possibility of getting possessed. Granted he's just been beaten up, but still...
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The Dosadi Experiment by Frank Herbert. Wonderful way to prolong life indefinitely at the expense of others, for those who have enough power. In the end, shop is closed, but this little secret does not leak too far.
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In The Flash (2014):
Harrison Wells was replaced by Eobard Thawne, who took on Wells's appearance.
Season 4's Big Bad Clifford DeVoe does this to Ralph Dibny, after Body Surfing through several other metahumans beforehand, as Dibny's body was the only one that could contain so many metahuman abilities without degrading. Fortunately, it turned out that he had to keep Ralph's consciousness intact in order to keep the body alive and Ralph was eventually able to regain control.
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In The Metabarons, Honorata transfers her consciousness into the body of Oda, her son Aghnar's wife. Aghnar isn't aware of this until after Oda-Honorata already bears him a son. Things get worse from there.
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In Star Wars: The Old Republic Darth Zash tried to pull that on her apprentice, the protagonist of the Inquisitor story line. She has been living under a Force illusion for quite a while; in reality, her body is desiccated and almost dead-like. When Force techniques that preserve a dying body were no longer enough, she decided to perform an ancient ritual and transfer her consciousness into another person, extinguishing the host mind in the process. Being the sly Sith she is, she makes the protagonist prepare everything for the ritual without revealing its true purpose until the very end. It backfires hilariously.
In Knights of the Fallen Empire, this is Emperor Valkorion aka the Sith Emperor Vitiate's ultimate goal. Everything he put The Outlander through was done for the purpose of making The Outlander a suitable host body for his spirit. Like with Zash, it ultimately backfires.
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The Splinter: When players enter the Splinter, they think that they're taking on a computer-simulated form in a virtual reality game. They're actually doing this to some poor denizen of the Realm.
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In Kaguya Hime, clones are created to be used as organ donors for important personalities. The clones of course really resent learning this. It's played straight, albeit mildly, when the clones are killed and their organs transplanted... but then inverted when the cells of the clone attack the original's body until, somehow, the clone's personality and memories takes over the original's. Also, in one case, the transplant occurred the other way around and the clone was brainwashed to have the original's personality.
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Super Mario Bros.:
In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, a boss named Doopliss transforms into a shadow version of Mario. After the battle is over, the player learns that Doopliss actually swapped bodies with Mario. What follows is a bizarre confrontation, where Mario (in the shadow body) and one of his enemies must fight Doopliss (in Mario's body) and all the party members Mario has acquired by that point in the game. Bonus points because, unlike most examples of this, Doopliss stole Mario's NAME as well as his body; While as a shadow, Mario's voice is muted if he tries to say his name (as shown when Vivian says she can't hear him).
Cackletta does this in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. She takes over Bowser's body after she is reduced to a ghost and he is barely conscious. Worryingly, Bowser's body takes on several characteristics which her body had, and one two she didn't.
In a rare heroic example, Mario himself can do this as one of the main gameplay mechanics in Super Mario Odyssey. By throwing Cappy at them, Mario can possess things; not just standard enemies like Goombas, Koopas and Cheep Cheep, but also objects like fireballs or a rocket, and even other living creatures like frogs, people, and dinosaurs.
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In Hopscotch anyone can swap bodies with anyone else. One of the protagonists rents his body out to people who want to avoid unpleasant experiences.
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In Fallen, starring Denzel Washington, this is the villain's major ability. Specifically, he (the serial killer's spirit) can transfer to any person and take them over as long as they're within range. At the end of the movie, after Denzel lures him out to a secluded cabin and poisons himself so that the spirit won't be able to transfer to a new body, the killer reveals he's able to possess animals as well. It was actually revealed earlier in the movie, when he possessed a cat (otherwise having him possess one at the end would have been the worst kind of Ass Pull). It's possible he can only possess humans and cats, which would make more sense as to why he thought he'd be unable to find anything to possess in the woods.
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In Glen Duncan's I, Lucifer struggling writer Declan Gunn's body is possessed by none other than Lucifer himself, so that old Luce can sample the mortal life and a chance for redemption.
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In the Gargoyles world tour arc, the World Tourists meet up with a friend, Halcyon Renard, who has an advanced stage of multiple sclerosis bad enough that he is taking desperate measures to save his life. His solution is to transfer his consciousness into a magically-powered golem. However, Goliath convinces Renard that this is no way to live and he is eventually returned to his original body.
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Near the end of Eternal Sabbath, Isaac abandons his dying body and takes over Shuro's - while shunting Shuro's mind into his own body, which he set on fire while leaving. However, Mine and Sakaki arrive just before he does this, and Shuro hides his mind in Mine's head without Isaac's knowing it.
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Girl Genius:
The main purpose of the Geisterdamen seems to be finding a new body for their Goddess, "The Other" aka Lucrezia Mongfish, former wife of Bill Heterodyne and Agatha's mother, and when they get their hands on Agatha... After a subsequent encounter:
There are clues that The Other may be far older than Lucrezia and that she may have been merely another host body. For example, the Geisters mention having worshiped their deity for far longer than any human's lifespan. After a period of absence she appears to them as Lucrezia.
The Other appears to be making a habit of this. Concerned about her inability to maintain control over Agatha, she plans to hijack Zola's body instead. The twist this time: Zola's perfectly willing to share. Except not.
A rather unique twist on this form of possession is that The Other can possess multiple people at once, each being, essentially, a carbon copy of The Other. However, these copies do not share a consciousness or have a hive mind. Thus, they need to converse with each other in order to share information, for example That one of them has been tricked and is no longer in control of her host, Zola's, body. Zola plans to use this weakness to convince the other Others that she is one of them.
Some dialogue suggest there may be a "main repository" for The Other outside of space and/or time (from which its copies are drawn) which its copies can "upload" to, thereby updating the memories/knowledge of future "downloads".
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In the Red Daughter of Krypton storyline, Supergirl fought a body-snatcher enemy called Worldkiller-1. He stole the body of the leader of the Diasporan alien race and manipulated the Diasporans to wipe other races out. Then he met Supergirl, decided that a Kryptonian would be a much better host, and he tried to take over her body.
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In The Adventure Zone: Balance, the Animus Bell has this power, by forcibly removing a body's soul and allowing another to possess it. The liches who run Wonderland take advantage of this to send out their victims with claims of finding great treasure, thus luring in more adventurers for them to torment.
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This is Eddie's endgame in luring Mike back to Iron Hill in Channel Zero.
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In Strike the Blood the protagonist Koujou gets his body stolen by Yuuma, his childhood friend. Meanwhile, he is stuck in a girl's body.
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The (eventually revealed) main plot of Space Quest 6 is that evil old crone Sharpei hopes to use a combination of nanotechnology and a shrink ray to implant her brain into a host body, to extend her waning lifespan. She was originally planning to use series hero Roger (assuming that he "wouldn't be missed"), but ends up kidnapping his best friend/love interest Stellar instead, forcing Roger to make a rescue attempt.
Not the first time Roger had to fight this Trope, either. In the fourth (or twelfth game... Time Travel is involved), he has to fight Vohaul, who is possessing his Kid from the Future.
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Stacking takes place in a world populated by Russian matroyshka dolls and as such, the main character, as a particularly small doll, can "stack" within larger dolls and make use of their various abilities.
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In Yu-Gi-Oh!: Capsule Monsters, Alexander the Great does this on his descendent, Alex Brisbane.
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On Lost, the Man in Black can do this after being turned into the smoke monster by assuming the form of those who have died. He most notably does it to Locke during the last two seasons.
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Star Driver: Kou a.k.a. Needle Star's first phase power is to pull one of these — and she can let someone else take over a second person's body at the same time.
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In Hush, Hush, fallen angels spend all their time tracking down nephilim and forcing them to submit to possession for two weeks out of every year. The nephilim all hate this, but are targeted because they won't die from it, unlike humans. At the end of the story, Patch possesses Nora without her permission, and without warning. It's to fight off someone threatening her, but she still finds it terrifying.
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Animorphs. The primary antagonists of the series, the Yeerks, are basically sentient space-faring parasites whose only major power is to take over the body of another organism. Or, at least one with an ear canal and a brain. Making matters worse, many of the Yeerks are torn between being forced to crush another creature's free will beneath their pseudopod, or spending the rest of their life as a wretched fish-sized slug deprived of sight, hearing, and...well, just about everything. Made worse once a Yeerk has a taste of how parasitic good life can be, and the fact that their leaders are quite crazy.
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The Wheel of Time:
Attempted — the character Mordeth was a Knight Templar Evil Chancellor who lived roughly 2000 years before the main plot of the series, and he tried to fight the Dark One using his own methods. The result unleashed an Eldritch Abomination which consumed the city that was Mordeth's power base and left him immortal but trapped there. However, if Mordeth could convince a living person to accompany him beyond the city, he could steal their body and escape. In the first book, he tries this on Punch-Clock Villain Padan Fain- but since Fain had been altered already by the Dark One to become a Scarily Competent Tracker, the result was less a possession and more a merge. Mordeth/Fain became a major recurring villain in the series, has all sorts of weird superpowers, and as a result of the imperfect combination (and the Dark One's original taint on Fain) he's completely freakin' nuts.
A rare heroic example occurs in the final book. Rand switches bodies with Moridin. Moridin ends up dying in Rand's body, thanks to the unhealable wounds that Moridin himself inflicted on Rand.
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Super-villain Insect Queen takes over Lana Lang's body in Supergirl (Volume 5) issue #50.
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In Xenogears, the entity known as Miang Hawwa can manifest instantaneously in any one woman on the planet if the previous incarnation is killed. In the end, when her current vessel is defeated, she migrates into Elly.
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Dollhouse: Seemed almost inevitable for a show about brainwashed, sexy, young humans you can rent and have temporarily reprogrammed to be anyone you want. Sure enough, by episode 10 ("Haunted"), it comes up (briefly) when a murder victim is put inside one such body to confront her killer. Then, three episodes later, in "Epitaph One," we learn that soon, Rossum, the gigantic corporation running the whole thing, will put the Dolls' bodies up for sale as biological "upgrades" — new bodies for the minds of aging clients, and of course, corporate executives. "Epitaph Two" makes it worse, as Rossum executive Matthew Harding seems to wear his bodies with rich food and then discards them, putting himself in a new, fit body.
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Hector does this to Santa in the Evil Con Carne Christmas special, as a plan to insert mind-control devices to all the toys as his new take over the world plot. He was, fortunately, stopped by the Rudolph parody Rupert, who convinces Santa to break free from the mind control.
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Also the central plot of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode The Brain That Wouldn't Die, although that involves a woman's head (aka "Jan-in-the-Pan") being transplanted onto a new body. Given an unpleasant sexist spin by Jan-in-the-Pan's new body being selected by her husband, using predictable criteria.
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In Dragon Ball Super, this turns out to be the explanation behind Goku Black. He's an alternate future Zamasu who used the Super Dragon Balls to switch bodies with his timeline's Goku. Unlike Ginyu, he immediately killed Goku - and his entire family, just because he could.
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In Scrapland, D-Tritus is given a program that allows him to hack into The Great Database and overwrite any robot he wants.
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Star Trek: The Original Series:
The last episode "Turnabout Intruder", in which the Girl of the Week and Mad Scientist Dr. Janice Lester, used an alien device to swap her mind into Kirk's body (poor, desperate girl) in order to fulfill her dream of being a starship Captain, because, y'know, chicks can't do that stuff in The Future... Anyhoo, Hilarity Ensues, and we get to watch William Shatner act like an Large Ham with a side of girl, instead of the usual Large Ham.
"Return to Tomorrow" has the aliens of the week temporarily take over the bodies of Kirk, Spock and a female crewmember in order to build themselves new bodies. Unfortunately, the one in Spock's body has no intention of returning it.
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Reptile falls victim to this in his ending in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, which sees him getting possessed by the newly reborn Dragon King, Onaga. While still in Reptile's body, Onaga goes on to serve as the Big Bad for the series' next installment.
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Robert Adams' Horseclans series has the Witchmen; twentieth-century scientists who transfer their minds into new bodies to stay alive After the End. At first, this requires mechanical help, but they later learn to do without that.
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In A Song of Ice and Fire, Bran Stark does this repeatedly to his mentally disabled companion Hodor, which is implied to be a genuinely terrifying experience. This is one of the many pieces of Nightmare Fuel in the series, the implication being how easily a seven year old boy justifies taking over the body of his friend.
An even more horrifying example occurs when Varamyr Sixskins, a wildling skinchanger, decides to pull this on Thistle, a spearwife that had been helping him through the Haunted Forest. She then proceeds to claw her own eyes out, before being put out of her misery by a wight.
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In the chapter 4 finale of morphE features Asia Ellis having her body hijacked by a disembodied mage named Hizrim.
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Regular Show, in which an overachieving bodybuilder('s consciousness) steals Rigby's body after it forces Rigby's consciousness out in protest of him eating only (and too much) junk food.
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The DCU:
Golden Age supervillain known as the Ultra-Humanite had this as a constant modus operandi, swapping with, among others, a young fashion model and a white gorilla.
In the Elseworlds miniseries The Golden Age, the Ultra-Humanite is revealed to have joined the Nazis, transferred his brain into the body of a captured American hero, and returned to the US as America's favourite returning son. He runs for Congress and then holds a search for a truly exceptional young hero to become America's Greatest Ever Hero, Dynaman. Unbeknownst to the people, and especially to the new young hero, he's also saved Hitler's brain...
In Superman & Batman: Generations, another Elseworld, it's revealed that Ultra transferred his brain into the body of Lex Luthor after the pair were nearly killed in the very first story. This may well be a Lampshade Hanging on the fact that, in the very beginning, Ultra and Luthor were extremely similar (bald evil genius scientists who battled Superman).
Another character hires them later in the series to do the same for him, because he was born with so many crippling deformities that he's spent his entire life in a fluid-filled jar — even the air is poison to him. A bit closer to the original trope in that they clone someone else for him to transfer his mind into, but also a bit more different in that when the process is done, the clone kills the original, with his full consent.
Green Arrow is targeted for this in the "Quiver" storyline—but it actually works out in his favor; the villain had planned ahead and transferred his vast fortune to Green Arrow's ownership. When he winds up dying instead, GA gets to keep the money.
In Superman: The Doomsday Wars, Brainiac hijacks Doomsday's body when his frail body fails him. He notes that Doomsday's animalistic nature is fighting him, thus opting to steal the frail body of Lana Lang and Pete Ross' son, genetically modify him with Doomsday's DNA and use that as his new body. Pete comes to his son's rescue and Superman forces Brainiac out of Doomsday's body, forcing the psychic-powered maniac to hide in a new robotic body, his permanent home.
In the Red Daughter of Krypton storyline, Supergirl fought a body-snatcher enemy called Worldkiller-1. He stole the body of the leader of the Diasporan alien race and manipulated the Diasporans to wipe other races out. Then he met Supergirl, decided that a Kryptonian would be a much better host, and he tried to take over her body.
In Supergirl (1972) issue #8, the mythical Medusa curses the titular heroine and attempts to get her killed to take over her body.
Super-villain Insect Queen takes over Lana Lang's body in Supergirl (Volume 5) issue #50.
In Wonder Woman (2006) Doctor Psycho uses his abilities to body swap with Sarge Steel, thereby taking over the D.M.A. while preserving a version of Steel's mind imprisoned in his own incarcerated form, mostly to gloat at him.
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In Ultimate Spider-Man, Arnim Zola attempts to cement his takeover of S.H.I.E.L.D. by stealing Spider-Man's body and leaving him imprisoned in Zola's computer body as a result. Spider-Man was able to stop the process with help from Agent Venom and Rhino.
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The Case of Charles Dexter Ward looks like a case of this, but actually features an Identical Grandson compelled to resurrect his ancestor's corpse, who then kills him and takes his place.
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The War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches story "To Mars and Providence", which stars Lovecraft, has the Martians do this in a way similar to The Shadow Out of Time.
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In ICO, this is what the Evil Queen plans to do to Yorda, and why Ico has to rescue her.
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In Code Geass, Empress Marianne Vi Britannia has a Geass with this effect, allowing her to survive an assassination attempt without her enemies realizing by jumping into the body of a little girl who happened to witness the shooting. From that point in, she spent most of her time dormant, but could take full control of the girl's body whenever it was convenient.
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A twist midway though Self/Less: A rich, dying old man's mind is moved into a young body that was artificially grown for that purpose. Except that it wasn't, so he commits Grand Theft Me unknowingly and has to deal with the consequences when he finds out the truth.
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Queen La does this to Jane Porter in her final appearance in The Legend of Tarzan.
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In Needles Kane's ending in Twisted Metal: Head-On, he wishes to switch bodies with Calypso before ordering Calypso's men to kill the latter.
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In Chrono Cross, this happens to Serge. Apparently, someone needed to get around the whole Chosen One business, and switching bodies with Serge seemed like the best way to do it. Things get even more confusing later on.
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Sigma attempts this on X in the climax of Mega Man X3. He fails.
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In his debut in Ghost Sweeper Mikami, Dr. Chaos intends to do this to acquire Mikami's in-her-early-twenties body, and leave aside his original over-one-millennium-old body. However, while he does make a good move in swapping souls with her hapless assistant Tadao Yokoshima, he didn't do terribly much research into him, like his more lust-addled tendencies...
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In the Magic: The Gathering novel Shattered Alliance, Mairsil the Pretender is revealed to have escaped death by storing his soul inside his ring and tries to take over the body of pyromancer Jaya Ballard, who had been wearing the ring since Mairsil was killed in an earlier book.
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In The Goose Girl, the maidservant manages this by taking the heroine's identity en route to her wedding in a foreign country.
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In the After War Gundam X Sea of Lorelei arc, there's actually an heroic example of this trope. Lucille is a Girl in a Box with huge Psychic Powers who has been forcibly kept inside a capsule for 15 years and knows that the enemy is searching for her so they can force her become their Barrier Maiden... So she possesses the body of a teenage girl who not only has similar powers, but is the adoptive daughter of Lucille's former pupil, now a badass Team Dad and leader of the heroes of the story. That way she could guide the group towards herself, thwart the enemies's plans, and finally meet with her now grown-up pupil one last time so she could say goodbye before she could finally pass away in peace.
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In Superman: The Doomsday Wars, Brainiac hijacks Doomsday's body when his frail body fails him. He notes that Doomsday's animalistic nature is fighting him, thus opting to steal the frail body of Lana Lang and Pete Ross' son, genetically modify him with Doomsday's DNA and use that as his new body. Pete comes to his son's rescue and Superman forces Brainiac out of Doomsday's body, forcing the psychic-powered maniac to hide in a new robotic body, his permanent home.
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Ra in Stargate was an elderly, decrepit alien before taking over the body of a teenage Egyptian boy.
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Dio Brando JoJo's Bizarre Adventure lost his body and decided to rip his arch-enemy Jonathan Joestar's head off and replace it with his own. He keeps this body for the whole of the third major arc and its anime adaptation. Subverted at the end of Part 3, where DIO seems to do this to Joseph after Jotaro gives Joseph a live-saving transfusion of DIO's blood. Joseph starts acting like DIO pulled this off when he wakes up, only for it to turn out that he was just joking.
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Birth by Sleep: It turns out that the thing that possessed Riku was the result of a previous body-jacking: the original Xehanort took over Terra's body to increase his lifespan. In the same game, Vanitas commits this against Ven, although those two started out as one person; Ven defeats him but is rendered comatose.
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At the very end of the credits for X-Men: The Last Stand, there is an Easter Egg scene in which Professor Xavier, who was killed during the movie, is revealed to have implanted his mind into the body of a man who had been earlier revealed to have a functioning body, but no working mind. It is ironic because Xavier had lectured to a class earlier in the movie about the ethical dilemmas involved in such a transfusion of soul, so to speak.
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In Fallen Dragon (2001) by Peter F. Hamilton, the rulers of one planet take over the bodies of young criminals. They offer their technique to the leader of the corporation raiding their planet, but he is unimpressed because they don't do anything with their pseudo-immortality except maintain their power. The B7 council that secretly controls Earth in The Naked God does something similar by copying their memories to cloned bodies and instantly destroying the old one, unaware that those bodies also have souls that will pass on to The Beyond.
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Thundarr the Barbarian: The witch Circe does this to Ariel in the episode "Island of the Body Snatchers".
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Scanner Cop: While Zena is dying, Staziak scans her to find out where Karl Glock is hiding, following her into a mental world which is heavily implied to be Hell. She then tries to pull this trope on Staziak by taking over his body and letting him die in hers. He prevents it by scanning her mental projection.
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Twice on Lost in Space: In 'Follow the Leader' John Robinson is possessed by the soul of a conqueror; Doctor Smith in 'The Space Creature', so the eponymous monster can get to Will Robinson.
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The Dark Eye has a (rare) body swap spell that can be used for both cases. Without further interference it's temporary, but in case one of the bodies is killed, the swapped soul stays in the other one permanently.
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Thanatos's plan for Dyluck in Secret of Mana. Dyluck is forced to kill himself at the end to stop this.
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In Fairy Tail, Erza's mother, Irene, Was Once Human, but was converted into a dragon by her own dragon slayer magic when it ran out of control. Desperate to restore her humanity at all costs, she attempted to steal her still human infant daughter's body. The spell failed, since it needed someone compatible that didn't share her blood, so she discarded her daughter like trash and left her to die. When they meet again, and Irene discovers that Erza's friend, Wendy, is a fellow dragon slaying enchantress with a resistance to the dragonification process, she uses the spell to steal hers. Wendy manages to reverse the process by jumping into Irene's discarded body and using the spell herself, and it's eventually revealed at the end that Irene lied about the spell failing on Erza; it would have worked, but Irene snapped out of her madness before she could do it out of disgust with herself and left her at an orphanage out of fear that she would go through with it if/when she succumbed to madness and desperation again.
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In Superman & Batman: Generations, another Elseworld, it's revealed that Ultra transferred his brain into the body of Lex Luthor after the pair were nearly killed in the very first story. This may well be a Lampshade Hanging on the fact that, in the very beginning, Ultra and Luthor were extremely similar (bald evil genius scientists who battled Superman).
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Flight: The main character Zits is shot in the head and has a flashback where he is transformed into many historical characters.
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Warhammer 40,000:
Lucius the Eternal, a Slaaneshi champion has this as his shtick (besides the usual Slaaneshi depravity, and excellent swordsmanship). Anyone who kills him finds a copy of his armour forming from them, then their body starts warping into a copy of his, and eventually he's back while they are reduced to one more screaming face on his armour. It only happens if whoever was lucky enough to kill him takes "any amount of satisfaction" from it. If they don't, fine. If they have even the smallest feeling of relief at killing him then hey, you're fucked! Unless he gets killed by a daemon from another god, Necrons, Tyranids, or stray shots in battle.
Trazyn the Infinite, a Necron Overlord obsessed with obtaining relics, uses a form of this for his safety on the battlefield. Rather than risk destruction, he has implanted coding into many of his underling's coding that allow him to possess them. This means that it if his current host body is destroyed, there's a very good chance he'll immediately possess another one of his Royal Court.
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Shadowrun: Cognitive Fragmentation Disorder is the clinical term for infection by a nanovirus that overwrites the host's personality with its own. 100% infectious on contact and completely incurable.
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In El Goonish Shive, this is Sirleck's current goal.
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Titan's Forest: Kirrik can transfer her soul into others' bodies to avoid death or to replace a failing, aging body, forcing their own souls out and into whatever afterlife may exist. She plans to do this to [[Ular, but when she tries to do this in the climax her victim's god-bone amulet keeps her safe, so Kirrik steals the body of the rain goddess Ekhis instead. Unfortunately for her, however, a god's power resides strictly in their soul and she is left with a regular mortal body.]]
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Happens a lot to Lynn in Witches' Legacy. She can barely get through a game without someone - namely Elisabeth and Morgana - trying to steal her body.
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In Drowtales, Queen Diva'ratrika uses this idea to transplant her aura inside a slave's body as part of an escape plan to get out of the trap built by her 3 traitor daughters. It's unclear if the goal was to take over another body entirely, in which case it would be a partial failure, but her knowledge and influence remains - that is until Liriel gets herself drunk to shut down the voices in her head. (The whole story starts here). Eventually in the main story Diva does manage to completely take over the body, in the process changing Liriel's hair color to Diva's own purple and darkening her skin.
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Palpatine cloned himself and uses the Force to transfer his soul into new bodies to live eternally. However, one of his underlings paid to have the Clonemaster damage the genetic material of the clones, causing them to decay within a few weeks. He attempted to possess Leia's newborn Anakin Solo, but a Jedi-in-hiding that was traveling with the gang intercepted his spirit, and died, taking Palpatine's soul with him to the afterlife.
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Stargate Universe has the traveling stones, which allow for voluntary mind transfer. But on several occasions, once the swap occurs, the new occupant does things the original would never have condoned. When the original swaps back in, Hilarity Ensues.
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Thriller Restaurant does this when Anko's wart takes over the real Anko's body and mind, as well as forcibly trading faces with her victim. If it wasn't for Shou and his wasp, the wart would've been the only Anko left.
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The title character of Mulberry once tried to perform this on Sarah Palin, but she ended up switching bodies with Hillary Clinton instead.
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In Albion, the Iskai species does this regularly: The Trii of a newborn has some unique abilities during the first week of its life; if an adult Iskai (assuming it's a female in this case) touches the newborn's Trii against hers, she can transfer her entire self into the spirit of the child. She can then begin life anew in her newly acquired body, while the former, adult one dies at the same instant. This act is commonly referred to as the Sebai ritual. The child is obviously never asked.
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This as a key factor of the gameplay in Paradroid. The technical explanation given in the intro scroller of the game is that the player controls a helmet-like robot ("influence device") which can take over other robots, gaining access to their abilities (upgrade weaponry, movement speed and armor).
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In a rare heroic example, Mario himself can do this as one of the main gameplay mechanics in Super Mario Odyssey. By throwing Cappy at them, Mario can possess things; not just standard enemies like Goombas, Koopas and Cheep Cheep, but also objects like fireballs or a rocket, and even other living creatures like frogs, people, and dinosaurs.
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In The Matrix Revolutions, Bane's mind gets overwritten by Agent Smith, who in the previous movie developed the ability to turn anyone into a clone of himself. Bane's body then becomes Smith's gateway to the real world, leading to a terrifying scene.
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In The Nekropolis Archives, a werewolf named Honani kills a prostitute. The protagonist, Matthew Richter, exacts justice by extracting Honani's soul and transferring the murdered woman's soul into his body.
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Doctor Who:
Welcome aboard Chameleon Tours. We'll miniaturize you, steal your identity, and slowly drain the life from you. Hmm... what's that Police Box doing on the runway?
The Master has been known to do this from time to time:
In "The Keeper of Traken", the Master, at the end of the 13th and final regeneration of his Time Lord body, which is hideously decayed, steals the body of a major leader. However, he considers this a temporary situation and spends much of the rest of the original series determined to extend his life, preferably through a new set of regenerations.
In the 1996 TV movie, he takes over yet another hapless human and attempts to steal the Doctor's body.
The Master takes this to the ultimate extreme in "The End of Time" part 1 by turning THE ENTIRE HUMAN RACE into HIMSELF!
Happens repeatedly in "New Earth", where Cassandra takes control of Rose's body to replace her old dying, immobile body.
She even spends some time hijacking The Doctor's body. Hilarity Ensues:
When hijacking a plague victim: "Oh, sweet lord! I look disgusting!"
She finally ends it in the body of her abject worshipper, Chip, for her last few minutes of life]''
"Utopia": Remember the Chameleon Arch, the Gadget Watch that can serve as a Soul Jar for a Time Lord temporarily turned into another species, such as a human? And remember that opening the watch will turn the Time Lord back to normal? Well, unlike John Smith in the earlier story, Professor Yana doesn't get any warning of what will happen when he opens his pocket watch and The Master takes over.
Happens to the TARDIS in "The Doctor's Wife". As a slight twist, the body snatcher stuffs the original inhabitant into a specially prepared brain-drained slave, not its old form.
A story arc in the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip: A fish-like alien tries to replace the Eighth Doctor's human companion Izzy, looking to escape their past. The plan backfires, the bodysnatcher dies, and Izzy ends up stuck in the other body with apparently no way to return to normal. Several stories pass with Izzy struggling with her now-inhuman appearance, before the bodysnatcher turns out to be not so dead...
In the Twelfth Doctor novel The Crawling Terror, an insectoid alien general uses this technique to swap consciousnesses with Clara Oswald — and their bodies are on different planets at the time. The Doctor has to figure out how to reprogram the machine that facilitated this to reverse it.
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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series. Tea is mind controlled by Crump, which doesn't happen in the original series. It is corrected when Marik Ishtar forcibly evicts Crump a few episodes later, especially since Crump was trying, and failing, at impersonating Tea.
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The Pirates of Dark Water features an episode in which Ren switches places with Bloth and Konk switches places with Niddler; Bloth orchestrated this with the assistance of his soothsayer Morpho as a way to get Ren's shipmates to trust him and get his hands on the treasures.
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Yu-Gi-Oh!:
The Virtual World filler arc revolves around this, most of the action involves the villains dueling the heroes to win the right to take over their bodies. The only one who succeeds is one of the Big Five, Nesbitt, who takes over Tristan's body after he deliberately loses a duel in order to save Joey's sister, Serenity. According to this arc, this is also why Gozaburo Kaiba adopted Seto in the first place; he envisioned him as a replacement body first for his seriously-injured son, and then for himself.
In Yu-Gi-Oh!: Capsule Monsters, Alexander the Great does this on his descendent, Alex Brisbane.
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Happens a couple of times in T.A. Pratt's Marla Mason series. First, with the sorcerer and his young apprentice in San Francisco's Chinatown in the first book, and then also in book 4 when Rondeau inadvertently steals B's body.
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Karin-dou 4koma: Elza refuses to have sex with her maid Mifi due to Mifi's Virgin Power. One of Mifi's many attempts to change this is to use one of Seren's potions to swap bodies with Elza, with the intent of raping Elza with her own body.
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The more modern version is done in House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer, where Matt turns out to be a clone raised only for his organs.
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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky has this as Dusknoir's back-up plan; he's going to lure Grovyle to a frozen tundra whose trees have the power to destroy souls, kill him, take over his body, travel to the past to befriend the guild, and then destroy everyone there. Or at least was, until he pulled a Heel–Face Turn at the last moment.
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In Hack/Slash, the horribly-burned Laura does a Body Swap with Vlad for this purpose.
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In All of Me, an heiress (Lily Tomlin) who was sick all her life wished to migrate into a younger, healthy body, that of a volunteer, upon her imminent death. The volunteer thought it was all superstitious nonsense, and only wanted to be named as the heir. Of course, it all went to hell, and the heiress ended up sharing brain-space with her lawyer, played by Steve Martin.
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In Fable: The Lost Chapters, Big Bad Jack of Blades is revealed to be an ancient entity living inside his mask, who has spent aeons influencing the world by moving from host body to host body.
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In addition to trying to turn your ghost into an assassin, the villainous plot of Geist also involves giving your now-empty body to a demon. Similar possessions happen during gameplay as well, and there is even a deathmatch mode revolving entirely around taking over someone's body and throwing it into a bottomless pit or similar.
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In the John Carter of Mars series, the mad scientist Ras Thavas does this through brain transplantation in the book "Master Mind of Mars", and makes a living out of it. Early on, the story's Big Bad, an ugly queen, pays him to have her body switched with that of a very beautiful young woman, setting in motion the main plot of the book.
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Cibo from Blame! pulls of the heroic version of this a few times. First she hijacks Sana-Kan's body after her own went all head-asplode-y. After the evil robot manages to break through all the Mind Rape ten or so years later Cibo takes over of her past self's who was unfortunate enough to be shunted into the fight by the gravity furnace.
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South Park:
Spoofed in the episode "Pip", which hijacks a retelling of Great Expectations by having Miss Havisham plot to transfer her soul into Estella's body.
Done more seriously when, halfway through a mystic Carib blood ritual to separate Kenny's soul from Cartman, Chef's parents suddenly realize he hasn't brought a "victim child" to transfer the soul into.
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In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, a boss named Doopliss transforms into a shadow version of Mario. After the battle is over, the player learns that Doopliss actually swapped bodies with Mario. What follows is a bizarre confrontation, where Mario (in the shadow body) and one of his enemies must fight Doopliss (in Mario's body) and all the party members Mario has acquired by that point in the game. Bonus points because, unlike most examples of this, Doopliss stole Mario's NAME as well as his body; While as a shadow, Mario's voice is muted if he tries to say his name (as shown when Vivian says she can't hear him).
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The villains of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks plot to have a demon possess Zelda's body. The princess is justifiably... displeased... when she learns this.
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In Akatsuki Blitzkampf, this is one of the many powers wielded by Mycale. Since she's the spirit of a Wicked Witch who has been on the loose since the Middle Ages, she uses the bodies of young women with magic and fighting potential to keep herself inside the Enemy Civil War in the Nebulous Evil Organization known as Gessellschaft. In-story her host is the 14-year-old Kati, but in Anonym's ending she "surfs" her way into Anonym's body...
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A Mage's Power: After the shaman of Kyraa gives Eric the spirit of Dengel, she warns him to never give Dengel full control of his body, because if he does, then this could be the result. At the climax, he crosses the Godzilla Threshold and does it anyway.
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Variable Geo: The purpose of the VG tournament is to gauge which of the participants is the most powerful, making them the ideal host to use as Miranda's vessel. When The Jahana Group learns that Satomi's latent fighting potential is one of the highest on record, they manipulate her into entering the tournament to that end.
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On Once Upon a Time, Peter Pan casts a spell that allows him to steal Henry's body in order for him to escape Neverland and to avoid being sucked into Pandora's Box.
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Unique variant: in Surrogates, the remote-control body of Peters is hijacked by not one, but two different characters, one of whom had Peters' real body murdered in order to use the robot as The Mole.
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In Malediction Trilogy Anushka the witch has survived for five hundred years by repeteadly transfering her soul into the body of a female descendant.
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Muramasa: The Demon Blade:
Happens to Momohime; Jinkuro, her possessor, accidentally possesses Momohime while trying to possess Yukinojo, another powerful samurai and Momohime's betrothed.
Also happens to Arashimaru in his second ending.
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In the "Old Money" arc in Bruno the Bandit, Bruno marries rich old Lady Decrepta, only to later find out she's Maledict's sister and through a certain spell, she and her original husband's souls could be transferred to new, younger bodies again and again.
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This is the villain's plot in Being John Malkovich; all the major characters including Malkovich himself are more-or-less tricked into doing the work for him.
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Brainstorm (dressing as Frankenstein) pretends to do this to Socrates in Calvin and Hobbes: The Series.
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Ducktalez: In episode 3, Vegeta switches bodies with Scrooge to get a taste of his power. This winds up backfiring when he discovers Scrooge's flatulence problem and can't bring himself to control it.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
In "The Witch", teenager Amy Madison's witch mother swaps bodies with her so that the mother can have a second shot at eternal fame and glory as a high school cheerleader.
Then in the fourth season, Faith gets a posthumous gift of Applied Phlebotinum from the Mayor that lets her pull this trick on Buffy.
A rare heroic version occurs when Willow is kidnapped by Amy and Warren. She possesses Buffy to lead her to where she is imprisoned.
And the Scoobies again possess Buffy, giving her all their powers in return, to help fight Adam.
Warren nearly succeeded in stealing Willow's body.
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Done slightly more seriously in the Stargate Atlantis episode "The Long Goodbye".
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The Pieces Lie Where They Fell: When Page first meets Fluttershy, the spirit of Balance has temporarily taken over the pegasi’s body to speak to her, in part because Fluttershy herself is too shy to speak on her own behalf. Later on, during Wind Breaker's chat with Applejack's spirit, Balance suddenly takes control of her body before she can give away too much information, and says as much to Wind Breaker. When Night Blade and Rainbow Dash are talking, Balance tries to hijack Rainbow Dash's body so it can apologize to Night Blade for some of its earlier actions, but she No Sells the hijacking and tells Balance to come in and speak as itself, which it does.
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After you defeat the Dark Lord in Miitopia, it is revealed that it was a mere bystander that was possessed by a vile entity called the Dark Curse. Said Dark Curse then tries to pull another Grand Theft Me on the player character, but the Great Sage takes the blow instead to protect them. Cue the Darker Lord, which gained the abilities of the Great Sage.
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Kaine in NieR is partially possessed by the shade Tyrann, and he threatens to fully take over when she comes close to death or is overtaken by the Black Scrawl. And in endings C and D, that's exactly what happens.
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In the Towers Trilogy, Xhea's closest-kept secret is that she once assisted in one. She aided the spirit of Addis Edren in taking over the body of his younger brother Lorn Edren.
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In the sequel of Paperinik New Adventures, Pk 2, Cormack Trentor switches his body with Paperinik's and plans to use it to get revenge on Anymore Boring, Everett Ducklair's right hand man, since he caused him to lose his job and be arrested.
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In Fire Emblem Awakening, the Avatar was born to be a victim of this for Grima. Making things worse is that, in a way, they already are Grima. They weren't just born, but actually they were bred to become this. The Grimleal cult has been carrying a Super Breeding Program to get the perfect Soul Jar for Grima for at very least four generations. The Avatar is just the most perfected and pure "product" of it.
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This is the specialty of Final Fantasy VIII's Big Bad Ultimecia, who possesses every sorceress she can get her hands on: Edea, Rinoa and Adel, in that order. Luckily everyone makes a full recovery and Ultimecia is defeated. (Besides, she borrows instead of steals.)
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Dragon Ball Z:
Shortly after Goku's long-awaited arrival on the planet Namek, the leader of the Ginyu Force reveals his special ability of switching bodies at will. Naturally he keeps his own voice in Goku's body (and Bulma's, later) and vice versa.
And in the movie World's Strongest, Doctor Wheelo is a scientist who lost his body in an avalanche. His brain is living in a giant mecha until he can find the world's strongest fighter and take their body.
In Dragon Ball Super, this turns out to be the explanation behind Goku Black. He's an alternate future Zamasu who used the Super Dragon Balls to switch bodies with his timeline's Goku. Unlike Ginyu, he immediately killed Goku - and his entire family, just because he could.
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The boys from Plumbing the Death Star hypothesize that if every disagreement in the Freaky Friday universe resulted in people switching bodies, people would come to abuse this by having children and raising them in anticipation of switching bodies with them. This would essentially allow for anyone to achieve immortality, so long as they can reliably have children and reliably be okay with letting them die.
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Any magician in the The Bartimaeus Trilogy who summons a demon into his own head risks this, as Quentin Makepeace and his followers found out.
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The Adventure of the Antiquarian's Niece, a Sherlock Holmes/H. P. Lovecraft-inspired short story by Barbara Hambly.
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Star Trek: Voyager
In "Warlord", though this time, the thief dies a few seconds before stealing Kes' body. That he is able to fool even Neelix for as long as he does is just a bit disturbing.
In "Vis á Vis", an alien criminal swaps bodies with Tom Paris.
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The Powers of Harmony: Cetus was already guilty of possessing Rarity, but she upgrades to this when she steals Celestia's body and sealing away her Lifeforce in the Sun.
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Brainiac once possessed Chloe, knowing that Clark would never hurt her.
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New World of Darkness:
This is how immortality works for Body Thieves from Immortals.
The spell "Steal Body" (from the Free Council sourcebook) causes this, with a caveat: "The mage rips soul from body and possesses the target’s now-vacant form, leaving the victim and the mage’s former body dead." Any mage who is a Master of Death and a Disciple of Life is capable of casting the spell, including the protagonists. Out of all other spells that extend life, this is the only one that allows a mage to actually live forever without becoming a soul-eating Tremere Lich, and it neatly avoids the logistical problems of Undead Tax Exemption. The mage still has to commit murder every several decades, but that's still preferable to eating a soul every month.
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Charmed: A few cases of this but one in particular is Freaky Phoebe where an evil witch named Mara takes over Phoebe's body.
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Dragonlance:
In the Dragonlance Legends books, the evil archmage Fistandantilus has been doing this to his most skilled apprentices for centuries — he steals not only the bodies but also, it is implied, the arcane powers of his victims. He meets his downfall when Raistlin Majere turns the trick around and steals Fistandantilus's body, along with all the centuries of magical power he's accumulated. Curiously, this does not cause Raistlin to assume Fistandantilus's appearance. Instead, he reverts to the appearance he himself had before the Test. Why the spell works differently for Raistlin is unclear; perhaps because Fistandantilus dies as Raistlin completes the ritual.
In 3 Wizards Too Many it turns out that at first Fistandantilus "hunted" in other worlds where he was not notorious (wider choice of victims, lesser risk that someone will track and thwart his plot), but eventually ran afoul of both Elminster, who used the Dragon Breath spell when they last met, and Mordenkainen, who too somehow "taught him the wisdom of staying closer to home" (all 3 lived in adjacent crystal spheres).
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In X-Men: Apocalypse, the titular villain has kept himself alive for millennia by transferring his consciousness into host mutant bodies, accumulating powers from each mutant he transfers himself into; for example, the most recent host had a Healing Factor. In the present day, his plan is to transfer his consciousness into Professor Xavier, so he can "Be everywhere. Be everyone."
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Cleopatra 2525 has an episode, "In Your Boots", where recurring villian Creegan does this to Hel.
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In an episode of The Tick entitled "Tick vs. Science," Chairface Chippendale uses the mind transfer device created by J.J. Vatos to hijack The Tick's body.
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Dragonvarld: This is the practice of the Mistress of Dragons, who never actually dies, instead living on in the form of a carefully chosen successor. The real people are still alive, but wish that they weren't.
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Dream Drop Distance takes this Up to Eleven: Xehanort's ultimate plan is revealed to be splitting his heart across thirteen vessels. He's got Xigbar, Saix, and at least two time-travelling versions of himself. With Riku now "resistant" to darkness, he tries to turn Sora, of all people, into the 13th. At this point, he's practically The Virus...
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The Matrix franchise:
Agents are able to do this to muggles any time they wish, which makes them nigh-impossible to escape and forces the Heroes into the ethical grey area of having to murder people before they are possessed.
In The Matrix Revolutions, Bane's mind gets overwritten by Agent Smith, who in the previous movie developed the ability to turn anyone into a clone of himself. Bane's body then becomes Smith's gateway to the real world, leading to a terrifying scene.
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Kingdom Hearts:
Kingdom Hearts I - Having become a Heartless years before the first game began, Ansem / Xehanort possesses Riku once Maleficent has unwittingly carried out most of his plan for him (his idea of a reward is to force her into her dragon form and point her at the heroes).
Birth by Sleep: It turns out that the thing that possessed Riku was the result of a previous body-jacking: the original Xehanort took over Terra's body to increase his lifespan. In the same game, Vanitas commits this against Ven, although those two started out as one person; Ven defeats him but is rendered comatose.
Dream Drop Distance takes this Up to Eleven: Xehanort's ultimate plan is revealed to be splitting his heart across thirteen vessels. He's got Xigbar, Saix, and at least two time-travelling versions of himself. With Riku now "resistant" to darkness, he tries to turn Sora, of all people, into the 13th. At this point, he's practically The Virus...
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Sgt. Frog
Alien invader frog Kururu, following the orders of his commander Keroro, creates a Gashapon machine that steals the body of the one who activates it, allowing anyone else to swap bodies with that person afterwards.
In the manga, Keroro switched bodies with Natsumi and irritated her to the point where she attacked him in her own body. That was actually his plan since the start. He recorded the footage and gave it to his father, claiming that he was the one attacking a human girl in the video.
In the anime, season 2 (Japanese season number), Keroro stole Natsumi's body to find her "weakness", but the situation quickly devolved into a "Freaky Friday" Flip.
Later in season 6, Kururu switched bodies with Natsumi's grandmother, using that to make her obey him and Keroro. In the same story, after discovering what had happened, Natsumi switched bodies with Keroro's mother and had her revenge. However... Keroro's mother just disappears with Natsumi's body afterwards, wanting to sightsee Earth. Eventually she goes on a date with Giroro, buys a bikini and goes to the beach with him.
In season 7, Keroro planned to switch bodies with Tamama, but everything goes out of control and he ends up switching accidentaly with a human girl, Momoka... who decides to not tell anyone about the situation in order to hang around with her crush, Fuyuki, for longer. And the Fuyuki who was with her turns out to be Tamama, who switched bodies with Fuyuki and locked the real one, who was in Tamama's body, inside a cardboard box.
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In Locke & Key, using the Ghost Door will cause your spirit to leave your body, giving you a quite literal out-of-body experience. Unfortunately, this is a perfect opportunity for someone else to use the door, then reenter your body instead of their own. Eventually, Dodge possesses Bode's body in this way, then impersonates him to the rest of the family.
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"The Thing on the Doorstep" is based on this concept: A man's wife is, in fact, his father-in-law, who now has designs to retake a male body.
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In Record of Lodoss War, Karla the Grey Witch did this to both the priestess Leylia and the thief Woodchuck. Leylia got better. Woodchuck did NOT.
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Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke was a British superheroine who - after a very convoluted series of events even by 90s X-Men storyline standards - thought she'd been changed to appear Asian, only to find out she'd actually had her mind swapped with a Japanese assassin named Kwannon (who happened to have identical powers to Betsy's ... and to have purple hair like Betsy). Eventually, Kwannon died while still in Betsy's original body, and Betsy's been Asian (physically, at least) ever since, in a rare example of a body swap that stuck.
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Cackletta does this in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. She takes over Bowser's body after she is reduced to a ghost and he is barely conscious. Worryingly, Bowser's body takes on several characteristics which her body had, and one two she didn't.
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Gravity Falls: In "Sock Opera", Dipper agrees to let Bill take a puppet, thinking that Bill meant one of the sock puppets nearby and that Bill would give Dipper the password for the laptop he'd found in a previous episode (or at the very least help him figure it out, since he'd promised "a hint"). This does not go particularly well - when Dipper agrees out of desperation, Bill reveals that Dipper was the puppet in question, and promptly possesses him. On top of that, the "hint" wasn't even for the laptop's password.
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Businesswoman Christina Bell develops a Joker-level obsession with Batman, even thinking they're lovers.
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I Sit Behind The Eyes: This is the MO of the titular Eldritch Abomination. It usurps the soul of a chosen victim and gains their memories and characteristics. However, it instantly forgets its previous memories, resulting in a Tomato in the Mirror scenario. This is a rare heroic example, as it only possesses people who threaten the lives of others.
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Captain America villain the Red Skull uses this as his form of immortality. At first he used a clone of Cap, pointing out that it was doubly suitable not only to tweak his nemesis but also because Cap is a "perfect Aryan". Since then, he's had to find other "hosts". In Captain America: Reborn, the Skull even attempts to do to this to a resurrected Cap, who had just been pulled out of time. It didn't stick.
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At the end of Please Don't Tell My Parents I Have a Nemesis, Penny's robotic duplicate attempts to foil her plan by switching bodies with her. It's then foiled by Penny's invention power, who is now in Penny's organic body while she inhabits the robot body.
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In Star Trek: The Next Generation, Dr. Ira Graves somehow is able to upload his consciousness onto Data.
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 Red Skull / Comicbook
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Supergirl (1972) (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Adopted Displaced / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Beast Wars Fan Series / Fan Fic
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Breaking Point / Fan Fic
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Entropy / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Infinity / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Queen of Blood / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 React Watch Believe Yikes / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Pieces Lie Where They Fell / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 TheShatteringOfOz
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 The Soul Cage / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Unexpected Love Life of Dusk Shine / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Thomas Abridged / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Weight of the World / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 XCOM: RWBY Within / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 A Boy, a Girl and a Dog: The Leithian Script (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 A Diplomatic Visit (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Code: Total Drama Reality / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 CRISIS: Equestria (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Drakonophobia (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ennea Series (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Little Witch Academia Mirrored (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Possibility Engine (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Seven Days in Sunny June (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Dark Lords of Nerima (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Elements of Harmony and the Savior of Worlds (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 With This Ring (Fanfic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Chocolat / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Get Out / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ghostbusters
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Insidious / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Pokémon Detective Pikachu / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Scanners / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Terminator Genisys / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Rise of Skywalker / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Testament of Dr. Mabuse / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Thing (1982) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Total Recall (1990) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 X-Men: Apocalypse / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 X-Men: Days of Future Past / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 XX / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 BIONICLE (Franchise)
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Evillious Chronicles (Franchise) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Kingdom Hearts (Franchise) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Matrix (Franchise) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Battlefailed (Lets Play) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Twitch Plays Pokémon Crystal Anniversary (Lets Play) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Utterly Mad Zone (Lets Play) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dirty Pair / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Haiyore! Nyarko-san / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Izure Shinwa No Ragnarok / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Sorcerer Stabber Orphen / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Strike the Blood / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 A Land Fit for Heroes / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Bruce Coville's Book of... / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Coldfire Trilogy / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Darth Bane / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Deepgate Codex / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Demon Squad / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dragonlance / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ex-Heroes / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Fighting Fantasy / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Heralds of Valdemar / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Inheritance Cycle / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 John Carter of Mars / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 John Golden / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Kane / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 KingmakerKingbreaker
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Legacy of the Dragokin
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Lucifer's Star / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Majipoor Series / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Morgaine Cycle
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Mythos Academy / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Otherland / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Revelation Space / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Shadow of the Fox / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Shannara
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Tairen Soul / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Takeshi Kovacs / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Anubis Gates
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 The Bright Falls Mysteries / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Case of Charles Dexter Ward / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Divine Comedy / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Heritage of Shannara / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Innsmouth Legacy / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Jewel of Seven Stars
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 The Lords of Satyr / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Nexus Series / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Princess Series / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Saga of the Noble Dead / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Sisters Grimm / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Zombie Knight / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Wild Cards / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Wild Ride / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 World of Tiers / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 ZoeMartinique
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles (Machinima) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 AdditionalEvilOverlordListCellblockA
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 AdditionalEvilOverlordListCellblockE
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 FederationOfTheHub
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Horseclans
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 JulioCortazar
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 LockIn
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 LukeSkywalkerAndTheShadowsOfMindor
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Patternist
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Ptitlebwxkun8y
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Rise
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 ScarletWitch
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Shannara
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Soul Power
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 StarBright
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 StephenDedman
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 SupermanAndBatmanGenerations
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 TheBookOfStoriesOCT
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 TheGoldenAge
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 TheRagwitch
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 WildRide
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Black Clover (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Boruto (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Claymore (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dai no Daibouken (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Deadman Wonderland (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Gunnm (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Hades Project Zeorymer (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Haunted Junction (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 MÄR (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 MPD Psycho (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Muhyo and Roji (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Natsuyuki Rendezvous (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Pandora Hearts (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Project ARMS (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Pure Trance (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Reiko the Zombie Shop (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Senyuu. (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Sgt. Frog (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Soul Eater (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 UQ Holder! (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Vampire Knight (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Wedding Peach (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Yozakura Quartet (Manga) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Pig Bride (Manhwa) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Ruler Of The Land (Manhwa) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 ZeroTheBeginningOfTheCoffin
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Plumbing the Death Star (Podcast) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Adventure Zone: Balance (Podcast) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Torchwood: The Lost Files (Radio)
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Digimon Forum RP (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Record of Lodoss War (Roleplay) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 TheBiogate
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Touhou: a Glimmer of an Outside World (Roleplay) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 When Universes Collide (Roleplay) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Channel Zero / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Charmed (1998) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Charmed (2018) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dollhouse / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Eureka / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Killer Women
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Legend of the Seeker / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Medium / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Misfits / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Night Gallery / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Part of Me / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Power Rangers S.P.D. / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Red Dwarf / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Samurai Sentai Shinkenger / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Star Trek: Discovery / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Star Trek: The Original Series / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Stargate Universe / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Avengers (1960s) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Confessions of Dorian Gray / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Twilight Zone (2002) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Todd and the Book of Pure Evil / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Travelers / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Xena: Warrior Princess / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Eclipse Phase (Tabletop Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Little Fears (Tabletop Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Numenera (Tabletop Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Shadowrun (Tabletop Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Splinter (Tabletop Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Advanced Variable Geo (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Alone in the Dark (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Amnesia: The Dark Descent (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Assassin's Creed: Revelations (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Batman: Arkham Knight (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Beneath a Steel Sky (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Blood (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Bravely Second (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Castlevania: Chronicles of Sorrow (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Chains of Satinav (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Chrono Cross (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ciel nosurge (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 City of Heroes (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Crysis (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Devil Summoner (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015) (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dragon Ball Xenoverse (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Drakensang (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dual Hearts (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Fate/EXTRA (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Final Fantasy Tactics (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 First Encounter Assault Recon (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ghost Trick (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Hell Night (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 ICO (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Jeanne d'Arc (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Knights of the Old Republic (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ksiaze I Tchorz (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Kuon (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Mitadake High (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 NieR (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Pathfinder: Kingmaker (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Phantasy Star Universe (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Puzzle Quest (Video Game)
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Ragnarok (Roguelike) (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Rune Factory Oceans (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Scrapland (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Secret of Mana (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Soul Hackers (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Space Quest (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Supa Robo Gakuen (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Super Mario Odyssey (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Tales of Monkey Island (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Tales of Rebirth (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Tomb Raider (2013) (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Witches' Legacy / Videogame / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Akatsuki Blitzkampf / Videogame / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dark Parables / Videogame / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dark Tales / Videogame / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Maken X (Video Game) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 NieR: Automata / Videogame / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (Visual Novel) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Princess Waltz (Visual Novel) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Unforgotten Realms (Web Animation) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Mission Code High School (Web Video)
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 The Shades (Web Video)
seeAlso
Grand Theft Me
 Xonic S (Web Video) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Archie Sonic Online (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Comic Shorts (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Dragon Ball Multiverse (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Drowtales (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 JoJo's Bizarre Summer Break (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Legend of Bill (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Mulberry (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Roomies!, It's Walky!, Joyce and Walky! (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Dragon Doctors (Webcomic) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Neopets (Website) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Action Man (2000) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Adventures of the Gummi Bears / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Aladdin: The Series / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Avengers, Assemble! / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Batman Beyond / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Batman: The Brave and the Bold / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Ben 10 / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Bounty Hamster / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Captain Planet and the Planeteers / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Di-Gata Defenders / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Grojband / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Jackie Chan Adventures / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Monster Buster Club / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Runaway Brain / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Real Ghostbusters / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Superhero Squad Show / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Transformers Animated / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 All-New Ghost Rider (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Death's Head (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Red Daughter of Krypton (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Spider-Girl (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 W.I.T.C.H. (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Wonder Woman (Rebirth) (Comic Book) / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 A Growing Affection / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Beast Wars Fan Series / Fan Fic / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Stargate / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Morgaine Cycle / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Red Tape War / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me
 The Legend of Tarzan / int_c6102eb0
type
Grand Theft Me