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{{Species
'''Hamelin demon''' was a symbiotic creature who traps its victims within its dimension, with illusions based on the individual child's dream.
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|Image = Hamelin demon.png
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|Caption = A Hamelin attacks the Scooby Gang.
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|Appear = ''[[I Wish, Part One]]''
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|Powers = *Create interdimensional portals
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*[[Mind manipulation]]
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== History ==
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' was a species of symbiotic [[demon]]s, who trapped its victims in their dimension with illusions based on the individual childhood’s dream. They had the appearance of an agglomerate of eyes with long tentacles.
A Hamelin demon infested a building in Tenderloin, San Francisco, and, targeting children on the verge of losing their childhood, made 25 children disappear in a span of three decades. When the [[Scooby Gang|Scoobies]] went to exorcise what they believed to be a haunting, the demon trapped until they in an illusion based on their respective child's dreams. They were able to free themselves and the missing children by refusing the reality the demon created.
 
   
== Behind the Scenes ==
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==History==
* Hamelin's name is based on the tale of the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin Pied Piper of Hamelin], which tragically ends with the piper attracting children away from the city.
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A Hamelin demon infested a building in Tenderloin, San Francisco. It targeted children on the verge of losing their childhood, making 25 [[human]] children disappear in three decades. The sound of those trapped scared out the residents’ building, so the landlord contacted [[San Francisco Police Department|S.F.P.D.]] detective [[Robert Dowling]] to solve the case.
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The [[Scooby Gang]] then went to exorcise what they believed to be a haunting, but the demon attacked and trapped them in its dimension, with a collective illusion based on their respective childhood’s dreams. Despite temporally modifying their memories, they were able to free themselves, as well as the missing children, by refusing the reality the demon created. Although, as each Scooby began to demonstrate mistrust of this reality, the Hamelin would transform those fantasied (notably parents) in amorphous purple creatures who attacked them.<ref>''[[I Wish, Part One]]''</ref>
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==Behind the scenes==
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*Hamelin’s name is based on the tale of the [[Wikipedia:Pied Piper of Hamelin|Pied Piper of Hamelin]], which notably ends with the piper attracting children away from the town.
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==Appearances==
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*''[[I Wish, Part One]]''
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==References==
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{{References}}
   
== Appearances ==
 
* ''[[I Wish, Part One]]''
 
[[Category:Demons]]
 
 
[[Category:Demon species]]
 
[[Category:Demon species]]
 
[[Category:Scooby Gang enemies]]
 
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[[Category:Interdimensional beings]]

Latest revision as of 13:23, September 13, 2018


Hamelin demon was a species of symbiotic demons, who trapped its victims in their dimension with illusions based on the individual childhood’s dream. They had the appearance of an agglomerate of eyes with long tentacles.

HistoryEdit

A Hamelin demon infested a building in Tenderloin, San Francisco. It targeted children on the verge of losing their childhood, making 25 human children disappear in three decades. The sound of those trapped scared out the residents’ building, so the landlord contacted S.F.P.D. detective Robert Dowling to solve the case.

The Scooby Gang then went to exorcise what they believed to be a haunting, but the demon attacked and trapped them in its dimension, with a collective illusion based on their respective childhood’s dreams. Despite temporally modifying their memories, they were able to free themselves, as well as the missing children, by refusing the reality the demon created. Although, as each Scooby began to demonstrate mistrust of this reality, the Hamelin would transform those fantasied (notably parents) in amorphous purple creatures who attacked them.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Hamelin’s name is based on the tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, which notably ends with the piper attracting children away from the town.

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. I Wish, Part One
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