This is discussion archived from a time before the current discussion method was installed.
: Cut this, for being badly constructed and overly wordy; plus, it's describing What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?
, not an Achilles' Heel
* This contributor always thought of Yomiko Readman's power in Read or Die
as a great subversion. She basically has awesome powers of telekinesis, but it only
works on the vague specification of 'paper'. Her signature suitcase is a throwback to the original idea she could only use paper treated specifically for the task, while her anime counterpart seems able to use anything she finds up to and including dollar bills.
: Removed the following:
As both are examples of What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?
: Can someone explain the Weaksauce Weakness of the Vampire the Masquerade? Or is sunlight the only thing that's supposed to qualify them? Because being weak to a rare biological killing machine doesn't sound like much of a weakness.
: Fixed the example to more accurately reflect the trope in the game. And for the record, everything
in the world of darkness is equally "weak" against a rampaging werewolf(ves). Only highly powerful or insanely well prepared antagonists could defeat them.
: Removed the Markhagir from Kushiel's Avatar
. He didn't have a special weakness; he got stabbed in the kidneys, which I'm pretty sure works on anyone.
: In regards to Bronze versus Iron, I actually heard that bronze weapons were actually superior to iron. Iron was just cheaper to work with, so you could have a lot more people with iron gear.
: the last line of the entry wins the internet. XD
: We have pages