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8th Aug '16 3:18:05 AM morenohijazo
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* ''Webcomic/DragonBallMultiverse'': While Super Saiyan 3 suffered this in the original, ''Multiverse'' takes this aspect of it UpToEleven by having it drain the user's ki and stamina faster the stronger they are. Meaning that someone like Vegito can't even use the form for a minute before he reverts back into his base form. [[spoiler: The failure to take this drawback into account is what leads to U13 Vegeta's death against Raichi]]
5th Jun '16 10:06:13 PM GoldenKeyblade
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** [[spoiler:Caliborn]] enters Sburb by himself, rather than with [[spoiler:his sister Calliope]] as originally intended; since it is intrinsically a multi-player game, the game is forced to adapt by generating an almost unique variant: a [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast dead session]]. This session has much higher stakes, depending on whether you are a passive or aggressive player. For an aggressive player, you get the chance to gain [[spoiler:completely unconditional immortality, transcending the typical limited immortality of God Tiers]]; however, not only are the rules of the game completely different in a dead session, but the game becomes nearly unwinnable. [[spoiler:First, the game doesn't naturally generate a planet for you, so you're forced to transport your own entire planet with you into the game first. Then, you can't even unlock your quest until you've already done a bunch of messing around on your newly altered homeworld. Then, Skaia produces fifteen planets (resembling billiard balls) before collapsing into a black hole, which you have to shoot all the planets into in the correct order (saving the eighth planet for last) before each one is destroyed by a bomb at its core; if at any point you're too slow, you lose. Forever. And even if you manage all that, you're still up against a boss fight with Yaldabaoth, the single most powerful Denizen in all of Paradox Space.]] It's heavily implied that [[spoiler:Caliborn was only able to beat his session on account of being [[{{Determinator}} so damn stubborn]].

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** [[spoiler:Caliborn]] enters Sburb by himself, rather than with [[spoiler:his sister Calliope]] as originally intended; since it is intrinsically a multi-player game, the game is forced to adapt by generating an almost unique variant: a [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast dead session]]. This session has much higher stakes, depending on whether you are a passive or aggressive player. For an aggressive player, you get the chance to gain [[spoiler:completely unconditional immortality, transcending the typical limited immortality of God Tiers]]; however, not only are the rules of the game completely different in a dead session, but the game becomes nearly unwinnable. [[spoiler:First, the game doesn't naturally generate a planet for you, so you're forced to transport your own entire planet with you into the game first. Then, you can't even unlock your quest until you've already done a bunch of messing around on your newly altered homeworld. Then, Skaia produces fifteen planets (resembling billiard balls) before collapsing into a black hole, which you have to shoot all the planets into in the correct order (saving the eighth planet for last) before each one is destroyed by a bomb at its core; if at any point you're too slow, you lose. Forever. And even if you manage all that, you're still up against a boss fight with Yaldabaoth, the single most powerful Denizen in all of Paradox Space.]] It's heavily implied that [[spoiler:Caliborn was only able to beat his session on account of being [[{{Determinator}} so damn stubborn]]. stubborn]]]].
5th Jun '16 10:05:40 PM GoldenKeyblade
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* [[spoiler:Caliborn]] enters Sburb by himself, rather than with [[spoiler:his sister Calliope]] as originally intended; since it is intrinsically a multi-player game, the game is forced to adapt by generating an almost unique variant: a [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast dead session]]. This session has much higher stakes, depending on whether you are a passive or aggressive player. For an aggressive player, you get the chance to gain [[spoiler:completely unconditional immortality, transcending the typical limited immortality of God Tiers]]; however, not only are the rules of the game completely different in a dead session, but the game becomes nearly unwinnable. [[spoiler:First, the game doesn't naturally generate a planet for you, so you're forced to transport your own entire planet with you into the game first. Then, you can't even unlock your quest until you've already done a bunch of messing around on your newly altered homeworld. Then, Skaia produces fifteen planets (resembling billiard balls) before collapsing into a black hole, which you have to shoot all the planets into in the correct order (saving the eighth planet for last) before each one is destroyed by a bomb at its core; if at any point you're too slow, you lose. Forever. And even if you manage all that, you're still up against a boss fight with Yaldabaoth, the single most powerful Denizen in all of Paradox Space.]] It's heavily implied that [[spoiler:Caliborn was only able to beat his session on account of being [[{{Determinator}} so damn stubborn]].

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* ** [[spoiler:Caliborn]] enters Sburb by himself, rather than with [[spoiler:his sister Calliope]] as originally intended; since it is intrinsically a multi-player game, the game is forced to adapt by generating an almost unique variant: a [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast dead session]]. This session has much higher stakes, depending on whether you are a passive or aggressive player. For an aggressive player, you get the chance to gain [[spoiler:completely unconditional immortality, transcending the typical limited immortality of God Tiers]]; however, not only are the rules of the game completely different in a dead session, but the game becomes nearly unwinnable. [[spoiler:First, the game doesn't naturally generate a planet for you, so you're forced to transport your own entire planet with you into the game first. Then, you can't even unlock your quest until you've already done a bunch of messing around on your newly altered homeworld. Then, Skaia produces fifteen planets (resembling billiard balls) before collapsing into a black hole, which you have to shoot all the planets into in the correct order (saving the eighth planet for last) before each one is destroyed by a bomb at its core; if at any point you're too slow, you lose. Forever. And even if you manage all that, you're still up against a boss fight with Yaldabaoth, the single most powerful Denizen in all of Paradox Space.]] It's heavily implied that [[spoiler:Caliborn was only able to beat his session on account of being [[{{Determinator}} so damn stubborn]].
5th Jun '16 10:05:28 PM GoldenKeyblade
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* [[spoiler:Caliborn]] enters Sburb by himself, rather than with [[spoiler:his sister Calliope]] as originally intended; since it is intrinsically a multi-player game, the game is forced to adapt by generating an almost unique variant: a [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast dead session]]. This session has much higher stakes, depending on whether you are a passive or aggressive player. For an aggressive player, you get the chance to gain [[spoiler:completely unconditional immortality, transcending the typical limited immortality of God Tiers]]; however, not only are the rules of the game completely different in a dead session, but the game becomes nearly unwinnable. [[spoiler:First, the game doesn't naturally generate a planet for you, so you're forced to transport your own entire planet with you into the game first. Then, you can't even unlock your quest until you've already done a bunch of messing around on your newly altered homeworld. Then, Skaia produces fifteen planets (resembling billiard balls) before collapsing into a black hole, which you have to shoot all the planets into in the correct order (saving the eighth planet for last) before each one is destroyed by a bomb at its core; if at any point you're too slow, you lose. Forever. And even if you manage all that, you're still up against a boss fight with Yaldabaoth, the single most powerful Denizen in all of Paradox Space.]] It's heavily implied that [[spoiler:Caliborn was only able to beat his session on account of being [[{{Determinator}} so damn stubborn]].
8th Apr '16 7:46:54 AM GlassRain
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* ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'': Mock's horizonite(TM) claws.
5th Jan '16 11:31:31 AM zoop
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* Emel's 3D-printed gun in ''Webcomics/BrokenTelephone.'' It's made entirely out of plastic, so it can be smuggled through airport security, but [[spoiler:it can only be fired once.]]

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* Emel's 3D-printed gun in ''Webcomics/BrokenTelephone.''Webcomic/BrokenTelephone.'' It's made entirely out of plastic, so it can be smuggled through airport security, but [[spoiler:it can only be fired once.]]
5th Jan '16 11:30:50 AM zoop
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* Emel's 3D-printed gun in ''Webcomics/BrokenTelephone.'' It's made entirely out of plastic, so it can be smuggled through airport security, but [[spoiler:it can only be fired once.]]
29th Jun '15 3:34:14 AM shokoshu
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* ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' has several in his "What If" column. To name just one: You really can build a jet pack from machine guns firing downward. The physics work out. (It's still not in wide use.)
5th May '15 1:56:29 PM CountDorku
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* The flying uniforms in ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' are useful for transport and getting into good positions, but the Toughs still do a lot of foot-slogging because being in the air makes you fairly obvious, and being obvious on the battlefield makes you a target.
-->'''Legs:''' Do you know what we call flying soldiers on the battlefield?\\
'''Tino:''' Air support?\\
'''Legs:''' ''Skeet.''
29th Apr '15 3:44:56 PM Beacon80
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'', Vashiel is an angel of punishment, so he gets a BigFuckingSword that ''flames'' and can ''smite evildoers in a second''. His brother, Rumisiel, is a filer, so he gets a multi-filing tool, with a recorder, web access, and other BoringButPractical things like that. Guess which one comes in handy?
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