History BeyondTheImpossible / AnimeAndManga

18th Apr '16 12:57:51 PM ultimomant
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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler: it's originally believed to be impossible to combine Super Saiyan and with the Kaio-Ken since the Kaio-Ken puts a lot of stress on the body and a regular Super Saiyan is stressful enough. Goku not only makes the combination works, he did it with Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan since the form requires a peaceful mind and near perfect energy control to use]].

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** In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler: it's originally believed to be impossible to combine Super Saiyan and with the Kaio-Ken since the Kaio-Ken puts a lot of stress on the body and a regular Super Saiyan is stressful enough. Goku not only makes the combination works, work, he did it with Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan since the form requires a peaceful mind and near perfect energy control to use]].use. With this combination, he becomes powerful enough to move while time is frozen.]]
17th Apr '16 9:37:47 AM Ramona122003
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** In Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler: it's originally believed to be impossible to combine Super Saiyan and with the Kaio-Ken since the Kaio-Ken puts a lot of stress on the body and a regular Super Saiyan is stressful enough. Goku not only makes the combination works, he did it with Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan since the form requires a peaceful mind and near perfect energy control to use]].

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** In Anime/DragonBallSuper'', ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler: it's originally believed to be impossible to combine Super Saiyan and with the Kaio-Ken since the Kaio-Ken puts a lot of stress on the body and a regular Super Saiyan is stressful enough. Goku not only makes the combination works, he did it with Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan since the form requires a peaceful mind and near perfect energy control to use]].
17th Apr '16 9:36:55 AM Ramona122003
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** The Hyperbolic Time Chamber is a separate dimension that can only be accessed through a single door. Piccolo's back up plan in case Gotenks can't defeat him is to trap them all inside. Then Buu escapes by ''screaming loud enough''. This example is promptly deconstructed; if one person can do it then anyone of similar standing can do it, and thus, it was never impossible to begin with.

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** The Hyperbolic Time Chamber is a separate dimension that can only be accessed through a single door. Piccolo's back up plan in case Gotenks can't defeat him Buu is to trap them all inside. Then Buu escapes by ''screaming loud enough''. This example is promptly deconstructed; if one person can do it then anyone of similar standing can do it, and thus, it was never impossible to begin with.



** Potara Fusion is repeatedly stated to be permanent and irreversible by every credible source; thus, it was expected that after they fused into Vegito, Goku and Vegeta would be stuck that way forever. Instead, after being absorbed by Super Buu, just being inside his body causes them to separate.

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** Potara Fusion is repeatedly stated to be permanent and irreversible by every credible source; thus, it was expected that after they fused into Vegito, Goku and Vegeta would be stuck that way forever. Instead, after being absorbed by Super Buu, just being inside his body causes them to separate. {{Downplayed}} in ''Super'' where the Supreme Kai and Kabito demerged themselves just using the Namekian Dragon Balls.
17th Apr '16 9:26:57 AM Ramona122003
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** In Anime/DragonBallSuper'', [[spoiler: it's originally believed to be impossible to combine Super Saiyan and with the Kaio-Ken since the Kaio-Ken puts a lot of stress on the body and a regular Super Saiyan is stressful enough. Goku not only makes the combination works, he did it with Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan since the form requires a peaceful mind and near perfect energy control to use]].
15th Apr '16 11:30:05 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* A downplayed example happens in ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''. Sleeping Giant Zushin is a card that can technically be summoned, but its conditions for doing so are so outrageous that it's widely regarded as an impossible feat (a Level One Normal Monster, one of ''the'' objectively weakest cards in the entire game, has to stay on the player's field for 20 total turns, when it's already rare for a duel to be even ''half'' that long). When Team Taiyou become the first duelists in history to summon Zushin it's treated as an in-series miracle, with an entire stadium of detractors instantly switching to their side from the sheer amazement of them actually pulling it off.
** The entire climactic duel of [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal the sequel series]] counts as this. Yuma goes up against Don Thousand, who is armed with the Numeron Network field spell- a card which allows him to rewrite his opponents' cards and which previously pulled off a one-turn-kill on one of the Barian Emperors ''during said Emperor's turn''. Yuma narrowly manages to defeat it...only for Don Thousand to retaliate by summoning quite possibly the most powerful monster ever seen in the franchise: Number iC1000: Numeronious Numeronia. Not only is this the first monster ever to have a ''six-digit ATK and DEF'', it also has an effect where if Yuma doesn't attack it each turn, he automatically loses the duel. Oh, and it can detach its Overlay Unit to negate an attack and convert all damage into Life Points. Not to be outdone, Yuma uses the power of two other duelists (one of whom is ''[[spoiler: already dead]]'') to boost Utopia's ATK to '''204,000'''- the highest they've ever been if you don't count the infinite-ATK monsters of the original series- and utterly ''destroy'' Don Thousand and his monster.

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* ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'': A downplayed example happens in ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''.here. Sleeping Giant Zushin is a card that can technically be summoned, but its conditions for doing so are so outrageous that it's widely regarded as an impossible feat (a Level One Normal Monster, one of ''the'' objectively weakest cards in the entire game, has to stay on the player's field for 20 total turns, when it's already rare for a duel to be even ''half'' that long). When Team Taiyou become the first duelists in history to summon Zushin it's treated as an in-series miracle, with an entire stadium of detractors instantly switching to their side from the sheer amazement of them actually pulling it off.
** The entire climactic duel of [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal the sequel series]] counts as this. Yuma goes up against Don Thousand, who is armed with the Numeron Network field spell- a card which allows him to rewrite his opponents' cards and which previously pulled off a one-turn-kill on one of the Barian Emperors ''during said Emperor's turn''. Yuma narrowly manages to defeat it...only for Don Thousand to retaliate by summoning quite possibly the most powerful monster ever seen in the franchise: Number iC1000: Numeronious Numeronia. Not only is this the first monster ever to have a ''six-digit ATK and DEF'', it also has an effect where if Yuma doesn't attack it each turn, he automatically loses the duel. Oh, and it can detach its Overlay Unit to negate an attack and convert all damage into Life Points. Not to be outdone, Yuma uses the power of two other duelists (one of whom is ''[[spoiler: already dead]]'') to boost Utopia's ATK to '''204,000'''- the highest they've ever been if you don't count the infinite-ATK monsters of the original series- and utterly ''destroy'' Don Thousand and his monster.
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4th Apr '16 12:30:57 PM Bugfragged
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** Jack Rakan who does this regularly. For example: a particular villain had [[spoiler: warped reality so that he ''ceases to exist entirely'', prompting a HeroicBSOD and SuperPoweredEvilSide relapse in the KidHero. Rakan immediately ''wills himself back into existing'' temporarily, for the sole purpose of [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan smacking Negi upside the head]]]]. Chisame says he has 'infinite cheats'.

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** Jack Rakan who does this regularly. For example: a particular villain had [[spoiler: warped reality so that he ''ceases to exist entirely'', prompting a HeroicBSOD and SuperPoweredEvilSide relapse in the KidHero. Rakan immediately ''wills himself back into existing'' temporarily, for the sole purpose of [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan smacking Negi upside the head]]]]. Chisame says he has 'infinite cheats'. This is subverted when Negi reveals that all of Rakan's supposed [[{{Asspull}} Asspulls]] actually follow the rules of their universe. It's just that [[GeniusBruiser Rakan understands magical theory better than most people]] and knows how to exploit the loopholes.
30th Mar '16 2:13:00 PM Ninjabot
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* ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'': Saitama's strength training is absurdly simplistic, but it made him able to defeat skyscraper-sized monsters with less effort then Franchise/{{Superman}} does. The other characters who have heard his explanation comment on how flat-out impossible his strength is when compared to what he claims to have done.
** His ''speed'' is so far beyond super-human it is ridiculous. During the first fight with Speed of Sound Sonic, Sonic performs a series of high speed dodges that would be impossible for any normal human to ''see'', let alone keep up with. When Saitama finally decides to move, he moves so fast that even Sonic can't see it.

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* ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'': Saitama's strength training is absurdly simplistic, but it made him able to defeat skyscraper-sized monsters with less effort then than Franchise/{{Superman}} does. The other characters who have heard his explanation comment on how flat-out impossible his strength is when compared to what he claims to have done.
** His ''speed'' is so far beyond super-human it is ridiculous. During the first fight with Speed of Sound Sonic, Sonic performs a series of high speed dodges that would be impossible for any normal human to ''see'', let alone keep up with. When Saitama finally decides to move, he moves so fast that even Sonic can't see it. This only gets crazier when Saitama meets a hero even faster than Sonic called Lightspeed Flash who attacks him with a sword moving at the speed of light and Saitama dodges it. Then, just to make sure it wasn't a fluke, Flash tries again and Saitama blocks just by holding the blade between his thumb and forefinger.
** While it had been seen before that Saitama could hold back enough to hit a person without killing them, generally, if he attacks to kill it's a OneHitKO, hence the title. Then comes episode 11 where after being punched once, Boros ''survives'' a single normal punch from Saitama, having only suffered the loss of his PowerLimiter. The whole fight from there was just [[SerialEscalation one beyond impossible occurrence after another for both sides]], culminating in the clash of a planet-busting KamehameHadouken and the first in-series instance of Saitama punching something "seriously".
9th Mar '16 3:54:23 AM Nintendoman01
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** Potara Fusion is repeatedly stated to be permanent and irreversible by every credible source; thus, it was expected that after they fused into Vegito, Goku and Vegeta would be stuck that way forever. Instead, after being absorbed by Super Buu, just being inside his body causes them to separate.
15th Feb '16 1:52:27 PM GoldenKeyblade
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** The entire climactic duel of [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal the sequel series]] counts as this. Yuma goes up against Don Thousand, who is armed with the Numeron Network field spell- a card which allows him to rewrite his opponents' cards and which previously pulled off a one-turn-kill on one of the Barian Emperors. Yuma narrowly manages to defeat it...only for Don Thousand to retaliate by summoning quite possibly the most powerful monster ever seen in the franchise: Number iC1000: Numeronious Numeronia. Not only is this the first monster ever to have a ''six-digit ATK and DEF'', it also has an effect where if Yuma doesn't attack it each turn, he automatically loses the duel. Oh, and it can detach its Overlay Unit to negate an attack and convert all damage into Life Points. Not to be outdone, Yuma uses the power of two other duelists (one of whom is ''[[spoiler: already dead]]'') to boost Utopia's ATK to '''204,000'''- the highest they've ever been if you don't count the infinite-ATK monsters of the original series- and utterly ''destroy'' Don Thousand and his monster.

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** The entire climactic duel of [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal the sequel series]] counts as this. Yuma goes up against Don Thousand, who is armed with the Numeron Network field spell- a card which allows him to rewrite his opponents' cards and which previously pulled off a one-turn-kill on one of the Barian Emperors.Emperors ''during said Emperor's turn''. Yuma narrowly manages to defeat it...only for Don Thousand to retaliate by summoning quite possibly the most powerful monster ever seen in the franchise: Number iC1000: Numeronious Numeronia. Not only is this the first monster ever to have a ''six-digit ATK and DEF'', it also has an effect where if Yuma doesn't attack it each turn, he automatically loses the duel. Oh, and it can detach its Overlay Unit to negate an attack and convert all damage into Life Points. Not to be outdone, Yuma uses the power of two other duelists (one of whom is ''[[spoiler: already dead]]'') to boost Utopia's ATK to '''204,000'''- the highest they've ever been if you don't count the infinite-ATK monsters of the original series- and utterly ''destroy'' Don Thousand and his monster.
19th Jan '16 11:20:35 PM GoldenKeyblade
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** The entire climactic duel of [[Anime/YuGiOhZexal the sequel series]] counts as this. Yuma goes up against Don Thousand, who is armed with the Numeron Network field spell- a card which allows him to rewrite his opponents' cards and which previously pulled off a one-turn-kill on one of the Barian Emperors. Yuma narrowly manages to defeat it...only for Don Thousand to retaliate by summoning quite possibly the most powerful monster ever seen in the franchise: Number iC1000: Numeronious Numeronia. Not only is this the first monster ever to have a ''six-digit ATK and DEF'', it also has an effect where if Yuma doesn't attack it each turn, he automatically loses the duel. Oh, and it can detach its Overlay Unit to negate an attack and convert all damage into Life Points. Not to be outdone, Yuma uses the power of two other duelists (one of whom is ''[[spoiler: already dead]]'') to boost Utopia's ATK to '''204,000'''- the highest they've ever been if you don't count the infinite-ATK monsters of the original series- and utterly ''destroy'' Don Thousand and his monster.
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