History MagicPants / VideoGames

28th Jan '16 12:03:19 AM Adept
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* In ''AlteredBeast'', the player characters can collect a series of orbs that causes them to become more muscular and less clothed with each application, until finally taking on the form of a fully nude (yet [[BarbieDollAnatomy anatomically void]]) monster. It's a different monster on each level, with the player characters reverting back to their original (clothed) form at the beginning of each level. Then again, you start off wearing not much more than a tunic and a loincloth anyway.

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* In ''AlteredBeast'', ''VideoGame/AlteredBeast'', the player characters can collect a series of orbs that causes them to become more muscular and less clothed with each application, until finally taking on the form of a fully nude (yet [[BarbieDollAnatomy anatomically void]]) monster. It's a different monster on each level, with the player characters reverting back to their original (clothed) form at the beginning of each level. Then again, you start off wearing not much more than a tunic and a loincloth anyway.
6th Jan '16 8:07:56 PM nombretomado
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* If you give your female ''SoulCalibur 4'' character a certain piece of clothing (called spyrobe in the German version) you can clearly see that your character wears no bra. However when the opponent destroys your spyrobe you are suddenly wearing one.

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* If you give your female ''SoulCalibur ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur 4'' character a certain piece of clothing (called spyrobe in the German version) you can clearly see that your character wears no bra. However when the opponent destroys your spyrobe you are suddenly wearing one.
24th Aug '15 8:55:04 AM litera
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* Link from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime''. When he's a kid he has no tights. When he wakes up in the Temple of Time...Tights. Magically.

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* Link from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime''. When he's a kid he has no tights. When he wakes up in the Temple of Time...Tights. tights. Magically. (Of course, he also has his ears pierced now and his hair isn't any longer than it was seven years ago, so maybe someone in the Sacred Realm gave him a makeover before sending him back)



** JustifiedTrope in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', since the first time he transforms back to human Link's wearing [[ClothesMakeTheLegend entirely different clothes]], provided to him by the spirits in recognition of his heroism. These clothes could very well be magical, and since the spirits already knew about the wolf thing, they could have prepared the clothes to appear and disappear in just that way. Strangely, the wolf keeps the earrings that Link wears in his human form, making this a rather mixed use of the trope.

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** JustifiedTrope in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', since the first time he transforms back to human Link's wearing [[ClothesMakeTheLegend entirely different clothes]], provided to him by the spirits in recognition of his heroism. These clothes could very well be magical, and since the spirits already knew about the wolf thing, they could have prepared the clothes to appear and disappear in just that way. Strangely, Interestingly, the wolf keeps the earrings that Link wears in his human form, making this a rather mixed use of which were also the trope.only piece of clothing he had that were part of his original work clothes.



** Played even more ridiculously straight if you unlock the Classic Wolverine costume, where Wolvie's regeneration suddenly now applies to the whole outfit, so as not to ruin the iconic look of the costume with clothing damage.

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** Played even more ridiculously straight if you unlock the Classic Wolverine costume, where Wolvie's regeneration suddenly now applies to the whole outfit, so as not to ruin the iconic look of the costume with clothing damage.
16th Aug '15 7:12:34 PM SamuraiMarmoset
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** When werewolves return in [[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]], so too does this trope. When the timer wears out on your werewolf form, your character reverts to your humanoid form, naked save for the [[MagicPants magical underwear]]. However, all your equipment is still in your inventory and just needs to be re-equipped.
16th Aug '15 6:21:16 PM Elbruno
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* ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' lets you morph between a squid and a humanoid squid with the push of a button. Only the humanoid form wears clothes and holds a gun.
** What's more vexing is that when you get splatted, you leave behind your clothes and weapon, but respawning brings them back to you.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' lets you has the Inklings, who can morph between a squid humanoid-form and a humanoid squid squid-form freely with just the push of a button. button on the player's end. Only the humanoid form wears clothes and holds a gun.
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gun; and what's more vexing is that when you get splatted, you an Inkling gets [[NonLethalKO splatted]] they [[RightOutOfMyClothes leave behind your their clothes and weapon, weapon]], but respawning brings them respawn with a fresh set back to you.at their base.
3rd Aug '15 11:41:22 PM JapanYoshi
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* ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' lets you morph between a squid and a humanoid squid with the push of a button. Only the humanoid form wears clothes and holds a gun.
** What's more vexing is that when you get splatted, you leave behind your clothes and weapon, but respawning brings them back to you.
7th Jul '15 11:29:52 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* The Manaketes, Laguz, and Taguel in the ''FireEmblem'' series don't have any issues with their clothing, despite the fact that their dragon/animal transformations are larger then their humanoid forms, and very different in shape, as well. It simply disappears when they transform, and comes back once they revert to human form.
* Panne of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' seems to have designed her armor for the express purpose of fitting both her humanoid form and her giant rabbit form.

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* The In the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series, the Manaketes, Laguz, [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Laguz]], [[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates Fox Spirits, and Taguel in the ''FireEmblem'' series Garou]] don't have any issues with their clothing, despite the fact that their dragon/animal transformations are larger then their humanoid forms, and very different in shape, as well. It simply disappears when they transform, and comes back once they revert to human form.
* ** Averted by Panne of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' seems to have the Taguel ([[spoiler:and her son Yarne]]) in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''; her light armor is designed to fit her armor for the express purpose of fitting body in both her humanoid form and her giant rabbit form.forms.
1st Jun '15 10:11:39 AM Prfnoff
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* Werewolves in the game ''{{Majesty}}'' are naked while in wolf form (which is all the time when they are alive), magically gaining pants when they revert to human form after they die.

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* Werewolves in the game ''{{Majesty}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Majesty}}'' are naked while in wolf form (which is all the time when they are alive), magically gaining pants when they revert to human form after they die.



* Derek Simmons in ''ResidentEvil6'' somehow manages to change form twice, and radically - first into some four-legged predator, then into a gigantic T-rex made of organs. But each time he turns back to human, his pants and boots have survived the transformation.

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* Derek Simmons in ''ResidentEvil6'' ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'' somehow manages to change form twice, and radically - first into some four-legged predator, then into a gigantic T-rex TyrannosaurusRex made of organs. But each time he turns back to human, his pants and boots have survived the transformation.



* The old PC RogueLike ''Ragnarok/Valhalla'' specifically averts this: if you polymorph into something larger than a troll, then "Your armor strains and bursts. Eight of your fingers are cut off by rings. You shall now be known as Gjarfililidan the Fire Giant."
* ''RuneFactory3'' has characters with shapeshifting ability: [[spoiler:Micah, Pia, and Raven]]. When they transform, they lose or change their clothes, but when they revert to their normal forms. their clothes magically reappear.

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* The old PC RogueLike ''Ragnarok/Valhalla'' ''VideoGame/RagnarokRoguelike'' specifically averts this: if you polymorph into something larger than a troll, then "Your armor strains and bursts. Eight of your fingers are cut off by rings. You shall now be known as Gjarfililidan the Fire Giant."
* ''RuneFactory3'' ''VideoGame/RuneFactory3'' has characters with shapeshifting ability: [[spoiler:Micah, Pia, and Raven]]. When they transform, they lose or change their clothes, but when they revert to their normal forms. their clothes magically reappear.



* In ''{{Splatterhouse}}'', during the fight against [[spoiler:the mutated Jennifer, she transforms back into her human form]] after being hit enough times, with her clothes literally reappearing out of nowhere.

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* In ''{{Splatterhouse}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'', during the fight against [[spoiler:the mutated Jennifer, she transforms back into her human form]] after being hit enough times, with her clothes literally reappearing out of nowhere.



* The ''Film/{{X-Men}} Origins: {{Wolverine}}'' game plays this painfully straight. Despite the game having impressive effects where Wolverine's shirt, flesh and muscles get torn up as he takes damage, this only applies to his upper body. His pants stay completely intact.

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* The ''Film/{{X-Men}} Origins: {{Wolverine}}'' game ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine'' LicensedGame plays this painfully straight. Despite the game having impressive effects where Wolverine's shirt, flesh and muscles get torn up as he takes damage, this only applies to his upper body. His pants stay completely intact.
7th Feb '15 11:48:22 AM TheomanZero
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* The Manaketes, Laguz, and Taguel in the ''FireEmblem'' series don't have any issues with their clothing, despite the fact that their dragon/animal transformations are larger then their humanoid forms, and very different in shape, as well. It simply disappears when they transform, and comes back once they revert to human form.



* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Gobliiins}} Goblins Quest 3]]'', when Blount turns into a WolfMan, all of this clothes except his pants rip off. When he turns back, they all reappear.



* The Manaketes, Laguz, and Taguel in the ''FireEmblem'' series don't have any issues with their clothing, despite the fact that their dragon/animal transformations are larger then their humanoid forms, and very different in shape, as well. It simply disappears when they transform, and comes back once they revert to human form.
22nd Dec '14 12:45:11 PM Rotpar
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* In ''NetHack'', a self-polymorph can destroy or forcibly disrobe you of all your armor, but when you return to normal form you can sit on a cockatrice corpse without turning to stone. Hence, your character must be wearing magic pants.

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* In ''NetHack'', ''VideoGame/NetHack'', a self-polymorph can destroy or forcibly disrobe you of all your armor, but when you return to normal form you can sit on a cockatrice corpse without turning to stone. Hence, your character must be wearing magic pants.
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