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25th Sep '16 11:27:24 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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*** Amusingly enough, Linkara used the "It's magic, I don't have to explain it!" early on when asked how his Magic Gun works. [[spoiler: We get an explanation for the Magic Gun's powers in the ''SilentHill: Dead/Alive'' reviews...and it turns out that no, Linkara, [[PoweredByAForsakenChild you really didn't have to explain it.]] ]]

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*** Amusingly enough, Linkara used the "It's magic, I don't have to explain it!" early on when asked how his Magic Gun works. [[spoiler: We get an explanation for the Magic Gun's powers in the ''SilentHill: ''ComicBook/SilentHill: Dead/Alive'' reviews...and it turns out that no, Linkara, [[PoweredByAForsakenChild you really didn't have to explain it.]] ]]
22nd Sep '16 5:59:06 PM DustSnitch
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* One page of ''Webcomic//BloodyUrban'' mentions this trope in the AltText on a strip where [[BlobMonster Amoeba]] mentions being unable to see due to having no eyes.

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* One page of ''Webcomic//BloodyUrban'' ''Webcomic/BloodyUrban'' mentions this trope in the AltText on a strip where [[BlobMonster Amoeba]] mentions being unable to see due to having no eyes.
17th Sep '16 5:01:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'', the episode "Forever Red" gives no explanation as to why some rangers suddenly have their powers again.
** [[Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive "Once A Ranger"]] attempts this trope by simply having The Sentinel Knight restore the veteran rangers' powers with little more than a handwave. One wonders why he didn't use those powers to temporarily restore the Overdrive rangers' powers while they got the morphing grid back on.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. Living in Sunnydale (which is on top of a Hellmouth) is a convenient explanation for many aspects of the show which would be ludicrous or impossible otherwise.

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* In ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'', the ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'': The episode "Forever Red" gives no explanation as to why some rangers suddenly have their powers again.
** [[Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive * ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive'': The episode "Once A Ranger"]] Ranger" attempts this trope by simply having The Sentinel Knight restore the veteran rangers' powers with little more than a handwave. One wonders why he didn't use those powers to temporarily restore the Overdrive rangers' powers while they got the morphing grid back on.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
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Living in Sunnydale (which is on top of a Hellmouth) is a convenient explanation for many aspects of the show which would be ludicrous or impossible otherwise.
19th Aug '16 5:21:08 AM SpacemanSpoof
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** Referenced again (and averted) [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1049.html here]]. The CoolAirship has a few enchantments on it, but the actual flight mechanics are plain old physics. (One could argue that it is still played straight, though; without the lightening enchantment, presumably the ship would be too heavy to fly.)
15th Jul '16 2:41:37 PM Graveaccent
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** Medieval Mode is an alternate game mode in which players are restricted to using "medieval" weapons and speak in YeOldeButcheredEnglish. Why? Because the Soldier angered a wizard. This doesn't explain the fact that the castle in which the game takes place is actually a high-tech spy base in disguise.

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** Medieval Mode is an alternate game mode in which players are restricted to using "medieval" weapons and speak in YeOldeButcheredEnglish. Why? Because the Soldier angered a wizard. This doesn't explain the fact that the castle in which the game takes place is actually a high-tech spy base in disguise. Heck, the Wiki page for said map even links to this very page!
21st Jun '16 10:14:06 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* As noted in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' example above, any bizarre occurrence or coincidence in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' is attributed by the characters to "the will of The Force".

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* As noted in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' example above, any bizarre occurrence or coincidence in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' is attributed by the characters to "the will of The Force". This gets heavy lampshading, especially when it turns out that not only is the PC a mind-wiped Revan but HK-47 (who was added to the crew in a random encounter) was originally built to serve Revan.
16th Jun '16 7:58:43 PM nombretomado
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** {{Thanos}} lookalikes are often used in the same manner. After Squirrel Girl (hilariously) defeats him and Uatu states that it is definitely the real Thanos, it's later revealed that Thanos can create lookalikes which can fool even Uatu. Or so he claims.

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** {{Thanos}} ComicBook/{{Thanos}} lookalikes are often used in the same manner. After Squirrel Girl (hilariously) defeats him and Uatu states that it is definitely the real Thanos, it's later revealed that Thanos can create lookalikes which can fool even Uatu. Or so he claims.
11th Jun '16 8:45:46 PM Doug86
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* The ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series Zig-Zags this with regards to how Mages can move unhindered in desert terrain. ''Path of Radiance'' suggests the spirits they command literally part the sand in their path, while ''Heroes of Light and Shadow'' say it's simply bacause they wear light clothing.

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* The ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' series Zig-Zags this with regards to how Mages can move unhindered in desert terrain. ''Path of Radiance'' suggests the spirits they command literally part the sand in their path, while ''Heroes of Light and Shadow'' say it's simply bacause they wear light clothing.
11th Jun '16 3:18:55 PM digiman619
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* In the aftermath of ComicBook/OneMoreDay, fans wondered how [[spoiler]]Mephisto rewriting reality to undo Peter Parker and Mary Jane's wedding[[/spoiler]] affected the timeline, Creator/JoeQuesada rather infamously responded with "It's magic. We don't have to explain it."

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* In the aftermath of ComicBook/OneMoreDay, fans wondered how [[spoiler]]Mephisto [[spoiler:Mephisto rewriting reality to undo Peter Parker and Mary Jane's wedding[[/spoiler]] wedding]] affected the timeline, Creator/JoeQuesada rather infamously responded with "It's magic. We don't have to explain it."
11th Jun '16 3:15:23 PM digiman619
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* In the aftermath of ComicBook/OneMoreDay, fans wondered how [[spoiler]]Mephisto rewriting reality to undo Peter Parker and Mary Jane's wedding[[/spoiler]] affected the timeline, Creator/JoeQuesada rather infamously responded with "It's magic. We don't have to explain it."
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