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** Another weak-heeled one was Talos, a giant bronze man who guarded Crete from invaders and was defeated by losing the nail in his heel that acted as a plug for the one vein in his body and promptly bled out.
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* The eponymous creatures in the ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' series are fatally weak to cold, which is naturally exploited with Samus' [[KillItWithIce Ice Beam]]. While this only holds true for the Metroid's Larval Stage, the later stages of their natural life cycle are only fought in ''Videogame/MetroidIIReturnOfSamus'', its remake ''VideoGame/MetroidSamusReturns'' and ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'' [[spoiler:where an Omega Metroid serves as the FinalBoss]].
28th Aug '17 4:27:34 PM ngh93
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* In the Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', Phil makes a reference to his old student Achilles and complains about "that [[AlterKocker furshlugginer]] heel". He even goes to Achilles's statue and flicks the heel, which causes the entire statue to crumble.

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* In the Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', Phil makes a reference to his old student Achilles and complains about "that [[AlterKocker furshlugginer]] heel". He even goes to Achilles's Achilles' statue and flicks the heel, which causes the entire statue to crumble.shatter into a pile of rubble.
11th Aug '17 8:52:17 AM Nyame
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* ''FanFic/TransformersAnimatedCybertronianGenesis'': During the Siege of Polyhex, Starscream asks Megatron how he plans to defeat Optimus Prime. Megatron thinks of how Optimus draws strength from protecting those he loves, and then simply replies that every 'bot has a weakness. [[spoiler:His optics then shift to the oblivous [[OneTrueLove Blackarachnia]]]].
-->'''Starscream''': Ah. Hello, weakness.
12th Jul '17 7:54:51 AM xcountryguy
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* Subverted in ''Legend of Lemnear''. The Big Bad transforms himself into a 50 foot demon cyclops, and the male hero: The warrior of Bronze declares [[spoiler: "You may be tough, but I know your weak spot! Your demon eye!" Then through a crazy set of acrobatics, lands on the demons face to plunge a sword into its eye. Only to have his sword shatter on contact]].

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* Subverted in ''Legend of Lemnear''. The Big Bad transforms himself into a 50 foot demon cyclops, and the male hero: The warrior of Bronze declares [[spoiler: "You [[spoiler:"You may be tough, but I know your weak spot! Your demon eye!" Then through a crazy set of acrobatics, lands on the demons face to plunge a sword into its eye. Only to have his sword shatter on contact]].



** [[EmpathicWeapon Zanpaku-tou]] all have some kind of a weak point. [[TheMedic Hanatarou's]] can take the wounds it's healed and turn into an attack powerful enough to kill a Gillian, but afterwards it's a useless three-inch-long scalpel. Consider most enemies in Bleach have a horrible attack radius far, far greater than three inches, this makes him useless in combat. [[MightyGlacier Komamura's]] bankai can take down most enemies with just one hit, but any damage inflicted upon it also appears on Komamura, so if the enemy survived that hit and was able to retaliate... ouch. [[spoiler: Even [[MasterOfIllusion Aizen's]] got one - if you touch his sword before he starts the illusion, you can see through them. Also, while his illusions effect all 5 senses, you have to ''see'' him release his shikai once before you can be caught in them. Thus, the blind are immune.]]

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** [[EmpathicWeapon Zanpaku-tou]] all have some kind of a weak point. [[TheMedic Hanatarou's]] can take the wounds it's healed and turn into an attack powerful enough to kill a Gillian, but afterwards it's a useless three-inch-long scalpel. Consider most enemies in Bleach have a horrible attack radius far, far greater than three inches, this makes him useless in combat. [[MightyGlacier Komamura's]] bankai can take down most enemies with just one hit, but any damage inflicted upon it also appears on Komamura, so if the enemy survived that hit and was able to retaliate... ouch. [[spoiler: Even [[spoiler:Even [[MasterOfIllusion Aizen's]] got one - if you touch his sword before he starts the illusion, you can see through them. Also, while his illusions effect all 5 senses, you have to ''see'' him release his shikai once before you can be caught in them. Thus, the blind are immune.]]



* ComicBook/NormanOsborn, the current BigBad of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, has one rather serious Achilles Heel: he's a nutcase. As Osborn he's a twisted and brilliant MagnificentBastard -- and a sociopath. As the Goblin he's so batshit crazy he makes his Osborn side look well adjusted. As a result, it doesn't take much effort to get a VillainousBreakdown out of him. At one point [[spoiler: due to some "nudging" by imprisoned psychics]], just being ''reminded'' of Franchise/SpiderMan led to Osborn pacing around in his office naked and ranting. And this is ''still'' saner than his Goblin persona.

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* ComicBook/NormanOsborn, the current BigBad of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, has one rather serious Achilles Heel: he's a nutcase. As Osborn he's a twisted and brilliant MagnificentBastard -- and a sociopath. As the Goblin he's so batshit crazy he makes his Osborn side look well adjusted. As a result, it doesn't take much effort to get a VillainousBreakdown out of him. At one point [[spoiler: due [[spoiler:due to some "nudging" by imprisoned psychics]], just being ''reminded'' of Franchise/SpiderMan led to Osborn pacing around in his office naked and ranting. And this is ''still'' saner than his Goblin persona.



* In ''FanFic/WinterWar'', [[spoiler: Yumichika's]] shikai power is given the weakness that if he tries to use it against someone with a sufficiently great reiatsu- say, a high-ranking Espada- rather than killing them, he is overwhelmed with their power and effectively self-BrainwashedAndCrazy.

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* In ''FanFic/WinterWar'', [[spoiler: Yumichika's]] [[spoiler:Yumichika's]] shikai power is given the weakness that if he tries to use it against someone with a sufficiently great reiatsu- say, a high-ranking Espada- rather than killing them, he is overwhelmed with their power and effectively self-BrainwashedAndCrazy.



* In the ''Fanfic/BloodBondBloodOmenSeries'', [[spoiler: the Unshaper]] would have been completely invulnerable if it hadn't insisted on [[spoiler: using avatars]] to give destroying the Earth that personal touch.

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* In the ''Fanfic/BloodBondBloodOmenSeries'', [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Unshaper]] would have been completely invulnerable if it hadn't insisted on [[spoiler: using [[spoiler:using avatars]] to give destroying the Earth that personal touch.



* ''Fanfic/WithThisRing'': Initially, Orange Lantern (OL) has absolutely no ability to resist magic, meaning spells that others would shrug off were crippling to him. Chaos magic was even worse, as it could ignore his shields. Paragon!OL rectified this with a high-grade defensive magical amulet from Atlantis, but that only protects him from direct magical attacks, leaving magic-users one of his worst match-ups. [[spoiler: He grows out of it thanks to the Ophidian giving him a soul and lending her assistance with her resistance, though some skilled magicians can get around it.]] Grayven doesn't have this weakness due to being a New God.

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* ''Fanfic/WithThisRing'': Initially, Orange Lantern (OL) has absolutely no ability to resist magic, meaning spells that others would shrug off were crippling to him. Chaos magic was even worse, as it could ignore his shields. Paragon!OL rectified this with a high-grade defensive magical amulet from Atlantis, but that only protects him from direct magical attacks, leaving magic-users one of his worst match-ups. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He grows out of it thanks to the Ophidian giving him a soul and lending her assistance with her resistance, though some skilled magicians can get around it.]] Grayven doesn't have this weakness due to being a New God.



*** [[spoiler: As Psimon learns the hard way OL is extremely strong against mindscape attacks because anyone invading his mind on that level also gets to fight Ophidian.]]

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*** [[spoiler: As [[spoiler:As Psimon learns the hard way OL is extremely strong against mindscape attacks because anyone invading his mind on that level also gets to fight Ophidian.]]



*** In the new continuity, ''Film/RogueOne'' explains that [[spoiler: the flaw was deliberately added and laboriously hidden by a Rebel sympathizer, who was also the one who fed them the information they would need to exploit it.]]

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*** In the new continuity, ''Film/RogueOne'' explains that [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the flaw was deliberately added and laboriously hidden by a Rebel sympathizer, who was also the one who fed them the information they would need to exploit it.]]



* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d and overdone ad nauseum in ''Film/{{Mindhunters}}''. The plot of the movie rests on a FBI profiler killer killing other FBI profilers by presenting them in situations where they will have to fall for traps he's devised, because said trap is their weakness. [[spoiler: In the end, he dies by getting shot in the head, causing LL Cool J's character to quip "I guess we found out his weakness. Bullets."]] However, the killer's true Achilles Heel is [[spoiler: time. Everything has to happen on his schedule]].

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* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d and overdone ad nauseum in ''Film/{{Mindhunters}}''. The plot of the movie rests on a FBI profiler killer killing other FBI profilers by presenting them in situations where they will have to fall for traps he's devised, because said trap is their weakness. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In the end, he dies by getting shot in the head, causing LL Cool J's character to quip "I guess we found out his weakness. Bullets."]] However, the killer's true Achilles Heel is [[spoiler: time.[[spoiler:time. Everything has to happen on his schedule]].



* A rather clever one in ''Film/ManOfSteel'', [[spoiler: Clark was overwhelmed by his burgeoning SuperSenses and other powers and took some time to control them. He realizes in his first major confrontation that Zod and his crew were using sealed atmosphere PoweredArmor that minimized the reactions they would get from the yellow sun. By breaking those seals they were overwhelmed just as much as young Clark was. Zod later comments that it is a weakness they will adapt to and Zod later fights Superman with all those same powers]].

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* A rather clever one in ''Film/ManOfSteel'', [[spoiler: Clark [[spoiler:Clark was overwhelmed by his burgeoning SuperSenses and other powers and took some time to control them. He realizes in his first major confrontation that Zod and his crew were using sealed atmosphere PoweredArmor that minimized the reactions they would get from the yellow sun. By breaking those seals they were overwhelmed just as much as young Clark was. Zod later comments that it is a weakness they will adapt to and Zod later fights Superman with all those same powers]].



* The Steel Inquisitors in Literature/MistbornTheOriginalTrilogy are ''very'' dangerous customers, with [[FunctionalMagic Allomantic]] powers as well as superhuman strength and speed. [[spoiler: However, the steel spikes that pierce their body are their weakness - if you pull out both the spikes in their eyes, or the one in their upper backs]] it kills them instantly. [[spoiler: Marsh]] uses this to [[spoiler: take out all the Inquisitors in Luthadel near the end of the first book]]. Of course, when they show up again in the third book, they've learned and armored up their weak spot.
** Also, [[spoiler: all creatures created with Hemalurgy, Steel Inquisitors included, can be controlled by a Mistborn using Emotional Allomancy along with duralumin. Or by several Soothers or Rioters working in concert, or by [[BigBad Ruin]]]].

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* The Steel Inquisitors in Literature/MistbornTheOriginalTrilogy are ''very'' dangerous customers, with [[FunctionalMagic Allomantic]] powers as well as superhuman strength and speed. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, the steel spikes that pierce their body are their weakness - if you pull out both the spikes in their eyes, or the one in their upper backs]] it kills them instantly. [[spoiler: Marsh]] [[spoiler:Marsh]] uses this to [[spoiler: take [[spoiler:take out all the Inquisitors in Luthadel near the end of the first book]]. Of course, when they show up again in the third book, they've learned and armored up their weak spot.
** Also, [[spoiler: all [[spoiler:all creatures created with Hemalurgy, Steel Inquisitors included, can be controlled by a Mistborn using Emotional Allomancy along with duralumin. Or by several Soothers or Rioters working in concert, or by [[BigBad Ruin]]]].



* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' Nicodemus is made invulnerable by wearing [[PublicDomainArtifact Iscariot's Noose]], but [[spoiler: he's vulnerable to the noose itself, which naturally is conveniently already around his neck]].

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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' Nicodemus is made invulnerable by wearing [[PublicDomainArtifact Iscariot's Noose]], but [[spoiler: he's [[spoiler:he's vulnerable to the noose itself, which naturally is conveniently already around his neck]].



* In the last book of ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' [[spoiler: Padan Fain, aka Mordeth, aka Shaisam had become a borderline EldritchAbomination with a host of unnatural powers and a small army of the undead at his disposal, and was a genuine threat to the forces of both good and evil- not bad for the snivelling PunchClockVillain he started out as. However, his original human body, which was at the heart of the shifting cloud of [[FogOfDoom white killer mist]] that in many ways was ''really'' him, remained mortal. When [[BadassNormal Mat]] killed said human body, the entire horrible entity was dissipated]].

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* In the last book of ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' [[spoiler: Padan [[spoiler:Padan Fain, aka Mordeth, aka Shaisam had become a borderline EldritchAbomination with a host of unnatural powers and a small army of the undead at his disposal, and was a genuine threat to the forces of both good and evil- not bad for the snivelling PunchClockVillain he started out as. However, his original human body, which was at the heart of the shifting cloud of [[FogOfDoom white killer mist]] that in many ways was ''really'' him, remained mortal. When [[BadassNormal Mat]] killed said human body, the entire horrible entity was dissipated]].



* The immortal Adam of ''Series/{{Forever}}'' reasons that the weapons used to give him and Henry their first deaths (an ancient Roman dagger and a flintlock handgun, respectively) can also give them their FinalDeath. [[spoiler: Subverted, at least as far as Adam's theory goes: Henry resurrects even after being shot with the aforementioned flintlock. Turns out Adam was mistaken.]]

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* The immortal Adam of ''Series/{{Forever}}'' reasons that the weapons used to give him and Henry their first deaths (an ancient Roman dagger and a flintlock handgun, respectively) can also give them their FinalDeath. [[spoiler: Subverted, [[spoiler:Subverted, at least as far as Adam's theory goes: Henry resurrects even after being shot with the aforementioned flintlock. Turns out Adam was mistaken.]]



* Virtually any named enemy in ''TabletopGame/{{Deadlands}}'' will be {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le, except for one weakness somehow obscurely related to [[spoiler: its past]]. The list goes on: Stone, Raven, the Bishop, [[BigScrewedUpFamily prominent Whateleys]], [[spoiler: Grimme, [[BigBad Death, War, Pestilence, Famine]] ]]... In fact, it's so common that one of the most coveted abilities of arcane characters is the rare ability to intuit these weaknesses. (That's part of why the BadassNormal[[BandOfBrothers posse]] keeps the bookworms around.)

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* Virtually any named enemy in ''TabletopGame/{{Deadlands}}'' will be {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le, except for one weakness somehow obscurely related to [[spoiler: its [[spoiler:its past]]. The list goes on: Stone, Raven, the Bishop, [[BigScrewedUpFamily prominent Whateleys]], [[spoiler: Grimme, [[spoiler:Grimme, [[BigBad Death, War, Pestilence, Famine]] ]]... In fact, it's so common that one of the most coveted abilities of arcane characters is the rare ability to intuit these weaknesses. (That's part of why the BadassNormal[[BandOfBrothers posse]] keeps the bookworms around.)



* ''Webcomic/MSPaintMasterpieces'' Enker's Spear, when broken, causes him to [[spoiler: explode]].

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* ''Webcomic/MSPaintMasterpieces'' Enker's Spear, when broken, causes him to [[spoiler: explode]].[[spoiler:explode]].



* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague,'' the forge god Hephaestus says that ''all'' of his creations are given one weakness so no one can become all-powerful. When Wonder Woman asked him what Ares' HumongousMecha is vulnerable to, he doesn't tell her, saying she wouldn't want him going around telling the weakness he'd placed in ''her'' items. [[note]]The weakness is that if you bind her wristbands together she loses her super strength and is rendered helpless.[[/note]] The weakness of Are's weapon is... [[spoiler: pacifism. [[JustifiedTrope It makes sense]], once Ares is the god of War, and the Mecha in question was fueled by violence, either around or against the Mecha. Once people around stopped fighting each other and the Mecha, it ran out of fuel]]. In a later episode, this flaw was removed by [[spoiler: Felix Faust]]. Unfortunately, this gives it a weakness to [[spoiler:Nth metal]] instead.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague,'' the forge god Hephaestus says that ''all'' of his creations are given one weakness so no one can become all-powerful. When Wonder Woman asked him what Ares' HumongousMecha is vulnerable to, he doesn't tell her, saying she wouldn't want him going around telling the weakness he'd placed in ''her'' items. [[note]]The weakness is that if you bind her wristbands together she loses her super strength and is rendered helpless.[[/note]] The weakness of Are's weapon is... [[spoiler: pacifism.[[spoiler:pacifism. [[JustifiedTrope It makes sense]], once Ares is the god of War, and the Mecha in question was fueled by violence, either around or against the Mecha. Once people around stopped fighting each other and the Mecha, it ran out of fuel]]. In a later episode, this flaw was removed by [[spoiler: Felix [[spoiler:Felix Faust]]. Unfortunately, this gives it a weakness to [[spoiler:Nth metal]] instead.



** [[spoiler: And as of Book 3 for Korra, P'li as well.]]

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** [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And as of Book 3 for Korra, P'li as well.]]



** In the Season 6 Finale, Queen Chrysalis' throne in the Changeling Kingdom invokes a special field that completely [[AntiMagic nullifies all magic]] used by Non-Changelings. When she [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu manages to capture]] ''the entire cast'' (somehow) in her revenge plot for the Royal Wedding, they are completely helpless to escape. Starlight Glimmer (now a good guy) gets a little dosage of her own medicine, as her magic is completely shut off. To illustate this further, all Queen Chrysalis [[CurbStompBattle has to do]] to beat Starlight is grab her by the tail and toss her to the ground. [[spoiler: Fortunately, Starlight has learned well from the Mane Six, and demonstrates some guile of her own to pull through, by exploiting Chrysalis' biggest weakness. The Changelings' EmotionEater tendencies only make them good at taking love from others, not actually receiving it from someone who is willing to give it to them. Chrysalis receives yet another HeartBeatDown.]]

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** In the Season 6 Finale, Queen Chrysalis' throne in the Changeling Kingdom invokes a special field that completely [[AntiMagic nullifies all magic]] used by Non-Changelings. When she [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu manages to capture]] ''the entire cast'' (somehow) in her revenge plot for the Royal Wedding, they are completely helpless to escape. Starlight Glimmer (now a good guy) gets a little dosage of her own medicine, as her magic is completely shut off. To illustate this further, all Queen Chrysalis [[CurbStompBattle has to do]] to beat Starlight is grab her by the tail and toss her to the ground. [[spoiler: Fortunately, [[spoiler:Fortunately, Starlight has learned well from the Mane Six, and demonstrates some guile of her own to pull through, by exploiting Chrysalis' biggest weakness. The Changelings' EmotionEater tendencies only make them good at taking love from others, not actually receiving it from someone who is willing to give it to them. Chrysalis receives yet another HeartBeatDown.]]
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': According to myth and legend, there are four young women called the [[ElementalPowers Maidens of the Seasons]], each with unimaginable mythical power. There is also a more secret myth about [[MagicEye silver-eyed]] warriors who can destroy the [[CrapsackWorld humanity-hunting]] Creatures of Grimm with a single glance. Cinder spends the first three volumes [[AmbitionIsEvil plotting to steal]] the Fall Maiden's powers while using the Grimm to destroy [[ExtranormalInstitute Beacon Academy]] in the process. When she finally achieves her goal and reaches the height of her power, she [[DidntSeeThatComing accidentally triggers]] the silver-eyed [[TheHeroine Ruby's]] untapped abilities, which mysteriously lash out at her as well as the Grimm. Cinder is so badly injured that the BigBad, Salem, [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen benches her]] for the whole of Volume 4 to recover. [[MonstrousHumanoid Salem]] explains to Cinder that, while she has now obtained unimaginable power, it has brought with it a [[AssimilationBackfire crippling weakness]] to Ruby's own unimaginable power. Cinder's reaction to that news is to use the memory of Ruby [[ItsPersonal as a tool]] for recovering as fast as she can.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': According to myth and legend, there are four young women called the [[ElementalPowers Maidens of the Seasons]], Seasons]] each with possess unimaginable mythical power. There is also a more secret myth legend about [[MagicEye silver-eyed]] warriors who can destroy the [[CrapsackWorld humanity-hunting]] Creatures of Grimm with a single glance. Cinder spends the first three volumes [[AmbitionIsEvil plotting to steal]] the Fall Maiden's powers while using the Grimm to destroy [[ExtranormalInstitute Beacon Academy]] in the process.Academy]]. When she finally achieves her goal and reaches the height of her power, she [[DidntSeeThatComing accidentally triggers]] the silver-eyed [[TheHeroine Ruby's]] untapped abilities, which mysteriously lash out at her as well as the Grimm. Cinder is so badly injured that the BigBad, Salem, [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen benches her]] for the whole of Volume 4 to recover. [[MonstrousHumanoid Salem]] explains to Cinder that, while she has now obtained unimaginable power, it has brought with it a [[AssimilationBackfire crippling weakness]] to Ruby's own unimaginable power. Ruby becomes Cinder's reaction to that news is to use the memory of Ruby [[ItsPersonal as a tool]] for recovering as fast as she can.motivation]] to recover.
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': According to myth and legend, there are four young women called the [[ElementalPowers Maidens of the Seasons]], each with unimaginable mythical power. There is also a more secret myth about [[MagicEye silver-eyed]] warriors who can destroy the [[CrapsackWorld humanity-hunting]] Creatures of Grimm with a single glance. Cinder spends the first three volumes [[AmbitionIsEvil plotting to steal]] the Fall Maiden's powers while using the Grimm to destroy [[ExtranormalInstitute Beacon Academy]] in the process. When she finally achieves her goal and reaches the height of her power, she [[DidntSeeThatComing accidentally triggers]] the silver-eyed [[TheHeroine Ruby's]] untapped abilities, which mysteriously lash out at her as well as the Grimm. Cinder is so badly injured that the BigBad, Salem, [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen benches her]] for the whole of Volume 4 to recover. [[MonstrousHumanoid Salem]] explains to Cinder that, while she has now obtained unimaginable power, it has brought with it a [[AssimilationBackfire crippling weakness]] to Ruby's own unimaginable power. Cinder's reaction to that news is to use the memory of Ruby [[ItsPersonal as a tool]] for recovering as fast as she can.
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Oh, poor Pyrrha Nikos. [[spoiler:In the end, her one true weakness was her selfless heroism. Given the choice of evacuating from Grimm-invaded Vale with [[LoveInterests Jaune]] or confronting a fully Fall Maiden empowered [[BigBad Cinder]], she chooses the latter, even after having been repeatedly told that she wouldn't be able to defeat her. With a first and LastKiss to Jaune and shoving him into a rocket-locker to blast him off to safety, she ventures forth and battles Cinder... and pays the ultimate price. Being named after the {{Trope Namer|s}}, she also literally gets crippled with a glass arrow to the heel at the end of the fight, which sealed her fate by preventing her from fleeing.]]
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* ''VisualNovel/KajiriKamuiKagura''
** All members of the Yatsukahagi are Cosmic Entities, capable of affecting the entire multiverse with their broken powers, but if someone finds out their true name they can completly crush them as their Law will be rejected from the world itself as the Throne which governs reality imbued them with a 'loser' status due to the Yatsukahagi losing against Hajun.
** Tenma Sukuna, a member of the Yatsukahagi, can use his Taikyoku Law, Malignant Tumor Apoptosis, to negate supernatural phenomena or directly crush any supernatural being to the level of an ordinary human, completly sealing any supernatural power. His Law has only two weaknesses, it doesn't work on anyone with higher Taikyku level than him and if the target is a normal human he insteads gets crushed to the level of a normal human.
22nd Jun '17 8:27:34 PM Getta
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* DavidVersusGoliath: Not taking a seemingly trivial threat seriously.


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* ManOfKryptonite: A living, walking KryptoniteFactor, which makes for a tricky enemy.
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