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30th Jan '16 4:31:14 PM nombretomado
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* A group of superheroes known as "The Elementals" appear in ''{{Superfriends}}'', the members are one man and three women named Gnome, Undine, Sylph, and Salamander, whose powers are controllong earth, water, wind, and fire respectively.
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* A group of superheroes known as "The Elementals" appear in ''{{Superfriends}}'', ''{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}'', the members are one man and three women named Gnome, Undine, Sylph, and Salamander, whose powers are controllong controlling earth, water, wind, and fire respectively.
8th Dec '15 4:45:20 PM TotemicHero
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* Salamanders appear as fiery serpentine spirits in ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}''. One in-universe point of view on why no one sees the other three types of elementals is that they have all been corrupted by human pollution.
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* Salamanders appear as fiery serpentine spirits in ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}''. One in-universe point of view on why no one sees the other three types of elementals is that they have all been corrupted by human pollution.pollution into vicious toxic spirits.
8th Dec '15 4:44:03 PM TotemicHero
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* Salamanders appear as fiery serpentine spirits in ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}''. One in-universe point of view on why no one sees the other three types of elementals is that they have all been corrupted by human pollution.
25th Oct '15 5:30:19 PM nombretomado
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* In L. Jagi Lamplighter's ''ProsperosDaughter'' trilogy, at one point, one character sneers at Paracleus for having gnomes instead of oreads. Eramus explains that the original document had had oreads, and the Circle of Solomon had tampered with it to prevent that knowledge getting out -- you see, gnomes don't cause earthquakes. Other than that substitutions, they are the typical four.
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* In L. Jagi Lamplighter's ''ProsperosDaughter'' ''Literature/ProsperosDaughter'' trilogy, at one point, one character sneers at Paracleus for having gnomes instead of oreads. Eramus explains that the original document had had oreads, and the Circle of Solomon had tampered with it to prevent that knowledge getting out -- you see, gnomes don't cause earthquakes. Other than that substitutions, they are the typical four.
19th Oct '15 5:21:22 AM Morgenthaler
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** In ''{{Ogre Battle 64}}'' Salamanders are summoned by the Elem Predra of Fire.
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** In ''{{Ogre ''VideoGame/{{Ogre Battle 64}}'' Salamanders are summoned by the Elem Predra of Fire.

* Appear in ''{{Drakengard}}'' as your allies' pact-creatures. Leonard gets a sylph (a SmallAnnoyingCreature), Arioch gets Undine and Salamander (who appear as a glowing blue/red orb respectively), but Seele gets a golem so huge its fists fill up the screen. * Averted in ''GoldenSun'', where the elementals are called Djinn, {{Mon}}-like creatures with different appearances depending on their effect (in DarkDawn, the previous games gave them all the same appearance). However, the standard elementals (gnomes, salamanders, faeries and a merman) do appear as enemies.
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* Appear in ''{{Drakengard}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'' as your allies' pact-creatures. Leonard gets a sylph (a SmallAnnoyingCreature), Arioch gets Undine and Salamander (who appear as a glowing blue/red orb respectively), but Seele gets a golem so huge its fists fill up the screen. * Averted in ''GoldenSun'', ''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn'', where the elementals are called Djinn, {{Mon}}-like creatures with different appearances depending on their effect (in DarkDawn, ''Dark Dawn'', the previous games gave them all the same appearance). However, the standard elementals (gnomes, salamanders, faeries and a merman) do appear as enemies.
10th Oct '15 1:13:32 PM pi4t
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Except for the [[FierySalamander Salamander]][[note]]See the Myths section for a detailled explanation on that one[[/note]], they first appeared in the alchemical works of Paracelsus. From there, these elementals took root in popular imagination, and frequently appear as a set representing their respective elements. They are the most common form of ElementalEmbodiment for the classical elements.
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Except for the [[FierySalamander Salamander]][[note]]See the Myths section for a detailled detailed explanation on that one[[/note]], they first appeared in the alchemical works of Paracelsus. From there, these elementals took root in popular imagination, and frequently appear as a set representing their respective elements. They are the most common form of ElementalEmbodiment for the classical elements.
26th Jun '15 3:21:30 AM MorningStar1337
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26th Jun '15 3:20:17 AM MorningStar1337
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[[/folder]] [[Folder: Webcomics]] * ''Webcomic/SleeplessDomain'''s protagonists have them as names (although with the exception of Undine and Tessa, the names used are deviations from the respective being). They correlate to the element of magic used (except Tessa, which uses Aether, which has no elemental) Sally uses Fire Magic, Undine uses Water, Gwen uses Earth Magic and Sylvia uses Air magic.
25th May '15 12:49:33 PM TheNerfGuy
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* In Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL, Yuma received some support monsters that are based on these beings [[spoiler: as part of a BatmanGambit on the part of [[BiggerBad Vector]]]]. There are some more examples in the "tabletop Games" folder.
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* In Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL, Yuma received some support monsters that are based on these beings [[spoiler: as part of a BatmanGambit on the part of [[BiggerBad [[GreaterScopeVillain Vector]]]]. There are some more examples in the "tabletop Games" folder.
22nd Apr '15 6:51:29 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Berserk}}'' eventually features elements once Schierke shows up. She is able to commune with the elemental spirits (the Earth spirit appears to be a golem), and gives the others elemental weapons: Isidoro gets a fire dagger crawling with tiny lizard-shaped things, Serpico gets a wind-infused cloak and rapier, and presumably Guts would have gotten an earth-infused axe if he hadn't turned it down in favor of his Dragonslayer.
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* ''{{Berserk}}'' ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'' eventually features elements once Schierke shows up. She is able to commune with the elemental spirits (the Earth spirit appears to be a golem), and gives the others elemental weapons: Isidoro gets a fire dagger crawling with tiny lizard-shaped things, Serpico gets a wind-infused cloak and rapier, and presumably Guts would have gotten an earth-infused axe if he hadn't turned it down in favor of his Dragonslayer.
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