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25th Sep '16 4:10:53 PM RichManAnchor
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': At some point in Mercury's past, he lost both of his legs and had them replaced with cybernetic limbs. This eventually becomes extremely useful to the villains. [[spoiler:Mercury is very sensitive to Pyrrha's magnetism Semblance and is able to assess her abilities after only seconds of sparring allowing him to gather valuable intelligence about her that Cinder can exploit. He is also capable of withstanding Yang's Semblance-empowered attacks and make it appear as though his legs are broken without being genuinely harmed. This allows Emerald to use her powers to frame both Yang and Pyrrha, and by extension Ozpin (as their headmaster), without Mercury being injured or anyone catching on.]]
[[spoiler:Yang herself loses her right arm to Adam after she attempts to attack him for wounding Blake. This, combined with all the other calamities suffered, causes her to fall into a deep depression.]]

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': At some point in Mercury's past, he lost both of his legs and had them replaced with cybernetic limbs. This eventually becomes extremely useful to the villains. [[spoiler:Mercury is very sensitive to Pyrrha's magnetism Semblance and is able to assess her abilities after only seconds of sparring allowing him to gather valuable intelligence about her that Cinder can exploit. He is also capable of withstanding Yang's Semblance-empowered attacks and make it appear as though his legs are broken without being genuinely harmed. This allows Emerald to use her powers to frame both Yang and Pyrrha, and by extension Ozpin (as their headmaster), without Mercury being injured or anyone catching on.]]
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Yang herself loses her right arm to Adam after she attempts to attack him for wounding Blake. This, combined with all the other calamities suffered, causes her to fall into a deep depression.]]
25th Sep '16 4:08:32 PM RichManAnchor
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* [[spoiler:Yang herself loses her right arm to Adam after she attempts to attack him for wounding Blake. This, combined with all the other calamities suffered, causes her to fall into a deep depression.]]

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* [[spoiler:Yang herself loses her right arm to Adam after she attempts to attack him for wounding Blake. This, combined with all the other calamities suffered, causes her to fall into a deep depression.]]
25th Sep '16 4:06:37 PM RichManAnchor
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*[[spoiler:Yang herself loses her right arm to Adam after she attempts to attack him for wounding Blake. This, combined with all the other calamities suffered, causes her to fall into a deep depression.]]
17th Sep '16 8:43:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/BlackMoonChronicles'': During the final battle with Haazheel Thorn, he rips off Hellaynnea's arms when she tries to stop him from killing Wismerhill.
14th Sep '16 1:24:49 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': At some point in Mercury's past, he lost both of his legs and had them replaced with prosthetic limbs. This eventually becomes extremely useful to the villains. [[spoiler:Mercury is very sensitive to Pyrrha's magnetism Semblance and is able to assess her abilities after only seconds of sparring allowing him to gather valuable intelligence about her that Cinder can exploit. He is also capable of withstanding Yang's Semblance-empowered attacks and make it appear as though his legs are broken without being genuinely harmed. This allows Emerald to use her powers to frame both Yang and Pyrrha, and by extension Ozpin (as their headmaster), without Mercury being injured or anyone catching on.]]

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': At some point in Mercury's past, he lost both of his legs and had them replaced with prosthetic cybernetic limbs. This eventually becomes extremely useful to the villains. [[spoiler:Mercury is very sensitive to Pyrrha's magnetism Semblance and is able to assess her abilities after only seconds of sparring allowing him to gather valuable intelligence about her that Cinder can exploit. He is also capable of withstanding Yang's Semblance-empowered attacks and make it appear as though his legs are broken without being genuinely harmed. This allows Emerald to use her powers to frame both Yang and Pyrrha, and by extension Ozpin (as their headmaster), without Mercury being injured or anyone catching on.]]
14th Sep '16 1:24:13 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': At some point in Mercury's past, he lost both of his legs and had them replaced with prosthetic limbs. [[spoiler:Cinder uses his artificial limbs to further her plot. Mercury is capable of withstanding Yang's Semblance-empowered attacks and make it appear as though his legs are broken. This allows Emerald to use her powers to frame Yang and by extension Ozpin (as her headmaster) without injuring Mercury at all.]]
** In the last episodes of Volume 3, [[spoiler: Yang herself falls victim to this, losing an arm in the second to last episode of Volume 3. By the end of the volume, she is completely depressed and still stuck in bed.]]

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': At some point in Mercury's past, he lost both of his legs and had them replaced with prosthetic limbs. [[spoiler:Cinder uses his artificial limbs This eventually becomes extremely useful to further the villains. [[spoiler:Mercury is very sensitive to Pyrrha's magnetism Semblance and is able to assess her plot. Mercury abilities after only seconds of sparring allowing him to gather valuable intelligence about her that Cinder can exploit. He is also capable of withstanding Yang's Semblance-empowered attacks and make it appear as though his legs are broken. broken without being genuinely harmed. This allows Emerald to use her powers to frame both Yang and Pyrrha, and by extension Ozpin (as her headmaster) their headmaster), without injuring Mercury at all.]]
** In the last episodes of Volume 3, [[spoiler: Yang herself falls victim to this, losing an arm in the second to last episode of Volume 3. By the end of the volume, she is completely depressed and still stuck in bed.
being injured or anyone catching on.]]
4th Sep '16 3:36:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/MichaelIronside's characters frequently lose (and damage) limbs [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxFejgU0GkY in the movies he's done]], including:

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* Creator/MichaelIronside's characters frequently lose (and damage) limbs [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxFejgU0GkY in the movies he's done]], done, including:
4th Sep '16 3:31:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/SpyHard'': General Rancor lost both his arms after his previous run-in with Agent Dick Steele, but has had various prosphetic replacements constructed. After Steele ties Rancor to his own missile in the climax, he loses his legs as well.
10th Aug '16 2:54:03 PM Vero
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** Though un unusual limb, Son Gohan losing his tail several times (and regrowing it with effort later) counts, as without the tail, Saiyan don't convert to monster ape form when hit by the moonlight.

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** Though un an unusual limb, Son Gohan losing his tail several times (and regrowing it with effort later) counts, as without the tail, Saiyan don't convert to monster ape form when hit by the moonlight.
4th Aug '16 5:31:08 AM KingSonnDeeDoo
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* In ''Webcomic/{{BACK}}'' this is how Abigail finally manages to defeat [[spoiler:the Dead Man (a.k.a. "Damned" Heat): by flinging a guillotie blade at his legs whilst he's making a whirlwind, slicing his feet clean off.]]
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