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15th Mar '17 6:16:37 PM nombretomado
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* MSFHighForum: Israfel has a legion made wooden false arm since Seram keeps his real arm, Fable was given an artificial arm by Yosah on her first day.

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* MSFHighForum: ''Roleplay/MSFHighForum'': Israfel has a legion made wooden false arm since Seram keeps his real arm, Fable was given an artificial arm by Yosah on her first day.
14th Mar '17 5:32:06 PM ShinyCottonCandy
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* Animals can be given prosthetic limbs too, though it's more rare than humans. Cats and dogs do well on three legs, but in cases where two legs have been lost, prosthetics have been employed. Then there was Winter, the dolphin given a prosthetic tail, as see in ''ADolphinTale''.

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* Animals can be given prosthetic limbs too, though it's more rare than humans. Cats and dogs do well on three legs, but in cases where two legs have been lost, prosthetics have been employed. Then there was Winter, the dolphin given a prosthetic tail, as see seen in ''ADolphinTale''.
''Film/DolphinTale''.
14th Mar '17 2:11:54 AM SignalFirefly
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* Clinton from ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' has a robotic right hand, which he got following a fireworks accident as a child. His sibling mentions that he took the loss of his original hand well and actually ''prefers'' his robotic one, noting the [[BrokenAesop unfortunate moral]] of the story seems to be "playing with fireworks gets you cool robot limbs".

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* Clinton from ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' has a robotic right hand, which he got following a fireworks accident as a child. His sibling sister mentions that he took the loss of his original hand well and actually ''prefers'' his robotic one, noting the [[BrokenAesop unfortunate moral]] of the story seems to be "playing with fireworks gets you cool robot limbs".
12th Mar '17 5:30:59 PM nombretomado
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* Deandra The New Girl from ''TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' has a robotic left arm from Episode 14 onward. And yes, ''FullmetalAlchemist'' has been referenced a hundred gazillion times by the fans (and twice by the InUniverse characters) because of it.

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* Deandra The New Girl from ''TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' has a robotic left arm from Episode 14 onward. And yes, ''FullmetalAlchemist'' has been referenced a hundred gazillion times by the fans (and twice by the InUniverse characters) because of it.
8th Mar '17 10:06:22 AM nombretomado
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* The ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' RPG ''MechWarrior'' has rules for characters getting prosthetics, ranked in four tiers, from crude hooks and pegs to full cybernetics sheathed in synthetic skin, as well as eye and ear replacements. However, there's no real advantage to them - at their best (and most expensive), they only allow a character to perform as well as they would with the original parts.

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* The ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' RPG ''MechWarrior'' ''VideoGame/MechWarrior'' has rules for characters getting prosthetics, ranked in four tiers, from crude hooks and pegs to full cybernetics sheathed in synthetic skin, as well as eye and ear replacements. However, there's no real advantage to them - at their best (and most expensive), they only allow a character to perform as well as they would with the original parts.
8th Mar '17 9:30:16 AM nombretomado
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* Jack West in MatthewReilly's ''Seven Ancient Wonders'' trilogy sacrificed his left arm to escape from a trap... after he was promised one of these. Luckily for him, this was in the backstory, 10 years before the first novel started so he had time to adjust to his new arm before everything went to hell.

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* Jack West in MatthewReilly's Creator/MatthewReilly's ''Seven Ancient Wonders'' trilogy sacrificed his left arm to escape from a trap... after he was promised one of these. Luckily for him, this was in the backstory, 10 years before the first novel started so he had time to adjust to his new arm before everything went to hell.
7th Mar '17 6:25:15 AM system
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5th Mar '17 1:09:16 PM 123
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* AnatomyArsenal -- Replacing limbs with weapons.




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* UnusualWeaponMounting -- Replacing limbs with weapons.
18th Feb '17 1:38:20 AM Veanne
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* In ''Webcomic/TryingHuman'', when [=EBE1=] first crashed on Earth (in the Forties), they amputated his arm and replaced it with one made of the metal from his ship, which he retains in present-day storyline.
14th Feb '17 5:30:13 PM Dracis
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** This wouldn't be a proper pirate movie series without at least one wooden leg. It shows up in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides'', attached to Barbossa. Kind of appropriate, since he's the most stereotypical (yarr!) pirate of the bunch.

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** This wouldn't be a proper pirate movie series without at least one wooden leg. It shows up in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides'', attached to Barbossa. Kind of appropriate, since he's the most stereotypical (yarr!) pirate of the bunch. He can also remove it to access the bottle of rum hidden inside. (Jack is quite jealous of that particular feature.)
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