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20th Nov '17 11:50:54 AM DragonQuestZ
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** The original ''VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon'' had three fairy beings that would lift Spyro up if his glides went wrong in certain levels.
20th Sep '17 9:22:03 PM LegoLover58
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** If you fall down a pit as Superman in ''VideoGame/LEGODimensions'', his flight ability automatically kicks in.
16th Sep '17 10:10:06 AM nombretomado
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** The GameBoyAdvance games ''Spyro: Season of Ice''/''Season of Flame'' probably count as well. Fairy magic saves you from falling into [[SuperDrowningSkills water]] in a home world.

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** The GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance games ''Spyro: Season of Ice''/''Season of Flame'' probably count as well. Fairy magic saves you from falling into [[SuperDrowningSkills water]] in a home world.
24th Aug '17 7:03:38 PM rjd1922
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* One of the powerups in ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' makes you temporarily unable to fall into a Bottomless Pit. Which is good, too, since one of the items requires that powerup to get.

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* One of the powerups The Float Muffin in ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' makes you temporarily unable to fall into a Bottomless Pit. Which is good, too, since one bounce off of bottomless pits. One of the items even requires that powerup Float Muffins to get.get, unless you wait until you get the Harpy transformation dance later in the game.
18th Apr '17 8:54:55 PM Exusia
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** Fan game ''VideoGame/MegaManUnlimited'' uses Beat in a similar fashion as above, except instead of it costing health it costs screws.
6th Dec '16 5:31:01 PM kablammin45
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Veggietales}}'' LicensedGame ''Minnesota Cuke and the Coconut Apes'' in normal play lacks this, but hitting the "[[EasierThanEasy Easyplay Button]]" in the options menu will cause Larry/Minnesota to simply go flying out of any Bottomless Pits he falls into with a comical bouncing noise.




!!Non Video Game Examples
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Veggietales}}'' LicensedGame ''Minnesota Cuke and the Coconut Apes'' in normal play lacks this, but hitting the "[[EasierThanEasy Easyplay Button]]" in the options menu will cause Larry/Minnesota to simply go flying out of any Bottomless Pits he falls into with a comical bouncing noise.
22nd Nov '16 8:31:16 PM Marilla
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!!Examples
* Pictured is the ''VideoGame/XMen1993'' game on the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, in which ComicBook/JeanGrey uses her {{Telekinesis}} to pull players up when they fall in a pit.
* Layle's GravityMaster powers in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesTheCrystalBearers'' includes this ability, though there is one area that's an exception, where you just respawn at the start instead.
* In The High Caves of the first ''Videogame/SpyroTheDragon'', 3 fairies do this for you. Only if you fall within the specific area in the center where you're expected to use [[SprintShoes the super charge]], though. Fall off the edge anywhere else, you're screwed.
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro: Dawn of the Dragon'', the player is automatically forced into flight mode if they fall into an otherwise bottomless pit. ([[InvisibleWall Thermal updrafts]]?)
** The GameBoyAdvance games ''Spyro: Season of Ice''/''Season of Flame'' probably count as well. Fairy magic saves you from falling into [[SuperDrowningSkills water]] in a home world.

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!!Examples
!!Video Game Examples

[[AC: Arcade]]
* Pictured is the ''VideoGame/XMen1993'' game ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'' has two levels like this. On Dweeb's plane stage, a helicopter will rescue you and drop you back on the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, in which ComicBook/JeanGrey level at the cost of some health. The handcar on Bernard's train stage works the same way.

[[AC:Action Adventure]]
* The ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' of games use this. While there are bottomless pits, if Batman falls into one of them, he just
uses her {{Telekinesis}} his grappling hook to pull players up when they fall in launch himself to the nearest ledge, unharmed. The series also averts SuperDrowningSkills if Batman falls into the water, having him do the same thing as if he fell into a pit.
* Layle's GravityMaster powers in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesTheCrystalBearers'' includes this ability, though there is one area that's an exception, where you just respawn at In ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} [[SuperTitle64Advance 64]]'', if Bomberman falls through the start instead.
* In The High Caves
cracks of the first ''Videogame/SpyroTheDragon'', 3 fairies do this for you. Only if you fall within web made by the specific area in the center where you're expected to use [[SprintShoes the super charge]], though. Fall off the edge anywhere else, you're screwed.
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro: Dawn
spider boss of the Dragon'', {{Slippy Slidey Ice World}}, Sirius will swoop in and save him. This has its limits; fall too often, and Sirius won't appear, costing the player is automatically forced into flight mode if they fall into an otherwise bottomless pit. ([[InvisibleWall Thermal updrafts]]?)
a life.
** The GameBoyAdvance games ''Spyro: Season of Ice''/''Season of Flame'' probably count as well. Fairy magic saves If you have collected 100 Gold Cards and are replaying the boss for fun, [[spoiler: Sirius will actually not save you from falling into [[SuperDrowningSkills water]] at all as a result of his FaceHeelTurn, making this stage of the fight a little more challenging than before.]]
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' offers this with patrolmen, but only near Skyloft. Elsewhere, the NonlethalBottomlessPits are unexplained, though Link does have a sailcloth that prevents falling damage.
* VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame:
** ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter: Years 1-4'' has a Red Brick extra that levitates you back out of pits.
** Fall Rescue is an available Red Brick
in various other LEGO Adaptation Games as well. Also, if you fall off the Helicarrier in ''Lego Marvel Superheroes'', a home world.robot picks you back up.



* In ''VideoGame/MegaMan3'', a GoodBadBug allows Player 2 to perform this service, rendering Mega Man invincible (but unable to shoot regular bullets) in the process.
** In ''VideoGame/MegaMan7'', ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'' and ''VideoGame/MegaMan10'', you can purchase a one-time use Beat Whistle that will save you from a bottomless pit. Unfortunately, it's not completely reliable, as the amount of time Beat will carry you for is not always sufficient to get you back to solid ground.
** Something similar takes place in ''VideoGame/Rockman4MinusInfinity''; rescuing Beat in Skull Man's stage and Cossack Stage 1 lets the bird rescue Mega Man an unlimited amount of times at the cost of some of his health.
*** In the same game, you have the option of sucking up a Balloon Adaptor (found in either Dive Man's stage or Dr. Cossack's first stage) with the Recycle Inhaler (Dust Man's weapon) to get the Trampoline, which works similar to Beat, except that it's effective for the entire game.
** Certain Cyber-elves do this in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', but there is usually a better use for any given elf slot.
** Your Biometal does this in the easy mode of both ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'' games.
* Lakitus from the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' games pulls the player out of things like bottomless pits, water and lava. Of course being a racing game, it still costs valuable time (and coins in the original game, ''Super Circuit'', and ''7'').
* In ''VideoGame/SlyCooperAndTheThieviusRaccoonus'', you can learn the ability to recover from [[SuperDrowningSkills falling into water]], followed by falling into bottomless pits.
* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', Rosalina will pull Mario up if he falls in the HubLevel. The Gate's appearance at the end of "The Perfect Run" in [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2 the sequel]] [[KaizoTrap averts this.]]
* In the GBA version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'', an e-reader card (not released in certain regions) will cause a flying platform to lift Mario out of bottomless pits- 3 times per level.

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* In ''VideoGame/MegaMan3'', a GoodBadBug allows Player 2 to perform this service, rendering Mega Man invincible (but unable to shoot regular bullets) in ''SpiderManShatteredDimensions'', if any of the process.
** In ''VideoGame/MegaMan7'', ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'' and ''VideoGame/MegaMan10'', you can purchase a one-time use Beat Whistle that will save you from
Spideys fall into a bottomless pit. Unfortunately, it's not completely reliable, as the amount of time Beat will carry you for is not always sufficient pit, it'll switch to get you back to solid ground.
** Something similar takes place in ''VideoGame/Rockman4MinusInfinity''; rescuing Beat in Skull Man's stage and Cossack Stage 1 lets the bird rescue Mega Man an unlimited amount of times at the cost of some of his health.
*** In the same game, you have the option of sucking up a Balloon Adaptor (found in either Dive Man's stage or Dr. Cossack's
first stage) with the Recycle Inhaler (Dust Man's weapon) to get the Trampoline, which works similar to Beat, except that it's effective for the entire game.
** Certain Cyber-elves do this in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', but there is usually a better use for any given elf slot.
** Your Biometal does this in the easy
person mode of both ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'' games.
* Lakitus from the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' games pulls the player out of things like bottomless pits, water
and lava. Of course being a racing game, it still costs valuable time (and coins in the original game, ''Super Circuit'', and ''7'').
* In ''VideoGame/SlyCooperAndTheThieviusRaccoonus'',
you can learn the ability fire a webline to recover from [[SuperDrowningSkills falling into water]], followed by falling save yourself.
** Also, Madame Web will teleport enemies that fall
into bottomless pits.
* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', Rosalina will pull Mario up if he falls in
platforms to safe locations so that the HubLevel. The Gate's appearance at the end of "The Perfect Run" Spideys don't have to worry about accidentally killing people.
* An analogous situation can be found
in [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2 the sequel]] [[KaizoTrap averts this.]]
* In the GBA version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'', an e-reader card (not released in certain regions) will cause a flying platform to lift Mario
''VideoGame/StarControl II'', where running out of bottomless pits- 3 times per level.fuel would leave you stranded in deep space—except that the Melnorme (or the Druuge, if you're unlucky enough to be in their space) will show up to sell you fuel, in exchange for bits of your ship (or crewmen) if necessary.

[[AC: Action Games]]
* The Phoenix in ''Demon Sword''.
* The Rainbow Arts game ''Rock 'n' Roll'' has a parachute that provides this service.
* Pictured is the ''VideoGame/XMen1993'' game on the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, in which ComicBook/JeanGrey uses her {{Telekinesis}} to pull players up when they fall in a pit.

[[AC:Fighting]]



* The Marble Garden Zone boss battle in ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sonic the Hedgehog 3]]'' has Tails pick you up and fly you after the boss. If Sonic jumps and hits the boss and falls offscreen, Tails will fly back up with him moments later.
* Corvus from ''VideoGame/{{Heretic}} 2'' is inexplicably teleported back to safety if he falls while trying to jump across a broken bridge. No explanation is given and it only seems to happen in one place. Later you get a power that lets you do the same manually.



* ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' let Kirby's helpers (controlled either by the computer or player two) teleport back to Kirby at will, or if they went too far off-screen.
* In ''VideoGame/StimpysInvention'', Powdered Toast Man will rescue you if you fall into a pit.

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[[AC:First Person Shooter]]
* ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' let Kirby's helpers (controlled either by the computer or player two) teleport Corvus from ''VideoGame/{{Heretic}} 2'' is inexplicably teleported back to Kirby at will, or safety if they went too far off-screen.
he falls while trying to jump across a broken bridge. No explanation is given and it only seems to happen in one place. Later you get a power that lets you do the same manually.

[[AC:[[MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame MMORPGs]]]]
* In ''VideoGame/StimpysInvention'', Powdered Toast Man ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', in the Molten Front daily questing area, the Druids of the Talon will rescue do this for you if once you fall into recruit them.

[[AC:Party]]
* This also occurs in
a pit.few multi-player minigames in the ''VideoGame/MarioParty'' franchise.

[[AC:Platform]]
* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns [[VideoGameRemake 3D]]'' features Green Balloons, available only in [[IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels New Mode]]. Upon buying at least one from Cranky's shop, it will carry Donkey and Diddy out of the bottom of the screen.



* ''[[VideoGame/KirbysEpicYarn Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' has a character called Angie who carries Kirby out of bottomless pits but many beads are dropped in the process.
* ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' let Kirby's helpers (controlled either by the computer or player two) teleport back to Kirby at will, or if they went too far off-screen.
* In ''Märchen Maze'', the balloon item will bring Alice back if she falls off the edge of the level.
* In ''VideoGame/MegaMan3'', a GoodBadBug allows Player 2 to perform this service, rendering Mega Man invincible (but unable to shoot regular bullets) in the process.
** In ''VideoGame/MegaMan7'', ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'' and ''VideoGame/MegaMan10'', you can purchase a one-time use Beat Whistle that will save you from a bottomless pit. Unfortunately, it's not completely reliable, as the amount of time Beat will carry you for is not always sufficient to get you back to solid ground.
** Something similar takes place in ''VideoGame/Rockman4MinusInfinity''; rescuing Beat in Skull Man's stage and Cossack Stage 1 lets the bird rescue Mega Man an unlimited amount of times at the cost of some of his health.
*** In the same game, you have the option of sucking up a Balloon Adaptor (found in either Dive Man's stage or Dr. Cossack's first stage) with the Recycle Inhaler (Dust Man's weapon) to get the Trampoline, which works similar to Beat, except that it's effective for the entire game.
** Certain Cyber-elves do this in ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'', but there is usually a better use for any given elf slot.
** Your Biometal does this in the easy mode of both ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'' games.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} [[SuperTitle64Advance 64]]'', if Bomberman falls through the cracks of the web made by the spider boss of the {{Slippy Slidey Ice World}}, Sirius will swoop in and save him. This has its limits; fall too often, and Sirius won't appear, costing the player a life.
** If you have collected 100 Gold Cards and are replaying the boss for fun, [[spoiler: Sirius will actually not save you from falling at all as a result of his FaceHeelTurn, making this stage of the fight a little more challenging than before.]]
* In ''VideoGame/BeyondOasis'', your [[SummonMagic summon spirit]] Shade will save you from falls as long as you have MP.
* In ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'', your friendly mask spirit (Aku Aku for the good guys and Uka Uka for the baddies) will save you from bottomless pits. This is more complicated in ''VideoGame/CrashNitroKart'', where Emperor Velo's team gets pulled back from a pit by a mask resembling his face. Very [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment unexpected]], yet very chilling.
* In ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave'', getting knocked out of the battle area will KO a phantom or minor enemy, but major enemies and Marona will just teleport back on the field; some fields also have a "no OOB" effect on either the entire field or particular items that you can confine phantoms to.



* The Phoenix in ''Demon Sword''.
* An analogous situation can be found in ''VideoGame/StarControl II'', where running out of fuel would leave you stranded in deep space—except that the Melnorme (or the Druuge, if you're unlucky enough to be in their space) will show up to sell you fuel, in exchange for bits of your ship (or crewmen) if necessary.
* This also occurs in a few multi-player minigames in the ''VideoGame/MarioParty'' franchise.

to:

* The Phoenix in ''Demon Sword''.
* An analogous situation
In ''VideoGame/SlyCooperAndTheThieviusRaccoonus'', you can be found in ''VideoGame/StarControl II'', where running out of fuel would leave you stranded in deep space—except that learn the Melnorme (or the Druuge, if you're unlucky enough ability to be in their space) will show up to sell you fuel, in exchange for bits of your ship (or crewmen) if necessary.
* This also occurs in a few multi-player minigames in the ''VideoGame/MarioParty'' franchise.
recover from [[SuperDrowningSkills falling into water]], followed by falling into bottomless pits.



* In ''SpiderManShatteredDimensions'', if any of the Spideys fall into a bottomless pit, it'll switch to first person mode and you can fire a webline to save yourself.
** Also, Madame Web will teleport enemies that fall into bottomless platforms to safe locations so that the Spideys don't have to worry about accidentally killing people.
* ''[[VideoGame/KirbysEpicYarn Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' has a character called Angie who carries Kirby out of bottomless pits but many beads are dropped in the process.
* VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame:
** ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter: Years 1-4'' has a Red Brick extra that levitates you back out of pits.
** Fall Rescue is an available Red Brick in various other LEGO Adaptation Games as well. Also, if you fall off the Helicarrier in ''Lego Marvel Superheroes'', a robot picks you back up.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' offers this with patrolmen, but only near Skyloft. Elsewhere, the NonlethalBottomlessPits are unexplained, though Link does have a sailcloth that prevents falling damage.
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', in the Molten Front daily questing area, the Druids of the Talon will do this for you once you recruit them.
* In ''Märchen Maze'', the balloon item will bring Alice back if she falls off the edge of the level.
* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns [[VideoGameRemake 3D]]'' features Green Balloons, available only in [[IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels New Mode]]. Upon buying at least one from Cranky's shop, it will carry Donkey and Diddy out of the bottom of the screen.

to:

* The Marble Garden Zone boss battle in ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sonic the Hedgehog 3]]'' has Tails pick you up and fly you after the boss. If Sonic jumps and hits the boss and falls offscreen, Tails will fly back up with him moments later.
* In ''SpiderManShatteredDimensions'', if any The High Caves of the Spideys first ''Videogame/SpyroTheDragon'', 3 fairies do this for you. Only if you fall within the specific area in the center where you're expected to use [[SprintShoes the super charge]], though. Fall off the edge anywhere else, you're screwed.
** The original ''VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon'' had three fairy beings that would lift Spyro up if his glides went wrong in certain levels.
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfSpyro: Dawn of the Dragon'', the player is automatically forced into flight mode if they fall into an otherwise bottomless pit. ([[InvisibleWall Thermal updrafts]]?)
** The GameBoyAdvance games ''Spyro: Season of Ice''/''Season of Flame'' probably count as well. Fairy magic saves you from falling into [[SuperDrowningSkills water]] in a home world.
* In ''VideoGame/StimpysInvention'', Powdered Toast Man will rescue you if you
fall into a bottomless pit, it'll switch to first person mode and you can fire a webline to save yourself.
** Also, Madame Web
pit.
* In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', Rosalina
will teleport enemies that fall into bottomless platforms to safe locations so that pull Mario up if he falls in the Spideys don't have HubLevel. The Gate's appearance at the end of "The Perfect Run" in [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2 the sequel]] [[KaizoTrap averts this.]]
* In the GBA version of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'', an e-reader card (not released in certain regions) will cause a flying platform
to worry about accidentally killing people.
* ''[[VideoGame/KirbysEpicYarn Kirby's Epic Yarn]]'' has a character called Angie who carries Kirby
lift Mario out of bottomless pits but many beads are dropped pits- 3 times per level.

[[AC:Racing]]
* In ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'', your friendly mask spirit (Aku Aku for the good guys and Uka Uka for the baddies) will save you from bottomless pits. This is more complicated in ''VideoGame/CrashNitroKart'', where Emperor Velo's team gets pulled back from a pit by a mask resembling his face. Very [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment unexpected]], yet very chilling.
* Lakitus from the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' games pulls the player out of things like bottomless pits, water and lava. Of course being a racing game, it still costs valuable time (and coins
in the process.
* VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame:
** ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter: Years 1-4'' has a Red Brick extra that levitates you back out of pits.
** Fall Rescue is an available Red Brick in various other LEGO Adaptation Games as well. Also, if you fall off the Helicarrier in ''Lego Marvel Superheroes'', a robot picks you back up.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' offers this with patrolmen, but only near Skyloft. Elsewhere, the NonlethalBottomlessPits are unexplained, though Link does have a sailcloth that prevents falling damage.
original game, ''Super Circuit'', and ''7'').

[[AC:Role Playing]]
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', in the Molten Front daily questing area, the Druids of the Talon ''VideoGame/BeyondOasis'', your [[SummonMagic summon spirit]] Shade will do this for save you once you recruit them.
* In ''Märchen Maze'', the balloon item will bring Alice back if she
from falls off the edge of the level.
* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns [[VideoGameRemake 3D]]'' features Green Balloons, available only in [[IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels New Mode]]. Upon buying at least one from Cranky's shop, it will carry Donkey and Diddy out of the bottom of the screen.
as long as you have MP.



* In ''VideoGame/TransformersFallOfCybertron'', Jazz will use his GrapplingHookPistol to grab back onto a ledge if he falls into a pit (Unless it's during an EscapeSequence where he's stuck in car form, in which case you're dead).

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* In ''VideoGame/TransformersFallOfCybertron'', Jazz will use his GrapplingHookPistol to grab back onto a ledge if he falls into a pit (Unless it's during Layle's GravityMaster powers in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesTheCrystalBearers'' includes this ability, though there is one area that's an EscapeSequence exception, where he's stuck in car form, in which case you're dead).you just respawn at the start instead.
* In ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave'', getting knocked out of the battle area will KO a phantom or minor enemy, but major enemies and Marona will just teleport back on the field; some fields also have a "no OOB" effect on either the entire field or particular items that you can confine phantoms to.

[[AC:ROM Hacks]]



* ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'' has two levels like this. On Dweeb's plane stage, a helicopter will rescue you and drop you back on the level at the cost of some health. The handcar on Bernard's train stage works the same way.
* The Rainbow Arts game ''Rock 'n' Roll'' has a parachute that provides this service.
* The original ''VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon'' had three fairy beings that would lift Spyro up if his glides went wrong in certain levels.
* The ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' of games use this. While there are bottomless pits, if Batman falls into one of them, he just uses his grappling hook to launch himself to the nearest ledge, unharmed. The series also averts SuperDrowningSkills if Batman falls into the water, having him do the same thing as if he fell into a pit.

to:


[[AC:Third Person Shooter]]
* ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'' has two levels like this. On Dweeb's plane stage, a helicopter In ''VideoGame/TransformersFallOfCybertron'', Jazz will rescue you and drop you use his GrapplingHookPistol to grab back on the level at the cost of some health. The handcar on Bernard's train stage works the same way.
* The Rainbow Arts game ''Rock 'n' Roll'' has
onto a parachute that provides this service.
* The original ''VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon'' had three fairy beings that would lift Spyro up
ledge if his glides went wrong in certain levels.
* The ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' of games use this. While there are bottomless pits, if Batman
he falls into one of them, he just uses his grappling hook to launch himself to the nearest ledge, unharmed. The series also averts SuperDrowningSkills if Batman falls into the water, having him do the same thing as if he fell into a pit.pit (Unless it's during an EscapeSequence where he's stuck in car form, in which case you're dead).

!!Non Video Game Examples
[[AC:Animation]]
12th Sep '16 5:17:01 PM jormis29
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* In ''[[WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow Stimpy's Invention]]'', Powdered Toast Man will rescue you if you fall into a pit.

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* In ''[[WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow Stimpy's Invention]]'', ''VideoGame/StimpysInvention'', Powdered Toast Man will rescue you if you fall into a pit.
4th Aug '16 1:54:58 PM WillKeaton
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** ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter: Years 1-4]]'' has a Red Brick extra that levitates you back out of pits.

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** ''VideoGame/LEGOHarryPotter: Years 1-4]]'' 1-4'' has a Red Brick extra that levitates you back out of pits.
11th Jul '16 6:19:12 PM Az_Tech341
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* Lakitus from the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' games pull the player out of things like bottomless pits, water and lava. Of course being a racing game, it still costs valuable time (and coins in the original game, ''Super Circuit'', and ''7'').

to:

* Lakitus from the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' games pull pulls the player out of things like bottomless pits, water and lava. Of course being a racing game, it still costs valuable time (and coins in the original game, ''Super Circuit'', and ''7'').
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