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25th Apr '16 8:31:43 AM Veanne
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* In ''[[FanFic/DoctorWhoovesTheSeries Along Came a Spider]]'' Twilight is, via [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] PowerTatoo called Gelding Marks, which were specifically invented to neutralise unicorn magic. [[spoiler: She eventually overcomes these through sheer HeroicWillpower]].

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* In ''[[FanFic/DoctorWhoovesTheSeries Along Came a Spider]]'' Twilight is, via [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] PowerTatoo PowerTattoo called Gelding Marks, which were specifically invented to neutralise unicorn magic. [[spoiler: She eventually overcomes these through sheer HeroicWillpower]].
25th Apr '16 8:30:24 AM Veanne
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* In ''[[FanFic/DoctorWhoovesTheSeries Along Came a Spider]]'' Twilight is, via [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] PowerTatoo called Gelding Marks, which were specifically invented to neutralise unicorn magic. [[spoiler: She eventually overcomes these through sheer HeroicWillpower]].
17th Mar '16 5:59:05 PM jormis29
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* Makes up the plot for an episode of ''Series/AceLightning''.



* Makes up the plot for an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AceLightning''.
16th Mar '16 2:53:26 AM LinTaylor
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* In ''Manga/MedakaBox'', [[spoiler:Kumagawa gives his RealityWarper power "All Fiction" back to its original owner in exchange for a new power, "Book Maker". Book Maker allows Kumagawa to generate a special [[ImprobableWeaponUser screw]] that, if it pierces someone's body, puts them on his level: no amazing powers, no superhuman abilities, nothing. During his final battle with Medaka, he challenges her to take Book Maker head-on and see the world through the eyes of a [[BornLoser Minus]]. She agrees, and not only does she stay the same, she gains greater insight into the Minuses ("Winning isn't strength! [[{{Determinator}} Real strength is losing and getting back up!]]"). She still beats Kumagawa, but because it was fair and square he [[GracefulLoser accepts it gracefully]], completing the HeelFaceTurn he started earlier. Later still, Kumagawa receives a new power, "Incomplete", which allows him to generate a battlefield of giant screws -- and he can hide a Book Maker among them to surprise an opponent.]]

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* In ''Manga/MedakaBox'', [[spoiler:Kumagawa gives his RealityWarper power "All Fiction" back to its original owner in exchange for a new power, "Book Maker". Book Maker allows Kumagawa to generate a special [[ImprobableWeaponUser screw]] that, if it pierces someone's body, puts them on his level: no amazing powers, no superhuman abilities, nothing. During his final battle with Medaka, he challenges her to take Book Maker head-on and see the world through the eyes of a [[BornLoser [[BornUnlucky Minus]]. She agrees, and not only does she stay the same, she gains greater insight into the Minuses ("Winning isn't strength! [[{{Determinator}} Real strength is losing and getting back up!]]"). She still beats Kumagawa, but because it was fair and square he [[GracefulLoser accepts it gracefully]], completing the HeelFaceTurn he started earlier. Later still, Kumagawa receives a new power, "Incomplete", which allows him to generate a battlefield of giant screws -- and he can hide a Book Maker among them to surprise an opponent.]]
16th Mar '16 2:51:52 AM LinTaylor
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* In ''Manga/MedakaBox'', [[spoiler:Kumagawa gives his RealityWarper power "All Fiction" back to its original owner in exchange for a new power, "Book Maker". Book Maker allows Kumagawa to generate a special [[ImprobableWeaponUser screw]] that, if it pierces someone's body, puts them on his level: no amazing powers, no superhuman abilities, nothing. During his final battle with Medaka, he challenges her to take Book Maker head-on and see the world through the eyes of a [[BornLoser Minus]]. She agrees, and not only does she stay the same, she gains greater insight into the Minuses ("Winning isn't strength! [[{{Determinator}} Real strength is losing and getting back up!]]"). She still beats Kumagawa, but because it was fair and square he [[GracefulLoser accepts it gracefully]], completing the HeelFaceTurn he started earlier. Later still, Kumagawa receives a new power, "Incomplete", which allows him to generate a battlefield of giant screws -- and he can hide a Book Maker among them to surprise an opponent.]]
4th Mar '16 9:43:02 PM LadyNorbert
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* This is the crux of the plot of ''FanFic/{{Cinderjuice}}'', wherein WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} agrees to temporarily give up his magic in order to accompany Lydia to her senior prom as a normal human teenager. The problems set in when circumstances prevent him from changing back; the real issue is ''why''.

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* This is the crux of the plot of ''FanFic/{{Cinderjuice}}'', wherein WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} agrees to temporarily give up his magic in order to accompany Lydia to her senior prom as a normal human teenager. The problems set in when circumstances prevent him from changing back; the real issue is ''why''. In the sequel, ''The Bug Princess'', it happens to him ''again'' - and this time, he's not expecting it.
29th Feb '16 4:53:07 PM gravious
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* In the ''Series/BabylonFive'' episode ''Dust to Dust'', Psi Cop Alfred Bester shows up on the station to track down a drug supply which gives mundanes telepathic abilities. Given that he is himself a powerful telepath whose history with the station crew, has, ahem, created certain trust issues, he is forced to take "sleeper" drugs which completely inhibit his ability to read minds.
29th Feb '16 4:43:37 PM gravious
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* In the ''Series/Babylon5'' episode ''Dust to Dust'', Psi Cop Alfred Bester shows up on the station to track down a drug supply which gives mundanes telepathic abilities. Given that he is himself a powerful telepath whose history with the station crew, has, ahem, [[Understatement less than endeared them to him]], he is forced to take "sleeper" drugs which completely inhibit his ability to read minds.
29th Feb '16 4:41:29 PM gravious
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* In the ''Series/Babylon 5'' episode ''Dust to Dust'', Psi Cop Alfred Bester shows up on the station to track down a drug supply which gives mundanes telepathic abilities. Given that he is himself a powerful telepath whose history with the station crew, has, ahem, [[Understatement less than endeared them to him]], he is forced to take "sleeper" drugs which completely inhibit his ability to read minds.

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* In the ''Series/Babylon 5'' ''Series/Babylon5'' episode ''Dust to Dust'', Psi Cop Alfred Bester shows up on the station to track down a drug supply which gives mundanes telepathic abilities. Given that he is himself a powerful telepath whose history with the station crew, has, ahem, [[Understatement less than endeared them to him]], he is forced to take "sleeper" drugs which completely inhibit his ability to read minds.
29th Feb '16 4:40:23 PM gravious
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* In the ''Series/Babylon 5'' episode ''Dust to Dust'', Psi Cop Alfred Bester shows up on the station to track down a drug supply which gives mundanes telepathic abilities. Given that he is himself a powerful telepath whose history with the station crew, has, ahem, [[Understatement less than endeared them to him]], he is forced to take "sleeper" drugs which completely inhibit his ability to read minds.
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