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18th Mar '17 5:44:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Neopets}}'' has the Bubble Blower ability and the Bubble Gun.

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* ''{{Neopets}}'' ''{{Website/Neopets}}'' has the Bubble Blower ability and the Bubble Gun.
6th Mar '17 4:52:58 AM Getta
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13th Feb '17 5:49:14 PM MagnusForce
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* The SuperheroEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had Heloise become Trouble Bubble Girl. Jimmy and Beezy [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway laugh at this]] until Heloise shows how effective they can be.

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* The second SuperheroEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had Heloise become Trouble Bubble Girl. Jimmy and Beezy [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway laugh at this]] until Heloise shows how effective they can be.
6th Jan '17 11:06:47 AM zaqareemalcolm
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** The [[Planimal cat turned into plant]] Stray Cat can control surrounding air to create air bubbles that have a variety of uses, from cuffing a body and suspending it in the air, to tearing out a person's toenail. Yoshikage Kira finds a use for Stray Cat by combining this with his Stand Killer Queen's [[HavingABlast Primary Bomb]], allowing him to launch out and control explosive air bubbles.

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** The [[Planimal In Part 4, the [[{{Planimal}} cat turned into plant]] Stray Cat can control surrounding air to create air bubbles that have a variety of uses, from cuffing a body and suspending it in the air, to tearing out a person's toenail. Yoshikage Kira finds a use for Stray Cat by combining this with his Stand Killer Queen's [[HavingABlast Primary Bomb]], allowing him to launch out and control explosive air bubbles.
6th Jan '17 11:05:44 AM zaqareemalcolm
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** The [[Planimal cat turned into plant]] Stray Cat can control surrounding air to create air bubbles that have a variety of uses, from cuffing a body and suspending it in the air, to tearing out a person's toenail. Yoshikage Kira finds a use for Stray Cat by combining this with his Stand Killer Queen's [[HavingABlast Primary Bomb]], allowing him to launch out and control explosive air bubbles.
29th Oct '16 8:15:04 PM Vir
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* In ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars 2]]'' in the Game Boy Advance version, you could buy a version of the blaster that shot bubbles instead of lasers. Of course, you could also buy ones that threw eggs and chickens.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars 2]]'' in the Game Boy Advance version, version of ''[[VideoGame/LEGOStarWars LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy]]'', you could buy a version of the blaster that shot bubbles instead of lasers. Of course, you could also buy ones that threw eggs and chickens.



** ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X}}2'' had the Bubble Splash, which fires a stream of little bubbles that arc upwards, and its ChargedAttack is the series' standard "orbiting shield", which allows X to jump even higher underwater than he can normally.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X}}2'' ''VideoGame/MegaManX2'' had the Bubble Splash, which fires a stream of little bubbles that arc upwards, and its ChargedAttack is the series' standard "orbiting shield", which allows X to jump even higher underwater than he can normally.
26th Sep '16 8:04:37 AM Andyroid
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* The ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' spin-off Generations, i.e. X (Cross) in Japan, introduces the Tamamitsune wyvern. It's deceptively lethal attacks typically involve bubbles in some way, be it by blowing damaging bubbles at players, placing bubble "landmines", sliding around on its' own suds, etc.

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* The ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' spin-off Generations, i.e. X (Cross) in Japan, ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' introduces the Tamamitsune wyvern. It's Leviathan monster Mizutsune. Its deceptively lethal attacks typically involve bubbles in some way, be it by blowing damaging bubbles at players, placing bubble "landmines", sliding around on its' own suds, etc.
25th Sep '16 3:49:12 PM Cobalt58
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* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' has the Xenopopper, found as a random drop from the Martian Madness event, it creates a bubble that (after a short delay) pops to reveal a shotgun spread of projectiles which will converge at your mouse cursor, making it one of the most accurate ([[DifficultButAwesome albeit mechanically unusual]]) weapons in the game, with or without the [[HomingProjectile homing Chlorophyte Bullets]].
17th Apr '16 5:13:23 PM Burritozi11a
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* The ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' spin-off Generations, i.e. X (Cross) in Japan, introduces the Tamamitsune wyvern. It's deceptively lethal attacks typically involve bubbles in some way, be it by blowing damaging bubbles at players, placing bubble "landmines", sliding around on its' own suds, etc.
5th Jan '16 1:55:49 PM Willbyr
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* In the ''{{Digimon}}'' franchise, Baby and In-Training Digimon usually have the fairly useless Bubble Blow technique. (Usually; there are a few exceptions.) However, if you get an ''entire city's'' In-Training population to do it ''at once,'' you can do some (hilarious) damage, as seen once in ''Anime/DigimonFrontier.''

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* In the ''{{Digimon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, Baby and In-Training Digimon usually have the fairly useless Bubble Blow technique. (Usually; there are a few exceptions.) However, if you get an ''entire city's'' In-Training population to do it ''at once,'' you can do some (hilarious) damage, as seen once in ''Anime/DigimonFrontier.''
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