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29th Dec '15 9:04:22 PM jormis29
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* In ''LordsOfMagic'', each element is associated with a faith, which fills the role of races or civilizations in other games. Each faith's units have color schemes that fit the above trends.
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* In ''LordsOfMagic'', ''Videogame/LordsOfMagic'', each element is associated with a faith, which fills the role of races or civilizations in other games. Each faith's units have color schemes that fit the above trends.
9th Dec '15 1:36:17 PM DragonQuestZ
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* '''Holy''': Usually pure white.

* '''Gravity''': Usually purple. Possibly black if associated with [[BlackHole black holes]] or darkness in general.
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* '''Gravity''': Usually purple. Possibly black Black if associated with [[BlackHole black holes]] or darkness in general.
21st Nov '15 10:31:03 AM nombretomado
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* Directly used in ''RuneSoldierLouie''. Although the world doesn't particularly focus on elemental colors, at one point, Louie directly invokes this trope when he has to place five colored orbs in place to represent the five elements. The tricky part is, as this page shows, there's no universally accepted set of colors, so he has some trouble, mostly over if blue represents air or water.
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* Directly used in ''RuneSoldierLouie''.''Anime/RuneSoldierLouie''. Although the world doesn't particularly focus on elemental colors, at one point, Louie directly invokes this trope when he has to place five colored orbs in place to represent the five elements. The tricky part is, as this page shows, there's no universally accepted set of colors, so he has some trouble, mostly over if blue represents air or water.
15th Nov '15 12:43:26 PM nombretomado
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* Used in ''RoninWarriors'': Red=Fire, Cyan=Water, Green=Light, Blue=Air, Orange=Earth.
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* Used in ''RoninWarriors'': ''Anime/RoninWarriors'': Red=Fire, Cyan=Water, Green=Light, Blue=Air, Orange=Earth.
26th Oct '15 11:25:21 PM AetherMaster
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* Many of the Clow Cards in ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura'' are [[ElementalEmbodiment Elemental Embodiments]], and follow this rule. The Windy, one of Sakura's first cards, is light yellow, which is odd for an Asian work, but sometimes her wind manifests in shades of green and she has a green crown. The Firey is various shades of orange, red, and yellow. The Wood is all green and looks like a dryad, while The Earthy is brown but also has some green accents in her outfit. The Watery is various shades of blue, while The Freeze, one of the anime-exclusive cards, is light blue. The Thunder manifests as a wolf-like creature composed of electric blue lightning. To round it off, The Light and The Dark, who are sisters, dress in all-white and all-black respectively, but have some accents in the opposite color in their outfits.
22nd Oct '15 11:52:06 AM Sharlee
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* To acquire one of the needed offerings in ''VideoGame/BarrowHill'', you need to light candles at a small pagan shrine in the correct order. The candles' colors represent elements of nature plus Spirit, and information about how to light them correctly can be found [[spoiler: in a pamphlet at the petrol station plus the notebook of a previous visitor to the shrine]].
22nd Oct '15 11:47:02 AM Sharlee
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* Taken to extremes in Allen L. Wold's ''The Eye In The Stone'', in which magic derives from an energy-field called the Lattice. Different aspects of the Lattice have different colors, arranged like a triple spectrum (pale, medium, and dark shades of magenta through crimson, plus white and black at the ends) for a total of ''twenty-two'' ColorCodedElements. When magic is used, the auras and sparks produced by spell-casting match the color(s) of the aspect being used, and several of those aspects correspond to elements.
19th Oct '15 10:47:50 PM DeeeFoo
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* ''Franchise/OnePiece'' has several characters whose elemental powers can be matched with the colors in their physical appearance, most notably the Admirals. Kizaru can control light, and wears a yellow suit. Akainu controls magma, and wears a crimson red suit. Aokiji controls ice, and wears a blue dress shirt underneath a white vest. Fujitora controls gravity, and wears a purple yukata and cloak.
14th Oct '15 4:58:32 PM Drope
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* '''Gravity''': Usually purple. Possibly black if associated with [[BlackHole black holes]] or darkness in general.
30th Sep '15 6:25:16 AM murazrai
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* In ''VideoGame/ElementalStory'', fire is red, water is blue, wood is green, light is yellow and dark is violet.
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