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17th Aug '14 6:25:47 AM syrus372
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* Any win in a work that either involves tabletop, card, or board games, like Anime/YuGiOh, or ''is'' a [[TabletopGame tabletop, board, or card game]].

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* Any win in a work that either involves tabletop, card, or board games, like Anime/YuGiOh, or ''is'' a [[TabletopGame tabletop, board, or card game]].game]], like TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering.
16th Aug '14 1:00:53 PM syrus372
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* Any win in a work that either involves tabletop, card, or board games, like Anime/YuGiOh, or ''is'' a [[TabletopGame tabletop, board, or card game]].
19th Dec '13 12:45:04 AM Candi
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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' "DeadBeat", one of the reasons [[spoiler: zombie Sue]] is so awesome is because it doesn't technically break the Laws of Magic that forbid necromancy, as those laws apply only to humans.

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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' "DeadBeat", ''Literature/DeadBeat'', one of the reasons [[spoiler: zombie Sue]] is so awesome is because it doesn't technically break the Laws of Magic that forbid necromancy, as those laws apply only to humans.
19th Dec '13 12:44:09 AM Candi
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* In TheDresdenFiles/DeadBeat, one of the reasons [[spoiler: zombie Sue]] is so awesome is because it doesn't technically break the Laws of Magic that for bid necromancy, as those laws apply only to humans.

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* In TheDresdenFiles/DeadBeat, ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' "DeadBeat", one of the reasons [[spoiler: zombie Sue]] is so awesome is because it doesn't technically break the Laws of Magic that for bid forbid necromancy, as those laws apply only to humans.
22nd Nov '13 5:36:32 PM JamesPicard
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*In TheDresdenFiles/DeadBeat, one of the reasons [[spoiler: zombie Sue]] is so awesome is because it doesn't technically break the Laws of Magic that for bid necromancy, as those laws apply only to humans.
16th Jul '13 12:14:47 PM inph
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* This happens a lot in the writings of BrandonSanderson due to his logical and complex magic systems.
28th Jun '13 8:46:20 PM ThePope
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* The ending of FullMetalAlchemist is great because [[spoiler: in Edward's transmutation to bring his brother's body back from the gate, he follows equivalent exchange: the door that's been present in every gate scene since the beginning of the series, for his brother's body.]]

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* The ending of FullMetalAlchemist ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' is great because [[spoiler: in [[spoiler:in Edward's transmutation to bring his brother's body back from the gate, he follows equivalent exchange: the door that's been present in every gate scene since the beginning of the series, for his brother's body.]]
28th Jun '13 7:05:42 PM larynxist
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28th Jun '13 7:05:31 PM larynxist
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* The ending of FullMetalAlchemist is great because [[spoiler: in Edward's transmutation to bring his brother's body back from the gate, he follows equivalent exchange: the door that's been present in every gate scene since the beginning of the series, for his brother's body.]]
4th Jun '13 11:35:10 AM MarkLungo
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* In ''Film/TheSixthSense'' [[Creator/BruceWillis Dr Malcolm Crowe]] follows all the rules [[spoiler: given for ghosts]], while still [[spoiler: (theoretically) leaving the viewer with the impression that he is a living human]].

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* In ''Film/TheSixthSense'' [[Creator/BruceWillis Dr Dr. Malcolm Crowe]] follows all the rules [[spoiler: given for ghosts]], while still [[spoiler: (theoretically) leaving the viewer with the impression that he is a living human]].
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