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29th Jan '18 1:18:54 AM henrebotha
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** The Volt warframe can also deploy a barrier of electricity, which has the side effect of strengthening allied fire that passes through it. He can optionally pick the barrier up and move it around.
29th Dec '17 8:18:25 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** Winston's Barrier Projector lays down a temporary shield bubble.

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** Winston's Barrier Projector lays down a temporary shield bubble.bubble that protects from all angles, though it has a limited duration and resilience.
** Orisa can throw down a stationary force field wall that protects her and her comrades from one direction.
28th Dec '17 2:45:56 AM Benjamin1234
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** The Garlic has less health than Wall-Nut, but it diverts zombies to other lanes.




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* ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombiesHeroes'' introduces more plants that play this role. Wall-Nut, Pea-Nut, Garlic, and Sweet Potato also return.
** The Water Chestnut has slightly more health than Wall-Nut, and can be placed in the water.
** The Mirror-Nut has the same amount of health as a Wall-Nut, and it damages the zombie hero whenever a nut plant receives damage.
** The Poppin' Poppies create three Deployable Covers, in the form of Lil' Buddies. Each Lil' Buddy is a OneHitPointWonder, but will heal the plant hero for 2 HP each when spawned, for a total of 6 HP.
** The Prickly Pear has slightly less health than Wall-Nut, but when it takes damage, it deals 4 damage to a zombie in its lane, if there is one.
15th Dec '17 11:39:23 PM ironcommando
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** The Holly Barrier's a more traditional example. Like Endurian, it has good durability and it hurts zombies attacking it. It also can launch a berry at a targeted tile that knocks back zombies, and if the tile doesn't have a plant or obstacle it'll leave a spiked barrier that also damages zombies attacking it.
13th Dec '17 1:03:03 AM PaulA
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*** The Canadian Military is often credited with inventing the Creeping Barrage in WW1 and used it to great effect a number of times, which is quite possibly why Adolf Hitler had such respect for Canadian troops in WW2. The Vimy ridge memorial notably was guarded by a cadre of SS with orders to shoot anyone attempting to defile or mock it.

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*** The Canadian Military is often credited with inventing the Creeping Barrage in WW1 and used it to great effect a number of times, which is quite possibly why Adolf Hitler had such respect for Canadian troops in WW2.World War II. The Vimy ridge memorial notably was guarded by a cadre of SS with orders to shoot anyone attempting to defile or mock it.
1st Oct '17 1:10:26 PM Piterpicher
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* When dismounted, troops can use friendly vehicles, such as [[AwesomePersonnelCarrier Infantry Fighting Vehicles]] and [[TankGoodness tanks]] as cover during gunfights. This way they can have some protection from the small arms fire that likely makes up the majority of any fight, and are better able to pick off [[GlassCannon anyone carrying an anti-tank weapon]]. [[DontTryThisAtHome If you ever choose to use this technique]], remember that the [[TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs vast majority of motor vehicles]] [[ConcealmentEqualsCover are not actually bulletproof]].

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* When dismounted, troops can use friendly vehicles, such as [[AwesomePersonnelCarrier Infantry Fighting Vehicles]] and [[TankGoodness tanks]] as cover during gunfights. This way they can have some protection from the small arms fire that likely makes up the majority of any fight, and are better able to pick off [[GlassCannon anyone carrying an anti-tank weapon]]. [[DontTryThisAtHome If you ever choose to use this technique]], remember that the [[TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs [[JustForFun/TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs vast majority of motor vehicles]] [[ConcealmentEqualsCover are not actually bulletproof]].
15th Aug '17 11:21:52 PM Pendrake
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***The Canadian Military is often credited with inventing the Creeping Barrage in WW1 and used it to great effect a number of times, which is quite possibly why Adolf Hitler had such respect for Canadian troops in WW2. The Vimy ridge memorial notably was guarded by a cadre of SS with orders to shoot anyone attempting to defile or mock it.
10th Aug '17 4:59:15 PM Clockwork_Lemon
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* ''Manga/WorldTrigger'' has the escudo, a trigger that allows the user to create barriers from trion. Unlike the usual shield trigger, the escudo becomes a physical object, and is created by rising from some surface, rather than manifesting in the air.
8th Aug '17 3:04:24 PM P_ter
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* VideoGame/{{Squad}}'s main feature is the setting up of Forward Operating Bases to defend or attack enemy bases. This requires a Squad Leader to start a deployable cover and the non-leader roles to dig it with shovels to build it.


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16th Jul '17 9:15:17 PM ironcommando
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** The Chard Guard has less health than a Wall-Nut, but can also KnockBack groups of zombies that approach it. It can only use the knockback ability three times, however.
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