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31st Oct '15 9:27:01 PM Servbot
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* The Sorceress of ''VideoGame/DragonsCrown'' has the Rock Crusher spell, where she creates and drops a massive boulder on the battlefield for non-elemental damage, [[KnockBack knockdown]], and [[StandardStatusEffects stun]].
18th Oct '15 10:28:36 AM nombretomado
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** Also, Atlee, the new Terra and recurring character in PowerGirl.
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** Also, Atlee, the new Terra and recurring character in PowerGirl.ComicBook/PowerGirl.
16th Oct '15 1:54:40 PM RainbowPhoenix
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In both series, earthbending has two subtypes: [[ExtraOreDinary metal]] and [[MagmaMan lava]], both of which pratically unknown throughout the world's history and invented within the series' storyline. The former relies on manipulating "impurities" within metal, so it was discovered by a blind earthbender who relied on earth vibrations instead of sight. The latter is difficult for unspecified reasons, and was historically only used by the Avatar (who, having all four elements at his/her disposal, can heat things faster with [[PlayingWithFire firebending]]), but in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Korra]]'' the earthbenders Ghazan and [[spoiler:Bolin]] found a way to melt rocks. Some fans theorize that, with the latter at least, it may have something to do with his mixed heritage; his father was from the Earth Kingdom capital city-state, while his mother was a decedent of the original Fire Nation colonists.
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In both series, earthbending has two subtypes: [[ExtraOreDinary metal]] and [[MagmaMan lava]], both of which pratically unknown throughout the world's history and invented within the series' storyline. The former relies on manipulating "impurities" within metal, so it was discovered by a blind earthbender who relied on earth vibrations instead of sight. The latter is difficult for unspecified reasons, and was historically only used by the Avatar (who, having all four elements at his/her disposal, can heat things faster with [[PlayingWithFire firebending]]), but in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Korra]]'' the earthbenders Ghazan and [[spoiler:Bolin]] found a way to melt rocks. Some fans theorize that, with the latter at least, it may have something to do with his mixed heritage; his father was from the Earth Kingdom capital city-state, while his mother was a decedent of the original Fire Nation colonists. Others theorize that it relies on the same techniques [[MakingASplash waterbenders]] use to change their element between a liquid and a solid.
14th Oct '15 11:24:25 AM ChronoLegion
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* The second Season 2 episode of ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has Team Flash battling a meta-human ([[spoiler:brought by [[BigBad Zoom]] from Earth-2 to kill the Flash]]) nicknamed Sand Demon who can turn his body into sand-like particles and control them at will. He likes using concussion bombs as distractions, since his unique physiology allows him to survive the blast without a problem. [[spoiler:Jay Garrick (Earth-2's Flash) teaches Barry to throw bolts of lightning, which allows him to kill Sand Demon by fusing him into glass. The villain then falls and [[LiterallyShatteredLives breaks into tiny pieces]]]].
23rd Sep '15 8:20:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''The ComicBook/FantasticFour'': {{Galactus}} has given all his messengers powers related to [[ElementalRockPaperScissors one of the elements]]. Terrax, the too-evil one, is the earth-mover. It's worth noting that he is a mutant who already had the powers to begin with; Big G just made them stronger.
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* ''The ComicBook/FantasticFour'': {{Galactus}} ComicBook/{{Galactus}} has given all his messengers powers related to [[ElementalRockPaperScissors one of the elements]]. Terrax, the too-evil one, is the earth-mover. It's worth noting that he is a mutant who already had the powers to begin with; Big G just made them stronger.
1st Sep '15 10:38:24 PM HarpieSiren
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* The Not-So-GentleGiant Lexaeus from ''Franchise/KingdomHearts''.
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* The Not-So-GentleGiant Lexaeus from ''Franchise/KingdomHearts''.''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', he fits the stereotype of an Earth user being the strong, stalwart type very well.
18th Aug '15 10:33:45 AM MyFinalEdits
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* The Sand Wand has this power in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks''. With it, Link is able to raise sand so he can rise to higher spots, move or stop heavy objects, walk over quicksand, attack sand-based enemies, etc. It's very versatile.
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* The Sand Wand has this power in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks''. With it, Link is able to raise sand so he can rise to higher spots, move or stop heavy objects, walk over quicksand, attack sand-based enemies, etc. It's very versatile. There's also the Sand Rod in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds'', which has similar uses.
18th Aug '15 1:55:48 AM Karxrida
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** Brock, Roxanne, and Roark specialize in Rock-type Pokémon, and Giovanni, Bertha ([[PokemonDiamondAndPearl Sinnoh]] Elite 4 member), and Clay specialize in Ground-type Pokémon.
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** Brock, Roxanne, and Roark specialize in Rock-type Pokémon, and Giovanni, Bertha ([[PokemonDiamondAndPearl ([[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Sinnoh]] Elite 4 member), and Clay specialize in Ground-type Pokémon.
8th Aug '15 3:26:44 PM DragonRanger
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Removing Agents of SHIELD example since her power is more vibration than earth.
* [[Series/KamenRiderAgito Agito Ground Form]], [[Series/KamenRiderDenO Den-O Axe Form]], [[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO SaGohZo Combo]], [[Series/KamenRiderFourze Fourze's Schop Switch]], [[Series/KamenRiderWizard Wizard Land Style]].
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* Franchise/{{Kamen Rider}}s associated with earth include [[Series/KamenRiderAgito Agito Ground Form]], [[Series/KamenRiderDenO Den-O Axe Form]], [[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO SaGohZo Combo]], [[Series/KamenRiderFourze Fourze's Schop Switch]], [[Series/KamenRiderWizard Wizard Land Style]].

* In ''Series/{{Agents of SHIELD}}'' [[spoiler: Skye]] gains the power the create earthquakes in the second mid-season finale.
26th Jul '15 9:10:44 AM Chabal2
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* ''VideoGame/GoldenSun'': Isaac and Felix. Interesting because they are the 2 leaders/player characters of their respective games, which isn't common for the earth element. Issac's son, Mathew, continues this unusual tradition in the third game.
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* ''VideoGame/GoldenSun'': Venus Adepts, who have powers over earth and plants. The first two are Isaac and Felix. Interesting Felix, interesting because they are the 2 leaders/player characters of their respective games, which isn't common for the earth element. Issac's Isaac's son, Mathew, Matthew, continues this unusual tradition in the third game.game, while the fourth Venus Adept is a {{Miko}} whose earth powers include summoning giant dragons.

In both series, earthbending has two subtypes: [[ExtraOreDinary metal]] and [[MagmaMan lava]], both of which pratically unknown throught the world's history and invented within the series' storyline. The former relies on manipulating "impurities" within metal, so it was discovered by a blind earthbender that relied on earth vibrations instead of sight. The latter is difficult for unspecified reasons, and was historically only used by the Avatar (who, having all four elements at his/her disposal, can heat things faster with [[PlayingWithFire firebending]]), but in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Korra]]'' the earthbenders Ghazan and [[spoiler:Bolin]] found a way to melt rocks. Some fans theorize that, with the latter at least, it may have something to do with his mixed heritage; his father was from the Earth Kingdom capital city-state, while his mother was a decedent of the original Fire Nation colonists.
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In both series, earthbending has two subtypes: [[ExtraOreDinary metal]] and [[MagmaMan lava]], both of which pratically unknown throught throughout the world's history and invented within the series' storyline. The former relies on manipulating "impurities" within metal, so it was discovered by a blind earthbender that who relied on earth vibrations instead of sight. The latter is difficult for unspecified reasons, and was historically only used by the Avatar (who, having all four elements at his/her disposal, can heat things faster with [[PlayingWithFire firebending]]), but in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Korra]]'' the earthbenders Ghazan and [[spoiler:Bolin]] found a way to melt rocks. Some fans theorize that, with the latter at least, it may have something to do with his mixed heritage; his father was from the Earth Kingdom capital city-state, while his mother was a decedent of the original Fire Nation colonists.
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