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28th Jun '17 5:35:02 PM nombretomado
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** Actually, at least according to TheOtherWiki, there are at least ''seven'' other states of matter, meaning that, under certain interpretations, there are up to twelve elements in RealLife.

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** Actually, at least according to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, there are at least ''seven'' other states of matter, meaning that, under certain interpretations, there are up to twelve elements in RealLife.
26th Jun '17 12:20:50 PM peixe200
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* ''Film/TheFifthElement'' uses this trope as a central plot point, as the title implies. However, it's not until the very end that this is explained. While Leeloo is called "the Fifth Element", WordOfGod says the actual fifth element is [[spoiler:love]].

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* ''Film/TheFifthElement'' uses this trope as a central plot point, as the title implies. However, it's not until the very end that this is explained. While Leeloo is called "the Fifth Element", WordOfGod says the actual fifth element is [[spoiler:love]].[[spoiler:sex]].
26th Jun '17 12:18:13 PM peixe200
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* ''Film/TheFifthElement'' uses this trope as a central plot point, as the title implies. However, it's not until the very end that this is explained. While Leeloo is called "the Fifth Element", WordOfGod says the actual fifth element is [[spoiler:sex]].

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* ''Film/TheFifthElement'' uses this trope as a central plot point, as the title implies. However, it's not until the very end that this is explained. While Leeloo is called "the Fifth Element", WordOfGod says the actual fifth element is [[spoiler:sex]].[[spoiler:love]].
12th Jun '17 4:44:39 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Seen often in ''Series/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'', where ElementalPowers are frequent. First you have to come up with a fifth "normal" element to round out the FiveManBand, then you have to have one that's genuinely outside the system for the SixthRanger.

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* Seen often in ''Series/SuperSentai'' ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'', ''Franchise/PowerRangers'', where ElementalPowers are frequent. First you have to come up with a fifth "normal" element to round out the FiveManBand, then you have to have one that's genuinely outside the system for the SixthRanger.
13th May '17 12:15:04 PM nombretomado
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* In ''LuminousArc2'', [[spoiler:[[CoolBigSis Ayano]], [[TheDragon Bharva]] and [[FinalBoss the Mage Queen]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Elicia]]]] possess the [[AntiMagic Silver element,]] which is resistant to all other elements. In particular, [[spoiler:[[GlassCannon Ayano]]]] can use it to the point that [[spoiler:she]] can efectively nullify all magical damage for a turn.

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* In ''LuminousArc2'', ''VideoGame/LuminousArc2'', [[spoiler:[[CoolBigSis Ayano]], [[TheDragon Bharva]] and [[FinalBoss the Mage Queen]], [[WellIntentionedExtremist Elicia]]]] possess the [[AntiMagic Silver element,]] which is resistant to all other elements. In particular, [[spoiler:[[GlassCannon Ayano]]]] can use it to the point that [[spoiler:she]] can efectively nullify all magical damage for a turn.
27th Apr '17 5:43:23 PM Gatordragon24
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' there are four elements: fire, ice, candy, and slime. There are also four [[ElementalEmbodiment embodiments]] for each element: Flame Princess, Patience St. Pim, Princess Bubblegum, and Slime Princess respectively. However, the "Elements" miniseries introduces a fifth element which holds the universe together: [[spoiler: lumps and Lumpy Space Princess is the embodiment of it]].
19th Apr '17 12:38:30 AM Ryulong
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* The ''TabletopGame/Pokemon'' trading card game started out with Fire, Water, Grass, Lightning, Fighting, Psychic, and Colorless, none of which had any real benefit over the others and simply were set up to match the types from the video game. Dark, Steel, and Fairy were added as well as Dragon, which is the only one that matches a "Fifth (Eleventh?) Element" status in that Dragon cards have no associated Energy card, instead using other Energy cards (a Double Dragon Energy card exists but it serves as two Rainbow Energies when attached to a Dragon card).

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* The ''TabletopGame/Pokemon'' ''TabletopGame/{{Pokemon}}'' trading card game started out with Fire, Water, Grass, Lightning, Fighting, Psychic, and Colorless, none of which had any real benefit over the others and simply were set up to match the types from the video game. Dark, Steel, and Fairy were added as well as Dragon, which is the only one that matches a "Fifth (Eleventh?) Element" status in that Dragon cards have no associated Energy card, instead using other Energy cards (a Double Dragon Energy card exists but it serves as two Rainbow Energies when attached to a Dragon card).
19th Apr '17 12:37:59 AM Ryulong
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* The ''TabletopGame/Pokemon'' trading card game started out with Fire, Water, Grass, Lightning, Fighting, Psychic, and Colorless, none of which had any real benefit over the others and simply were set up to match the types from the video game. Dark, Steel, and Fairy were added as well as Dragon, which is the only one that matches a "Fifth (Eleventh?) Element" status in that Dragon cards have no associated Energy card, instead using other Energy cards (a Double Dragon Energy card exists but it serves as two Rainbow Energies when attached to a Dragon card).
12th Mar '17 11:27:21 PM lorgskyegon
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* ''Film/TheFifthElement'' uses this trope as a central plot point, as the title implies. However, it's not until the very end that this is explained.

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* ''Film/TheFifthElement'' uses this trope as a central plot point, as the title implies. However, it's not until the very end that this is explained. While Leeloo is called "the Fifth Element", WordOfGod says the actual fifth element is [[spoiler:sex]].
6th Feb '17 8:02:52 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheWitchlands'', in addition to four classical elements, there is an Origin Well dedicated to Aether, which bestows powers related to the mind. There's also element number ''six'', the Void, which is a darker counterpart to the Aether and thought mythical.
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