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2nd Apr '18 10:59:20 AM Hanz
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'', [[PlayerCharacter Corvo]] is empowered by an entity that may be some manner of EldritchAbomination known as "The Outsider". This entity often empowers certain individuals just to see what they do with the power. That he is seen as an agent of chaos because of the mayhem that often erupts from such empowered individuals is probably more telling of humans than of the Outsider.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'', [[PlayerCharacter Corvo]] is empowered by The ''VideoGame/{{Dishonored}}'' series has an entity that may be some manner of EldritchAbomination known as "The Outsider". This entity often empowers certain individuals just to see what they do with the power. That he is seen as an agent of chaos because of the mayhem that often erupts from such empowered individuals is probably more telling of humans than of the Outsider.
1st Apr '18 2:21:47 AM lakingsif
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One of her most common incarnations is The Lady of the Lake, originally from the King Arthur mythos -- thus making this PublicDomainCharacter an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope of this trope. Characters such as the FairyGodmother, SantaClaus, and even {{God}} sometimes also fill this role. A person empowered this way may be TouchedByVorlons. A CapturedSuperEntity is if this wasn't consensual on the entity's part.

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One of her most common incarnations is The Lady of the Lake, Characters/TheLadyOfTheLake, originally from the King Arthur mythos -- thus making this PublicDomainCharacter an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope of this trope. Characters such as the FairyGodmother, SantaClaus, and even {{God}} sometimes also fill this role. A person empowered this way may be TouchedByVorlons. A CapturedSuperEntity is if this wasn't consensual on the entity's part.
23rd Mar '18 6:30:21 PM AnotherEpicFail
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* The Bees of ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'', who [[SuperEmpowering imbue the players with magical powers]] at the start of the game by symbiotically bonding with them. For good measure, players at first have no idea why they've been chosen or what they're expected to do with their new powers, though it's eventually revealed that the Bees are actually biomechanical MagiTek creations of [[BigGood Gaia]], the [[DeusEstMachina Immaculate Machine]], and Bee-imbued operatives are meant to serve as the magical equivalent of white blood cells. Plus, once you've gotten into the habit of collecting the lore entries they transmit, they end up revealing a lot more than the player's employers among the Big Three.

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* The Bees of ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'', who [[SuperEmpowering imbue the players with magical powers]] at the start of the game by symbiotically bonding with them. For good measure, players at first have no idea why they've been chosen or what they're expected to do with their new powers, though it's eventually revealed that the Bees are actually biomechanical MagiTek creations of [[BigGood Gaia]], the [[DeusEstMachina Immaculate Machine]], and Bee-imbued operatives are meant to serve as the magical equivalent of white blood cells. Plus, once you've gotten into the habit of collecting the lore entries they transmit, they the Bees end up revealing a lot more than the player's employers among the Big Three.
23rd Mar '18 6:29:25 PM AnotherEpicFail
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* The Bees of ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'', who [[SuperEmpowering imbue the players with magical powers]] at the start of the game by symbiotically bonding with them. For good measure, players at first have no idea why they've been chosen or what they're expected to do with their new powers, though it's eventually revealed that the Bees are actually biomechanical MagiTek creations of [[BigGood Gaia]], the [[DeusEstMachina Immaculate Machine]], and Bee-imbued operatives are meant to serve as the magical equivalent of white blood cells. Plus, once you've gotten into the habit of collecting the lore entries they transmit, they end up revealing a lot more than the player's employers among the Big Three.
26th Feb '18 9:53:46 PM Nicoaln
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* This was a common trope in the MythArc of ''Creator/CrossGen'', however their role had some variance.
2nd Feb '18 12:49:43 PM DustSnitch
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One of her most common incarnations is The Lady of the Lake, originally from the King Arthur mythos -- thus making this PublicDomainCharacter an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope of this trope. Characters such as the FairyGodmother, SantaClaus, and even {{God}} sometimes (but far from always) also fill this role. A person empowered this way may be TouchedByVorlons. A CapturedSuperEntity is if this wasn't consensual on the entity's part.

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One of her most common incarnations is The Lady of the Lake, originally from the King Arthur mythos -- thus making this PublicDomainCharacter an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope of this trope. Characters such as the FairyGodmother, SantaClaus, and even {{God}} sometimes (but far from always) also fill this role. A person empowered this way may be TouchedByVorlons. A CapturedSuperEntity is if this wasn't consensual on the entity's part.
7th Nov '17 8:24:28 PM EdwardGil
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One of her most common incarnations is The Lady of the Lake, originally from the King Arthur mythos -- thus making this PublicDomainCharacter an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope of this trope. Characters such as the FairyGodmother, SantaClaus, and even {{God}} sometimes (but far from always) also fill this role. A person empowered this way may be TouchedByVorlons.

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One of her most common incarnations is The Lady of the Lake, originally from the King Arthur mythos -- thus making this PublicDomainCharacter an Administrivia/InternalSubtrope of this trope. Characters such as the FairyGodmother, SantaClaus, and even {{God}} sometimes (but far from always) also fill this role. A person empowered this way may be TouchedByVorlons.
TouchedByVorlons. A CapturedSuperEntity is if this wasn't consensual on the entity's part.
7th Nov '17 8:23:34 PM Infiking
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* The Witch of Envy from ''LightNovel/ReZero'' gives Subaru his Return by Death, the single most enigmatic ability in the series as well as the most powerful, as it allows the main character to keep trying after his death in a world of demigods.

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* The Witch of Envy from ''LightNovel/ReZero'' gives Subaru his Return by Death, the single most enigmatic ability in the series as well as the most powerful, as it allows the main character to keep trying after his death deaths in a world of demigods.
7th Nov '17 8:18:15 PM Infiking
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* The Witch of Envy from ''LightNovel/ReZero'' gives Subaru his Return by Death, the single most enigmatic ability in the series as well as the most powerful, as it allows the main character to keep trying after his death in a world of demigods.
27th Sep '17 10:07:24 AM SantosLHalper
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->''"The Lady of the Lake, her arm clad in the purest shimmering samite, held aloft Excalibur from the bosom of the water, signifying by divine providence that I, Arthur, was to carry Excalibur. ''That'' is why I am your king."''

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->''"The Lady of the Lake, her arm clad in the purest shimmering samite, held aloft Excalibur from the bosom of the water, signifying by divine providence that I, Arthur, was to carry Excalibur. ''That'' is why I am your king."''king!"''
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