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28th Nov '16 7:33:13 AM RobTan
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* Inverted in ''Series/GameOfThrones'' by Thoros of Myr. He is a red priest, was raised in the temple of the Lord of Light. He was a DirtyOldMonk who never believed, and viewed his asignment to cinvert Robert Baratheon as a way to escape the temple. However, when his friend Beric Dondarrion was killed while they were trying to apprehend Gregor Clegane, Thoros prayed over his body and Beric rose from the dead. Thoros' suddenly manifested magical powers resulted in him undergoing a spiritual awakening, and by Season 6 he had sucessfully converted the entire Brotherhood Without Banners and convinced them to march on The Wall to fight the White Walkers, beliving them to be servants of the Great Other.
17th Nov '16 1:04:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* A good half of ComicBook/{{Kaliman}}'s powers came from his intense mental and spiritual training in the orient. The other half? Sheer {{Badass}}itude.

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* A good half of ComicBook/{{Kaliman}}'s powers came from his intense mental and spiritual training in the orient. The other half? Sheer {{Badass}}itude.badassitude.
10th Oct '16 2:14:01 PM DVB
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* Along with brand new [[SoulPoweredEngine Mantra Reactor]], this is how Asura from ''VidoeGame/AsurasWrath'' obtains the power to become [[spoiler: Asura the Destructor and take down [[{{God}} Chakravartin]] once and for all.]]

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* Along with the brand new [[SoulPoweredEngine Mantra Reactor]], Reactor]] installed in him (which allows his body to physically handle the power), this is how Asura from ''VidoeGame/AsurasWrath'' obtains the power to become [[spoiler: Asura the Destructor and take down [[{{God}} Chakravartin]] once and for all.]]
10th Oct '16 9:09:21 AM DVB
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** At least with the normal Human-Human fruit. [[spoiler: Former]] Fleet Admiral Sengoku ate the Human-Human Fruit... Model: Daibutsu, allowing him to turn into a giant golden Buddha-like being that can produce powerful shockwaves.
11th Sep '16 9:39:11 AM Hanz
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', when in the TV World, the characters are confronted by their shadow selves. These are the manifestations of all their unwanted, hidden emotions. When rejected, the shadows will go OneWingedAngel and try to kill them. Only by facing themselves and accepting their flaws will their shadow transform into a Persona. Working to overcome their flaws and improve themselves allows the Persona to evolve into a more powerful form.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', when in the TV World, the characters are confronted by their shadow selves. These are the manifestations of all their unwanted, hidden emotions. When rejected, the shadows will go OneWingedAngel and try to kill them. Only by facing themselves and accepting their flaws will their shadow transform into a Persona. Working to overcome their flaws and improve themselves allows the Persona to evolve into a more powerful form. A darker example would be [[spoiler:Adachi]], who gains his Persona by embracing his depravity.
5th Sep '16 6:24:24 AM Hanz
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* Subverted in ''Manga/OnePiece'', where according to WordOfGod a [[ShapedLikeItself human who eats the Human-Human Fruit]] (the fruit that turned Chopper into a human/reindeer hybrid) would achieve enlightenment but physically would gain nothing but the [[SuperDrowningSkills weakness]] of a Devil Fruit User.

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* Subverted in ''Manga/OnePiece'', where according to WordOfGod a [[ShapedLikeItself human who eats the Human-Human Fruit]] (the fruit that turned Chopper into a human/reindeer hybrid) would achieve spiritual enlightenment but physically would gain nothing but the [[SuperDrowningSkills weakness]] of a Devil Fruit User.
26th Aug '16 7:31:05 PM NozzDogg
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* Although it is clear that genetics plays a deciding factor in developing PsychicPowers in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' it also seems that without a good deal of spiritual introspection they won't develop very far. One Martian faith, the Society of Eternal Bliss, even places psychics at the top of the reincarnation ladder and treats them as gods simply to give them the time to meditate and develop their abilities.

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* Although it is clear that genetics plays a deciding factor in developing PsychicPowers in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' it also seems that without a good deal of spiritual introspection they won't develop very far.far, if at all. One Martian faith, the Society of Eternal Bliss, even places psychics at the top of the reincarnation ladder and treats them as gods simply to give them the time to meditate and develop their abilities.
26th Aug '16 7:18:15 PM NozzDogg
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* Although it is clear that genetics plays a deciding factor in developing PsychicPowers in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' it also seems that without a good deal of spiritual introspection they won't develop very far. One Martian faith, the Society of Eternal Bliss, even places psychics at the top of the reincarnation ladder and treats them as gods simply to give them the time to meditate and develop their abilities.
24th Aug '16 7:21:42 AM Discar
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* ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'': Oracle, a sentient Speak'n'Spell, gained powers from having an "enlightenment module" installed. These powers include transcendental levitation and astral teleportation.
21st Jul '16 6:45:31 PM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest'', many of Sun Wukong's powers, including the shapeshifting, the ability to summon duplicates of himself, and the ability to leap large distances in a single bound, were gained as side-effects of studying the secrets of the universe under the Buddhist sage Subhuti. Subhuti eventually asked him to leave when he realized he was more interested in the superpowers than the enlightenment.
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