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4th Mar '17 1:36:01 PM nombretomado
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25th Feb '17 7:19:30 AM Novaheart
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* Every Franchise/Digimon is split into these as well, with most starting out in their Baby/Fresh stage and ending at the Adult/Champion level. A Digimon who went through extensive training will eventually reach the Perfect/Ultimate level; a great deal more, and they can go into the Ultimate/Mega level, which is considered to be [[OlympusMons close to godhood]]. In fact, some Megas are physical gods themselves.

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* Every Franchise/Digimon {{Franchise/Digimon}} is split into these as well, with most starting out in their Baby/Fresh stage and ending at the Adult/Champion level. A Digimon who went through extensive training will eventually reach the Perfect/Ultimate level; a great deal more, and they can go into the Ultimate/Mega level, which is considered to be [[OlympusMons close to godhood]]. In fact, some Megas are physical gods themselves.
12th Dec '16 5:50:13 PM Doug86
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* DragonballZ of all things has a possible aversion, although it's likely a case of AccidentallyAccurate. When Majin Buu first appears, and hasn't yet revealed his true power, Vegeta mistakenly believes it's a case of CantCatchUp, in which he was previously the strongest in the universe, but has fallen behind since his long hibernation. He states that Saiyans have "evolved" since Buu's time. By sheer dumb luck this happens to be correct, because Freeza did indeed eliminate the vast majority of the Saiyan gene pool, leaving only a few who were capable of becoming Super Saiyans.

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* DragonballZ ''Anime/DragonballZ'' of all things has a possible aversion, although it's likely a case of AccidentallyAccurate. When Majin Buu first appears, and hasn't yet revealed his true power, Vegeta mistakenly believes it's a case of CantCatchUp, in which he was previously the strongest in the universe, but has fallen behind since his long hibernation. He states that Saiyans have "evolved" since Buu's time. By sheer dumb luck this happens to be correct, because Freeza did indeed eliminate the vast majority of the Saiyan gene pool, leaving only a few who were capable of becoming Super Saiyans.
21st Nov '16 12:40:09 PM SenorCornholio
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* Every Franchise/Digimon is split into these as well, with most starting out in their Baby/Fresh stage and ending at the Adult/Champion level. A Digimon who went through extensive training will eventually reach the Perfect/Ultimate level; a great deal more, and they can go into the Ultimate/Mega level, which is considered to be [[OlympusMons close to godhood]]. In fact, some Megas are physical gods themselves.
18th Nov '16 3:53:54 AM rodneyAnonymous
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[[caption-width-right:350:Yeah, pretty much like this.]]

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8th Nov '16 1:30:20 PM DustSnitch
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8th Nov '16 1:04:50 PM DustSnitch
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* When discussing "How Did the Hutts Rise to Power?" in ''Podcast/PlumbingTheDeathStar'', Jackson mentions that they may have been a more monstrous and athletic species before years of wealth and luxury devolved them into the immobile, slug creatures that grace the ''Star Wars'' universe today.
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2nd Nov '16 5:05:02 PM __Vano
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This has a ''grain'' of truth with ''technological'' evolution (which is arguably where the idea comes from), with modern tools and techniques outperforming earlier ones in the same tasks. But more advanced tools also rely on the presence of modern materials, manufacturing techologies and related infrastructure -- which all ultimately boil down to the entire pool of required knowledge (including that of the users) and resources -- so they technically fit into a ''different'' environment than their predecessors. In verity, this can lead to [[BreakOutTheMuseumPiece older tools stealing spotlight]] when those requirements are suddenly to longer met.

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This has a ''grain'' of truth with ''technological'' evolution (which is arguably where the idea comes from), with modern tools and techniques outperforming earlier ones in the same tasks. But more advanced tools also rely on the presence of modern materials, manufacturing techologies technologies and related infrastructure -- which all ultimately boil down to the entire pool of required knowledge (including that of the users) and resources -- so they technically fit into a ''different'' environment than their predecessors. In verity, this can lead to [[BreakOutTheMuseumPiece older tools stealing spotlight]] when those requirements are suddenly to longer met.
2nd Nov '16 5:03:23 PM __Vano
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This has a ''grain'' of truth with ''technological'' evolution (which is arguably where the idea comes from), with modern tools and techniques outperforming earlier ones in the same tasks. But more advanced tools also rely on the presence of modern materials, manufacturing techologies and related infrastructure -- which all ultimately boil down to the entire pool of required knowledge (including that of the users) and resources -- so they technically fit into a ''different'' environment than their predecessors. In verity, this can lead to [[BreakOutTheMuseumPiece older tools stealing spotlight]] when those requirements are suddenly to longer met.
26th Sep '16 4:17:26 PM SolipSchism
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** The characters find the lost city of {{Atlanta}}, in which the human inhabitants have evolved into mermaids. When Bender points out that this should have taken millions of years, the mayor's daughter explains that the caffeine from the Coca-Cola bottling plant sped things up.

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** The characters find the lost city of {{Atlanta}}, UsefulNotes/{{Atlanta}}, in which the human inhabitants have evolved into mermaids. When Bender points out that this should have taken millions of years, the mayor's daughter explains that the caffeine from the Coca-Cola bottling plant sped things up.
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