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14th Mar '17 7:12:43 PM KillerClowns
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* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}''. A major reason why going outside at night is a bad idea is simply that it's cold at night, and the cold can cause you to take damage and die if you're not wearing appropriate clothing. The same issue also makes it difficult for you to explore some types of planets without wearing appropriate clothing.

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* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}''. A major reason why going outside at night is a bad idea is simply that it's cold at night, and early versions of ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'', where the cold can could cause you the player to take damage and die if you're not they weren't wearing appropriate clothing. The same issue also makes it difficult for you Eventually, this was changed to explore some types of planets without wearing appropriate clothing.using techs that provide an all-covering, invisible shield against extreme radiation/cold/heat (depending on the tech's level, with cumulative effects). Even so, low-tier "snow" and "desert" worlds require no special protection whatsoever and can be safely explored in [[GardenGarment ordinary Floran clothing]].
27th Feb '17 6:10:30 PM Katsuhagi
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* Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' changes from a conservative summer dress to what can only be described as a winter-toned sundress, with bare arms and light enough material that it would probably be a little chilly even on a bright spring day. [[AnIcePerson And it's made of ice and snow]]. Justified; as she says, "[[RequiredSecondaryPowers The cold never bothered me anyway]]." Also justified by the fact that she wields ice magic.

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* Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' changes from a conservative summer dress to what can only be described as a winter-toned sundress, with bare arms and light enough material that it would probably be a little chilly even on a bright spring day. [[AnIcePerson And it's made of ice and snow]]. Justified; as she says, "[[RequiredSecondaryPowers The cold never bothered me anyway]]." Also justified by the fact that she wields ice magic. Her sister Anna, on the other hand, runs off to find her still wearing a ballgown, and is shown to be near frozen solid by the time she reaches an inn.
23rd Feb '17 10:22:56 AM SpinAttaxx
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'':
*** At Mount Lanakila's peak, the coldest area in the otherwise-tropical Alola, you find Professor Kukui in his usual attire, bare chest and all. Humorously, a dialogue option with him at this point is "[[LampshadeHanging Aren't you cold?]]" This is despite a player's clothing options being limited to short-sleeves and shorts (or skirts as a girl), and yet they don't feel any cold themselves.
*** Given the region's tropical climate, a few characters {{invert|edTrope}} this; while the rest of the Aether Foundation wears clothing acceptable for a warm climate, Wicke wears a bright pink sweater. And then there's returning character [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Cynthia]], who still wears her all-black attire complete with longcoat and boots. The possibility of heat stroke never crosses her mind, so it seems. [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Colress]] also wears a bulkier coat than he did before, though an NPC at least claims it uses coolant technology.
19th Feb '17 1:52:49 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** In the scene in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOUmOtguEFo this clip]], Robin is wearinging her usual style in a cold, snowy locatio. (It's nt exactly a scene that suggests {{fanservice}}, however, [[TearJerker given what just happened]].)
13th Feb '17 5:26:34 PM EspyPsyche
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* Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' changes from a conservative summer dress to what can only be described as a winter-toned sundress, with bare arms and light enough material that it would probably be a little chilly even on a bright spring day. [[AnIcePerson And it's made of ice and snow]]. Justified; as she says, "[[RequiredSecondaryPowers The cold never bothered me anyway]]."

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* Elsa in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' changes from a conservative summer dress to what can only be described as a winter-toned sundress, with bare arms and light enough material that it would probably be a little chilly even on a bright spring day. [[AnIcePerson And it's made of ice and snow]]. Justified; as she says, "[[RequiredSecondaryPowers The cold never bothered me anyway]]."" Also justified by the fact that she wields ice magic.
12th Feb '17 4:57:02 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** A non-fanservice example happens in the ''Magazine/{{DungeonAdventures}}'' module "The Price of Revenge"; the [=PCs=] first meet Eliza (a CreepyChild who initiates the plot) in the middle of a blizzard in the dead of winter; her clothing consists of a dirty, tattered shawl and little else, not doing much to hide her "gaunt form". (If they ignore the hungry wolves with her and show concern for this, she replies, "I hadn't noticed." Which might not be a lie, seeing as she's a vampire.)
1st Feb '17 10:38:02 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Ninokuni}}'' where Ollie and friends are quick to obtain some heavy winter coats when their travels take them to the colder regions of the world, and will automatically don the coats anytime you revisit.

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* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Ninokuni}}'' ''VideoGame/NiNoKuni'' where Ollie and friends are quick to obtain some heavy winter coats when their travels take them to the colder regions of the world, and will automatically don the coats anytime you revisit.
28th Jan '17 7:06:20 PM ultimomant
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* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', the Servants often wear very skimpy outfits, and can have swimsuits as alternate outfits. In the ''First Order'' anime, Ritsuka asks Shielder if she is cold in her revealing armor. She remarks that she is unaffected by the temperature.
22nd Jan '17 11:13:48 AM ScrewySqrl
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* Spectacularly mocked (in conjunction with {{stripperiffic}} female outfits) in ''Webcomic/RPGWorld''. Cherry and Diane complain about the cold as they cross a snowy mountain. Hero sympathizes, because he's wearing short sleeves. Close-up of Cherry (in her shorts and sleeveless shirt) and Diane (in her quipao/cocktail dress thing) shivering. Cherry further {{Lampshades}} the trope by [[FouthWallObserver complaoning about the male, 13-25 target demographic]]

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* Spectacularly mocked (in conjunction with {{stripperiffic}} female outfits) in ''Webcomic/RPGWorld''. Cherry and Diane complain about the cold as they cross a snowy mountain. Hero sympathizes, because he's wearing short sleeves. Close-up of Cherry (in her shorts and sleeveless shirt) and Diane (in her quipao/cocktail dress thing) shivering. Cherry further {{Lampshades}} the trope by [[FouthWallObserver complaoning about [[FourthWallObserver complaning about]] [[MaleGaze the male, 13-25 target demographic]]
22nd Jan '17 6:39:54 AM ScrewySqrl
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* Spectacularly mocked (in conjunction with {{stripperiffic}} female outfits) in ''Webcomic/RPGWorld''. Cherry and Diane complain about the cold as they cross a snowy mountain. Hero sympathizes, because he's wearing short sleeves. Close-up of Cherry (in her shorts and sleeveless shirt) and Diane (in her quipao/cocktail dress thing) shivering.

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* Spectacularly mocked (in conjunction with {{stripperiffic}} female outfits) in ''Webcomic/RPGWorld''. Cherry and Diane complain about the cold as they cross a snowy mountain. Hero sympathizes, because he's wearing short sleeves. Close-up of Cherry (in her shorts and sleeveless shirt) and Diane (in her quipao/cocktail dress thing) shivering. Cherry further {{Lampshades}} the trope by [[FouthWallObserver complaoning about the male, 13-25 target demographic]]
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