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27th Aug '16 3:18:33 PM Angeldeb82
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* Terry once fought a man whose psychic power was to shut off his own pain receptors in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''. [[YouFailBiologyForever Somehow, this made him super-strong and allowed him to fall thirty stories or so, ]]''[[YouFailBiologyForever leave a crater]]''[[YouFailBiologyForever , and walk away without injury]].

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* Terry once fought a man whose psychic power was to shut off his own pain receptors in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''. [[YouFailBiologyForever [[ArtisticLicenseBiology Somehow, this made him super-strong and allowed him to fall thirty stories or so, ]]''[[YouFailBiologyForever so,]] ''[[ArtisticLicenseBiology leave a crater]]''[[YouFailBiologyForever crater]]''[[ArtisticLicenseBiology , and walk away without injury]].injury.]]
24th Aug '16 4:58:06 AM LordGro
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* ''Literature/TheSagaOfRagnarLodbrok'': When Aella's messenger relates Ragnar's death to the Ragnarssons, Sigurd is paring his fingernails with a knife. He listens to the messenger so attentively (and presumably, is so worked up internally) he does not notice he is cutting into his own flesh "until the knife stood in the bone, and he did not flinch at that."
10th Aug '16 10:04:18 AM Willbyr
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* This is what allows AxCrazy KnifeNut Farfarello from ''WeissKreuz'' to go out kicking ass with near-total impunity. It's also indirectly implied to be why he's [[EyepatchOfPower missing an eye]] and covered in a lot of nasty-looking scars.

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* This is what allows AxCrazy KnifeNut Farfarello from ''WeissKreuz'' ''Anime/WeissKreuz'' to go out kicking ass with near-total impunity. It's also indirectly implied to be why he's [[EyepatchOfPower missing an eye]] and covered in a lot of nasty-looking scars.
5th Aug '16 6:09:47 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* A variation occurs in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' novel ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'': The Spartan III soldiers have been given a cocktail of chemicals that prevents their body from going into shock when gravely injured to give them an extra edge in combat, so at one point when a soldier is hit it doesn't register and he only collapses once he loses enough blood for his heart to stop working, since he lost most of his chest.

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* A variation occurs in the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' novel ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'': The Spartan III Spartan-III soldiers of Gamma Company have been given a cocktail of chemicals that prevents their body from going into shock when gravely injured injured, to give them an extra edge in combat, so combat; at one point when a soldier is hit it doesn't register immediately register, and he only collapses once he loses enough blood for his heart to stop working, since he lost most of his chest.



* Hayden, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkSector'', has congenital insensitivity to pain. This is the reason he can use the superpowers given to him by the mutagen he has been infected with during the story, as it is revealed later than normal humans go insane from the constant pain it gives them.
* As above, the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series, the Spartan [=IIIs=] have had their nervous systems modified to block most pain from injury and prevent the body from going into shock. At one point a Spartan is still on his feet after having his insides ripped to shreds, and though he does die seconds later he only stays up as long as he does because he couldn't feel it, and a normal person would have gone into shock instantly.

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* Hayden, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkSector'', has congenital insensitivity to pain. This is the reason he can use the superpowers given to him by the mutagen he has been infected with during the story, as it is revealed later than normal humans go insane from the constant pain it gives them.
* As above, the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series, the Spartan [=IIIs=] have had their nervous systems modified to block most pain from injury and prevent the body from going into shock. At one point a Spartan is still on his feet after having his insides ripped to shreds, and though he does die seconds later he only stays up as long as he does because he couldn't feel it, and a normal person would have gone into shock instantly.
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30th Jul '16 5:41:32 PM Andyroid
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* Keisuke from ''WebComic/UndyingHappiness'' not only has an uncanny HealingFactor, but is virtually immune to pain. This unfortunately makes him a bit reckless and frequently leads to AmusingInjuries.
29th Jul '16 1:32:44 PM Willbyr
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* Checkmate from ''UltimateMuscle'' went through intensive training as a child to not feel pain. As with most of these cases, he loses because he can't tell what his body's limit is. This is all completely forgotten about [[HeelFaceTurn once he turns good]].

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* Checkmate from ''UltimateMuscle'' ''Anime/UltimateMuscle'' went through intensive training as a child to not feel pain. As with most of these cases, he loses because he can't tell what his body's limit is. This is all completely forgotten about [[HeelFaceTurn once he turns good]].
28th Jul '16 1:45:01 AM CountDorku
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*** Orks can get the full rule by being led by a [[MadDoctor Painboy]], either because he's providing medical care, or because they're [[MeatgrinderSurgery so afraid he will]] that they refuse to acknowledge any injury short of decapitation, so as not to give him an excuse.
25th Jul '16 6:10:56 AM StarTropes
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* One of Series/{{House}}'s patients had CIPA -- ''congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis''. In a scene which is as interesting as it is freakin' hilarious, she and House (who is in constant chronic pain in his right leg) get into a whine-off over which of them has the worse deal. And in the process, she's very clear about the downsides of her condition -- she has to wake up every morning and check manually to see if she scratched her corneas while sleeping, she doesn't even know it when she has a fever...

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* One of Series/{{House}}'s patients had CIPA -- ''congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis''. In a scene which is as interesting as it is freakin' hilarious, she and House (who is in constant chronic pain in his right leg) get into a whine-off [[MiseryPoker whine-off]] over which of them has the worse deal. And in the process, she's very clear about the downsides of her condition -- she has to wake up every morning and check manually to see if she scratched her corneas while sleeping, she doesn't even know it when she has a fever...


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* The ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' episode "Broken Bird" features an old acquaintance of Ducky's who feels no pain. This led to him becoming a TortureTechnician, and he put one poor fellow through so much agony that Ducky decided to MercyKill him.
30th Jun '16 6:38:52 AM Willbyr
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** In the game, "Feel No Pain" is one of the special rules in the core rulebook. It's an extra saving roll taken after a model with the rule fails their normal saving roll, representing shrugging off the injury to continue fighting. The rule can be granted in a number of ways. For instance, Imperial Guard HQ squads can get it by giving one of its guardsmen a medi-pack, Space Marine Apothecaries give it to the Command Squads they're attached to, and the Salamanders Space Marine chapter gets an improved version against flamer weapons as part of their Chapter Tactics. Additionally, some factions are particularly associated with the rule, such as:

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** In the game, "Feel No Pain" is one of the special rules in the core rulebook. It's an extra saving roll taken after a model with the rule fails their normal saving roll, representing shrugging off the injury to continue fighting. The rule can be granted in a number of ways. For instance, Imperial Guard HQ squads can get it by giving one of its guardsmen a medi-pack, some Warlord Traits grant the regular rule or variants, Space Marine Apothecaries give it to the Command Squads they're attached to, and the Salamanders Space Marine chapter gets an improved version against flamer weapons as part of their Chapter Tactics. Additionally, some factions are particularly associated with the rule, such as:
21st Jun '16 3:51:33 PM Minni128
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* PlayedWith in ''Fanfic/MaimDeMaim and Satsuki Matoi. Everything that [[spoiler: Evelyn tried to do to kill her with, even going as far as throwing the former into a furnace]], had zero effect. However, earlier, during a bonding moment with Junketsu, she did react to being burned with an iron.

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* PlayedWith in ''Fanfic/MaimDeMaim ''Fanfic/MaimDeMaim'' and Satsuki Matoi. Everything that [[spoiler: Evelyn tried to do to kill her with, even going as far as throwing the former into a furnace]], had zero effect.effect, actually, she shrugs it off and continues talking. However, earlier, during a bonding moment with Junketsu, she did react to being burned with an iron. Then again, she does have a powerful HealingFactor.
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