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4th Sep '17 8:31:19 AM Eddy1215
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* The original four-ninja team of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' control the main elements of Creation that correspond to the Golden Weapons used to create their world: Kai (fire), Jay (lightning), Zane (ice), and Cole (earth). Water and Wind serve as secondary elements instead, among many others.

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* The original four-ninja team of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' control the main elements Elements of Creation that correspond to the Golden Weapons used to create their world: Kai (fire), Jay (lightning), Zane (ice), and Cole (earth). Water and Wind serve as secondary elements instead, among many others.
3rd Sep '17 11:30:23 PM LegitimateIdiot
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* The original four-ninja team of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' control the main elements of Creation that correspond to the Golden Weapons used to create their world: Kai (fire), Jay (lightning), Zane (ice), and Cole (earth). Water and Wind serve as secondary elements instead, among many others.
27th Aug '17 4:34:25 PM MyFinalEdits
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* It may not be intentional but in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' the sectors seem to reflect the elements. The desert sector is fire, the ice sector is water, the mountain sector is air and the forest sector is earth. In fact sector 5 could be considered the aether.

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* It may not be intentional but in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' In ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'', the sectors seem to reflect the elements. The desert sector is fire, the ice sector is water, the mountain sector is air and the forest sector is earth. In fact fact, sector 5 could be considered the aether.
23rd Aug '17 1:02:19 AM PaulA
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* Mercedes Lackey's ''Literature/ElementalMasters'' series, exactly as it says on the tin.
21st Aug '17 2:56:24 PM AntMan
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** ''Film/Thor'' naturally has air and thunder, being the God of it and all. In addition, he lives in the elevated land of Asgard, first arrives in a tornado-like thunderstorm, flies by twirling his hammer to create a gust of wind, first appears in The Avengers flying through the sky, onto an airplane; can summon his hammer through the air, wears a winged helmet, and his costume is colored grey.

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** ''Film/Thor'' ''Film/{{Thor}}'' naturally has air and thunder, being the God of it and all. In addition, he lives in the elevated land of Asgard, first arrives in a tornado-like thunderstorm, flies by twirling his hammer to create a gust of wind, first appears in The Avengers flying through the sky, onto an airplane; can summon his hammer through the air, wears a winged helmet, and his costume is colored grey.
15th Aug '17 11:59:16 PM Hyperion5
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* Marvel Comics supervillain team Force of Nature, consisting of Firewall, Aqueduct, Terraformer, and Skybreaker.
4th Aug '17 8:25:07 AM StFan
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* In ''Film/TheCraft'' Nancy represents Fire - she is the most passionate and dangerous of the girls, Sarah represents Earth - the most grounded and mature of them, Bonnie represents Air - she is the most in tune with her surroundings , and Rochelle Represents Water - she is a swimmer.
* A subtle one with ''Film/TheAvengers'':

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* In Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', the four Titans fit each element: Rock Titan (earth), Ice Titan (water), Lava Titan (fire), Tornado Titan (air). As the climax reveals, the combination of the four is quite... [[StuffBlowingUp explosive]].
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* In ''Film/TheCraft'' Nancy represents Fire - -- she is the most passionate and dangerous of the girls, Sarah represents Earth - -- the most grounded and mature of them, Bonnie represents Air - -- she is the most in tune with her surroundings , surroundings, and Rochelle Represents Water - -- she is a swimmer.
* A subtle one with ''Film/TheAvengers'':''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'':



** ''Film/Thor'' naturally has air and thunder, being the God of it and all. In addition, he lives in the elevated land of Asgaard, first arrives in a tornado-like thunderstorm, flies by twirling his hammer to create a gust of wind, first appears in The Avengers flying through the sky, onto an airplane; can summon his hammer through the air, wears a winged helmet, and his costume is colored grey.
** Finally, ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk and earth; not only are the Hulk’s powers derived from physical strength, commonly associated with earth, but he’s also frequently underground, being grounded or on the run in verdant lands, and is colored green.

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** ''Film/Thor'' naturally has air and thunder, being the God of it and all. In addition, he lives in the elevated land of Asgaard, Asgard, first arrives in a tornado-like thunderstorm, flies by twirling his hammer to create a gust of wind, first appears in The Avengers flying through the sky, onto an airplane; can summon his hammer through the air, wears a winged helmet, and his costume is colored grey.
** Finally, ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'' and earth; not only are the Hulk’s powers derived from physical strength, commonly associated with earth, but he’s he's also frequently underground, being grounded or on the run in verdant lands, and is colored green.
green.



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* ''VideoGame/{{Obsidian}}'' features Air, Fire, Metal and Oil as part of an alternate universe where machines thrive instead of humans, described in one of the dream worlds. 4 different mini-worlds each utilize these elements within an enormous mechanical spider, and with the puzzles in each one solved, the spider gains these elements one by one until it fully comes to life when complete...which may not be a good thing for a human.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Obsidian}}'' features Air, Fire, Metal and Oil as part of an alternate universe where machines thrive instead of humans, described in one of the dream worlds. 4 different mini-worlds each utilize these elements within an enormous mechanical spider, and with the puzzles in each one solved, the spider gains these elements one by one until it fully comes to life when complete... which may not be a good thing for a human.



-->'''Sokka:''' Team Avatar is back! ''[series of dramatic zooms]'' Air! Water! Earth! Fire! ''(grabs some large leaves for himself and Suki)'' Fan and sword!

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-->'''Sokka:''' --->'''Sokka:''' Team Avatar is back! ''[series of dramatic zooms]'' Air! Water! Earth! Fire! ''(grabs ''[grabs some large leaves for himself and Suki)'' Suki]'' Fan and sword!



* In Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', the four Titans fit each element: Rock Titan (earth), Ice Titan (water), Lava Titan (fire), Tornado Titan (air). As the climax reveals, the combination of the four is quite...[[StuffBlowingUp explosive]].



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* States of matter. Earth, water, air, fire? Solid, liquid, gas, plasma.
** (Fire is sometimes plasma, sometimes not. It's complicated. But many people consider it to be plasma because strong fires can be affected by magnetic fields.)

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* States of matter. Earth, water, air, fire? Solid, liquid, gas, plasma.
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plasma. (Fire is sometimes plasma, sometimes not. It's complicated. But many people consider it to be plasma because strong fires can be affected by magnetic fields.)
29th Jul '17 2:08:45 PM theloopweaver
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* A subtle one with ''Film/The Avengers'':

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* A subtle one with ''Film/The Avengers'':''Film/TheAvengers'':
29th Jul '17 2:08:09 PM theloopweaver
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** ''Film/Iron Man'' is surrounded by fire in the first movie (captured in the desert, spends time in a cave lit by flames and forges his armor in the heat), fires and manufactures weapons, gets blasted through many flaming explosions, has a lit fireplace constantly in the background of his Malibu house, and paints his costume red and gold.
** ''Film/Captain AmericaTheFirstAvenger'' has water and ice as his motifs; discovered frozen in ice, created via injection with blue liquid, film subtly tinted blue with scenes of rain and shots of snowy mountains throughout, chases a starter villain into the water in his first scene as Captain America, falls into the ocean at the end of the sequel, and his costume is colored primarily blue.

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** ''Film/Iron Man'' ''Film/IronMan'' is surrounded by fire in the first movie (captured in the desert, spends time in a cave lit by flames and forges his armor in the heat), fires and manufactures weapons, gets blasted through many flaming explosions, has a lit fireplace constantly in the background of his Malibu house, and paints his costume red and gold.
** ''Film/Captain AmericaTheFirstAvenger'' ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' has water and ice as his motifs; discovered frozen in ice, created via injection with blue liquid, film subtly tinted blue with scenes of rain and shots of snowy mountains throughout, chases a starter villain into the water in his first scene as Captain America, falls into the ocean at the end of the sequel, and his costume is colored primarily blue.
12th Jul '17 10:52:58 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has the Elements of Waters, Winds, and Warmth, plus the [[WorldTree Spirit Tree]] serving as the Earth element.
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