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10th Apr '16 10:39:58 PM KOman
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* ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': Housenki is an oyster demon with an affinity for jewels, who uses adamantine (the term "diamond" didn't exist at this time) for both offense and defense. The titular character's [[BFS Tessaiga]] [[VictorGainsLosersPowers takes this ability]], named the [[FlechetteStorm Adamant Barrage]].

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* ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': Housenki is an oyster demon with an affinity for jewels, who uses adamantine (the term "diamond" didn't exist at this time) for both offense and defense. The titular character's [[BFS [[{{BFS}} Tessaiga]] [[VictorGainsLosersPowers takes this ability]], named the [[FlechetteStorm Adamant Barrage]].
10th Apr '16 10:39:37 PM KOman
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* ''[[Manga/{{Inuyasha}}]]'': Housenki is an oyster demon with an affinity for jewels, who uses adamantine (the term "diamond" didn't exist at this time) for both offense and defense. The titular character's [[BFS Tessaiga]] [[VictorGainsLosersPowers takes this ability]], named the [[FlechetteStorm Adamant Barrage]].

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* ''[[Manga/{{Inuyasha}}]]'': ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': Housenki is an oyster demon with an affinity for jewels, who uses adamantine (the term "diamond" didn't exist at this time) for both offense and defense. The titular character's [[BFS Tessaiga]] [[VictorGainsLosersPowers takes this ability]], named the [[FlechetteStorm Adamant Barrage]].
10th Apr '16 10:39:15 PM KOman
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* ''[[Manga/{{Inuyasha}}]]'': Housenki is an oyster demon with an affinity for jewels, who uses adamantine (the term "diamond" didn't exist at this time) for both offense and defense. The titular character's [[BFS Tessaiga]] [[VictorGainsLosersPowers takes this ability]], named the [[FlechetteStorm Adamant Barrage]].
31st Mar '16 3:17:02 PM WillKeaton
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obsidian Obsidian]], a type of volcanic glass, has been used as the cutting part of weapons.

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obsidian Obsidian]], Obsidian,]] a type of volcanic glass, has been used as the cutting part of weapons.
16th Mar '16 10:24:42 AM VolcanoWorld
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* Rubies can make laser beams.
7th Mar '16 8:16:08 AM Maddy-chan4444
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* Oddly, Daisy forgoes the GreenThumb she usually has in sports games for the power to cause crystals to rise from the ground and punch the ball with [[BodyToJewel a crystal fist]] in [[VideoGame/MarioStrikers Mario Strikers Charged]].

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* Oddly, ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'''s Daisy forgoes the GreenThumb she usually has in sports games for the power to cause crystals to rise from the ground and punch the ball with [[BodyToJewel a crystal fist]] in [[VideoGame/MarioStrikers Mario Strikers Charged]].''VideoGame/MarioStrikersCharged''.
4th Mar '16 11:37:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[{{Marvel 2099}} 2099]]'' gives us Crystalline, a mutant capable of growing beautiful crystals out of nowhere. When in a good mood, she just grows them around enemies to trap them but she is fully capable of projecting them as a torrent of razor-sharp shards.
* CaptainAmerica villainess (and [[DatingCatwoman sometimes girlfriend]]) Diamondback uses diamonds as throwing weapons... ''fake ones'', of course.

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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}} ''Comicbook/XMen [[{{Marvel 2099}} 2099]]'' gives us Crystalline, a mutant capable of growing beautiful crystals out of nowhere. When in a good mood, she just grows them around enemies to trap them but she is fully capable of projecting them as a torrent of razor-sharp shards.
* CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica villainess (and [[DatingCatwoman sometimes girlfriend]]) Diamondback uses diamonds as throwing weapons... ''fake ones'', of course.



* ''TheHeroesOfOlympus'' has Hazel, a daughter of Pluto who's the Roman god of death and riches, who can control and use gems and precious metals to attack.

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* ''TheHeroesOfOlympus'' ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' has Hazel, a daughter of Pluto who's the Roman god of death and riches, who can control and use gems and precious metals to attack.
25th Dec '15 2:08:37 AM KOman
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** There's also the Crystal Beasts (Gem Beasts in the original), a group of seven [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal bejeweled beasts]] each representing a color of the rainbow. Their main gimmick is moving to the Spell/Trap Card Zone as Continuous Spells when they would otherwise be destroyed, which is depicted as transforming into their respective crystals. The ace of the archetype is Rainbow Dragon.
16th Dec '15 6:30:40 PM nombretomado
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* Taric the Gem Knight from ''LeagueOfLegends'' wears armour made out of gems, carries a large gem-studded shield and wields a ''massive'' [[DropTheHammer hammer]] studded with sharp gems. His gems are the source of his magic and he can both stun enemies with a dazzling blast of light from his shield and cause his crystalling aura to shatter explosively, shredding nearby enemies, as well as buff up nearby allies with the power of his radiance.

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* Taric the Gem Knight from ''LeagueOfLegends'' ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' wears armour made out of gems, carries a large gem-studded shield and wields a ''massive'' [[DropTheHammer hammer]] studded with sharp gems. His gems are the source of his magic and he can both stun enemies with a dazzling blast of light from his shield and cause his crystalling aura to shatter explosively, shredding nearby enemies, as well as buff up nearby allies with the power of his radiance.
21st Aug '15 6:21:16 PM BlackMageAnolis
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* Both VideoGame/SecretOfMana and VideoGame/{{Seiken Densetsu 3}} have the spell Gem/Diamond Missile (respectively), which first causes a large diamond to pop out of the ground and burst into smaller spinning gem fragments, finally shooting straight at the target one after the other. In the latter's case, when targeting enough enemies, the assault is so much, '''it causes slowdown'''.
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