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23rd Apr '17 2:54:44 PM nombretomado
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* Common in the Franchise/TalesSeries.

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* Common in the Franchise/TalesSeries.''VideoGame/TalesSeries''.
25th Feb '17 2:46:30 AM Kreyghun
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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' series seems to be the TropeCodifier for this. In ''VideoGame/UltimaI'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaII'' you can acquire and air car and bi-plane respectively, which let you fly over land and water. The air car has lasers you can shoot distant enemies with, but cannot pass through forests areas.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' series seems to be the TropeCodifier for this. In ''VideoGame/UltimaI'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaII'' you can acquire and air car and or bi-plane respectively, which let you fly over land and water. The air car has lasers you can shoot distant enemies with, but cannot pass through forests forest areas.
25th Feb '17 2:45:36 AM Kreyghun
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* The ''Franchise/Ultima'' series seems to be the TropeCodifier for this. In ''VideoGame/UltimaI'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaII'' you can acquire and air car and bi-plane respectively, which let you fly over land and water. The air car has lasers you can shoot distant enemies with, but cannot pass through forests areas.

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* The ''Franchise/Ultima'' ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' series seems to be the TropeCodifier for this. In ''VideoGame/UltimaI'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaII'' you can acquire and air car and bi-plane respectively, which let you fly over land and water. The air car has lasers you can shoot distant enemies with, but cannot pass through forests areas.
25th Feb '17 2:38:00 AM Kreyghun
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* The ''Franchise/Ultima'' series seems to be the TropeCodifier for this. In ''VideoGame/UltimaI'' and ''VideoGame/UltimaII'' you can acquire and air car and bi-plane respectively, which let you fly over land and water. The air car has lasers you can shoot distant enemies with, but cannot pass through forests areas.
** You can find a balloon late in the game in ''VideoGame/UltimaIV'', tho you typically have to wait for the wind to shift to a favorable direction.
*** ''VideoGame/UltimaV'' has a magic carpet that can travel to nearly anywhere on the map, but can't pass mountains or tall buildings. It returns in ''VideoGame/UltimaVII'', where it can be obtained [[DiscOneNuke shortly after the third town]]. [[GameBreakingBug Unfortunately]], using it to travel over certain areas can cause the game to become UnwinnableByMistake.



* You can find a balloon late in the game in ''VideoGame/UltimaIV'', tho you typically have to wait for the wind to shift to a favorable direction.
** ''VideoGame/UltimaV'' has a magic carpet that can travel to nearly anywhere on the map, but can't pass mountains or tall buildings. It returns in ''VideoGame/UltimaVII'', where it can be obtained [[DiscOneNuke shortly after the third town]]. [[GameBreakingBug Unfortunately]], using it to travel over certain areas can cause the game to become UnwinnableByMistake.
22nd Feb '17 6:12:55 AM jake38
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* ''[[VideoGame/FrontMission Front Mission: Gun Hazard]]'' has four [[AirborneAircraftCarrier Base Carriers]] that the player acquires after completing certain main story missions. They serve as their home base throughout the game and as a deployment point for their [[HumongousMecha Wanzer's.]]
19th Feb '17 11:56:03 AM jake38
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has the Regalia Type-F which is an upgrade that transforms the Regalia, the party's CoolCar, giving it the ability to [[FylingCar fly]]. The work to upgrade the Regalia to the Type-F is done by Cindy (Cidney in Japan), the granddaughter of this game's Cid.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has the Regalia Type-F which is an upgrade that transforms the Regalia, the party's CoolCar, giving it the ability to [[FylingCar [[FlyingCar fly]]. The work to upgrade the Regalia to the Type-F is done by Cindy (Cidney in Japan), the granddaughter of this game's Cid.
12th Jan '17 3:25:43 AM Unityd3v
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has the Regalia Type-F which is an upgrade that transforms the Regalia, the party's CoolCar, giving it the ability to [[FylingCar fly]]. The work to upgrade the Regalia to the Type-F is done by Cindy (Cidney in Japan), the granddaughter of this game's Cid.
18th Oct '16 7:09:47 AM Morgenthaler
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** To a lesser extent, the recurring Fly HM move; though that one counts more as a WarpWhistle as the player doesn't get to control the flying Pokémon directly, unlike the above example. Also as many fans will affectionately point out, this move can be used by many creatures far too small to easily carry the protagonist's backpack, let alone the protagonist, or across a region of a country. Typically, Flying-type ComMons are capable of doing so despite their initial forms being tiny (to the point that some actually have the world "tiny" in their species descriptions in the Pokédex, such as Pidgey being a Tiny Bird Pokémon and Pidove being a Tiny Pigeon Pokémon).

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** To a lesser extent, the recurring Fly HM move; though that one counts more as a WarpWhistle as the player doesn't get to control the flying Pokémon directly, unlike the above example. Also as many fans will affectionately point out, this move can be used by many creatures far too small to easily carry the protagonist's backpack, let alone the protagonist, or across a region of a country. Typically, Flying-type ComMons are capable of doing so despite their initial forms being tiny (to the point that some actually have the world "tiny" in their species descriptions in the Pokédex, such as Pidgey being a Tiny Bird Pokémon and Pidove being a Tiny Pigeon Pokémon).



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12th Jun '16 3:20:52 AM Chabal2
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** ''VideoGame/FinalfantasyX'': You see the Fahrenheit at the very beginning of the game, when it's underwater and being salvaged by the Al Bhed. It shows up later to allow your escape after a major revelation (for the main character, the player might be significantly less clueless), fight an airborne boss or two, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg8OqPbZIEA and is responsible for the most ridiculously awesome cutscene in the game]]. While you can't control it precisely (working more like a PortalNetwork), you can input coordinates to drop you off in secret locations.
4th Jun '16 2:44:27 AM totoofze47
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** The remakes of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' let the player character ride Latias or Latios and even land in the middle of a route. Some areas of the game are only accessible this way.

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** The remakes of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' let the player character ride Latias or Latios and even land in the middle of a route. Some areas of the game are only accessible this way. As an added bonus, the player can even perform useless but cool-looking tricks, like loop-de-loops and somersaults.
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