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30th Jul '17 2:48:16 PM Tropetastic1995
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* In ''Marvel Comics'', there is the Enigma Force , which transforms whichever random schmuck it enters into the all-powerful Captain Universe until a certain crisis is averted. Captain Universe is a completely invulnerable RealityWarper and Flyingbrick, every bit the "no-one" in '' no-one can stop the Juggernaut''. When Spider-Man wielded these powers, he effortlessly defeated various foes that are normally a massive uphill fight for the Wall-Crawler, such as Magneto, the Hulk, and Doctor Doom.
17th Dec '16 3:21:36 PM WillKeaton
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** In the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' engine, [=God Mode=] (which is also the function of the Invulnerability Sphere, except that it tints your screen in silver as well as giving you the [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing God Mode eyes]]) only protects against [[NighInvulnerability 1,000 damage per shot]]. Anything above that and, [[LudicrousGibs well]]...\\
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Without damage hacks, the only source of damage that can possibly do this is telefragging, and monsters usually cannot do this to a player. All bets are off on [[MookMaker the last level]] of ''Doom 2'', however. Additionally, one infamous puzzle near the end of ''[[ExpansionPack TNT: Evilution]]'' has the player navigating a maze of pillars; take a wrong turn and you'll end up telefragging ''yourself''.\\
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The [=ZDoom=] port for the ''Doom'' engine games actually has the "Buddha Mode" cheat from ''Half-Life 2'', mentioned below. Latest builds add in a "god2" and a corresponding "buddha2" cheat code that both prevents the player from dying no matter what, not even from telefrags.

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** In the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' engine, [=God Mode=] (which is also the function of the Invulnerability Sphere, except that it tints your screen in silver as well as giving you the [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing God Mode eyes]]) only protects against [[NighInvulnerability 1,000 damage per shot]]. Anything above that and, [[LudicrousGibs well]]...\\
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**Without
damage hacks, the only source of damage that can possibly do this is telefragging, and monsters usually cannot do this to a player. All bets are off on [[MookMaker the last level]] of ''Doom 2'', however. Additionally, one infamous puzzle near the end of ''[[ExpansionPack TNT: Evilution]]'' has the player navigating a maze of pillars; take a wrong turn and you'll end up telefragging ''yourself''.\\
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''yourself''.
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The [=ZDoom=] port for the ''Doom'' engine games actually has the "Buddha Mode" cheat from ''Half-Life 2'', mentioned below. Latest builds add in a "god2" and a corresponding "buddha2" cheat code that both prevents the player from dying no matter what, not even from telefrags.
17th Dec '16 3:20:45 PM WillKeaton
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The GodModeSue is a type of character named after this trope. Not to be confused with [[http://www.godmodeonline.com the webcomic of the same name]] or [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_Mode the video game of the same name]].

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The GodModeSue is a type of character named after this trope. Not to be confused with [[http://www.godmodeonline.com the webcomic of the same name]] or [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_Mode the video game of the same name]].name.]]
31st Jul '16 9:33:58 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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* For a more general case, there exist memory-editing tools that effectively create a God Mode for any game. Simply isolate the particular variable you're interested in (health, money, etc.), then set it to any value you want or "lock" it so that it can't change. This is more difficult to do on modern operating systems that segregate memory between processes, but it's still possible.
31st Jul '16 6:51:21 AM DavidCowie
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII:'' Clicking R3 on the [=PS4=] port will make your HP, MP and LimitBreak gauges fill up at insane speed. However, this has no effect on instant kill attacks and status effects.
20th Jul '16 5:48:18 AM SpacemanSpoof
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* For a more general case, there exist memory-editing tools that effectively create a God Mode for any game. Simply isolate the particular variable you're interested in (health, money, etc.), then set it to any value you want or "lock" it so that it can't change. This is more difficult to do on modern operating systems that segregate memory between processes, but it's still possible.
17th Mar '16 5:31:17 AM Wuz
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The GodModeSue is a type of character named after this trope. Not to be confused with [[http://www.godmodeonline.com the webcomic of the same name]].

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The GodModeSue is a type of character named after this trope. Not to be confused with [[http://www.godmodeonline.com the webcomic of the same name]] or [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_Mode the video game of the same name]].
12th Jan '16 5:08:08 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Okami}}'' has an item you can obtain at the beginning of the {{New Game Plus}}, assuming you collected all 100 Stray Beads in the previous playthrough, that grants Amaterasu invincibility, infinite ink, and attack power that is increased tenfold when equipped. This can make the {{New Game Plus}} a literal [[{{Pun}} God]] [[DontExplainTheJoke Mode]].

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* ''{{Okami}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' has an item you can obtain at the beginning of the {{New Game Plus}}, assuming you collected all 100 Stray Beads in the previous playthrough, that grants Amaterasu invincibility, infinite ink, and attack power that is increased tenfold when equipped. This can make the {{New Game Plus}} a literal [[{{Pun}} God]] [[DontExplainTheJoke Mode]].



* ''{{RuneScape}}'''s first ever grandmaster ranked quest allows the player to access a literal God Mode after touching the [[spoiler:Stone of Jas,]] an item which is said to have created and/or boosted the power of many of the games current deities.

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* ''{{RuneScape}}'''s ''VideoGame/{{RuneScape}}'''s first ever grandmaster ranked quest allows the player to access a literal God Mode after touching the [[spoiler:Stone of Jas,]] an item which is said to have created and/or boosted the power of many of the games current deities.
9th Oct '15 7:43:56 AM Ganondox
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*"NetHack" has wizard mode, where you name your character wizard. You can wish for items, monsters, ect. , teleport across floors, and even choose if you want to die or not.
14th Jul '15 3:49:23 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries'', some blesses angels can enter Glory State, in which their aura works like HolyHandGrenade, they're {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le and perfectly aware of everything surrounding them, which usually results in angel in question [[CurbStompBattle moping floor with their enemies]]. Thankfully for said enemies, it doesn't happen often.

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* In ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries'', some blesses angels can enter Glory State, in Manifest, which results in their aura works working like HolyHandGrenade, they're HolyHandGrenade and makes them {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le and perfectly aware of everything surrounding them, which usually results in angel in question [[CurbStompBattle moping floor with their enemies]]. Thankfully for said enemies, it doesn't happen often.
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