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* ''Literature/MythOMania'': Being a retelling of Greek Myth from Hades' perspective, his helmet of invisibility features prominently.
28th Nov '16 6:30:19 PM nombretomado
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* The ConanTheBarbarian novel ''Conan the Buccaneer'' features the Cobra Crown, which gives magic powers to the wearer.

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* The ConanTheBarbarian Literature/ConanTheBarbarian novel ''Conan the Buccaneer'' features the Cobra Crown, which gives magic powers to the wearer.
20th Nov '16 3:54:55 PM Malady
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* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': There's Hade's helm, which allows him to become obscurity itself, and Annabeth's invisibility cap.

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* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': There's Hade's Hades' helm, which allows him to become obscurity itself, and Annabeth's invisibility cap.


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* ''VideoGame/AVeryLongRopeToTheTopOfTheSky'': There's the various helms, circlets and hats, which boost your stats, but some ones whose FlavorText gives them more power are the Saecelium Circlet, which says that "Time slows around this, giving the wearer more time to think." and the Goddess Helm, which "Contains the wisdom of the universe".
20th Nov '16 3:50:00 PM Malady
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* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': There's Hade's helm, which allows him to become obscurity itself, and Annabeth's invisibility cap.
20th Nov '16 3:45:30 PM Malady
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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': The psychic-amplifying tiara of Princess Arlon.
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31st Oct '16 10:51:58 AM gewunomox
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' had the eponymous character find a hat that gave him amazing luck, which he became so attached too he would refuse to take it off even when getting a haircut. By the end of the episode it flies off to places unknown and everything returns to the StatusQuo.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' had the eponymous character find a hat that gave him amazing luck, which he became so attached too he would refuse to take it off even when getting a haircut. By the end of the episode it flies off to places unknown and everything returns to the StatusQuo.Status Quo.
30th Oct '16 10:04:43 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{GURPS}} Magic Items 2'' features several kinds of magic headgear, but perhaps the best example is the Hat of Magery. It is a silly-looking pointy hat that turns a mundane wearer into a mage, makes those who are already mages even more powerful, and lets the user perform improvised magic. What should make players a bit wary of donning it is that it was made by an infamous mad wizard, who insists he created it as a ''practical joke''.

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* ''{{GURPS}} ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Magic Items 2'' features several kinds of magic headgear, but perhaps the best example is the Hat of Magery. It is a silly-looking pointy hat that turns a mundane wearer into a mage, makes those who are already mages even more powerful, and lets the user perform improvised magic. What should make players a bit wary of donning it is that it was made by an infamous mad wizard, who insists he created it as a ''practical joke''.
7th Aug '16 12:14:29 PM nombretomado
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* The MarvelUniverse has the Serpent Crown, an artifact linked to an EldritchAbomination that gives wearers various powers. It's an {{Expy}} of the Conan artifact (see Literature, below).
* The Mad Hatter from TheDCU. As the name implies, he is a psychotic supervillain with a range of lethal headware. His "normal" hat (if you can call it that) just lets him [[MindControl control people's minds]]; hats for special occasions include exploding hats, gas-emitting hats, hats that let you fly, and hats with hilarious pop-out guns.

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* The MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse has the Serpent Crown, an artifact linked to an EldritchAbomination that gives wearers various powers. It's an {{Expy}} of the Conan artifact (see Literature, below).
* The Mad Hatter from TheDCU.Franchise/TheDCU. As the name implies, he is a psychotic supervillain with a range of lethal headware. His "normal" hat (if you can call it that) just lets him [[MindControl control people's minds]]; hats for special occasions include exploding hats, gas-emitting hats, hats that let you fly, and hats with hilarious pop-out guns.
2nd Aug '16 6:14:42 PM foxley
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* Fictional even in-universe, the Golden Helmet of Membrino. Although it looks like a mere barber's bowl, is said to grant marvelous powers to the wearer. It certainly seems to inspire a capacity for harmony and group singing in nearby swine herders and muleteers in ''Film/TheManOfLaMancha''.

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* Fictional even in-universe, the Golden Helmet of Membrino. Although it looks like a mere barber's bowl, is said to grant marvelous powers to the wearer. It certainly seems to inspire a capacity for harmony and group singing in nearby swine herders and muleteers in ''Film/TheManOfLaMancha''.''Film/ManOfLaMancha''.
2nd Aug '16 6:13:47 PM foxley
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* Fictional even in-universe, the Golden Helmet of Membrino. Although it looks like a mere barber's bowl, is said to grant marvellous powers to the wearer. It certainly seems to inspire a capacity for harmony and group singing in nearby swine herders and muleteers in "The Man of La Mancha".

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* Fictional even in-universe, the Golden Helmet of Membrino. Although it looks like a mere barber's bowl, is said to grant marvellous marvelous powers to the wearer. It certainly seems to inspire a capacity for harmony and group singing in nearby swine herders and muleteers in "The Man of La Mancha".''Film/TheManOfLaMancha''.
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