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16th Mar '18 9:40:41 PM SomberLeopard
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* Vice Versa, Cerebella's [[NiceHat hat]], [[EmpathicWeapon pet]], and [[WeaponOfChoice weapon of choice]] in ''VideoGame/Skullgirls''. Vice Versa is a big, orange beanie with two muscular arms coming from the sides that Cerebella uses to grapple, crush, and bludgeon on command. Vice Versa's arms are strong to the point where they are able to lift up an elephant with one hand, or crush rocks into diamonds using both.

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* Vice Versa, Cerebella's [[NiceHat hat]], [[EmpathicWeapon pet]], and [[WeaponOfChoice weapon of choice]] in ''VideoGame/Skullgirls''.[[VideoGame/Skullgirls Skullgirls]]. Vice Versa is a big, orange beanie with two muscular arms coming from the sides that Cerebella uses to grapple, crush, and bludgeon on command. Vice Versa's arms are strong to the point where they are able to lift up an elephant with one hand, or crush rocks into diamonds using both.
16th Mar '18 9:39:42 PM SomberLeopard
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* Vice Versa, Cerebella's [[NiceHat hat]], [[EmpathicWeapon pet]], and [[WeaponOfChoice weapon of choice]] in ''VideoGame/SkullGirls''. Vice Versa is a big, orange beanie with two muscular arms coming from the sides that Cerebella uses to grapple, crush, and bludgeon on command. Vice Versa's arms are strong to the point where they are able to lift up an elephant with one hand, or crush rocks into diamonds using both.

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* Vice Versa, Cerebella's [[NiceHat hat]], [[EmpathicWeapon pet]], and [[WeaponOfChoice weapon of choice]] in ''VideoGame/SkullGirls''.''VideoGame/Skullgirls''. Vice Versa is a big, orange beanie with two muscular arms coming from the sides that Cerebella uses to grapple, crush, and bludgeon on command. Vice Versa's arms are strong to the point where they are able to lift up an elephant with one hand, or crush rocks into diamonds using both.
12th Mar '18 6:20:45 PM foxley
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* In the ''Literature/WildCarda'' novels, minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.

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* In the ''Literature/WildCarda'' ''Literature/WildCards'' novels, minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.
12th Mar '18 6:20:14 PM foxley
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* In the ''Literature/WildCard'' novels, minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.

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* In the ''Literature/WildCard'' ''Literature/WildCarda'' novels, minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.
12th Mar '18 6:19:07 PM foxley
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* In the ''Literature/WildCardNoels'', minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.

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* In the ''Literature/WildCardNoels'', ''Literature/WildCard'' novels, minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.
12th Mar '18 6:18:28 PM foxley
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* In the ''Literature/WildCardNoels'', minor character Topper is an FBI agent with the ace power to pull anything out of her top hat that can fit through it. As with many ace powers, it is implied that need for the hat is a psychological limit she has imposed on herself (her power first manifested while doing a magic act in a high school talent show), but is so deeply ingrained that the power will not work without the hat.
24th Feb '18 11:56:41 AM maslego
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* Barone Nero's hat in ''Series/ResshaSentaiTokkyuger'' can be thrown like a boomerang and shoots a beam.

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* Barone Nero's hat in ''Series/ResshaSentaiTokkyuger'' ''Series/ResshaSentaiToqger'' can be thrown like a boomerang and shoots a beam.
13th Jan '18 4:50:15 PM nombretomado
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* In ''KidChameleon'', various helmet/mask powerups enable the protagonist to transform into different forms with different powers.
* ''Videogame/{{Clonk}}'': In the ''VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncients''-like scenario "Keepers", the Hunting Hat boosts your agility.

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* In ''KidChameleon'', ''VideoGame/KidChameleon'', various helmet/mask powerups enable the protagonist to transform into different forms with different powers.
* ''Videogame/{{Clonk}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Clonk}}'': In the ''VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncients''-like scenario "Keepers", the Hunting Hat boosts your agility.
9th Dec '17 12:35:16 PM Chabal2
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** It was last seen gracing the sloping brow of the orc warlord Azhag the Slaughterer. The crown occasionally helped by applying actual strategy to the Waaagh, but orcs are extremely tough mentally as well as physically, so Azhag often ends up yelling at himself.
7th Dec '17 5:46:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''Videogame/{{Clonk}}'': In the ''DefenseOfTheAncients''-like scenario "Keepers", the Hunting Hat boosts your agility.

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* ''Videogame/{{Clonk}}'': In the ''DefenseOfTheAncients''-like ''VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncients''-like scenario "Keepers", the Hunting Hat boosts your agility.
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