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1st Sep '17 12:10:32 AM Grudgeal
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* Orion in ''VideoGame/AtlasReactor'' has a huge glowing scar on his chest from the experiment that created him. In-game, Orion absorbs all energy he gains from his EmpathicHealing through the scar, and consumes his shards into it when using his [[LimitBreak ultimate]].
16th Jan '17 2:35:10 PM Tacitus
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* The [[TheGreys Sectoids]] in ''VideoGame/{{XCOM Enemy Unknown}}'' and ''VideoGame/XCOM2'' have a glowing organ in their chest or abdomen, while the [[KingMook Sectoid Commanders]] in the first game add GlowingEyesOfDoom and a glowing [[MyBrainIsBig brain]].
16th Nov '16 1:46:01 AM eroock
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''For all the world to see"''
-->'''Neil Diamond''', ''"Heartlight"''

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''For all the world to see"''
-->'''Neil
see."''
-->-- '''Neil
Diamond''', ''"Heartlight"''
30th Oct '16 4:37:47 PM nombretomado
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* Similarly, the Hero Cores in ''Franchise/HeroFactory''.

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* Similarly, the Hero Cores in ''Franchise/HeroFactory''.''Toys/HeroFactory''.
3rd Jul '16 6:08:20 PM nombretomado
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* All the people of the Matoran Universe in ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'' have these, at least [[ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy according to the books and movies.]] They're even ''called'' heartlights.

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* All the people of the Matoran Universe in ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'' ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'' have these, at least [[ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy according to the books and movies.]] They're even ''called'' heartlights.
5th Jan '16 1:45:40 AM lostbirdinatree
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* Franchise/SailorMoon's final form consists of her having wings and a Glowing lotus symbol on her chest.

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* Anime/OnePunchMan has the [[RedBaron Demon Cyborg]] Genos and his power core. It comes in handy when charging attacks.
* Franchise/SailorMoon's final form consists of her having wings and a Glowing glowing lotus symbol on her chest.
4th Jul '15 11:55:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/RaOne'', both (video-game escapee) villain and hero have these. For additional points, the villain's (red-glowing light) is in the center of his chest, while the hero's blue light is off-center, on the left.

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* In ''Film/RaOne'', ''Bollywood/RaOne'', both (video-game escapee) villain and hero have these. For additional points, the villain's (red-glowing light) is in the center of his chest, while the hero's blue light is off-center, on the left.
19th Jun '15 5:57:00 PM Kneekicker
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** There are some exceptions though, because the Showa universe Ultras only receive their color timers if they are enlisted in the Space Garrison. Since he is a scout charter, [[Series/UltraSeven Ultraseven]] doesn't possess a color timer, and neither does his expy, [[Series/UltramanNeos Ultraseven 21]]. In [[Film/MegaMonsterBattleUltraGalaxyLegends the Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends]] movie, civilian Ultras could be seen in the Land of Light without color timers, signifying that they are not part of the Space Garrison.
20th Dec '14 2:41:25 AM IronicMouse
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* The symbol on WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|AndThePlanteers}}'s chest.

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* The symbol on WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|AndThePlanteers}}'s Planet|AndThePlaneteers}}'s chest.
2nd Nov '14 5:49:44 PM Dr.Anonymous1
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As dictated by the RuleOfCool, aliens, robots and magical creatures in fiction have a tendancy to give off light [[BioluminescenceIsCool from various places on their bodies]], including [[GlowingEyes eyes]], [[ThroatLight mouths]], [[VolcanicVeins veins]], and [[TronLines markings]]. This trope is about creatures who have a single light source on their chest, which is usually either centred straight in the middle (as is the case with most robotic examples) or off to one side if it represents their actual heart. If the HeartLight shoots some sort of beam, it's a ChestBlaster.

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As dictated by the RuleOfCool, aliens, robots and magical creatures in fiction have a tendancy tendency to give off light [[BioluminescenceIsCool from various places on their bodies]], including [[GlowingEyes eyes]], [[ThroatLight mouths]], [[VolcanicVeins veins]], and [[TronLines markings]]. This trope is about creatures who have a single light source on their chest, which is usually either centred straight in the middle (as is the case with most robotic examples) or off to one side if it represents their actual heart. If the HeartLight shoots some sort of beam, it's a ChestBlaster.
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