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13th May '18 7:40:02 AM Dark_Lord_
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* In ''VideoGame/StarCraft'', the Zerg have the advantage that when they're fighting on creep (the stuff their buildings grow on) their units heal faster.

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* In ''VideoGame/StarCraft'', the Zerg have the advantage that when they're fighting on creep (the stuff their buildings grow on) their units heal faster. In ''Videogame/StarcraftII'', Zerg Units also receive a speed boost when walking on creep.
* Likewise, the Undead race in ''Videogame/WarcraftIII'' receives a health regeneration boost when standing on blighted ground, which is generated by their buildings. In fact, undead units can only regenerate health passively on blighted ground, but do so faster compared to the races.
6th May '18 12:09:26 AM cyber_darlek
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' in the episode "Syren" the titular mermaid villain floods Paris. The underwater environment causes issues for Ladybug and Chat Noir who can't breathe underwater. This is remedied by special potions which grant them aquatic abilities.
5th Mar '18 9:30:26 PM nombretomado
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* This is the basis of [[TheThirtySixStratagems the 15th Stratagem]]: that at least one enemy and one ally will derive their strength from their position. While still useful to attempt to "lure the tiger from the mountain," it's also wise to protect the mountain on which your own tiger rests. If the enemy manages to make it there, your ally will not have to travel far to complete the kill.

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* This is the basis of [[TheThirtySixStratagems [[UsefulNotes/TheThirtySixStratagems the 15th Stratagem]]: that at least one enemy and one ally will derive their strength from their position. While still useful to attempt to "lure the tiger from the mountain," it's also wise to protect the mountain on which your own tiger rests. If the enemy manages to make it there, your ally will not have to travel far to complete the kill.
20th Feb '18 10:49:31 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In the ''Literature/IronDruidChronicles'' druids are very GenreSavvy about this. Atticus has some very powerful enemies looking for him so he spent at least a century setting up his defenses. He befriended all the local nature spirits, allied himself with the local vampire lord and the local werewolf pack and put multiple layers of magical and mundane protections on his home and workplace. His ultimate home field advantage comes from an arrangement he has with Morrigan, one of his pantheon's Death Gods. As long as any battle he is in takes place under the jurisdiction of that god, Atticus cannot die in it. Unfortunately his enemy is just as GenreSavvy and goes to extraordinary lengths to nullify all those advantages including making sure that the final battle happens where Morrigan has no jurisdiction and cannot interfere.

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* In the ''Literature/IronDruidChronicles'' druids are very GenreSavvy wise about this. Atticus has some very powerful enemies looking for him so he spent at least a century setting up his defenses. He befriended all the local nature spirits, allied himself with the local vampire lord and the local werewolf pack and put multiple layers of magical and mundane protections on his home and workplace. His ultimate home field advantage comes from an arrangement he has with Morrigan, one of his pantheon's Death Gods. As long as any battle he is in takes place under the jurisdiction of that god, Atticus cannot die in it. Unfortunately his enemy is just as GenreSavvy and goes to extraordinary lengths to nullify all those advantages including making sure that the final battle happens where Morrigan has no jurisdiction and cannot interfere.



* The ninth season finale of ''Series/{{Bones}}'' has this in spades. [[spoiler:Having made some very powerful and very bad people very desperate, Booth and his team are targeted. Booth spends ~30 minutes preparing an ambush in his and Bones's home against three Delta Force operatives sent to murder him, while Angela takes advantage of some GenreSavvy to defend the Jeffersonian against a hacking attempt.]]

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* The ninth season finale of ''Series/{{Bones}}'' has this in spades. [[spoiler:Having made some very powerful and very bad people very desperate, Booth and his team are targeted. Booth spends ~30 minutes preparing an ambush in his and Bones's home against three Delta Force operatives sent to murder him, while Angela takes advantage of some GenreSavvy to defend defends the Jeffersonian against a hacking attempt.]]
20th Feb '18 5:22:08 AM StFan
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* ''FanFic/AlongCameASpider'' has Clans fighting their way into the Federated Commonwealth only to find worlds that have been fortified for decades in anticipation of bleeding them dry.
* ''FanFic/DungeonKeeperAmi'' plays this straight. All Keepers have significant advantages in their own domain. [[MundaneMadeAwesome Including, but not limited to:]] [[DeathTrap many complex traps]], [[GeniusLoci the corruption effect of the Dungeon Hearts]], [[DomainHolder and the ability to cast magic anywhere, instantly.]] In addition, they basically [[MagicalSecurityCam see and know everything that happens]] in their own dungeon and can even press the wills of mindless animals into their service, within their zone of influence.

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* ''FanFic/AlongCameASpider'' ''Fanfic/AlongCameASpider'' has Clans fighting their way into the Federated Commonwealth only to find worlds that have been fortified for decades in anticipation of bleeding them dry.
* ''FanFic/DungeonKeeperAmi'' ''Fanfic/DungeonKeeperAmi'' plays this straight. All Keepers have significant advantages in their own domain. [[MundaneMadeAwesome Including, but not limited to:]] [[DeathTrap many complex traps]], [[GeniusLoci the corruption effect of the Dungeon Hearts]], [[DomainHolder and the ability to cast magic anywhere, instantly.]] In addition, they basically [[MagicalSecurityCam see and know everything that happens]] in their own dungeon and can even press the wills of mindless animals into their service, within their zone of influence.



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* The ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' series has at least two enchanted ships that give this. Davy Jones from ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'' and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'' can move through the Flying Dutchman at will, while Blackbeard from ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'' [[spoiler: or rather, whoever has his sword can manipulate the Queen Anne's Revenge and, if Barbossa's exposition is to be believed, any other ships they encounter, at will]].

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* The ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' series has at least two enchanted ships that give this. Davy Jones from ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'' and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'' can move through the Flying Dutchman at will, while Blackbeard from ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'' [[spoiler: or rather, whoever has his sword can manipulate the Queen Anne's Revenge and, if Barbossa's exposition is to be believed, any other ships they encounter, at will]].
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* O'ren certainly has the advantage in ''Film/KillBill''. Part of that advantage is her personal army and right hand TheDragon.

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* The ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' series has at least two enchanted ships that give this. Davy Jones from ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest Dead Man's Chest]]'' and ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]]'' can move through the Flying Dutchman at will, while Blackbeard from ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides On Stranger Tides]]'' [[spoiler:or rather, whoever has his sword can manipulate the Queen Anne's Revenge and, if Barbossa's exposition is to be believed, any other ships they encounter, at will]].
* O'ren certainly has the advantage in ''Film/KillBill''. Part of that advantage is her personal army and right hand right-hand TheDragon.



-->'''Trainman''': You don't get it. I built this place. Down here I make the rules. Down here I make the threats. Down here, I'm God.

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-->'''Trainman''': -->'''Trainman:''' You don't get it. I built this place. Down here I make the rules. Down here I make the threats. Down here, I'm God.



* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'': The film's finale takes place in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, being a native New Yorker, (even if [[FishOutOfTemporalWater 70 years]] out of his native ''time''), is able to quickly formulate battle plans and issue orders as the battle develops.

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''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'': The film's finale takes place in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity. ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, being a native New Yorker, (even if [[FishOutOfTemporalWater 70 years]] out of his native ''time''), is able to quickly formulate battle plans and issue orders as the battle develops.develops.
** In ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', Hela's power increases the longer she stays in Asgard. Note that even on Earth, she's already strong enough to lift Thor's hammer despite being unworthy and then crush it like it is made of glass. On Asgard, she's pretty much unstoppable. [[spoiler:Thor realizes fighting her is futile, and [[GodzillaThreshold resorts to calling upon Surtur to unleash Ragnarok]], which destroys Asgard and takes Hela with it.]]



* In ''Film/ThorRagnarok'', Hela's power increases the longer she stays in Asgard. Note that even on Earth, she's already strong enough to lift Thor's hammer despite being unworthy and then crush it like it was made of glass. On Asgard, she's pretty much unstoppable. [[spoiler:Thor realizes fighting her is futile, and [[GodzillaThreshold resorts to calling upon Surtur to unleash Ragnarok]], which destroys Asgard and takes Hela with it.]]



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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' novels, every human home has a threshold. Entering it without permission from the home's owner is difficult for supernatural entities. It also makes mortal wizards leave a chunk of their power at the door. The more "lived in" the home, the larger the home field advantage. However, keeping a business in the house, where people are constantly invited in, degrades the power. For this reason, while Harry's threshold was weak, he didn't keep his business there for fear of destroying what he had all together. Also [[spoiler:some supernaturals, like TheFairFolk, can bypass the threshold so long as they abide by SacredHospitality and not cause the house to be worse off than when they arrived]].

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In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' the novels, every human home has a threshold. Entering it without permission from the home's owner is difficult for supernatural entities. It also makes mortal wizards leave a chunk of their power at the door. The more "lived in" the home, the larger the home field advantage. However, keeping a business in the house, where people are constantly invited in, degrades the power. For this reason, while Harry's threshold was weak, he didn't keep his business there for fear of destroying what he had all together. Also [[spoiler:some supernaturals, like TheFairFolk, can bypass the threshold so long as they abide by SacredHospitality and not cause the house to be worse off than when they arrived]].



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** In the first season episode ''Wanted Man'', Michael takes advantage of knowing Fiona's home better than an intruder, and waits for him to trip over something Michael tripped over [[ChekhovsGun earlier]].
** In the first season episode ''Hard Bargain'', Michael takes advantage of the fact that a meeting is in his loft, and so when it goes bad, is able to get his hands on a weapon.

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** In the first season first-season episode ''Wanted Man'', "Wanted Man", Michael takes advantage of knowing Fiona's home better than an intruder, and waits for him to trip over something Michael tripped over [[ChekhovsGun earlier]].
** In the first season episode ''Hard Bargain'', "Hard Bargain", Michael takes advantage of the fact that a meeting is in his loft, and so when it goes bad, is able to get his hands on a weapon.



* The Japanese automotive video magazine Series/{{Best Motoring}} is known for favoring JDM cars like the Skyline GT-R and Honda NSX over European or American cars. Drivers will routinely shift-miss in circuit battles or not push very hard, to allow the Japanese cars to win. This is also evident in its SpiritualSuccessor, Best Motor TV.

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* The Japanese automotive video magazine Series/{{Best Motoring}} ''Series/BestMotoring'' is known for favoring JDM cars like the Skyline GT-R and Honda NSX over European or American cars. Drivers will routinely shift-miss in circuit battles or not push very hard, to allow the Japanese cars to win. This is also evident in its SpiritualSuccessor, Best Motor TV.



* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' initially gives the Grounders the home field advantage, since they've been hunting and fighting in the woods their entire lives, while the 100 have never been outside of the Ark space station before. This gets flipped around during the BigBadassBattleSequence at the end of the first season, as the 100 have had time to build up their camp's defenses. When the Grounders attack it, they're met with barricades, landmines, and [[spoiler:flaming exhaust from the dropship]].

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* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' ''Series/The100'' initially gives the Grounders the home field advantage, since they've been hunting and fighting in the woods their entire lives, while the 100 have never been outside of the Ark space station before. This gets flipped around during the BigBadassBattleSequence at the end of the first season, as the 100 have had time to build up their camp's defenses. When the Grounders attack it, they're met with barricades, landmines, and [[spoiler:flaming exhaust from the dropship]].



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* Alcyoneus (a character from Greek mythology who also appears in [[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus The Son of Neptune]]) has the ultimate home field advantage - he's immortal while in his homeland. His enemy being Herakles with advice from Athena, he gets shot with a poisonous arrow that makes him ''wish'' he could die and then he's dragged out of the border while he's writhing in pain.

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* Alcyoneus (a character from Greek mythology who also appears in [[Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus The Son of Neptune]]) has the ultimate home field advantage - -- he's immortal while in his homeland. His enemy being Herakles with advice from Athena, he gets shot with a poisonous arrow that makes him ''wish'' he could die and then he's dragged out of the border while he's writhing in pain.



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** In the ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' setting Darklords are extremely powerful and almost undefeatable inside their own domain. In the ''TabletopGame/MasqueOfTheRedDeath'' campaign expansion this applies to the powerful minions of the Red Death when they're in their lairs.

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** In the ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' setting setting, Darklords are extremely powerful and almost undefeatable inside their own domain. In the ''TabletopGame/MasqueOfTheRedDeath'' campaign expansion this applies to the powerful minions of the Red Death when they're in their lairs.



* Most characters in the ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' can buy some form of "Safehouse" merit. Upgrading the Security rating of the Safehouse penalizes attempts to break in. Most supernatural characters also have abilities that can make attacking a safehouse very difficult, such as [[TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken Werewolf]] warding Rituals, [[TabletopGame/GeistTheSinEaters Sin-Eater]] Boneyard Manifestations (which overlap with FieldPowerEffect), or various [[TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening Mage]] tricks (Wards, Bans, spatial distortions, spirit or ghost guardians, Life-altered guard animals, {{Golems}}, contingency-triggered spells, [[LongList etc]]).

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Most characters in the ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' ''TabletopGame/ChroniclesOfDarkness'' can buy some form of "Safehouse" merit. Upgrading the Security rating of the Safehouse penalizes attempts to break in. Most supernatural characters also have abilities that can make attacking a safehouse very difficult, such as [[TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken Werewolf]] warding Rituals, [[TabletopGame/GeistTheSinEaters Sin-Eater]] Boneyard Manifestations (which overlap with FieldPowerEffect), or various [[TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening Mage]] tricks (Wards, Bans, spatial distortions, spirit or ghost guardians, Life-altered guard animals, {{Golems}}, contingency-triggered spells, [[LongList etc]]).



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* Earthbenders in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' have an advantage when they have access to, well, earth, and the Fire Nation exploited this by creating a prison of an offshore rig made of metal which they could not bend. Waterbenders also have an advantage at their homes at the polar ice caps and the swamp where there is an abundance of ice, snow, and water to draw from. The Fire Nation formed prisons where there was limited access to water and the air was kept dry to help combat this. Airbenders, of course, can bend anywhere there is air, which is part of the reason that the Fire Nation started the war by committing a surprise genocide against them.
** Firebenders are more powerful in daylight, when they have the heat of the sun to draw upon, whereas waterbenders are more powerful at night, due to the influence the moon has on the tides- and even moreso during the full moon. Zhao tried to combat this by killing the Moon Spirit's physical incarnation, essentially killing the moon.
** Firebenders also get more power in temperate regions, since they use their own heat to create their fire. Firebending political dissidents against the Fire Nation find themselves in a giant icebox.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
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Earthbenders in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' have an advantage when they have access to, well, earth, and the Fire Nation exploited this by creating a prison of an offshore rig made of metal which they could not bend. bend.
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Waterbenders also have an advantage at their homes at the polar ice caps and the swamp where there is an abundance of ice, snow, and water to draw from. The Fire Nation formed prisons where there was limited access to water and the air was kept dry to help combat this. Airbenders, of course, can bend anywhere there is air, which is part of the reason that the Fire Nation started the war by committing a surprise genocide against them.
** Firebenders
Waterbenders are more powerful in daylight, when they have the heat of the sun to draw upon, whereas waterbenders are alos more powerful at night, due to the influence the moon has on the tides- tides -- and even moreso during the full moon. Zhao tried to combat this by killing the Moon Spirit's physical incarnation, essentially killing the moon.
** Airbenders, of course, can bend anywhere there is air, which is part of the reason that the Fire Nation started the war by committing a surprise genocide against them.
** Firebenders are more powerful in daylight, when they have the heat of the sun to draw upon.
Firebenders also get more power in temperate regions, since they use their own heat to create their fire. Firebending political dissidents against the Fire Nation find themselves in a giant icebox.



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* There are home field disadvantages. If one's own army is invading then the other side's peasants will be the victims of {{Plunder}} whereas your own will be safe to provide revenue. Furthermore one's own [[PuppetState Puppet States]] will have no support if they choose to defect whereas the enemy ruler while being invaded will have to deal with this. These were many times in the past a strong consideration before the days of nationalism made the general population identify enough with their government to have a high probability of taking sides with the home team instead of just getting out of the way.
* In [[AncientGreece Hoplite]] battles there was a considerable home field advantage simply because a Greek soldier's gear was heavy. Also for a long time most cities were defended only by [[HomeGuard militia]] who had to get back to their crops and had a limited interest in politics to say the least.

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* There are home field disadvantages. If one's own army is invading then the other side's peasants will be the victims of {{Plunder}} whereas your own will be safe to provide revenue. Furthermore one's own [[PuppetState Puppet States]] {{Puppet State}}s will have no support if they choose to defect whereas the enemy ruler while being invaded will have to deal with this. These were many times in the past a strong consideration before the days of nationalism made the general population identify enough with their government to have a high probability of taking sides with the home team instead of just getting out of the way.
* In [[AncientGreece Hoplite]] battles there was a considerable home field advantage simply because a Greek soldier's gear was heavy. Also Also, for a long time most cities were defended only by [[HomeGuard militia]] who had to get back to their crops and had a limited interest in politics to say the least.



* Happened twice in Russia, during Napoleon's invasion and UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. The Russians choose to dig in, hoping to grind their opponents in a slow war of attrition. The invaders were forced to keep moving with their supply lines stretched thin and had to survive the Russian winter, which slowed them down and killed some of their forces, while the Russians were able to regroup and rearm themselves for a counterattack. The only time this didn't work is when the Mongols invaded Russia when it was still a collection of squabbling princedoms.
* Averted for Egypt during the Six day war, despite being heavily backed by the USSR the Egyptians preformed poorly in fighting the Israelis in the Sinai desert, and were driven all the way back to the Suez Canal.

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* Happened twice thrice in Russia, during Sweden's invasion, Napoleon's invasion and UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. The Russians choose to dig in, hoping to grind their opponents in a slow war of attrition. The invaders were forced to keep moving with their supply lines stretched thin and had to survive the Russian winter, which slowed them down and killed some of their forces, while the Russians were able to regroup and rearm themselves for a counterattack. The only time this didn't work is when the Mongols invaded Russia when it was still a collection of squabbling princedoms.
* Averted for Egypt during the Six day war, despite Day War. Despite being heavily backed by the USSR USSR, the Egyptians preformed performed poorly in fighting the Israelis in the Sinai desert, and were driven all the way back to the Suez Canal.
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** Firebenders also get more power in temperate regions, since they use their own heat to create their fire. Firebending political dissidents against the Fire Nation find themselves in a giant icebox.
1st Feb '18 9:13:14 AM thatother1dude
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* ''Inverted'' in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' with Lapis Lazuli, who has [[MakingASplash hydrokinesis]]. A projection of the Homeworld's intended terraforming of Earth and Peridot not even knowing what rain ''is'' implies the Gem Homeworld has little to no water. As a result, Lapis is considered weak by the Homeworld (or at least Jasper), but on Earth (which is primarily COVERED in water), her powers make her near god-like.

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* ''Inverted'' in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' with Lapis Lazuli, who has [[MakingASplash hydrokinesis]]. A projection of the Homeworld's intended terraforming of Earth and Peridot not even knowing what rain ''is'' implies the Gem Homeworld has little to no water. As a result, Lapis is considered weak by the Homeworld (or at least Jasper), but on Earth (which is primarily COVERED in water), her powers [[LikeADuckTakesToWater make her her]] [[PersonOfMassDestruction near god-like.god-like]].
26th Jan '18 11:33:30 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* In military thriller ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'', the rebels make skillful use of this in the military sense in their struggles with federal law enforcement agents and military forces, taking full advantage of such factors as knowledge of terrain, sympathetic locals and overextended enemy logistics.
24th Nov '17 9:31:27 AM nombretomado
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* When the bad guys come calling in ''ConspiracyTheory'', Jerry's prepared. Not only does he have numerous warning systems, he also spent a great deal of time turning his home into an instant firetrap, allowing him to escape, but which was set up in such a way that it didn't spread to [[HeroInsurance other apartments.]]

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* When the bad guys come calling in ''ConspiracyTheory'', ''Film/ConspiracyTheory'', Jerry's prepared. Not only does he have numerous warning systems, he also spent a great deal of time turning his home into an instant firetrap, allowing him to escape, but which was set up in such a way that it didn't spread to [[HeroInsurance other apartments.]]
14th Nov '17 6:49:40 AM Godzillawolf
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** Princess Luna's homefield is the Dream World and she's ''much'' stronger there, and she's already pretty dang strong. [[spoiler:She's so strong there that she can even give ''Grand King Ghidorah'' trouble there, and even drive him out with Celestia's aid.]]
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