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27th Jun '16 9:26:46 PM M84
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** While it usually doesn't come up, the ''Rebirth'' storyarc reveals another limitation to the Green Lanterns' rings: focusing your will to create an object through them takes a ''huge'' amount of concentration and willpower. Green Arrow feels like he just ran a marathon after making a simple arrow with a ring. Kyle confirms that this happens every time he uses the ring. It's likely one of the reasons the rings are programmed to seek out badass determinators: they're the only ones who have the mental fortitude to even use the rings in the first place.
19th May '16 4:17:10 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, as a PostHumousCharacter and former SHIELD Agent. His primary job? Act as a counter-measure to freaking ''ComicBook/{{Magneto}}.'' And by all accounts, including Magneto's own, he was very good at it. By the time of the story, the [[RingOfPower ring]] has vanished. [[spoiler: It later reappears in the possession of Doctor Strange, who gives it to a teenage Carol Danvers in chapter 75 and conveniently fails to mention that it's a lot more than just an enchanted ring. He takes it back in chapter 78, remarking that it was only ever a loaner, in large part because Carol is a teenager and the ring doesn't usually take teenage wielders for very good reason. However, he notes that in both his opinion and that of the ring, she was an excellent wielder and a strong future candidate.]]
3rd Mar '16 9:36:15 PM Pastykake
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So you played the SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal! This power, based around their imagination, allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.

Because of the nature of this trope, there will often be some kind of limitation to the power to prevent it from becoming a StoryBreakerPower. For example, the power has a limited power supply, or the power has the inability to affect certain objects. For example, the rings wielded by the [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]] have a limit to how many constructs their rings can make, and they used to have the infamous inability to affect yellow-colored objects (or, in even earlier versions, anything made of wood).

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So you played the SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal! This power, based around their the user's imagination, allows the user to create anything if they (s)he can think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.

Because of the nature of this trope, there will often be some kind of limitation to the power to prevent it from becoming a StoryBreakerPower. For example, the power has a limited power supply, or the power has the inability to affect certain objects. For example, the rings wielded by the [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]] have a limit to how many constructs their rings can make, and they used to have the infamous inability to affect yellow-colored objects (or, in even earlier versions, anything made of wood).
wood). People with the Imagination-Based Superpower are vulnerable to doubt; i.e., [[HoistByHisOwnPetard imagining themselves losing]].
8th Feb '16 6:16:22 PM ANTMuddle
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So you played the SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal! This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.

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So you played the SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal! This power power, based around their imagination, allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.
8th Feb '16 6:15:26 PM ANTMuddle
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So you played the SuperpowerLottery. Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal: a power based around the user's imagination. This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.

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So you played the SuperpowerLottery. SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal: a power based around the user's imagination. medal! This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.
30th Jan '16 5:28:55 PM ANTMuddle
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So you played the SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal: a power based around the user's imagination. This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.

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So you played the SuperpowerLottery? SuperpowerLottery. Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal: a power based around the user's imagination. This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.
30th Jan '16 5:28:00 PM ANTMuddle
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A power based around the user's imagination. This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.

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A So you played the SuperpowerLottery? Well, kid, you just scored the silver medal: a power based around the user's imagination. This power allows the user to create anything if they think of it. It can be anything mundane from table flatware to weapons like rocket launchers and machine guns.
17th Jan '16 4:24:44 AM Siggu
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* Magic in ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' works like this most of the time.
--> '''Valerie''': ''(Upon witnessing Sabrina's magic)'' So you basically think of something, you point with your finger and that something happens?
--> '''Sabrina''': That would be the technical definition.
12th Nov '15 11:57:41 AM Kakai
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* In ''Webcomic/AliceAndTheNightmare'', oneironauts of Spades and Diamonds Suits can alter reality of dream at will - Spades can make the dream look however they want it to, and Diamonds can create material objects.
19th Oct '15 6:40:47 AM comicwriter
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* BlackPanther's ArchNemesis Klaw has the ability to create virtually anything he can imagine out of [[MakeMeWannaShout sound energy]].
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