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4th Feb '16 5:39:37 PM Stormseed
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* Anything with Mega-Damage in ''TabletopGame/{{Rifts}}'' requires military-grade energy weapons or the like to damage.
2nd Feb '16 2:06:32 PM Somdudewillson
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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' has the Medic's Ubercharge, which grants immunity to bullets for eight-seconds to whoever he's healing at the moment.
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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' has the Medic's Ubercharge, which grants immunity total invulnerability to bullets everything except a select few environmental hazards for eight-seconds eight seconds to whoever he's healing at the moment.
2nd Feb '16 1:12:49 PM Underachiever
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* In the ''AtomicRobo'' RPG, "bulletproof" is an explicit benefit that "mega-stunts" (more powerful than stunts allowed to mere mortals at the cost of giving the {{game master}} more fate points to use to mess with the {{player character}}s) can provide; it also renders the character proof against less powerful attacks that aren't literally bullets, although it comes with a mandatory cost or weakness. For example, as in the comics, Robo's own "Just Guns?" mega-stunt makes him bulletproof -- and provides him with an armor rating against heavier weapons, too -- but leaves him vulnerable to strong electromagnetism.
23rd Jan '16 2:40:08 PM Eru-Chan42
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5th Jan '16 11:41:26 AM Anddrix
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* Ben Grimm from ''ComicBook/UltimateFantasticFour'' as he finds out in a trial by fire. Literally; he tried to ''blow his own brains out'' off-screen, and it didn't work.
14th Dec '15 7:28:25 PM DarkSoldier
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* The first ''VideoGame/SyphonFilter'' has Girdeux and Rhoemer. The former is justified by having full body armor(except for his flamethrower tank), but the latter has [[StoryDrivenInvulnerability no visible armor]]. The second game has the fully-armored Emergency Defense Squad soldiers who can only be killed by explosions, and Chance, the FinalBoss, who has advanced explosion-resistant armor and must be defeated via HelicopterBlender. In the third game, Rhoemer returns in a flashback with the same advanced armor as Chance. * There is a high-level upgrade available to [[PlayerCharacter the Boss]] in ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' that gives you just this, along with immunity to falling, vehicle hits, fire, and explosives. The only things that can harm the Boss without any upgrades available for such actions is melee attacks and [[EveryCarIsAPinto when you're in an exploding vehicle]].
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* The first ''VideoGame/SyphonFilter'' has Girdeux and Rhoemer. The former is justified by having full body armor(except armor (except for his flamethrower tank), but the latter has [[StoryDrivenInvulnerability no visible armor]]. The second game has the fully-armored Emergency Defense Squad soldiers who can only be killed by explosions, and Chance, the FinalBoss, who has advanced explosion-resistant armor and must be defeated via HelicopterBlender. In the third game, Rhoemer returns in a flashback with the same advanced armor as Chance. * There is a high-level upgrade The defensive upgrades available to [[PlayerCharacter the Boss]] in ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' that gives gradually make you just this, along with immunity more resistant to bullets, falling, vehicle hits, fire, and explosives. explosions, with the final upgrade in each list granting complete immunity. The only things damage types that can harm the Boss without any don't have defensive upgrades available for such actions is are melee attacks and [[EveryCarIsAPinto when you're in an exploding vehicle]].vehicles you're driving.
14th Nov '15 1:17:26 AM Arivne
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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1936 SCP-1936 ("Daleport")]]. One of the Daleport creatures is a sheet of mobile skin in the shape of a fractal. A number of Foundation personnel and robots armed with firearms opened fire on it with little or no effect.
4th Nov '15 10:03:43 AM Berrenta
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Sinkholes
Immune to Bullets is when a character cannot be killed with conventional ammunition, whatever "conventional" happens to mean for the show in question. Frequently, the script requires the [[LemmingCops police]] / [[RedShirtArmy army]] /whatever to demonstrate this with FiveRoundsRapid. This is [[CaptainObvious especially bad news]] when it's the MonsterOfTheWeek who is immune, as opposed to our [[TheHero friendly protagonist]].
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Immune to Bullets is when a character cannot be killed with conventional ammunition, whatever "conventional" happens to mean for the show in question. Frequently, the script requires the [[LemmingCops police]] / [[RedShirtArmy army]] /whatever to demonstrate this with FiveRoundsRapid. This is [[CaptainObvious especially bad news]] news when it's the MonsterOfTheWeek who is immune, as opposed to our [[TheHero friendly protagonist]].

* The eponymous Boxers of the Boxer Rebellion thought they were immune to bullets due to practicing a form of "Iron Shirt" qigong that is supposed to harden the body against most forms of physical attack. [[CaptainObvious They were not.]]
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* The eponymous Boxers of the Boxer Rebellion thought they were immune to bullets due to practicing a form of "Iron Shirt" qigong that is supposed to harden the body against most forms of physical attack. [[CaptainObvious They were not.]]
24th Oct '15 9:43:51 PM ultimomant
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** The rhedosaurus in ''Film/TheBeastFrom20000Fathoms'' is a notable variation. It was quite vulnerable to conventional weapons, but [[spoiler:its blood carried a disease that would surely kill us all,]] which meant that bullets and their like were right out. ** ''Film/GameraGuardianOfTheUniverse'' has a rather odd use of this. The young Gyos are implied to be unaffected by bullets (in an early scene, a guard unloads an entire clip at an off-screen Gyos and still winds up eaten) but they are shown to be vulnerable to tranquilizer darts. One Gyos even dies after getting overdosed with tranquilizers. (How ironic: the only time the humans successfully kill a monster in this film, it's because they're trying to capture it alive.)
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** The rhedosaurus in ''Film/TheBeastFrom20000Fathoms'' ''Film/TheBeastFromTwentyThousandFathoms'' is a notable variation. It was quite vulnerable to conventional weapons, but [[spoiler:its blood carried a disease that would surely kill us all,]] which meant that bullets and their like were right out. ** ''Film/GameraGuardianOfTheUniverse'' has a rather odd use of this. The young Gyos Gyaos are implied to be unaffected by bullets (in an early scene, a guard unloads an entire clip at an off-screen Gyos Gyaos and still winds up eaten) but they are shown to be vulnerable to tranquilizer darts. One Gyos Gyaos even dies after getting overdosed with tranquilizers. (How ironic: the only time the humans successfully kill a monster in this film, it's because they're trying to capture it alive.)
11th Oct '15 5:16:09 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]]

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1678 SCP-1678 ("UnLondon")]]. SCP-1678-A ("Bobbies") are dismembered and crudely re-assembled human corpses. They are immune to standard firearms but can be affected by large-caliber bullets.
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