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24th Aug '16 9:17:16 PM nombretomado
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* In Glen Cook's BlackCompany books, all magic users tend to be hard to kill, but the worst by far is [[spoiler: the Limper]]. For starters he gets stabbed a few hundred times, hacked apart, mutilated, knocked out of the sky, then ''decapitated''. It doesn't stop him. Eventually he is [[spoiler: shredded to tiny pieces and boiled in a giant pressure cooker, and the gooey mass of flesh and gore]] ''still'' breaks out and tries to keep going.

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* In Glen Cook's BlackCompany ''Literature/TheBlackCompany'' books, all magic users tend to be hard to kill, but the worst by far is [[spoiler: the Limper]]. For starters he gets stabbed a few hundred times, hacked apart, mutilated, knocked out of the sky, then ''decapitated''. It doesn't stop him. Eventually he is [[spoiler: shredded to tiny pieces and boiled in a giant pressure cooker, and the gooey mass of flesh and gore]] ''still'' breaks out and tries to keep going.
23rd Aug '16 3:02:53 PM thatmadork
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* Jasper from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. Neither a spaceship crash, nor falling into a crevice, nor being punched past the horizon can keep her from coming after the heroes. She is generally shown to be one of the most durable single gems in the series, [[UltimateLifeform later revealed to be an exceptional specimen even among her homeworld's soldier caste.]] Arguably counts as both this and {{Determinator}}.



* {{StevenUniverse}}'s Jasper. Neither a spaceship crash, nor falling into a crevice, nor being punched past the horizon can keep her from comming after the heroes. She is generally shown to be one of the most durable single gems in the series, [[UltimateLifeform later revealed to be an exceptional specimen even among her homeworld's soldier caste.]] Arguably counts as both this and {{Determinator.}}
16th Aug '16 5:01:44 PM Kendrix
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* {{StevenUniverse}}'s Jasper. Neither a spaceship crash, nor falling into a crevice, nor being punched past the horizon can keep her from comming after the heroes. She is generally shown to be one of the most durable single gems in the series, [[UltimateLifeform later revealed to be an exceptional specimen even among her homeworld's soldier caste.]] Arguably counts as both this and {{Determinator.}}
10th Aug '16 7:17:15 PM Willbyr
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* The Necrolyzed dead in ''{{Gungrave}}'' are invincible and always get back up even when riddled with bullets. Yes even the mooks. Their muscles continue to move even when it should be physically impossible. The series' protagonist is one as well. Brandon 'Beyond the Grave' Heat won't stop until he settles his score with Harry.

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* The Necrolyzed dead in ''{{Gungrave}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Gungrave}}'' are invincible and always get back up even when riddled with bullets. Yes even the mooks. Their muscles continue to move even when it should be physically impossible. The series' protagonist is one as well. Brandon 'Beyond the Grave' Heat won't stop until he settles his score with Harry.
3rd Aug '16 3:12:52 PM harostar
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* Noro, from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''. A strange and silent Ghoul working directly for Aogiri's leader, his HealingFactor is considered abnormal even by other Ghouls. During the battle in the 11th Ward, he's pumped full of hundreds of rounds of ammunition without even reacting, and later is stabbed through the chest and then decapitated. He merely [[PullingThemselvesTogether pulls himself together]] and is only stopped because he's apparently called back by his superiors. Noro seems to have two default settings: "Ignore Completely" and "Reduce to Chunky Salsa". [[spoiler: In the sequel, he's finally put down for good......but only after the Quinx repeatedly blow him to pieces and Shirazu dies helping bring the monster down. It's then revealed that Noro was actually a mummified body kept going by Eto's powers]].

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* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''.
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Noro, from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''. A a strange and silent Ghoul working directly for Aogiri's leader, leader. Even other ghouls consider his HealingFactor is considered to be abnormal even by other Ghouls.and his lack of reaction to damage disturbing. During the battle in the 11th Ward, he's pumped full of hundreds of rounds of ammunition without even reacting, and later is stabbed through the chest and then decapitated. He merely [[PullingThemselvesTogether pulls himself together]] and is only stopped because he's apparently called back by his superiors. Noro seems to have two default settings: "Ignore Completely" and "Reduce to Chunky Salsa". [[spoiler: In the sequel, he's finally put down for good......but only after the Quinx repeatedly blow him to pieces and Shirazu dies helping bring the monster down. It's then revealed that Noro was actually a mummified body kept going by Eto's powers]].
** Kishou Arima, the legendary "undefeated" Ghoul Investigator. Rather than simply shrugging off injury, he seems capable of dodging literally ''anything'' thrown at him and leaves his targets with a literal RunOrDie scenario. Even the strongest of ghouls have no choice but to run as far and as fast as possible to survive an encounter with him. For this reason, ghouls call him {{Shinigami}} and consider him death incarnate.
24th Jul '16 5:45:21 PM nombretomado
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* The King Tiger Tank in ''CompanyOfHeroes''. Its armor is so thick that no Allied tank can penetrate its frontal armor. It has a really powerful gun, multiple machine guns, and max veterancy. The only way to defeat it is to surround it with multiple tanks or to use its natural enemy in real life: bridges. Destroying a bridge with demo charges will oneshot it, just like anything else. There is a reason why calling this into battle is the last ability received on the [[http://www.gamereplays.org/companyofheroes/portals.php?show=page&name=company-of-heroes-terror-doctrine-units-abilities-strategy-tactics-guide&st=3]] terror doctrine commander tree.

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* The King Tiger Tank in ''CompanyOfHeroes''.''VideoGame/CompanyOfHeroes''. Its armor is so thick that no Allied tank can penetrate its frontal armor. It has a really powerful gun, multiple machine guns, and max veterancy. The only way to defeat it is to surround it with multiple tanks or to use its natural enemy in real life: bridges. Destroying a bridge with demo charges will oneshot it, just like anything else. There is a reason why calling this into battle is the last ability received on the [[http://www.gamereplays.org/companyofheroes/portals.php?show=page&name=company-of-heroes-terror-doctrine-units-abilities-strategy-tactics-guide&st=3]] terror doctrine commander tree.
22nd Jul '16 2:38:08 PM Camundongo
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**The Rubric Marines used by the Thousand Sons Legion are also this - thanks to a spell cast on them they are essentially possessed suits of power armour and are nigh invulnerable - you have to literately blow them apart to stop them.
20th Jul '16 5:26:09 AM Morgenthaler
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** [[OurLichesAreDifferent The Lich,]] to everyone. Not only does he have determination, he's got [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy the patience and brains]] to the point of actually invoking ItOnlyWorksOnce.

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** [[OurLichesAreDifferent The Lich,]] to everyone. Not only does he have determination, he's got [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy the patience and brains]] brains to the point of actually invoking ItOnlyWorksOnce.
16th Jul '16 5:15:25 PM nombretomado
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* [[AsurasWrath Asura]], patron saint of UnstoppableRage. He gets killed ''four'' times, and every single time he escapes the underworld, even angrier than before. Hell, the only thing that kills him off for good [[spoiler: is killing Chakravartin, who is basically God!]]

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* [[AsurasWrath [[VideoGame/AsurasWrath Asura]], patron saint of UnstoppableRage. He gets killed ''four'' times, and every single time he escapes the underworld, even angrier than before. Hell, the only thing that kills him off for good [[spoiler: is killing Chakravartin, who is basically God!]]
3rd Jul '16 1:59:30 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'': Auron, a [[TheObiWan veteran Guardian]] and BadassLongcoat [[spoiler: who died years before]]. He didn't like that, so [[spoiler: he ''willed himself'' back into existence]].

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'': Auron, a [[TheObiWan [[TheMentor veteran Guardian]] and BadassLongcoat [[spoiler: who died years before]]. He didn't like that, so [[spoiler: he ''willed himself'' back into existence]].
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