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11th Jan '17 2:36:03 AM Freezer
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* Minor character Gypsy from ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' can phase through solid objects. This is drastically different from her comic counterpart, who could turn invisible and cast illusions.
9th Jan '17 1:57:28 PM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/CrushCrush'': As a hologram, Alpha's intangible, and makes a lot of comments about it, such as in this Friendzoned Chat:
--> ''Alpha'': So... What does a solid person do for fun? I'm a hologram, so I can't hit a volleyball or eat a falafel.


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** There is the Wraith, who has the power to make things intangible, as said [[http://whateleyacademy.net/index.php/content-menu/stories/250-even-murphy-s-law-has-loopholes-chapter-6 here]]:
--> How are we going to get those twenty foot sections through a door that’s only six feet wide?”
--> “We’ll get Wraith to make them intangible and just bring them in through the wall,” he snapped.
--> “You trust Wraith to not mess this up?”
9th Jan '17 10:08:05 AM Malady
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** ''Fanfic/{{Quizzical}}'': Sweetie Belle's "I Want To Walk Through This Wall" spell makes patches of walls intangible, and if something is inside the intangible portion when the spell is ended, it is cut, as see when Bon Bon "[[https://www.fimfiction.net/story/72475/8/thweet-geniuth/disaster lost the tip of her tail]]".
8th Jan '17 5:20:25 PM nombretomado
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* Marvel Comics' TheVision was a flying android who could shift his molecular density, from intangible to denser-than-diamond. He made frequent use of this power to reach into other beings and dodge attacks.

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* Marvel Comics' TheVision ComicBook/TheVision was a flying android who could shift his molecular density, from intangible to denser-than-diamond. He made frequent use of this power to reach into other beings and dodge attacks.
29th Dec '16 1:05:18 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Also, while intangibility in general is a fairly uncommon power in this setting, Phase's specific form of the power is especially rare. Only one other mutant is known to the same variant: Tinsnip, one of the deadliest assassins in the world.

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** Also, while While intangibility in general is a fairly uncommon power in this setting, Phase's specific Phase has a form of that is particularly rare: the power is especially rare. Only only one other mutant is known to the same variant: variant is Tinsnip, one of the deadliest assassins in the world.world. This has not helped Ayla's [[InternalizedCategorism self-loathing at being a mutant]] or [[AfraidOfTheirOwnStrength fear of becoming a danger to others]] at all.
29th Dec '16 1:02:21 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Also, while intangibility is a fairly common power (as a variation on RealityWarping), Phase's specific form of the power is quite rare. Only one other mutant is known to the same variant: Tinsnip, one of the deadliest assassins in the world.

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** Also, while intangibility in general is a fairly common uncommon power (as a variation on RealityWarping), in this setting, Phase's specific form of the power is quite especially rare. Only one other mutant is known to the same variant: Tinsnip, one of the deadliest assassins in the world.
29th Dec '16 1:00:59 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Phase's power is also quite rare. Only one other mutant has the same powerset: Tinsnip, one of the deadliest assassins in the world.

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** Also, while intangibility is a fairly common power (as a variation on RealityWarping), Phase's specific form of the power is also is quite rare. Only one other mutant has is known to the same powerset: variant: Tinsnip, one of the deadliest assassins in the world.
24th Dec '16 9:11:36 AM Tron80
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} a classic story]]'', the titular heroine faces down a mutant super-villain who has multiple powers. The ability to become intangible is one of them.
12th Dec '16 9:43:48 PM PaulA
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* Relg the Ulgo in DavidEddings' ''{{Belgariad}}'' has this as a special ability, and he uses this to rescue Silk (to the [[{{Claustrophobia}} claustrophobe's]] horror). Any sorcerer also has this as a potential ability, and Belgarath uses this to finish his duel with [[spoiler:Zedar the Apostate]]: phasing them both into solid rock, going deep underground, then letting him go, stuck there while he returned. He specifically noted this to be a FateWorseThanDeath for the following reasons: (1) The victim was himself a sorcerer (thus gifted with eternal life) so couldn't die of natural causes, (2) No other sorcerer could match the particular signature of Belgarath's sorcery so couldn't match the spell to pull him out, and (3) Belgarath himself did this to make him pay for several millennia of evil so felt no inclination to undo it himself.

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* Relg the Ulgo in DavidEddings' ''{{Belgariad}}'' Creator/DavidEddings' ''Literature/TheBelgariad'' has this as a special ability, and he uses this to rescue Silk (to the [[{{Claustrophobia}} claustrophobe's]] horror). Any sorcerer also has this as a potential ability, and Belgarath uses this to finish his duel with [[spoiler:Zedar the Apostate]]: phasing them both into solid rock, going deep underground, then letting him go, stuck there while he returned. He specifically noted this to be a FateWorseThanDeath for the following reasons: (1) The victim was himself a sorcerer (thus gifted with eternal life) so couldn't die of natural causes, (2) No other sorcerer could match the particular signature of Belgarath's sorcery so couldn't match the spell to pull him out, and (3) Belgarath himself did this to make him pay for several millennia of evil so felt no inclination to undo it himself.
3rd Dec '16 7:29:53 PM jormis29
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* Comicbook/IronMan enemy and Thunderbolts member The Ghost is an industrial terrorist who uses his own technology to become intangible, invisible, and fly at will.

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* Comicbook/IronMan enemy and Thunderbolts ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} member The Ghost is an industrial terrorist who uses his own technology to become intangible, invisible, and fly at will.
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