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5th Jan '18 12:47:39 AM ironcommando
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}!'' had "Stunt Bug", in which an invincible stunt double of Bug (a movie star) replaces him, and rapidly damages all enemies on contact. It lasts for a short while, of course.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}!'' ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}'' had "Stunt Bug", in which an invincible stunt double StuntDouble of Bug (a movie star) replaces him, and rapidly damages all enemies on contact. It lasts for a short while, of course.
6th Dec '17 12:45:34 PM WillyFourEyes
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* Pineapple in ''Trog'' transforms you into a full grown dinosaur who can eat cavemen and demolish obstacles.

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* Pineapple in ''Trog'' In ''Trog'', eating a pineapple transforms you into a full grown full-grown dinosaur who can eat cavemen and demolish obstacles.
13th Nov '17 7:19:06 PM Steven
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* ''VideoGame/CrashBandicoot'' has the Aku Aku mask that server as your hit points. If you collect three in a row without taking damage, you'll gain temporary invincibility that'll let you plow through any enemy and ignore hazards except bottomless pits.
5th Nov '17 11:21:32 AM KingLyger
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* The Shield Pylon from ''VideoGame/DiabloIII''. It's only found in Rifts and Greater Rifts, but using it makes the nephalem totally invulnerable for two minutes. It also reflects all damage they take back at whatever attacked them.
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11th Oct '17 8:03:24 AM CouchAlmark
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' has RPG versions of this in the form of the Hero and Holy War items, which make one character and the party invincible for a limited time repsectively. They, like Rinoa's "Invincible Moon" LimitBreak (which had a party-wide effect,) had the ''slight'' drawback that they truly made you impervious to everything... including buffs like Haste, Double/Triple, Aura, and Wall. Even worse than that, the invincibility effect effectively increased your HP, not literally, but for the purposes of figuring out when you could use your limit break (which only appeared when HP was low). So if you have 1 HP, you should get a limit break about 75% of the time, but if you're invincible, it only shows up maybe 25% of the time.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' has a number of them:
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' gives Aeris two LimitBreak moves that can provide temporary invincibility to the whole party. [[AwesomeButTemporary Without grinding her Limit Breaks out early on, though, a player might only get to use them once or twice.]]
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''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' has RPG versions of this in the form of the Hero and Holy War items, which make one character and the party invincible for a limited time repsectively. They, like 24 seconds respectively. Rinoa's "Invincible Moon" LimitBreak (which had a party-wide effect,) had has the ''slight'' drawback that they truly made you impervious to everything... including buffs like Haste, Double/Triple, Aura, and Wall. Even worse than that, the invincibility same effect effectively increased your HP, not literally, but for the purposes of figuring out when you could use your limit break (which only appeared when HP was low). So if you have 1 HP, you should get as using a limit break about 75% Holy War. Lesser "Trial" versions of the time, items are also available, [[GoodBadBugs which work exactly as well as the originals]].
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2'' allows acquiring exactly ''one'' Hero Drink per run, which grants this status to one party member,
but if you're invincible, it only shows up maybe 25% of must be stolen from the time.FinalBoss. The Alchemist dressphere's Mix ability can create Miracle Drinks, which have the same effect on the entire party, but require an item gotten from bribing a BonusBoss. The UpdatedRerelease adds the Psychic dressphere, which can learn an ability to provide the user with the same effect as a Hero Drink.
23rd Sep '17 9:06:27 PM nombretomado
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* The invulnerability in Namco games ''BattleCity'' and its sequel ''Tank Force'' doesn't provide the complete protection. Even though helmet/shield power-up grants invulnerability to the player, it's still possible to get game over due to [[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs the base still being vulnerable]]. Of course, there's a shovel/fortification powerup to protect the base too.

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* The invulnerability in Namco games ''BattleCity'' ''VideoGame/BattleCity'' and its sequel ''Tank Force'' doesn't provide the complete protection. Even though helmet/shield power-up grants invulnerability to the player, it's still possible to get game over due to [[AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs the base still being vulnerable]]. Of course, there's a shovel/fortification powerup to protect the base too.
3rd Sep '17 6:03:21 AM AnotherGamer
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** God mode has invincibility, plus the ability to fly and shoot glowing orbs from your fingertips.

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** God mode has invincibility, plus the ability to fly and shoot giant glowing orbs from your fingertips.hand that home into enemies and disintegrate them on touch.
18th Jul '17 9:32:00 AM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'' and other Crash Bandicoot racing games has the Aku Aku/Uka Uka masks, which function just like the Mario Kart Super Star. Which mask you get depends on what characters you choose (heroic characters like Crash and Coco get Aku Aku while villains like Cortex and Tiny get Uka Uka).

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* ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'' and other Crash Bandicoot racing games has the Aku Aku/Uka Uka masks, which function just like the Mario Kart Super Star. Which mask you get depends on what characters you choose (heroic characters (good guys like Crash and Coco get Aku Aku while villains bad guys like Cortex and Tiny get Uka Uka).
18th Jul '17 9:29:01 AM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'' and other Crash Bandicoot racing games has the Aku Aku/Uka Uka masks, which function just like the Mario Kart Super Star. Which mask you get depends on what characters you choose (heroic characters like Crash and Coco get Aku Aku while villains like Cortex and Tiny get Uka Uka).
16th Jul '17 6:48:28 AM Medinoc
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' has [[spoiler:Tears of Light in the Dark Realm. Pick these up in your train, and enjoy the ''invincibility, super speed, and TouchOfDeath on the bomb trains that oh-so have been asking for being knocked right off of the tracks''!]]

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' has [[spoiler:Tears of Light in the Dark Realm. Pick these up in your train, and enjoy the ''invincibility, super speed, and TouchOfDeath on the bomb trains that oh-so have been asking for being knocked right off of the tracks''!]]tracks''!]] These are essentially [[spoiler:Power Pellets]].
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