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10th Apr '17 3:44:11 PM ConnorMcLay
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* This is one of Franchise/SlyCooper's powers in some his games; the player can use it while standing still, but not while moving.

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* This is one of Franchise/SlyCooper's powers in some his games; the player can use it while standing still, but not while moving.moving (unless upgraded).
10th Apr '17 3:33:57 PM ConnorMcLay
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* In The Wall and the Wing by Laura Ruby, this is what the protagonist Gurl gets instead of the ability to fly.
19th Mar '17 9:47:17 AM nombretomado
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*** Since this is the [[NewWorldOfDarkness World of Darkness]], some people in the Legion legacy[[note]](In the ''Summoners'' manual)[[/note]] gain natural concealment by summoning an Abyssal entity to ''consume and replace their skin''.

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*** Since this is the [[NewWorldOfDarkness ''[[TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness World of Darkness]], Darkness]]'', some people in the Legion legacy[[note]](In the ''Summoners'' manual)[[/note]] gain natural concealment by summoning an Abyssal entity to ''consume and replace their skin''.
6th Mar '17 3:25:39 PM Wyldchyld
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[[InvisibleStreaker Implied nudity]] is another recurring element: Regardless of the invisible character's sex, clothing is seldom affected. Indeed, [[FetishFuel fans of this trope as a storyline]] have coined two different terms for invisible women: FFI (or "fading femmes invisible") for women whose clothes go invisible with them, and TFI (or "true femmes invisible") for women whose bodies vanish but whose clothes do not. A third term, CFI ("Clear Femmes Invisible"), for characters such as Oar from ''Literature/TheLeagueOfPeoplesVerse'', who are visible but translucent, has also come into usage lately.

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[[InvisibleStreaker Implied nudity]] is another recurring element: Regardless of the invisible character's sex, clothing is seldom affected. Indeed, [[FetishFuel fans of this trope as a storyline]] storyline have coined two different terms for invisible women: FFI (or "fading femmes invisible") for women whose clothes go invisible with them, and TFI (or "true femmes invisible") for women whose bodies vanish but whose clothes do not. A third term, CFI ("Clear Femmes Invisible"), for characters such as Oar from ''Literature/TheLeagueOfPeoplesVerse'', who are visible but translucent, has also come into usage lately.



* In Milo Manara's ''Butterscotch'' (''Il Profumo dell'invisibile'', aka ''The Parfum of Invisibility''), there is a sweet-smelling body-paint which makes the wearer invisible. This being Milo Manara, it's played for LOTS of FetishFuel.

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* In Milo Manara's ''Butterscotch'' (''Il Profumo dell'invisibile'', aka ''The Parfum of Invisibility''), there is a sweet-smelling body-paint which makes the wearer invisible. This being Milo Manara, it's played for LOTS there's a lot of FetishFuel.fetish material.
31st Jan '17 7:01:18 AM Lapuspuer
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* ''WesternAniamtion/AvezVousDejaVu'' has a few episodes revolving around the Invisible Man, including one where he works as a mime. He also has a HollywoodChameleon as a pet.
26th Jan '17 8:02:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Dark Templar of ''StarCraft'' severed their ties to their psionic brethren, as well as their ties to the visible world (the light-beniding version).

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* The Dark Templar of ''StarCraft'' ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' severed their ties to their psionic brethren, as well as their ties to the visible world (the light-beniding version).



* In ''VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' you can play as a Nosferatu. At first, you can only "cloak" standing still, but as you gain more levels in the discipline, you can start moving, running and finally attacking while invisible

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* In ''VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' you can play as a Nosferatu. At first, you can only "cloak" standing still, but as you gain more levels in the discipline, you can start moving, running and finally attacking while invisible
7th Jan '17 4:57:00 PM Luppercus
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* The Invisible Boy in ''Film/MysteryMen'' has the power of turn invisible, [[UselessSuperpowers when no one is watching him]].


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** A more serious episode deals with the case of a nurse raped by an invisible attacker (akin to the famous case of ''Film/TheEntity'' as apparently there are many reported cases of women attacked by invisible men). Scully mentions that a common theory to explain this is the victim's subconscious erasing the image of the attacker from her memory. It turns out that [[spoiler:the attacker is one of the elderly men that the nurse have to care using AstralProjection thanks to an especial fungus.]]
7th Jan '17 4:49:11 PM Luppercus
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[[folder:Jokes]]
* Superman uses his XRay vision and sees Wonder Woman lying naked on her bed face up. So he uses his superspeed to have sex with her and then leaves.
-->WonderWoman:Did you felt something?
-->InvisibleMan: I donít know but my ass hurts.

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7th Jan '17 4:43:08 PM Luppercus
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* In the MonsterMash episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' "The Ducky Horror Picture Show":
-->'''Scrooge''': Aren't you suppose to be blindfolded to play ''Pin the tail on the donkey''?
-->'''Dracula''': Not to ''Pin the tail on the Invisible Man''.
7th Jan '17 4:35:40 PM Luppercus
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* Sid the Invisible Kid is one of the monster children who attends WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh. He's permanently invisible and hates being overlooked.

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* Sid the Invisible Kid is one of the monster children who attends WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh.''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh''. He's permanently invisible and hates being overlooked.
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