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25th May '17 11:58:21 PM Sammettik
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In Mega Man, all enemies have this. An extreme example is Metal Man from Mega Man 2, who dies in 1 hit from his own weapon.

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* In Mega Man, all enemies have this. An extreme example is Metal Man from Mega Man 2, who dies in 1 hit from his own weapon.
25th May '17 7:27:02 PM PhantomRider
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*In ''WebAnimation/DCSuperHeroGirls,'' Red Kryptonite has the same mental effects it does in most adaptations, but with one big difference: ''humans go dark side too.'' [[HatePlague Uh-oh]].
23rd May '17 10:29:49 AM ShurikensMiner
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In Mega Man, all enemies have this. An extreme example is Metal Man from Mega Man 2, who dies in 1 hit from his own weapon.
16th Apr '17 8:17:10 PM MiinU
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** For Athena in particular, the constant shame and degradation she had to endure forced her to retire 20 years prior to the start of the series. But after learning her daughter had taken up her mantel, Athena dons her cape again to protect Clara, from the shadows.

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** For Athena in particular, the constant [[LustObject shame and degradation degradation]] she had to endure forced her to retire 20 years prior to the start of the series. But after learning her daughter had taken up her mantel, Athena dons her cape again to protect Clara, from the shadows.
16th Apr '17 8:14:37 PM MiinU
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** Athena and her daughter, Clara, are a parody of Power Girl and Supergirl respectively and have the same [[FlyingBrick basic set of powers.]] Their weakness...? It's sexual harassment. In their setting, virtually everyone is a pervert from the villains, to the bystanders they put themselves at risk to protect.

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** Athena and her daughter, Clara, are a parody of Power Girl and Supergirl respectively and have the same [[FlyingBrick basic set of powers.]] Their weakness...? It's [[DefeatByModesty sexual harassment. harassment.]] In their setting, virtually everyone is a pervert from the villains, to the bystanders they put themselves at risk to protect.
16th Apr '17 8:12:09 PM MiinU
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*''Manga/UchiNoMusumeNiTeODasuNa'':
**Athena and her daughter, Clara, are a parody of Power Girl and Supergirl respectively and have the same [[FlyingBrick basic set of powers.]] Their weakness...? It's sexual harassment. In their setting, virtually everyone is a pervert from the villains, to the bystanders they put themselves at risk to protect.
**For Athena in particular, the constant shame and degradation she had to endure forced her to retire 20 years prior to the start of the series. But after learning her daughter had taken up her mantel, Athena dons her cape again to protect Clara, from the shadows.
30th Mar '17 2:41:48 PM Julia1984
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** Ectoranium, introduced in ther SeriesFinale, is a green glowing rock that ghosts can't touch without being painfully shocked; they can still phase through it, which is an important plot point. Kind of an obvious {{Expy}} of Kryptonite, but in this case the Ectoranium is as much of a danger to humans as ghosts since it's a large asteroid that got knocked off course towards Earth.

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** Ectoranium, introduced in ther SeriesFinale, is a green glowing rock that ghosts can't touch without being painfully shocked; shocked (in fact, it's the key ingredient in most anti-ghost weapons and defensive technology); they can still phase through it, which is an important plot point. Kind of an obvious {{Expy}} of Kryptonite, but in this case the Ectoranium is as much of a danger to humans as ghosts since it's a large asteroid that got knocked off course towards Earth.


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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', fairy magic has no effect butterfly nets, which, therefore, are one of if not the only object capable of trapping them.
21st Mar '17 2:50:23 PM QuinineGlow
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* In ''Film/{{Highlander}}'' all of the Immortal characters are just that; they are able to shrug off almost any wound, they're immune to all forms of disease, do not age a day in their life and are even capable of surviving without oxygen. The only proven method for defeating them is [[OffWithHisHead decapitation]].
5th Mar '17 8:08:26 PM PhantomRider
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** The same series has Superman fall under the influence of Red Kryptonite. As mentioned above, in the comics it has a different one-off effect every time Superman is opposed to them, while in television it usually affects him mentally. This show has it both ways: Red K has random effects, and ''this'' time its effect is gonna be SuperDickery!

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** The same series has Superman fall under the influence of Red Kryptonite. As mentioned above, in the comics it has a different one-off effect every time Superman is opposed exposed to them, it, while in television it usually affects him mentally. This show has it both ways: Red K has random effects, and ''this'' time its effect is gonna be SuperDickery!
4th Mar '17 2:42:04 PM Joe32
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** That was because it simply didn't work because he was cold-blooded, and had to have his body temperature raised beyond normal; which the military did do, but it was a hassle, and Godzilla was able to recover by going into the ocean. (In all fairness, he passed out right on the shore.) Simply put, the ANB was too much work to pull off and needed an elaborate setup.
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