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15th May '16 10:58:16 AM nombretomado
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* Various ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, for various reasons, are, or have been {{retcon}}ned to be, immune to telepathy due to government experiments ({{Wolverine}}), messed up heads with way too much going on in them (Wolverine, Rogue), powers ({{Magneto}} in some continuities), equipment (Magneto again, TheJuggernaut). Others are specifically immune to each others' powers, usually in the case of siblings like the Summers brothers or the Frost sisters.

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* Various ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, ComicBook/XMen, for various reasons, are, or have been {{retcon}}ned to be, immune to telepathy due to government experiments ({{Wolverine}}), (ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}), messed up heads with way too much going on in them (Wolverine, Rogue), powers ({{Magneto}} (ComicBook/{{Magneto}} in some continuities), equipment (Magneto again, TheJuggernaut). Others are specifically immune to each others' powers, usually in the case of siblings like the Summers brothers or the Frost sisters.
27th Mar '16 5:34:45 AM Steven
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* Common infected in ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'' can be killed in a variety of ways, but certain campaigns will have special versions of them that make it harder to dispatch them. Hazmat infected are immune to fire damage, construction infected are wearing earmuffs so they can't hear pipe bombs (pipe bombs have an alarm attached in order to lure zombies), and riot infected are heavily armored except in the back and they're also vulnerable to explosives and fire.
21st Mar '16 12:53:46 AM AnotherDuck
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* Generic example: Many, many, many RPG-style games have enemies for whom magic is completely ineffective, and only physical attacks will work, or the inverse -- physical attacks are a NoSell, but magic attacks take them out fast.
* This is the schtick of the bos Red Giant from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII''. He will respond with gloats and snarks each time your attacks have little to no effect on him. Tip: Gravity is his AchillesHeel.

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* Generic example: Many, many, many RPG-style games have enemies for whom magic is completely ineffective, and only physical attacks will work, or the inverse -- physical attacks are a NoSell, but magic attacks take them out fast.
* This is the schtick of the bos boss Red Giant from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII''. He will respond with gloats and snarks each time your attacks have little to no effect on him. Tip: Gravity is his AchillesHeel.
9th Feb '16 1:24:22 PM DreadKaiser
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* A number of Stands in ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' can't be beaten through conventional means, like Judgement, which is a Stand made of air and thus intangible, and Yellow Temperance, a Stand made of flesh-eating goo that can't be destroyed (and obviously even ''touching'' it is a bad idea.) Both Stands are beaten by [[spoiler: breathing in the Stand to suffocate the [[{{Synchronization}} synchronized Stand User]], and just attacking the Stand User directly, respectively.]]

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* A number of Stands in ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' can't be beaten through conventional means, like Judgement, Justice, which is a Stand made of air and thus intangible, and Yellow Temperance, a Stand made of flesh-eating goo that can't be destroyed (and obviously even ''touching'' it is a bad idea.) Both Stands are beaten by [[spoiler: breathing in the Stand to suffocate the [[{{Synchronization}} synchronized Stand User]], and just attacking the Stand User directly, respectively.]]
29th Jan '16 12:09:21 AM Adept
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* {{Plok}} gives us Shprouts, which become shocked and jump into the air when hit for the first time and need to be hit a second time ''immediately'' afterwards in order to defeat them; taking too long "resets" them, forcing you to start over. It becomes worse when they begin to carry shields in later stages, requiring Plok to hit them in the back by deliberately missing them with a [[FloatingLimbs limb]] he throws at them, [[BoomerangComeback making it hit them on its way back]]; sneaking up behind them won't work well, as they turn around after the first hit.

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* {{Plok}} ''VideoGame/{{Plok}}'' gives us Shprouts, which become shocked and jump into the air when hit for the first time and need to be hit a second time ''immediately'' afterwards in order to defeat them; taking too long "resets" them, forcing you to start over. It becomes worse when they begin to carry shields in later stages, requiring Plok to hit them in the back by deliberately missing them with a [[FloatingLimbs limb]] he throws at them, [[BoomerangComeback making it hit them on its way back]]; sneaking up behind them won't work well, as they turn around after the first hit.
27th Jan '16 4:22:19 PM Adept
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* {{Plok}} gives us Shprouts, which become shocked and jump into the air when hit for the first time and need to be hit a second time ''immediately'' afterwards in order to defeat them; taking too long "resets" them, forcing you to start over. It becomes worse when they begin to carry shields in later stages, requiring Plok to hit them in the back by deliberately missing them with a [[RaymanianLimbs limb]] he throws at them, [[BoomerangComeback making it hit them on its way back]]; sneaking up behind them won't work well, as they turn around after the first hit.

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* {{Plok}} gives us Shprouts, which become shocked and jump into the air when hit for the first time and need to be hit a second time ''immediately'' afterwards in order to defeat them; taking too long "resets" them, forcing you to start over. It becomes worse when they begin to carry shields in later stages, requiring Plok to hit them in the back by deliberately missing them with a [[RaymanianLimbs [[FloatingLimbs limb]] he throws at them, [[BoomerangComeback making it hit them on its way back]]; sneaking up behind them won't work well, as they turn around after the first hit.
18th Jan '16 1:44:35 PM EDP
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** Mr. Heart is an enemy [[Kevlard so fat that only Nanto Seiken can injure him]], hence why Shin sicked him on Kenshiro. Kenshiro countered this by ''moving'' the fat away [[CrazyPrepared with a move created to do just that]], [[DidntSeeThatComing leaving Shin speechless]].

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** Mr. Heart is an enemy [[Kevlard [[{{Kevlard}} so fat that only Nanto Seiken can injure him]], hence why Shin sicked him on Kenshiro. Kenshiro countered this by ''moving'' the fat away [[CrazyPrepared with a move created to do just that]], [[DidntSeeThatComing leaving Shin speechless]].
18th Jan '16 1:35:51 PM EDP
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** Heart is an enemy so fat that Kenshiro couldn't hit his pressure points. Kenshiro countered this by ''moving'' the fat away [[CrazyPrepared with a move created to do just that]].

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** Mr. Heart is an enemy [[Kevlard so fat that Kenshiro couldn't hit his pressure points. only Nanto Seiken can injure him]], hence why Shin sicked him on Kenshiro. Kenshiro countered this by ''moving'' the fat away [[CrazyPrepared with a move created to do just that]].that]], [[DidntSeeThatComing leaving Shin speechless]].
29th Nov '15 3:07:31 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* One of the most deadly things about ComicBook/{{Venom}} as an enemy of ComicBook/SpiderMan is that, as a result of all the time it spent bonded with him (as part of its origin in the series), it doesn't activate Spidey's [[MySignificantSenseIsTingling 'Spider Sense']] when it approaches. Spidey usually relies on this ability when dealing with pretty much anyone else, so, whenever Venom is his enemy, he generally has to try other tactics (most often around exploiting its weakness to sonic vibrations and loud sounds).

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* One of the most deadly things about ComicBook/{{Venom}} as an enemy of ComicBook/SpiderMan is that, as a result of all the time it spent bonded with him (as part of its origin in the series), it doesn't activate Spidey's [[MySignificantSenseIsTingling 'Spider Sense']] SpiderSense when it approaches. Spidey usually relies on this ability when dealing with pretty much anyone else, else, so, whenever Venom is his enemy, he generally has to try other tactics (most often around exploiting its weakness to sonic vibrations and loud sounds).
29th Nov '15 3:05:59 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* One of the most deadly things about ComicBook/{{Venom}} as an enemy of ComicBook/SpiderMan is that, as a result of all the time it spent bonded with him (as part of its origin in the series), it doesn't activate Spidey's [[MySignificantSenseIsTingling 'Spider Sense']] when it approaches. Spidey usually relies on this ability when dealing with pretty much anyone else, so, whenever Venom is his enemy, he generally has to try other tactics (most often around exploiting its weakness to sonic vibrations and loud sounds).
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