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26th Jan '17 8:08:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Terran Medic from ''StarCraft: Brood War'' wears a spacesuit that's apparently more armored than the ones given to ''Marines''. [[ShootTheMedicFirst Given the tactical considerations]], this makes some sense...

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* The Terran Medic from ''StarCraft: ''VideoGame/StarCraft: Brood War'' wears a spacesuit that's apparently more armored than the ones given to ''Marines''. [[ShootTheMedicFirst Given the tactical considerations]], this makes some sense...
8th Jan '17 12:34:29 PM nombretomado
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* Girl One of ''TopTen'' appears to be wearing a color-changing version of this, but it's later revealed [[AuthorAppeal that really is her skin, and she's]] been [[spoiler:bio-engineered]] with an uncontrollable nudity compulsion by the [[spoiler:fanboys that created her.]]

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* Girl One of ''TopTen'' ''ComicBook/TopTen'' appears to be wearing a color-changing version of this, but it's later revealed [[AuthorAppeal that really is her skin, and she's]] been [[spoiler:bio-engineered]] with an uncontrollable nudity compulsion by the [[spoiler:fanboys that created her.]]
29th Dec '16 10:36:51 PM Xtifr
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* Mesh spacesuits are used by the specialist SAS team in ''Literature/TheAtrocityArchive'', the first novel of ''Literature/TheLaundrySeries'' by Creator/CharlesStross. The point is made that the suit compresses you by its own elasticity, which generally ensures that any gas in your body outside of your lungs is squeezed out of the nearest orifice.
** When they see the SAS team that crosses over into AnotherDimension wearing these, the protagonist realises they've made such journeys before.

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* Mesh spacesuits are used by the specialist SAS team in ''Literature/TheAtrocityArchive'', the first novel of ''Literature/TheLaundrySeries'' ''Literature/TheLaundryFiles'' by Creator/CharlesStross. The point is made that the suit compresses you by its own elasticity, which generally ensures that any gas in your body outside of your lungs is squeezed out of the nearest orifice.
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orifice. When they see the SAS team that crosses over into AnotherDimension wearing these, the protagonist realises they've made such journeys before.
29th Dec '16 10:32:53 PM Xtifr
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* Mesh spacesuits are used by the specialist SAS team in ''Literature/TheAtrocityArchives'', the first novel of ''Literature/TheLaundrySeries'' by Creator/CharlesStross. The point is made that the suit compresses you by its own elasticity, which generally ensures that any gas in your body outside of your lungs is squeezed out of the nearest orifice.

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* Mesh spacesuits are used by the specialist SAS team in ''Literature/TheAtrocityArchives'', ''Literature/TheAtrocityArchive'', the first novel of ''Literature/TheLaundrySeries'' by Creator/CharlesStross. The point is made that the suit compresses you by its own elasticity, which generally ensures that any gas in your body outside of your lungs is squeezed out of the nearest orifice.
22nd Dec '16 7:14:32 PM Xtifr
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* In KimStanleyRobinson's ''Literature/RedMarsTrilogy'', the early colonists of Mars use "mesh" suits; this has the advantage of being very lightweight and flexible, but unfortunately does nothing to protect its user from the extreme cold. Thus the colonists often have to wear mundane cold-weather clothing ''over their pressure suits''. They also must wear helmets with an independent air supply.

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* In KimStanleyRobinson's Creator/KimStanleyRobinson's ''Literature/RedMarsTrilogy'', the early colonists of Mars use "mesh" suits; this has the advantage of being very lightweight and flexible, but unfortunately does nothing to protect its user from the extreme cold. Thus the colonists often have to wear mundane cold-weather clothing ''over their pressure suits''. They also must wear helmets with an independent air supply.
2nd Dec '16 1:44:20 AM LondonKdS
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** The humanoid-Cylon flightsuits seen in a few late-season episodes are quite a bit closer to this trope. Of course, they're usually seen on [[MsFanservice Sixes and Eights]].

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** The humanoid-Cylon organic-Cylon flightsuits seen in a few late-season episodes towards the end of the show are quite a bit closer to this trope. Of course, they're usually seen on [[MsFanservice Sixes and Eights]].
29th Nov '16 9:37:39 PM t209
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* [[FemmeFatale Selenis Zea]] from SupermassiveBlackHoleAStar wore tight fitting space suit, which also [[VaporWear show full features of her naked body]].

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* [[FemmeFatale Selenis Zea]] from SupermassiveBlackHoleAStar ''Webcomic/SupermassiveBlackHoleAStar'' wore tight fitting space suit, which also [[VaporWear show full features of her naked body]].
29th Nov '16 9:35:14 PM t209
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* [[FemmeFatale Selenis Zea]] from SupermassiveBlackHoleAStar wore tight fitting space suit, which also [[VaporWear show full features of her naked body]].
12th Oct '16 6:54:13 AM TheGracefullyWicked
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* ''Anime/FafnerInTheAzureDeadAggressor'' has a few twists. The suits that the pilots wear - call synergetic suits - are skin tight and serve to avoid some of the pain that linking with the Fafner entails. They also leave the parts of the body where the Fafner connects exposed, which makes them rather skimpy (and not gender specific). Kazuki has no time to put on a suit upon piloting for the time and, aside from ruining his clothes, the pain he undergoes is substantial. Another twist is that, though revealing, the suits themselves look like stretched out skin and are this not exactly flattering. They get a coolness upgrade for the movie and ''Exodus'' but, once again, not gender specific.


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* ''Anime/FafnerInTheAzureDeadAggressor''. For one there is no actual space travel involved. Two, the suits that the pilots wear - called synergetic suits - ''are'' skin tight but serve to lessem the pain that linking with Fafner entails. This wouldn't work with a bulkier design considering how Fafner works. They also leave the parts of the body where the Fafner connects exposed, which makes them rather skimpy (but ''not'' gender specific). Kazuki has no time to put on a suit upon piloting the first time and the pain he undergoes is substantial. Another twist is that, though revealing, the suits themselves look like stretched out skin and are thus not exactly flattering. They get a coolness upgrade for the movie and ''Exodus'' but, once again, not gender specific. On the other hand, the suits that Mizoguchi and Maya wear as regular fighter pilots are much bulkier.
12th Oct '16 6:45:37 AM TheGracefullyWicked
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* ''Anime/FafnerInTheAzureDeadAggressor'' gives a new twist to this trope. The suits that the pilots wear are remarkably tight and serve to avoid some of the pain that linking with the Fafner units entails. Another twist is the fact that upon linking the suits are ripped in some parts as the connection takes place, a process that is quite painful. Kazuki has no time to put on a suit upon piloting for the first time and the pain he undergoes is substantial.

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* ''Anime/FafnerInTheAzureDeadAggressor'' gives has a new twist to this trope. few twists. The suits that the pilots wear - call synergetic suits - are remarkably skin tight and serve to avoid some of the pain that linking with the Fafner units entails. Another twist is They also leave the fact that upon linking the suits are ripped in some parts as of the connection takes place, a process that is quite painful. body where the Fafner connects exposed, which makes them rather skimpy (and not gender specific). Kazuki has no time to put on a suit upon piloting for the first time and and, aside from ruining his clothes, the pain he undergoes is substantial.substantial. Another twist is that, though revealing, the suits themselves look like stretched out skin and are this not exactly flattering. They get a coolness upgrade for the movie and ''Exodus'' but, once again, not gender specific.
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