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22nd Mar '17 3:18:40 PM rafi
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* Ripple from ''Manga/JojoBizzareAdventure'' works like this. A fighting style in which a person uses breathing techniques to envelop thier bodies in sunlight energy, thus increasing the power of thier punches. It's also very useful against vampires.

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* Ripple from ''Manga/JojoBizzareAdventure'' ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' works like this. A fighting style in which a person uses breathing techniques to envelop thier bodies in sunlight energy, thus increasing the power of thier punches. It's also very useful against vampires.
22nd Mar '17 3:18:05 PM rafi
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* Leo, the Stellar Spirit of ''Manga/FairyTail'', has this as his main power. Makes sense, since the Zodiac Leo is linked with the Sun.

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* Angemon and Angewomon of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''. Angemon's "Hand of Fate" is his hand glowing with divine light which he proceeds to punch at the enemy. Angewomon has "Heaven's Charm" which works very much the same way.
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Leo, the Stellar Spirit of ''Manga/FairyTail'', , has this as his main power. Makes sense, since the Zodiac Leo is linked with the Sun.



* In the 2003 anime version ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', Hohenheim was able to transmute light, creating HardLight things.

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* ** In the 2003 anime version ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', Hohenheim was able to transmute light, creating HardLight things.things.
* Ripple from ''Manga/JojoBizzareAdventure'' works like this. A fighting style in which a person uses breathing techniques to envelop thier bodies in sunlight energy, thus increasing the power of thier punches. It's also very useful against vampires.



* Throughout much of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia's'' Toru Hagakure's Quirk seemed to simply be her body being invisible. The Provisional Hero Licensing Exam confirms that her invisibility also enables her to refract the light within her body, creating light bright enough to blind opponents. Given that Hagakure's invisibility does ''not'' extend to her clothes, this means that her power involves flashing people both literally [[InvisibleStreaker and figuratively]].



* The MorphWeapon of ''Manga/RaveMaster's'' hero Haru Glory has a light-aligned form called Million Suns.



* The MorphWeapon of ''Manga/RaveMaster's'' hero Haru Glory has a light-aligned form called Million Suns.
* In ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', Minako Aino/Sailor Venus primarily uses light-based attacks. Her first attack that she uses is Crescent Beam, which is a beam of light.



* In ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', Minako Aino/Sailor Venus primarily uses light-based attacks. Her first attack that she uses is Crescent Beam, which is a beam of light.

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* In ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', Minako Aino/Sailor Venus primarily uses light-based attacks. ''Words Worth'': [[LadyOfBlackMagic Maria]] is the adopted princess of the Tribe of Light and [[StoryBreakerPower an extremely powerful, high level Paladin.]] Meaning, this trope is her specialty. Her first attack that she uses most powerful spell, by far, is Crescent Beam, her signature [[CallingYourAttacks "Mystral]] [[TeleportGun Window"]], which is a beam the light magic equivalent of light.[[WaveMotionGun a wave motion cannon!]]



* Angemon and Angewomon of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''. Angemon's "Hand of Fate" is his hand glowing with divine light which he proceeds to punch at the enemy. Angewomon has "Heaven's Charm" which works very much the same way.
* ''Words Worth'': [[LadyOfBlackMagic Maria]] is the adopted princess of the Tribe of Light and [[StoryBreakerPower an extremely powerful, high level Paladin.]] Meaning, this trope is her specialty. Her most powerful spell, by far, is her signature [[CallingYourAttacks "Mystral]] [[TeleportGun Window"]], which is the light magic equivalent of [[WaveMotionGun a wave motion cannon!]]
* Throughout much of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia's'' Toru Hagakure's Quirk seemed to simply be her body being invisible. The Provisional Hero Licensing Exam confirms that her invisibility also enables her to refract the light within her body, creating light bright enough to blind opponents. Given that Hagakure's invisibility does ''not'' extend to her clothes, this means that her power involves flashing people both literally [[InvisibleStreaker and figuratively]].
* Ripple from ''Manga/Jojo'sBizzareAdventure'' works like this. A fighting style in which a person uses breathing techniques to envelop thier bodies in sunlight energy, thus increasing the power of thier punches. It's also very useful against vampires.
18th Mar '17 5:58:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Neopets}}''' elemental system includes light - light-based weapons, Light faeries, etc.

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* ''{{Neopets}}''' ''{{Website/Neopets}}''' elemental system includes light - light-based weapons, Light faeries, etc.
16th Mar '17 9:41:19 AM nombretomado
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** Red also has a few spells that involve using light beams, such as the iconic [[http://magiccards.info/cmd/en/116.html Cleansing Beam]]. Like most Red spells, they are extremely agressive in nature, their purpose being to burn the enemies. White, [[LightIsNotGood of course]], still has similar spells, but they usually [[ThePowerOfTheVoid erase the victim completely]] instead of simply burning it alive.

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** Red also has a few spells that involve using light beams, such as the iconic [[http://magiccards.info/cmd/en/116.html Cleansing Beam]]. Like most Red spells, they are extremely agressive aggressive in nature, their purpose being to burn the enemies. White, [[LightIsNotGood of course]], still has similar spells, but they usually [[ThePowerOfTheVoid erase the victim completely]] instead of simply burning it alive.



* ''MutantsAndMasterminds'', being comic books incarnate, has Light Control as a power, and it has plenty of sub-powers available.

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* ''MutantsAndMasterminds'', ''TabletopGame/MutantsAndMasterminds'', being comic books incarnate, has Light Control as a power, and it has plenty of sub-powers available.
28th Feb '17 5:44:53 PM CerotechOmega
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** While ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' makes use of the aforementioned Hama line of "Expel" spells, it also provides a damaging option in the Kouha line.
15th Feb '17 11:32:49 AM Aggron9988
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* ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'': Hyperion, a God of Light, and one of the main characters, can use light magic, although due to magical restrictions of some kind, he is usually stuck as a sort of magical MissionControl to the others, unable to help them with his light magic directly.
6th Feb '17 11:50:24 PM LuminousWarrior
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* Ripple from ''Manga/Jojo'sBizzareAdventure'' works like this. A fighting style in which a person uses breathing techniques to envelop thier bodies in sunlight energy, thus increasing the power of thier punches. It's also very useful against vampires.
22nd Jan '17 11:11:06 PM Ninja857142
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* Aurora, the titular ''VideoGame/ChildOfLight'' has Light-elemental magic in the form of Starlight and Light Ray. The former has less cast time and mana cost while the latter is stronger with a chance to [[OneHitKill instantly kill]]. Both spells are effective against Dark-aligned foes.

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* Aurora, the titular ''VideoGame/ChildOfLight'' has Light-elemental magic in the form of Starlight and Light Ray. The former has less cast time and mana cost while the latter is stronger with a chance to [[OneHitKill instantly kill]]. Both spells are effective against Dark-aligned foes. Any party member can also use citrine oculi to infuse melee attacks with Light damage.
19th Jan '17 10:29:47 AM narm00
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* TangentComics' version of TheFlash used light as her power.
* The Ray from the Creator/DCComics universe can, according to TheOtherWiki, absorb, store, and process light and use the energy to fly and create bursts of light. The Terrills were also capable of manipulating external light, allowing them to create illusions and even solid light constructs, and to render themselves [[{{Invisibility}} invisible]].
* Dr. Light from the Creator/DCComics can manipulate light, originally thanks to a suit he stole, but afterwards, said ability became natural to his body. Mind you, while there is a good Dr.Light (a Japanese female scientist) in the DC Comics, the original one was the ultimate form of LightIsNotGood, afterwards turning into a ''rapist''.

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* TangentComics' Creator/TangentComics' version of TheFlash Franchise/TheFlash used light as her power.
* The Ray {{ComicBook/The Ray}}s from the Creator/DCComics universe can, according to TheOtherWiki, Franchise/TheDCU can absorb, store, and process light light, and use the energy to fly and create bursts of light. The Terrills were [[Legacy Character They're]] also capable of manipulating external light, allowing them to create illusions and even solid light constructs, and to render themselves [[{{Invisibility}} invisible]].
* Dr. Light from the Creator/DCComics Franchise/TheDCU can manipulate light, originally thanks to a suit he stole, but afterwards, said ability became natural to his body. Mind you, while there is a good Dr. Light (a Japanese female scientist) in the DC Comics, comics, the original one was the ultimate form of LightIsNotGood, afterwards turning into a ''rapist''.



* The whole GreenLantern franchise is more or less based on this, with various factions being able to manipulate light of different colours of the emotional spectrum.

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* The whole GreenLantern Franchise/GreenLantern franchise is more or less based on this, with various factions being able to manipulate light of different colours of the emotional spectrum.



* Snowflame from ''ComicBook/TheNewGuardians'', who can generate light and white flames... from ''coccaine overdose''.

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* Snowflame from ''ComicBook/TheNewGuardians'', who can generate light and white flames... from ''coccaine ''cocaine overdose''.






* The {{Exalted}}, in particular those of the Celestial variety, all begin to glow when they start throwing their powers around. While they do have plenty of benign powers, they were created to fight the creators of the universe...
** The Solar Exalted, unsurprisingly, have a fair bit of light imagery - they [[PowerGlows glow like the sun]] when they exert themselves and have plenty of other light-based tricks. Their Hellish mirrors, the Green Sun princes, have access to a few effects based on the [[SicklyGreenGlow Green Sun of Hell]].

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* The {{Exalted}}, TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}, in particular those of the Celestial variety, all begin to glow when they start throwing their powers around. While they do have plenty of benign powers, they were created to fight the creators of the universe...
** The Solar Exalted, unsurprisingly, have a fair bit of light imagery - they [[PowerGlows glow like the sun]] when they exert themselves and have plenty of other light-based tricks. Their Hellish mirrors, the Green Sun princes, Princes, have access to a few effects based on the [[SicklyGreenGlow Green Sun of Hell]].
10th Jan '17 3:01:46 PM MiddleEighth
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* Thanks to a light spell he learned early on, Paul in ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'' can make part or all of his body glow via his hair, teeth, and nails. This proves to be extremely useful and is the power he uses the most after his invulnerability. Once, in a rage, he generated some kind of laser blast from his fingernails. When at high strength, he can pump extra power into the light, to the point where he literally explodes.

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* Thanks to a light spell he learned early on, Paul in ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'' and ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World'' can make part or all of his body glow via his hair, teeth, and nails. This proves to be extremely useful and is the power he uses the most after his invulnerability. Once, in a rage, he generated some kind of laser blast from his fingernails. When [[DeadlyUpgrade at high strength, strength]], he can pump extra power into the light, to the point where he literally explodes.explodes. (In ''Keys'' he discovered that he could also do this at "low" strength and generate a lot of heat, though he didn't explode.)
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