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8th Aug '17 8:15:00 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, the Restoration school of magic, which generally focuses on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin healing spells]], has a few offensive spells specifically designed for to harm undead, which includes [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]]. These spells mostly take the form of balls and auras of light.

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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, the ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
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Restoration school of magic, which generally focuses on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin healing spells]], has a few offensive spells specifically designed for to harm undead, which includes [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]]. These spells mostly take the form of balls and auras of light.
** Magnus is the God of Magic and is heavily associated with light. Magnus served as the architect for Mundus, the mortal plane, but realized that in order to create it, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Aedra]] would have to make great sacrifices and would become forever bound to the world he was designing. Thus, he abandoned the project, and, along with the Magna-Ge, fled to Aetherius (the "Immortal Plane" and realm of magic) which formed the sun and stars in the process. Through them, magic and light flow into Mundus from Aetherius. To the ancient [[OurElvesAreBetter Ayleids]], he was actually called "[[RedBaron The God of Sight, Light, and Insight]]".
7th Aug '17 5:26:37 PM MasterFuzzy
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* {{ComicBook/The Ray}}s from Franchise/TheDCU can absorb, store, and process light, and use the energy to fly and create bursts of light. [[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]].

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* {{ComicBook/The Ray}}s from Franchise/TheDCU can absorb, store, and process light, and use the energy to fly and create bursts of light. [[Legacy Character [[LegacyCharacter They're]] also capable of manipulating external light, allowing them to create illusions and even solid light constructs, and to render themselves [[{{Invisibility}} invisible]].
14th Jul '17 10:01:25 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, the Restoration school of magic, which generally focuses on [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin healing spells]], has a few offensive spells specifically designed for to harm undead, which includes [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]]. These spells mostly take the form of balls and auras of light.
9th Jul '17 6:28:57 AM Carliro
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** In the sequel Ego has more obvious light-based powers, a blue energy he describes as "light" when talking to Peter. However, unlike Groot he is [[spoiler:[[LightIsNotGood evil]].]]
2nd Jul '17 3:59:03 PM Abodos
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* From ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' on, the series often has light arrows as a requirement to defeat the FinalBoss. They are wielded by Zelda in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks''.

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* From ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' on, the series often has light arrows as a requirement to defeat the FinalBoss. They are wielded by Zelda in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks''.''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'', while Link wields them in ''Ocarina of Time'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds'', and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild''.
2nd Jun '17 1:55:27 PM infernape612
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Pacificators}}'', [[NewMeat Daryl]] is a brand-new Pacificator of Light. Users of light are generally considered to be weak, however ("feeblers"). So far, we've seen three different kinds of uses for light: Daryl, with her [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter01n03

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Pacificators}}'', [[NewMeat Daryl]] is a brand-new Pacificator of Light. Users of light are generally considered to be weak, however ("feeblers"). So far, we've seen three different kinds of uses for light: Daryl, with her [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter01n03net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter01n032Coursepr.jpg simple flare trick]], Osiris with [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter03n147coarse.jpg his power of reflection]], and Aphrodite with [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter03n117coarse.jpg her power of cloaking]]. [[spoiler: There is also a fourth kind, which [[ThePowerOfTheSun Daryl recently became the first person to ever discover.]]]]
* Ell from ''Webcomic/WhatsShakin'' is the main healer of the group.
* [[NonIndicativeName Despite its name]], the Light Aspect in ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' is primarily associated with fortune and information, rather than actual light. Instead, that role goes to Hope, which is also heavily associated with [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]]. However, Rose, the Seer of Light, does as a [[spoiler:god tier]] make use of [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=009172 occasional light spells]].
* Mr Spender from ''{{Webcomic/Paranatural}}'' uses this as his main power, not only in battle but also to [[MundaneUtility turn off lights or illustrate a point.]]
* Anpu of ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'' can summon giant bursts of light to use as flashbangs to cover his and Edith's escape.
* ''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.
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* From the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', Neon, Strobe, Spectrum, Photon, Allustria, Fireworks, Peter Pan, Solar, Sunspot, Eclipse (who can also manipulate darkness), Dagger, Tinkerbell, Independence, Blue, Rave, Rainbow, Senhora Luz Solar, North Star, Shining Dawn, Brightstar, Eclat ("Burst" in French), Iris, Ushas, Moonshadow (who, like Eclipse, can also manipulate darkness), Tecza ("Rainbow" in Polish), Prezma ("Prism" in Russian), Ion, and Radian can all generate, control, and manipulate light in various ways.
* In ''VideoGame/TodayIDie'', the protagonist uses light to progress through the story.
* ''{{Website/Neopets}}''' elemental system includes light - light-based weapons, Light faeries, etc.
* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'':
** Beacon can blast sunlight from his hands. He's on a team that hunt creatures of the night.
** Also, Prism, who may be known more for his healing powers, but who can also fire energy blasts and is definitely [[ThePowerOfTheSun solar-powered]]. Well, he ''is'' the avatar of [[Myth/GreekMythology Apollo]]...
* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has a few characters who use weaponized light. Most of the members of New Wave have some form of light based abilities, as does Purity, [[LightIsNotGood a neo-nazi supervillain]].
** There's the very creative use of short-distance time portals the indian villain Phir Sē does: two linked portals, one slightly further in the past than the other. Then he takes advantage of the paradox-free nature of his power to loop the same photons over and over, until he has what he calls a [[IncrediblyLamePun time bomb]] with light brightly streaming between the two portals in preparation for Behemoth's attack. Said attack, charged up for a few hours, was said to be able to level the whole indian subcontinent. He had to cancel a previous attempt because he was getting too tired, and such attack he charged up for THREE DAYS.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', light is more of a concept than an element, largely expressed in the form of [[SoulPower energybending]]. In the latter's Book 2, Raava, the spirit of light, is introduced - though she rarely displays actual photokinesis -, and in the finale [[spoiler:Jinora acquires light powers as well]]. Strangely, the villains, which supposedly stand for [[DarkIsEvil darkness]], can make use of light powers, Unalaq basically infusing water with light energy and Vaatu firing violet beams of light.
* Sunburn from ''WesternAnimation/{{Happily Ever After}}''; as the name implies, she can control [[ThePowerOfTheSun sunlight]]. Interestingly, she fits the [[PlayingWithFire fire archetype]] very closely, being HotBlooded, very easy to piss off and having red skin, unlike the usual "pretty and divine" light-themed characters.
* Almost all {{unicorn}} characters in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' have demonstrated the capacity of generating light with their horns at some point.
** Special points go to [[TheHero Twilight Sparkle]], when she and her friends embody the Elements of Harmony.
** The [[PhysicalGod god-princesses]] Celestia and Luna command the Sun and the Moon respectively, so they most likely have this power as well, potentially considerably magnified. Celestia actually gets to demonstrate it in the Season 2 finale. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, the villain she was trying to blast was boosted up on [[ThePowerOfLove stolen love power]] and won the BeamOWar duel.]]
** In "Boast Busters", Trixie showcases the ability to manipulate an actual rainbow.
** Sunset Shimmer's power set is normally PlayingWithFire, [[spoiler:but her AllYourPowersCombined form in ''Friendship Games'' trades that for lots and lots of golden light effects (which makes a bit of sense, given she was Princess Celestia's student).]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Doctor Light. Actually manages to be more powerful than the Teen Titans themselves during his debut episode, except for [[CastingAShadow Raven]], who traumatizes him to the point that, by merely showing up, she defeats him instantly.
** This becomes a BrickJoke later on.
-->'''Raven''': Remember me?
-->'''Dr. Light''': (''weakly'') I'd like to go to jail now, please...
** And it's even worse for the poor sap in his last appearance in the series, when he decides to commit a crime in broad daylight while ''every Teen Titan in existence is in Jump City,'' having just defeated the Brotherhood of Evil. It's just too bad we never find out how ''that'' turns out.
* Stella from ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' gets her powers from the Sun (mostly) and the Moon, and her attacks consist of casting beams of light. She can also concentrate her energy to make herself glow brightly in dark places. Stella can create streaks of solar energy and is able to create explosions of sunlight that can leave the opponent temporarily blind. She can shape sunlight into barriers and shields, which is extremely useful. She can conjure light in any area, no matter how dark.
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* [[AtomicHate Nuclear weapons]] can be seen like this. Light is just another form of radiation, after all.
* Bioluminescent organisms produce their own light.
* Half the effect of a "Flashbang" stun grenade works like this.
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1st Jun '17 3:22:37 PM oforiousmic
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* 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]].

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* Throughout much of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia's'' Toru Tooru 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 {{invisibility}} does ''not'' extend to her clothes, this means that her power involves flashing people both literally [[InvisibleStreaker and figuratively]].



* In ''Webcomic/{{Pacificators}}'', [[NewMeat Daryl]] is a brand-new Pacificator of Light. Users of light are generally considered to be weak, however ("feeblers"). So far, we've seen three different kinds of uses for light: Daryl, with her [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter01n032Coursepr.jpg simple flare trick]], Osiris with [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter03n147coarse.jpg his power of reflection]], and Aphrodite with [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter03n117coarse.jpg her power of cloaking]]. [[spoiler: There is also a fourth kind, which [[ThePowerOfTheSun Daryl recently became the first person to ever discover.]]]]
* Ell from ''Webcomic/WhatsShakin'' is the main healer of the group.
* [[NonIndicativeName Despite its name]], the Light Aspect in ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' is primarily associated with fortune and information, rather than actual light. Instead, that role goes to Hope, which is also heavily associated with [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]]. However, Rose, the Seer of Light, does as a [[spoiler:god tier]] make use of [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=009172 occasional light spells]].
* Mr Spender from ''{{Webcomic/Paranatural}}'' uses this as his main power, not only in battle but also to [[MundaneUtility turn off lights or illustrate a point.]]
* Anpu of ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'' can summon giant bursts of light to use as flashbangs to cover his and Edith's escape.
* ''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.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* From the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', Neon, Strobe, Spectrum, Photon, Allustria, Fireworks, Peter Pan, Solar, Sunspot, Eclipse (who can also manipulate darkness), Dagger, Tinkerbell, Independence, Blue, Rave, Rainbow, Senhora Luz Solar, North Star, Shining Dawn, Brightstar, Eclat ("Burst" in French), Iris, Ushas, Moonshadow (who, like Eclipse, can also manipulate darkness), Tecza ("Rainbow" in Polish), Prezma ("Prism" in Russian), Ion, and Radian can all generate, control, and manipulate light in various ways.
* In ''VideoGame/TodayIDie'', the protagonist uses light to progress through the story.
* ''{{Website/Neopets}}''' elemental system includes light - light-based weapons, Light faeries, etc.
* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'':
** Beacon can blast sunlight from his hands. He's on a team that hunt creatures of the night.
** Also, Prism, who may be known more for his healing powers, but who can also fire energy blasts and is definitely [[ThePowerOfTheSun solar-powered]]. Well, he ''is'' the avatar of [[Myth/GreekMythology Apollo]]...
* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has a few characters who use weaponized light. Most of the members of New Wave have some form of light based abilities, as does Purity, [[LightIsNotGood a neo-nazi supervillain]].
** There's the very creative use of short-distance time portals the indian villain Phir Sē does: two linked portals, one slightly further in the past than the other. Then he takes advantage of the paradox-free nature of his power to loop the same photons over and over, until he has what he calls a [[IncrediblyLamePun time bomb]] with light brightly streaming between the two portals in preparation for Behemoth's attack. Said attack, charged up for a few hours, was said to be able to level the whole indian subcontinent. He had to cancel a previous attempt because he was getting too tired, and such attack he charged up for THREE DAYS.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', light is more of a concept than an element, largely expressed in the form of [[SoulPower energybending]]. In the latter's Book 2, Raava, the spirit of light, is introduced - though she rarely displays actual photokinesis -, and in the finale [[spoiler:Jinora acquires light powers as well]]. Strangely, the villains, which supposedly stand for [[DarkIsEvil darkness]], can make use of light powers, Unalaq basically infusing water with light energy and Vaatu firing violet beams of light.
* Sunburn from ''WesternAnimation/{{Happily Ever After}}''; as the name implies, she can control [[ThePowerOfTheSun sunlight]]. Interestingly, she fits the [[PlayingWithFire fire archetype]] very closely, being HotBlooded, very easy to piss off and having red skin, unlike the usual "pretty and divine" light-themed characters.
* Almost all {{unicorn}} characters in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' have demonstrated the capacity of generating light with their horns at some point.
** Special points go to [[TheHero Twilight Sparkle]], when she and her friends embody the Elements of Harmony.
** The [[PhysicalGod god-princesses]] Celestia and Luna command the Sun and the Moon respectively, so they most likely have this power as well, potentially considerably magnified. Celestia actually gets to demonstrate it in the Season 2 finale. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, the villain she was trying to blast was boosted up on [[ThePowerOfLove stolen love power]] and won the BeamOWar duel.]]
** In "Boast Busters", Trixie showcases the ability to manipulate an actual rainbow.
** Sunset Shimmer's power set is normally PlayingWithFire, [[spoiler:but her AllYourPowersCombined form in ''Friendship Games'' trades that for lots and lots of golden light effects (which makes a bit of sense, given she was Princess Celestia's student).]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Doctor Light. Actually manages to be more powerful than the Teen Titans themselves during his debut episode, except for [[CastingAShadow Raven]], who traumatizes him to the point that, by merely showing up, she defeats him instantly.
** This becomes a BrickJoke later on.
-->'''Raven''': Remember me?
-->'''Dr. Light''': (''weakly'') I'd like to go to jail now, please...
** And it's even worse for the poor sap in his last appearance in the series, when he decides to commit a crime in broad daylight while ''every Teen Titan in existence is in Jump City,'' having just defeated the Brotherhood of Evil. It's just too bad we never find out how ''that'' turns out.
* Stella from ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' gets her powers from the Sun (mostly) and the Moon, and her attacks consist of casting beams of light. She can also concentrate her energy to make herself glow brightly in dark places. Stella can create streaks of solar energy and is able to create explosions of sunlight that can leave the opponent temporarily blind. She can shape sunlight into barriers and shields, which is extremely useful. She can conjure light in any area, no matter how dark.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Real Life]]
* [[AtomicHate Nuclear weapons]] can be seen like this. Light is just another form of radiation, after all.
* Bioluminescent organisms produce their own light.
* Half the effect of a "Flashbang" stun grenade works like this.
[[/folder]]
----

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Pacificators}}'', [[NewMeat Daryl]] is a brand-new Pacificator of Light. Users of light are generally considered to be weak, however ("feeblers"). So far, we've seen three different kinds of uses for light: Daryl, with her [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter01n032Coursepr.jpg simple flare trick]], Osiris with [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter03n147coarse.jpg his power of reflection]], and Aphrodite with [[http://www.sailorenergy.net/MangaPacificators/PacificatorsVol3Chapter03n117coarse.jpg her power of cloaking]]. [[spoiler: There is also a fourth kind, which [[ThePowerOfTheSun Daryl recently became the first person to ever discover.]]]]
* Ell from ''Webcomic/WhatsShakin'' is the main healer of the group.
* [[NonIndicativeName Despite its name]], the Light Aspect in ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' is primarily associated with fortune and information, rather than actual light. Instead, that role goes to Hope, which is also heavily associated with [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]]. However, Rose, the Seer of Light, does as a [[spoiler:god tier]] make use of [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=009172 occasional light spells]].
* Mr Spender from ''{{Webcomic/Paranatural}}'' uses this as his main power, not only in battle but also to [[MundaneUtility turn off lights or illustrate a point.]]
* Anpu of ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'' can summon giant bursts of light to use as flashbangs to cover his and Edith's escape.
* ''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.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* From the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', Neon, Strobe, Spectrum, Photon, Allustria, Fireworks, Peter Pan, Solar, Sunspot, Eclipse (who can also manipulate darkness), Dagger, Tinkerbell, Independence, Blue, Rave, Rainbow, Senhora Luz Solar, North Star, Shining Dawn, Brightstar, Eclat ("Burst" in French), Iris, Ushas, Moonshadow (who, like Eclipse, can also manipulate darkness), Tecza ("Rainbow" in Polish), Prezma ("Prism" in Russian), Ion, and Radian can all generate, control, and manipulate light in various ways.
* In ''VideoGame/TodayIDie'', the protagonist uses light to progress through the story.
* ''{{Website/Neopets}}''' elemental system includes light - light-based weapons, Light faeries, etc.
* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'':
** Beacon can blast sunlight from his hands. He's on a team that hunt creatures of the night.
** Also, Prism, who may be known more for his healing powers, but who can also fire energy blasts and is definitely [[ThePowerOfTheSun solar-powered]]. Well, he ''is'' the avatar of [[Myth/GreekMythology Apollo]]...
* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has a few characters who use weaponized light. Most of the members of New Wave have some form of light based abilities, as does Purity, [[LightIsNotGood a neo-nazi supervillain]].
** There's the very creative use of short-distance time portals the indian villain Phir Sē does: two linked portals, one slightly further in the past than the other. Then he takes advantage of the paradox-free nature of his power to loop the same photons over and over, until he has what he calls a [[IncrediblyLamePun time bomb]] with light brightly streaming between the two portals in preparation for Behemoth's attack. Said attack, charged up for a few hours, was said to be able to level the whole indian subcontinent. He had to cancel a previous attempt because he was getting too tired, and such attack he charged up for THREE DAYS.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', light is more of a concept than an element, largely expressed in the form of [[SoulPower energybending]]. In the latter's Book 2, Raava, the spirit of light, is introduced - though she rarely displays actual photokinesis -, and in the finale [[spoiler:Jinora acquires light powers as well]]. Strangely, the villains, which supposedly stand for [[DarkIsEvil darkness]], can make use of light powers, Unalaq basically infusing water with light energy and Vaatu firing violet beams of light.
* Sunburn from ''WesternAnimation/{{Happily Ever After}}''; as the name implies, she can control [[ThePowerOfTheSun sunlight]]. Interestingly, she fits the [[PlayingWithFire fire archetype]] very closely, being HotBlooded, very easy to piss off and having red skin, unlike the usual "pretty and divine" light-themed characters.
* Almost all {{unicorn}} characters in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' have demonstrated the capacity of generating light with their horns at some point.
** Special points go to [[TheHero Twilight Sparkle]], when she and her friends embody the Elements of Harmony.
** The [[PhysicalGod god-princesses]] Celestia and Luna command the Sun and the Moon respectively, so they most likely have this power as well, potentially considerably magnified. Celestia actually gets to demonstrate it in the Season 2 finale. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, the villain she was trying to blast was boosted up on [[ThePowerOfLove stolen love power]] and won the BeamOWar duel.]]
** In "Boast Busters", Trixie showcases the ability to manipulate an actual rainbow.
** Sunset Shimmer's power set is normally PlayingWithFire, [[spoiler:but her AllYourPowersCombined form in ''Friendship Games'' trades that for lots and lots of golden light effects (which makes a bit of sense, given she was Princess Celestia's student).]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Doctor Light. Actually manages to be more powerful than the Teen Titans themselves during his debut episode, except for [[CastingAShadow Raven]], who traumatizes him to the point that, by merely showing up, she defeats him instantly.
** This becomes a BrickJoke later on.
-->'''Raven''': Remember me?
-->'''Dr. Light''': (''weakly'') I'd like to go to jail now, please...
** And it's even worse for the poor sap in his last appearance in the series, when he decides to commit a crime in broad daylight while ''every Teen Titan in existence is in Jump City,'' having just defeated the Brotherhood of Evil. It's just too bad we never find out how ''that'' turns out.
* Stella from ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' gets her powers from the Sun (mostly) and the Moon, and her attacks consist of casting beams of light. She can also concentrate her energy to make herself glow brightly in dark places. Stella can create streaks of solar energy and is able to create explosions of sunlight that can leave the opponent temporarily blind. She can shape sunlight into barriers and shields, which is extremely useful. She can conjure light in any area, no matter how dark.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Real Life]]
* [[AtomicHate Nuclear weapons]] can be seen like this. Light is just another form of radiation, after all.
* Bioluminescent organisms produce their own light.
* Half the effect of a "Flashbang" stun grenade works like this.
[[/folder]]
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* Creator/TangentComics' version of Franchise/TheFlash used light as her power.

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25th May '17 8:30:06 AM MiinU
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** Leo, the Stellar Spirit , has this as his main power. Makes sense, since the Zodiac Leo is linked with the Sun.
** Jellal and his Heavenly Magic.

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** %%** Leo, the Stellar Spirit , has this as his main power. Makes sense, since the Zodiac Leo is linked with the Sun.
** %%** Jellal and his Heavenly Magic.



** In ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'', Cure Lemonade controls the power of light.
** Cure Happy from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'' also has light as her element.

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** %%** In ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'', Cure Lemonade controls the power of light.
** %%** Cure Happy from ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'' also has light as her element.


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*''Manga/UchiNoMusumeNiTeODasuNa'': Being the Virgin Goddess [[VirginPower gives Artemis the power to wield sacred arms]] made of light energy; including her bow and lance. But it's implied that she lost her powers after [[spoiler: repeatedly being [[DefiledForever gang raped by Zenovia's minions]]]], as she doesn't summon them for the remainder of the series.
23rd Apr '17 5:00:59 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries'':

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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries'':''VideoGame/TalesSeries'':
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