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26th Sep '16 11:10:14 AM sgamer82
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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]].
19th Sep '16 1:00:06 PM VutherA
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** Many (or possibly all, depending on how loosely you define this trope) White spells fall into this.

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** Many (or possibly all, depending on how loosely you define this trope) White spells fall into this. The trope picture is the artwork of the [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Handlers/Image.ashx?multiverseid=129808&type=card Wrath of God card]].
18th Aug '16 11:02:07 AM Ninja857142
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* [[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]].

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* [[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]].
12th Jul '16 1:01:02 PM Willbyr
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Contrast with PowerOfTheVoid, CastingAShadow.

Has nothing to do with Music/FallOutBoy.

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Contrast with PowerOfTheVoid, CastingAShadow.

CastingAShadow. Has nothing to do with Music/FallOutBoy.Music/FallOutBoy.









* ''DNAngel'' features Dark's opposite who, in his very first appearance, uses what looks to be light-based magic. While having white wings. And glowing blond hair. Yet he is, by no definition of the word, [[LightIsNotGood good.]]

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* ''DNAngel'' ''Manga/DNAngel'' features Dark's opposite who, in his very first appearance, uses what looks to be light-based magic. While having white wings. And glowing blond hair. Yet he is, by no definition of the word, [[LightIsNotGood good.]]



* Kei in ''{{Pretear}}'' is the knight of light. Also, Himeno, when she Prets with him, becomes, of course, Light Pretear. Her weapon is called Light Chackram.

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* Kei in ''{{Pretear}}'' ''Manga/{{Pretear}}'' is the knight of light. Also, Himeno, when she Prets with him, becomes, of course, Light Pretear. Her weapon is called Light Chackram.
4th Jul '16 11:24:56 AM nombretomado
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* The Light element in ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', including Takanuva, Toa Of Light.

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* The Light element in ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', including Takanuva, Toa Of Light.
4th Jul '16 9:26:28 AM Morgenthaler
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TheHero is likely to use this, and if so, is likely to be [[PersonalityPowers a saint]]. The hero is likely to learn this from the BigGood or the ObiWan, who will be the master of this. Alternately, a work may instead use LightIsNotGood, in which case, this may be used by the villain. In that case, similar to how TheSacredDarkness illustrates a way to portray CastingAShadow in a pure and holy fashion, a villanous or "corrupt" form of light may involve such lovely things as light so bright that it burns out the victim's eyes, causes his flesh to be brutally melted off, etc.

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TheHero is likely to use this, and if so, is likely to be [[PersonalityPowers a saint]]. The hero is likely to learn this from the BigGood or the ObiWan, TheMentor, who will be the master of this. Alternately, a work may instead use LightIsNotGood, in which case, this may be used by the villain. In that case, similar to how TheSacredDarkness illustrates a way to portray CastingAShadow in a pure and holy fashion, a villanous or "corrupt" form of light may involve such lovely things as light so bright that it burns out the victim's eyes, causes his flesh to be brutally melted off, etc.
23rd Jun '16 5:56:54 PM Galacton
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', surprisingly, does ''not'' have a specific "light" typing in its wide-ranging ElementalRockPaperScissors System. However, it does have a few moves that are based around weaponizing light:

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', surprisingly, does ''not'' have a specific "light" typing in its wide-ranging ElementalRockPaperScissors System. However, it does have System, though [[PsychicPowers Psychic-type]] and [[OurFairiesAreDifferent Fairy-type]] seem to be stand-ins for light. Psychic has Pokémon like [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Jirachi]] and Espeon who is opposite the Dark Umbreon and can use sunlight to heal itself in battle; and Fairy has a few light-based attacks and is super effective against Dark types. As of Generation VI the angelic Gardevoir is both Psychic and Fairy type.
** In addition there are
a few moves that are based around weaponizing light:



** The [[PsychicPowers Psychic-type]] would probably be a stand-in for light.
** The [[OurFairiesAreDifferent Fairy-type]] introduced in ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' has a few light-based attacks and is super effective against Dark types.
21st Jun '16 12:47:22 PM Eagal
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* ''Series/{{Powers}}'': Zora has the ability to shape light, mainly by creating a number of purple-ish cubes. This also [[{{flight}} allows her to fly]] somehow.
12th Jun '16 5:35:46 PM nombretomado
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* 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''.
* Although MsMarvel was not able to do it at first, after she was experimented on by the Brood, she became capable of absorbing energy and projecting it, as well. Nowadays, being able to use photon blasts is one of Carol's signature powers. Her SpearCounterpart, the original Captain Marvel, was always capable of doing it.

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* 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 Japanese female scientist) in the DC Comics, the original one was the ultimate form of LightIsNotGood, afterwards turning into a ''rapist''.
* Although MsMarvel ComicBook/MsMarvel was not able to do it at first, after she was experimented on by the Brood, she became capable of absorbing energy and projecting it, as well. Nowadays, being able to use photon blasts is one of Carol's signature powers. Her SpearCounterpart, the original Captain Marvel, was always capable of doing it.
30th May '16 4:45:51 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Zeddicus from ''TheSwordOfTruth'' makes light "webs" (spells) these are epically destructive often manifesting in the form of large explosions.

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* Zeddicus from ''TheSwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/TheSwordOfTruth'' makes light "webs" (spells) these are epically destructive often manifesting in the form of large explosions.
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