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4th Dec '16 11:56:04 AM nombretomado
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ''The Hour of the Dragon'', ConanTheBarbarian is shown to Xaltotun with a magic mirror.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ''The Hour of the Dragon'', ConanTheBarbarian ''Literature/TheHourOfTheDragon'', Literature/ConanTheBarbarian is shown to Xaltotun with a magic mirror.
7th Nov '16 2:31:05 AM Getta
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': Charlotte Brulee, one of "Big Mom" Charlotte Linlin's daughters, ate the Devil Fruit called Mira-Mira no Mi that lets her create mirrors out of thin air. With her powers she can reflect people's attacks towards them, morph herself into a mirror image of a foe, morph anyone (animals included) into mirror images of people, and create a Mirror World where she can trap people within and move around and teleport to any place that has a mirror.



* ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' uses magic mirrors both as {{Save Point}}s and teleportation nodes.
** As well as blunt instruments used to [[ImprobableWeaponUser violently beat demons to death]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' uses magic mirrors both as {{Save Point}}s and teleportation nodes.
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nodes. As well as blunt instruments used to [[ImprobableWeaponUser violently beat demons to death]].death]]. Considering one of the mythical Amaterasu's treasures is a mirror, this Ammy basically homages the myth.


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* ''Videogame/AzureStrikerGunvolt:'' Zonda's [[PsychicChildren Septimal power]] is named "Mirror", which lets them create a male and female form of themself, trap people in mirrors, create mirror images of themself and their allies, and illusionary powers (such as turning Gunvolt's perspective upside-down).
* ''Franchise/Kirby''
** Some games make Mirror an ability that Kirby can use. With it he can throw up swarms of mirrors, reflect attacks, and create mirror copies of himself.
** There's also the [[KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror Dimension Mirror]] that is a portal to the Mirror World. In such a world exists mirror versions of Kirby and Meta Knight. [[spoiler:In ''KirbyTripleDeluxe'', Queen Sectonia's turn into a vain, evil queen is attributed to looking at Dimension Mirror a lot. Also, the evil entity of Mirror World, Dark Mind, makes use of mirrors in his attacks.]]
27th Oct '16 12:37:42 PM nighttrainfm
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** In the tie-in novel ''Asunder'', elven rebel Briala gains control of a small PortalNetwork of Eluvians. In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', Morrigan shows up with a working one and briefly takes the Inquisitor to "the Crossroads", where ''all'' Eluvians can be seen. Tellingly, if Merrill's goals were supported and she was on the Friendship path, her Eluvian has a counterpart seen there.
** In "Trespasser", the final DLC for ''Inquisition'', the Qunari attempt to use the Eluvians as part of a plot to take over Thedas. [[spoiler: Solas eventually wrests control over the entire network, which isn't ideal considering his plans for Thedas.]]

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** In the tie-in novel ''Asunder'', elven rebel Briala gains control of a small PortalNetwork of Eluvians. In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', Morrigan shows up with a working one and briefly takes the Inquisitor to "the Crossroads", where ''all'' Eluvians can be seen. Tellingly, if Merrill's goals were supported and she was on the Friendship path, her Eluvian has a counterpart seen there.
** In "Trespasser", the final DLC for ''Inquisition'', the Qunari attempt to use the Eluvians as part of a plot to take over Thedas. [[spoiler: Solas eventually wrests control over the entire network, which isn't ideal considering his plans for Thedas.plans.]]
27th Oct '16 12:36:54 PM nighttrainfm
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* In the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' franchise, these are called Eluvians - relics of elven culture before TheEmpire enslaved them. Their powers include seeing over great distances and acting as a portal between the physical world and the Fade - or somewhere beyond even that. An Eluvian cursed by the Darkspawn Taint features in the Dalish origin story, and the Grey Warden Duncan shatters it to keep it from claiming more victims. In the ''Witch Hunt'' DLC, Morrigan activates one and [[spoiler: uses it to disappear on a mysterious mission]]. In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Merrill's goal is to fix the one from the Dalish origin even if it means using BloodMagic. [[spoiler: Circumstances ensure we never learn if it could have worked.]]
** [[spoiler: Although chances are she merely needed to find/create a Key for it, as if her goals were supported and she was on the Friendship path, her Eluvian has a counterpart seen in the Crossroads during ''Inquisition'', when Morrigan brings the Inquisitor there. As a result, she was vindicated.]]

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* In the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' franchise, these are called ''Franchise/DragonAge'':
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Eluvians - relics of elven culture before TheEmpire enslaved them. Their powers include seeing over great distances and acting as a portal between the physical world and the Fade - or somewhere beyond even that. An Eluvian cursed by the Darkspawn Taint features in the Dalish origin story, and the Grey Warden Duncan shatters it to keep it from claiming more victims. In the ''Witch Hunt'' DLC, Morrigan activates one and [[spoiler: uses it to disappear on a mysterious mission]]. mission.]]
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In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Merrill's goal is to fix the one from the Dalish origin even if it means using BloodMagic. [[spoiler: Circumstances ensure we never learn if it could have worked.]]
** [[spoiler: Although chances are she merely needed In the tie-in novel ''Asunder'', elven rebel Briala gains control of a small PortalNetwork of Eluvians. In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', Morrigan shows up with a working one and briefly takes the Inquisitor to find/create a Key for it, as "the Crossroads", where ''all'' Eluvians can be seen. Tellingly, if her Merrill's goals were supported and she was on the Friendship path, her Eluvian has a counterpart seen in there.
** In "Trespasser",
the Crossroads during final DLC for ''Inquisition'', when Morrigan brings the Inquisitor there. As Qunari attempt to use the Eluvians as part of a result, she was vindicated.plot to take over Thedas. [[spoiler: Solas eventually wrests control over the entire network, which isn't ideal considering his plans for Thedas.]]
24th Aug '16 8:35:04 AM VicGeorge2011
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** In "Beauty Is Only Smurf Deep", Periwinkle the pixie uses her magic mirror to ask "who's the fairest in the world", and it reveals Vanity Smurf. Later on in the episode, Periwinkle's father King Goldenrod uses it to track down his daughter, and it reveals that she is about to give Vanity a dangerous "mud bath".
23rd Jul '16 2:11:32 AM Arivne
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* [[RodSerling Rod Serling's]] ''Series/NightGallery'', episode "The Painted Mirror".

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* [[RodSerling Rod Serling's]] ''Series/NightGallery'', episode "The Painted Mirror". A mirror acts as a temporal doorway, allowing anyone who passes through it to return to the time of the dinosaurs.
10th Jul '16 5:33:52 PM nombretomado
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* The Mirror of Llunet is the [[MacGuffin object of Taran's quest]] in ''[[PrydainChronicles Taran Wanderer]]'', by Lloyd Alexander. Taran wishes to know of his parentage and so seeks this mirror (actually a flat, still, shallow pool) which will show the truth.

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* The Mirror of Llunet is the [[MacGuffin object of Taran's quest]] in ''[[PrydainChronicles ''[[Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain Taran Wanderer]]'', by Lloyd Alexander. Taran wishes to know of his parentage and so seeks this mirror (actually a flat, still, shallow pool) which will show the truth.
5th Jul '16 10:11:31 AM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/ShimmerAndShine'': In "My Secret Genies", it's revealed that Shimmer and Shine used one to find out who they'll grant wishes to.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ShimmerAndShine'': ''WesternAnimation/ShimmerAndShine'':
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In "My Secret Genies", it's revealed that Shimmer and Shine used one to find out who they'll grant wishes to.to.
** In "A Tree-mendous Rescue", Shimmer and Shine use one to talk to Princess Samira.
28th Jun '16 6:05:27 PM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/ShimmerAndShine'': In "My Secret Genies", it's revealed that Shimmer and Shine used one to find out who they'll grant wishes to.
14th Jun '16 7:06:57 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]].

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[Characters/SCPFoundation [=Characters/SCPFoundation=]]].''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
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