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17th Jun '18 7:33:59 PM azbyc15243
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* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDxD'' has the various supernatural races make use of a lot of technology that's powered by magic. Devils have cars, trains, aircraft and televisions (to name a few examples).
10th Jun '18 11:59:00 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Smurfette's Inner Beauty", Hogatha the witch uses a magic mirror social network called [[Website/{{Facebook}} Magebook]] in order to find a date.

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* In the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Smurfette's Inner Beauty", Hogatha the witch uses a magic mirror social network called [[Website/{{Facebook}} Magebook]] in order to find a date. The Smurfs themselves use magic mirrors for computers and {{Video Phone}}s.
30th May '18 9:21:32 AM DanteVin
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* The technological setting in ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'' can be summarized as a medieval world with (magically) powered flying machines. Powerful creatures called "Primal Beasts" exist, and some of them can be used to power-up airship cannons, and can act as an energy source. Then there's Colossus, a Primal Beast made up of animated armor and can RoboSpeak. The Dawning Sky Arc has The Great Wall, a floating superweapon powered using organic beings as its "fuel".
25th May '18 12:25:44 AM jormis29
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* ''Broken Gears'' as "A game of animistic steampunk", runs on this. It's [[AfterTheEnd Post-Apocalyptic]] GaslampFantasy where firearms must be oiled to feed salamanders (see [[Quotes/{{Magitek}} quotes]]) and are tested with thermal ink, and a Devil-[[DemonicPossession possessed]] Analytical Machine [[CloseEnoughTimeline designed by Charles Babbage and Alan Turing]] "helped" to finish UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and immediately started WorldWarIII.

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* ''Broken Gears'' ''TabletopGame/BrokenGears'' as "A game of animistic steampunk", runs on this. It's [[AfterTheEnd Post-Apocalyptic]] GaslampFantasy where firearms must be oiled to feed salamanders (see [[Quotes/{{Magitek}} quotes]]) and are tested with thermal ink, and a Devil-[[DemonicPossession possessed]] Analytical Machine [[CloseEnoughTimeline designed by Charles Babbage and Alan Turing]] "helped" to finish UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and immediately started WorldWarIII.
22nd May '18 1:40:43 PM MetalKing1417
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* In ''VideoGame/StarCraft'', the Terran [[InvisibilityCloak Cloaking Device]] runs off the users PsychicPowers. Similarly, ''all'' Protoss tech is psi-powered, but much more efficiently so since the 'toss passively harness Psi, rather than actively like the Terrans, who run the risk of [[PsychicNosebleed hurting themselves if they do it too much.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/StarCraft'', the Terran [[InvisibilityCloak Ghost (and later Specter)[[InvisibilityCloak Cloaking Device]] runs off the users PsychicPowers. Similarly, ''all'' Protoss tech is psi-powered, but much more efficiently so since the 'toss passively harness Psi, rather than actively like the Terrans, who run the risk of [[PsychicNosebleed hurting themselves if they do it too much.]]
10th May '18 1:25:55 PM LavonPapillon1
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* ''Fanfic/MrAndMrsGold'': The [[Theatre/{{Wicked}} Time Clock Dragon]] is a magical cuckoo-clock within Rumpelstiltskin’s collection that comes to life when the clock strikes midnight, briefly coming to life and doing a dancing puppet-show that [[TomesOfProphecyAndFate predicts future events]]. While Rumpel finds it an annoyance, Belle enjoys the stories it tells.
--> '''Wooden Puppet:''' Ladyfleas and gentlefarts, may I present to you tonight's tale… [[Recap/OnceUponATimeS1E3SnowFalls Charming Snow]]!
7th May '18 1:40:01 PM eroock
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12th Apr '18 4:09:26 PM DrakeClawfang
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The UrExample is Creator/RobertAHeinlein's 1940 novella ''Literature/MagicInc'' The story is an alternate reality where the 1940 USA is just like it really is, except that magic is real. For example, your taxi is likely to be a flying carpet, but otherwise the same (cabbie, meter, so on). The TropeNamer is ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', where the [[TheEmpire Gestahlian Empire]] had suits of PowerArmor, dozens of HumongousMecha, and fleets of [[ThoseMagnificentFlyingMachines Magnificent Flying Machines]], all powered by [[PoweredByAForsakenChild draining the life essence]] of enslaved magical creatures. [[{{Woolseyism}} Courtesy of Ted Woolsey's translations]], this fantastic science and the inventions using it became known under the blanket term "Magitek."

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The UrExample is Creator/RobertAHeinlein's 1940 novella ''Literature/MagicInc'' The story is an alternate reality where the 1940 USA is just like it really is, except that magic is real. For example, your taxi is likely to be a flying carpet, but otherwise the same (cabbie, meter, so on). The TropeNamer is ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', where the [[TheEmpire Gestahlian Empire]] had suits of PowerArmor, dozens of HumongousMecha, and fleets of [[ThoseMagnificentFlyingMachines Magnificent Flying Machines]], all powered by [[MiniMecha flying Mini Mecha]], armed with various lasers and missiles [[PoweredByAForsakenChild draining powered by the life essence]] of enslaved magical creatures. [[{{Woolseyism}} Courtesy of Ted Woolsey's translations]], this fantastic science and the inventions using it became known under the blanket term "Magitek."
11th Apr '18 1:38:28 PM Galle
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* Present to a small degree in ''VideoGame/FallenLondon'', to a slightly greater degree in ''VideoGame/SunlessSea'', and absolutely ubiquitous in ''VideoGame/SunlessSkies''. All three games involve the combination of supernatural materials and forces with Victorian-era technology, to create such things as a device that uses a LanguageOfMagic to accelerate a steam-powered spacecraft to [[FasterThanLight faster-than-light speeds]].
1st Apr '18 12:21:27 AM josh6243
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* The ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsGaiden MasouKishin]]'' (Cybuster, etc...) sub-storyline of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' features magic-powered HumongousMecha. The main mech of the group, Cybuster, is actually blessed and powered by a God of wind. See also the Choukijin, which are TheFourGods [-[[RecycledINSPACE AS HUMONGOUS MECHA]]-]. They are partially sentient, and in Alpha 3 and OG, [=KoOuKi=] and [=RyuuOuKi=] actually absorb a SuperRobot in order to repair themselves.

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* The ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsGaiden MasouKishin]]'' (Cybuster, etc...) sub-storyline of ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' features magic-powered HumongousMecha. The main mech of the group, Cybuster, is actually blessed and powered by a God of wind. See also the Choukijin, which are TheFourGods [-[[RecycledINSPACE AS HUMONGOUS MECHA]]-]. They are partially sentient, and in Alpha 3 and OG, [=KoOuKi=] and [=RyuuOuKi=] actually absorb a SuperRobot in order to repair themselves. The [[Characters/SuperRobotWarsX Order of Mages]] in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX'' bolster their military strength with [[AMechaByAnyOtherName Autowarlocks]] that magnify their pilot's magic, and giant animated Golems.
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