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8th Jul '16 9:15:25 AM Mitis
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** Anacis (Admiral), a VillainOfTheWeak, used a WATER deck.

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** Anacis (Admiral), a VillainOfTheWeak, VillainOfTheWeek, used a WATER deck.
4th Jul '16 11:34:55 AM nombretomado
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* The Water Element in ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}''. One example of use is Gali, a Toa of Water, who has literally killed the [[{{Mordor}} realm of Karzahni]] with a massive flood attack after evacuating all the traumatized Matoran.

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* The Water Element in ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}''.''Toys/{{Bionicle}}''. One example of use is Gali, a Toa of Water, who has literally killed the [[{{Mordor}} realm of Karzahni]] with a massive flood attack after evacuating all the traumatized Matoran.
2nd Jul '16 6:51:39 AM anza_sb
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[[caption-width-right:285:[[KingdomHearts Dance, water, dance!]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:285:[[KingdomHearts [[caption-width-right:285:[[Franchise/KingdomHearts Dance, water, dance!]]]]
26th Jun '16 10:20:20 AM SJMistery
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** One of the available starters for any generation of ''Pokémon'' games is always a Water-type. They are generally ''very'' useful in the early game - in three of the first four generations, the first Gym Leader is a Rock-type specialist - but not so much against the Elite Four/Champion.

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** One of the available starters for any generation of ''Pokémon'' games is always a Water-type. They are generally ''very'' useful veryuseful in the early game - in three of in-game due to their [[MightyGlacier resilient and powerfull nature]] (excluding Greninja, who instead focuses on abusing his speed and offensive power), the first four generations, good coverage of Water attacks, and the first Gym Leader expansive movepool they usually have to abuse their huge offensive stats. There is a Rock-type specialist - but not so much against reason picking the Elite Four/Champion.water starter is commonly considered the easy mode.
25th Jun '16 10:42:01 PM VTSylph
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* ''Webcomic/{{Panthera}}'': [[AltumVidetur Onca Aquae]], Jaguar of Water.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Panthera}}'': [[AltumVidetur Onca Aquae]], Jaguar of In ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'', Jordan's element is Water.



* Seaweed's power set in ''Webcomic/{{Gloomverse}}''.



* In ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'', Jordan's element is Water.

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* In ''Webcomic/AgentsOfTheRealm'', Jordan's element is ''Webcomic/{{Panthera}}'': [[AltumVidetur Onca Aquae]], Jaguar of Water.



* Seaweed's power set in ''Webcomic/{{Gloomverse}}''.

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* Seaweed's power set in ''Webcomic/{{Gloomverse}}''.In ''Webcomics/{{Suihira}}'', Wahida seems to have developed water multiplying powers after her talk with Akia.
17th Jun '16 11:50:58 PM Mitis
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** Kajiki uses a WATER deck, [[NewRulesAsThePlotDemands and he actually uses the water fields to cover his monsters inside them just because he can]].
** Oshita doesn't use a pure WATER deck, but he uses a lot of WATER monsters and has support cards for them.
** Otaki uses a Penguin deck, all of them being WATER monsters. His Deck Master Nightmare Penguin buffs all WATER monsters he controls.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'': Misawa's second deck uses Water Dragon as one of his ace monsters, a monster made by two Hydrogeddon's and one Oxygeddon.

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** Kajiki (Mako) uses a WATER deck, [[NewRulesAsThePlotDemands and he actually uses the water fields to cover his monsters inside them just because he can]].
** Oshita doesn't use a pure (Gansley) uses Reptile monsters more than WATER deck, monsters, but he uses a lot of WATER monsters and has support cards for them.
them enough that it's notable.
** Otaki (Crump) uses a Penguin deck, all of them being WATER monsters. His Deck Master Nightmare Penguin buffs all WATER monsters he controls.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'': ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'':
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Misawa's second deck uses Water Dragon as one of his ace monsters, a monster made by two Hydrogeddon's and one Oxygeddon.Oxygeddon.
** Anacis (Admiral), a VillainOfTheWeak, used a WATER deck.
** Princess Rose uses the Frog archetype, composed purely of WATER monsters.
** Amon Garam (Adrian Gecko) used the Cloudian archetype in his first deck, most of which are WATER monsters.
4th Jun '16 4:33:22 AM rafi
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* ''OnePiece'':

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* ''OnePiece'':''Manga/OnePiece'':



* From ''Manga/SaintSeiya'', the Sea Mariners Baian. The Rising Billows, his strongest attack, was a powerful rising tidal wave capable of sending the enemy from the depths of the seas all the way to its surface.
** Naturally Poseidon, as God of the Sea, controls all of the oceans in the world to its will and rain, causing widespread flooding.
%%* ''Manga/{{Sekirei}}'' has the {{Tsundere}} Tsukiumi (No. 09) as her powers.



* ''{{Manga/Sekirei}}'' has the {{Tsundere}} Tsukiumi (No. 09) as her powers.
9th May '16 8:50:44 AM DrakeClawfang
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In most cases, this power [[ElementalRockPaperScissors beats]] PlayingWithFire. A SubTrope of sorts is AnIcePerson; both can be very dangerous indeed, if the two are combined. See KillItWithWater for cases where this is SuperEffective; SoftWater may still be in effect -- you just drown 'em. Often, WaterIsBlue.

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In most cases, this power [[ElementalRockPaperScissors beats]] PlayingWithFire. A SubTrope of sorts is AnIcePerson; both can be very dangerous indeed, [[IceMagicIsWater if the two are combined.combined]]. See KillItWithWater for cases where this is SuperEffective; SoftWater may still be in effect -- you just drown 'em. Often, WaterIsBlue.
2nd May '16 12:43:10 PM GlassRain
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** It should be noted that he can make his sword even stronger simply by absorbing more water. Hell, before one early battle, he absorbs all the water from an entire olympic-sized swimming pool, for crying out loud.

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** It should be noted that he can make his sword even stronger simply by absorbing more water. Hell, before one early battle, he absorbs all the water from an entire olympic-sized Olympic-sized swimming pool, for crying out loud.



* ''Literature/TheQuestOfTheUnaligned'' features the shamais, who in addition to literal power over water also possess the power to influence minds "like water wearing down a rock" and are noted for being extremely hidebound and traditionalistic, much like water follows the channels it has worn for itself.

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* ''Literature/TheQuestOfTheUnaligned'' features the shamais, who in addition to literal power over water also possess the power to influence minds "like water wearing down a rock" and are noted for being extremely hidebound and traditionalistic, traditionalist, much like water follows the channels it has worn for itself.



* Seaweed's power set in ''Webcomic/{{Gloomverse}}''.



* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'', water elementalists are healing-oriented, but their token non-healing spells fit the trope. The one among the protagonists has been shown using the classic water jet and having some control on bodies of water in the comic. The CoconutSuperpowers-laden webseries that demotes the former to light particules had her mention the possibility of generating an ice shield.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'', water elementalists are healing-oriented, but their token non-healing spells fit the trope. The one among the protagonists has been shown using the classic water jet and having some control on bodies of water in the comic. The CoconutSuperpowers-laden webseries web series that demotes the former to light particules had her mention the possibility of generating an ice shield.



* Aquamaria of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', who takes on the living water beng form. She actually does well against Static (he's prone to shorts) until he realizes, hey, electrolysis!

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* Aquamaria of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'', who takes on the living water beng being form. She actually does well against Static (he's prone to shorts) until he realizes, hey, electrolysis!



*** In America, where "most houses" probably refers to "all wooden houses"[[note]]And just about the only place where inches and miles are still used, which is a bit of a give-away[[/note]]. In Europe, 15cm of water moving at 6.5km/h[[note]]Same situation, converted[[/note]] is mostly going to knock down (wooden) sheds. Houses in Europe, especially the older ones, tend to be either brick or stone, with most or all of the internal walls being as strong as the external ones. The worst case scenario is likely one face of the house being knocked down, with the rest of the house still standing(which happened ''sometimes'' when a dam broke under the pressure of several meters of water). The described situation will have water hit any exposed surface like a hammer, but bringing down masonry takes more than one such hit. On top of that, in the Netherlands at least, gardens(with hedges, shrubs and maybe a small tree) are generally preferred to lawns, which absorbs a surprising amount of energy from an incoming wave(see mangroves for a large-scale version of this effect). The most likely result of a city being hit by such a flood would be streets becoming rivers and basements becoming pools. Lots of damage, but not to the structure of most houses.

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*** In America, where "most houses" probably refers to "all wooden houses"[[note]]And just about the only place where inches and miles are still used, which is a bit of a give-away[[/note]]. In Europe, 15cm 15 cm of water moving at 6.5km/h[[note]]Same situation, converted[[/note]] is mostly going to knock down (wooden) sheds. Houses in Europe, especially the older ones, tend to be either brick or stone, with most or all of the internal walls being as strong as the external ones. The worst case scenario is likely one face of the house being knocked down, with the rest of the house still standing(which happened ''sometimes'' when a dam broke under the pressure of several meters of water). The described situation will have water hit any exposed surface like a hammer, but bringing down masonry takes more than one such hit. On top of that, in the Netherlands at least, gardens(with hedges, shrubs and maybe a small tree) are generally preferred to lawns, which absorbs a surprising amount of energy from an incoming wave(see mangroves for a large-scale version of this effect). The most likely result of a city being hit by such a flood would be streets becoming rivers and basements becoming pools. Lots of damage, but not to the structure of most houses.
24th Apr '16 5:01:01 AM MajinAkuma
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** Kajiki uses a WATER deck, [[NewRuleWhenThePlotDemands and he actually uses the water fields to cover his monsters inside them just because he can]].

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** Kajiki uses a WATER deck, [[NewRuleWhenThePlotDemands [[NewRulesAsThePlotDemands and he actually uses the water fields to cover his monsters inside them just because he can]].
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