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14th Jan '17 12:34:35 PM upupandaway42
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** In ''BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'', this is Alfred's role for Comicbook/{{Batman}}, even going so far as remotely controlling the Batplane when needed.
31st Dec '16 12:39:07 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Thorn of Breland'' trilogy of {{Eberron}} novels (written by the setting's creator, Keith Baker) has Steel. A rather unimaginatively-named intelligent dagger that Thorn (the protagonist) carries with her. He's served with 50-odd agents of the Dark Lanterns (Breland's intelligence agency) and has a wealth of knowledge about politics, magic and numerous other fields that would be helpful to his wielder. He can also sense magical auras and make educated guesses at what specific spells the target might have around them. He can also sense when someone is spying on him and Thorn with divination magic and a simple set of touches can allow Thorn to communicate with him without anyone else noticing (Steel's own voice is telepathic and can only be heard by someone physically holding him).

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* The ''Thorn of Breland'' trilogy of {{Eberron}} TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} novels (written by the setting's creator, Keith Baker) has Steel. A rather unimaginatively-named intelligent dagger that Thorn (the protagonist) carries with her. He's served with 50-odd agents of the Dark Lanterns (Breland's intelligence agency) and has a wealth of knowledge about politics, magic and numerous other fields that would be helpful to his wielder. He can also sense magical auras and make educated guesses at what specific spells the target might have around them. He can also sense when someone is spying on him and Thorn with divination magic and a simple set of touches can allow Thorn to communicate with him without anyone else noticing (Steel's own voice is telepathic and can only be heard by someone physically holding him).
28th Dec '16 8:52:50 AM Nazetrime
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* ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'': The secondary character cast consists almost entirely of that group, which are the couple that got the idea of the expedition in the first place, a couple of people they brought in for their experstise and someone who joined later so he could keep tabs on his two relatives among the crew members.

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* ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'': The secondary character cast consists almost entirely of that group, which are the couple that got the idea of the expedition in the first place, a couple of people they brought in for their experstise expertise and someone who joined later so he could keep tabs on his two relatives among the crew members.
19th Dec '16 2:07:19 AM Nazetrime
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* ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'': The secondary character cast consists almost entirely of that group, which are the couple that got the idea of the expedition in the first place, a couple of people they brought in for their experstise and someone who joined later so he could keep tabs on his two relatives among the crew members.
14th Dec '16 1:35:42 PM Aggron9988
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* A magic variant in ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'' used by all the deities, though mostly seen used by Leilusa and Hyperion.The two fill this role for the main group by watching and listening to them through mist like screens, and making their voices heard at the location people are at,or in their champions mind.The former can be heard by everyone present.
6th Dec '16 5:20:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* Luther Stickell from ''Film/MissionImpossible'', although he gets some action (some more about suspense than actual bullets flying) in each of the films. In ''Ghost Protocol'', all four team members either discuss or are depicted on-screen as being in the Mission Control position.

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* Luther Stickell from ''Film/MissionImpossible'', the ''Film/MissionImpossibleFilmSeries'', although he gets some action (some more about suspense than actual bullets flying) in each of the films. In ''Ghost Protocol'', all four team members either discuss or are depicted on-screen as being in the Mission Control position.
4th Dec '16 12:47:19 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' features Mitsuru Kirijo as Mission Control, who passes the baton on to Fuuka Yamagishi when she joins the front lines.

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* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona'':
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''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' features Mitsuru Kirijo as Mission Control, who passes the baton on to Fuuka Yamagishi when she joins the front lines.
4th Dec '16 12:46:22 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Strife}}'' features Blackbird, one of the first VoiceWithAnInternetConnection characters in gaming.
* In DCUniverseOnline, the oft-mentioned [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Oracle]] acts as Mission Control for hero players. If you're a villain, the Calculator serves as your main source of information. However, characters that sometimes fight for themselves such as {{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/LexLuthor, or ComicBook/TheJoker give the player information on specific missions.

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* ''{{Strife}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Strife}}'' features Blackbird, one of the first VoiceWithAnInternetConnection characters in gaming.
* In DCUniverseOnline, ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'', the oft-mentioned [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Oracle]] acts as Mission Control for hero players. If you're a villain, the Calculator serves as your main source of information. However, characters that sometimes fight for themselves such as {{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/LexLuthor, or ComicBook/TheJoker give the player information on specific missions.
4th Dec '16 12:46:05 PM Morgenthaler
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* In DCUniverseOnline, the oft-mentioned [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Oracle]] acts as Mission Control for hero players. If you're a villain, the Calculator serves as your main source of information. However, characters that sometimes fight for themselves such as {{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/LexLuthor, or SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker give the player information on specific missions.

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* In DCUniverseOnline, the oft-mentioned [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Oracle]] acts as Mission Control for hero players. If you're a villain, the Calculator serves as your main source of information. However, characters that sometimes fight for themselves such as {{Superman}}, Franchise/{{Batman}}, ComicBook/LexLuthor, or SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker give the player information on specific missions.
4th Dec '16 12:45:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* Yuuji of Class F from ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts'' often does this. He often doesn't fight directly, since he plans his attacks beforehand and has his classmates do the bulk of the fighting, but he's [[BadAss no slouch]] himself, and when one rival class tries to sneak attack him, he beats them all up himself.

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* Yuuji of Class F from ''LightNovel/BakaAndTestSummonTheBeasts'' often does this. He often doesn't fight directly, since he plans his attacks beforehand and has his classmates do the bulk of the fighting, but he's [[BadAss no slouch]] slouch himself, and when one rival class tries to sneak attack him, he beats them all up himself.
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