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4th Mar '18 6:06:28 PM Vir
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* Toys/HeroFactory: XT4 and Speeda Demon.

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* Toys/HeroFactory: XT4 [=XT4=] and Speeda Demon.
1st Mar '18 6:12:08 PM AjWargo
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** On the subject of Superman, there was an obscure villain from the Golden Age named Grax who's gimmick, aside from being as smart as ComicBook/Brainiac, was that he had four arms.

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** On the subject of Superman, there was he once took on an obscure villain from in the Golden Age named Grax who's gimmick, aside from being as smart as ComicBook/Brainiac, Brainiac, was that he had four arms.
1st Mar '18 6:10:02 PM AjWargo
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** On the subject of Superman, there was an obscure villain from the Golden Age named Grax who's gimmick, aside from being as smart as ComicBook/Brainiac, was that he had four arms.
21st Feb '18 3:47:58 PM margdean56
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* Bill Willingham's ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'' features a [[AmazonianBeauty four-armed Amazonian woman]], though she only really becomes armed and dangerous after her skin, flesh and [[BoobsOfSteel fabulous pair of chesty bulbs]] were [[StrippedToTheBone disintegrated]], turning her into a four-armed skeleton wielding a sword and shield with her lower pair of arms, and a huge frail with her upper pair.

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* Bill Willingham's ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'' features a [[AmazonianBeauty four-armed Amazonian woman]], though she only really becomes armed and dangerous after her skin, flesh and [[BoobsOfSteel fabulous pair of chesty bulbs]] were are [[StrippedToTheBone disintegrated]], turning her into a four-armed skeleton wielding a sword and shield with her lower pair of arms, and a huge frail flail with her upper pair.
19th Feb '18 6:11:30 AM CCIB
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' [[TheSmartGuy Pearl]] and [[BigFun Amethyst]] can do a FusionDance to become a giant, four-armed being called [[ArcherArchetype Opal]]. Amethyst and [[TeamMom Garnet]] form the even ''bigger'', four-armed and [[ExtraEyes five-eyed]] [[BloodKnight Sugilite]]. All three Gems can combine to form Alexandrite, who is just about as big as Sugilite, if not bigger, and has ''six'' arms. Garnet and Pearl can fuse to form the four-armed Sardonyx. [[MakingASplash Lapis Lazuli]] and [[TheBrute Jasper]] fused to form Malachite, who has six arms but no legs, using the lower four arms as legs. Steven and Amethyst can fuse to form Smoky Quartz, who has three arms; the left arm splits into two lower arms.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse,'' [[TheSmartGuy Pearl]] and [[BigFun Amethyst]] can do having extra sets of body parts (usually arms or eyes) is a FusionDance to become a giant, four-armed being called [[ArcherArchetype Opal]]. Amethyst and [[TeamMom Garnet]] form common trait of fusions. Of the even ''bigger'', four-armed and [[ExtraEyes five-eyed]] [[BloodKnight Sugilite]]. All three Gems can combine to form Alexandrite, who is just about as big as Sugilite, if not bigger, and has ''six'' Crystal Gem's fusions, five out of seven have multiple arms. Garnet and Pearl can fuse to form the four-armed Sardonyx. [[MakingASplash Lapis Lazuli]] and [[TheBrute Jasper]] fused to form Then there's Malachite, who has six arms but no legs, using the lower four arms as legs. Steven and Amethyst can fuse to form Smoky Quartz, who has three arms; the left arm splits into a two-Gem fusion with THREE sets of arms, two lower arms. of which function as legs.
19th Jan '18 11:26:52 PM DrPsyche
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** ''Manga/MobileSuitGundamThunderbolt'': A major part of the series's design aesthetics are the "sub-arms" which are crane like additions to the Mobile Suit back-pack. Their use show the major differences in design choices between the Federation and Zeon: Federation suits use their sub-arms for defense (having them hold the shields while the MS's main arms use the weapons) while the Zeon suits use them for offense (often the sub-arms weild guns or are used for quick reloads or weapon switching).
17th Jan '18 9:35:31 AM Adeon
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** It was also useful with more primitive weapons since they could use their lower arms to hold up a shield while wielding a pike with their upper limbs. Similarly when equipped with simple breech-loading rifles they were able to reload with two arms while holding the rifle in the others.
7th Jan '18 3:47:46 PM 8BrickMario
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* Four arms are a recurring element with ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' villains. There's Samukai, the Skullkin general in the first season, Stone Army General Kozu in the third season, Nadakhan and the Giant Stone Warrior in the sixth season, and Mr. E in the eighth season. Long-running antagonist Lord Garmadon gains an extra set of arms for a time in the third season, and this is referenced in ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie'', where these are a feature he's had since he became Lord Garmadon.

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* Four arms are a recurring element with ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' villains. There's Samukai, the Skullkin general in the first season, Stone Army General Kozu in the third season, Nadakhan and the Giant Stone Warrior in the sixth season, and Mr. E in the eighth season. Long-running antagonist Lord Garmadon gains an extra set of arms for a time in the third season, and this is referenced in ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie'', where these are a feature he's had since he became Lord Garmadon. This tendency is because each line the villain was featured in had a MacGuffin corresponding to each of the four main ninja, and so having a four-armed villain poses the threat of them wielding all of them at once.
3rd Jan '18 5:48:10 PM 8BrickMario
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* Toys/HeroFactory: XT4 and Speeda Demon

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* Toys/HeroFactory: XT4 and Speeda DemonDemon.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}: Masters of Spinjitzu''. Former BigBad Lord Garmadon and the Samukai both have (or had) four arms.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}: Masters of Spinjitzu''. Former BigBad Four arms are a recurring element with ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'' villains. There's Samukai, the Skullkin general in the first season, Stone Army General Kozu in the third season, Nadakhan and the Giant Stone Warrior in the sixth season, and Mr. E in the eighth season. Long-running antagonist Lord Garmadon gains an extra set of arms for a time in the third season, and the Samukai both have (or had) four arms.this is referenced in ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie'', where these are a feature he's had since he became Lord Garmadon.
14th Nov '17 12:19:33 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* Justice from ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead 4'' is a gigantic zombie with four muscular arms, and serves as the first boss of the game.
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