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2nd May '17 9:49:13 PM superkeijikun
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* In ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', Alucard refers to Father Alexander Anderson as "Judas Priest": a ShoutOut to [[Music/JudasPriest the band of the same name]] and a reference to Anderson's organization, Iscariot: named after Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus Christ.
9th Apr '17 5:56:23 AM Bisected8
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* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' has the achievement "[=Cr0wned=]", earned by killing a Witch with a headshot. Another term for the head is the crown; "0wned" is typical LeetLingo for scoring against an opponent; and if you pronounce "cr0wn" as if you were using that second meaning, it sounds like "crone", as in an old person or a ''witch''.

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* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' has the achievement "[=Cr0wned=]", earned by killing a Witch with a headshot. Another term The top of the skull is called the "crown" (and getting "crowned" is old slang for the a head is the crown; injury); "0wned" is typical LeetLingo for scoring against an opponent; and if you pronounce "cr0wn" as if you were using that second meaning, it sounds like "crone", as in an old person or a ''witch''.
8th Apr '17 6:18:56 PM Sabrewing
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* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' has the achievement "Cr0wned", earned by killing a Witch with a headshot. Another term for the head if the crown; "0wned" is typical LeetLingo for scoring against an opponent; and if you pronounce "cr0wn" as if you were using that second meaning, it sounds like "crone", as in an old person or a ''witch''.

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* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' has the achievement "Cr0wned", "[=Cr0wned=]", earned by killing a Witch with a headshot. Another term for the head if is the crown; "0wned" is typical LeetLingo for scoring against an opponent; and if you pronounce "cr0wn" as if you were using that second meaning, it sounds like "crone", as in an old person or a ''witch''.
8th Apr '17 6:17:59 PM Sabrewing
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* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'' has the achievement "Cr0wned", earned by killing a Witch with a headshot. Another term for the head if the crown; "0wned" is typical LeetLingo for scoring against an opponent; and if you pronounce "cr0wn" as if you were using that second meaning, it sounds like "crone", as in an old person or a ''witch''.
18th Mar '17 5:09:23 PM Doug86
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* One {{Deathworld}} in the TabletopGame/Warhammer40K universe is called Phyrr. On one hand, it is an obvious pun on ''fear''. On the other, the {{Trope Namer|s}} for Deathworlds is Creator/HarryHarrison's Deathworld trilogy, where the planet in question is called... Pyrr.

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* One {{Deathworld}} in the TabletopGame/Warhammer40K ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' universe is called Phyrr. On one hand, it is an obvious pun on ''fear''. On the other, the {{Trope Namer|s}} for Deathworlds is Creator/HarryHarrison's Deathworld trilogy, where the planet in question is called... Pyrr.
23rd Feb '17 7:36:51 AM JoeBerridgeBeale
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* A staple of the [[{{Superhero}} superhero]] [[{{WebSerialNovel}} web serial novel]] ''[[{{GamerGirl2016}} Gamer Girl]]''. Kazé/Fangirl is a superhero ''fangirl'' who uses an ''electric fan gun'', the Canine is a literal ''canine'' covered in ''canine teeth'', and Body Woman is a US-style body woman with the superpower to manipulate people's ''bodies''. Ba dum tsss!

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* A staple of the [[{{Superhero}} superhero]] [[{{WebSerialNovel}} web serial novel]] ''[[{{GamerGirl2016}} ''[[{{Literature/GamerGirl2016}} Gamer Girl]]''. Kazé/Fangirl is a superhero ''fangirl'' who uses an ''electric fan gun'', the Canine is a literal ''canine'' covered in ''canine teeth'', and Body Woman is a US-style body woman with the superpower to manipulate people's ''bodies''. Ba dum tsss!
13th Feb '17 7:31:05 AM JoeBerridgeBeale
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* A staple of the [[{{Superhero}} superhero]] [[{{WebSerialNovel}} web serial novel]] ''[[{{GamerGirl2016}} Gamer Girl]]''. Kazé/Fangirl is a superhero ''fangirl'' who uses an ''electric fan gun'', the Canine is a literal ''canine'' covered in ''canine teeth'', and Body Woman is a US-style body woman with the superpower to manipulate people's ''bodies''. Ba dum tsss!
5th Feb '17 8:44:46 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': The Rash. One of the symptoms of the disease's full blown version is getting skin irritations. One of the other definitions of "rash" is to qualify something done without much thought, leading to a common use as "something done too fast". Since the disease victims have a small chance of becoming PlagueZombie monsters that seem to act entirely on instinct at the beginning of the story and the disease itself spreads very fast, both of the other definitions apply as well.
28th Nov '16 7:23:32 PM bwburke94
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** Vanitas: It means "emptiness" (and can even be defined by the appropriate kanji), and sounds similar to vanity and Ventus, his rival. To make it even better, the kanji for "emptiness" can also be used for [[spoiler: "sky"]], hinting at their shared connection to [[spoiler: Sora]].

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** Vanitas: It means "emptiness" (and can even be defined by the appropriate kanji), and sounds similar to vanity and Ventus, his rival. To make it even better, the kanji for "emptiness" can also be used for "sky", hinting at [[spoiler: "sky"]], hinting at their shared connection to [[spoiler: Sora]].
18th Oct '16 4:39:42 PM igordebraga
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* A line in the Music/TheBeatles' "Back in the USSR" goes "That Georgia's always on my my my my my my my my my mind." It's a ShoutOut to "Georgia on My Mind", a reference to the then-Soviet republic of Georgia, and an allusion to [[SensualSlavs Georgia as a woman's name]].
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