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16th Nov '16 9:42:28 PM billybobfred
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---> "The laws of probability dictate that you will fail a Will save before I run out of Suggestion spells."

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---> "The laws of probability dictate that you will [[CriticalFailure fail a Will save save]] before I [[VancianMagic run out of Suggestion spells.spells]]."
1st Nov '16 12:44:50 AM shadowmanwkp
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* "Though effective, [[ObfuscatingStupidity appear to be ineffective]]." [[TheArtOfWar Sun Tzu]]

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* "Though effective, [[ObfuscatingStupidity appear to be ineffective]]." [[TheArtOfWar [[Literature/TheArtOfWar Sun Tzu]]
23rd Oct '16 5:26:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* Happens to Cody Jones in ''[[TMNT2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' (2003) when he is taking on Darius Dun. Turtle-X, Cody's {{mini mecha}}, is taking a beating from Darius' combat armor. However, this is only a feint; after Dun's armor runs out of power, Cody gleefully mentions that his uncle is now defenseless, while Turtle-X still has plenty of offensive juice left.

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* Happens to Cody Jones in ''[[TMNT2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' (2003) ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' when he is taking on Darius Dun. Turtle-X, Cody's {{mini mecha}}, is taking a beating from Darius' combat armor. However, this is only a feint; after Dun's armor runs out of power, Cody gleefully mentions that his uncle is now defenseless, while Turtle-X still has plenty of offensive juice left.
23rd Oct '16 5:25:25 AM Morgenthaler
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-->'''Penelope Windsor''': "I didn�t have to stay hidden for the entire trip... Only for as long as it took for it to be too late to turn back."

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-->'''Penelope Windsor''': "I didn�t didn't have to stay hidden for the entire trip... Only for as long as it took for it to be too late to turn back."
23rd Oct '16 5:24:36 AM Morgenthaler
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-->'''Penelope Windsor''': "I didnít have to stay hidden for the entire trip... Only for as long as it took for it to be too late to turn back."

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14th Oct '16 4:11:25 PM nombretomado
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* In the first game of ''{{Eyeshield 21}}'', Hiruma reminds the team of mostly rookies that they only need to cover their ace running back for 0.5 seconds, which would give him enough time to get a significant amount of yardage.

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* In the first game of ''{{Eyeshield ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', Hiruma reminds the team of mostly rookies that they only need to cover their ace running back for 0.5 seconds, which would give him enough time to get a significant amount of yardage.
23rd Sep '16 9:04:20 AM ThatBitterTase
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** This is especially the case with ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' games. HoldTheLine missions in those games have a preset turn limit; as long as you can hold out for just that many turns, you'll win. These maps usually have chokepoints and other defensive positions, but also ways for the enemy to break through and get around them, so the last couple of turns see you overrun - but of course, if you can hold out those turns, the mission's yours.
5th Aug '16 11:18:10 PM LeGurdah
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Suddenly, the villain is promptly defeated. It may be because a group of reinforcements [[TheCavlary arrived in time to take him down]]. It may be because the hero had to take time to prepare the attack needed to take the villain down. Sometimes it's merely [[VictoryByEndurance wearing the opponent down until they're tired while the hero still has a full tank]]. In any case, the hero reveals that he didn't need his defensive measures to cover him forever; he just needed the given time to set up what was needed to defeat the villain.

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Suddenly, the villain is promptly defeated. It may be because a group of reinforcements [[TheCavlary [[TheCavalry arrived in time to take him down]]. It may be because the hero had to take time to prepare the attack needed to take the villain down. Sometimes it's merely [[VictoryByEndurance wearing the opponent down until they're tired while the hero still has a full tank]]. In any case, the hero reveals that he didn't need his defensive measures to cover him forever; he just needed the given time to set up what was needed to defeat the villain.
18th Jun '16 10:27:07 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Pretty much a staple in any ''Franchise/StarTrek'' film: The Enterprise's shields will be as useless as wet tissue, and yet the crew still finds a way to come out on top (Heat-seeking torpedoes, self destruct mechanisms, turning the enemy's own weapons against them...)
* During the final space battle in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'', the ''Protector'' never fires a single shot at Saris's ship (in fact, the ''Protector'' only ever fires once in the film, at the very beginning). Instead, TheCaptain has the pilot navigate into the nearby mine field, while diverting all available power to the "[[DeflectorShields Plasma Armor]]" in order to survive Saris's MacrossMissileMassacre. By the time he turns his ship around to face Saris, the ''Protector'''s armor is completely gone, which means a single volley would finish it off. However, the ship is [[spoiler:"dragging" magnetic mines straight towards Saris's ship]]. Cue explosions.

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* Pretty much a staple in ''Franchise/StarTrek'': In any ''Franchise/StarTrek'' film: given film, The Enterprise's shields will be as useless as wet tissue, inevitably fail and yet they will last long enough for the crew still finds to find a way to come out on top (Heat-seeking torpedoes, self destruct mechanisms, turning the enemy's own weapons against them...)
top; [[ScottyTime even if they have to make with a much shorter time frame than predicted]].
* ''Film/GalaxyQuest'': During the final space battle in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'', battle, the ''Protector'' never fires a single shot at Saris's ship (in fact, the ''Protector'' only ever fires once in the film, at the very beginning). Instead, TheCaptain has the pilot navigate into the nearby mine field, while diverting all available power to the "[[DeflectorShields Plasma Armor]]" in order to survive Saris's MacrossMissileMassacre. By the time he turns his ship around to face Saris, the ''Protector'''s armor is completely gone, which means a single volley would finish it off. However, the ship is [[spoiler:"dragging" magnetic mines straight towards Saris's ship]]. Cue explosions.
18th Jun '16 10:23:12 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Suddenly, the villain is promptly defeated. It may be because a group of reinforcements [[BigDamnHeroes arrived in time to take him down]]. It may be because the hero had to take time to prepare the attack needed to take the villain down. Sometimes it's merely [[VictoryByEndurance wearing the opponent down until they're tired while the hero still has a full tank]]. In any case, the hero reveals that he didn't need his defensive measures to cover him forever; he just needed the given time to set up what was needed to defeat the villain.

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Suddenly, the villain is promptly defeated. It may be because a group of reinforcements [[BigDamnHeroes [[TheCavlary arrived in time to take him down]]. It may be because the hero had to take time to prepare the attack needed to take the villain down. Sometimes it's merely [[VictoryByEndurance wearing the opponent down until they're tired while the hero still has a full tank]]. In any case, the hero reveals that he didn't need his defensive measures to cover him forever; he just needed the given time to set up what was needed to defeat the villain.
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