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16th Apr '17 12:34:40 PM Overfiend
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King Ghidorah, arguably Godzilla's most persistent and powerful arch-enemy, is designated "Monster Zero" in 1965's "Invasion of Astro-Monster" ("Godzilla vs. Monster Zero" in the United States).

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* King Ghidorah, arguably Godzilla's most persistent and powerful arch-enemy, is designated "Monster Zero" in 1965's the 1965 Toho Studios film "Invasion of Astro-Monster" ("Godzilla vs. Monster Zero" in the United States).
16th Apr '17 12:32:25 PM Overfiend
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King Ghidorah, arguably Godzilla's most persistent and powerful arch-enemy, is designated "Monster Zero" in 1965's "Invasion of Astro-Monster" ("Godzilla vs. Monster Zero" in the United States).
16th Apr '17 5:56:02 AM MajinAkuma
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** The BigBad of the final season uses a deck of darkness. His two key cards are "Zero" and "Infinity".
** A more generic example of the trope is that any high level monster with zero Attack Points will undoubtedly be far more destructive than the powerhouse monsters. The BigBad of the third season, Yubel being the most obvious example.

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** The BigBad of the final season season, Darkness, uses a deck of darkness. His two key cards are "Zero" ''Zero'' and "Infinity".''Infinity''.
** A more generic example of the trope is that any high level high-Level monster with zero Attack Points 0 ATK will undoubtedly be far more destructive than the powerhouse monsters. The BigBad of the third season, Yubel being the most obvious example.example, as [[AmbiguousGender they]] and their two evolutions have all 0 ATK and DEF, a hard to destroy and "reflect" damage on the opponent.
16th Apr '17 5:51:01 AM MajinAkuma
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* ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'': Kiryu has a monster called Infernity Zero, which cannot be destroyed in battle and allows him to keep playing even if his Life Points have been reduced to zero.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'' takes this UpToEleven in the final duel between [[spoiler: Yuma and Astral. When Yuma is on the verge of losing, he manages to activate a trap which overlays two of his Xyz Monsters to create Future Number 0: Hope, King of the Future, a Rank zero Xyz Monster with zero attack and defense]]. The amazing part? [[spoiler: Yuma wins using this new monster.]]

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* ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'': Kyosuke Kiryu has a monster called Infernity Zero, which cannot be destroyed in battle and allows him to keep playing even if his Life Points have been reduced to zero.
** Generally, Kiryu's entire Infernity deck is themed after zero. The effects of his monsters only work when he has zero cards in his hand, thus referring his strategy as "Zero Hand Combo".
* ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'' takes this UpToEleven in the final duel between [[spoiler: Yuma and Astral. [[spoiler:Astral ]]. When Yuma is on the verge of losing, he manages to activate a trap Trap which overlays two of his Xyz Monsters [[spoiler:Xyz Monsters]] to create Future [[spoiler:''Future Number 0: Hope, King of the Future, Hope'', a Rank zero 0 Xyz Monster Monster]] with zero attack 0 ATK and defense]]. DEF. The amazing part? [[spoiler: Yuma wins using this new monster.]]
5th Apr '17 2:39:14 AM EbrithilBowser
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* The villainous "Cipher" variant shows up as the name of a criminal syndicate in ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness''.

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* The *From Pokémon:
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villainous "Cipher" variant shows up as the name of a criminal syndicate in ''VideoGame/PokemonColosseum'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness''.''VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness''.
**Also, there is the Gen7 Pokémon Type: Null
15th Mar '17 2:55:33 PM Doug86
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* ''{{TabletopGames/Warhammer 40000}}'' features Cypher, an enigmatic member of the [[FallenAngel Fallen]] (Dark Angels Space Marines who turned to Chaos during the Horus Heresy) whose motives and ultimate allegiance is unclear. Though he ostensibly works for Chaos, including the closest thing the series has to a BigBad in Abaddon the Despoiler, his actions often result in the Imperium growing in strength, suggesting that [[DragonWithAnAgenda he may not be quite what he appears.]]

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* ''{{TabletopGames/Warhammer 40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' features Cypher, an enigmatic member of the [[FallenAngel Fallen]] (Dark Angels Space Marines who turned to Chaos during the Horus Heresy) whose motives and ultimate allegiance is unclear. Though he ostensibly works for Chaos, including the closest thing the series has to a BigBad in Abaddon the Despoiler, his actions often result in the Imperium growing in strength, suggesting that [[DragonWithAnAgenda he may not be quite what he appears.]]
2nd Mar '17 1:18:34 AM SutairuMasuta
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* The Japanese tend to do this in titles of prequels, especially for video games: ''VideoGame/{{Ace Combat Zero|TheBelkanWar}}'', ''Franchise/StreetFighter Zero'', ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0''. ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'' averts this, however, as it is not a prequel but a remake of [[VideoGame/{{Metroid1}} the first game]].

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* The Japanese tend to do this in titles of prequels, especially for video games: ''VideoGame/{{Ace Combat Zero|TheBelkanWar}}'', ''Franchise/StreetFighter Zero'', ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0''.''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', ''VideoGame/Yakuza0''. ''VideoGame/MetroidZeroMission'' averts this, however, as it is not a prequel but a remake of [[VideoGame/{{Metroid1}} the first game]].
30th Dec '16 5:38:04 AM starofjusticev21
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* Mr. Zero, the mysterious employer of Spenser, Tracy, and Kong: ''The Ghost Busters'' ([[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Not the famous ones]]).

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* Mr. Zero, the mysterious employer of Spenser, Tracy, and Kong: ''The ''[[WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters The Ghost Busters'' Busters]]'' ([[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Not the famous ones]]).
25th Dec '16 11:57:20 AM RoseBride
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* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'': The BigBad Leo Akaba's given name can be translated as "Zero King". His son's given name, Reiji, can be translated as "Zero Child".

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* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'': The BigBad Leo Akaba's given name can be translated as "Zero King". His It doubles as FamilyThemeNaming as his son's given name, Reiji, can be translated as "Zero Child".Child".
** It get's further than with TheReveal and [[spoiler: it turns out the eponimus BigGood of the series is named Ray which in japanese is written just like "Zero" in fact the plan to bring her back to life is called Revival Zero]]
22nd Nov '16 8:17:57 AM RezaMaulana98
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** UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} allows for the assignment of both #0 and #00.

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** UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} allows for the assignment of both #0 and #00. Currently, it is only used in the lower series; with Garrett Smithley using the #0 in the Xfinity Series, while Cole Custer uses the #00 in the Truck Series.



*** The #00 was used by Buckshot Jones in the late 90's and early 2000's, as a play on his nickname. He eventually left it with Michael Waltrip Racing, the last team he drove for in the Cup Series, who themselves continued to use it to only minor success (a pair of wins with David Reutimann) until 2011. Since 2012, this car has borne the number 55, and as of 2014 is driven by Brian Vickers.

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*** The #00 was used by Buckshot Jones in the late 90's and early 2000's, as a play on his nickname. He eventually left it with Michael Waltrip Racing, the last team he drove for in the Cup Series, who themselves continued to use it to only minor success (a pair of wins with David Reutimann) until 2011. Since From 2012, this car has borne the number 55, and as of from 2014 until the team's folding in 2015 is mainly driven by Brian Vickers.Vickers and David Ragan.
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